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Class: First Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                                   Semester: I

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1.1.1

Pharmaceutics- I

1. History of pharmacy, development of pharmacy profession and industry in India.

2. Various routes of drug administration, concept of dosage forms, unit operations involved in    preparation of these dosage forms.

3. Preformulation, parameters and   additives with its examples.

1.1.2

Modern Dispensing Practices

1. Review basic requirements in the compounding and dispensing of pharmaceutical products

2. Counsel patient for prescription drug, OTC products and cosmetics.

3. Judge a prescription for completeness and legality with respect to incomplete or missing information.

4. To Identify the type of incompatibility and explain the methods to remove these Incompatibilities.

1.1.3 T

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

1. To understand applicability and Gain a better understanding the relevance and significance of Inorganic chemistry to pharmaceutical sciences.

2. Differentiate various pharmacopoeias currently in use and discuss the contents of official Monographs in pharmacopoeias.

3. understand meaning of impure and pure chemical compound and describe official Methods of control like limit tests and qualitative tests.

4.Clarify properties of water, methods of purification, types of water and official quality control tests

1.1.4 T

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-I

1. lluminate relevance & significance of Organic Chemistry to Pharmaceutical Sciences.

2. Clarify basic principles concepts of organic chemistry.

3. Explain basic functional groups & IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Compounds.

4. Clarify Isomerism & apply that knowledge in understanding the Structure Property Relationship.

5. Clarify different reagents in Organic Reactions.

1.1.5 T

Human Anatomy & Physiology-I

1. To understand the relevance and significance of Human Anatomy and Physiology to Pharmaceutical Sciences.

2. To know the basic terminologies used in anatomy and physiology as well as prefixes & suffixes used to identify body parts and directional terms.

3. To clarify the progression of structural levels (cells, tissues, organs, and systems) contributes to the body's order, there function and stability.

4. Explain Composition and functions of blood component & Homeostasis and Blood Coagulation.

5. To demonstrate how all parts of the human body contribute to the maintenance of Homeostasis.

1.1.6 T

Communication and soft skill development

1. To handle interpersonal relations & communicate effectively.

2. choose career and make appropriate decisions

3. Build a repertoire of functional vocabulary and to move from the lexical level to the syntactic level.

3. To know the basic communication skills  Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing

 

 

Class: First Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                                    Semester: II

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1.2.1 T

Pharmaceutics- II

1.To understand the flow of materials in a manufacturing unit by studying the plant layout design

2. Explain a technical knowhow of different operations in pharmaceutical manufacturing

3. Identify factors and equipments that lead to enhanced filtration

4. Elucidate the importance of particle size in pharmacy and suggest methods for size reduction of solids

5. Describe the mechanisms of mixing, mixing equipments and suggest measures to overcome failures during mixing operation.

1.2.1 T

Dosage form design

1. To know the reasons for the incorporation of drugs into various dosage forms

2. Compare and contrast the advantages/disadvantages of various drug dosage forms

3. Define solubility and solve problems related to solubility, stability and dissolution rate

4. Identify factors that affect drug solubility.

5. Describe approaches to optimizing drug solubility.

6. List and describe a variety of types of powders and granules.

1.2.3 T

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-II

1. Explain chemistry, method of preparation & chemical reactions of aldehyde and ketones.

2. Clarify chemistry ,method of preparation & chemical reactions phenols sulphonic acid derivatives.

3. Explain and clarify common and IUPAC nomenclatures of different alcohols and ethers. Synthesis and general reactions of the alcohols and ethers.

4. Memorize chemistry of amines, separation of amines. Outline the synthesis, chemical reactions of amines. Illustrate the use.

5. To understand explain substitution nucleophilic reactions.

1.2.4 T

Human Anatomy & Physiology-II

1. To understand significance of the different mechanisms that governs the normal working of various organs and systems as a whole.

2. Explain Basic fundamentals structural features of neurons, mechanism of

Neurotransmitters along with processes of neuroconduction and neurotransmission.

