The Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) is conducted once in a year for admission to M. Pharma or its equivalent courses. The GPAT score is accepted by over 800 participating institutes spread across the country.
The organiser of GPAT, National Testing Agency (NTA), is responsible only for conducting the written examination and issuing the scorecard.
The official notification reads, ''The NTA does not collect the information regarding the total number of seats available in the institutions and reservation criteria followed by the institutions.''
Candidates have to appear for the computer-based test (CBT) and obtain the minimum qualifying marks. The NTA will issue the GPAT score card through online mode. The qualified candidates are eligible for counselling.
Candidates will be allotted admission based on the marks obtained in the written exam and category.