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School of Pharmacy

Pharmacists are considered one of the most visible and one the most accessible health care professionals in the world. Every day, lac of people walks into drug stores and depends on Pharmacists for assistance and advice for their health care needs. Pharmacists can work in a range of industries related to the prescription, manufacture & provision of medicines. Pharmacy as a profession is responsible for the preparation, dispensing and appropriate use of medication and which provides services to achieve optimal therapeutics outcomes.
A Pharmacist Job is to prepare, mix compound or dispense drugs and medicine, ointment, tablets, powders and injections on the prescription of a medical practitioner or dentist. Additionally a pharmacist is required to explain the mode and precautions regarding the use of medicines in the hospital Pharmacy.
It is an incredibly exciting to pursue a Career in Pharmacy and students graduating from Career Point University have a wide-range of Career opportunities available to them. We invite, you to join us on this exciting Journey.



Vision and Mision

Our Vision:

Excelling in Pharmaceutical discovery to advance evidence-based practice and the development of leaders in Pharmacy and the Pharmaceutical Sciences.


Our Mission:

  1. Education: Provide the most comprehensive and highest quality education for pharmaceutical sciences in a learning environment that embraces diversity, equity, integrity, ethics, moral courage and accountability.
  2. Community service: Conduct health education programs to the community to prevent disease and improve public health and well-ness by fostering an environment that promotes the safe, efficacious, and cost-effective use of medications.
  3. Research: Develop a passion for discovery and innovations with multidisciplinary collaborative research and engage in creative partnerships locally and globally to advance health education, research, and practice.
  4. Entrepreneurship: Encourage and support resourcefulness, originality, imagination, ingenuity, and vision in our students, faculty, and staff. Foster the development of entrepreneurs who have the ability to dream, inspire and innovate and courage to envisage the commercial success and socio economic productivity of innovations.

Salient Features

  • Approved by Pharmacy council of India
  • Approved by Government of Rajasthan.
  • Well Qualified faculties
  • Well Equipped Laboratories (12 Labs)
  • Well-furnished Seminar Hall
  • Well-equipped Computer Labs
  • Central Instrumentation Lab
  • Well-equipped Machine room
  • State-of-the-art Library with computers
  • Training and Placement cell
  • Scholarship section: all schemes of Government.
  • Ragging Free Campus
  • Free MOOC certificate Course to students
  • Herbal Garden
  • Entrepreneurship Development Cell
  • Virtual Class room
  • Wi-Fi Campus
  • Girl common room
  • Well-furnished Class rooms
  • Bus Facilities
  • Girl Hostel
  • Boys Hostel
  • Sports Facilities
  • Club Activities
  • Boys common room

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the Career Point School of Pharmacy at Career Point University, Kota. Our classes are taught by highly distinguished faculty who bring academic and clinical expertise to the classroom. The School has state-of-the-art laboratories and a treasure of books.
A new teaching and learning system called ‘Problem Based Learning’ has been adopted right from the beginning. This system emphasizes on self-learning and small group discussions to provide students with problem solving abilities and promote learning experience suitable for this century. Our students are going to be not just medical scientists but also competent professionals who can develop a commitment to their profession and nurture the right attitude towards patient centric medical care.
As the School, we have a commitment to lifelong learning, achievement of excellence in all we do, and towards an improved quality of life for all those we serve. We look forward to welcoming you.
"I Thank Shri Pramod Maheswari, Chancellor,Career Point University, who has been a visionary and above all a great humanitarian for providing me with the opportunity to serve this prestigious University and disseminate knowledge to the students.
I am happy to be a part of Career Point University."

