PO's

(Programme Outcomes)


Students will be able to

  • PO1-Pharmacy Knowledge : Possess knowledge and comprehension of the core and basic knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy.
  • PO2-Modern tool usage : Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO3-Leadership skills : Understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and team-building when planning changes required for fulfilment of practice, professional and societal responsibilities. Assume participatory roles as responsible citizens or leadership roles when appropriate to facilitate improvement in health and wellbeing.
  • PO4-Professional Identity : Understand, analyse and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, promoters of health, educators, managers, employers, employees).
  • PO5-Pharmaceutical Ethics : Honour personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Demonstrate behaviour that recognizes cultural and personal variability in values, communication and lifestyles. Use ethical frameworks; apply ethical principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.
  • PO6-Communication : Communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective presentations and documentation, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO7-The Pharmacist and society : Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.
  • PO8-Environment and sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO9-Life-long learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Self-assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an on-going basis.

  • PO1-Pharmacy Knowledge : Possess knowledge and comprehension of the core and basic knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy, including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; behavioural, social, and administrative pharmacy sciences; and manufacturing practices.
  • PO2-Planning Abilities : Demonstrate effective planning abilities including time management, resource management, delegation skills and organizational skills. Develop and implement plans and organize work to meet deadlines.
  • PO3-Problem analysis : Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyse, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.
  • PO4-Modern tool usage : Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO5-Leadership skills : Understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and team-building when planning changes required for fulfilment of practice, professional and societal responsibilities. Assume participatory roles as responsible citizens or leadership roles when appropriate to facilitate improvement in health and well being.
  • PO6-Professional Identity : Understand, analyze and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, promoters of health, educators, managers, employers, employees).
  • PO7-Pharmaceutical Ethics : Honour personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Demonstrate behavior that recognizes cultural and personal variability in values, communication and lifestyles. Use ethical frameworks; apply ethical principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.
  • PO8-Communication : Communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective presentations and documentation, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO9-The Pharmacist and society : Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.
  • PO10-Environment and sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO11-Life-long learning : Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Self-assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an on-going basis.

After completion graduate are ready to:

  • PO1-Pharmacy knowledge : Possess knowledge and comprehension of the core and basic knowledge pertaining to the profession of pharmacy, including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; clinical practices.
  • PO2-Clinical Pharmacy Practice : Develop competency in analysing and interpretation skills in medical emergency and provide high quality therapy in all areas of clinical care and monitoring including structure based therapeutic evaluation. appreciate the concept of Rational drug therapy in diverse therapeutic intervention. Provide high quality evidence based patient-centric care with clinician.
  • PO3-Problem Analysis : Develop ability to utilize the principles of scientific enquiry and improves critical thinking in order to identify, formulate and solve the issues related to Patient care.
  • PO4-Modern tool Usage : Learn, select and apply appropriate techniques, and efficient utilization of resources, softwares for overcoming the limitations of conventional practices.
  • PO5-Communication skills : Communicate effectively regarding issues related to patient specific with the pharmacy community and society.
  • PO6-Professional Identity : Act in consultative position with other healthcare team and contribute to the training of pharmacy students and the growth and success of pharmacy profession.
  • PO7-Pharmaceutical Ethics : Honour personal values and apply ethical values in professional and social context. Demonstrate high degree of professional, ethical and legal manners, conforming with all national, state and local rules and regulations related to pharmacy practice.
  • PO8-Planning Abilities : Develop and apply skills for time management and utilization of resources and implement them to complete the task to meet deadlines.
  • PO9-Leadership skills : Inculcate leadership abilities for competent team-centric approaches to improve and facilitate the health and well-being of society.
  • PO10-Environment and sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solution in societal and environmental perspectives, and demonstrate the knowledge for sustainable development.
  • PO11-Life-long learning : Recognize the need to engage independent and life long learning to update the practice to keep in pace with the ever-changing technological aspects. Self-assessment along with feedback analysis to identify the grey areas for improvement of diverse skills as a continuous process.

  • PO1-Applied Pharmacy Knowledge : Possess knowledge of the core and fundamental principles associated with modern pharmaceutical technologies, biopharmaceutics, drug regulatory affairs, formulation and evaluation of novel drug delivery systems.
  • PO2-Research and development : Utilize skills for the development of new drug delivery approaches for diverse type of active pharmaceutical ingredients. Demonstrate an understanding of the computer-aided processes required to conduct pharmaceutical research.
  • PO3-Problem analysis : Develop ability for in depth analytical and critical thinking in order to identify, formulate and solve the issues related to pharmaceutical development, manufacturing and regulatory processes.
  • PO4-Modern tool usage : Select modern formulation optimization technologies with application of statistical hypothesis testing during development and evaluation of nanoformulations. Use in silico approaches for biopharmaceutical studies.
  • PO5-Communication : Make effective documentation, report writing and presentations. Learn communication skills in order to execute the responsibilities successfully towards development of an expertise as per the needs of pharmaceutical industry and academia.
  • PO6-Professional identity : Demonstrate typical professional, legal manners, conforming with all the guidelines of regulatory bodies. Contribute to the training of pharmacy students and the growth and success of pharmacy profession.
  • PO7-Leadership skills : Demonstrate the ability to implement plans and organize tasks within deadlines in the areas of research and manufacturing. Able to apply skills related to management of resources.
  • PO8-Planning abilities : Develop and apply skills for planning and executing activities related to formulation development, manufacturing and regulatory filings.
  • PO9-Pharmaceutical ethics : Demonstrate a high degree of honesty and fairness. Apply ethical principles while making decisions and take accountability for the outcomes related to the decisions.
  • PO10-Environmental sustainability : Address the issues of environmental pollution, industrial waste, utilization of huge amount of water by applying skills to improve production processes and to ensure environmental sustainability.
  • PO11-Life-long learning : Ability to involve in independent and continuous learning process as per the need and technological advancements. Use of feedback from other professionals and identification of learning requirements for life-long learning improvement. Understand the role of conferences, seminars and workshops for knowledge progression.

On successful completion of Pharmacology and Toxicology, students should be able to:

  • PO1-Advanced Pharmacy knowledge : Possess comprehension knowledge and basic principles regarding the screening techniques and advanced knowledge on molecular basis of mechanism of action related to clinical practices.
  • PO2-Preclinical research Practice : Utilize skills for designing appropriate protocol for preclinical screening of diverse compounds and analysing them for suitability in clinical management of disorders.
  • PO3-Problem Analysis : Develop ability to utilise the principles of scientific enquiry and Outline critically appraise the principal steps involved in advancement of Pharmacology.
  • PO4-Modern tool Usage : Learn, select and apply appropriate techniques, and efficient utilization of resources, softwares for overcoming the limitations of conventional practices.
  • PO5-Research Communication skills : Ability to document all the research outcomes in terms of reports for Communicating effectively to journals, proceedings or conferences for sharing their experience with other scientific fraternity.
  • PO6-Professional Identity : Act in consultative position and abiding with all the regulatory guidelines of governing bodies. Further demonstrate scientific practice to o pharmacy students and contribute to the training of the growth and success of pharmacy profession.
  • PO7-Pharmaceutical Ethics : Honour personal values and apply ethical values in professional and social context. Demonstrate high degree of professional, ethical and legal manners, conforming with all national, state and local rules and regulations related to pharmacy practice.
  • PO8-Planning Abilities : Develop and apply skills for time management and utilization of resources and implement them to complete the task to meet deadlines. critically appraise the principal steps involved in practice of clinical Pharmacology.
  • PO9-Leadership skills : Inculcate leadership abilities for competent team-centric approaches to improve and facilitate the health and well-being of society.
  • PO10-Environment and sustainability : Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solution in societal and environmental perspectives, and demonstrate the knowledge for sustainable development.
  • PO11-Life-long learning : Recognize the need to develop independent ideas to solve the community issues and critically review the outcomes for further interest. Understand the importance of attending the participation in scientific seminars/ conferences/workshops for life-long learning.

  • PO1-Domain Knowledge : possess subjective knowledge of fundamental principles and core concepts related to Pharmaceutical Chemistry, including points of intersection with interdisciplinary areas.
  • PO2-Research Aptitude : possess a keen interest in acquiring latest research developments in the area of drug development in general and pharmaceutical chemistry in particular.
  • PO3-Critical thinking : possess sufficient proficiency in problem solving skills, based on analytical thinking and research based approaches. Shall be able to identify and assess problems and find appropriate long term solutions to them.
  • PO4-Professional Behavior : practice time management, resource management, organization skills and offer strategies to meet deadlines. Work in a team and participate in lifelong learning and continuous improvement in the profession
  • PO5-Modern practices : identify and acquire, latest tools of trade and scientific methods related to pharmaceutical chemistry and allied science, and be able to deploy them with thorough understanding of their capabilities and limitations.
  • PO6-Communication skills : To Speak, write, read and listen clearly in person and through electronic media in English and in at least one Indian language, and relate to the world by connecting with people, ideas, books, media and technology.
  • PO7-Ethics : practice and adhere to ethical principles in personal and professional life and strive to spread these virtues in the society. Respect people for their individual identity and be unbiased towards others with respect to race, cast and creed, culture, sex, physical and mental debility.
  • PO8-Citizenship : Demonstrate empathetic social concern and equity cantered national development and the ability to act with an informed awareness of issues and participate in civic life through volunteering.
  • PO9-Life-long Learning : be open minded to keep acquiring latest tools and techniques related to pharmaceutical chemistry from various sources and contribute to the existing knowledge by adding own experiences to the body of knowledge
  • PO10-Environment and sustainability : understand the effect of materials used in pharmaceutical chemistry on environment, apply domain knowledge judiciously to minimize negative impact on environment and create sustainable solutions from the view point of pharmaceutical research and drug development.
  • PO11-Conduct investigations of complex problems : To understand and contribute drug discovery principles and computational tools through different models, softwares in order to provide solutions to complex problems in drug discovery and cures in diseases and conditions presently considered non treatable. To provide better drug molecules with improved characteristics in the future.

PEO's

(Programme Educational Outcomes)


Students will be able to

  • PEO1 : To make available a thorough pharmaceutical education leading to D. Pharmacy Degree.
  • PEO2 : To impart students with adequate knowledge and skills to perform as health care provider in hospital and community pharmacy.
  • PEO3 : To develop trained pharmacists having technical expertise along with strong communication skills and multidisciplinary approach.
  • PEO4 : To inculcate systematic approaches about the management of resources and functioning of hospital and community pharmacy.
  • PEO5 : To nurture pharmacists to tackle obstacles of pharmacy practice.
  • PEO6 : To ensure persistent development and to participate in life-long learning process for a highly fruitful career.

  • PEO1 :To produce pharmacy graduates with basic and applied concepts of different pharmaceutical disciplines.
  • PEO2 :To impart students with adequate knowledge and skills to perform as health care provider and contribute towards National Health Programme.
  • PEO3 :To develop trained pharmacists having technical expertise along with strong communication skills and multidisciplinary approach.
  • PEO4 :To train students in drug regulatory affairs and price control of drugs.
  • PEO5 :To inculcate entrepreneurship and management aptitudes in future pharmacists.
  • PEO6 :To ensure continuous development of graduates to participate in life-long learning process for a highly productive career.

