Program outcomes PO1Demonstrate the knowledge of structure and relation of physiology of human body with respect to pathophysiology of various disease/disorder/ailments/injury. PO2 Demonstrate an ability to understand mechanism of drug action, its dynamics and kinetics, visualize and work on laboratory techniques and improvements PO3 Utmost 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 Precisely sound in knowledge as well as skills relevant to design of formulation, in-process complications and control measures. PO5 Experiential skill to identify and distinguish medicinally important plants and acknowledgement of phytoconstituents PO6Errorless in synthetic process and evaluation procedures of pharmaceuticals PO 7Acquaint with administrative, managerial, leadership, teamwork and problem solving qualities. PO8Proficiency to identify, formulate and solve the industry, community and Hospital Pharmacy problems. PO9Aptitude to search for the new molecules and preventive measures to promote the human health. PO10 Perfect in outlining reliable formats and maintenance of documents and records PO11Professionally sound in verbal and written communications PO12Technically competent to use modern Pharmaceutical tools, software and equipment to analyze & solve problems PO13Harsh towards pharmaceutical profession and ethical abide by pharmaceutical legislations of India PO14Autodidact and persistent learning ability PO15Ability to patient counseling PO16 Enthusiastic in research and development of all the discipline of pharmaceutical sciences
Course outcomes Semester I Human Anatomy and Physiology I CO1 Students would have studied about the gross morphology, structure and functions of cell, tissue, skin, bones, joints, brain, heart CO2 They would have understood the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances. CO3 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.
Pharmaceutical Analysis I CO1 Upon completion of the course student shall be able to CO2 Understand different techniques, methods of expressing concentration and preparation and standardizations of primary and secondary standards. CO3 Understand the principles of volumetric and electro chemical analysis. CO4 Develop analytical skills
Pharmaceutics I CO1 Knowledge the history of profession of pharmacy CO2Knowledge in the basics of different dosage forms, pharmaceutical incompatibilities and pharmaceutical calculations and handling the prescription CO3 The knowledge of dispensed medication which includes methods of preparation with theoretical and practical aspects, classifications, excipients used in their preparation, stability problems how to overcome, use of appropriate containers and closures, special labeling requirement, storage conditions, uses, of powders, liquid oral dosage forms, semi-solid dosage forms preparation of various conventional dosage form.
Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry CO1 Memorize the necessity for structure and up gradation of pharmacopoeia from time to time. CO2 Acquainted with the various sources of impurities and capable to assess as well as evaluate the different impurities present in raw material as well as finished product. CO3Accustomed with the importance and mechanism of physiological buffers in body and pharmaceutical preparations and unusual effects of isotonic and hypertonic preparations on blood. CO4Explain and prepare the isotonic preparations in pharmaceutical formulation industry with the aid of calculations related to tonicity measurement. CO5Ease to explain the role of each anion and cation present in the body along with associated disease or disorder. CO6Assessment of the purity, quality and strength of the inorganic medicinal agents and their preparations. CO7Skill in preparation and preservation of inorganic medicinal agents including incompatibility and utility to cure or relieve various disease/disorder. CO8Express the importance of radioactive substances useful in the medical field with knowledge of hazardous effects and handling policies of radiopharmaceuticals.
Communication Skills CO1Understand the behavioral needs for a Pharmacist to function effectively in the areas of pharmaceutical operation CO2Effective in Verbal and non - verbal communication CO3Acquire managerial skill in a team action CO4Develop impressive interview skills CO5Develop Leadership qualities and essentials
Remedial Biology CO 1 Cell biology ( Basic Nature of Plant cell and Animal cell) CO 2Classification System of both Plants & Animals CO 3Various tissue system and organ system in plant and animals CO 4Theory of evolution CO 5Anatomy and Physiology of plants and animals
Remedial Mathematics CO1 Ability to apply mathematical concepts and principles to perform computations for Pharmaceutical Sciences. CO2 Quality to Create, use and analyze mathematical representations and mathematical relationships CO3Ability to demonstrate and communicate mathematical knowledge in clinical pharmacy practices CO4Ability to appreciate the important application of mathematics in Pharmacy
Semester II Human Anatomy and Physiology II CO1Students can able to understand the structure and functions of CNS, digestive, respiratory, urinary, endocrine, reproductive systems of the human body CO2 Students can able to understand the different physiological mechanisms like homeostasis, regulation of acid production in stomach, urine formation, mechanism of respiration and physiology of menstruation CO3 They also can identify various tissues of different systems of the body
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II CO1 Ability to draw the correct structure and mention accurate name of the organic compound as per the IUPAC norms and common name. CO2Familiar with the different types of isomers found in organic compounds CO3Ability to draw, tag the reaction, establish mechanism and orientation of organic reactions. CO4Ability to justify for reactivity/stability of organic compounds CO5Familiar with the concept of hybridization in organic compounds CO6Theoretical knowledge of organic qualitative test employed for identification and confirmation of the unknown organic compound CO7Familiar with the utility of certain organic compounds
Biochemistry CO1 Upon completion of the course student shall be able to CO2 Understand the catalytic role of enzymes, importance of enzyme inhibitors in design of new drugs, therapeutic and diagnostic applications of enzymes. CO3 Understand the metabolism of nutrient molecules in physiological and pathological conditions. CO4Understand the genetic organization of mammalian genome and functions of DNA in the synthesis of RNAs and proteins.
