Pharm. D. is a Latin term which means Pharmaciae doctor.
Pharm. D. is a 6-year doctorate level course, including five years of scholarly examination and a time of temporary position or residency. The course means to get ready qualified hopefuls understudies in the administration of patient prescription treatment and enhancing persistent results.
DURATION: 6 years
ELIGIBILITY: 10+2 from a recognized board.
SUBJECTS -1st year
Human Anatomy & Physiology, Pharmaceutics, Medicinal Biochemistry, Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry, Remedial Mathematics / Biology.
SUBJECTS – 2nd year
Pathophysiology, Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Pharmacognosy & Phytopharmaceuticals, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy, Pharmacotherapeutics 1.
SUBJECTS – 3rd year
Pharmacology 2, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmacotherapeutics 2, Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Formulation.
SUBJECTS – 4th year
Pharmacotherapeutics 3, hospital pharmacy, clinical pharmacy, biostatics & research methodology, bio pharmaceutics & pharmacokinetics, clinical toxicology.
SUBJECTS – 5th year
Clinical research, pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacoeconomics, clinical pharmacokinetics & pharmacotherapeutics drug monitoring, clerkship, project work (six months).
SUBJECTS – 6th year
Internship or Residency Training that includes postings in special units.
Major entrance examinations for admission to the course are :
GPAT (Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test)
UP-CPMT (Uttar Pradesh Combined Pre-Medical Test)
PMET (Punjab Pre-Medical Entrance Test)
UPSEE Pharmacy (Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination)
Note: Pharm.D. (Post baccalaureate) is a course with 3-year duration. It includes 2 years of study and one-year internship. Eligibility is a pass in B. Pharma. from PCI approved institution)
M.B.A IN PHARMACEUTICAL MANAGEMENT
MBA in Pharmaceutical Management is a 2-year postgraduate course involving an advanced study of Pharmaceutical science and technology with various marketing and business strategies.
DURATION: 2 years
ELIGIBILITY: graduation from a recognized university with a minimum aggregate score 50% (45% for SC/ST) candidates.
SUBJECTS – 1st year
Quantitative techniques in management, managerial economics, managerial accounting, managerial communication organizational behaviour, principles of management, computer application in management, communicative English: laboratory-1, business environment cost and management accounting, marketing management, human resource management, business research methodology, communicative English: laboratory-2.
SUBJECTS – 2nd year
Strategic management, pharmaceutical management information system, anatomy, physiology & pharmacology, legal aspects of pharmaceutical business, pharmaceutical multinational management, personality growth lab-1, entrepreneurship and management of innovation, management control system, corporate governance and business ethics, pharmaceutical advance human resource management, pharmaceutical management research project, practical work: personality growth lab- 2.
Market Research Analyst
Sales & Marketing
Supply Chain Management
Clinical Research Business Development
Pharmaceutical management in hospital
Pharmaceutical Regulatory Management
Export Management and Q.A. Management
PhD IN PHARMACY
Ph.D. in Pharmacy is a 3-year full-time doctoral course divided into 6 semesters. Least qualification is post-graduation in Pharmacy, finished from a recognized college
DURATION: 3 years
ELIGIBILITY: master degree in pharmacy.
SUBJECTS: 1st year
Advanced Pharmacokinetics, Advanced Pharmaceutics-1, Advanced Pharmaceutics 2, Scientific writing, Advanced Drug Delivery, Fundamental Laboratory Methods, Regulatory Affairs, Biostatistics Experimental Design.
SUBJECTS: 2nd year
Advanced pharmacology 1, advanced pharmacology 2, scientific writing, cardiovascular and renal pharmacology, neuropharmacology, cellular pharmacology, pharmacology seminar, principles of molecular pharmacology.
SUBJECTS: 3rd year
Cardiovascular and Renal Pharmacology, Neuropharmacology, Selected topics in Pharmacology, Cellular Pharmacology, Selected topics in Pharmaceutics, Fundamental Laboratory methods, Regulatory affairs, Advanced Drug Delivery System.
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