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Pharm.D (Post Bacclaureate)

Program Objectives

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

To prepare student 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 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 graduates, ability to gain multidisciplinary knowledge through innovative projects, visiting research institutions, health care communities, health promoters, employees and employers

To nourish and cultivate the knowledge and technical skills in the domain of Pharmaceutical Sciences through contemporary learning tools

To create the instinct of research in drug discovery and development through interdisciplinary approach

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

To enhance the study habits in the modernized scenario, newer tools like voice power point presentations, blended lectures, and ibooks will be included in regular basis

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

To promote alumni network and create a ardent belief of our University constantly striving for excellence in whatever filed of work they are involved in

Program Outcomes (PO)

PO1: Life Sciences Knowledge: Impart fundamental knowledge of physiology, anatomy, formulation science, and applied biochemistry, Chemistry of organic and inorganic compounds as per the monographs

PO2: Pathology and Pharmacology knowledge: Impart a thorough knowledge of relevant aspects of pathophysiological mechanisms, application of microbiology in pharmacy field, medical uses of natural drugs, and Pharmacological aspects of drugs

PO3: Community Pharmacy knowledge: To improve skills such as dispensing of drugs, ensure safe medication usage, patient counseling and improve patient care in community pharmacy set up

PO4: Clinical Pharmacist Knowledge: To enhance practical clinical discussions, attending ward rounds, follow-up progress of patients, case presentation at discharge are imbibed through hospital postings

PO5: Environment and sustainability: To understand the instrumental techniques applied in Good Laboratory Practice and following ICH-GCP guidelines, total quality management, quality review and documentation and study of regulatory bodies such as Drugs and Cosmetics Act, CDSCO guidelines, pertaining to regulatory environment

PO6: Design/Development of solutions: To study the modern concept of rational drug design such as Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship, Computer Aided Drug Design and concept of antisense molecules

PO7: 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

PO8: Toxicology Knowledge: To understand the toxicological aspects of individual class of xenobiotics such as pesticides, opiates, NSAIDs, Caustics, radiation, heavy metals, plant, food poisonings, snake bites, and envenomations

PO9: Ethics: To understand the clinical aspects of drug development, such as phases, ethical issues, and roles and responsibilities of clinical trial personnel, design of clinical study documents, data management and safety monitoring in clinical trials

PO10: Problem analysis and learning: In house scientific and social poster competition, Case study presentations, prescription auditing, and contribution to drug information centre

PO11: The Clinical Pharmacist and society – Participation in hospital camps, disease awareness programs will inculcate the social responsibility of the clinical pharmacists

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

PSO1: Preparation of individualized therapeutic plans based on diagnosis, monitoring therapy, through identification of alternatives, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects

PSO2: To know various drug distribution methods, know the professional practice management skills in hospital pharmacies, provide unbiased drug information to the doctors, appreciate practice based research methods, and appreciate stores management and inventory control

PSO3: To detect, assess, and monitor adverse drug reactions, interpret selected laboratory results of specific disease states, retrieve, analyze, interpret and formulate drug or medicine information

PSO4: To apply the pharmacoepidemiological methods like drug utilization review, cohort studies, meta-analysis, prescription event monitoring and study on vaccine safety, risk management and drug induced birth defects, pharmacoeconomic evaluation for cost-minimization, cost-benefit, cost-effectiveness, and cost-utility evaluations

PSO5: To establish industry institute partnership cell to bridge the gap between the industrial requirements and the academic curriculum

PSO6: To improve patient care in performing medication history, interpretations of laboratory data of biological samples, identifying potential-drug related influences of Pharmacotherapy

PSO7: To establish systems management as an entrepreneur through inventory control, distribution systems, documentation, analysis of financial resources, utilizing management theories, and information technology in industrial Pharmacy and Business Management

PSO8: To train the students and develop their technical skill knowledge for handling sophisticated analytical instruments

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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