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M.Pharm - Master of Pharmacy

Master of Pharmacy a post graduate course run by Government College of Pharmacy and is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The eligibility for admission is B.Pharm from any recognised university of India with a minimum of 55% marks (aggregate of 4 years).

For SC/ST Category-I candidates, the prescribed percentage of marks will be 50% of the maximun marks in the qualifying examinations for Karnataka State Students.

Duration of Course:


The course of M.Pharm will extend over a period of two academic years. The curricula and syllabi for the course will be prescribed from time to time byRGUHS.

A choice of 4 disciplines are available at present, the areas are as follows:-

1) Pharmaceutical Chemistry
2) Pharmaceutics,
3) Pharmacognosy
4) Pharmacology
M.PHARM PART - I EXAMINATION
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION (ALL BRANCHES)

THEORY


Subjects

Duration of Practical

Sessional Maximum Marks

Maximum for Laboratory Presentation / Workshop Presentation

Total

Paper - I
Modern Pharma Analysis

6

50

100

150

Paper- II

6

50

100

150

Paper III

6

50

100

150

Paper -IV

6

50

100

150

PRACTICAL

Subjects

Number of Papers

Duration of Papers (Hours)

Sessional Maximum Marks

Maximum Marks of Written Paper

Total

Paper - I
Modern Pharma Analysis

1

3

50

100

150

Paper- II

1

3

50

100

150

Paper III

1

3

50

100

150

Paper -IV

1

3

50

100

150

 

Specialization

Paper II

Paper III

Paper IV

Pharmaceutical chemistry

Advanced pharmaceutical chemistry

Medicinal chemistry-1
(Drug Design)

Medicinal chemistry-2
(Natural Products)

Pharmaceutics

Preformulation and Production Management

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics

Advances in Drug Delivery Systems

Pharmacognosy

Advanced Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Industrial Pharmacognosy

Medicinal Plant Biotechnology

Pharmacology

Advanced Pharmacology and Toxicology

Pharmacological Screening methods & Clinical Evaluation

Molecular Biology

Dissertation:

A candidate presenting himself / herself for M.Pharm examination submits to the Registrar(Evaluation), six months before commencement of the examination five typed copies of a dissertation embodying the candidates own work and investigations under direct guidance of a recognized teacher.

Internal assessment:

Two sessional examinations shall be conducted during the academic year by the college. The average marks oftwo examinations separately for theory and practical shall be computed for the declaration of Results.

Attendance:

The candidates are normally expected to attend all allotted work period (both theory and practicals) in each of the prescribed subject. They should attend80%of the total number of classes conducted in each of the subject to be eligible to appear for the university examination in that subject.

Internal assessment:

Three sessional examinations shall be conducted during the academic year by the college. The average marks of best two examinations, separately for theory and practical shall be computed for the declaration of Results.

Attendance:

The candidates are normally expected to attend all allotted work period (both theory and practicals) in each of the prescribed subject. They should attend80%of the total number of classes conducted in each of the subject to be eligible to appear for the university examination in that subject.
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B.Pharm - Bachelor of Pharmacy

The course of study of B.Pharm I, II, III and IV year will include the respective theory and practical subjects as given in the tables below. The number of hours to be devoted to each theory, tutorial and practical subjects in an academic year will not be less than that noted below.

Duration of course:

The course of B.Pharm will extend over a period of four academic years. The curricula and syllabi for the course will be prescribed from time to time byRGUHS.

COURSES OF STUDY FOR B.PHARM
I B.PHARM


Code No

Subject

Theory Hours/Week

Practical Hours/Week

Tutorials Per batch of 20 Students Hours/ Week

1.1

Human Anatomy and Physiology

03

03

01

1.2

Pharmaceutics (Dispensing &
General Pharmacy)

02

03

01

1.3

Pharmacognosy

02

03

01

1.4

Pharmaceutical Organic
Chemistry - I

03

03

01

1.5

Pharmaceutical Inorganic
Chemistry - I

03

03

01

1.6

Mathematics or Biology

03/02

00/02

Nil

1.7

Computer Science and Statistics

03

02

Nil

II B.PHARM


Code No

Subject

Theory Hours/Week

Practical Hours/Week

Tutorials Per batch of 20 Students Hours/ Week

2.1

Physical Pharmaceutics

03

03

01

2.2

Pharmaceutical Microbiology &
Biotechnology

03

03

02

2.3

Pathophysiology

03

00

02

2.4

Applied Biochemistry

03

03

01

2.5

Pharmaceutical Organic
Chemistry - II

03

03

02

III B.PHARM


Code No

Subject

Theory Hours/Week

Practical Hours/Week

Tutorials Per batch of 20 Students Hours/ Week

3.1

Medicinal Chemistry - I

03

03

02

3.2

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

02

00

02

3.3

Pharmacognosy and Phyto
Chemistry

03

03

02

3.4

Pharmaceutical Engineering

03

04

02

3.5

Pharmacology

03

00

02

IV B.PHARM


Code No

Subject

Theory Hours/Week

Practical Hours/Week

Tutorials Per batch of 20 Students Hours/ Week

4.1

Pharmaceutical Technolgy and
Biopharmaceutics

03

03

01

4.2

Instrumental and Biomedical
Analysis

02

03

01

4.3

Pharmacology and Toxicology

02

04

01

4.4

Medicinal Chemistry- II

03

03

01

4.5

Industrial Pharmacognosy

02

03

01

4.6

ELECTIVE :
I. Industrial Pharmacy

a. Advanced Industrial Pharmacy
b. Pharmaceutical Marketing and Management
OR
II. Pharmacy Practice:
a. Pharmacokinetics and
Therapeutic drug monitoring
b. Clinical and Hospital
Pharmacy


02

02


02


02


00

00


00


00


01

00


01


01

Internal assessment:
Three sessional examinations shall be conducted during the academic year by the college. The average marks of best two examinations, separately for theory and practical shall be computed for the declaration of Results.

Attendance:
The candidates are normally expected to attend all allotted work period (both theory and practicals) in each of the prescribed subject. They should attend80%of the total number of classes conducted in each of the subject to be eligible to appear for the university examination in that subject.

D.Pharm - Diploma in Pharmacy

The course of study in Diploma in Pharmacy comprises of Part-I and Part-II. There shall be an examination in the first year on the subjects of Part-I and an examination in the second year comprising the Part-II subjects.

Duration of course:

The course of academic training is of 2 years duration with minimum of 180 working days per year followed by a practical training not less than 500 hours.

PART – I

Subject

Number of Hours of Theory

Number of Hours of Practical

Pharmaceutics - I

75

100

Pharmaceutical Chemistry - I

75

75

Pharmacognosy

75

75

Biochemistry & Clinical pathology

50

75

Human Anatomy & Physiology

75

50

Human Education and
Community Pharmacy

50

--

Total

400

375

PART – II

Subject

Number of Hours of Theory

Number of Hours of Practical

Pharmaceutics - II

75

100

Pharmaceutical Chemistry - II

100

75

Pharmacology and Toxicology

75

50

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

50

--

Drugs Store and Business
Management

75

--

Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy

75

50

Total

450

275

Internal assessment:

Three sessional examinations shall be conducted during the academic year by the college. The average marks of best two examinations, separately for theory and practical shall be computed for the declaration of Results.

Attendance:

The candidates are normally expected to attend all allotted work period (both theory and practicals) in each of the prescribed subject. They should attend 80%of the total number of classes conducted in each of the subject to be eligible to appear for the university examination in that subject.

 
 
 
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