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Bachelor of Pharmacy (B Pharm)
Key Facts & Figures
Type
Bachelor
Degree
B Pharm
Eligibility
Semester Fee
61,000 INR
Mode of study
Full-time
Medium of Instruction
English
Credit Points
209
Location
DAV University Campus
Start date
July-August
Bachelor of Pharmacy(B.Pharm)

The B.Pharmacy programme at DAV University offers a comprehensive education in the field of pharmacy, covering various aspects from manufacturing to dispensing of a drugs. A thorough understanding of pharmaceutical sciences and healthcare is provided by pharmacy course. Students gain knowledge of drug development, discovery, and regulation. Pharmaceutics, medicinal chemistry, pharmacognosy, pharmaceutical analysis and pharmacology are all covered in the curriculum.

Emphasis is placed on developing practical skills in patient counselling, dispensing, and compounding. Students learn about disease management and pharmacotherapy so they can participate in patient care. Ethics and regulatory observance are essential elements of pharmacy practice. Students learn about healthcare systems, which encourages cooperation between different professions. Additionally, modern topics like global health and personalized medicine are covered in the curriculum. Graduates can work in industry as professionals or as pharmacists or pharmaceutical researchers, advancing the field of medicine.

Eligibility

Candidate shall have passed 10+2 examination conducted by the respective state/central government authorities recognized as equivalent to 10+2 examination by the Association of Indian Universities (AIU) with English as one of the subjects and Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (P.C.M) and or Biology (P.C.B / P.C.M.B.) as optional subjects individually. Any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examinations.

Why this programme?

The Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm)  programme offers a unique opportunity to explore and excel in the field of pharmaceutical science. Here's why you should consider this programme:

Impact on Healthcare: Pharmacy is essential to healthcare because it ensures that medications are used safely and effectively, which improves patient wellbeing.

Various Career Paths: A degree in pharmacy opens doors to a variety of careers, including roles in academia, industry, community and hospital pharmacies, pharmaceutical research, and pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Patient Interaction: Professionals can give tailored medication advice and contribute to patient care in pharmacies, which is a rare opportunity for direct patient interaction.

Innovation and Research: There are many prospects for innovation and research in the dynamic field of pharmacy due to ongoing developments in pharmaceutical technology, drug development, and healthcare delivery.

Relevance on a Global Scale: The pharmacy profession presents opportunities to improve healthcare systems and tackle global public health issues.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration: In order to promote an interdisciplinary approach to patient care, pharmacy professionals frequently work in conjunction with other medical specialists.

Ethical Practice: A strong emphasis on ethical issues is placed in pharmacy education to guarantee that graduates maintain the highest standards of professionalism and patient-centered care.

Ongoing Education: The ever-changing landscape of the pharmaceutical industry promotes a dedication to lifelong learning, keeping experts abreast of the most recent advancements.

Personal Fulfillment: Choosing a career in pharmacy can be gratifying and influential since it allows one to help patients manage their health through medication therapy.

During Your Study

As a Pharmacy student, you'll have access to:

State-of-the-Art Facilities

Students have access to modern laboratories equipped with the latest instruments and technologies, allowing them to gain hands-on experience in pharmaceutical research and analysis.

Experienced Faculty

Our faculty members are experts in their respective fields, bringing a wealth of knowledge and industry experience to the classroom. They are committed to providing students with quality education and guidance throughout their academic journey.

Industry Partnerships

Partnerships with leading pharmaceutical companies and healthcare organizations provides students with opportunities for internships, research projects, and industry exposure.

Interdisciplinary Learning

Our curriculum integrates concepts from various disciplines such as chemistry, biology, and medicine, enabling students to develop a holistic understanding of the Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Professional Development

In addition to academic coursework, we offer workshops, seminars, and career counseling sessions to help students develop essential skills for success in the pharmaceutical industry.

Research Opportunities

Students have the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge research projects under the guidance of faculty mentors, contributing to advancements in the field of pharmaceutical sciences.

Courses
Semester I
  • Pharmaceutics –Theory
  • Pharmaceutics –Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry –Practical
  • Pharmacognosy –Theory
  • Pharmacognosy –Practical
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology –Theory
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology – Practical
  • Social Pharmacy –Theory
  • Social Pharmacy –Practical
Semester II
  • Pharmacology –Theory
  • Pharmacology –Practical
  • Community Pharmacy & Management –Theory
  • Community Pharmacy & Management – Practical
  • Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology – Theory
  • Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology – Practical
  • Pharmacotherapeutics– Theory
  • Pharmacotherapeutics– Practical
  • Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy – Theory
  • Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy – Practical
  • Pharmacy Law & Ethics
Semester-III
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory
  • Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Practical
  • Physical Pharmaceutics I – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Practical
  • Pharmaceutical Engineering – Practical
Semester-IV
  • Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III – Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory
  • Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory
  • Pharmacology I – Theory
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Theory
  • Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical
  • Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical
  • Pharmacology I – Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Practical
Semester-V
  • Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory
  • Industrial PharmacyI– Theory
  • Pharmacology II – Theory
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II– Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory
  • Industrial PharmacyI – Practical
  • Pharmacology II – Practical
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II –Practical
Semester-VI
  • Medicinal Chemistry III – Theory
  • Pharmacology III – Theory
  • Herbal Drug Technology – Theory
  • Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics –Theory
  • Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory
  • Quality Assurance –Theory
  • Medicinal chemistry III – Practical
  • Pharmacology III – Practical
  • Herbal Drug Technology – Practical
Semester-VII
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory
  • Industrial PharmacyII – Theory
  • Pharmacy Practice – Theory
  • Novel Drug Delivery System – Theory
  • Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Practical
  • Practice School
Semester-VIII
  • Biostatistics and Research Methodology
  • Social and Preventive Pharmacy
  • Pharma Marketing Management
  • Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals
  • Computer Aided Drug Design
  • Cell and Molecular Biology
  • Cosmetic Science
  • Experimental Pharmacology
  • Advanced Instrumentation Techniques
  • Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals
  • Project Work

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