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M.PHARM (PHARMACY PRACTICE)

Program Objectives

To provide solid foundation in pharmacy possessing basic knowledge and comprehensive understanding of Profession of Pharmacy.

To prepare student Post-graduates for a successful career in Pharmacy Profession with effective planning skills, problem analyzing skills, leadership skills, communication skills, and professional ethics.

To train student Post-graduates in learning, selecting, and applying appropriate methods, procedures, and resources of modern tools in Pharmacy Profession.

Create dynamic and proficient Pharmacists for their successful careers in Pharmaceutical industry, academia, government organization, hospitals, and other organizations and as an entrepreneur.

To inculcate in student Post-graduates, ability to gain multidisciplinary knowledge through innovative projects, visiting research institutions, health care communities, health promoters, employees and employers.

To undertake collaborative projects which tender prospects for continuous interaction between academia and industry.

To inculcate the working together culture for research presentations and recognition through appropriate student identification and student club activities and journal club presentations.

The Post-Graduates will develop interpersonal skills such as influencing others, negotiating and working with others, conflict management and leading others through the problem-solving process. They will be able to lead and function both individually and as a member of a team.

The Post-Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities as per pharmaceutical jurisprudence. They will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in all disciplines of Pharmaceutical sciences and develop a sound pharmaceutical care plan to manage medication-related problems. They will retrieve, evaluate, and apply current drug information in the delivery of pharmaceutical care and assure safe and accurate preparation and dispensing of medications.

The Post-Graduates will demonstrate the impact of pharmacy knowledge on the society and also will be aware of modern issues. They will create awareness of healthcare issues through interactions with others and will gain a sense of self-respect towards community and citizenship.

The Post-graduates will swear by a code of ethics of Pharmacy Council of India in relation to community and shall act as integral part of a health care system. They will demonstrate honesty, integrity, ethical understanding, and respect for others and will carry out their professional responsibilities by adhering to high ethical standards.

The Post-graduates will acquire excellent interpersonal oral communication and writing skills. They will be able to demonstrate knowledge and proficiency with current audio-visual presentation technologies and develop an ability to communicate scientific knowledge in non-expert/lay term by adopting various modes of scientific communications (e.g., abstract, manuscripts, project reports, oral and poster presentations etc). This will allow effective exchange of professional information.

The Post-Graduates will master the key concepts in the discipline of their interest in pharmaceutical sciences. They will demonstrate these skills to use modern pharmaceutical tools, software, and equipments to analyze & solve problems.

Program Outcomes (PO)

PO1: Pharmaceutical Sciences knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, pharmaceutical fundamentals, and a Pharmacy specialization to the solution of complex Pharmaceutical problems.

PO2: Pharmacy Profession: To provide student graduates with solid foundation in Pharmacy knowledge this includes possessing basic knowledge and comprehensive understanding of the Profession of Pharmacy.

PO3: Problem Analysis: To prepare student graduates for a successful career in Pharmacy Profession with effective planning skills, problem analyzing skills, leadership skills, research skills, presentation skills, communication skills and professional ethics.

PO4: Application oriented Knowledge: The knowledge of biopharmaceutics enables the students to visualize the effect of pharmacokinetic (ADMET) parameters on the biological effect of the drug. The correlation of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics is thus introduced and is experimentally explained to them.

PO5: Environment and Sustainability: Enable extension of pharmaceutical dosage forms, and enables the students to learn about different packaging materials used in pharmaceutical industry and the factors governing their use.

PO6: Conduct investigations of complex problems: To understand biopharmaceutical principles and pharmacokinetic principles through different compartment models, multiple dosage regimens, non-linear pharmacokinetics, and assessment of bioavailability and bioequivalence.

PO7: Effective Citizenship: Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity centered national development, and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.

PO8: Ethics: Recognize different value systems including your own, understand the moral dimensions of your decisions, and accept responsibility for them.

PO9: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the issues of environmental contexts and sustainable development.

PO10: Self-directed and Life-long Learning: Acquire the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context socio-technological changes.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PSO1: Impart knowledge on practice of pharmacy including provision for pharmaceutical care services to both healthcare professionals and patients in clinical settings.

PSO2: To impart knowledge on different treatment approaches, optimization of drug therapy, and evidence-based medications.

PSO3: To impart knowledge and skills in hospital pharmacy and community pharmacy settings.

PSO4: To impart knowledge and skills for clinical research, conceptualization, designing, conducting, and managing clinical trials.

PSO5: To impart knowledge on drug information, interpretation of laboratory data, patient medication counseling, medication history interviews,
treatment chart reviews, preparation of study protocols, and preparation of informed consent.

PSO6: To impart basic knowledge and skills to practice quality use of medicines, in clinical practice, analysis of risk and benefits, and identify medication related problems.

PSO7: To gain knowledge in preparation of rationale for drug therapy individualized therapeutic plans based on diagnosis, alternatives of therapy, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices and adverse effects.

PSO8: To train the students and develop their technical skill knowledge in computer simulations, population modelings and through in vitro and in vivo studies.

PSO9: To create a talent pool by involving students in research projects and to make students undertake research projects under faculty guidance for publication.

PSO10: To foster ambitious desire among students to undertake higher studies and career growth.

Curriculum & Syllabus  


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