Aditya Bangalore Institute of Pharmacy Education and Research – ABIPER

Has a cadre of Professionals having international skills in teaching, research and industry. Since inception in 1998, it has moved steadily towards the fulfillment of its mission and emerged as significant player in Pharmacy Education. We have highly qualified and experienced faculty whose expertise helps in molding the students to suit to their future needs.

Our Institution has state of the art infrastructure with well equipped laboratories, seminar halls, Auditorium, Digital Library with wi-fi -internet facility, Instrumentation room and other facilities.

Aditya Bangalore Institute of Pharmacy Education and Research is attached to Cauvery medical center, a 350 bedded corporate hospital for clinical training.


Courses Offered


Pharm. D

Pharm. D(Post Baccalaureate)

Ph.D in Pharmaceutics



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Campus Address:


Aditya Institutions, No.12, Kogilu Main Road,

Behind Shri Annapurneshwari Temple,

Yelahanka, Bangalore – 560 064.


Administrative Office:

No. 11, 60 Feet Road, Amarjyothinagar,

Vijayanagar, Bangalore – 560 040.


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