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BACHELOR IN PHARMACY (B.PHARM. – 4 YEARS )

This course is a four year programme based on semester wise examination system which includes theory and practical’s besides individual hospital and industrial training.

Eligibility:

  1. Through UPSEE
  2. Direct admission on vacant seat: 12th with 45% marks in Physics Chemistry Biology OR Physics Chemistry Mathematics for General and OBC category and 40 % for SC/ST category.
  3. Other Criteria As Per Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University Norms.
  4. Management quota
 

Syllabus:-

  1. FIRST SEMESTER (Download)
    • BP101T – Human Anatomy and Physiology– Theory
    • BP102T – Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory
    • BP103T – Pharmaceutics I – Theory
    • BP104T – Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry– Theory
    • BP105T – Communication Skills – Theory
    • BP106RBT/BP106RMT – Remedial Biology/Mathematics – Theory
    • BP107P – Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical
    • BP108P – Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical
    • BP109P – Pharmaceutics I – Practical
    • BP110P –  Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry– Practical
    • BP111P  – Communication Skills – Practical
    • BP112RBP – Remedial Biology– Practical
  2. SECOND SEMESTER (Download)
    • BP201T  – Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory
    • BP202T – Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory
    • BP203T – Biochemistry – Theory
    • BP204T – Pathophysiology – Theory
    • BP205T – Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory
    • BP206T – Environmental Sciences – Theory
    • BP207P – Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Practical
    • BP208P – Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Practical
    • BP209P – Biochemistry – Practical
    • BP210P – Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Practical
  3. THIRD SEMESTER  (Download)
    • BP301T – Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory
    • BP302T – Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory
    • BP303T – Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory
    • BP304T – Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory
    • BP305P – Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II –Practical
    • BP306P – Physical Pharmaceutics I – Practical
    • BP307P – Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Practical
    • BP308P – Pharmaceutical Engineering –Practical
    • KVE301 – Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics
  4. FOURTH SEMESTER  (Download)
    • BP401T – Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III – Theory
    • BP402T – Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory
    • BP403T – Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory
    • BP404T – Pharmacology I – Theory
    • BP405T – Pharmacognosy I – Theory
    • BP406P – Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical
    • BP407P – Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical
    • BP408P – Pharmacology I – Practical
    • BP409P – Pharmacognosy I – Practical
  5. FIFTH SEMESTER  (Download)
    • BP501T – Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory
    • BP502T – Industrial Pharmacy I– Theory
    • BP503T – Pharmacology II – Theory
    • BP504T – Pharmacognosy II – Theory
    • BP505T – Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory
    • BP506P – Industrial Pharmacy I– Practical
    • BP507P – Pharmacology II – Practical
    • BP508P – Pharmacognosy II – Practical
  6. SIXTH SEMESTER  (Download)
    • BP601T – Medicinal Chemistry III – Theory
    • BP602T – Pharmacology III – Theory
    • BP603T – Herbal Drug Technology – Theory
    • BP604T – Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics – Theory
    • BP605T – Pharmaceutical Biotechnology– Theory
    • BP606T – Quality Assurance– Theory
    • BP607P – Medicinal chemistry III – Practical
    • BP608P – Pharmacology III – Practical
    • BP609P – Herbal Drug Technology – Practical
  7. SEVENTH SEMESTER  (Download)
    • RPH-733/RPH-741 – Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VIII (Medicinal Chemistry-III)/Pharmaceutics-XI Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management – Theory
    • RPH-734/ RPH-740 – Pharmaceutics-IX (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics)/Pharmaceutics-X Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory
    • RPH-735 – Pharmacology-III (Pharmacology & Pharmacovigilance) – Theory
    • RPH-736 – Pharmacognosy-IV – Theory
    • RPH-737 – Pharmaceutical Analysis-III (Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance) – Theory
    • RPH-734P/RPH-740P – Pharmaceutics-IX (Biopharmaceutics &
      Pharmacokinetics) Practical/Pharmaceutics-X (Pharmaceutical Biotechnology) – Practical
    • RPH-735P – Pharmacology-III (Pharmacology & Pharmacovigilance) – Practical
    • RPH-736P – Pharmacognosy-IV- Practical
    • RPH-737P – Pharmaceutical Analysis-III (Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance) – Practical
    • RPH-738P – Hospital Training-II
  8. EIGHTH SEMESTER  (Download)
    • RPH-839 – Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IX (Chemistry of Natural Products)
    • RPH-840/RPH-834 – Pharmaceutics-X Pharmaceutical Biotechnology/ Pharmaceutics-IX (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics)
    • RPH-841/RPH-833 – Pharmaceutics-XI Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management/Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VIII (Medicinal Chemistry-III)
    • RPH-842 – Pharmaceutics-XII (Food & Nutraceuticals)
    • RPH-843 – Elective
      • Computational Methods in Drug
        Design
      • Good Manufacturing Practices
      • Clinical Pharmacy
      • Standardization of Herbal Drugs Research Methodology)
    •  RPH-839P – Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IX (Chemistry of Natural Products) Practical
    • RPH-840P/RPH-834P – Pharmaceutics-X Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Practical/Pharmaceutics-IX (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics) Practical
    • RPH-842P – Pharmaceutics-XII (Food & Neutraceuticals) Practical
    • RPH-843P – Elective
      • Computational Methods in Drug
        Design Project
      • Good Manufacturing Practices Project
      • Clinical Pharmacy Project
      • Standardization of Herbal Drugs Project
      • Research Methodology Project
    • RPH-844P – Report on Industrial/ Research Laboratory Visit

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Herbal and Medicinal Garden

The college has a medicinal herbal garden with approximately 100 kinds of medicinal herbs and plants. The medicinal herbal garden also works as a natural green zone on campus and plants have medicinal and aromatic properties. This helps the students to see and learn about the plants in their natural habitat. This provides plants material for conducting the practical’s and researches of students