The Master of Science of pharmacy (M. Pharmacy) is the standard master’s degree program in pharmacy. It is based on a credit system higher than the normal bachelor of pharmacy degree (B. Pharmacy) and the American pharmaceutical diploma doctor of pharmacy, (Pharm D). The M. Pharm. course is designed to provide students with comprehensive and practical training for a career in pharmacy. Pharmaceutics is the discipline of pharmacy that deals with all facets of the process of turning a new chemical entity (NCE) into a medication able to be safely and effectively used by patients in the community. Pharmaceutics is the science of dosage form design. The course is taught through a combination of lectures, study projects, tutorials, Practical assignments, seminars and interactive sessions.
It provides emphasis on research, clinical experience and interaction with the public. It provides training to the students with a range of skills required for effective pharmacy practice.
Duration: 2 years
Qualification: B. Pharm. with a minimum aggregates of 60% for general candidates and OBC & 55% for SC/ST candidates.
Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharmacy) is an under-graduate professional course in the field of healthcare sector. The motto of the course is to provide comprehensive training and understanding about the properties and impacts of medicines. It is planned with an emphasis on research, clinical research and interaction with the public. It provides training to the students on the development, uses along with route of administration of drugs. Pharmacists can counsel and interact with patients and other health professionals. The time duration of the B. Pharmacy is four years.
The course focuses on specialization in the field of pharmacy like Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Forensic Pharmacy and Pharmacognosy etc.
The course is taught by seminars, study projects, lectures and practical laboratories along with discussion sessions. Good library facility, computer center and adequate infrastructure like facilities are provided by the college for the students.
Qualification for admission in Ist year: 10 + 2 with PCM/PCB subjects.
Minimum 50% marks in 3 subjects (PCB/PCM) from a recognized education board and 40 % for SC/ST or through UPSEE.
Qualification for admission in IInd year (Lateral entry):
Diploma in Pharmacy with minimum aggregates of 50% for general & OBC and 45% for SC/ST.
Duration: 4 Years (8 semester, full time course)
Lecturer for D. Pharmacy colleges
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