Sno Course Name Specialization Duration Intake
1 B.Pharmacy B.Pharmacy 4years 100
2 M.Pharmacy Pharmaceutics 2years 15
3 M.Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Analysis 2years 15
4 M.Pharmacy Pharmacology 2years 15
5 Pharm.D Doctor of Pharmacy 6years 30


JNTUK-Gold Medal

 

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Kakinada (JNTUK) honors the B.Tech and B.Pharm students every year who secured highest marks among all the JNTUK Affiliated colleges. 

 

S.No.

Name of the Winner

Name of the Award

Registered number

Year & Venue

1.

K. Sree Deepthi

Gold Medal

06AC1R0048

2010 JNTUK

2.

P.Chandra Sekhar

Gold Medal

09AC1R0043

 

2013 JNTUK

3.

Ayesha Begum

 

Gold Medal

13AC1R0003

 

2017 JNTUK 

AP Prathibha Awards

Meritorious students who have excelled in Degree examinations in One (Single attempt) with 60% and above in aggregate, conducted by AP Higher Education awarded with “Prathibha Awards”.

 

GPAT -2019 RESULT

S.No

Reg. NO

CANDIDATE's NAME

Rank

1

15AC1R0057 

P S V Chaitanya 

298

2

16AC5R0009

R Leela Prasanna

1116

3

15AC1R0016 

Dharaboina Amani 

1742

4

15AC1R0085 

Vurumu Dheeraja Sai 

2678

5

15AC1R0020 

Gandreti Usha Rani 

5880

6

15AC1R0063 

Potla Aparna 

7240

GPAT -2020 RESULT

S.No

Reg. NO

CANDIDATE's NAME

Rank

1

16AC1R0074

TAMMININA DIVYA

308

2

16AC1R0046

MANTRI DIVYA MOHINI

799

3

16AC1R0062

PETHAKAMSETTI MOUNIKA SAI

2508

4

17AC1R0028

VINAY KUMAR GIDUTURI

3318

5

16AC1R0048

MOYYA YAMINI

3338

6

16AC1R0078

VAKADA LAKSHMI MOUNIKA

4171

7

16AC1R0076

VAADAMADULA SRAVANI GAYATHRI

5084

8

16AC1R0066

SABBAVARAPU AJAY

7222

GPAT -2021 RESULT

S.No

Reg. No.

Name of the Student

GPAT RANKS

1

17AC1R0071

SEELAM SRIJA

524

2

17AC1R0004

BALLINA NALINI

1459

3

17AC1R0001

ACHARYA SAI AKSHAY

2625

4

17AC1R0028

GIDUTURI VINAY KUMAR

3318

5

17AC1R0062

PULAMARASETTY JYOTHI

3997

6

17AC1R0009

BODAPATI SOWMYA

4208

7

17AC1R0061

PREETI KUMARI

5423

NIPER RANKS-2021 RESULT

 

Reg. No.

Name of the Student

NIPER RANKS

17AC1R0001

ACHARYA SAI AKSHAY

49

17AC1R0071

SEELAM SRIJA

345

17AC1R0004

BALLINA NALINI

594

17AC1R0009

BODAPATI SOWMYA

1686

 

 

 

 

NIPER RANKS-2020 RESULT

Reg. No.

Name of the Student

NIPER RANKS

16AC1R0062

PETHAKAMSETTI MOUNIKA SAI

865

16AC1R0066

SABBAVARAPU AJAY

 

16AC1R0074

TAMMININA DIVYA

375

16AC1R0078

VAKADA LAKSHMI MOUNIKA                

      830



VISION & MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT (B.PHARMACY)

Vision of the Department: 

To evolve into a Centre of Excellence in Pharmacy, building globally accepted professionals and entrepreneurs, with ethical and moral values, to serve the region and nation at large, with a social perspective.

Mission of the Department: 

We intend to fulfil our stated Vision of the department by the following Mission:

M1- Adopt Innovative Teaching Learning Process

M2 - Transform students into effective professionals and entrepreneurs with necessary communication skills, team spirit, leadership capabilities and integrity

M3 - Focus on pathway for higher studies and Research in Emerging areas, in collaboration with Industry and Hospitals

M4 - Promote strong ethical and moral values to enrich the pharma fraternity of the nation

COURSE STRUCTURE

 

Table-I: Course of study for semester I

Course code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C101

Human Anatomy and Physiology I– Theory

4

C102

Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory

4

C103

Pharmaceutics I – Theory

4

C104

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry –

Theory

4

C105

Communication skills – Theory *

2

C106

Remedial Biology/

Remedial Mathematics – Theory*

2

C107

Human Anatomy and Physiology –

Practical

2

C108

Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical

2

C109

Pharmaceutics I – Practical

2

C110

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry –

Practical

2

C111

Communication skills – Practical*

1

Total

27/29$/30#

#Applicable ONLY for the students who have studied Mathematics / Physics / Chemistry at HSC and appearing for Remedial Biology (RB)course.

$Applicable ONLY for the students who have studied Physics / Chemistry / Botany / Zoology at HSC and appearing for Remedial Mathematics (RM)course.