  • PEO1 :To make available a complete pharmaceutical education leading to Pharm. D. Degree.
  • PEO2 :To prepare graduates as health care expert with emphasis on inter-professional health care team-based patient care.
  • PEO3 :To develop the skills in monitoring of the National Health Programmes and schemes, oriented to provide preventive and promotive health care services to the community.
  • PEO4 :To develop a trained clinical pharmacist who functions effectively as a member of health care team organized to deliver the health and family welfare services in existing socio-economic environment.
  • PEO5 :To promote health, wellness and disease prevention by developing the rationale use of drugs.
  • PEO6 :To inculcate leadership abilities as a member of clinical health care team.

On successful completion of Pharmaceutics, students should be able to:

  • PEO1 : To make available a complete applied pharmaceutical education leading to M. Pharm. Degree in Pharmaceutics.
  • PEO2 : To prepare graduates for a career in pharmaceutical industry, academia and to continue research activities in various pharma avenues including higher studies.
  • PEO3 : To develop skills for designing and development of new formulation approaches as per need of the society.
  • PEO4 : To integrate applied pharmacy knowledge and skills with research aptitude.
  • PEO5 : To develop entrepreneurship capabilities in upcoming pharmacy professionals.
  • PEO6 : To inculcate leadership abilities as member of formulation research and development team.

On successful completion of Pharmacology and Toxicology, students should be able to:

  • PEO1 : To make available a complete applied pharmaceutical education leading to M. Pharm. Degree in Pharmacology.
  • PEO2 : To impart the detail concept of pharmacology and toxicology, advanced pharmacology along with clinical applications of drugs.
  • PEO3 : To provide basic knowledge of toxicity and its management and principles of bioassay of different drugs
  • PEO4 : To inculcate skills for selection of experimental models in order to screen different pharmacological agents along with several regulatory ethical guidelines concerned with it.
  • PEO5 : To develop skills related to signaling concepts of drugs with special attention given to endogenous bioactive molecules, and their pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic profile.
  • PEO6 : To provide a strong foundation regarding chronopharmacology, immunopharmacology and gene-based pharmacology which would be a framework for future pharmacological approach to a specific problem in the field of drug development.

  • PEO1 : To make available a complete applied pharmaceutical education leading to M. Pharm. Degree in Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
  • PEO2 : To apply knowledge and skills to develop synthetic procedures for new active pharmaceutical ingredients.
  • PEO3 : To think critically about drug structure as a mirror of its biological action.
  • PEO4 : To gain knowledge of drug action at the cellular and molecular level with respect to physicochemical and stereochemical aspects of drug molecules.
  • PEO5 : To identify the possible drug–drug, drug–food interactions based on the knowledge of the chemical structure.
  • PEO6 : To develop skills for analysis of drugs to assure the quality of drugs as raw materials and in dosage forms by applying chemical and instrumental methods of analysis.

PSO's

(Programme Specific Outcomes)


  • PSO1 :Work with pharmaceutical industry related to sales and distribution of pharmaceutical products.
  • PSO2 :Explore opportunities as pharmacists in community and hospital pharmacy settings in government and non-government organizations.
  • PSO3 :Dispense medication and assist in patient counselling.

  • PSO1 :Work in different divisions of pharmaceutical industry like manufacturing, quality control, quality assurance, sales, marketing and regulatory divisions.
  • PSO2 :Explore opportunities as pharmacists in community and hospital pharmacy settings.
  • PSO3 :Join different government organizations as drug analyst, chemist and drug inspectors for better management and control of pharmaceutical activities.

  • PSO1 :Work with medical practitioners in hospitals and clinics to improve pharmacotherapy for better patient compliance.
  • PSO2 :Explore opportunities with pharmaceutical industries and government organizations as medical writer, pharmacovigilance associate and clinical research associate.
  • PSO3 :Educate patients and other communities for safe and rational use of medications.

  • PSO1 :Work in different divisions of pharmaceutical industry like manufacturing, quality control, quality assurance, analytical research, formulation research and regulatory affairs.
  • PSO2 :Become an entrepreneur in the areas of formulation research and development, pharmaceutical manufacturing, pharmaceutical consultancy services, drug sales and distribution.
  • PSO3 :Explore opportunities in different government and non-government organizations as drug analyst, academician, research scientist and drug inspector.

  • PSO1 :Work in different divisions of pharmaceutical industry like manufacturing, quality assurance, analytical, preclinical research, pharmacovigilance and regulatory affairs.
  • PSO2 :Become an entrepreneur in the areas of clinical research, preclinical development, pharmaceutical consultancy services, drug sales and distribution.
  • PSO3 :Explore opportunities in different government and non-government organizations as clinical research associate, academician, research scientist and drug inspector.

After successful completion of the program the student will be able to:


  • PSO1 :Work in different divisions of pharmaceutical industry like manufacturing, quality control, quality assurance, analytical research, active pharmaceutical ingredient synthesis and regulatory affairs.
  • PSO2 :Become an entrepreneur in the areas of new molecule development, analytical method development, pharmaceutical consultancy services, drug sales and distribution.
  • PSO3 :Explore opportunities in different government and non-government organizations as drug analyst, academician, research scientist and drug inspector.

CO's

(Course Outcomes)

Year: 1st  
THEORY


PHARMACEUTICS– THEORY (ER20-11T)

  • CO1: Acquire the knowledge of the profession of Pharmacy in India in relation to pharmacy education, industry, pharmacy practice, and various professional associations.
  • CO2: Students able to know about Pharmaceutical packaging.
  • CO3: Students able to know about Pharmaceutical aids & Preservatives.
  • CO4: Understand the Unit operations, objectives/applications, principles, construction, and workings.
  • CO5: Students able to know about the Types of Tablet, Capsule formulation development and manufacturing technique. and also understand about liquid oral preparations, topical preparations, powders and granules, sterile formulations, immunological products.
  • CO6: Able to understand Novel drug delivery systems and basic structure, layout, sections, and activities of pharmaceutical manufacturing plants.

PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY – THEORY (ER20-12T)

  • CO1: Learn the introduction to pharmaceutical chemistry, sources and types of error, impurity testing in pharmaceuticals, volumetric and gravimetric analysis of the chemical substances given in the official monographs.
  • CO2: Understand the pharmaceutical formulations, market preparations, storage conditions and uses of inorganic pharmaceuticals. Introduction to nomenclature of organic chemical systems (heterocyclic compounds).
  • CO3: Discuss the study of the medicinal compounds with respect to drugs acting on central nervous system, autonomic nervous system and cholinergic drugs and related agents.
  • CO4: Discuss the study of the medicinal compounds with respect to drugs acting on cardiovascular system, and diuretics.
  • CO5: Describe the study of the medicinal compounds with respect to hypoglycemic agents, analgesic, Anti-inflammatory, and non-steroidal antiinflammatory agents (NSAIDs).
  • CO6: Discuss the study of the medicinal compounds with respect to anti-infective agents, antibiotics and antineoplastic agents.

PHARMACOGNOSY – THEORY (ER20-13T)

  • CO1: Identify the important/common crude drugs of natural origin.
  • CO2: Describe the uses of herbs in nutraceuticals and cosmaceuticals.
  • CO3: Discuss the principles of alternative system of medicines.
  • CO4: Describe the importance of quality control of drugs of natural origin.
  • CO5: To know the modern extraction techniques, characterization and identification of the herbal drugs and phytoconstituents.
  • CO6: To understand the preparation and development of herbal formulation.

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY – THEORY (ER20-14T)

  • CO1: Learn about the scope of anatomy and physiology, the structure, parts and function of cell and various tissues of the human body.
  • CO2: To acquire knowledge about anatomical types of bones, movements and disorders, components of blood, homeostatic regulation.
  • CO3: To learn about physiology and mechanism of the lymphatic system, anatomy of heart with its physiology including cardiac cycle with heart sounds, ECG, blood pressure and their regulation in human body.
  • CO4: To understood the significance of various anatomy and physiology of respiratory, skeletal and digestive system including mechanism of muscle contraction.
  • CO5: To gain knowledge about the anatomy and vital physiology of sensory organs, nervous system and urinary system and related disorders.
  • CO6: To learn about the anatomy and physiology of male and female reproductive system including spermatogenesis and oogenesis along with the functioning of hormones, significance of menstruation, pregnancy and parturition including pancreas and gonads.

SOCIAL PHARMACY – THEORY (ER20-15T)

  • CO1: Discuss about the Social Pharmacy, its scope and role of Pharmacist in Public and private health systems.
  • CO2: Describe various sources of health hazards and disease preventive measures and effect of environment on Health.
  • CO3: Discuss the healthcare issues associated with food and nutritional substances.
  • CO4: Gain knowledge about Epidemiology and its application and learned about terms like pandemic, endemic. Learn about Respiratory infections, Intestinal infections, Arthropod-borne infection, and STDs.
  • CO5: Learn about the Healthcare system in India and all ongoing national programs.
  • CO6: Discuss about the Pharmacoeconomics and its application.

PHARMACOLOGY – THEORY (ER20-21T)

  • CO1: Describe the basic concepts of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
  • CO2: Students able to know about definition, classification, pharmacological actions, dose, indications, and contraindications of PNS & eye related diseases & their drugs.
  • CO3: Students able to know about definition, classification, pharmacological actions, dose, indications, and contraindications of CNS & CVS related diseases & their drugs.
  • CO4: Students able to know about definition, classification, pharmacological actions, dose, indications, and contraindications of blood & blood forming organ & respiratory system related diseases & their drugs
  • CO5: Students able to know about definition, classification, pharmacological actions, dose, indications, and contraindications of G.I.T., Kidney & hormones related diseases & their drugs.
  • CO6: Students able to know about definition, classification, pharmacological actions, dose, indications, and contraindications of Autocoids, Chemotherapeutic agents & also know about biological agents.

COMMUNITY PHARMACY AND MANAGEMENT – THEORY (ER20-22T)

  • CO1: The student will gain the knowledge of community pharmacy history and its development along with his responsibilities as community pharmacist.
  • CO2: Acquire knowledge of prescription and its handling along with the medication adherence benefits.
  • CO3: Enhance the communication skills and personality development.
  • CO4: Understand various aspects of patient counseling.
  • CO5: Acquire the knowledge of Over the counter medication and general diseases conditions.
  • CO6: Learn the management procedures relating to legal, financial, customer and audit attributes.

BIOCHEMISTRY & CLINICAL PATHOLOGY – THEORY (ER20-23T)

  • CO1: Describe the functions of biomolecules.
  • CO2: Discuss the various functions of enzymes in the human system.
  • CO3: Understand the metabolic pathways of biomolecules in both physiological and pathological conditions.
  • CO4: Describe the principles of organ function tests and their clinical significances.
  • CO5: Describe the biomolecules / metabolites in the given biological samples, both qualitatively and quantitatively.
  • CO6: Discuss the study of clinical pathology of blood and urine.

PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS – THEORY (ER20-24T)

  • CO1: Discuss about the Pharmacotherapeutics, its scope and objectives, Evidence based medicine and about Standard treatment guidelines (STGs) and Cardiovascular system.
  • CO2: Help assessing the subjective and objective parameters and planning the rational medicine therapy incommon disease conditions like Respiratory system, endocrine system and CNS.
  • CO3: Gain knowledge about disorders related to GI tract, Blood and musculoskeletal Disorders &planning the rational medicine therapy.
  • CO4: Help assessing the subjective and objective parameters and planning the rational medicine therapy in certain Infectious diseases.
  • CO5: Learn about the subjective and objective parameters, planning the rational medicine therapy in common diseases in Dermatology, ophthalmology and psychiatry.
  • CO6: Gain knowledge about Anti-microbial Resistance and Women’s health.

HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACY – THEORY (ER20-25T)

  • CO1: Hospital Pharmacy. Different Committees in the Hospital.
  • CO2: Supply Chain and Inventory control and Drug distribution
  • CO3: Compounding in Hospital and Radio Pharmaceuticals.
  • CO4: Application of Computers in hospital Pharmacy practices Electronic health record Software used in Hospital Pharmacy & Clinical Pharmacy.
  • CO5: Clinical laboratory tests used in the evaluation of disease states-significance and interpretation of test results and Poisoning.
  • CO6: Pharmacovigilance, Medication errors and Drug interactions.

PHARMACY LAW AND ETHICS – THEORY (ER20-25T)

  • CO1: Understand and remember the General Principles of Law, History and various Acts related to Drugs and Pharmacy profession. Learn Pharmacy Act-1948 and Rules. Remember Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985.
  • CO2: Know and understand the Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 and Rules 1945 and New Amendments. Know about Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act 1954 .Understand the Disaster Management Act.
  • CO3: Remember the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act-1960. Learn about the Poisons Act-1919. Understand the Blood bank. Learn about Consumer Protection Act.
  • CO4: Know and remember the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority. Learn about Central Drugs Standards Control Organization (CDSCO), Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC). Know about Good Regulatory practices. Understand the Clinical Establishment Act and Rules.
  • CO5: Remember and understand the FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of India) Act and Rules. Understand the Code of Pharmaceutical Ethics. Learn about Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act and Rules. Biomedical Waste Management Rules 2016.
  • CO6: Understand the Introduction to BCS system of classification. Knowledge about Bioethics. Know and understand the Medical Devices.

Year/sem.: 1st /1st   
THEORY

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (BP101T)

  • CO1: Gain knowledge of the basic structural organisation of human body; Understand the levels of organization at cellular level.
  • CO2: Understand the structural and functional classification of skeletal system.
  • CO3: Learn the role of blood and lymph; Understand the function of Lymphatic system.
  • CO4: Learn the concepts of Peripheral Nervous System and special senses.
  • CO5: Understand the structural and functional classification of Cardio-vascular system.

PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS-I (BP102T)

  • CO1: Understand the knowledge on preparatory pharmacy and professional way of evaluating various conventional drugs, raw materials and formulations.
  • CO2: Explain the theoretical basis of commonly used statistical methods & correctly analyze & interpret the results of statistical data from surveys, experiments & observational studies.
  • CO3: Illustrate sources of errors in analytical techniques, methods to minimize them.
  • CO4: Describe the various titrimetric and electrochemical methods of analysis and their application in quality control of pharmaceuticals.
  • CO5: Describe gravimetry and limit tests-principles and applications.
  • CO6: Differentiate between the ability and limitations of all the methods and be able to choose a suitable method, when needed.

PHARMACEUTICS-I (BP103T)

  • CO1: Explain career opportunities in pharmacy, different types of dosage form and how dose can be calculated on the basis of age, body weight and body surface area of the patient.
  • CO2: Describe powder and liquid dosage forms, excipients used in liquid dosage forms and solubility enhancement techniques.
  • CO3: Understand monophasic and biphasic liquid formulations along with their preparation methods.
  • CO4: Define and evaluate suppository, displacement value and pharmaceutical incompatibilities.
  • CO5: Discuss semisolid dosage forms, its preparation methods and evaluation parameters.

PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (BP104T)

  • CO1: Study the monographs of inorganic drugs and pharmaceuticals.
  • CO2: Distinguish the sources of impurities and methods to determine the impurities in inorganic drugs and pharmaceuticals.
  • CO3: Recognize the medicinal and pharmaceutical importance of inorganic compounds.
  • CO4: Know the method of preparation, physical and chemical properties, medicinal and pharmaceutical importance of inorganic compounds.
  • CO5: Study of radioisotopes, properties, storage conditions, precautions and pharmaceutical applications of radioactive substances.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS (BP105T)

  • CO1: Students will learn basic concepts/ knowledge of Communication process, its types, Barriers to communication and Perspectives in communication
  • CO2: Students will learn Elements of communication: Tone, body language, gesture, communication styles, Verbal and Non-verbal mode of communications
  • CO3: Students will learn about Basic Listening skills: active listening, listening in difficult situations, Written communication: shades of meaning, complexity of topic, Audience factor, organization of the message
  • CO4: Students will be made aware about Interview skills, Do's and Don'ts of an interview, Presentation skills: planning and structuring, delivery and techniques of presentation as well
  • CO5: Students will be made aware about Group Discussion and its nuanced aspects: role of communication skills in GD and Do's and Don'ts of GD

REMEDIAL BIOLOGY (BP106RBT)

  • CO1: Students will be able to learn about basic concept/ Knowledge of animal cell, Aminal Tissue, cell division and cell organelles'
  • CO2: Students will be able to learn about basic concept/ Knowledge of plant respiration, plant growth and development, plant and mineral nutrition, photosynthesis
  • CO3: Students will be able to learn about classifications & salient feature of five kingdoms of life Anatomy and Physiology human, anatomy and physiology of plant
  • CO4: Students will be able to learn about circulatory, digestive, respiratory and excreatory system of human
  • CO5: Students will be able to learn about Morphology of plant, Root, Stem, Leaf and its modification

REMEDIAL MATHEMATICS (BP106RMT)

  • CO1: Students will be able to learn about basic skills and extend their knowledge as they prepare for more advanced work.
  • CO2: Students will be able to learn about mathematical concepts and principles to perform computations for Pharmaceutical Sciences.
  • CO3: Students will be able to learn about classifications & salient feature of basic mathematics such as Identifying numbers, arrange numbers into arrays, to find solution of pharmacokinetics equations, etc.
  • CO4: Student shall be able to Know Trignometry, Analytical geometry, Matrices, Determinant, Integration, Differential equation, Laplace transform and their applications.
  • CO5: Students will be able to learn to solve the problems of different types by applying theory and appreciate the important applications of mathematics in pharmacy.

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY (PMT113)

  • CO1: Knowledge about basic terms of medicine and pharmaceutical field.
  • CO2: Application Understanding of Constructed and Non Constructed medical terms.
  • CO3: Ability to relate with new terms by understanding of Word Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes.
  • CO4: Development of scientific knowledge and aptitude
  • CO5: Better understanding of different subjects in the curriculum for eg: Anatomy, Pathophysiology Pharmacology.

PRINCIPLE OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (BM110)

  • CO1: To understand key functions in management as applied in practice and also throw light on development of management thoughts.
  • CO2: To understand in more specific management related areas from planning and also the role of MBO and decision making in setting organizational objectives
  • CO3: To understand about the principle of organization and also the role of authority and responsibility in different organizational structure.
  • CO4: To understand about the importance of staffing and also the role of leadership and motivation in an organization
  • CO5: To understand the importance of controlling in Management and how different control techniques are used for effective performance.

Year/Sem.: 1st / 2nd

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-II (BP201T)

  • CO1: Understandfundamental concepts and structures related to the nervous system, as well as the functions and interactions within the CNS. They would be able to apply this knowledge to explain the processes of nerve impulse transmission, synaptic communication, and reflex activity.
  • CO2: Knowledge about the anatomy and physiology of gastrointestinal system and itsaccessory organ, includingcommon disorders of the GI tract. Additionally, they will acquire knowledge about the Energetics.
  • CO3: Provide basic knowledge of anatomy and physiology of respiratory system and urinary system.They will also be familiar with common disorders of the kidney and their potential treatments.
  • CO4: Learn aboutanatomy and physiology of endocrine system and hormones produced by endocrine glands and their roles in regulating various physiological processes,including common disorders of the endocrine system.
  • CO5: Understanding of the reproductive system, including the anatomy, functions, and hormonal regulation of the male and female reproductive systems. Additionally, students will have an introduction to the basic concepts of genetics.

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY–I (BP202T)

  • CO1: Recognise the classification, nomenclature and structural isomerism in organic compounds.
  • CO2: Account the preparation and reactions of alkanes, alkenes and conjugated dienes.
  • CO3: Explore the methods of synthesis, reactions and uses of alkyl halides and alcohols.
  • CO4: Investigate the synthetic routes, nucleophilic addition reactions, qualitative tests utilized for carbonyl compounds.
  • CO5: Evaluate the preparation, effect of substituents on reactivity, structure and uses of carboxylic acids & aliphatic amines.

BIOCHEMISTRY (BP203T)

  • CO1: Understand the importance of metabolism of substrates and their bioregulation
  • CO2: Understand the chemical and biological importance of biological macromolecules
  • CO3: Get Acquainted with qualitative and quantitative estimation of the biological macromolecules
  • CO4: Understand and apply the interpretation of data emanating from a Diagnostic Test Lab
  • CO5: Understand the manner in which enzymes,physiological conditions and their variation influence the structures andreactivities of biomolecules
  • CO6: Understand the basic principles of protein and polysaccharide structure

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY (BP204T)

  • CO1: Understand the basic principles of cell injury, adaptation and mechanism of inflammation and repair.
  • CO2: Students will acquirethe conceptual knowledge on pathogenesis of cardiovascular diseases.
  • CO3: Students will understand the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and the treatment approach for the haematological diseases as well as diseases of endocrine and gastrointestinal system.
  • CO4: Students will learn about pathogenesis of different infectious diseases and be well informed about the sexually transmitted disease.
  • CO5: Students will acquire conceptual knowledge oninflammatory diseases. They will develop a basic understanding of pathogenesis of cancer and the diseases of bones and joints.

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN PHARMACY (BP205T)

  • CO1: Understanding various types number systems.
  • CO2: Understanding various types of databases.
  • CO3: Understanding various types of application of computers in pharmacy.
  • CO4: Understanding Bioinformatics and databases and impact of Bioinformatics in Vaccine Discovery.
  • CO5: Understanding Computers as data analysis in Preclinical development.

Year/Sem.: 2nd / 3rd

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II (BP301T)

  • CO1: Understand the concept of aromaticity, structure and general reactions of Benzene.
  • CO2: recognize different reactions given by different acidic and basic aromatic compounds
  • CO3: Learn about lipids, their types and different analytical constants to find the quality of lipids.
  • CO4: Learn about polynuclear hydrocarbons, their reactions and structure elucidation
  • CO5: Learn about cycloalkanes and different theories for the stabilities of cycloalkanes

PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS I (BP302T)

  • CO1: Understand the mechanisms of solute solvent interactions, different factors which improve solubility of drugs and diffusion principles in biological systems.
  • CO2: Explain states and properties of matter, eutectic mixtures and various physicochemical properties of drug molecules.
  • CO3: Define surface tension, differentiate between surface and interfacial tension and how to measure surface and interfacial tension by different methods.
  • CO4: Describe complexation and protein binding, and how protein binding effect on drug action.
  • CO5: Discuss buffer isotonic solutions, purpose behind maintaining the isotonicity of drug solution.

PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY (BP303T)

  • CO1: The students should understand the methods of identification, cultivation and preservation of various microorganisms.
  • CO2: The students should understand about Staining, sterilization and Evaluation of the efficiency of sterilization methods.
  • CO3: To understand about disinfectants, and their evaluation, sterility testing methods of pharmaceutical products.
  • CO4: The students should understand about aseptic area, sources of contamination, clean area classification and microbiological standardization methods of Pharmaceuticals.
  • CO5: The students should understand the microbial spoilage of pharmaceutical products, reservation of pharmaceutical products, cell culture technology and its applications in pharmaceutical industries.

PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING (BP304T)

  • CO1: Recognize the importance of size reduction, size separation and fluid flow during pharmaceutical manufacturing.
  • CO2: Schematize and apply the principles of different heat processes used in pharmaceutical industries.
  • CO3: Describe the mechanisms and applications of drying and mixing processes.
  • CO4: Solve the issues related to filtration and centrifugation.
  • CO5: Apply different preventive methods used for the control of corrosion in pharmaceutical plants.

Year/Sem.: 2nd / 4th

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-III (BP401T)

  • CO1: Understand the concept of stereoisomerism especially optical isomerism.
  • CO2: Identify & describe the concept of geometrical and conformational isomerism
  • CO3: Classify chemical reactions & providenomenclature of heterocyclic compounds.
  • CO4: Remember different reactions and medicinal uses of larger heterocyclic compounds
  • CO5: Explain the concept of reduction, oxidation, rearrangement reactions and describe their applications

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY-I (BP 402T)

  • CO1: Well acquainted with chemistry of general anesthetics, Narcotics, Non-narcotics & Anti- inflammatory agents.
  • CO2: Well acquainted with the chemistry of cholinergic and anticholinergic drugs.
  • CO3: To understand chemistry of drugs acting on Autonomic nervous system.
  • CO4: Have basic knowledge, chemistry of drugs acting on CNS like sedatiives, hypnotics, antipsychotic & anticonvulsant.
  • CO5: Understand basic concept of medicinal chemistry physicochemical properties and drug metabolism.

PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS-II (BP-403T)

  • CO1: Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in the designing the dosage form
  • CO2: Understand the concept of viscosity and flow behaviour in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms.
  • CO3: Knowledge of physicochemical properties, formulation factors and instability markers in development of biphasic liquid dosages forms.
  • CO4: Demonstrate the application of particle size in designing the dosages forms.
  • CO5: Know the principles of chemical kinetics & to use them in assigning expiry date for Formulation

PHARMACOLOGY-I (BP404T)

  • CO1: Understand the pharmacological actions of different categories of drugs
  • CO2: Explain the mechanism of drug action at organ system/sub cellular/macromolecular levels
  • CO3: Apply the basic pharmacological knowledge in the prevention and treatment of various diseases
  • CO4: Observe the effect of drugs on animals by simulated experiments
  • CO5: Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with other bio medical sciences

PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY-I (BP405T)

  • CO1: Gain knowledge on biological source, active constituents and uses of crude drug; Understand the techniques of evaluation of crude drugs as per the WHO guidelines.
  • CO2: Understand the basic principles of cultivation, collection and storage of crude drugs; Application of the crop improvement concepts involved in techniques for improvement of quality of medicinal plants.
  • CO3: Exploring the tissue culture technique in medicinal plants.
  • CO4: Appreciate the applications of Primary &Secondary metabolites of the plant and explore its medicinal importance.
  • CO5: Understand the principles and application of different system of alternative medicine.
  • CO6: Explore novel medicinal agents from different sources of natural origin.

Year/Sem.: 3rd / 5th

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY- II (BP501T)

  • CO1: Know the types of biological targets in humans and the structural requirement of drugs interacting with them and comprehend & correlate the biological systems involved in drug action for drugs acting as Antihistamines, Gastric Proton pump inhibitors, Antineoplastics, Diuretics, CVS drugs, Steroids, Thyroids and antithyroids, Antidiabetics and Local Anesthetics.
  • CO2: Explain chemical interactions of endogenous molecules with specific receptors or enzymes and the molecular effects of their respective agonists and antagonists through Structure Activity relationship studies of drugs for the following category of drugs
  • CO3: Antihistamines, Gastric Proton pump inhibitors, Antineoplastics, Diuretics, CVS drugs, Steroids, Thyroids and antithyroids, Antidiabetics and Local Anesthetics.
  • CO4: Predict the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value from the structure of drugs and provide information on the storage of drugs based on the chemical stability. Antihistamines, Gastric Proton pump inhibitors, Antineoplastics, Diuretics, CVS, Steroids, Thyroids and antithyroids, Antidiabetics and Local Anesthetics.
  • CO5: Demonstrate knowledge of chemical synthesis of important drugs such as Cimetidine, Mechlorethamine, Mercaptopurine, Methotrexate, Acetazolamide, Chlorothiazide, Furosemide, Methyl dopa, Nitroglycerin, Isosorbide, Disopyramide, Warfarin, Tolbutamide, Benzocaine, Procaine and Dibucaine.

INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY-I (BP502T)

  • CO1: Acquire the knowledge of physicochemical properties of drugs (Preformulations) as a tool in the optimization of solid and liquid dosage forms.
  • CO2: Formulate and prepare tablets, capsules and liquid orals using established procedures and technology.
  • CO3: Understand the various considerations in development of Capsules and Pellets.
  • CO4: Plan and prepare different types of parenteral and ophthalmic dosage forms.
  • CO5: Select and formulate cosmetics products and appropriate packaging materials.

PHARMACOLOGY-II (BP503T)

  • CO1: Discuss & Interpret about the application of various blood forming agents and their role in treatment of cardiovascular disorders. Further able to analyze the importance of Diuretics in certain CVDs.
  • CO2: Explain about the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different diseases.
  • CO3: Apply their knowledge to understand and describe about how Autocoids involved in development of inflammatory disorders like Gout and Arthritis and their treatment.
  • CO4: Demonstrate about endocrine hormones and their physiological role and can justify the uses of Insulin ,OHA,Corticosteroids, Thyroid hormone regulators in various disorders.
  • CO5: Detect the role of sex hormones and their applications as in Oral contraceptives. Define Bioassay types and methods for specific drug.

PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY (BP504T)

  • CO1: Discuss the general technique of biosynthesis of phytoconstituents in plants.
  • CO2: Apprehended the composition, chemistry & chemical classes, bio-sources, therapeutic uses and commercial applications of different plants secondary metabolites.
  • CO3: Accomplished in the Isolation, Identification and Analysis of Phytoconstituents.
  • CO4: Accomplished in the production estimation and utilization of phytoconstituents in industrial scale
  • CO5: Accomplished in the estimation and analysis of the different phytoconstituents with help of instrument based on chromatography and spectroscopy.

PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE (BP505T)

  • CO1: Remember the pharmaceutical legislations and their implications in the development and marketing of pharmaceuticals
  • CO2: Gain information on various Indian Pharmaceutical Laws
  • CO3: Describe the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals
  • CO4: Understand the code of ethics to be followed during pharmacy practice
  • CO5: Knowthe various Intellectual Property Rights
  • CO6: Understand various offences and penalties in contravention to different Act

Year/Sem.: 3rd / 6th

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY- III (BP601T)

  • CO1: Know the types of biological targets in humans and the structural requirement of drugs interacting with them and comprehend and correlate the biological systems involved in drug action for drugs acting as Antibiotics, Anti-infective – Antibacterial, Antiprotozoals, Antivirals, Antifungals and Anthelmintics
  • CO2: Explain chemical interactions of endogenous molecules with specific receptors or enzymes and the molecular effects of their respective agonists and antagonists through Structure Activity relationship studies of drugs for the following category of drugs Antibiotics, Anti-infective – Antibacterial, Antiprotozoals, Antivirals, Antifungals and Anthelmintics
  • CO3: Predict the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value from the structure of drugs and provide information on the storage of drugs based on the chemical stability.
  • CO4: Demonstrate knowledge of chemical synthesis of important drugs such as Chloramphenicol, Chloroquine, Pamaquine, Isoniazid, Para amino salicylic acid, Ciprofloxacin, Nitrofurantoin, Acyclovir, Miconazole, Metronidazole, Diethylcarbamazine, Mebendazole, Sulfacetamide, Sulfamethoxazole, Dapsone.
  • CO5: Explain physico chemical properties related to QSAR and Describe various approaches and designing of drug molecules including prodrug and Combinatorial chemistry

PHARMACOLOGY-III (BP602T)

  • CO1: The chief objective of the unit was to provide basic knowledge about the disease of respiratory system / gastrointetinal system B8 and drugs used in these problems.
  • CO2: The chief objective of the unit was to provide basic knowledge about the disease arises due to infections by bacteria / virus and drugs used in these problems.
    Mechanism of action, adverse effect, drug interaction, contraindication arises due to use of Penicillins, cephalosporins, chloramphenicol, macrolides,quinolones and fluoroquinolins, tetracycline and aminoglycosides drugs and their management .
  • CO3: The chief objective of this unit is to provide basic knowledge of drugs used in the treatment of tuberculosis,leprosy,viral infection, worm infestation,fungal and amoebic infection
  • CO4: This subject is designed to impart basic knowledge on the area of medicine used in malignancy, sexually transmitted diseases, transplantation and immunity enhancer agents.
    The chief objective of the unit was to provide basic knowledge about the anticancer drugs, drugs used in sexually transmitted diseases, immunostimulants and immunosuppressants drugs.
    Mechanism of action, adverse effect, drug interaction, contraindication arises due to use of these drugs and their management .
  • CO5: The chief objective of the unit was to provide basic knowledge about the of acute, subacute and chronic toxicity and drugs used in these problems. Definition and basic knowledge of genotoxicity, carcinogenicity, teratogenicity and mutagenicity,General principles of treatment of poisoning, Clinical symptoms and management of barbiturates, morphine,organophosphosphorus compound and lead, mercury and arsenic poisoning. Definition of rhythm and cycles.Biological clock and their significance leading to chronotherapy.

HERBAL DRUG TECHNOLOGY (BP603T)

  • CO1: Discuss the crude drug raw material as source of herbal drugs by cultivation process and knowledge of traditional system of medicine.
  • CO2: Apprehended the role of Nutraceuticals in treatment of various disease and Herbal-Drug and Herb-Food Interactions.
  • CO3: Apprehended the role of natural excipients in Herbal formulations and cosmetics.
  • CO4: Accomplished the Patenting aspects, Regulatory Issues and WHO and ICH guidelines for evaluation and assessment of Traditional drugs and Natural Products.
  • CO5: Discuss the General Introduction to Herbal Industry and Good Manufacturing Practice of Indian systems of medicine.

BIOPHARMACEUTICS & PHARMACOKINETICS (BP604T)

  • CO1: Understand the mechanisms of drug absorption through GIT, factors influencing drug absorption though GIT.
  • CO2: Explain metabolic pathways, factors affecting renal excretion of drugs and different terms of bioavailability.
  • CO3: Describe compartmental modeling, various pharmacokinetic parameters, their significance and applications.
  • CO4: Evaluate kinetics of multiple dosing, loading and mainetnance doses and their significance.
  • CO5: Understand the concept of non-linear pharmacokinetics and remember factors causing non-linearity and Michaelis-menton method of estimating parameters.

PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY (BP605T)

  • CO1: Understanding the basics of biotechnology including genetic engineering, Protein Engineering and Production of Enzymes, enzymes immobilization and biosensors.
  • CO2: Understanding Genetic engineering, Study of Recombinant DNA technology, PCR and production of biotechnological products.
  • CO3: Understanding the immune system, Hypersensitivity reactions, Monoclonal antibodies and vaccines.
  • CO4: Know the importance of various immunological techniques i.e. Microbial genetics, Microbial biotransformation and Mutation.
  • CO5: Study of fermentation technology, production of various pharmaceutical products and Collection, Processing and Storage of Blood Products.

INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY-I (BP606T)

  • CO1: Understand the scope of quality certifications applicable to pharmaceutical industries and the role of regulatory agencies in deciding quality standards.
  • CO2: Know the responsibilities of personnel, environmental monitoring and sterilization of the area as well as raw materials and equipment.
  • CO3: Apply the cGMP aspects in the pharmaceutical industry and analyse the responsibilities of QA & QC departments
  • CO4: Appreciate the importance of documentation
  • CO5: Analyse the significance of validation in quality assurance.

Year/Sem.: 4th / 7th

INSTRUMENTAL METHODS OF ANALYSIS (BP701T)

  • CO1: Investigate the pharmaceutical substances by UV Visible and fluorescence spectroscopy
  • CO2: Analyze the essentials of nepheloturbidometry, flame photometry and atomic absorption spectroscopy.
  • CO3: Apprehend the analysis of pharmaceutical substances by chromatographic techniques and electrophoresis.
  • CO4: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of gas chromatography & high performance liquid chromatography.
  • CO5: Deal with the fundamentals of ion exchange, affinity chromatography and gel chromatography.

INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY-II (BP702T)

  • CO1: Discuss the process of pilot plant scale up of pharmaceutical dosage forms.
  • CO2: Demonstrate the process of technology development and transfer from lab scale to commercial.
  • CO3: Explain the approval process and regulatory requirements of drug products
  • CO4: Understand the Quality management system (QMS) and common measures in Quality.
  • CO5: Describe the organization and structure of Indian regulatory agencies and their role and responsibilities.

PHARMACY PRACTICE (BP703T)

  • CO1: Know and understand the Hospital organization and detect and assess adverse drug reactions, reporting and its management.
  • CO2: Knowledge of various drug distribution methods system in the hospital, and monitor drug therapy of Patient, role pharmacist in medication adherence and community pharmacy management .also know how to obtain medication history interview
  • CO3: Know and understand guideline of know pharmaceutical care services such therapeutic committee, drug information services, patient counseling, and also able to answer the role of pharmacist in education and training of program., monitor drug therapy of patient through medication chart review and clinical review.
  • CO4: Able to understand the medication of management, budget preparation and its implementation, and also help in rational use of common over the counter medication
  • CO5: Able to understand the appreciate pharmacy stores and inventory control management and able to interpret selected laboratory results of specific disease states and controlling of investigational use of drugs.

NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS (BP704T)

  • CO1: Know the criteria for selection of drugs and polymers for the development of novel drug delivery systems and understand various approaches for development of novel drug delivery systems, their formulation and evaluation.
  • CO2: Know the approaches, technologies and drug carriers used in the process of drugdelivery which serves to improve the selectivity, effectiveness, and/or safety of drug administration.
  • CO3: The students should understand about Transdermal Drug Delivery Systems, Gastro-retentive drug delivery systems and Naso-pulmonary drug delivery system
  • CO4: To understand Targeted Drug Delivery including liposomes, niosomes, nanoparticles, monoclonal antibodies.
  • CO5: To understand Ocular Drug Delivery Systems and Intrauterine Drug Delivery Systems including intra uterine devices (IUDs).

Year/Sem.: 4th / 8th

BIOSTATISTICS AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (BP801T)

  • CO1: Describe the applications of biostatics and measure of central tendency, dispersion and correlation.
  • CO2: Understand the regression analysis, probability theory and parametric tests.
  • CO3: Apprehend the designing of methodology for research, observational and experimental studies.
  • CO4: Know the concept of blocking, confounding and regression analysis and use of M.S. Excel, SPSS, R and MINITAB®, DoE (Design of experiment).
  • CO5: Choose the appropriate design and analysis of experiments such as factorial design and response surface methodology.

SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE PHARMACY (BP802T)

  • CO1: Able to know about disease, health and health education and acquire the knowledge of nutrition and hygiene.
  • CO2: Acquire knowledge about prevention and control of various diseases.
  • CO3: Able to understand various national health programs.
  • CO4: Understand about National health intervention programme.
  • CO5: Acquire the knowledge of community services, NRHM and NUHM.

PHARMACEUTICAL MARKETING MANAGEMENT (BP803ET)

  • CO1: Students will learn about the different type of pharmaceutical marketing.
  • CO2: Students will acquire the knowledge of product positioning in pharmaceutical marketing
  • CO3: Student will understand about the different promotional techniques of pharmaceutical product in competitive market.
  • CO4: Student will understand about the understanding of marketing channel in pharmaceutical marketing industry.
  • CO5: Students will acquire the knowledge and Know-how the pharmaceutical marketing management groom the people for taking a challenging role in Sales and management of pharmaceutical Products

PHARMACEUTICAL REGULATORY SCIENCE (BP804ET)

  • CO1: Understand the concepts of innovator and generic drugs, drug development process.
  • CO2: Know the regulatory guidance’s and guidelines for filing and approval process, preparation of dossiers and their submission to regulatory agencies in different countries
  • CO3: Know the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals and the submission of global documents in CTD/ eCTD, ASEAN formats.
  • CO4: Understand the clinical trials requirements for approvals for conducting clinical trials, pharmacovigilance and process of monitoring in clinical trials
  • CO5: Knowledge of basic terminology, regulatory guidance’s, guidelines, laws and acts.

PHARMACOVIGILANCE (BP805ET)

  • CO1: Understand the national as well as international significance of Pharmacovigilance.
  • CO2: Implement and spread awareness about drug safety.
  • CO3: Identify, analyse and classify the types of ADRs.
  • CO4: Able to prepare ADR report as per international guidelines using Standard terminologies.
  • CO5: Understand preclinical, clinical and post approval phases of a new drug.

QUALITY CONTROL AND STANDARDIZATION OF HERBALS (BP806ET)

  • CO1: Gain knowledge on biological source, active constituents and uses of crude drugs Understand the techniques of evaluation of crude drugs as per the WHO guidelines
  • CO2: Understand the basic principles of cultivation, collection and storage of crude drugs Application of the crop improvement concepts involved in techniques for improvement of quality of medicinal plants
  • CO3: Exploring the tissue culture technique in medicinal plants
  • CO4: Appreciate the applications of Primary &Secondary metabolites of the plant and explore its medicinal importance based on its chemical class Understand the principles and application of different system of alternative medicine
  • CO5: Explore novel medicinal agents from different sources of natural origin

COMPUTER AIDED DRUG DESIGN (BP807ET)

  • CO1: Understand the process of Design and discovery of lead molecules
  • CO2: Appreciate the role of drug design in drug discovery process
  • CO3: Understand and apply the concept of QSAR and docking
  • CO4: Apply various strategies to develop new drug like molecules
  • CO5: Understand the designing of new drug molecules using molecular modeling software
  • CO6: Appreciate importance of computational methods in drug design and discovery processes

CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (BP808ET)

  • CO1: Understanding the history of cell and molecular biology, cellular functioning and composition and chemical foundations of cell biology.
  • CO2: Understanding about DNA and RNA and their functioning.
  • CO3: Students able to Describe protein structure and function, Protein Synthesis.
  • CO4: Know the basic molecular genetic mechanisms.
  • CO5: Summarize the Cell Cycle including Cell Signals, Receptors for Cell Signals, Signalling Pathways.

COSMETIC SCIENCE (BP809ET)

  • CO1: Gain information on key ingredients used in cosmetics and cosmeceuticals
  • CO2: Understand key building blocks of cosmetics for various formulations
  • CO3: Know the current technologies in the market
  • CO4: Understand the scientific principles to develop cosmetics and cosmeceuticals with desired safety
  • CO5: Know the various problems induced due to cosmetics

EXPERIMENTAL PHARMACOLOGY-II (BP810ET)

  • CO1: Appreciate the knowledge gained on pre clinical evaluation of drugs and recent experimental techniques in the drug discovery and development.
  • CO2: Understood the various laboratory animals and their maintenance as per the guidelines and also describe good laboratory practices in maintenance and handling of experimental animals.
  • CO3: Appraised the regulations and ethical requirement for the usage of experimental animals.
  • CO4: Learnt and describe the various pre clinical screening methods (in-vitro and in-vivo) involved in the drug discovery process.
  • CO5: Correlate the pre clinical data to human’s clinical data.

ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION TECHNIQUES (BP811ET)

  • CO1: Investigate the pharmaceutical substances by NMR spectroscopy and mass spectrometry.
  • CO2: Analyze the essentials of thermal methods of analysis and X ray diffraction methods.
  • CO3: Apprehend the calibration and validation of analytical instruments.
  • CO4: Recognize the fundamentals of radio immune assay and extraction techniques.
  • CO5: Deal with the fundamentals of hyphenated techniques.

DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS AND NUTRACEUTICALS (BP812ET)

  • CO1: Define and classify nutraceuticals, functional foods and dietary supplements and role of nutraceuticals in prevention or cure various diseases.
  • CO2: Describe about source, chemistry and medicinal uses of several natural nutraceuticals.
  • CO3: Understand free radicals production and its damaging reactions on lipids, proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and study about Dietary fibres and complex carbohydrates.
  • CO4: Explain the role of free radicals in development of chronic diseases, aging and the role of natural and synthetic antioxidants, functional foods in prevention of chronic diseases.
  • CO5: Recognize the effects of processing, storage, environmental factors and regulatory aspects for maintaining quality of nutraceuticals.

PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (BP813ET)

  • CO1: Explain pharmaceutical product development
  • CO2: Know pharmaceutical excipients
  • CO3: Improve pharmaceutical product development by quality by design (QbD) techniques
  • CO4: Application of excipients in pharmaceutical formulations
  • CO5: Know about regulatory requirements for packaging material for pharmaceuticals.

Year: 1st


HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY (PRY101)

  • CO1: Describe the structure (gross and histology) and functions of various organs of the human body, Elementary tissues of the human body, classification, types of movements of joints and disorders of joints.
  • CO2: Describe the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances of various systems and appreciate the coordinated working pattern of different organs of the Lymphatic system and Urinary system.
  • CO3: Appreciate the coordinated working pattern of different organs of the Cardiovascular system and Respiratory system.
  • CO4: Appreciate the coordinated working pattern of different organs of the Endocrine system and Reproductive system.
  • CO5: Appreciate coordinated working pattern of different organs of Digestive system and Nervous system.
  • CO6: Understand the anatomy physiology of sense organs, physiology of muscle contraction and Sports physiology.