Prof. (Dr.) M. K. Gupta
Dean
Career Point School of Pharmacy
Career Point University, Kota (Rajasthan)

Courses : Pharmacy

Diploma Programs:

  • D. Pharm. (Diploma in Pharmacy)-
    • Duration: 2 Years course
    • Eligibility: 10+2 pass with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Maths
  • Note: Students should complete the age of 17 years on or before 31 December of the year of admission to the course.
  • Approved by Pharmacy Council of India. New Delhi & Government of Rajasthan

Under Graduate Programs:

  • B. Pharm. (Bachelor in Pharmacy)-
    • Duration: 4 Years
    • Eligibility: 10+2 pass with Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Maths
  • Note: Students should complete the age of 17 years on or before 31 December of the year of admission to the course.
  • Approved by Pharmacy Council of India. New Delhi & Government of Rajasthan

B. Pharm. (Lateral Entry)

  • Duration: 3 years
  • Eligibility: D. Pharm with 50% marks

Post Graduate Programs:

Duration: 2 Years

Branch/ Specialization: Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology

Eligibility: B. Pharm with 50% Marks

M. Sc. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)-

  • Duration: 3 years
  • Eligibility: B.Sc. in Science stream or B. Pharm

Doctoral Program:

Career Opportunities

Students who are interested to make a career in Retail or Hospital Pharmacy are most appropriate for this diploma course. Those who are interested to work as Registered Pharmacist in India or abroad, may take admission in this program. This diploma program also enables the qualified students to get employment opportunity in various State and Central governments jobs. Students from D.Pharm program will be u eligible to take the admission in the B.Pharm program.

Students who are interested to make their career in Pharmaceutical and Healthcare industries are most appropriate for this degree program. Those who are interested to work as lecturer in Diploma Pharmacy college, may take admission in this program. This degree program also enables the qualified students to get employment opportunity in various State and Central governments jobs as Drug Inspector level. Students from B. Pharm program will be eligible to u take admission in the M. Pharm program.

 

  1. Drug Inspector
  2. Drug Control Officer
  3. Entrepreneurships (Open Own Medical Store, Wholesale Store, Pharmaceutical Industry Or Repacking Industry)
  4. Government Analyst
  5. Government Pharmacist
  6. Private Pharmacist
  7. Marketing
  8. Food Inspector
  9. Production Manager In Pharmaceutical Industry
  10. Research And Development (R&D)
  11. Pharmacovigilance
  12. Pharmacist In USA, Canada, Australia
  13. Licensing And Regulatory Approval
  14. Supply Chain Management
  15. Nutraceuticals Industry
  16. Quality Control Officer In Pharmaceutical Industry
  17. Quality Assurance Officer
  18. Cosmetic Industry
  19. Higher Education

Academic Achievements


School of applied science is dedicated for quality education and focus on research and students of various courses are taking part in this research and area of research is directly associated with health of commen man and benefit for society. Few research papers of students published in various national and international journals are as follows.

  • Ankit Yadav: qualified IIT JAM in Chemistry 2019-20
  • Pawan Nagar: MSc Botany Final year selected in RPSC II Grade Science Teacher in 2019
  • Mansa Ram Meena: MSc Physics Final Year (2018-19) qualified CSIR-UGC NET – Dec.2019 in Physical Science
  • Ayush Meena: MSc Chemistry (Final) 2019-20 Selected In LDC GRADE II Rajasthan Staff Selection Board
  • Suraj Singh Thakur: qualified IIT JAM in Chemistry 2018-19
  • Pooja Meena: MSc Zoology Final Year (2018-19) Selected in RPSC II grade teacher in 2019
  • Himalaya Vashishth: participated in national conference on smart cities: Feasibility, usefulness and applicability in India and present presentation on topic solid waste management- A burning Issue held in MAIIT on dated 22-23 February 2017.
  • Mridul Jain: Physico chemical analysis of ground water of Ramganjmandi tehsil of Kota district and their statistical interpretation IJSR, 4 (4), April 2015, ISSN No. 2277-8179.
  • Mridul Jain: Analysis of water quality of RIICO industrial area Ranpur Kota and their statistical interpretation Rasayan J. Chem. 8 (1), Jan-Mar 2015, ISSN No. 0976-0083.
  • Rajat Srivastava & Mridul Jain: Waste water treatment techniques with special reference to Kota city IJSR, 5 (5) May 2015, ISSN No. 2277-8179.
  • Naved Khan: secured first position in north zone for creating design in MAAC
  • Aditya Soni: student B. Tech I year working as website developer for reputed Pandya group of construction

