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Yes, Non-Resident Indian (NRI) students are eligible to apply for admission to the PharmD PB program in India. However, the admission process for NRI students may differ from that of Indian students, and there may be additional requirements and eligibility criteria for NRI students.

NRI students who wish to apply for admission to the PharmD PB program in India should first ensure that they meet the eligibility criteria for the program, including a B.Pharm degree from a recognized institution, minimum marks of 55%, valid registration with the State Pharmacy Council or the Pharmacy Council of India, and completion of an entrance examination (if required).

NRI students may also be required to provide additional documentation, such as a copy of their passport, proof of their NRI status, and proof of their educational qualifications. Additionally, some colleges may require NRI students to qualify for an entrance examination that is specifically designed for NRI candidates.

It is recommended that NRI students check the admission requirements of the specific institution they are interested in for detailed information on the eligibility criteria and the admission process. NRI students may also be required to pay higher fees than Indian students, and it is important to consider the financial implications before applying for admission to the PharmD PB program in India as an NRI student.
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