3. Explain detailed structure of brains parts along with role of Autonomous Nervous System involves maintaining the body's order and stability.

4. Clarify various sense organs involve in our body to maintain homeostasis.

5. Clarify basic organs and mechanism involve in respiration along with clinical significance and disorders of respiratory system.

1.2.5 T

Pharmacognsy

1. Clarify principles of genetics & explain how these can be applied in crop improvement process.

2. Explain basic components of cell, their functions & fundamental processes of cell division.

3. Clarify on basic tissues & tissue systems & apply that knowledge in

 4. Understanding of anatomy of different parts of plant.

5. Explain modes of nutrition & how these influence in evolution of chemical defense in autotrophs. Explain basic photosynthetic process.

6. Explain need, approaches of classification along with their merits & demerits. Explain significance of internationally accepted standards of nomenclature.

1.2.6 T

Pharmaceutical Analysis I

1. To understand the significance of Analytical Chemistry to Pharmaceutical Sciences.

2. To know the basic principles of data treatment and data handling.

3. Explain basic concepts and principles of aqueous acid base titrations.

4. Clarify need and basic principles of non-aqueous acid base titrations.

5. Clarify different terms, types and basic principles of precipitation titrations.

6. Explain concept and reaction conditions for complexation.

 

 

Class: Second Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                          Semester: III

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2.3.1 T

Physical Pharmaceutics- I

  1. To understand the basics of chemical and  physical phenomena that governs the in vivo and in vitro actions of pharmaceutical products.
  2. Describe the principles of pharmaceutical sciences in the field of pharmaceutics.
  3. Explain and apply the key physical pharmacy concepts of solubility and dissolution, partitioning phenomena, surface phenomena, etc.
  4. Articulate the interrelationships between the physiochemical properties of a drug, its dosage form, route of administration and bioavailability.
  5. To acquire knowledge in Physical principles of states of matter and phase rule.

2.3.2 T

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

1. To understand the basic concepts of  microbiology & classify microbes into various categories

2. Aware about historical developments and contributions of scientists in the field of microbiology.

3. Know the recent advances in microbiology.

4. Compare and contrast the various structural features, biology & characteristics of microbes.

5. Know the modes of reproduction in bacteria, growth characteristics, requirements.

6. Describe isolation & counting methods of microorganisms.

2.3.3 T

Pharmaceutical Biochemistry

1. To understand the scope of Biochemistry in pharmacy with respect to role of biochemical processes, cell metabolism.

3. Clarify the enzyme structures, their functions, mechanism for enzymatic activity and applications

of enzymes.

4. Draw the general metabolism process of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates.

5. Understand basics like chemistry, function, classification, biological importance, qualitative tests & applications of various biomolecules. e.g. proteins, carbohydrates and lipids, etc

5. clarify the fundamentals of metabolism, process, steps involved in metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, protein and nucleic acid

2.3.4 T

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-III

1. To understand relevance of stereochemistry & its significance in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

2. Clarify Isomerism & apply t hat knowledge in

understanding the structure property Relationship.

3. Explain the stereochemical aspects of the organic compounds.

4.  Clarify mechanism and applications of rearrangement of electron deficient & electron rich

Systems.

5.   Comprehend & explain basic concepts in pericyclic reactions

2.3.5 T

Pharmacology-I

  1. To understand the relevance of stereochemistry & its significance in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  2.  Clarify Isomerism & apply t hat knowledge in understanding t he structure property relationship.
  3.  Explain the stereochemical aspects of the organic compounds.
  4. Clarify mechanism and applications of rearrangement of electron deficient & electron rich systems.
  5.  Comprehend & explain basic concepts in pericyclic reactions

2.3.6 T

Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry – I

  1. To understand the meaning & significance of Pharmacognostic parameters & Pharmacognostic study of crude drugs.
  2. Comprehend & explain underlying reason of evolutionary significance of secondary metabolites production in plants & other organisms & deduce their significance as medicinal molecules. Learner should be able to explain evolution of Phytochemistry to current phase.