Pathophysiology CO1 Knowledge on sign and symptoms of different disorders. CO2Knowledge on pathophysiology complications of different disorders. CO3Understanding the basic principles of cell injury and cell adaptation. CO4Understanding the mechanism involved in the process of inflammation and repair. CO5Provide an overview of disorders of cardiovascular system, renal system, nervous system, blood, endocrine system and digestive system. CO6Knowledge on the relevant aspects of pathology of various conditions with reference to its pharmacological applications.
Computer Applications In Pharmacy CO1Ability to apply the knowledge of mathematics and computing fundamentals to pharmaceutical applications for any given requirement CO2Design and develop solutions to analyze pharmaceutical problems using computers. CO3Integrate and apply efficiently the contemporary IT tools to all Pharmaceutical related activities CO4 Solve and work with a professional context pertaining to ethics, social, cultural and regulations with regard to Pharmacy
Environmental Sciences CO1 This program shall create an awareness about environmental problems, develop an attitude towards of concern for the environment
Semester III Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry CO1Differentiate aromatic compounds from non-aromatic compounds and write the mechanismsandorientationofreactions. CO2account for reactivity and stability of some important aromatic acidic and basic compounds CO3Write the reactions of fats and oils. CO4Account for importance of analytical constants and techniques to analyze those constants in fats and oils. CO5Write the structure, preparation and uses of polynuclear hydrocarbons. CO6Account for stability of cyclic compounds. CO7 Synthesize organic compounds and its derivatives
Physical Pharmaceutics I CO1Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in the designing of dosage forms. CO2Demonstrate use of physicochemical properties in the formulationdevelopment and evaluation of dosage forms. CO3The students will get knowledge with respect to the principles of formulation science such as complexation and protein binding, diffusion and dissolution, Distribution law: its limitations and applications. CO4The students will be well versed with biopharmaceutical and pharmacokinetics aspects which will help to design a dosage form according to patient’s need. CO5Understand the importance of buffers and buffer system in pharmaceutical and biological system. CO6Knowledge about surface and interfacial tension and its measurement, HLB Scale, solubilisation, adsorption at solid and liquid interfaces and surfactants.
Pharmaceutical Microbiology CO1Understand methods of identification, cultivation and preservation of various microorganisms CO2Emphasis of implementation of sterilization in pharmaceutical processing and industry CO3An overview on cell culture technology and its applications in pharmaceutical industries. CO4Learn sterility testing of pharmaceutical products. CO5Understand the cell culture technology and its applications in pharmaceutical industries. CO6Carried out the microbiological standardization of pharmaceutical products
Pharmaceutical Engineering CO1 Understand the various unit operations used in pharmaceutical industries. CO2Ability to understand suitable compounds for various operation techniques and their usages. CO3Ability to perform various processes involved in pharmaceutical manufacturing. CO4Ability to assess the factors that contribute the pharmaceutical operations such as Size reduction, filtration, Centrifugation. CO5Ability to assess the productivity of the operating equipment’s CO6Understand the various preventive methods used for corrosion control in pharmaceutical industries
Semester IV Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry CO1 Explainthestereochemicalaspectsof organiccompoundsandstereochemical reactions. CO2Account for aromaticity, reactivity and medicinal uses of heterocyclic compounds CO3Write the reactions and preparation of heterocyclic compounds of medicinal importance. CO4Account for important naming reactions of synthetic importance.