PHARMACEUTICS (PRY103)

  • CO1: Have information on the formulation aspect of different dosage forms
  • CO2: Perform different pharmaceutical calculations involved in formulations
  • CO3: Formulate different types of dosage forms
  • CO4: Appreciate the importance of good formulations for effectiveness
  • CO5: Understand prescription and take necessary steps
  • CO6: Understand about different surgical aids and incompatibilities in pharmaceutical formulations.

MEDICINAL BIOCHEMISTRY (PRY105)

  • CO1: Evaluate iso-enzymes in diagnosis of diseases.
  • CO2: Understand biochemical facts.
  • CO3: Understand metabolic process of biomolecules in health and illness (metabolic disorders).
  • CO4: Apply biochemical laboratory methods for the diagnosis, control, treatment, and prevention of diseases.
  • CO5: Apply knowledge of organ function tests to diagnose diseases of kidney and liver.
  • CO6: Apply immunochemical techniques for determination of biomolecules in the body fluids.

PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY (PRY107 )

  • CO1: Demonstrate the methods of preparation, physical properties, reactivity, stability and orbital picture of organic compounds
  • CO2: Explain the aromaticity, Resonance, stability, orbital structure, mechanism of addition and nomenclature of organic compounds
  • CO3: Explain the nucleophilic / substitution, elimination, with mechanism, orientation of the reaction, order of reactivity, kinetics, stability of compounds, stereochemistry and rearrangements
  • CO4: Understand the electrophilic and free radical addition, cycloaddition reactions
  • CO5: Understand the electrophilic aromatic substitution and Nucleophilic addition reactions
  • CO6: Demonstrate the Methods of preparation, test for purity, principle involved in the assay, important medicinal uses of some important organic compounds and Nucleophilic acyl substitution reactions

PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY (PRY109)

  • CO1: Listdifferent sources of impurities & to develop ideas with the fundamentals of analytical chemistry
  • CO2: Understandthe basic principle and applications of different titrations.
  • CO3: Apply different concept of quantitative analysis for determination of impuritiesand perform limit test and know the use of inorganic compounds in pharmaceuticals as antidotes, respiratory stimulants & medicinal gases.
  • CO4: Describe the medicinal and pharmaceutical importance of inorganic compounds as acidifiers and antacids.
  • CO5: Explain the importance and role of inorganic substances in human body as essential trace elements and in the maintenance of acid base balance& describe use of inorganic substances as electrolyte replenisher and its use in electrolyte replacement therapy and ORS.
  • CO6: Discuss the application of radiopharmaceuticalsin diagnosis and therapy &classify typical therapeutic classes of inorganiccompounds such as expectorants, sclerosing agents, Anticaries agents and dentifrices.

REMEDIAL BIOLOGY (PRY111)

  • CO1: Learning about basic concept/ Knowledge of animal cell and cell organelles'
  • CO2: Discussing about basic concept of animal tissue and their types.
  • CO3: Knowing about internal morphology (Anatomy and Physiology) of frog which can correlate with human anatomy and physiology
  • CO4: Explaining about Animal Kingdom and Taxonomy.
  • CO5: Understanding the Morphology of plant, Root, Stem, Leaf and its modification
  • CO6: Understanding the General organization of mammals including Poisonous snake.

Year: 2nd

PATHOPHYSIOLOGY (PRY201)

  • CO1: Understand details of cell Injury, learn about different types of glucose related disease. Grasp the details about cause and pathogenesis of inflammation. Learn about wound healing process
  • CO2: Learn about hypersensitivity, autoimmune mechanism, Grasp the knowledge about AIDS and Amylodosis. Understand the differences and properties of T & B Cells. Gain knowledge about immune tolerance
  • CO3: Gain knowledge about the tumor, cancer, the pattern of spread, invasion, and metastasis. Learn about the etiology and pathogenesis of cancer.
  • CO4: Gain knowledge about types and management of shock. Understand the biological effects of radiation. Learn about different types of pollutions. Gain information about different types of vitamins, obesity, malnutrition etc.
  • CO5: Learn the pathophysiology of some common diseases, Understand the mechanism behind the disease
  • CO6: Learn the pathophysiology of some common infectious diseases. Understand the mechanism of common infectious disease

PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY (PRY202)

  • CO1: To know the history and major divisions of microbes & about nutritional requirement for cultivation of microbes.
  • CO2: Students can able to know isolation, identification of microbes by different staining techniques.
  • CO3: Knowledge, application, testing and validation of sterilization in pharmaceutical preparation and evaluation of preservatives in pharmaceutical preparations.
  • CO4: Demonstrate an understanding of key concepts in immunology, immunization program and importance of booster dose and role of bacterial toxins.
  • CO5: Knowledge on the principles of biochemical tests and Principles and methods of different microbiological assays of antibiotics and vitamins.
  • CO6: Students can able to understanding of various infections (microbial causes, pathogenesis, and transmission of infection, diagnosis, prevention and treatment.

PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOPHARMACEUTICALS (PRY 204)

  • CO1: Gain knowledge on biological source, active constituents and uses of crude drugs.
  • CO2: Understand the basic principles of cultivation, collection and storage of crude drugs.
  • CO3: Understand the techniques of evaluation of crude drugs as per the WHO guidelines.
  • CO4: Appreciate the applications of Primary metabolites of the plant and explore its medicinal importance based on its chemical class
  • CO5: Understand and explore the pharmaceutical applications of Primary metabolites.
  • CO6: Understand and explore the utilization of plants fibers in surgical dressings and related products

PHARMACOLOGY-I (PRY206)

  • CO1: Conceptual knowledge of pharmacology basics
  • CO2: Learning the classification, pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic aspects of different drug.
  • CO3: Precise knowledge about pharmacological aspects of drugs mentioned under different categories of syllabus.
  • CO4: Application of acquired knowledge to the basics of therapeutics.
  • CO5: Clinical correlation of different drugs.
  • CO6: Knowledge of Preclinical and Clinical studies.

COMMUNITY PHARMACY (PRY 207)

  • CO1: Student shall be able to know pharmaceutical care services
  • CO2: Student shall be able to know the business and professional practice management skills in community pharmacies.
  • CO3: Student shall be able to do patient counselling & provide health screening services to public in community pharmacy.
  • CO4: Student shall be able to respond to minor ailments and provide appropriate medication.
  • CO5: Student shall be able to show empathy and sympathy to patients.
  • CO6: Student shall be able to appreciate the concept of Rational drug therapy.

Year: 3rd

PHARMACOLOGY- II (PRY 301)

  • CO1: Understand the MOA, drug interaction and uses of blood forming agents on various blood related disorder.
  • CO2: Explain the pharmacological aspects of drugs falling under Diuretics and classify them according to their application.
  • CO3: Analyze the importance and suitability of Antimicrobials/Anticancer drugs in clinical application for better pharmacotherapeutics.
  • CO4: Correlate and apply the knowledge of Immunomodulators therapeutically.
  • CO5: Apply the knowledge about the importance of toxicity studies behind drug discovery.
  • CO6: Demonstrate about the genome structure, organization and their practical implication in developing new therapeutic strategies like gene therapy.

PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS (PRY303)

  • CO1: Investigate the fundamentals of quality assurance.
  • CO2: Apprehend the analysis of pharmaceutical substances by chromatographic techniques and electrophoresis.
  • CO3: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of gas chromatography, HPLC, affinity chromatography and electrophoresis.
  • CO4: Analyze the essentials of electrometric methods.
  • CO5: Explore the pharmaceutical substances by absorption and emission techniques.
  • CO6: Deal with the fundamentals of NMR, ESR, mass spectroscopy, polarimetry, X ray diffraction and thermal techniques.

PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE (PRY305)

  • CO1: Understand and remember the history of pharmacy profession, scope, objective, new drug policy of pharmaceutical legislation. Learn principles and significance of code of pharmaceutical ethics drafted by PCI.
  • CO2: Know and understand the rules and regulations framed and amendments made under drugs and cosmetics act, 1940. Know about duties and qualification of drug inspector and government analyst. Understand the retail and wholesale of medicines. Learn about different schedules.
  • CO3: Remember the rules and regulations framed and amendments made under pharmacy act 1948. Learn about the registration procedure of pharmacist. Understand the functioning of central and state PCI.Understand the rules and regulations framed under medicinal and toilet preparation act 1955. Learn about Bonded and Non Bonded Laboratoryand Patent & Proprietory Preparations.
  • CO4: Know and remember the rules and regulations framed and amendments made under drug and magic remedies, Advertisements which are allowed and banned in India related to pharmacy. Learn about opium cultivation, penalties of violating narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act.
  • CO5: Remember and understand the product available in essential commodities list. Know about procedure for calculation of retail and wholesale of drugs. Understand the act which comes under the cruelty of animals. Learn about different penalties and fine for violating these acts.
  • CO6: Understand the rules, regulations and process for filing a patent. Knowledge about different types of patent. Understand the various aspects of patent act. Learn about different prescription and non-prescription products.

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY (PRY306)

  • CO1: Know the types of biological targets in humans and microorganisms and the structural requirement of drugs interacting with them.
  • CO2: Identify the mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance
  • CO3: Explain chemical interactions of endogenous molecules with specific receptors or enzymes.
  • CO4: Explain the molecular effects of their respective agonists and antagonists.
  • CO5: Demonstrate the relation of chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity
  • CO6: Predict the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value from the structure of drugs.
  • CO7: Know the Structural Activity Relationship of different class of drugs
  • CO8: Provide information on the storage of drugs based on the chemical stability.
  • CO9: Provide structure based therapeutic evaluation.
  • CO10: Correlate the mechanisms of action, Structure Activity Relationship, Stereochemistry with the therapeutic actions of drugs.
  • CO11: Monitor and resolve adverse drug reactions through study of structures and metabolites

PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS (PRY308 )

  • CO1: Apply the knowledge of formulation components, manufacturing techniques, and quality control tests in the development of tablet dosage forms.
  • CO2: Know the formulation design, manufacturing, quality control tests and stability concerns for capsules.
  • CO3: Analyse formulation requirements and evaluation of monophasic and biphasic liquid dosage forms.
  • CO4: Identify the pre-formulation and formulation requirements and quality control test in the production of parenteraldosage forms.
  • CO5: Explain the principle, formulation factors, application of semisolid bases and preparation of various types of semisolid dosage forms.
  • CO6: "Understand the concept of Controlled and Novel drug delivery system and knowledge of technologies involved in developing parenteral, transdermal, buccal, rectal, nasal, implants, ocular delivery systems."

BIOPHARMACEUTICS & PHARMACOKINETICS (PRY310)

  • CO1: Know the process of absorption, distribution, excretion and biotransformation.
  • CO2: Explain basic concepts of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics.
  • CO3: Calculate Pharmacokinetic parameters from the given data.
  • CO4: Conduct bioavailability and bioequivalence studies.
  • CO5: Apply principles of pharmacokinetics in the design of new formulations.
  • CO6: Applications of pharmacokinetic parameters in pharmacy practice

Year: 4th

PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS– I (PRY401)

  • CO1: Learn about the pharmacotherapy of cardiovascular & respiratory disease states and explain the rationale for drug therapy and management/controversies.
  • CO2: Understand the pharmacotherapy of the respiratory system and explain the rationale for drug therapy in respiratory diseases.
  • CO3: Know the pharmacotherapy of the Endocrine system and explain the rationale of drug therapy for endocrine system.
  • CO4: Understand the general prescribing guidelines for: (a) Pediatric patients, (b) Geriatric patients, (c) Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
  • CO5: Learn about the pharmacotherapy of Ophthalmology: Glaucoma, Conjunctivitis – viral & bacteria and explain the rationale for drug therapy and management.
  • CO6: Acquaint with rational drug use: Definition, Role of Pharmacist, Essential drug concept, Rational drug concept, and Rational drug formulations.

PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS – II (PRY403)

  • CO1: Students will learn guidelines for the rational use of antibiotics and surgical prophylaxis, ensuring optimal patient care while minimizing resistance and infections.
  • CO2: Students shall be able to understandetiopathogenesis,rational pharmacotherapy and management for infectious diseases
  • CO3: Students will possess in-depth knowledge of musculoskeletal disorders, enabling them to provide effective care for patients
  • CO4: Students shall be equipped to diagnose and manage renal system diseases, including renal failure and drug-induced disorders.
  • CO5: Students shall be able to explorebasic principles of cancer therapy & chemotherapeutic agentsand the management of chemotherapy-induced nausea and emesis.
  • CO6: Students shall be able to examine the etiology and therapeutic approaches for dermatological conditions

HOSPITAL PHARMACY (PRY405)

  • CO1: Describe the organizational structure of hospital & hospital pharmacy
  • CO2: Understand budget and implementation of different drug policies & committees in the hospital
  • CO3: Appreciate various procedure for procuring and warehousing along with drug distribution methods and inventory management in the hospital pharmacy
  • CO4: Know the manufacturing practices of various formulations at hospital set-up
  • CO5: Develop and maintain the knowledge through continuing Professional development programs and ability in Handling and packaging of radiopharmaceuticals
  • CO6: Explain the professional relations and practices of hospital pharmacist

CLINICAL PHARMACY (PRY407)

  • CO1: Monitor drug therapy of patient through medication chart review and clinical review;
  • CO2: Obtain medication history interview and counsel the patients.
  • CO3: Identify and resolve drug related problems.
  • CO4: Detect, assess and monitor adverse drug reaction.
  • CO5: Interpret selected laboratory results (as monitoring parameters in therapeutics) of specific disease states;
  • CO6: Retrieve, analyze, interpret and formulate drug or medicine information.

BIOSTATISTICS AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY (PRY409)

  • CO1: Learn the basic concept for research, designing of methodology and clinical study, determination of sample size and report writing.
  • CO2: Understand the basic concepts of biostatistics, measures of central tendency and spread and data graphics.
  • CO3: Explain the basics of hypothesis testing, different parametric and non-parametric tests and use of statistical software such as SPSS, Epi Info, and SAS.
  • CO4: Discuss the statistical methods in epidemiology to solve different types of problems.
  • CO5: Appreciate the importance of Computer in hospital and Community Pharmacy.
  • CO6: Develop the ability and confidence in completing drug information and literature retrieval and evaluation tasks.

CLINICAL TOXICOLOGY (PRY410)

  • CO1: Differentiate the clinical signs and symptoms of various acute poisonings.
  • CO2: Manage the clinical signs and symptoms of different chronic poisonings.
  • CO3: Distinguish the clinical symptoms of chronic poisoning by heavy metals.
  • CO4: Plan public health care professionals in the management of emergency cases.
  • CO5: Evaluate, minimize and prevent the substance abuse cases in local population.
  • CO6: Knowledge about different antidotes for the management of clinical toxicology.

Year: 5th

CLINICAL RESEARCH (PRY501)

  • CO1: Understand the fundamental ideas behind the drug development process, including what it is, how it varies from standard care, and why it is carried out.
  • CO2: To establish that clinical research designs and the regulatory approval process are effective.
  • CO3: Become familiar with the numerous regulatory documents and guidelines, and assess the most significant domestic, international, and health care regulatory, and product development, consequences.
  • CO4: Effectively manage and access the ethical aspects of clinical trial activity.
  • CO5: To ensure that high-quality research is conducted, become familiar with the roles and duties of the professionals involved in conducting clinical research.
  • CO6: Acknowledge the clinical trial safety monitoring and reporting processes, and regulate the trial Co-ordination process.

PHARMACOEPIDEMIOLOGY & PHARMACOECONOMICS (PRY502)

  • CO1: Differentiate the various methods used in Pharmacoepidemiology.
  • CO2: Evaluate and identify the various risks in Epidemiological studies.
  • CO3: Assessment of data used in Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomic.
  • CO4: Demonstrate ability in the design, conduct and evaluation of Pharmacoeconomic studies.
  • CO5: Applications of Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics in clinical settings.
  • CO6: Interpretation the result in Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomic.

CLINICAL PHARMACOKINETICS & PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS DRUG MONITORING (PRY503)

  • CO1: Students can understand the basic principles of clinical pharmacokinetics
  • CO2: Students shall able to design dosage regimen for individual patients
  • CO3: Students shall able to analyze and resolve pharmacokinetics drug interactions
  • CO4: Students shall able to adjust the dosein different disease conditions
  • CO5: Students can understand therapeutic drug monitoring forsafe and effective therapy
  • CO6: Understand the concept of population pharmacokinetics and Pharmacogenetics

PHARMACOTHERAPEUTICS-III (PRY504)

  • CO1: Students understand the pathophysiology & diagnosis of GIT & liver disorder and their management/controversies including patient-specific parameters relevant in initiating drug therapy, and monitoring therapy (including alternatives, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects).
  • CO2: Students have ability to explore the pathophysiology & diagnosis of hematological disorder and their management/controversies.
  • CO3: Students have ability to effectively communicate the pharmacotherapy of CNS disorder and their management/controversies.
  • CO4: Students analyzed the pathophysiology & diagnosis of Psychiatric disorder and their management/controversies including patient-specific parameters relevant in initiating drug therapy and monitoring therapy.
  • CO5: Students analyze the Pharmacotherapeutics of pain management and also able to elucidate the Evidence Based Medicine.
  • CO6: Students able to elucidate the Evidence Based Medicine.

Year/sem.: 1st /1st


MODERN PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (MPL101T)

  • CO1: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by absorption and emission techniques.
  • CO2: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by Nuclear Magnetic spectroscopy techniques.
  • CO3: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by Mass spectroscopy techniques.
  • CO4: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of different chromatographic techniques.
  • CO5: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of electrophoresis and X ray crystallography.
  • CO6: Apprehend the fundamentals of potentiometry and thermal techniques.

ADVANCE PHARMACOLOGY-I (MPL102T)

  • CO1: After studying this subject students will learn regarding the pharmacokinetcs and pharmacodynamics of drugs. Students will have the knowledge about the receptor and types of reccptors and their examples. Can explain about the effect on efficacy of drugs on changes of absorption, distribution,metabolims and excretion.
  • CO2: Upon successful completion of this unit the students will have the deep understanding of neurotransmission. Neurohumoral transmission in ANS and CNS and NANC transmission.Apart from this the course provide the detail of various sympathomimetc,sympatholytic,parasympathomimetc and parasympatholytic.
  • CO3: This unit provide the knoledge about the drugs which act on CNS . Also provide the detail knowledge of pharmacology of CNS acting drugs
  • CO4: This unit provide the detail knowledge of drugs acting on cardiovascular system particularly antihypertensive, antianginal, antiarrythmic and drugs used in congestive heart failure
  • CO5: provide detail knowledge about the different autocoids and their recceptors, physiological and pathological role of prostaglandin, histamines, serotonin and dopamine, their agonist and antagonist.

PHARMACOLOGICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL SCREENING METHODS-I (MPL103T)

  • CO1: Appreciate the knowledge gained on preclinical evaluation of drugs and recent experimental techniques in the drug discovery and development.
  • CO2: Understood the various of laboratory animals and their maintenance as per the guidelines and also describe good laboratory practices in maintenance and handling of experimental animals
  • CO3: Appraised the regulations and ethical requirement for the usage of experimental animals.
  • CO4: Learnt and describe the various preclinical screening methods (in-vitro and in-vivo) involved in the drug discovery process.
  • CO5: Correlate the preclinical data to human’s clinical data.

CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY (MPL104T )

  • CO1: Explain the receptor signal transduction process. Can able to answer the difference between necrosis and autophagy and understand the pathways of Apoptosis .
  • CO2: Describe about the receptor classification and their molecular structure.Able to correlate the drug action with the receptor stimulation.
  • CO3: Analyze the applicability of molecular pharmacology and biomarkers in drug discovery process.
  • CO4: Describe about immunomodulators.explain the Applications of gene therapy & Proteomics in management of specific disorders.
  • CO5: Demonstrate molecular biology techniques as applicable for pharmacology.

Year/Sem.: 1st / 2nd

ADVANCED PHARMACOLOGY-II (MPL201T)

  • CO1: Analyze the types and cellular or molecular mechanism of endocrine hormones and their deficiencies or excess release related endocrine disorders and therapies.
  • CO2: Understand the MOA and the resistance of antimicrobial agents including anti-viral and 1nti-TB in cellular and molecular level.
  • CO3: Remember the immunopharmacology including cellular and biochemical mediators of inflammation and immune response, further understand allergy or hypersensitivity and pharmacology of asthma or COPD.
  • CO4: Co-relate the pathophysiology behind Gastric ulcer and their therapy with conventional drugs along with new therapeutic approaches.
  • CO5: Explain the physiology and pathophysiology of free radicals and role of antioxidants in the oxidative stress.

PHARMACOLOGICAL & TOXICOLOGICAL SCREENING METHODS -II (MPL202T)

  • CO1: Explore various types of toxicological studies and its regulatory guidelines.
  • CO2: Explicate OECD principle of good laboratory practice.
  • CO3: Design, conduct and analyze various screening methods employed for conducting toxicological studies in drug discovery and development.
  • CO4: Explain and design protocol for safety pharmacology & toxicokinetics studies.
  • CO5: Utilised various Alternative methods for animal toxicity testing employed in drug discovery and development.

PRINCIPLES OF DRUG DISCOVERY(MPL203T)

  • CO1: Explain the various stages of drug discovery
  • CO2: Appreciate the importance of the role of genomics, proteomics and bioinformatics in drug discovery
  • CO3: Explain various targets for drug discovery
  • CO4: Explain various lead seeking method and lead optimization
  • CO5: Appreciate the importance of the role of computer aided drug design in drug discovery

CLINICAL RESEARCH AND PHARMACOVIGILANCE (MPL204T)

  • CO1: After studying this subject students will learn regarding the regulatory requirement of conducting clinical trial, can demonstrate the types of clinical trial designs, can explain the responsibility of core team member involved in clinical trial, will know the principles of pharmacovigilance
  • CO2: Demonstration of types of clinical trial design. Roles and responsibilities of sponsor , investigator and study co-ordinator in CRO
  • CO3: Execution of safety monitoring,reporting and close-out activities.
  • CO4: Explanation of principles of pharmacovigilance
  • CO5: Detection of new adverse drug reaction and their assessment

Year/Sem.: 2nd / 3rd

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & BIOSTATISTICS (MRM301)

  • CO1: After studying this subject, students will learn regarding the strategies to eliminate errors/bias, controls, randomization, crossover design, placebo, blinding techniques.
  • CO2: Students can demonstrate different statistical methods for calculation of data such as t test, ANOVA, wilcoxan rank tests etc.
  • CO3: Students will learn about history, values in medical ethics, autonomy, beneficence, non–maleficence, double effect, conflicts between autonomy and beneficence/non–maleficence, euthanasia, informed consent, confidentiality etc.
  • CO4: After studying this subject, students can explain the CPCSEA guidelines for laboratory animal facility.
  • CO5: After studying this subject, students will know the Declaration of Helsinki: History, introduction, basic principles for all medical research.