 

Class: Second Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                             Semester: IV

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2.4.1 T

Physical Pharmaceutics- II

  1. To understand the chemical and physical phenomena that governs the in vivo and in vitro actions of pharmaceutical products.
  2. acquire sufficient knowledge of surface and interfacial tension between the surfaces
  3.  Acquire skills and understanding of the principles, concepts of surface tension and its measurement.
  4. Understand the different types of flow in order to identify and choose suitable flow characteristics for the formulation.
  5. Define reaction kinetics, reaction order, and discuss factors affecting the rate of the reaction

 

2.4.2 T

Pathophysiology & Clinical Biochemistry

  1. Explain the biochemical mechanisms and pathophysiological processes responsible    for common biochemical disorders
  2. Explain the rationale ad Theoretical basis f or methods used i n the diagnosis of common biochemical disorders.
  3.   Compare and contrast t he different           patterns of biochemistry test results observed in various disease states.
  4.   Demonstrate competency in performing common analytical techniques used in clinical chemistry 
  5.   Demonstrate  an understanding of quality management in and its relevance to patient

2.4.3 T

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-IV

  1. To sketch the structure with numbering & illustrate chemistry, methods o f preparation & chemical reactions of five membered, six membered and fused heterocyclic rings.
  2.  Draw synthesis and reactions of pharmaceutically important heterocyclic rings.
  3.   Explain the application of combinatorial chemistry in the speedy synthesis of organic compounds and peptides.
  4.   To construct retro -synthesis of pharmaceutical important compounds.
  5.  To draw reactions related to C  5 and C6  sugars.

2.4.4 T

Pharmaceutical Analysis-II

1. To understand the basic principles of analytical techniques

2.   Apply the analytical techniques to study bulk- drug pharmaceuticals, quality control.

3. Develop an in-depth knowledge and critical awareness of the application of modern methods of  instrumental analysis

4. Know preparation and standardization of various concentrations of acids and bases.

5.   understand  the basic concepts involved in electro- analytical techniques and its types

2.4.5 T

Pharmacognsy & Phytochemistry – II

  1. Comprehend & explain underlying reason of evolutionary significance of alkaloids formation in plants & other organisms & deduce their significance as medicinal molecules.
  2.  Explain & draw basic heterocyclic system present in alkaloids, define & classify alkaloids, explain source, name & draw chemical structures, identify from the structure, organize the biosynthetic sequence in formation of major group of alkaloids; describe methods of their extraction & explain underlying rationale of qualitative & quantitative analysis of alkaloids.
  3.   Explain historical significance & contribution of alkaloids in modern drug discovery, & their currently marketed semisynthetic derivatives/ analogues.

2.4.6 T

Pharmaceutical Engineering

1. To understand molecular diffusion in gases and liquids.

2.  To define drying and know the mechanism, theory & factors affecting it.

3.    To classify & compare various dryers with respect to their applications in pharmacy.

4.   Know various heat transfer techniques including their mechanism and applications in pharmacy.

5.   To know  crystallization and illustrate types of crystallizers

 

Class: Third Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                                    Semester: V

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3.5.1 T

Industrial Pharmacy-I

  1. To understand the concepts of dosage form design & formulation strategies.
  2.   Explain tablets as a dosage form, physico-chemical principles guiding tablet formulation, various tablet additives, manufacture & evaluation, equipments, defects   in tabletting & remedies.
  3.   Learn the concept, types, pharmacopoeial specifications, techniques & equipments used in tablet coating.
  4.  Describe capsules, types, additives, size selection, manufacturing & evaluation, equipments, & defects.