* Non University Examination (NUE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Table-II: Course of study for semester II

 

Course

Code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C112

Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory

4

C113

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory

4

C114

Biochemistry – Theory

4

C115

Pathophysiology – Theory

4

C116

Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory *

3

C117

Environmental sciences – Theory *

3

C118

Human Anatomy and Physiology II –Practical

2

C119

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I– Practical

2

C120

Biochemistry – Practical

2

C121

Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Practical*

1

Total

29

*Non University Examination (NUE)

 

Table-III: Course of study for semester III

 

Course

code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C201

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory

4

C202

Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory

4

C203

Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory

4

C204

Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory

4

C205

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Practical

2

C206

Physical Pharmaceutics I – Practical

2

C207

Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Practical

2

C208

Pharmaceutical Engineering –Practical

2

Total

24

 

 

 

Table-IV: Course of study for semester IV

 

Course

code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C209

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III– Theory

4

C210

Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory

4

C211

Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory

4

C212

Pharmacology I – Theory

4

C213

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I– Theory

4

C214

Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical

2

C215

Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical

2

C216

Pharmacology I – Practical

2

C217

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Practical

2

Total

28

 

 

Table-V: Course of study for semester V

 

Course

code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C301

Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory

4

C302

Industrial PharmacyI– Theory

4

C303

Pharmacology II – Theory

4

C304

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II– Theory

4

C305

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory

4

C306

Industrial PharmacyI – Practical

2

C307

Pharmacology II – Practical

2

C308

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II –

Practical

2

Total

26

 

 

 

 

Table-VI: Course of study for semester VI

 

Course

code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C309

Medicinal Chemistry III – Theory

4

C310

Pharmacology III – Theory

4

C311

Herbal Drug Technology – Theory

4

C312

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics –

Theory

4

C313

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory

4

C314

Quality Assurance –Theory

4

C315

Medicinal chemistry III – Practical

2

C316

Pharmacology III – Practical

2

C317

Herbal Drug Technology – Practical

2

Total

30

 

 

Table-VII: Course of study for semester VII

 

Course

code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C401

Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory

4

C402

Industrial PharmacyII – Theory

4

C403

Pharmacy Practice – Theory

4

C404

Novel Drug Delivery System – Theory

4

C405

Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Practical

2

C406

Practice School*

6

Total

24

Non University Examination (NUE)

 

 

 

 
 

Table-VIII: Course of study for semester VIII

 

Course

code

Name of the course

Credit

points

C407

Biostatistics and Research Methodology

4

C408

Social and Preventive Pharmacy

4

C409

Pharma Marketing Management

 

 

 

 

4 + 4 =

8

C410

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science

C411

Pharmacovigilance

C412

Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals

C413

Computer Aided Drug Design

C414

Cell and Molecular Biology

C415

Cosmetic Science

C416

Experimental Pharmacology

C417

Advanced Instrumentation Techniques

C418

Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals

 

C419

Project Work

6

Total

22

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-I

C101.1

Explain the gross morphology, structure and functions of various organs of the human body.

C101.2

Summarize the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances

C101.3

Distinguish various tissues and organs of different systems of human body

C101.4

Illustrate coordinated working pattern of different organs of each system

PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS- I

C102.1

Understand the concept of standardization by volumetric methods.

C102.2

Understand the analysis of some compounds by gravimetric method.

C102.3

Explain the concept of standardization and assays using oxidation – reduction titrations.

C102.4

Summarize the principles of electro chemical methods

PHARMACEUTICS-I

C103.1

Recognise and interpret various parts of prescription

C103.2

Summarize the basics of compounding and dispensing of Solid, liquid and semisolid dosage forms.

C103.3

Understand the pharmaceutical incompatibilities and pharmaceutical calculations

C103.4

Know the history of profession of pharmacy and development of pharmacy in India  

PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

C104.1

Recognize the sources of impurities and Methods to control and determine the impurities in inorganic drugs and pharmaceuticals.

C104.2

Classify and enlist inorganic pharmaceuticals based on their use.

C104.3

Know the properties and assay methods for inorganic compounds with medicinal uses.

C104.4

Understand the preparation, safe, effective usage and handling of pharmaceutical important inorganic compounds and radioactive pharmaceuticals.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

C105.1

Illustrate the life of eminent personalities for developing the skill of vocabulary and grammar

C105.2

Examine the technological advancements with major emphasis on biographical details

C105.3

Discuss the art of thinking and writing clearly and logically

C105.4

Correlate the importance of environment and sustainability with an emphasis on language skills

C105.5

Review the relevance of cultures and traditions for enhancing writing skills through literature

REMEDIAL BIOLOGY/ REMEDIAL MATHEMATICS

C106.1

Apply mathematical concepts and principles to perform computations for pharmaceutical sciences

C106.2

Create, use and analyze mathematical representations and mathematical relationships.

C106.3

Communicate mathematical knowledge and understanding to help in the field of Pharmacy.

C106.4

Summarize the classification and salient features of five kingdoms of life

C106.5

Discuss the basic components of anatomy & physiology of plant

C106.6

Explain the basic components of anatomy & physiology animal with special reference to human

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-I

C107.1

Outline the microscopic characteristics of various tissues. 

C107.2

Identify the skeletal structure of human body 

C107.3

Estimate the various haematological parameters such as WBC,RBC, BT,CT, Hb, ESR and Blood group 

C107.4

Determine the various physical parameters such as BP, Pulse, Heart rate

PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS-I

C108.1

Perform Limit tests

C108.2

Carryout  electrochemical titrations

C108.3

Develop analytical skills

C108.4

Perform Quantitative analysis  of various drugs by volumetric analysis

PHARMACEUTICS I

C109.1

Review basic requirements in the compounding and dispensing of pharmaceutical products

C109.2

Demonstrate skill in the operation of common pharmaceutical measuring, weighing and compounding devices.