Adieu'21-Virtual Farewell Party 2021 for Final Year Students of B.Sc., B.Sc.B.Ed & M.Sc. of School of Basic and Applied Sciences and School of Education

Educational Tools and Online Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Wildlife Week Celebration 2020

School of Basic and Applied Sciences, Career Point University, Kota aimed to focus the “Issues and Opportunities of Nature and Wildlife Conservation” organized a Webinar on Thursday, 1st October 2020. This webinar explored different perspectives of flora and fauna and awareness about nature and wildlife conservation which is important to maintain sustainability in the ecosystem, in the prevailing era of the climate crisis in the Wildlife Week Celebration 2020 (1st October to 7th October 2020).

Spectroscopic Techniques and Applications

Career Guidance and Counselling Session’21

To guide and/or counsel B.Sc. Final year (Biology and Mathematics) B.Sc.B.Ed.IVth (Bio and Maths) students for pursuing Master’s program at Career Point University, Kota. During this session, students get exposure to the curriculum of Master’s program carried out at Career Point University, Kota. Detailed counseling session will be scheduled where students can clear their queries related to the academics and admission from the faculties of the School of Basic and Applied Sciences.

Workshop on Plant Identification: Learning Plants from Pattern

Chambal Biodiversity Festival - 2020

Visit to Mukndra Hills Tigre Reserve

 

Visit to Rajasthan Stomic Power Plant (rapp) Rawatbhata

Department Activities


Applied Science regularly organizes workshops & seminars for students of various sreams and choose topic which are innovative, challenging and useful for today’s technocrat, environmentalist, physicist, botanist and chemist to enhance their knowledge and upgrade their practical exposure

Expert Lecture

Utility of Fly Ash (Wealth from Waste) by Prof. Ashu Rani, Dean of Science in University of Kota, Kota.

Environmental Ethics by Prof. Prahlad Dubey, HOD of Zoology, Govt. PG College Kota.

Nuclear Power by Mr. Sanjay Mathur (Sr. Scientist) RAPP RawatBhata Kota.

Expert Lecture: TOPIC--“Recovery of domestic solid & liquid resources”[Solid Liquid Resource Management] on dated 21/2/2017
Key Speaker—Dr.Susen Raj President-KESS (Kota Environment SanitationSociety)

This session provided the information regarding dealing with the waste understanding the nature of waste, waste management, different solutions & the need to turn to solid & liquid resource management.

Expert Lecture on Environmental issues and challenges in industrial operation by Mr. V. S. Bhatnagar Manager Environment DCM Shriram Group

The objective of this expert lecture was to create awareness about environment impact on social life of human being. Students has learn many facts about the industrial development impact on environment such as Air, water pollution in the country and interact with expert to discuss the solutions for the same.

Expert Lecture on wealth from waste “Innovative techniques to utilize coal fly ash by Professor Ashu Rani Dean & former Head of Pure & Apllied Chemistry Department, University of Kota dated 10/11/2016

This expert lecture covered environmental factors, human health being affected from fly-ash, pollution of air,water and land due to fly-ash .It also highlighted the best utilization of fly-ash in solid construction material (with good tensile strength), its recycling and use in many catalyzed synthetic process.

Expert Lecture on how can mathematics be friendly for the students by Dr. Harish Nagar Professor of Mathematics, Sangam University, Bhilwara dated 24/10/2016

The objective this workshop was that we can remove the afraid of Mathematics in students mind. Students took interest and play puzzle in Mathematics.

By his lecture he motivates the students and made it interesting by using video. Students has learn vedic mathematics and different techniques to solve complex multiplication in a short time. Students also learned trigonometric, derivative Matrix solutions by using real life examples such as chess and football matches.

Winners of Science Exhibition– 2017

1st Position: DTMF Cell Phone Controlled Water Irrigation System
2nd Position: Box Transport Mechanism
3rd Position:: Evolution: Ancient Man v/s Modern Man

Photographs News

An Expert Guest Lecture on "ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS - Issues and Possible Solutions"

An Expert Guest Lecture on "ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS- Issues and Possible Solutions" conducted by Zoology Department of 'School of Basic & Applied Science' at C.P. Auditorium, CP Tower-2. on 17-11-2017 for B.Sc , B.Sc-B.Ed and M.Sc (All Streams) students.