3.5.2 T

Pharmaceutical Analysis- III

  1. Know the different types of instrumental analytical techniques available for quality control of APIs & Pharmaceutical dosage forms.
  2.  Know various sampling techniques employed in analysis of solid, semisolid and  liquids dosage forms
  3.    Understand principles, instrumentation and applications of UV-VIS, Flourimetry, Atomic absorption, atomic emission, Spectroscopies, Flame photometry, Phosphorimetry and Nepheloturbidimetry.

3.5.3 T

Medicinal Chemistry-I

  1. Understand significance and establish relevance of Medicinal Chemistry in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  2.  Establish correlation of physicochemical properties affecting drug action and pharmacokinetics.
  3.   Explain different types of receptors, forces involved in drug receptor interaction and

            signal transduction mechanism.

  1.  Explain general aspects of the design & development   of drugs including classification, nomenclature, structure activity relationship (SAR), mechanism of  action, adverse effects, therapeutic uses and recent developments in diuretics and  drugs acting on autonomic nervous system & cardiovascular system.

3.5.4 T

Pharmacology-II

Pharmacology of drug shall includes : classification, mechanism of action, pharmacological actions, pharmacokinectics, therapeutic uses, adverse effects, drug interactions, contraindications, dosages, treatment of  poisoning (if any) Pharmacotherapy shall include: Pharmacology of drug /s used for clinical management of diseases/ disorders

 

3.5.5 T

Analytical Pharmacognosy & Extraction Technology

Comprehend & explain underlying principle of mass transfer process in extraction, effect of various factors, specific care in herbal material, & various approaches in extraction processes with their theoretical consideration, methodological steps, & applications.

2.      Understand & explain principle & applications of chromatographic & non chromatographic separation methods.

3.   Explain source material & extraction methods of phytochemicals specified; draw schematic representation of such processes;

4.    Explain need of analysis of natural products & explain their significance; Understand &  explain various parameters with their principles, significance & applications.

3.5.6 T

Pharmaceutical Business Management & Disaster

1. To learn the Pharmaceutical business and management strategy.

2.  To gain knowledge of marketing research, product management.

3.   To learn about human resource and development needs.

4.   To learn about the disaster management and preparedness, mitigation

3.5.7 T

Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Technology

1. Know overview of API and fine chemical industry.

2.    Understand basics of chemical process kinetics, some classes of reactions with examples of API for each unit process.

3.    Understand chemical process, reaction system, equipments used in API manufacturing and layout design for API manufacturing.

4.   Explain techniques and process of synthetic routes  and optimization of reactions, raw material & reagent selection, scale up techniques for APIs, Quality control aspects, material safety data sheet (MSDS), Scale up techniques in API manufacturing, environmental aspects in manufacturing of APIs, green chemistry approaches, health hazards with chemical handling.

5.   Explain principle, industrial process, scale up techniques, Industrial manufacturing process, flow charts of some important APIs.

 

Class: Third Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                                    Semester: VI

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3.6.1 T

Industrial Pharmacy-II

  1. Explain disperse systems, its classification, theories of disperse systems, thermodynamic v/s kinetic stability considerations.
  2.  Explain suspensions, types, formulation development, manufacturing, excipients used, evaluation of suspensions etc.
  3.    Describe emulsions, their physico-chemical properties, theory of emulsification, HLB value & phase inversion temperature, Kraft point, cloud point, excipients, formulation & evaluation of emulsions; cracking, coalescence, stability & stress testing.
  4.   Explain semi-solids, anatomy & physiology of skin, selection of bases; penetration Enhancers, formulation development, Percutaneous absorption, flux measurement & evaluation.
  5.   Describe layout for manufacturing of suspensions, emulsions & semi-solids as per Schedule M.