C109.3

Identify and differentiate between various solid and liquid dosage forms for oral and topical use.

C109.4

Describe the advantages and disadvantages of various solid, liquid and semisolid dosage forms.

PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY

C110.1

Identify and control the impurities like Chlorides, sulphates, iron, heavy metals and arsenic in pharmaceuticals

C110.2

Plan the preperation of inorganic pharmaceuticals mentioned in syllabus

C110.3

Test for the presence of few anions and cations present in inorganic pharmaceuticals

C110.4

Perform the tests for purity for pharmaceuticals as per procedure mentioned in Indian Pharmacopoeia

COMMUNICATION SKILLS

C111.1

Dramatize the roles with proper body language

C111.2

Interact with others by using proper functions

C111.3

Disseminate the relevant skills while performing GDs,interviews and proper body language

C111.4

Organize proper skills for their employability

C111.5

Practice life skills in their day to day living environment

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-II

C112.1

Explain the gross anatomy and physiology of Central Nervous System

C112.2

Illustrate the different structure and function of digestive, endocrine, urinary, respiratory, reproductive systems .

C112.3

Judge the various disorders of human body

C112.4

Discuss the structure & importance of genetic materials.

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

C113.1

Understad the nomenclature , classification, structure , preparation and uses of organic compounds

C113.2

Explain the reaction, mechanism and applications of reactions

C113.3

Apply knowledge on identification of organic compounds

C113.4

Explain the acidity and basicity of organic compounds

BIOCHEMISTRY

C114.1

Outline the concepts of biological oxidation, bioenergetics and Biomolecule. 

C114.2

Acquire chemistry and biological importance of biological macromolecules (Carbohydrates & Lipids).

C114.3

Understand the importance of Metabolism of nucleic acids and protein biosynthesis.

C114.4

Explain the application of enzyme inhibition in pharmaceutical industry.

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

C115.1

Explain the basic principles and mechanism involved in the Cell injury, Adaptation, inflammation and repair.

C115.2

Identify the etiology and pathogenesis of the human infectious diseases and cancer.

C115.3

Judge the various possible treatmentS for the pathogenic diseases. 

C115.4

Discuss the signs, symptoms and complications  of the diseases

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN PHARMACY

C116.1

Apply the knowledge of webtechnologies for comparative analysis of results in pharmaceutical and clinical studies

C116.2

Design and develop solutions to analyze pharmaceutical problems using computers.

C116.3

Apply the knowledge of MS office, Excel, Power point and Access for pharmaceutical and clinical studies

C116.4

Solve and work with a professional context pertaining to ethics, social, cultural and regulations with regard to Pharmacy .

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

C117.1

Acquire knowledge about the environment and its allied problems.

C117.2

Develop an attitude of concern for the environment.

C117.3

Explain about environmental problems.

C117.4

Identify and solve environmental problems.

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-II

C118.1

Explain the human organ systems, pregnancy diagnosis test &family planning devices with the help of models, charts and specimens.

C118.2

Demonstrate the function of olfactory nerve, visual acuity, reflex activity,  positive and negative feedback mechanism.

C118.3

Examine the Permanent slides of vital organs and gonads. 

C118.4

Determine the basal mass index, body temperature,  tidal volume , vital capacity & blood count

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I

C119.1

Identify the functional group and extra elements of unknown organic compound by using systematic qualitative analysis

C119.2

Prepare and characterize the derivatives of organic compound

C119.3

Analyse the unknown organic compound by determining their melting point / boiling point

BIOCHEMISTRY

C120.1

Detect and identify proteins, amino acids and carbohydrates by various qualitative as well as quantitative tests.

C120.2

Determin the blood creatinine, sugar &  serum total cholesterol

C120.3

Prepare the buffer solution and measurement of Ph

C120.4

Demonstrate action of salivary amylase on starch

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN PHARMACY

C121.1

Apply the knowledge of statistical tools for comparative analysis of results in pharmaceutical and clinical studies

C121.2

Design and develop solutions to analyze pharmaceutical problems using computers.

C121.3

Apply the knowledge of MS office, Excel, Power point and Access for pharmaceutical and clinical studies

C121.4

Solve and work with a professional context pertaining to ethics, social, cultural and regulations with regard to Pharmacy .

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II

C201.1

Summarize the rules of aromaticity, preparation, reactivity, orientation and reactions of benzene and polynuclear hydrocarbons

C201.2

Explain the structure and medicinal uses of pharmaceutical organic compounds

C201.3

Identify the purity of fats and oils by acid value, saponification value and iodine value

C201.4

Understand the concept of Baeyer’s strain theory and Sachse Mohr theory

PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS I

C202.1

Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in designing the dosage form

C202.2

Describe different states of matter and the concept of interfacial phenomena with their properties

C202.3

Explain complexation with drugs based on their physichochemical properties for showing its action

C202.4

Understand the importance of PH,buffers and buffer system in pharmaceutical and biological system

PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY

C203.1

Understand diversity of microorganisms with relevance to their nutritional and physical growth requirements for culturing

C203.2

 Identify bacteria by staining and biochemical reactions and apply controlling methods

C203.3

Categorize disinfecting agents and analyze concentration of disinfectants, antibiotics, vitamins etc., using microorganisms

C203.4

Classify types of spoilage and assess source of contamination in pharmaceutical products

PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING

C204.1

Demonstrate basic concepts in unit operations used in pharmaceutical industries.

