WELCOME TO M-Pharmacy
|Course Duration||2 years|
|Year of Establishment||2011|
M.Pharm Pharmacology: 12
|Approved by||AICTE, New Delhi|
|Affiliated to||DBATU, Lonere|
The duration of Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm) Course is of two Years, divided into four semesters.
- Eligibility for Admission to M. Pharm. Course:
The admission to M. Pharm Course is given as per guidelines of Directorate of Technical Education, Mumbai & A.I.C.T.E., New Delhi. Admitted candidate has to strictly abide by the rules and regulations prescribed by the A.I.C.T.E., D.T.E and DBATU. The seats are allotted to the different categories of the candidates as per the guidelines of D.T.E., A.I.C.T.E. and the University.
For Maharashtra Candidature Candidates and All India Candidature Candidates.–
- The candidate should be an Indian Nationality;
- Passed Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy from any All India Council for Technical Education or Pharmacy Council of India or Central or State Government approved institution, with at least 55% marks (at least 50% marks in case of SC or ST category and Persons with Disability Candidates belonging to Maharashtra State only);
- Obtained score in Graduates Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) conducted by All India Council for Technical Education;
- For sponsored candidates, minimum of two years of full time work experience in a registered firm/ company/ industry/ educational and/ or research institute/ any Government Department or Government Autonomous Organization in the relevant field in which admission is being sought
(For more details visit http://www.dtemaharashtra.gov.in/)
Department of M. PHARMACY
- To meet the educational, social and economic needs of the region and the nation to create human Society.
- To impart quality education & training to students for shaping their career
- To empower the students with recent knowledge, skills and right attitude in order to meet the challenges of future
- To generate new knowledge and promote excellence in research and extension activities
Program Educational Objectives
- To impart the knowledge and skills about the manufacture of excipients.
- To appraise the problems and methods of design dosage formulations and development.
- To provide in depth knowledge and skills required in the development, evaluation of conventional and novel drug delivery.
- To inculcate the research attitude and induct them to research methodologies.
- To appraise them about regulatory affairs.
Students will able
- to design and develop conventional and novel drug delivery systems.
- to evaluate excipients and different dosage forms.
- to correlate in vitro and in vivo performance of dosage forms.
Program Educational Objectives
- To familiarize the students with the methods, planning and documentation related to the preclinical, clinical, toxicological and safety pharmacological evaluations of drugs.
- To provide them with the opportunities to undertake preclinical, toxicological and safety pharmacological evaluations of known drugs through theory and practical classes so that they develop competence to undertake similar activities individually or as a group member during their professional career.
- To train the students to collect, correlate and systematically present information on the scientific developments in the field of preclinical pharmacology, clinical pharmacology, safety Pharmacology and toxicology.
- To create awareness amongst the students regarding the ethical conduct in the pharmacological research along with alternatives being developed and validated to replace conventional animal based models in drug discovery.
- To train the students to analyze, evaluate and criticize the scientific publications in the peer reviewed journals so that they acquire skills related to scientific writing and presentation.
- Demonstrate an awareness of the interdisciplinary nature of research in contemporary pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacology and the ability to work across disciplines.
- Demonstrate an understanding of core scientific concepts utilized in basic and applied research in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacology.
- Demonstrate methodological skills and an understanding of contemporary research in their respective area of emphasis, and be able to apply innovative research concepts and practices to their research under guidance of their faculty advisor.
- Demonstrate the ability to synthesize, integrate, and evaluate data from diverse sources into their research.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the statistical methods required to conduct research.
- Complete a research-based thesis in their respective area of emphasis under the guidance of their faculty advisor, which may form part or all of a publishable original research paper.