Department of Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutics is the science of dosage form design. Pharmaceutics is the discipline of pharmacy that deals with all facets of the process of turning a new chemical entity (NCE) into a medication (dosage form) able to be administered safely and effectively for the patient. There are many drugs with known pharmacological properties are formulated in to a dosage form. Specialisations in Pharmacy deal with specific aspects of scientific knowledge that include design, fabrication, and evaluation of drug delivery systems.
M. Pharmacy is a two year academic course.
Specializations & Intake
- Pharmaceutics (18)
- Pharmaceutical Analysis & QA (18)
- Pharmaceutical management & Regulatory Affairs (18)
After the completion of master degree in Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics), one will have good range of career options in various pharmaceutical companies, in the Formulation R&D, Pilot plant, Technology transfer, Process Validation, In-process Q.A, Regulatory affairs and Production departments.
To produce a competent pharmacist to meet the challenges of the industry in the formulation development, validation, production activities, quality assurance, drug regulatory affairs etc., for becoming niche in the business and to develop the ability to formulate and evaluate various dosage forms, plan his/her work efficiently using the time and resources, think and evaluate scientifically and critically. Pharmaceutics is a Specialized course deals with production /manufacturing, formulation and process development bulk drugs and intermediates, bioavailabity and bioequivalence studies.
Candidates who have passed in B. Pharmacy Degree from any AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education) recognized College/ University with not less than 50% of the Maximum Marks (Aggregate of 4 years in B.Pharmacy). Admission is made through GPAT and/or PGECET for A-Category Seats.
- Regular Guest Seminars from Industry & Institutional Professionals
- In-house Projects
- Industrial Visits
- Practical Oriented Workshops
- Conducting and Participation in National & International Seminars