C204.2

Enumerate the principles, construction, working, mechanisms and applications of equipment used in laboratory and industry.

C204.3

Sort out the suitable equipment, environmental condition and material for the plant construction for manufacturing of bulk drugs and formulations.

C204.4

Appreciate various preventive methods used for corrosion; analyze problems occurring in the preparation of bulk drugs and formulations.

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II

C205.1

Demonstrate the different recrystallization and steam distillation techniques used in pharmaceutical chemistry

C205.2

Estimate the analytical constants of fats and oils

C205.3

Plan and perform the synthesis of organic compounds by using named reactions

PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS I

C206.1

Understand the physical properties of drug substances

C206.2

Determine the solubility , pka

C206.3

Estimate the surface tension , HLB value ,CMC and adsorption constant

C206.4

Analyse complexation  between donor and acceptor

PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY

C207.1

Prepare and sterilize the different culture media

C207.2

Isolate the pure cultures of microorganisms and identify the microorganisms by staining and biochemical tests

C207.3

Determine the concentration of antibiotics by microbiological assay

C207.4

Assess the quality of pharmaceuticals by sterility testing

PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING

C208.1

Perform basic unit operations used in Pharmaceutical industries.

C208.2

Demonistrate of the equipment used laboratory and industry.

C208.3

Determine specific constants of materials used in industry.

C208.4

Select the suitable equipment and environmental condition for manufacturing of bulk drugs and formulations.

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY III

C209.1

Explain the stereochemical aspects of organic compounds and stereochemical reactions

C209.2

Assign the relative, absolute and geometrical configurations to stereoisomers

C209.3

Outline on nomenclature, aromaticity, reactivity, methods of preparation reactions and  uses of heterocyclic compounds

C209.4

Elaborate on the reaction and synthetic importance of metal hydrides (NaBH4& LiAlH4), Clemmensen reduction, Oppenauer oxidation and Beckmann rearrangement

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY I

C210.1

 Categorize the importance of Physicochemical properties and metabolism of significant drugs

C210.2

Explain the mechanism of action of drugs and their therapeutic uses

C210.3

Differentiate rational uses, side effects of drugs acting on Autonomic and Central nervous system

C210.4

Identify the SAR and Synthesis  of various therapeutic agents

PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS II

C211.1

Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in the designing the dosage form

C211.2

Describe the chemical kinetics and to use them for stability testing and determination of expiry date of formulations

C211.3

Demonstrate use of physicochemical properties in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms

C211.4

Outline the properties and evaluation of coarse and colloidal dispersions

PHARMACOLOGY I

C212.1

Explain the pharmacological& molecular mechanism of actions of different categories of drugs

C212.2

Apply the basic pharmacological knowledge in the prevention and treatment of various diseases

C212.3

Relate  the use, adverse reaction, contraindication, drug interaction of various drugs

C212.4

Summarize the importance of pharmacology, pharmacovigilance and drug discovery process

PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY I

C213.1

 Explain the scope and evolution of Pharmacognosy and rephrase role of herbal drugs in traditional systems of medicine

C213.2

Summarize the chemical nature, uses and evaluation of crude drugs

C213.3

 Plan on cultivation, collection and processing of drugs of natural origin

C213.4

 List the medicinal uses of marine drugs and compare the morphological characteristics of market samples with the authentic drugs

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY I

C214.1

Describe the importance of laboratory reagents, their quality and biohazardous nature, green chemicals for the protection of environment

C214.2

Categorize the type of assays and apparatus used 

C214.3

Establish the use of chemicals in different quantities for a synthetic reaction with safety precautions and eco friendly nature

C214.4

Demonstrate the synthetic protocol and purificaton techniques with good  laboratory skills and analyse the yield, results.

PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS II

C215.1

Analyse of micromeritic properties

C215.2

Estimate of viscosity by ostwalds viscometer and brookfield viscometer

C215.3

Determine sedimentation volume of suspension

C215.4

Perform kinetic studies

PHARMACOLOGY I

C216.1

Explain the instruments, route of administration, sampling techniques in experimental pharmacology

C216.2

Demonstrate the effect of hepatic microsomal enzyme inducers on the phenobarbitone sleeping time in mice.

C216.3

Determine the effect of drugs on animals by simulated experiments

C216.4

Discuss the importance of anesthesia, euthanasia and maintenance of laboratory animals as per CPCSEA guidelines

PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY I

C217.1

Identify unorganized crude drugs by chemical tests.

C217.2

Evaluate the quality and purity of crude drugs

C217.3

Perform linear measurements for crude drug identification

C217.4

Develop quality control methods for standardisation of herbal drugs.

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY II

C301.1

Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity

C301.2

Outline the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value of drugs

C301.3

Explain the Structural Activity Relationship of different class of drugs

C301.4

Describe the chemical synthesis of selected drugs

INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY I

C302.1

Understand preformulation parameters of drug and excipients on the stability and bioavailability of formulations

C302.2

Outline various excipients, methods used in the preparation of various dosage forms and its evaluation

C302.3

Apply preformulation considerations in development of various dosage forms

C302.4

Analyze the formulation and packaging of various cosmetics preparations and packaging materials used in pharmacy

PHARMACOLOGY II

C303.1

Recognize Appropriate drugs for effective treatment of various hormone related complications.