KEY NOTE Speaker: Prof. Prahlad Dubey, H.O.D. Zoology Department, Govt. College Kota Coordinated By - Dr. Manjul Mishra [Dean], Miss Meenakshi Sharma & Dr. Megha Shrivastava

Objectives: To reveal environmental issues that are threatening the existence of life on earth & to motivate the students by concern for welfare of many human and non-human communities that shape this planet.

Photographs


Industrial Visit

Hitachi HI-RIl Gandhinagar & GIFT city Ahamdabad

Department of Applied Science has organized an industrial visit at Hitachi HI- RIL Gandhinagar and GIFT city Ahamdabad on dated 13-14 April 2017. Student get adequate exposure of the industrial environment of multinational company like Hitachi Hi-Rel. a group of company which is a leading force in industrial power electronics and power conditioning products for use in power plants. Student also seen most ambitious and dream prject of P. M. shri Narendra Modi GIFT which is a smart city with SEZ (special economic zone) & international education zone.

Akelgarh water treatment plant Kota

Department of Applied Science has organized an industrial visit at water treatment plant Akelgarh Kota on dated 22 September 2016. By this industrial visit student learnt about various water treatment techniques for purification of drinking water such as sedimentation, disinfection, chlorination by seen practically. Student also learnt and seen process by which water is purified before using in any industry. It will Be very helpful for all students to learn practically the process of water purification which is a part of their course curriculam.

National Innovation foundation Gandhi Nagar & G. E. Bharat Forge power pvt. Ltd. Ahmadabad

Department of Applied Science has organized an industrial visit at National Innovation foundation Gandhi Nagar & G. E. Bharat Forge power pvt. Ltd. Ahmadabad for students on 5-6 May 2016. By this industrial visit student learnt about working, principles and objectives of both organizations, understand manufacturing of turbine and generators & by this visit a bond form between these organizations and CPU which will helpful for future internship and placement of students in these organization.


Workshop

 
Learning of Microsoft documents (word, excel, power point):

First year students are assigned projects and report writing. Most of the students are not comfortable with Microsoft documents such as report writing, making data base in excel and making presentation in power point. To impart the knowledge of the same a workshop was conducted for B.Tech first year students on dated 21/10/2016. Participation certificates have been distributed to students.


Technical Events:

Science Exhibition

Career Point University, kota conducted Science Exhibition, the motive of conducting Science Exhibition at Career Point university, is to encourage the students from all the departments and courses to use their knowledge with intelligence for creating a practical output and that is how getting aware of various new technologies in the market. A very good number of students participated from B. Tech I year.

JUGAAD

Career Point University, Kota conducted Science Exhibition, the motive of conducting Science Exhibition at Career Point university, is to encourage the students from all the departments and courses to use their knowledge with intelligence for creating a practical output and that is how getting aware of various new technologies in the market. A very good number of students participated from School of Basic and Applied Sciences.

The Career Point School of Pharmacy at Career Point University has excellent Pharmacy setup that allows the students to get a better grasp of the subjects. Prime focus is always laid on research as this sole factor shall contribute greatly towards a successful career ahead. This is achieved by numerous state-of-the-art labs supported by well-trained lab technicians where students get to perform Practical’s under guidance of experienced Faculty.

Labs

Pharmacognosy Lab:: Two Pharmacognosy Labs are equipped with Autoclaves, BOD Incubators, Projection microscope, Colony Counter, zone reader, fluorimeter, moisture balance, micro centrifuge, Soxhlet apparatus and Laminar Air Flow etc. The primary objective of these labs is to provide practical exposure to Undergraduates Students on Tissue Culture Techniques, Sterilization Techniques including Antibiotic Assay, Microbial Screening, etc

Labs

Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab: Three Pharmaceutical chemistry labs are well equipped with sophisticated Instrument like Gel electrophoresis, BOD, Colourimeter, pH meter, densitometer, potentiometer, etc.