Medicinal Chemistry CO1Impart fundamental knowledge on the structure, chemistry and therapeutic value of drugs. CO2Study of structure activity relationships of drugs under different categories. CO3Knowledge on the importance of physicochemical properties and their role in improved biological action. CO4Study of Biosynthesis and metabolism of drugs. CO5Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity. CO6Study of the stepwise synthesis of different categories of drugs.
Physical Pharmaceutics II CO1 Know the principles of chemical kinetics and to use them for stability testing and determination of expiry date of formulation. CO2 To assess the rate of order of reaction involved in stabilization of medicinal agents against common reactions like hydrolysis and oxidation. CO3Apply the concept of rheology in formulation of liquid and semisolid dosage forms. CO4Knowledge of Colloids and their general properties, formulation and evaluation of coarse dispersion like suspension and emulsions. CO5Apply the concept of micromeritics like evaluation of particle size, surface area and flow properties of powder in the formulation of dosage forms to manufacture dosage forms with minimum weight and content variations.
Pharmacology I CO1Students will be able to understand the action of drugs on various system of the body like central nervous system and autonomic nervous system CO2They can analyse the mechanism of drug action at organ system/sub cellular/macromolecular levels. CO3They can apply the basic pharmacological knowledge in the prevention and treatment of various diseases.
Pharmacognosy And Phytochemistry I CO1 Knowledge on different crude drugs source, their uses and chemical nature. CO2Knowledge on crude drugs classification, adulteration and it’s evaluation methods CO3Understanding the significance of Cultivation, Collection, Processing and storage of drugs of natural origin CO4Provide an overview of alternative system of medicines and the role of Pharmacognosy in the development of traitional and allopathic system of medicine CO5Knowledge on secondary metabolites including the definition, classification, properties and identification tests of Alkaloids, Glycosides, Flavonoids, Tannins, Volatile oil and Resins. CO6Knowledge on occurrence, chemistry, properties and estimation of primary metabolites like carbohydrates, proteins, lipids etc. with various examples CO7Provide an overview on Novel medicinal agents from marine sources
Medicinal Chemistry II Semester V CO1 Study of the different categories of drugs along with examples. CO2Detailed knowledge on the structural activity relationship of different classes of the drugs. CO3Knowledge on the stepwise synthesis of different drugs. CO4Classification of drug categories with examples. CO5Study of Biosynthesis and metabolism of drugs. CO6Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity.
Industrial Pharmacy I CO1Know the various pharmaceutical dosage forms and their manufacturing techniques. CO2Know various considerations in development of pharmaceutical dosage forms. CO3Formulate solid, liquids and semisolid dosage forms and evaluate them for their quality. CO4Course enables the students to understand and appreciate the influence of pharmaceutical additives and various pharmaceutical dosage forms on the performance of the drug product. CO5Knowledge on preformulation and study of physicochemical characteristics of drug substances and application of preformulation considerations in the development and its impact on stability of dosage forms. CO6Understand formulation and evaluation of cosmetic preparation, formulation and evaluation of aerosols. CO7Knowledge on materials used for packaging of pharmaceutical products and stability aspects of packaging materials. CO8This course will give the students about operations in pharmaceutical industries and provide the confidence to students to take up job in industries
Pharmacology II CO1 Knowledge 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 CO3Emphasis on the basic concept of bioassay. CO4Knowledge on various receptors action on the tissue preparation CO5Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences.
Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II CO1 Emphasis of modern extraction techniques, characterization and identification of the herbal drugs and phytoconstituents. CO2Understand the Metabolic pathways to biosynthesis of various classes of natural products and their determination CO3carryout isolation, identification and analysis of phytoconstituents CO4An overview on secondary metabolites including composition, chemistry & chemical classes, bio sources, therapeutic uses and commercial applications with various examples CO5Knowledge of basics of Phytochemistry CO6Emphasis of Modern methods of extraction, application of latest techniques like Spectroscopy, chromatography and electrophoresis in the isolation, purification and identification of crude drugs.
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence CO1 Familiar to the Pharmaceutical legislations and their implications in the development and marketing CO2Ability to update with various Indian pharmaceutical Acts, Laws and schedule from time to time. CO3Familiar with the regulations abide by regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals CO4Familiar with code of ethics during the pharmaceutical practice CO5Ability to specify the definitions under the law prescribed by IPC in relation to pharmaceutical practices.