C303.2

Identify the relative pros and cons in the use of drugs for various cardiac complications.

C303.3

Identify major classes of drugs currently used in medical practice for treatment of allergic reactions

C303.4

Summarize the theoretical considerations and principle of biological assays

C303.5

Recognize various urine forming agents in treatment of urinary disorders

PHARMACOGNOSY & PHYTOCHEMISTRY-II

C304.1

Outline techniques employed in the elucidation of biosynthetic pathway and formation of different secondary metabolites through these pathways.

C304.2

Summarize the source, chemistry and therapeutic/commercial applications of secondary metabolites

C304.3

Choose the suitable method of isolation and identification for various phytoconstituents

C304.4

Compare and contrast the techniques used in the isolation, identification and analysis of crude drugs

PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE

C305.1

Understand Indian pharmaceutical laws 

C305.2

Explain various regulatory authorities governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals 

C305.3

Explain offenses and penalties related to various acts

C305.4

Understand various schedules related to the profession of pharmacy in India

INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY-I

C306.1

Plan preformulation studies for API

C306.2

Prepare and evaluate tablets, capsules.

C306.3

Prepare Parenterals, ophthalmic and Cosmetic products

C306.4

Evaluate marketed tablets, capsules, glass containers

PHARMACOLOGY II

C307.1

Understand the pharmacological actions of different categories of drugs.

C307.2

Explain the mechanism of drug action at organ system/sub cellular/ macromolecular levels.

C307.3

Apply the basic pharmacological knowledge in the prevention and treatment of various diseases.

C307.4

Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with other bio medical sciences.

C307.5

Observe the effect of drugs on animals by simulated experiments.

PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY II

C308.1

Identify crude drugs by morphological and microscopical characteristics

C308.2

Isolate phytoconstituents from crude drug and Experiment with Paper and Thin Layer Chromatography

C308.3

Analyze volatile oils isolated by distillation.

C308.4

Evaluate unorganized crude drugs by chemical tests.

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY III

C309.1

Understand the importance of drug design and different techniques of drug design

C309.2

Understand the mechanism of action and chemistry of drugs with respect to their biological activity

C309.3

Explain the synthesis, metabolism, adverse effects and therapeutic value of drugs

C309.4

Outline classification and SAR of drugs

PHARMACOLOGY III

C310.1

Predict the basic principles of toxicology and clinically manage the poisoned patient.

C310.2

Analyze the mechanism of action of chemotherapeutic agents and their role in the treatment of various infectious diseases.

C310.3

Analyze biological clocks and circadian rhythms in symptom intensity of chronic diseases

C310.4

Identify the relative pros and cons in the use of drugs for various respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases

HERBAL DRUG TECHNOLOGY

C311.1

Explain WHO guidelines for Good agricultural and collection practices of herbal raw materials

C311.2

Categorize various nutraceuticals, herbal cosmetics, herbal excipients, herbal formulations and herb drug interactions

C311.3

Compare and contrast WHO & ICH guidelines for the assessment of herbal drugs

C311.4

 Outline patents, regulatory issues of natural products and herbal drug industry.

BIOPHARMACEUTICS AND PHARMACOKINETICS

C312.1

Enumerate the concept of absorption, Distribution & Elimination and their significance in drug kinetics in the body

C312.2

Summarise various regulations related to the developing BA-BE studies for the new drug molecule

C312.3

Estimate various pharmacokinetic parameters of drug by using one or multi compartment models

C312.4

Outline the factors causing non linearity and measure non linear kinetics

PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

C313.1

Understand the design, working and applications of an industrial fermenter 

C313.2

Make use of various advanced biotechnology procedure for medical and pharmaceutical applications 

C313.3

Summarize the principles of immunity, immunological reactions and production of vaccines 

C313.4

Understand the genetic organization of eukaryotes and prokaryotes

QUALITY ASSURANCE

C314.1

Understand the cGMP aspects in a pharmaceutical industry

C314.2

Appreciate the importance of documentation

C314.3

Explain the scope of quality certifications applicable to pharmaceutical industries

C314.4

Outline the responsibilities of QA and QC departments

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY III

C315.1

Describe the importance of laboratory reagents, their quality and bio hazardous nature, green chemicals for the protection of environment

C315.2

Categorize the type of assays and apparatus used 

C315.3

Organize the synthesis of few intermediates using Microwave irradiation protocol

C315.4

Demonstrate the synthetic protocol and purification techniques with good  laboratory skills and analyse the yield, results

C315.5

Determine the physicochemical properties and Drawing structures using chemistry softwares  

PHARMACOLOGY III

C316.1

Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences.

C316.2

Comprehend the principles of toxicology and treatment of various poisonings.

C316.3

Understand the drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different infectious diseases.