Year/sem.: 1st /1st


MODERN PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (MPC101T)

  • CO1: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by absorption and emission techniques.
  • CO2: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by Nuclear Magnetic spectroscopy techniques.
  • CO3: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by Mass spectroscopy techniques.
  • CO4: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of different chromatographic techniques.
  • CO5: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of electrophoresis and X ray crystallography.
  • CO6: Apprehend the fundamentals of immunological assays.

ADVANCE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-I (MPC102T)

  • CO1: Comprehend about the Synthetic applications, basic concept of organic chemistry, method of formation and stability of organic intermediates.
  • CO2: Knowledge about the mechanism and synthetic applications of name reactions and rearrangements
  • CO3: Demonstrate the Role of protection in organic synthesis and synthetic reagent with their application
  • CO4: Explain about the synthetic strategies, Organic name reactions with their respective mechanism and application involved in the synthesis of drugs containing five, six membered and fused heterocyclic’s
  • CO5: Demonstrate the Basic principle, guidelines for dissection of molecules, advantages and strategies of synthesis.

ADVANCE MEDICAL CHEMISTRY (MPC103T)

  • CO1: Know the different stages of drug discovery and development, various types of receptors theories of interaction and the role of medicinal chemistry in drug research.
  • CO2: Comprehend the strategies of drug resistance to combat it, concepts of prodrug design, and types of bio isosteres & their importance in drug therapy.
  • CO3: Demonstrate the relation of sympathetic, parasympathetic and CNS with chemistry of drugs as adrenergic, cholinergic, antipsychotics, anticonvulsants, H1, H2, H3 receptors, antiulcer, anti- neoplastic and anti-viral agents including their SAR, MOA and synthesis.
  • CO4: Understand the importance of enzymes in biological system & the action of covalently noncovalently enzyme inhibitor.
  • CO5: Demonstrate the knowledge of peptides, design of peptidomimetics through manipulation of amino acids etc. and correlate the actions of Eicosanoids in biological system and their therapeutic application.

CHEMISTRY OF NATURAL PRODUCTS (MPC104T)

  • CO1: Understand different types of natural compounds as leads for new pharmaceuticals and their chemistry and medicinal importance.
  • CO2: Understand the general methods of structural elucidation of compounds of natural origin.
  • CO3: Understand chemistry and physiological significance of different vitamins and terpenoids.
  • CO4: Apply different tools of recombinant DNA technology in drug discovery.
  • CO5: Apply IR, 1HNMR, 13CNMR and MS Spectroscopy in structural characterization of compounds.

Year/Sem.: 1st / 2nd

ADVANCED SPECTRAL ANALYSIS (MPC201T)

  • CO1: Explore the pharmaceutical substance by UV Visible and IR spectroscopy.
  • CO2: Analyze the essentials of NMR spectroscopy.
  • CO3: Apprehend the analysis of a pharmaceutical substance by mass spectroscopy.
  • CO4: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of chromatography.
  • CO5: Deal with the fundamentals of thermal techniques, raman spectroscopy and radioimmno assay.

ADVANCE ORGANIC CHEMISTRY-II (MPC 202 T)

  • CO1: Understand the techniques principles and applications of green chemistry
  • CO2: Comprehend the concept of peptide chemistry and synthetic strategies of peptide synthesis.
  • CO3: Understand the basic concept of Photochemical reactions & mechanism of pericyclic reactions.
  • CO4: Comprehend the types of catalyst and role of catalyst in organic synthesis
  • CO5: Knowledge about the basic concept of stereochemistry and asymmetric synthesis

COMPUTER ADDED DRUG DESIGN (MPC203T)

  • CO1: Understand CADD techniques and physicochemical parameters in drug design.
  • CO2: Apply different physicochemical properties and the QSAR analysis techniques in novel drug design.
  • CO3: Know various strategies to design and develop new drug like molecules by various structure-based drug design methods such as molecular docking.
  • CO4: Know various strategies to design and develop new drug like molecules by de novo drug design.
  • CO5: Work with molecular modeling softwares to design new drug molecules (Virtual Screening).

PHARMACEUTICAL PROCESS CHEMISTRY (MPC204T)

  • CO1: Students can able to understand the synthetic strategy of Process chemistry.
  • CO2: Students can able to understanding the aromatic nitration and its kinetics.
  • CO3: Students can understand the production of various drugs via fermentation.
  • CO4: Students will have information on various unit operations used in pharmaceutical industry.
  • CO5: Students will be familiar with different safety measures to be taken in various pharmaceutical operations

Year/Sem.: 2nd / 3rd

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & BIOSTATISTICS (MRM301)

  • CO1: After studying this subject, students will learn regarding the strategies to eliminate errors/bias, controls, randomization, crossover design, placebo, blinding techniques.
  • CO2: Students can demonstrate different statistical methods for calculation of data such as t test, ANOVA, wilcoxan rank tests etc.
  • CO3: Students will learn about history, values in medical ethics, autonomy, beneficence, non–maleficence, double effect, conflicts between autonomy and beneficence/non–maleficence, euthanasia, informed consent, confidentiality etc.
  • CO4: After studying this subject, students can explain the CPCSEA guidelines for laboratory animal facility.
  • CO5: After studying this subject, students will know the Declaration of Helsinki: History, introduction, basic principles for all medical research.

Year/sem.: 1st /1st  
THEORY


MODERN PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES (MPH101T)

  • CO1: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by absorption and emission techniques.
  • CO2: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by Nuclear Magnetic spectroscopy techniques.
  • CO3: Investigate the pharmaceutical substance by Mass spectroscopy techniques.
  • CO4: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of different chromatographic techniques.
  • CO5: Recognize the principle, instrumentation and applications of electrophoresis and X ray crystallography.
  • CO6: Apprehend the fundamentals of immunological assays.

DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS (MPH102T)

  • CO1: Explain drug delivery systems which give detailed information on transporting a pharmaceutical compound in the body as needed to safely achieve its desired therapeutic effect. Also about the approaches, formulations, technologies, and systems for transporting a pharmaceutical compound in the body as needed to safely achieve its desired therapeutic effect with suitable drug delivery.
  • CO2: Know vaccine delivery and different mode of application approach for clinical use.
  • CO3: Ability to communicate different types of Drug carrier used in the process of drug delivery which serves to improve the selectivity, effectiveness, and/or safety of drug administration.
  • CO4: Apply latest drug delivery knowledge and think to develop new formulation based on the individual requirement.
  • CO5: Create recent developments in protein and peptide for parenteral delivery approaches will give new dimension of drug deliver for antibiotics, insulin, etc.

MODERN PHARMACEUTICS (MPH103T)

  • CO1: Apply the concepts of preformulation and optimization techniques during formulation development.
  • CO2: Recognize the importance of validation of methods, equipments and processes during pharmaceutical manufacturing.
  • CO3: Describe current good manufacturing practices guidelines and industrial management.
  • CO4: Analyze the importance of tablet compression and compaction studies.
  • CO5: Understand different consolidation parameters employed in formulation development and evaluation.

REGULATORY AFFAIRS (MPH104T)

  • CO1: Understand the concepts of innovator and generic drugs, drug development process, regulatory guidance’s and guidelines for filing and approval process.
  • CO2: Know the preparation of dossiers and their submission to regulatory agencies in different countries
  • CO3: Analyse thepost-approval regulatory requirements for actives and drug products, and submission of global documents in CTD/ eCTD formats.
  • CO4: Apply the Regulatory guidance’s and guidelines for filing and approval process in different countries.
  • CO5: Identify the regulatory requirements for conducting clinical trials, pharmacovigilance and process of monitoring in clinical trials

Year/sem.: 1st /2nd

MOLECULAR PHARMACEUTICS (NANOTECHNOLOGY & TARGETED DDS (MPH201T)

  • CO1: Recall the basic aspects and approaches of targeted drug delivery systems.
  • CO2: Describe methods for the preparation and evaluation of polymeric nanoparticles and liposome’s
  • CO3: Outline the preparation methods and applications of monoclonal antibodies and vesicular nanocarriers.
  • CO4: Discuss the different aspects of pulmonary drug delivery systems.
  • CO5: Choose components of nucleic acid based therapeutic delivery systems.

ADVANCED BIOPHARMACEUTICS AND PHARMACOKINETICS (MPH202T)

  • CO1: Understand basic concepts in biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics.
  • CO2: Explain the design and evaluation of dosage regimens of the drugs using pharmacokinetic and biopharmaceutics parameters.
  • CO3: Analyse raw data and derive the pharmacokinetic models and parameters that best describe the drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination process.
  • CO4: Know critical evaluation of biopharmaceutics studies involving drug product equivalency.
  • CO5: Identify potential clinical pharmacokinetic problems and apply basic pharmacokinetic principles to solve them.

COMPUTER AIDED DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM (MPH203T)

  • CO1: Describe statistical modeling and quality by design in pharmaceutical research and development.
  • CO2: Discuss the descriptors of drug disposition utilized in computational modeling.
  • CO3: Understand the ethics and legal protection of computing in pharmaceutical research.
  • CO4: Defend in silico approaches for biopharmaceutical characterization.
  • CO5: Recognize the importance of automation in pharmaceutical development

COSMETIC AND COMECEUTICALS (MPH204T)

  • CO1: Gain information on key ingredients used in cosmetics and cosmeceuticals
  • CO2: Understand key building blocks of cosmetics for various formulations
  • CO3: Know the current technologies in the market
  • CO4: Understand the scientific principles to develop cosmetics and cosmeceuticals desired safety
  • CO5: Understand the regulatory aspects in cosmetics.

Year/Sem.: 2nd / 3rd

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY & BIOSTATISTICS (MRM301)

  • CO1: After studying this subject, students will learn regarding the strategies to eliminate errors/bias, controls, randomization, crossover design, placebo, blinding techniques.
  • CO2: Students can demonstrate different statistical methods for calculation of data such as t test, ANOVA, wilcoxan rank tests etc.
  • CO3: Students will learn about history, values in medical ethics, autonomy, beneficence, non–maleficence, double effect, conflicts between autonomy and beneficence/non–maleficence, euthanasia, informed consent, confidentiality etc.
  • CO4: After studying this subject, students can explain the CPCSEA guidelines for laboratory animal facility.
  • CO5: After studying this subject, students will know the Declaration of Helsinki: History, introduction, basic principles for all medical research.

Department Information

H.O.D. Prof. (Dr.) Juber Akhtar
Email headpharm@iul.ac.in
Contact(Ext. No.) 7002
Admissions Email admission@iul.ac.in
Admissions Call +91-9335177775

Contact Information

Faculty of Pharmacy,
Integral University,
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