About Us

Our Mission

It’s mission is to lead in education and research marching with the times and policy development that benefits patients and healthcare practice, medicines discovery & development. We focus on four ke areas- Drug Discovery, Formulation Sciences, Neuroscience and develop new areas of significance such as Nanomedicine.

Our Vision

  • Upgrading the infrastructure and facilities required for new courses and programs
  • Executing all Training programs
  • Industry Institute Partnership Program
  • Motivate the faculty to update and upgrade the knowledge to the current trends in Pharma field

Quality Policy

S.Chaavan’s Pharmacy College is committed towards providing value based pharmaceutical education to meet industry expectations, hoptial and Community needs through continuous improvement of infrastructure and facilities for learning, practice and research.

S.Chaavan's College of Pharmacy was established in the year 2006 and introduced B.Pharmacy, M.Pharmacy and Pharma-D courses with the approvals of AICTE, PCI New Delhi and affiliated to JNTUA, Anantapur. The College is located at Jangalakandriga(v), SPSR Nellore which is just 12 kms away from Nellore Nellore-Krishnapatnam Port road. The College has got it’s own building of approx 50,000 sft with all infrastructural facilities to cater the needs of the students.

The Goal of our College is to mould the students as outstanding professionals in the field of Pharmacy as the industry has occupied its biggest share in the world’d market in terms of revenue and employment.

To achieve this we exercise advanced teaching techniques, learning aids and top-notch facilities. A Career in Pharmacy offers many progressive advantages such as abundant job opportunities a with attractive salary, performing Research work for the progress of nation and satisfaction of serving the people.

Quality Objectives

  • Enhance student satisfaction
  • Upgrade faculty capabilities in teaching and Research
  • Ensure top academic results
  • Promote Personality Development among students.