Objectives: In the current study, we have evaluated pharmacy undergrad student’s knowledge and perceptions towards this class of drug products. Methods: A random survey of 349 pharmacy students of six different pharmacy colleges from north India was carried out on an online-based questionnaire system to investigative knowledge and attitude towards biological/biosimilar. Chi-square test was used for the computation of P-value. Results: Out of 349 students, 80.22% of students have good knowledge about the same. 44.12% responded that the products are generally safe while 60.74% responded that these products don’t produce any kind of adverse drug reaction. 62.18% students were not updated about ADR reporting system in India. But the students think that its knowledge is important but the educational training has been inadequate. Conclusion: Due to unawareness about biological products, there is a need to address the knowledge gap in graduating pharmacy students. Lack of knowledge could be overcome by upgrading the curriculum or through professional development courses.
Key words: ADR (Adverse Drug reaction), Biosimilars, Perception, Pharmacy student, Knowledge; North India.