Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharmacy)

Bachelor of Pharmacy is an undergraduatedegree where by students have career options in academics, community pharmacy, clinical pharmacy and drug research. The degree is the basic prerequisite for registration to practice as a pharmacist in many countries and it is about understanding the properties and impacts of medicines and developing the skills required to counsel patients about their use. The goal is to provide qualified pharmacist who could provide pharmaceutical services to the community and hospital, specialize in research & technology, manage pharmaceutical services and scientific research. With global opportunities this program enables excellence and a great sense of accomplishment.

 

Program Objectives

  • Inspire values that pharmacists should be the vital members of the health care team and community.
  • Train professionals who focus on improving the quality of life and facilitate postgraduate training and research.
  • Work in an industry as a production manager, marketing manager or quality control manager.
  • Provide placements in government and private sectors in vital areas such as community, pharmacy, clinical pharmacy, hospital, pharmacy, regulatory control and drug management.
  • Enable competent handling of drug procurement.
  • Conduct need based research studies in various settings and utilize the research findings to improve the quality of pharmaceuticals.
  • Demonstrate awareness and contribute towards advancement of self and of the profession.

 

Course Duration

  • Four Academic Years

 

Course Structure

Subjects Hrs/wk Hrs/yr Marks
First Year
Theory
1. Human Anatomy, Physiology and  Pathology 3 105 100
2. Biochemistry 3 105 100
3. Chemistry I 3 105 100
4. Chemistry II 3 105 100
5. Pharmacognosy I 3 105 100
6. Math, Stat and Research Methodology 3 105 100
7. Social  Pharmacy 1 35 50
Total 19 665 650
Practicals
1. Biochemistry 3 105 100
2. Chemistry I 3 105 100
3. Chemistry II 3 105 100
4. Pharmacognosy I 3 105 100
5. Social Pharmacy 3 105 100
Total 15 525 500
Total 34 1190 1150
Second Year
Theory
1. Pharmaceutical Microbiology 3 105 100
2. Pharmaceutics I (Physical Pharmacy) 3 105 100
3. Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics I 3 105 100
4. Biopharmaceutics, Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics 3 105 100
5. Pharmacognosy II 3 105 100
6. Medicinal Chemistry I 3 105 100
Total 18 630 600
Practicals
1. Pharmaceutical Microbiology 3 105 100
2. Pharmaceutics I (Physical Pharmacy) 3 105 100
3. Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics I 3 105 100
4. Biopharmaceutics, Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics 3 105 100
5. Pharmacognosy II 3 105 100
6. Medicinal Chemistry I 3 105 100
Total 18 630 600
Total 36 1260 1200
Third Year
Theory
1. Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics II 3 105 100
2. Enterpreneurship and Pharmacoeconomics 3 105 100
3. Pharmaceutics II (Various Dosage Forms and

Formulation)

3 105 100
4. Pharmaceutics III (Industrial Pharmacy) 3 105 100
5. Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance I 3 105 100
6. Medicinal Chemistry II 3 105 100
7. Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 1 35 50
Total 19 665 650
Practicals
1. Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics II 3 105 100
2. Pharmaceutics (II and III) 3 105 100
3. Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance I 3 105 100
4. Medicinal Chemistry II 3 105 100
5. Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 1 35 50
Total 13 455 450
Total 32 1120 1100
Fourth Year
Theory
1. Pharmaceutical Engineering and Drawing 3 105 100
3. Clinical and Hospital Pharmacy 3 105 100
2. Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance II 3 105 100
4. Ayurvedic Pharmacy 1 35 50
Total 10 350 350
Practicals
1. Pharmaceutical Engineering and Drawing 3 105 100
2. Clinical and Hospital Pharmacy 3 105 100
3. Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance II 3 105 100
4. Ayurvedic Pharmacy 1 35 50
Total 10 350 350
Total 20 700 700
 Dissertation 3 months 100
Inplant Training 2 and 1/2 months 100

PROGRAM FEATURES

  • Institution TU/ IOM
  • Level Bachelor
  • Seats Available 30
  • Duration 4 Years
  • Class Starts 2nd December
  • Class Time 7am to 2pm

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