Labs
Labs

Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab: The HAP lab is well equipped with Sahli’s haemocytometer, Haemocytometer with Micropipettes, Spygmomanometer, Stethoscope, Centrifuge, Electronic Balance and Digital pH meter. Human anatomy is the study of the structures of the human body. An understanding of anatomy is key to the practice of health and medicine. Our anatomy Lab Includes bones, well defined skeleton all human organ, various charts. Human Anatomy is a branch of natural science dealing with the structural organization of living things.

Labs

Pharmaceutics Lab: The institute is having five pharmaceutics labs including AC instrumentation lab and machine room. All labs are well equipped with sophisticated instruments including UV spectrophotometer, disintegration apparatus, friability apparatus,autoclave, Brookfield Viscometer, Tablet Compression Machine, dissolution apparatus etc. The objectives of these labs is to provide practical exposure to the budding pharmacists on Physical Pharmaceutics, Manufacturing Operations, Preformulation Screening Tests, Designing Evaluation and Pharmacokinetic study of solid, liquid, semisolid dosage forms including Novel Drug Delivery Systems etc. which curtail the drug dose and minimizes the drug adverse reactions with excellent patient compliance.

herbal

Herbal Garden: Keeping pace with the changing times in the field of medicinal plants, the Department maintains a Herbal Garden with several species of Medicinal Plants. The students get a first-hand experience regarding Identification of Medicinal Plants & herbs, with Cultivation & Collection techniques. The students will be exposed to analyses the organic and inorganic compounds as per Pharmacopoeial standard along with practical experience for synthesizing active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, etc.

herbal

Pharmacology Lab: Two Pharmacology Labs are well equipped with Rotarod, Pole Climbing Apparatus, Convulsiometer, Analgesiometer Hutchinson's Spirometer, Sherrington Drum, Actophotometer Plethysmo

 

Programme Outcome of B.Pharm

 

  1. Pharmacy Knowledge: Provide basic knowledge for understanding the principles and their applications in the area of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology
  2. Technical Skills: Develop an ability to use various instrument and equipment with an in depth knowledge on standard operating procedures for the same
  3. Modern tool usage: Develop/apply appropriate techniques, resources, and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex health issues and medicine effect with an understanding of the limitations
  4. To demonstrate knowledge of identifying a problem, critical thinking, analysis and provide rational solutions in different disciplines of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology
  5. Entrepreneurship:Encourage and support resourcefulness, originality, imagination, ingenuity, and vision in our students, faculty, and staff. Foster the development of entrepreneurs who have the ability to dream, inspire and innovate and courage to envisage the commercial success and socio economic productivity of innovations
  6. Lifelong Learning: Develop an aptitude for continuous learning and professional development with ability to engage in pharmacy practice and health education programs
  7. Community service: Conduct health education programs to the community to prevent disease and improve public health and well-ness by fostering an environment that promotes the safe, efficacious, and cost-effective use of medications.
  8. The Pharmacist and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to comprehend medical prescription, perform patient counselling and issue or receive clear instructions on drug safety and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice
  9. Ethics:: Follow the code of ethics and commit to professional values and responsibilities and norms of the pharmacy practice:
    • Pharmaceutical product development: To apply the knowledge of manufacturing, formulation and quality control of various pharmaceutical and cosmetic products in the form of powders, tablets. capsules, parenteral, solutions, suspensions, emulsions, creams, lotions and aerosols etc
    • b. Invention and Entrepreneurship: Find the application of modern tools to integrate health care systems, design an effective product with commercial advantage and societal benefit, perform risk analysis and become entrepreneur.
  10. Patient counseling and Pharmaceutical Care: Find the application of modern tools to integrate health care systems, design an effective product with commercial advantage and societal benefit, perform risk analysis and become entrepreneur.
    • Provide high quality, evidence-based, patient-centered care in cooperation with patients, prescribers and members of the interprofessional health care team
    • Promote health and wellness and disease prevention
    • Provide pharmaceutical care including, but not limited to, Medication Therapy Management (MTM), vaccinations and drug therapy monitoring in all practice areas (e.g., inpatient, ambulatory and community practice)
    • Provide culturally competent pharmaceutical care and demonstrate cultural competence in all interactions
    • Appropriately address patient-specific and population-specific needs

