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Nirmala College of Health Science (NCHS) is approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) New Delhi, Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Science (KUHS) Thrissur, Directorate of Medical Education (DME) Thriruvananthapuram and recognized by Govt. of Kerala, established with the vision to provide pharmaceutical education to create proficient pharmacists, who will add newer dimensions to the pharmaceutical revolution. The institution is endowed with excellent infrastructure, very experienced principal, dedicated and highly resourceful faculty to train students to meet the growing needs of the society and industry.

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Years of excellence

Our aim is to become a premier institution of excellence in pursuit of newer horizons to build self-reliant global pharmacist through innovative teaching, service, research and practice and to lead the way towards effective global health care by merging true entrepreneurial spirit with care and compassion.


Our mission is to contribute trained Pharmaceutical manpower globally through structured programmes with professional education and effective competency to undertake the task of meeting professional and social needs in Pharmaceutical industry, education and research.

B.Sc.,LLB, M.Pharm, Ph.D
Nirmala College Of Health Science
Principal’s Message

Pharmacy or Pharmaceutical Sciences has evolved as a sought after profession throughout the world.  The purpose of  Pharmacy Education  is to mould a new generation of efficient and effective professionals of pharmacy who can  lead and take the profession of pharmacy to higher  levels  in the future.  Educationally  qualified, professionally trained, mentally motivated pharmacy professionals with  capacity for innovations and  capability to solve the  arising problems and issues  in the society are  essential  for the  development and growth of the  profession of pharmacy.  There is always a direct relationship between education and practice. India is not having a long tradition of  Pharmacy, pharmacy education or  practice of pharmacy as in the case of European  or Western countries.  The first  modern pharmaceutical manufacturing unit in India was started only in 1901   and the Pharmacy education at University level was started only in 1932. Even at the time of independence India was producing drugs worth only 10 crores of rupees   and there were only 5 Pharmacy degree colleges in the country.  By 2017 India became the third largest  producer of medicines in the world and  became the Pharmacy of the world by 2019. By 2020 the number of Pharmacy colleges in India  increased to about   2700 with 820 in UP,551 in Maharashtra and  56 in Kerala.

The concept of Pharmacy education is getting changed  very much  in modern days and one has to expect many changes in the post COVID 19 period throughout the world.  Nirmala College of Health Sciences at Meloor, Chalakkudy, Thrissur, Kerala  has already established its capacity and capability in providing quality education in Pharmacy  within four years of its starting  through producing rank holders  and quality professionals.  It is having  a student friendly  education campus, necessary infrastructure  and quality teaching and non-teaching faculty who can  inspire, motivate and educate the students utilising the  state of arts facilities and methods. 

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Nirmala College Policy
Documentation Retention Policy

In the event of a student withdrawing before the starting of the Course, the entire fee collected from the student, after a deduction of the processing fee shall be refunded by the Institution. It would not be permissible for Institutions to retain the School/ Institution Leaving Certificates in original.

Admission Policy

  • Total number of intake: 120seats
  • Date of issue of application forms: 25-05-2020

Reservation Policy

Reservation policy of the Government of Kerala and the Government of India shall be followed in admissions to the Pharmacy programme.