The B. Pharm Course offered by the School of pharmaceutical sciences is the health care profession that deal with manufacture, sale, and effective use of life saving drugs. 

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility:

10+2 with min. 45% in PCM/PCB

Selection Procedure:

Entrance Test and Personal Interview

Syllabus

Programme Outcome
  • I Semester

    Mathematics-I
    Pharmacognosy-I
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
    Anatomy Physiology & Health Education (APHE)-I
    Pharmaceutics-I (Dispensing & Community Pharmacy)
    Functional English & Communication Skills
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Pharmacognosy-I
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
    Anatomy Physiology & Health Education (APHE)-I
    Pharmaceutics-I (Dispensing & Community Pharmacy)
    Pharmacognosy-I (Dispensing & Community Pharmacy)
  • II Semester

    Anatomy Physiology & Health Education (APHE)-II
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Biochemistry)
    Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & Ethics.
    Pharmacognosy-II
    Pharmaceutics-II (Hospital Pharmacy)
    Anatomy Physiology & Health Education (APHE)-II
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Anatomy Physiology & Health Education (APHE)-II
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Biochemistry)
    Pharmacognosy-II
    Pharmaceutics-II (Hospital Pharmacy)
    Anatomy Physiology & Health Education (APHE)-II
  • III Semester

    Pharmaceutical Analysis-I
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III (Physical Chemistry)
    Pharmaceutics-III (Unit Operations-I including Engineering Drawing)
    Computer Science and Applications
    Mathematics-II
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Pharmaceutical Analysis-I
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III (Physical Chemistry)
    Pharmaceutics-III (Unit Operations-I including Engineering Drawing)
    Computer Science and Applications
  • IV Semester

    Pharmacognosy-III
    Pathophysiology of Common Diseases.
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IV (Organic Chemistry-I)
    Pharmaceutics-IV (Physical Pharmacy)
    Pharmaceutical Analysis-II
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Midwifery and Obstetrical Nursing
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IV (Organic Chemistry-I)
    Pharmaceutics-IV (Physical Pharmacy)
    Pharmaceutical Analysis-II
  • V Semester

    Pharmaceutics-V (Pharmaceutical Technology-I)
    Pharmacology-I
    Pharmacognosy-IV
    Pharmaceutics-VI (Unit Operations-II)
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-V (Organic Chemistry-II)
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Pharmaceutics-V (Pharmaceutical Technology-I)
    Pharmacology-I
    Pharmacognosy-IV
    Pharmaceutics-VI (Unit Operations-II)
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-V (Organic Chemistry-II)
  • VI Semester

    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VI (Medicinal Chemistry-I)
    Pharmaceutics-VII (Pharmaceutical Technology-II)
    Pharmacology-II
    Chemistry of Natural Products
    Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VI (Medicinal Chemistry-I)
    Pharmaceutics-VII (Pharmaceutical Technology-II)
    Pharmacology-II
    Chemistry of Natural Products
    Pharmaceutical Microbiology
  • VII Semester

    Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
    Pharmaceutics-VIII (Bio-pharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics)
    Pharmaceutical Industrial Management
    Pharmacology-III
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VII (Medicinal Chemistry-II)
    Elective (Dissertation, Theory)
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Pharmaceutics-VIII (Bio-pharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics)
    Pharmacology-III
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VII (Medicinal Chemistry-II)
  • VIII Semester

    Pharmaceutics-IX (Dosage Form Design)
    Pharmaceutical Analysis-III
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VIII (Medicinal Chemistry-III)
    Pharmacognosy-V
    Pharmacology-IV (Clinical Pharmacy & Drug interactions)
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    Pharmaceutics-IX (Dosage Form Design)
    Pharmaceutical Analysis-III
    Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VIII (Medicinal Chemistry-III)
    Pharmacognosy-V
    Project related to elective, Seminar presentation on Dissertation
 

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

  • The job avenues are manifold for a pharmacist in the industry, government developments, academics, hospitals, investigation and, research institutes.
  • In government organizations, a pharmacist maintains proper records according to various government Acts governing the profession of pharmacy.
  • M.Pharm. or Ph.D. holders are normally absorbed in research work, to develop useful drugs and production work in pharmaceutical industries and analyzing them for purity and strength.
  • Employment opportunities are galore in cosmetic industries and pharma industries for quality assurance and maintaining safety standards.
  • They can also register with the state pharmacy council, to set up and run their own pharmacy or chemists and druggists shop.
  • Drug control administration and armed forces also offer range of opportunities to pharmacists.
  • Students with masters degree in pharmacy may also take up teaching as a profession in pharmacy colleges and universities.
  • Opportunities are also available in sales promotion work as medical representative.
  • They can work as drug inspectors to ensure the quality of the drugs.
  • They can also work in government dispensaries, CRC and PRC.