Bachelor of Pharmacy B. Pharm

School of Pharmaceutical Sciences

The B. Pharm Courses offered by the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences serve the healthcare industry, which deals with the manufacture, sale, and effective use of life saving drugs. Apart from acquiring knowledge of their core area of Pharmaceutical sciences, the students also gain knowledge of various aspects of Management like -Marketing, General Management, Research Methodology, Finance, Human Resource, Production Management, International business, Operations and Information Technology.

Key Information

Duration

4 Years

Eligibility

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

Selection Procedure

Entrance Test + PI

Scholarship

As per University norms

Industry Internship Programme

School of Pharmaceutical Sciences sends the B.Pharm students for Internship in Industries in the 3rd Year of the B.Pharm programme.

Pedagogy

  • Use of ICT enabled tools (Powerpoint Presentation, Smart Classes, You tube videos, Softwares, Webinars).
  • Use of review and research papers in teaching practice.
  • Online study platforms- Bentham Sciences etc.
  • Plethora of Pharmaceutical Journals in Library.

Programme Structure

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology I-Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis I-Theory
  • Pharmaceutics I-Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Theory
  • Communication Skills – Theory*
  • Remedial Biology/Remedial Mathematics – Theory*
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis I-Practical
  • Pharmaceutics I-Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemisty – Practical
  • Communication Skills – Practical*
  • Remedial Biology – Practical*
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory
  • Biochemistry – Theory
  • Pathophysiology – Theory
  • Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory*
  • Environmental Sciences – Theory*
  • Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Practical
  • Biochemistry – Practical
  • Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Practical*
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II-Theory
  • Physical Pharmaceutics I - Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Practical
  • Physical Pharnaceutics I – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering - Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III-Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory
  • Physical Pharmaceuties II – Theory
  • Pharmacology I – Theory
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytechomestry I – Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical
  • Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical
  • Pharmacology I – Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phyochemistry I - Practical
  • Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory
  • Industrial Pharmacy I – Theory
  • Pharmacology II – Theory
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory
  • Industrial Pharmacy I – Practical
  • Pharmacology II – Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytechemistry II - Practical
  • Medicine Chemistry III – Theory
  • Pharmacology III – Theory
  • Herbal Drug Technology – Theory
  • Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance – Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry III – Practical
  • Pharmacology III – Practical
  • Herbal Drug Technology – Practical
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory
  • Industrial Pharmacy II – Theory
  • Pharmacy Practice – Theory
  • Novel Drug Delivery System – Theory
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Practical
  • Practice School*
  • Biostatistics and Research Methodology
  • Social and Preventive Pharmacy
  • Pharma Marketing Management
  • Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals
  • Computer Aided Drug Design
  • Cell and Molecular Biology
  • Cosmetic Science
  • Experimental Pharmacology (Pharmacological Screening Methods)
  • Advanced Instrumentation Techniques
  • Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals
  • Pharmaceutical Product Development
  • Project Work

Career Prospects

  • The job avenues are manifold for a pharmacist, for example, in the industry, academics, hospitals, investigation, research institutes, and development of various areas in the Government sector.
  • In government organizations, a pharmacist maintains proper records according to various government Acts governing the profession of pharmacy.
  • 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 chemist shops.
  • Drug control administration and armed forces also offer a range of opportunities to pharmacists.
  • After doing M.Pharm or Ph.D., the students are normally absorbed in research work, to develop useful drugs and production work in pharmaceutical industries and analysing them for purity and strength.
  • Opportunities are also available in sales promotion work as Medical Representatives.
  • They can work as drug inspectors to ensure the quality of drugs.
  • They can also work in government dispensaries, CHC and PHC.
  • Students with master’s degrees in pharmacy may also take up teaching as a profession in pharmacy colleges and universities.
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