Courses Offered

Courses Offered


Diploma in Pharmacy is a short-range course for aspirants who want to start their career in the field of pharmacy. Instead of doing long term courses in pharmacy domain, D. Pharmacy course is the ideal choice for the student who wants a quick start in their pharmacy career. Pursuing D. Pharm can be a good beginning to understand the fundamentals of pharmacy programme and then pursue advanced courses like B. Pharm & D.Pharma Diploma in Pharmacy covers fundamental Pharmacy Education including the application of chemistry in the pharma industry, theoretical & practical concepts of biochemistry, pharmacology and toxicology. The course enables the students to study about different chemical salts, their application and uses in medicine. The programme holds fine significance in the pharmaceutical industry.


In our day to day life pharmacists play an imperative role as they are especially involved in research and manufacture of medicines. As a pharmacist, one has to twig the concerto and effect of medicines. Thus, pharmacy is closely associated with the scientific study. This course of pharmacy aims to develop an understanding of how the body works, the effects of disease, how medicines are made delivered to affect the body and importantly how to ensure that patients get the maximum benefit from medicines with the minimum incidence of side effects. B.Pharma degree is a good launching pad for higher studies. It provides the basic qualification for Masters degree in different specializations of Pharmacy.A pharmacist is involved in manufacturing, distributing, retailing and dispensing of drugs to the required consumers thus creating a vast scope of employment opportunities in hospitals and medical directorates that involve inspecting and analysis of drugs in the manufacturing units. Pharmacists dispense prescription drugs to patients. They provide information about those drugs and help patients understand the instructions their doctors or other health practitioners provided. They monitor their patients health and progress to make sure their medications are working effectively and safely. A wide array of opportunities is also present in the education and research industry. As the use of prescription drugs increases demand for pharmacists will grow in every existing community and with this change in scenario self-employment is another major scope for a pharmacist


The department of Pharmacology is concerned with the aspects of education and research activities involving effects of drugs on living organisms in respect to chemical nature, origin (natural or synthetic), which affects a biological system. Pharmacology may involve how organisms handle drugs, mechanism of drug action, drug toxicity, the use of drugs as probes to demarcate biological processes in health and disease, identification of new targets for drug action, and the design and development of new drugs. These investigations can occur at the molecular, subcellular, cellular, tissue or whole organism level. Pharmacology is an interdisciplinary discipline employing investigational approaches that may include biochemistry, physiology, immunology, molecular biology, genetics and cell biology. Department of Pharmacology addresses these issues from an interdisciplinary perspective.

 Department laboratories are equipped with amenities for the research in areas like endocrinology, neuropharmacology, cardiovascular, psychopharmacology, cardiovascular etc. Besides this research in the area of Pharmacokinetics and Biochemical Pharmacology are also carried out. The institution is having approved air-conditioned modern animal house by the Institutional Animal Ethics Committee (IAEC) with separate forgery, wash area, store for animal food, cages for rats, mice, rabbits and guinea pigs, racks for cages and trolleys etc.


Pharmaceutics is one of core subjects in drug development. Pharmaceutics along with Pharmacology contribute maximum in turning a new chemical entity (NCE) into a medication to be used safely and effectively by patients. The focus areas are preformulation, formulation development, pharmacokinetics, bioavailability and bioequivalence, conventional and novel drug delivery systems, etc.The scope of Master in Pharmaceutics: Formulation unit; Production unit; Advanced materials and delivery system; Patents & IPR section; Cosmetics manufacturing; QC & QA Testing area; Private Entrepreneurship; Packaging section; Drug regulatory affairs and Academics.Students are motivated and advised to find interest in the respective area of research from start of the semester. During the course of time students are suggested to give presentations on area identified and work plan. One year is fully dedicated to research work and possible outcome will be patent, publications, thesis or dissertation etc.The Department of Pharmaceutics is responsible for providing knowledge regarding the formulation development and regulatory aspects of the pharmaceutical industry.