Pharmacy at UG and PG Level

Undergraduate Diploma in Pharmacy - The undergraduate pharmacy courses involve a combined study of Medical Science and Chemical Science to discover new medications and the subsequent sale of pharmaceutical drugs. It also prepares a student about how to maintain a drugstore.

Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy (B. Pharm) – The B.Pharm is one of the popular job oriented course out of all the pharmacy courses among the science students after class 12th. In this course, students study about drugs and medicines, Pharmaceutical Engineering, Medicinal Chemistry etc. This course provides a large number of job opportunities in both, public and private sector.

A Bachelor’s degree in Pharmacy includes subjects for students willing to pursue a Doctor of Pharmacy program in future. Applicants, who enrol in this course, require a firm backing in Science. The subjects covered under a B. Pharm course include Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Maths and Biostatics, Biochemistry and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm) is an undergraduate degree course in the field of Pharmacy education. The students those are interested in the medical field (except to become a doctor) can choose this course after the completion of class 12th (PCM/B). After the completion of this degree, students can practice as a Pharmacist. Pharmacists can work in a range of industries related to the prescription, manufacture & provision of medicines. The duration of this course is 4 years.

Syllabus of Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges

 

Semester I

Pharmaceutical Analysis I

Remedial Mathematical Biology

Pharmacognosy I

Pharmaceutical Chemistry I ( Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Basic Electronic & Computer Applications

Semester II

Pharmaceutics I (Physical Pharmacy)

Advanced  Mathematics

Pharmaceutical Chemistry II (Physical Chemistry)

Pharmaceutical Chemistry III (Physical Chemistry)

Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education(APHE) I

Semester III

Pharmaceutics II (Unit Operations I, including Engg. Drawing)

Pharmaceutical Chemistry IV (Organic Chemistry II)

Pharmacognosy II

Pharmaceutical Analysis II

APHE –II

Semester IV

Pharmaceutics – III (Unit Operations II)

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Pharmacognosy III

Pathophysiology of Common Diseases

Pharmaceutics IV (Dispensing & Community Pharmacy)

Semester V

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – V (Biochemistry)

Pharmaceutics V (Pharmaceutical Technology I)

Pharmacology I

Pharmacognosy

Pharmaceutics VI (Hospital Pharmacy)

Semester V

Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Medicinal Chemistry I)

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & Ethics

Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Medicinal Chemistry I)

            Semester VI

       Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Medicinal Chemistry I)

       Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & Ethics

       Pharmaceutics VII (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics)

       Pharmacology II

       Pharmacognosy V (Chemistry of Natural Products)

Semester VII

       Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

       Pharmaceutical VIII (Pharmaceutical Technology II)

       Pharmaceutical Industrial Management

       Pharmacology III

       Pharmaceutical Chemistry VII (Medicinal Chemistry III)

       Elective (Theory)

            Semester VIII

       Pharmaceutics IX

       Pharmaceutical Analysis III

       Pharmaceutical Chemistry VIII ( Medicinal Chemistry III)

       Pharmacognosy VI

       Pharmacology IV (Clinical Pharmacy & Drug Interactions)

       Project related to Elective

 

Master’s Degree in Pharmacy - M. Pharm is divided into three major categories. The first part includes the understanding of various fields of medicine and healthcare. It also covers practical/ experiments, seminars and lectures that a student is supposed to attend. This is done in order to ensure that a student is academically ready for the second part of the program, which is writing a thesis on their chosen aspect of pharmacy. This is the most preferred course after graduation out of all the pharmacy courses by aspiring Pharma students.

Syllabus of Master’s Degree in Pharmacy as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges

 

Semester I

Modern Analytical Techniques

Advance in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance

Chemistry of Medical Natural Product

Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics I

Organic Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Formulation Design and Development

Pharmacokinetic and Formulation Design

Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology

Semester II

Standardisation and Stabilisation Method of Drugs

Standardisation and Stabilisation Method of Herbal Formulation

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceuticals

Organic Chemistry II

Advance in Pharmaceutical Technology

Advance Systematic Pharmacology

Special Techniques in Drug Analysis

Evaluation of Herbal Drugs and Formulation

Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics II

Pharmaceutical Chemistry I

Design & Development of Novel Drugs and Formulations

Pathophysiology and Pharmacotherapeutics II

Pharmaceutical Chemistry I

Design & Development of Novel Drug Delivery System

Pharmacometrics and Evaluation of Drugs

Validation & C-GMP

Biotechnology and Cultivation of Medicinal Plants

Clinical Research and Approval of New Drugs

Pharmaceutics Chemistry II

Clinical Pharmacotherapeutics and Toxicology

Semester III

Seminar of Recent Subject in Pharmaceutical Sciences

Seminar on Dissertation (Introduction)

Semester IV

Thesis and Viva

 

Pharmacy Syllabus at PG Level

Postgraduate Degree in Clinical Research - Amongst various pharmacy courses, it is an in-depth study of the various aspects of clinical research, including:

Ethical Values

Students study the rules and ethical behaviour that conform to the standard practices while pursuing clinical research.

Pharmacology

It involves the concepts and practices that are required to study clinical psychology.

Drug Development

It explains the proper application of science in the course of development of a new drug.

Clinical Trials

It throws light on practices like trial designs, data management and documentation.

Safety and Quality Control

The subject teaches a student to follow industry norms of safety and clinical quality control while conducting clinical trials and drug development.

Legal Aspects of Clinical Research

It educates students about for laid down by the industry. It also covers information regarding national and international regulatory organisations.

Case Studies

Students attend lectures informing them about the industry


Postgraduate Degree in Intellectual Property Rights (Pharmacy) - Unlike other pharmacy courses, it deals majorly with the legal and ethical aspects and rules that need to be followed while pursuing a career in pharmaceutical research and development. It teaches students about the accepted norms of clinical drug development.

Master of Science (Pharma) - Like most of the postgraduate pharmacy courses, it is also divided into four semesters. The subjects covered include:

General Pharmacology

Analytical Techniques

Pharmacological Standardisation and Screening

Biotechnology and Pharmaceutical Molecular Biology

Quality Control and Assurance

Clinical Drug Research and Development

Biostatistics and Epidemiology

Biostatistics and Epidemiology

 

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