Program outcomes PO1 Demonstrate the knowledge of structure and relation of physiology of human body with respect to pathophysiology of various disease/disorder/ailments/injury. PO2Demonstrate an ability to understand mechanism of drug action, its dynamics and kinetics, visualize and work on laboratory techniques and improvements PO3Utmost knowledge to conduct, analyze, interpret the facts of pharmaceutical production, quality control and quality assurance of finished products and raw material employed in pharmaceuticals formulations. PO4 Experiential skill to identify and distinguish medicinally important plants and acknowledgement of phytoconstituents. PO5 Experiential ability to provide first aid treatment in case of emergency PO6Acquaint with administrative, managerial, leadership, teamwork and problem solving qualities. PO7Proficiency to identify, formulate the community and Hospital Pharmacy problems. PO8 Perfect in arrangement of pharmacy and inventory control and storage condition of dosage forms. PO9 Perfect in outlining reliable formats and maintenance of documents and records. PO10Professionally sound in verbal and written communications. PO11Harsh towards pharmaceutical profession and ethical abide by pharmaceutical legislations of India. PO12Autodidact and persistent learning ability. PO13Ability to patient counseling. Courses Outcome I Year Pharmaceutics I CO1 Know the history of profession of pharmacy and Pharmacopoeias CO2Understand the basic of different dosage forms, pharmaceutical incompatibilities and pharmaceutical calculation CO3To understand material handling techniques. CO4 To perform various processes involved in pharmaceutical manufacturing process CO5To know the concept of sterilization CO6 Preparation of various conventional dosage forms
Pharmaceutical Chemistry I CO1 Knowledge on the physical and chemical properties of the medicinally important inorganic agents. CO2 Emphasis on the mechanism of the action of different inorganic compound. CO3 Knowledge on the method of preparation of different drugs. CO4 Classification of drug categories with examples under different agents. CO5 Importance of quality of drugs and pharmaceuticals with the various tests to identify the impurities in pharmaceuticals. CO6 Knowledge on the uses, storage and precautions regarding the handling of radiopharmaceuticals.
Pharmacognosy CO1Students will be familiar with the knowledge on different crude drugs source, their uses and chemical nature CO2Students will be to provide an overview of alternative system of medicines and the role of Pharmacognosy in the development of traditional and allopathic system of medicine CO3Students will be familiar with the Knowledge on crude drugs classification, adulteration and it’s evaluation methods CO4 Students will be able to understanding the significance of Cultivation, Collection, Processing and storage of drugs of natural origin CO5Students will be familiar to carry out the microscopic and morphological evaluation of crude drugs
Biochemistry And Clinical Biology CO1Understand the chemistry and role of various biomolecules. CO2Understand the disease related metabolism of biomolecules. CO3The catalytic activity, diagnostic and therapeutic importance of enzymes. CO4Understand the normal and abnormal constituents of urine and their significance in diseases. CO5Understand the role, biochemical functions and deficiency disorders of various vitamins and minerals.
Human Anatomy And Physiology CO1Student should able to know about the gross morphology, structure and functions of cell, tissue, skin, bones, joints, brain, heart CO2Familiar with the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances. CO3Student should have Knowledge on structure and function of different system of the body. CO4 Students would able to identify the different types of tissues and organs of Integumentary system, skeletal system, lymphatic system, Haemopoetic system, Nervous system and cardiovascular system, endocrine system reproductive system and digestive system
Health Education And Community Pharmacy CO1Explain the different type of health and determinants of health. CO2Describe the different type of planning methods CO3 To study about first aid and emergency treatment for different conditions CO4To study about the importance of environment and different ways of protecting it CO5 To understand about communicable diseases and its mode of action and its prevention CO6 To understand about non-communicable diseases and its prevention. CO7To know immunization, disease control and prevention, disinfection.
II Year Pharmaceutics II CO1Student will have the ability to understand the basic and fundamental concepts of different dosage forms, its incompatibilities and calculations. CO2Students will capable in professional way of handling the prescription CO3Students will have the preparation of various conventional dosage forms, dental & cosmetics etc. CO4The students will be aware of dispensing medication as per prescribed in prescription
Pharmaceutical Chemistry II CO1 Ability to draw the structure and assigning the names to heterocyclic compounds. CO2 Understand the Chemistry, nomenclature and uses of organic agents used as pharmaceutical aids and as therapeutic and diagnostic agents. CO3 Learn the physical and chemical properties of important therapeutical agents. CO4 Understand the stability and storage conditions and the different type of pharmaceutical formulations of these drugs and their popular brand names.
Pharmacology and Toxicology CO1Knowledge on the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different diseases. CO2Understand the pharmacology of drugs acting on different body systems. CO3Knowledge on various receptors action on the tissue preparation. CO4They understood the significance of chemotherapeutic agents.
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence CO1The Pharmaceutical legislations and their implications in the development and marketing of pharmaceuticals. CO2Various Indian pharmaceutical Acts and Laws CO3The regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals CO4The code of ethics during the pharmaceutical practice
Drug Store And Business Management CO1Familiar with the rules of trade, industry and commerce, economy, finance, banking system and management activities for success of pharmaceutical business. CO2 Able to make business policy, share holding policy for negotiation point of view. CO3Familiar with different channel of transportation and inventory control method CO4Familiar with policy related sales, promotion, advertisement, market research to meet the need of society CO5Familiar with training, evaluation of good pharmacist and compensation norms
Hospital And Clinical Pharmacy CO1Familiar with various Drug Distribution Methods in hospital. CO2Theoretical good knowledge in professional practice management skills In Hospital Pharmacies. CO3Provide Unbiased Drug Information to The Doctors. CO4 Familiar with the manufacturing practices of various formulations in Hospital Set Up. CO5Appreciate the Practice Based Research Methods CO6Appreciate the stores management and inventory control CO7 Quality to obtain medication history interview and counsel the patients CO8Identify and resolve drug related problems CO9Detect, assess and monitor adverse drug reaction CO10 Retrieve, analyze, interpret and formulate drug or medicine information