Syllabus for Pharm.D
Syllabus for Pharm.D
Course Details
Eligibility Criteria

12th passed in Science Stream (as per UGC norms)

Intake

100 Seats

Duration

The duration of the course shall be full time four academic years. Each academic year shall be divided into two semesters.

Curriculum   Syllabus
Semester 1
2017 - 18
Sr.No Subjects Teaching Scheme (Hours) Theory (Marks) Practical (Marks) Total (Marks)
Theory + Tutorial Practical/
Project
Credit Int Ext Int Ext
Theory Practical
1 030250101 - Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 3 4 3 40 60 40 60 200
2 030250102 - Pharmaceutics 3 3 3 3 40 60 40 60 200
3 030250103 - Medicinal Biochemistry 4 3 4 3 40 60 40 60 200
4 030250104 - Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry 4 3 4 3 40 60 40 60 200
5 030250105 - Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 3 3 3 3 40 60 40 60 200
6 $ 030250106 - Remedial Mathematics 4 - 4 - 40 60 - - 100
# 030250107 - Remedial Biology 4 3 4 3 40 60 40 60 200
Total 16 + 6 15/18# 22 15$/18# 240 360 200$/240# 300$/360# 1100$/1200#

#Applicable only for the students who have studied Mathematics / Physics / Chemistry at HSC and appearing for Remedial Biology (RB) course. (Total credit 40) (Total Marks = 1200)

$Applicable only for the students who have studied Physics /Chemistry / Botany / Zoology at HSC and appearing for Remedial Mathematics (RM) course. (Total credit 37) (Total Marks = 1100)

Fee Structure
1. Tuition Fee

Rs. 40,000 Per Semester.

2. Other Fee

Rs. 3,250 Per Semester

(It includes Cultural Activities, Sports Activities, Internal Examination, Laboratory support, Books support, Student Welfare, Campus Development)

3. One Time Fee

Rs. 6,150 At time of admission

(It includes College Deposit, Registration, and I-Card)


*Final decision by Fee Regulatory committee of Gujarat state
Programme Outcome (PO) & Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
Programme Outcome (PO)
  • PO1: Life Sciences Knowledge: Impart fundamental knowledge of physiology, anatomy, biochemistry, Chemistry of organic and inorganic compounds as per themonographs 
  • PO2: Pathology and Pharmacology knowledge: Impart knowledge of relevant aspects of pathophysiological mechanisms, medical uses of natural drugs, and Pharmacological aspects of medicines
  • PO3: Design/Development of solutions: Impart the modern concept of rational drug design such as Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship, Computer Aided Drug Design and concept of antisense molecules 
  • PO4: Community Pharmacy knowledge: Imbibe skills such as dispensing of drugs, ensure safe medication usage, patient counseling and improve patient care in community pharmacy set up
  • PO5: Clinical Pharmacist Knowledge: Inculcate the practical clinical discussions, attending ward rounds, follow-up progress of patients, case presentation at discharge are imbibed through hospital postings
  • PO6: The Clinical Pharmacist and society – Participation in hospital camps, disease awareness programs will inculcate the social responsibility of the clinical pharmacists. Provide pharmaceutical care including Medication Therapy Management, vaccinations and drug therapy monitoring in inpatient, ambulatory and community practice
  • PO7: Conduct investigations of complex problems: Understand biopharmaceutical principles and pharmacokinetic principles through different compartment models, multiple dosage regimens, non-linear pharmacokinetics, and assessment of bioavailability and bioequivalence 
  • PO8: Ethics: Comprehend the clinical aspects of drug development, such as phases, ethical issues, and roles and responsibilities of clinical trial personnel, design of clinical study documents, data management and safety monitoring in clinical trials 
  • PO9: Patient counseling and Pharmaceutical Care: Provide high quality, evidence-based, patient-centered care in cooperation with patients, prescribers and members of the inter-professional health care team and Promote health and wellness and disease prevention
Programme Specific Outcomes (PSO)
  • PSO1: Understand various drug distribution methods, know the professional practice management skills in hospital pharmacies.
  • PSO2: Recognize unbiased drug information to the healthcare providers, appreciate practice based research methods, and appreciate stores management and inventory control 
  • PSO3: Preparation of personalized therapeutic strategies based on diagnosis, through identification of options, observing treatment, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects
  • PSO4: Interpret specific laboratory results of disease states, retrieve, analyze, interpret and formulate medicine information
  • PSO5: Explain the drug utilization review, cohort studies, meta-analysis, prescription monitoring, risk management and pharmacoeconomic evaluation.
  • PSO6: Understand the toxicological aspects of individual class of xenobiotics such as pesticides, opiates, NSAIDs, radiation, heavy metals, plant, food poisonings, and snake bites
  • PSO7: Explicate patient care in performing medication history, interpretations of laboratory data, categorizing potential-medicine related impacts of Pharmacotherapy
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