Low sleep quality, sleep disturbances, and at least occasional sleep dissatisfaction are prevalent among most college undergraduates. Poor academic performance, depressed mood, irritation during the day and daytime sleepiness is the consequences of insufficient sleep. A survey was performed in Banasthali pharmacy students by distributing a sleep related questionnaire to students. The questionnaire included questions about demographic characteristics, sleep and daytime habits, lifestyle and academic progress and effect of course curriculum on sleep quality. Statistical analysis was performed with the help of the SPSS 16.0 software package. Relationship between sleep quality, night time and daytime habits, sleep problems, age and BMI were studied using the Spearman Rank Order Correlations.