C316.4

Identifying the appropriate cause of disorders by computational methods

C316.5

Comprehend the Biostatistical principles in experimental pharmacology

HERBAL DRUG TECHNOLOGY

C317.1

Perform phytochemical screening of the extracts

C317.2

Formulate herbal preparations and herbal cosmetics using standardised extracts

C317.3

Evaluate excipients of natural origin

C317.4

Carryout monograph analysis of herbal drugs

INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

C401.1

Understand the interaction of matter with electromagnetic radiations and its applications in drug analysis

C401.2

Understand the chromatographic separation and analysis of drugs

C401.3

Discuss quantitative & qualitative analysis of drugs by using various analytical instruments

C401.4

Outline principles, instrumentations and applications of Electrophoresis

INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY-II

C402.1

Outline the process of pilot plant and scale up of pharmaceutical dosage forms

C402.2

Understand the process of technology transfer from lab scale to commercial batch

C402.3

Summarize different laws and acts that regulate pharmaceutical industry

C402.4

Explain the approval process and regulatory requirements for drug products

PHARMACY PRACTICE

C403.1

Explain Organization of Hospital, Pharmacy therapeutic Committee and Pros and cons of drug distribution system , Contents of Hospital formulary

C403.2

Classify drug interactions and adverse drug reactions and conduct therapeutic drug monitoring 

C403.3

Enumerate the steps involved in Patient Counselling by obtaining medication history interview and performing medication chart review 

C403.4

Illustrate the role of Pharmacist in interdepartmental communication and community health education, Interpretion of Clinical laboratory results 

NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM

C404.1

Understand various approaches for development of Novel drug delivery system

C404.2

Outline the criteria for selection of drugs and polymers for development of Microencapsulation, Mucosal, Implantable drug delivery systems

C404.3

Summarize Basic components used, methods and types of formulation in transdermal, Gastroretentive and Nasopulmonary and Targeted drug delivery systems

C404.4

Explain the concepts of Intrauterine systems with its applications , intraocular barriers and formulations

INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS

C405.1

Perform quantitative & qualitative analysis of drugs using various analytical instruments.

C405.2

Understand the principles and Perform Chromatographic Separations

C405.3

Demonstrate HPLC

C405.4

Handle analytical instruments

BIOSTATISTICS AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

C407.1

Explain qualitative and quantitative design of research methodology 

C407.2

Interpret the various statistical methods to solve statistical problems 

C407.3

Analyze the experiments by using factorial design and design of experiments  

C407.4

Determine the measures of central tendency and dispersion, correlation, regression, probability and hypothesis

SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE PHARMACY

C408.1

Acquire high consciousness/realization of current issues related to health and pharmaceutical problems within the country and worldwide.

C408.2

Create awareness on prevention and control of various diseases

C408.3

Have a critical way of thinking based on current healthcare development

C408.4

Evaluate alternative ways of solving problems related to health and pharmaceutical issues

PHARMACEUTICAL REGULATORY SCIENCE

C410.1

Understand the process of drug discovery and development

C410.2

Outline the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals

C410.3

Describe the clinical trials, monitoring, GCP, pharmacovigilance

C410.4

Explain the regulatory approval process and their registration in Indian and
international markets

ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION TECHNIQUES

C417.1

Understand the advanced instruments used and its applications in drug analysis

C417.2

Apply principles of chromatographic separation in the analysis of drugs

C417.3

Outline the calibration of various analytical instruments

C417.4

Explain the analysis of drugs using various analytical instruments

 

Program Educational Objectives: The Program educational objectives are defined in way that describes what our Institute graduates are expected to attain within few years of graduation. These Program educational objectives are based on the needs of the program’s constituencies.

PEO1

(Knowledge and Career)

Demonstrate technical competency and leadership to work in core and associate pharma firms, with a consistent outstanding performance, focusing on the safety and effectiveness of emerging needs.

PEO2

(Research and Higher Studies)

Pursue higher studies in emerging areas, with research and complex problem-solving skills, in sync with the industrial legal and professional ethics.

PEO3

(Attitude)

Transform students into professionals and entrepreneurs, developing their communication skills, team spirit, leadership capabilities, integrity and social responsibilities with ethics and human values.

Program Outcomes are narrower statements that describe what students are expected to know and be able to do upon the graduation. These relate to the skills, knowledge, and behaviour that students acquire in their enrolment through theprogram.

PO1Pharmacy Knowledge: Possess knowledge and comprehension of the core and basic knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy, including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; behavioral, social, and administrative pharmacy sciences; and manufacturing practices.

PO2Planning Abilities: Demonstrate effective planning abilities including time management, resource management, delegation skills and organizational skills. Develop and implement plans and organize work to meet deadlines.

PO3Problem analysis: Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyze, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.

PO4Modern tool usage: Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.

PO5Leadership skills: Understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and team-building when planning changes required for fulfillment of practice, professional and societal responsibilities. Assume participatory roles as responsible citizens or leadership roles when appropriate to facilitate improvement in health and well-being.

PO6Professional Identity: Understand, analyze and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, promoters of health, educators, managers, employers, employees).

PO7Pharmaceutical Ethics: Honour personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Demonstrate behavior that recognizes cultural and personal variability in values, communication and lifestyles. Use ethical frameworks; apply ethical principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.

PO8Communication: Communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective presentations and documentation, and give and receive clear instructions.

PO9The Pharmacist and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.

PO10Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

PO11Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Self-assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an ongoing basis.