Course Outcome of B.Pharm

 

S. NoName of subjectOutcome
BP101THuman Anatomy and Physiology I– Theory
  • Students would have studied about the gross morphology, structure and functions of cell, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular system of the humanbody.
  • They would have understood the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances
  • Students would able to identify the different types of bones in human body.
BP102TPharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory
  • Learning this subject content will develop the ideas with the fundamental of analytical chemistry among the pupil.
  • It constructs the fundamental methodology to prepare different strength of solutions.
  • It facilitates the fellow pupil to predict the sources of mistakes and errors
  • It helps to develop the fundamentals of volumetric analytical skills.
BP103TPharmaceutics I – Theory
  • Upon completion of this program, the student will have fundamental knowledge in preparing conventional dosage forms
BP104TPharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Theory
  • Well acquainted with the principles of limit tests.
  • Familiar with different classes of inorganic pharmaceuticals and their analysis
  • Identification of different anions, cations and different inorganic pharmaceuticals.
  • understand the medicinal and pharmaceutical importance of inorganic compounds
BP105TCommunication skills – Theory

Upon completion of the course the student shall be able to

  • Understand the behavioral needs for a Pharmacist to function effectively in the areas of pharmaceutical operation
  • Communicate effectively (Verbal and Non Verbal)
  • Effectively manage the team as a team player
  • Develop interview skills
  • Develop Leadership qualities and essentials
BP106TRemedial Biology

The main aim of this course is to make aware the students to understand and learn about :

  • Cell biology ( Basic Nature of Plant cell and Animal cell)
  • Classification System of both Plants & Animals
  • Various tissue system and organ system in plant and animals
  • Theory of evolution
  • Anatomy and Physiology of plants and animals
BP106TRemedial Mathematics – Theory
  • Apply mathematical concepts and principles to perform computations for Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Create, use and analyze mathematical representations and mathematical relationships assification System of both Plants & Animals
  • Communicate mathematical knowledge and understanding to help in the field of Clinical Pharmacy
  • Perform abstract mathematical reasoning
BP201THuman Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory
  • Students would have studied about the gross morphology, structure and functions of nervous, respiratory, urinary and reproductive systems in the human body
  • They would have studied in detailed about energy and metabolism
  • Students would able to identify the various organs of different systems of human body
  • They would have performed and learnt about the experiments like neurological reflex, body temperature measurement
  • They would have studied elaborate on interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning of human body
  • They would have learnt and performed the experiments like Olfaction, gustation reflex and eye sight
BP202TPharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory
  • The students learn about heterocyclic compounds, andelectrophillic and nucleophillic reactions, which helpsthem in acquiring further knowledge in biochemistry,pharmacology and medicinal chemistry.
BP203TBiochemistry I – Theory
  • The students learn about the chemistry and biologicalimportance of biological macromolecules
  • practical paper they get hands on knowledge onqualitative and quantitative estimation of these. Thisknowledge is helpful for them in learning aboutpharmacology, medicinal chemistry andPharmacognosy
BP204TPathophysiology – Theory
  • Describe the etiology and pathogenesis of the selected disease states
  • Knowledge of signs and symptoms of the diseases
  • Identify the complications of the diseases
  • Know most commonly encountered pathophysiological state(s) and/or disease mechanism(s), as well as any clinical testing requirements
BP205TComputer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory *
  • Student will learn relationship between ethics in clinicaltrials; computational tools etc. and their relevance totoday’s society are introduced to the student.
  • It enablesus to prepare our students to become more ethicalpharmaceutical technologist
BP206TEnvironmental sciences – Theory
  • This program shall create an awareness about environmental problems, develop an attitude towards of concern for the environment.
BP301TPharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory
  • Basic knowledge regarding general methods of preparation of organic compounds
  • Understand the reactions of some organic compounds
  • To understand Reactivity of organic compounds.
  • Special emphasis on mechanisms and orientation of chemical reactions
  • To acquire knowledge in heterocyclic compounds
BP302TPhysical pharmaceutics-I – Theory

