Bachelor in Pharmacy

Dayananda Sagar Institutions
In Bangalore

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DAYANANDA SAGAR EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS Shivage Malleshwara Hills, Kumaraswamy Layout, 560078, Karnataka, India
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Course programme



Courses of study for B.Pharma :
The course of study for B.Pharma I, II, III and IV year, shall include the respective theory and practical subjects as per the following table.
I B.Ph arma

Sl.No.

Subject Hrs/Week :: Theory :: Hrs/Week :: Practicals : Hrs/Week :: Tutions : Hrs/Week :: Per Batch of 20 students

1.1

Human Anatomy & Physiology :Hours :03 :Hours :03 Hours : 01

1.2

Pharmaceutics
(Dispensing & General Pharmacy) :Hours :02 :Hours :03:Hours : 01

1.3

Pharmacology- I :Hours :02 :Hours :03 :Hours :01

1.4

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry- I :Hours : 02 :Hours : 03 :Hours :01

1.5

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry :Hours :03 :Hours :03 :Hours :01

1.6*

Mathematics :Hours :02 :Hours :00 :Hours :00

or Biology :Hours : 02 :Hours :02 :Hours : 00

1.7*

Computer Science & Statistics :Hours :02 :Hours :03 :Hours :00
Total no. of working hours 16/18 16/19 05
*College Exams only 37 hours

II B.Pharma

Sl.No. :: Subject : Hrs/Week :: Theory : Hrs/Week :: Practicals : Hrs/Week :: Tutions : Hrs/Week :: Per Batch of 20 students

2.1

Physical Pharmaceutics :Hours :03 :Hours :03 :Hours : 01

2.2

Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology :Hours :03 :Hours : 03 :Hours : 01

2.3

Patho-physiology :Hours : 03 :Hours : 00 :Hours :03

2.4

Applied Biochemistry :Hours :03 :Hours :03 :Hours :01

2.5

Pharmaceutical Organic
Chemistry II :Hours :03 :Hours :03 :Hours :02

Total no. of working hours 15 12 08
35 hours

III B.Ph arma

Sl.No.

Subject :Hrs/Week :: Theory :Hrs/Week :: Practicals :Hrs/Week :: Tutions :Hrs/Week :: Per Batch of 20 students

3.1

Medicinal Chemistry - I :Hours :03 :Hours :03 :Hours :02

3.2

Pharmaceutical Junsprudence :Hours :02 :Hours :00 :Hours :01

3.3

Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry :Hours :03 :Hours :03 :Hours :02

3.4

Pharmaceutical Engineering :Hours :03 :Hours :04 :Hours :02

3.5

Pharmacology:Hours : 03 :Hours :03 :Hours :02

Total no. of working hours 14 13 09
34 hours

IV B.Ph arma

Sl.No. :: Subject :Hrs/Week :: Theory :Hrs/Week :: Practicals
Hrs/Week :: Tutions : Hrs/Week :: Per Batch of 20 students

4.1

Phamaceutical Biotechnology & Bio-pharmaceutics :Hours :04 :Hours :03 :Hours :01 :Hours :4.2

Instrumental & Biomedical Analysis :Hours :02 :Hours :03 :Hours :01

4.3

Pharmacology & Toxicology :Hours :02 :Hours :04 :Hours :01

4.4

Medicine
Chemistry II :Hours :02 :Hours :03 :Hours :01

4.5

Industrial Pharmacognosy :Hours :02 :Hours :03 :Hours :01

4.6

Electives :Hours :(02+02):Hours :00 :Hours :01

Total no. of working hours 14 13 09
34 hours

Industrial Pharmacy
Advanced Industrial Pharmacy (Compulsory elective)

a.

Pharmaceutical Production Management one

b.

Total Quality Management optional only

c.

Pharmaceutical Management & Marketing

d.

Herbal Drug Technology

Pharmacy Practice
Pharmacokinetics & Therapeutic Drug monitoring (compulsory elective)
a.

Hospital & Community Pharmacy one

b.

Clinical Pharmacy optional only

c.

Total No of working hours 16 16 06 38 hours

Duration of the course :
The course of study for B.Pharma shall extend over a period of four academic years.

Medium of Instruction :
Medium of instructions shall be English.

Attendance :
A candidate is required to put in at least 80% attendance in Theory and Practical subjects separately in a recognized institution approved by and affiliated to RGHHS. The candidate should complete the prescribed course satisfactorily to be eligible for the examination.

Internet Assessment :
Three sessional examinations (evenly spaced) shall be conducted during the academic year. The average marks of the best two examinations shall be computed out of a maximum of 20 marks and shall constitute the sessional award in theory.
Students are expected to perform the number of experiments listed in respective syllabi. Marks shall be awarded out of a maximum of 10 to each of the practical exercise and an average of those shall be computed out of a maximum of 20 marks.

A regular record of both theory and practical class work and sessional exams are maintained.

Award of Degree :
The Degree in Pharmacy will be awarded during the ensuing convocation for successful candidates by the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.

Industrial Tour :
Candidates studying in the Final Year of the course shall visit several pharmaceutical manufacturing houses as a supplement to their academic training and submit a report to the satisfaction of the Head of the Institution.

Guest Lectures :
Guest Lectures by professionals working in reputed institutions and research establishments are arranged periodically for the benefit of the students.


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