Medicinal Chemistry III Semester VI CO1Emphasis on modern techniques of rational drug design like quantitative structure activity relationship (QSAR), Prodrug concept, combinatorial chemistry and Computer aided drug design (CADD). CO2Emphasizes on the chemistry, mechanism of action, metabolism, adverse effects, Structure Activity Relationships (SAR), therapeutic uses and synthesis of important drugs. CO3Knowledge on the stepwise synthesis of different drugs. CO4Classification of drug categories with examples. CO5Study of Biosynthesis and metabolism of drugs.
Pharmacology III CO1Students would have studied elaborately on mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different infectious diseases CO2They comprehended the principles of toxicology and ability to assess the treatment of various poisonings CO3They understood the significance of chemotherapeutic agents. CO4They came across the methods of toxicity studies CO5They studied about symptoms and treatment of several poisonings CO6Students understood the toxicity profile of each drugs CO7Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences.
Herbal Drug Technology CO1Understand raw material as source of herbal drugs from cultivation to herbal drug product CO2Knowledge of herbal cosmetics, natural sweeteners, nutraceuticals CO3An overview on WHO and ICH guidelines for evaluation of herbal drugs CO4Understand the concept of alternative system of medicine CO5Understand the status of herbal drug industry and herbal drug research in India CO6Understand the Importance of Patenting and Regulatory requirements of natural products
Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics CO1The students will understand the basic concepts in bio-pharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics and their significance. CO2Knowledge of plasma drug concentration-time data to calculate the pharmacokinetic parameters to describe the kinetics of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, elimination. CO3Knowledge of bioavailability and bioequivalence of drug products and their significance. CO4Knowledge about the bio-pharmaceutics and pharmakinetics data to analysis and fit in suitable model to evaluate the efficiency a drug or new drug dosage and their applications in pharmaceutical development, design ofdose and dosage regimen and in solving the problems.
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology CO1Ability to create revolution in health related research by applying the knowledge of the biological science to genetic engineering, medicine and fermentation technology. CO2Ability to demonstrate and express advances of biotechnology in the different areas like medical, microbial, environmental, bioremediation, agricultural, plant, animal, and forensic CO3Ability to demonstrate the use microbes and mammalian cells for the production of pharmaceutical health products CO4Demonstrate to design research strategy with step-by-step instructions to address a research problem
Quality Assurance CO1 Understanding of role of QA an QC department in safety precaution of medicine and patient CO2Familiar with the knowledge of factors affecting quality of pharmaceuticals CO3Ability to explore the importance of with the Good manufacturing Practices and Good Laboratory Practices in pharmaceutical industry CO4Ability to frame out the guidelines related to pharmaceutical production CO5Perfection in maintaining documentation and records related activities.
Instrumental Methods of Analysis Semester VII CO1Understand the interaction of matter with electromagnetic radiations and its applications in drug analysis. CO2 Understand the chromatographic separation and analysis of drugs.
Industrial pharmacy II CO1This course will give the students fundamental knowledge on pharmaceutical product development and translation from laboratory to market. CO2Know the process of pilot plant and scale up of pharmaceutical dosage forms. CO3Understand the process of technology transfer from lab scale to commercial batch. CO4Know different Laws and Acts that regulate pharmaceutical industry. CO5Understand the approval process and regulatory requirements for drug products.
Pharmacy Practice CO1 Demonstrate knowledge of and ability to use principles of therapeutics, quality improvement, communication, econ omics, health behavior, social and administrative aspects, health policy and legal issues in the practice of pharmacy CO2 Demonstrate the Drug Distribution Methods in hospital and regularize in pharmacy practice CO3Familiar with the principle of management of drug store and inventory control in pharmacy. CO4Familiar with drug monitoring therapy of patient, medication chart review, ability to obtain medication history interviews and patient counseling, identification of drug related problems CO5Ability to practice innovative activities through knowledge of clinical trial CO6Exhibit professional ethics by producing safe and appropriate medication use throughout society
Novel Drug Delivery System CO1 The students are exposed to the newer system of drug delivery system which as overcome the drawbacks of convectional drug delivery system. CO2Designed to impart basic knowledge on the area of novel drug delivery systems. CO3Knowledge of various approaches for development of novel drug delivery systems such controlled, sustained and targeted CO4Knowledge in selection of drugs and polymers for the development of Novel drug delivery systems, their formulation and evaluation
Biostatistics and Research Methodology Semester VIII CO1Acquainted with various statistical methods to solve different types of problems CO2Experienced to operate various statistical software packages CO3Escalate the importance of computer in hospital and community Pharmacy CO4 Appreciate the statistical technique in solving the pharmaceutical problems