3.6.2 T

Pharmaceutical Analysis-IV

  1. Understand principles, instrumentation and  applications of  various  chromatographic, thermal, X ray Diffraction and radio chemical techniques employed for the analysis of APIs and formulations.
  2.    Know validation of analytical instruments & methods as per ICH/USP  guidelines

3.6.3 T

Medicinal Chemistry-II

1. Explain drug metabolism & its significance in drug discovery.

2.    Explain general aspects of the design & development of drugs including classification, nomenclature, structure activity relationship (SAR), mechanism of action, adverse effects, therapeutic uses and recent developments in Local anesthetics, Oral Anti-hyperglycemics, Diagnostics and drugs acting on Central nervous system.

3.6.4 T

Pharmacology-III

Pharmacology of drug shall includes : classification, mechanism of action, pharmacological actions, pharmacokinetics’, therapeutic uses, adverse effects, drug interactions, contraindications, dosages, treatment of poisoning (if any)

Pharmacotherapy shall include: Pharmacology of drug /s used for clinical  management of diseases/ disorders

3.6.5 T

Natural Product Chemistry

  1. Understand & explain various physical, chemical, spectroscopic means & methods used in structural elucidation of natural products. He/she should be able to interpret data generated from above techniques.
  2.   Understand & explain tools & techniques used in study of biosynthetic pathways in Plants.
  3.    Explain source, chemistry & applications of drugs from marine origin. He/she should be Able to compare & contrast marine & terrestrial sources of medicinal materials.
  4.   Explain difficulties in elucidation of biosynthetic pathways in plant & explain approaches used with their merits & demerits.
  5.    Understand & explain underlying reasons as why natural products are appropriate material in discovering new drugs & also explain their contribution in modern drug discovery.

3.6.6 T

Bioorganic Chemistry & Drug Design

  1. Understand the significance of Bioorganic Chemistry and establish its relevance in drug design & discovery.
  2.     Explain approaches in rational drug design.
  3.      Understand various drug targets, their biochemical features, physiological & patho-

Physiological roles and significance in drug design  .

  1.   Explain biotransformation of pro-drug design aspect   in drug design.

3.6.7 T

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

  1. Define Biotechnology & its state its scope in pharmacy
  2.     Know the basics of biotechnology techniques and the   various systems used.
  3.     Know the method of genetic engineering for production of rDNA products including

            monoclonal antibodies.

  1.     Know the information about the application of genetic engineering in animals.
  2.      Have a knowhow of enzymes and their uses by immobilization.
  3.    Illustrate use of Fermenter for production of fermentation products and information 

            about their purification by downstream process.

 

 

Class: Final Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                                     Semester: VII

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4.7.1 T

Sterile Products

1)     General requirements, routes of administration, significance of tonicity adjustment and sterility and Pre-formulation of sterile products

2. Describe various packaging materials used, types , choice of containers, official quality control tests and methods of evaluation.

3. Describe the GMP and design and layout of Parenteral Production Facility, environmental

control zones, heating ventilation air conditioning (HVAC), HEPA filter and laminar area flow systems.

4. Explain Classification and formulation of SVP, types and selection of vehicles and added

substance, processing, manufacturing and Quality control of SVPs along with Special types of

SVPs and Pilot plant scale up.

5. Explain Large Volume Parenterals (LVPs),Types, concept of formulation, influence of

physiological factors, processing, manufacturing and Quality control of LVPs, along with

Parenteral Nutrition, intravenous admixture and Peritoneal dialysis fluid and Pilot plant scale up.

4.7.2 T

Pharmaceutical Analysis- V

  1. Understand principles, instrumentation of Infra red(FTIR, NIR) Raman, Gas

Chromatography, Flash Chromatography, Super critical fluid chromatography Atomic Emission spectroscopy, and their application s in Pharmaceutical industry.

  1.    Know about electron microscopy.

4.7.3 T

Medicinal Chemistry-III

Know general aspects of the design & development of drugs including history,

classification, nomenclature, structure activity relationship (SAR), mechanism of action,

adverse effects, therapeutic uses and recent developments in therapeutic categories such

as NSAIDs, steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, narcotic & non-narcotic analgesics, antipyretics, autacoids and drugs acting on respiratory & GI tract.

