Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm.) is a two-year post- graduate academic degree in the field of pharmacy .

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Pharm with min 50% agg.

Selection Procedure: Entrance Test and Personal Interview


Programme Outcome
  • I Semester

    The following three papers are compulsory for the students of all specializations/branches of M.Pharm.

    MPH 1.1.1 TModern Analytical Techniques
    MPH 1.1.2 TAdvanced Pharmaceutical Sciences-I
    MPH 1.1.3 PModern Analytical Techniques and Animal Handling (Practical)
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry

    MPHCH 1.1.1 TMedicinal Chemistry
    MPHCH 1.1.2 TStereochemistry And Reaction Mechanism
    MPHCH 1.1.3 PMedicinal Chemistry (Practical)
  • Pharmaceutics

    MPHPC 1.1.1 TBiopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetic
    MPHPC 1.1.2 TPhysical Pharmaceutics
    MPHPC 1.1.3 PBiopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetic (Practical)
  • Pharmacology

    MPHPC 1.1.1 TClinical Pharmacotherapeutics
    MPHPC 1.1.2 TDrug Development and Evaluation
    MPHPC 1.1.3 PDrug Development and Evaluation (Practical)
  • Pharmacognosy

    MPHPG 1.1.1 TAdvanced Pharmacognosy I
    MPHPG 1.1.1 TAdvanced Pharmacognosy II
    MPHPG 1.1.1 PAdvanced Pharmacognosy I (Practical)
  • Quality Assurance

    MPHQA 1.1.1 TStandardization and Stabilization Methods
    MPHQA 1.1.2 TTotal Quality Management
    MPHQA 1.1.3 PStandardization and Stabilization Methods (Practical)
  • Pharmacy Practice

    MPHPP 1.1.1 TClinical Pharmacotherapeutics
    MPHPP 1.1.1 TDrug Development and Evaluation
    MPHPP 1.1.1 PDrug Development and Evaluation (Practical)
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis

    MPHPA 1.1.1 TPharmaceutical Analysis-I
    MPHPA 1.1.2 TDrug Regulatory Affairs – I
    MPHPA 1.1.3 PPharmaceutical Analysis-I (Practical)
  • Pharmaceutical Management and Regulatory Affairs

    MPHDRA 1.1.1 TPharmaceutical Management-I
    MPHDRA 1.1.1 TDrug Regulatory Affairs – I
    MPHDRA 1.1.1 PDrug Regulatory Affairs – I (Practical)

  • II Semester

    The following two papers are compulsory for the students of all specializations/branches of M.Pharm.

    MPH 1.2.1 TAdvanced Pharmaceutical Sciences-II
    MPH 1.2.2 TResearch Methodology
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry

    MPHCH 1.2.1 TAdvanced Medicinal Chemistry
    MPHCH 1.2.2 TAdvanced Chemistry of Natural Products
    MPHCH 1.2.3 PAdvanced Medicinal Chemistry (Practical)
    MPHCH 1.2.4 PAdvanced Chemistry of Natural Products (Practical)
  • Pharmaceutics

    MPHPS 1.2.1 TAdvanced Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Packaging
    MPHPS 1.2.2 TPhysical Pharmaceutics
    MPHPC 1.2.3 PAdvanced Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Packaging (Practical)
    MPHPC 1.2.4 PNovel Drug Delivery System (Practical)
  • Pharmacology

    MPHPC 1.2.1 TAdvanced Pharmacology
    MPHPC 1.2.2 TMolecular & Clinical Pharmacy
    MPHPC 1.2.3 PAdvanced Pharmacology (Practical)
    MPHPC 1.2.4 PMolecular & Clinical Pharmacy (Practical)
  • Pharmacognosy

    MPHPG 1.2.1 THerbal Drug Formulation & Industrial Pharmacognosy
    MPHPG 1.2.2 TChemistry Of Natural Products
    MPHPG 1.2.3 PHerbal Drug Formulation & Industrial Pharmacognosy (Practical)
    MPHPG 1.2.4 PChemistry Of Natural Products (Practical)
  • Quality Assurance

    MPHQA 1.2.1 TSpecial Techniques in Drug Analysis
    MPHQA 1.2.2 TPharm. Quality Assurance
    MPHQA 1.2.3 PSpecial Techniques in Drug Analysis (Practical)
    MPHQA 1.2.4 PPharm. Quality Assurance (Practical)
  • Pharmaceutical Management And Regulatory Affairs

    MPHDRA 1.2.1 TPharmaceutical Management-II
    MPHDRA 1.2.2 TDrug Regulatory Affairs - II
    MPHDRA 1.2.3 TPharmaceutical Management-II (Practical)
    MPHDRA 1.2.4 TDrug Regulatory Affairs-II (Practical)
  • Pharmacy Practice

    MPHPP 1.2.1 TPharmacotherapeutics
    MPHPP 1.2.2 THospital and Clinical Pharmacy
    MPHPP 1.2.3 PPharmacotherapeutics (Practical)
    MPHPP 1.2.4 PHospital and Clinical Pharmacy (Practical)
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis

    MPHPA 1.2.1 TPharmaceutical Analysis-II
    MPHPA 1.2.2 TPharm. Quality Assurance
    MPHPA 1.1.3 PPharmaceutical Analysis-II (Practical)
    MPHPA 1.2.4 PPharm. Quality Assurance (Practical)

  • III Semester

    MPH 2.3.1 Introduction to dissertation
    MPH 2.3.2 Mid Term Dissertation
  • IV Semester

    MPH. 2.4.1Pre-Submission Dissertation Seminar
    MPH 2.4.2Final Dissertation

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

  • The job avenues are manifold for a pharmacist in the industry, government departments, academics, hospitals, investigation and research institutes.
  • In government departments, 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, new useful drugs and production work in pharmaceutical industry 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 a 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 representatives.
  • They can work as drug inspectors to ensure the quality of the drugs
  • They can also work in government dispensaries, CHC and PHC.