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B PHARMACY
1. Scientific Thinking : Enable student’s knowledge in scientific perception to understand the concepts and to solve the problems positively while making pharmaceutical formulations.
2. Analytical Skills : Assimilate and develop analytical skills using advanced equipment to design and evaluate pharmaceutical products, also to assess their quality.
3. Resource Management : Utilize and manage resources from natural, semi synthetic and synthetic origin to develop real time products with utmost benefit and safety.
4.Public Health Care : Promote and empower the healthy living in the community by various means of awareness and health strategies.
5. Entrepreneurship : Acquire and develop entrepreneurship and administration skills to establish community pharmacy, learning and training centers for the long term well being of society.
M. PHARMACY PROGRAMME PHARMACEUTICS (MPH) / INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY (MIP)
1.Formulation strategies: To impart practical knowledge, expertise to develop, design disease-centric formulations, targeting approaches using current, advanced scientific principles for better patient care and compliance.
2. Emerging science: To introduce knowledge about emerging cutting-edge technologies and their application in pharmaceutical field with better formulations for effective treatments.
3.Computational literacy: To demonstrate the use of artificial intelligence, computer programs or software applications useful in screening formulations, interpretation of experimental data and their validation.
4. Pharmaceutical regulations: To understand the objectives, roles, functions of various pharmaceutical regulatory bodies governing quality, safety and efficacy of pharmaceuticals from manufacturing to patient door.
M.PHARMACY PROGRAMME PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS (MPA)
01To deal with various hyphenated instrumental techniques for identification, characterization and quantification of drugs.
02To provide studies on drug bioavailability, pharmacodynamics, cell culture techniques and ensure the efficacy and safety use of herbal medicine according to AYUSH guidelines.
03To understand calibration, validation methodologies and their applications in industry.
04To determine the assay of drugs by spectroscopical and chromatographical methods and preservatives in food and food products.
05To understand quality assurance aspects of pharmaceutical industries such as cGMP, documentation, certification, GLP and other regulatory guidelines.
06To create a talent pool by involving students in research projects under the guidance of faculty and for publishing their research work.
07To impart knowledge about extraction and separation of drugs from biological samples by different analytical techniques.
08To deal with detection of impurities in pharmaceutical formulations and development of protocol for stability testing of products.
M. PHARMACY PROGRAMME PHARMACOLOGY ( MPL)
Integrative and Applied Learning : An Approach where learning through connections and relativity to the concepts of theoretical aspect with preclinical experimentation. Apply knowledge and skills developed in traditional classroom learning to hands-on and real-world settings.
Biological Research : Demonstrate an understanding of the action of drugs, and test samples with isolated organs or non invasive methods by in-vitro and in-vivo techniques. Biological research leads to analyze and compare the safety and toxicity of products at initiation.
Technical Advancements : Exhibit the usage of various advanced equipment to analyze and assess the potency of drug by using the animals. Creates innovative screening methods and best practices to identify and evaluate parameters for various pharmacological activities.
Ethical Reasoning : Apply ethical principles to validate the pre clinical experiments. Plan, implement and evaluate the procedures as per the CPCSEA guidelines. Enhance the functional skills and transparency by record keeping.
Employability: Acquire in depth knowledge on life sciences and exhibit critical thinking, problem solving and decision making to enhance employability. Apply skill based knowledge in various sectors and relate the principles of scientific advancement.
M.PHARMACY PROGRAMME PHARMACEUTICAL REGULATORY AFFAIRS (MRA)
01Gain the respective background information, regulatory framework and necessary resources to understand how pharmaceutical products are regulated in different countries and how regulatory affairs professionals can help organizations navigate through regulatory obstacles.
02Apply the relevant regulations, policies, guidance documents as well as important initiatives with respect to pharmaceuticals, biologicals, natural health products and various other therapeutic products.
03 The course also helps students to discuss on how regulatory affairs professionals add value to various organizations and opportunities available within the industry.
04Students able to develop and enhance communication skills, including verbal, nonverbal and written which is essential in professional environments of regulatory affairs. Students learn proper writing, editing and comprehension strategies.
05Students gain knowledge of project management processes and their application to regulatory submissions. This course equips students with skills necessary for global regulatory submissions, from selection of submission type to planning and preparing such submissions for review by respective regulatory agencies.
06Students become familiar with the legislative framework and regulations that guide the selection and designation of medical products globally. Case studies are used to provide practical experience in applying international regulations and legislations, including EU and US. Students are also introduced to softwares commonly used in the regulatory affairs field.
PHARM.D PROGRAMME
01To understand various drug distribution methods, know the professional practice management skills in hospital pharmacies.
02To provide unbiased and authentic informations to all the stakeholders of health, appreciate practice-based research methods, and appreciate stores management and inventory control.
03To prepare personalized therapeutic strategies based on diagnosis, through identification of options, observing treatment, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects.
04To explicate patient care in performing medication history, interpretations of laboratory data, categorizing potential-medicine related impacts of Pharmacotherapy.
05To understand the clinical aspects of drug development, such as phases, ethical issues, and roles and responsibilities of clinical trial personnel and able to design clinical study documents, data management and safety monitoring in clinical trials.
06To render the services to the public by providing patient centric effective treatments to curb the therapeutic issues with the required medicines and explain the effects of the drugs by analyzing the scientific literature for improving their health and well-being.
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