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • State the physicochemical properties of drug molecules, pH, and solubility
  • Explain the role of surfactants, interfacial phenomenon and thermodynamics
  • Describe the flow behavior of fluids and concept of complexation
  • Analyze the chemical stability tests of various drug products
  • Understand the physical properties of solutions, buffers, isotonicity, disperse systems and rheology.
  • Understand of physicochemical properties of drugs including solubility, distribution, adsorption, and stability.
BP303TPharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory
  • Students will learn about detail study of microorganismand fermentation technology for the production ofAntibiotics
  • Students will acquire and demonstrate competency in laboratory safety and in routine and specialized microbiological laboratory skills applicable to microbiological research or clinical methods, including accurately reporting observations and analysis.
  • Students will demonstrate isolation of and identification of microbes
BP304TPharmaceutical Engineering – Theory
  • To know various unit operations used in Pharmaceutical industries
  • To understand the material handling techniques
  • To perform various processes involved in pharmaceutical manufacturing process
  • To carry out various test to prevent environmental pollution
  • To appreciate and comprehend significance of plant lay out design for optimum.
BP401TPharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III– Theory
  • To acquire the knowledge and understanding of the basic experimental principles of heterocyclic chemistry
  • To draw the structures and synthesize simple pharmaceutically active organic compounds having five and six membered heterocyclic compounds.
  • To describe detailed mechanisms for common naming reactions.
  • To be able to run experimental techniques, procedures and safe laboratory practices
BP402TMedicinal Chemistry I – Theory
  • Helps in correlating between pharmacology of a disease and its mitigation or cure
  • To understand the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value of drugs
  • To know the structural activity relationship of different class of drugs.
  • Well acquainted with the synthesis of some important class of drugs.
  • Knowledge about the mechanism pathways of different class of medicinal compounds
BP403TPhysical Pharmaceutics II – Theory

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to:

  • State the physicochemical properties of drug molecules, pH, and solubility
  • Explain the role of surfactants, interfacial phenomenon and thermodynamics
  • Describe the flow behavior of fluids and concept of complexation
  • Analyze the chemical stability tests of various drug products
  • Understand the physical properties of solutions, buffers, isotonicity, disperse systems and rheology.
  • Understand of physicochemical properties of drugs including solubility, distribution, adsorption, and stability.
BP404TPharmacology I – Theory
  • Students would have understood the pharmacological actions of different categories of drugs
  • They would have studied in detailed about mechanism of drug action at organ system/sub cellular/ macromolecular levels.
  • They would have understood the application of basic pharmacological knowledge in the prevention and treatment of various diseases.
  • They would have observed the effect of drugs on animals by simulated experiments
BP405TPharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Theory

This course is one of the most advanced introductions in Herbal Medicines that is offered. Will learn and get experience about

  • Herbs and their Science.
  • Classification of Medicinal Plants, Phytochemistry, Carbohydrates, Lipids,
  • Terpenes, Polyphenols, Alkaloids, Pharmacology, Toxicity, Formulations and Preparations of HerbalMedicines.
  • How herbs influence our physiology and can be helpful against several disorders.
  • Relationsbetween Phyto-therapy and the Elderly, Phytotherapy and Children, Understanding Herbal Action, and Understanding the MateriaMedica.
  • The recognition of medicinal plants, identification of adulteration andContamination.
BP501TMedicinal Chemistry II – Theory
  • Helps in correlating between pharmacology of a disease and its mitigation or cure.
  • To write the chemical synthesis of some drugs.
  • To know the structural activity relationship of different class of drugs.
  • Knowledge about the mechanism pathways of different class of medicinal compounds.
  • To acquire knowledge about the chemotherapy for cancer
BP502TFormulative Pharmacy– Theory
  • After successful completion of the course student will be able to understand the various drug delivery system and its mechanisms.
  • Students will learn advanced drug delivery system early stage.
  • Developing a preparation of the drug which is both stable and acceptable to the patient.
  • They know very well about orally administered drugs, injectable, aerosol and semisolid preparations with standard protocols.
  • Formulated drugs are stored in a suitable container closure system for extended periods of time.
BP503TPharmacology II – Theory
  • Students would have understood the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different diseases
  • They would be trained with isolation of different organs/tissues from the laboratory animals by simulated experiments
  • They would have observed the various receptor actions using isolated tissue preparation
  • Students would appreciate the correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences
  • They would have understood the cell communication mechanism
BP504TPharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II – Theory