 


Course of study for M. Pharm. Pharmaceutical Analysis

 

Course Code

Course

Credit Hours

Credit Points

Hrs./wk

Marks

Semester I

MPA101T

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

4

4

4

100

MPA102T

Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis

4

4

4

100

MPA103T

Pharmaceutical Validation

4

4

4

100

MPA104T

Food Analysis

4

4

4

100

MPA105PA

Pharmaceutical Analysis Practical I

6

3

6

75

MPA105PB

Pharmaceutical Analysis Practical II

6

3

6

75

-

Seminar/Assignment

7

4

7

100

Total

35

26

35

650

Semester II

MPA201T

Advanced Instrumental Analysis

4

4

4

100

MPA202T

ModernBio-Analytical Techniques

4

4

4

100

MPA203T

Quality Control and Quality Assurance

4

4

4

100

MPA204T

Herbal and Cosmetic Analysis

4

4

4

100

MPA205PA

Pharmaceutical Analysis Practical III

6

3

6

75

MPA205PB

Pharmaceutical Analysis Practical IV

6

3

6

75

-

Seminar/Assignment

7

4

7

100

 

Total

35

26

35

650

 


Course of study for M.Pharm. III Semester (Common for All Specializations)

Course

Code

Course

Credit

Hours

Credit

Points

MRM301T

Research Methodology and

Biostatistics*

4

4

-

Journalclub

1

1

-

Discussion / Presentation (Proposal Presentation)

2

2

-

Research Work

28

14

Total

35

21

* Non University Exam

 

Course of study for M.Pharm. IV Semester (Common for All Specializations)

Course Code

Course

Credit Hours

Credit Points

 

-

 

JournalClub

 

1

 

1

-

Research Work

31

16

-

Discussion/FinalPresentation

3

3

Total

35

20

 

Semester wise credits distribution

Semester

Credit Points

 

I

 

26

II

26

III

21

IV

20

Co-curricular Activities (Attending Conference, Scientific

Presentationsand Other Scholarly Activities)

Minimum=02 Maximum=07*

Total Credit Points

Minimum=95 Maximum=100*

*Credit Points for Co-curricular Activities

 
 

Guidelines for Awarding Credit Points for Co-curricular Activities

 

Name of the Activity

Maximum Credit Points Eligible / Activity

Participation in National Level

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Symposium/ Training Programs (related to the specialization of the student)

 

01

Participation in international Level

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Symposium/ Training Programs (related to the specialization of the student)

 

02

Academic Award/Research Award from State Level/National Agencies

01

Academic Award/Research Award from International

Agencies

02

Research / Review Publication in National Journals

01

Research / Review Publication in International Journals

02

 

 

 

 

 

Course of study for Pharmacology

 

Course Code

Course

Credit Hours

Credit Points

Hrs./wk

Marks

Semester I

MPL101T

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

4

4

4

100

MPL102T

AdvancedPharmacology-I

4

4

4

100

 

MPL103T

Pharmacological and Toxicological Screening Methods-I

 

4

 

4

 

4

 

100

MPL104T

Cellular and Molecular Pharmacology

4

4

4

100

MPL105PA

Pharmacology Practical I

6

3

6

75

MPL105PB

Pharmacology Practical II

6

3

6

75

-

Seminar/Assignment

7

4

7

100

Total

35

26

35

650

Semester II

MPL201T

Advanced Pharmacology II

4

4

4

100

 

MPL202T

Pharmacological and Toxicological Screening Methods-II

 

4

 

4

 

4

 

100

MPL203T

Principles of Drug Discovery

4

4

4

100

MPL204T

Clinical Research and Pharmacovigilance

4

4

4

100

MPL205PA

Pharmacology Practical III

6

3

6

75

MPL205PB

Pharmacology Practical IV

6

3

6

75

-

Seminar/Assignment

7

4

7

100

 

Total

35

26

35

650

 
 

Course of study for M.Pharm. III Semester (Common for All Specializations)

Course

Code

Course

Credit

Hours

Credit

Points

MRM301T

Research Methodology and

Biostatistics*

4

4

-

Journalclub

1

1

-

Discussion / Presentation (Proposal Presentation)

2

2

-

Research Work

28

14

Total

35

21

* Non University Exam

 

Course of study for M.Pharm. IV Semester (Common for All Specializations)

Course Code

Course

Credit Hours

Credit Points

 

-

 

JournalClub

 

1

 

1

-

Research Work

31

16

-

Discussion/FinalPresentation

3

3

Total

35

20

 

Semester wise credits distribution

Semester

Credit Points

 

I

 

26

II

26

III

21

IV

20

Co-curricular Activities (Attending Conference, Scientific

Presentationsand Other Scholarly Activities)

Minimum=02 Maximum=07*

Total Credit Points

Minimum=95 Maximum=100*

*Credit Points for Co-curricular Activities

 
 

Guidelines for Awarding Credit Points for Co-curricular Activities

 

Name of the Activity

Maximum Credit Points Eligible / Activity

Participation in National Level

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Symposium/ Training Programs (related to the specialization of the student)

 

01

Participation in international Level

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Symposium/ Training Programs (related to the specialization of the student)

 

02

Academic Award/Research Award from State Level/National Agencies

01

Academic Award/Research Award from International

Agencies

02

Research / Review Publication in National Journals

01

Research / Review Publication in International Journals

02

 

 

Course of study for M. Pharm. Pharmaceutics

 

Course Code

 

Course

Credit Hours

Credit Points

Hrs./ wk

 

Marks

Semester I

MPH101T

Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques

4

4

4

100

MPH102T

Drug Delivery System

4

4

4

100

MPH103T

Modern Pharmaceutics

4

4

4

100

MPH104T

Regulatory Affair

4

4

4

100

MPH105PA

Pharmaceutics Practical I

6

3

6

75

MPH105PB

Pharmaceutical Practical II

6

3

6

75

-

Seminar/Assignment

7

4

7

100

Total

35

26

35

650

Semester II

 

MPH201T

Molecular Pharmaceutics (Nano Technology and Targeted DDS) (NTDS)