4.7.4 T

Pharmacology-IV

Get in-depth knowledge about pharmacology and pharmacotherapy of drugs used in infectious diseases, cardiovascular disorders etc.

  Understand the involvement of oxidative stress and role of antioxidants along with some safety issues in pharmacology.

 

4.7.5 T

Natural Drug Technology

  1. Understand & explain various difficulties in standardization of herbal material, new approaches evolved, and steps in development of plant monograph.
  2.   Understand & explain need & significance of plant material authentication, new approaches used with their merits & demerits.
  3.    Comprehend & explain various factors affect on level of secondary metabolites, how these

can be minimized to ensure quality in raw material,  effect of post harvesting manipulations,

and changes during storage etc& methods to control  these modification. Explain various guidelines issued by WHO in relation with cultivation, collection, storage etc.

  1.   Understand & explain concept of health & pathogens  is, philosophical basis, diagnosis &

treatment aspects of Ayurveda, Unani, Siddha &Homoepatic system of medicine; Understand

& explain method of preparation of Ayurvedic dosageforms; significance of novel drug delivery of natural products; herbs used in cosmetic preparation & methods of their formulations.

  1.  Compare & contrast nutraceuticals & functional food s & understand & explain their

Significance. Explain & classify natural products used as dietary supplements.

4.7.6 T

Bio-pharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

  1. Understanding the concept of Biopharmaceutics & its applications in formulation development
  2. Studying pharmacokinetics processes and their relevance in efficacy of dosage form.
  3. Learning the concepts of bioavailability and bioequivalence studies.

4.7.7 T

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

1.To understand .Basic principles, purpose and dimensions of the laws

2) To understand the significance and relevance of Pharmaceutical laws in India

3) Important rules and regulations and procedures made to execute the laws

4) To discuss the purpose of the Board

5) To explain the definitions in the Act;

6) To describe the qualifications for membership and the make-up of the Board

7) To explain the rule-making authority of the Board;

8) To discuss the responsibilities of the Board;

9) To discuss inspections by the Board or its representative;

 

Class: Final Year B. Pharmacy                                                                                                                                                                     Semester: VIII

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4.8.1 T

Advanced Drug Delivery System

1. Describe the Fundamental Concept of Modified Drug Release and Pre requisites of drug

candidates, along with various approaches and classification

2. Describe Polymers with respect to introduction to polymers, classification, types, selection,

application and examples.

3. Describe. Introduction, formulation, merits, demerits, application and evaluation of Novel

Drug Delivery Systems

4. Explain Therapeutic Aerosols along with typical formulations from, metered dose,

intranasal and topical applications,

5. Explain concept of microencapsulation, merits, demerits and application, Types of

Microencapsulation and Evaluation of microcapsules

6. Explain Basic concept of optimization

4.8.2 T

Cosmetic science

  1. Understand the concepts of cosmetics, anatomy of skin v/s hair, general excipients used in cosmetics.
  2. Explain formulation of cosmetics for skin, manufacturing, equipments &evaluation of creams like cold cream, vanishing cream etc. & powder cosmetics.
  3.  Explain formulation of cosmetics for hair, manufacturing & evaluation of hair shampoos, tonics etc.
  4.  Describe formulation of cosmetics for eyes, manufacturing & evaluation of eye mascara, shadow etc.
  5. Understand formulation of manicure products like nail lacquer, remover etc.
  6.    Learn formulation, manufacture & evaluation of baby cosmetics like baby oils, powders etc.
  7.  Explain the concept of cosmeceuticals, history, difference between cosmetics & cosmeceuticals & cosmeceuticals agents.

4.8.3 T

Pharmaceutical Analysis-VI

  1. Understand principles, instrumentation of NMR and ESR spectroscopy, HPLC and their applications in Pharmaceutical research, quality control of APIs & formulations.
  2. Understand the basic principle, instrumentation of  Mass Spectrometry

4.8.4 T

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