Social and Preventive Pharmacy CO1 Students would able to acquire high consciousness/realization of current issues related to health and pharmaceutical problems within the country and worldwide. CO2Students would able to perform critical way of thinking based on current healthcare development. CO3Students would able to evaluate alternative ways of solving problems related to health and pharmaceutical issues
Pharma Marketing Management CO1 The course aims to provide an understanding of marketing conceptsand techniques and their applications in the pharmaceutical industry
Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science CO1Know about the process of drug discovery and development CO2Know the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals CO3Know the regulatory approval process and their registration in Indian and international markets
Pharmacovigilance CO1 Students would learn drug safety monitoring and its important, History and development of pharmacovigilance, National and international scenario of pharmacovigilance, Dictionaries, coding and terminologies used in pharmacovigilance, Detection of new adverse drug reactions and their assessment, International standards for classification of diseases and drugs CO2 Students would learn Adverse drug reaction reporting systems and communication in pharmacovigilance, methods to generate safety data during pre clinical, clinical and post approval phases of drugs’ life cycle, drug safety evaluation in paediatrics, geriatrics, pregnancy and lactation CO3 Students would learn pharmacovigilance Program of India (PvPI) requirement for ADR reporting in India, ICH guidelines for ICSR, PSUR, expedited reporting, pharmacovigilance planning, CIOMS requirements for ADR reporting CO4 Students would able to perform writing case narratives of adverse events and their quality.
Quality Control and Standardization Of Herbals CO1Familiar with the WHO guidelines for quality control of herbal drugs CO2Competency to maintain the Quality assurance in herbal drug industry CO3Information skill regarding the regulatory approval process and their registration in Indian and CO4International markets CO5Appreciate EU and ICH guidelines for quality control of herbal drugs
Computer Aided Drug Design CO1 Familiar with the history of computers in Pharmaceutical Research & Development CO2Ability to demonstrate the role of drug design software in development of lead molecule and pharmacophore CO3Ability to share and explain the knowledge of various physicochemical properties in activity of pharmacophore and drug molecule CO4Familiar with application of drug design software to compute ADME properties and pharmaceutical database CO5Ability establish the mode of action and cause of toxicological, adverse or side effect of chemical entity through drug suite software CO6Ability to explore drug research without harming the animals.
Cell and Molecular Biology CO1 Students would learn cell and molecular biology history, cellular functioning and composition, chemical foundations of cell biology, DNA properties of cell biology. CO2Students would learn protein structure and function, describe cellular membrane structure and function, describe basic molecular genetic mechanisms, Cell Cycle
Cosmetic Science CO1 Familiar with the properties of various ingredients and excipients employed in cosmetic and cosmeceuticals CO2Familiar with the cosmetic formulation technology and evaluation parameters CO3Scientific knowledge to develop cosmetics with desired safety, stability and efficacy
Experimental Pharmacology CO1 Students would learn applications of various commonly used laboratory animals. CO2 Students would able to perform screening methods used in preclinical research. CO3Students would able to perform and demonstrate the importance of biostatistics and researchmethodology. CO4Students would learn design and execute a research hypothesis independently.
Advanced Instrumentation Techniques CO1 Familiar with basic theoretical knowledge of the instrumentation techniques and operations available for estimation and determination of samples. CO2 Theoretically sound to understand and demonstrate the aspects of separation for multi components in a mixture. CO3 Practical skills for the analysis of drugs and excipients using various instrumentation techniques. CO4 Acquaint in skill to make accurate analysis and report the results in well - defined formats. CO5Pragmatic in documentation and expression of the observations with clarity. CO6Ability to maintain the Professional and safety responsibilities for working in the analysis laboratory.
Dietary Supplements And Nutraceuticals CO1Familiarize with the concept behind the theoretical applications of dietary supplements to maintain the healthy nation. CO2Theoretically sound to demonstrate the need of supplement by the different group of people to maintain a healthy life. CO3Familiarize with natural neutraceutical occurs in plant and utility in deficiency disease. CO4Ability to appreciate the regulatory and commercial aspects of dietary supplements including health claims CO5Ability to maintain the quality and potential of neutraceuticals during in-process and storage
Pharmaceutical Product Development CO1Explain the various regulations related to preformulation and formulation development CO2Learn selection and application of excipients in pharmaceutical formulations CO3Explain optimization by factorial designs and their applications. CO4Learn the application of QbD in pharmaceutical product development. CO5Explain regulatory considerations of packaging materials for pharmaceutical product development