 

4

 

4

 

4

 

100

 

MPH202T

Advanced Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

 

4

 

4

 

4

 

100

MPH203T

Computer Aided Drug Development

4

4

4

100

 

MPH204T

Formulation Development of

Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Products

 

4

 

4

 

4

 

100

MPH205PA

Pharmaceutics Practical III

6

3

6

75

MPH205PB

Pharmaceutics Practical IV

6

3

6

75

-

Seminar/Assignment

7

4

7

100

 

Total

35

26

35

650

 

 


Course of study for M.Pharm. III Semester (Common for All Specializations)

Course

Code

Course

Credit

Hours

Credit

Points

MRM301T

Research Methodology and

Biostatistics*

4

4

-

Journalclub

1

1

-

Discussion / Presentation (Proposal Presentation)

2

2

-

Research Work

28

14

Total

35

21

* Non University Exam

 

Course of study for M.Pharm. IV Semester (Common for All Specializations)

Course Code

Course

Credit Hours

Credit Points

 

-

 

JournalClub

 

1

 

1

-

Research Work

31

16

-

Discussion/FinalPresentation

3

3

Total

35

20

 

Semester wise credits distribution

Semester

Credit Points

 

I

 

26

II

26

III

21

IV

20

Co-curricular Activities (Attending Conference, Scientific

Presentationsand Other Scholarly Activities)

Minimum=02 Maximum=07*

Total Credit Points

Minimum=95 Maximum=100*

*Credit Points for Co-curricular Activities

 
 

Guidelines for Awarding Credit Points for Co-curricular Activities

 

Name of the Activity

Maximum Credit Points Eligible / Activity

Participation in National Level

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Symposium/ Training Programs (related to the specialization of the student)

 

01

Participation in international Level

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Symposium/ Training Programs (related to the specialization of the student)

 

02

Academic Award/Research Award from State Level/National Agencies

01

Academic Award/Research Award from International

Agencies

02

Research / Review Publication in National Journals

01

Research / Review Publication in International Journals

02

 

 

First Year:

 

Course Code

Name of Subject

No. of hours of Theory

No. of hours of Practical

PH1.1

Human Anatomy and Physiology

3

3

PH 1.2

Pharmaceutics

2

3

PH 1.3

Medicinal Biochemistry

3

3

PH 1.4

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry

3

3

PH 1.5

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

2

3

PH 1.6

Remedial Mathematics/ Biology

3

3*

 

* For Biology

 

Second Year:

 

Course Code

Name of Subject

No. of hours of Theory

No. of hours of Practical

PH 2.1

Pathophysiology

3

-

PH 2.2

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

3

3

PH 2.3

Pharmacognosy & Phytopharmaceuticals

3

3

PH 2.4

Pharmacology-I

3

-

PH 2.5

Community Pharmacy

2

-

PH 2.6

Pharmacotherapeutics-I

3

3

 

 

 

Third Year:

 

Course Code

Name of Subject

No. of hours of Theory

No. of hours of Practical

PH 3.1

Pharmacology-II

3

3

PH 3.2

Pharmaceutical Analysis

3

3

PH 3.3

Pharmacotherapeutics-II

3

3

PH 3.4

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

2

-

PH 3.5

Medicinal Chemistry

3

3

PH 3.6

Pharmaceutical Formulations

2

3

 
 

 

Fourth Year:

 

Course Code

Name of Subject

No. of hours of Theory

No. of hours of Practical/ Hospital Posting

PH 4.1

Pharmacotherapeutics-III

3

3

PH 4.2

Hospital Pharmacy

2

3

PH 4.3

Clinical Pharmacy

3

3

PH 4.4

Biostatistics & Research Methodology

2

-

PH 4.5

Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

3

3

PH 4.6

Clinical Toxicology

2

-

 

 

Fifth Year:

 

Course Code

Name of Subject

No. of hours of Theory

No. of hours of Hospital posting*

PH 5.1

Clinical Research

3

-

PH 5.2

Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics

3

-

PH 5.3

Clinical Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacotherapeutic Drug Monitoring

2

-

PH 5.4

Clerkship *

-

-

PH 5

Project work (Six Months)

-

20

 

Attending ward rounds on daily basis.

 
 

Sixth Year:

Internship or residency training including postings in speciality units. Student should independently provide the clinical pharmacy services to the allotted wards.

  • (i) Six months in General Medicine department, and
  • (ii) Two months each in three other speciality departments

 

  • 1. Syllabus. – The syllabus for each subject of study in the said Tables shall be as specified in Appendix -A to these regulations.

 

  • 2. Approval of the authority conducting the course of study. – (1) No person, institution, society or university shall start and conduct Pharm.D or Pharm.D. (Post Baccalaureate) programme without the prior approval of the Pharmacy Council of India.
    • (2) Any person or pharmacy college for the purpose of obtaining permission under sub-section (1) of section 12 of the Pharmacy Act shall submit a scheme as prescribed by the Pharmacy Council of India.
    • (3) The scheme referred to in sub-regulation (2) above, shall be in such form and contain such particulars and be preferred in such manner and be accompanied with such fee as may be prescribed:

Provided that the Pharmacy Council of India shall not approve any institution under these regulations unless it provides adequate arrangements for teaching in regard to building, accommodation, labs, equipments, teaching staff, non- teaching staff, etc., as specified in Appendix-B to these regulations.

 

  • 3. Examination. – (1) Every year there shall be an examination to examine the students.