Students seeking their admission in various postgraduate level pharmacy programmes of National Institute of Pharmaceuticals Education and Research (NIPER) have to appear in Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). The institute conducts this all-India level entrance test for the admission in its constituent institutes. The competitive entrance test is conducted at various states across the country.
NIPER JEE is a very important entrance test for those who want to pursue postgraduate programmes in pharmacy - M.S (Pharm), M. Pharm, M. Tech (Pharm) and MBA (Pharm), offered by the institute. Therefore, the candidates should have done good preparation before appearing for National Institute of Pharmaceuticals Education and Research Joint Entrance Examination (NIPER JEE).
The institute has not prescribed any particular syllabus for the preparation of this all-India level test. But questions in the competitive entrance test are generally asked from the curriculum of B. Pharma and M. Sc. (Relevant Field). The students can learn Biological Sciences, Organic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Biochemistry / Biotechnology / Molecular Biology/ Microbiology, Pharmacology/ Toxicology/ Life, Sciences / Biochemistry / Medical Biotechnology.