This course is one of the most advanced introductions in Herbal Medicines that is offered. Will learn and get experience about:

  • Herbs and their Science.
  • Classification of Medicinal Plants, Phytochemistry, Carbohydrates, Lipids,
  • Terpenes, Polyphenols, Alkaloids, Pharmacology, Toxicity, Formulations and Preparations of HerbalMedicines.
  • How herbs influence our physiology and can be helpful against several disorders.
  • RelationsbetweenPhyto-therapy and the Elderly, Phytotherapy and Children, Understanding Herbal Action, and Understanding the MateriaMedica.
BP505TPharmaceutical jurisprudence – Theory
  • Know the Pharmaceutical legislations and their implications in the development and marketing
  • Know various Indian pharmaceutical Acts, Laws and schedule.
  • Know the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals
  • Know code of ethics
BP601TMedicinal Chemistry III – Theory
  • To develop an understanding of the physico-chemical properties of drugs.
  • To understand how current drugs were developed by using pharmacophore modeling and docking technique.
  • To acquire knowledge in the chemotherapy for cancer and microbial diseases and different anti-viral agents.
  • To acquire knowledge about the mechanism pathways of different class of medicinal compound
BP602TPharmacology III – Theory
  • Students would have studied elaborately on mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different infectious diseases
  • They comprehended the principles of toxicology and treatment of various poisonings and they came across the methods of toxicity studies
  • They studied about symptoms of several poisonings
  • They studied about treatment of several poisoning
BP603THerbal Drug Technology – Theory
  • The aim of the degree course is to provide graduates with a good knowledge of thebasic and applied know-how and professional skills in Herbal drugScienceand Technology and the necessary training for admission to the postgraduate courses in this field.
  • They will acquire operative know-how and be able to carry out technical and management tasks and professional activities in the areas of transformation of medicinal herbs, management of the quality of the processes, marketing of medicinal plants and derivatives for use in herbal, food and cosmetic products, Guaranteeing conformity with the national and EU laws in force.
BP604TBiopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics –Theory

After successful completion of the course student will be able to

  • Understand the concept of ADME of drug in human body.
  • Determine the various pharmacokinetic parameters from either plasma concentration or urinary excretion data for drug
  • Apply the various regulations related to developing BA-BE study protocol for the new drug molecule
BP605TPharmaceutical Biotechnology
  • Students will understand the various techniques used in modern biotechnology.
  • Students can design research strategy with step-by-step instructions to address a research problem
  • Students can able to provide examples of current applications of biotechnology and advances in the different areas like medical, microbial, environmental, bioremediation, agricultural, plant, animal.
BP606TQuality assurance
  • The students understand the importance of quality in pharmaceutical products.
  • The students is explored into importance of Good practices such as GMP,GLPect.
  • The factors affecting the quality of pharmaceutical is explored.
  • He understands the regulatory aspects of pharmaceutical taught to the student.
BP701Instrumental methods of analysis
  • The basic theoretical knowledge of the instrumentation techniques available.
  • Theoretically understand the aspects of separation for multi components.
  • Practical skills for the analysis of drugs and excipients using various instrumentation techniques.
  • To make accurate analysis and report the results in defined formats.
  • To learn documentation and express the observations with clarity.
  • To understand the professional and safety responsibilities for working in the analysis laboratory.
BP702Industrial Pharmacy
  • Know the various pharmaceutical dosage forms and their manufacturing techniques.
  • know various considerations in development of pharmaceutical dosage forms
  • ormulate solid, liquid and semisolid dosage forms and evaluate them for their quality,
BP703Pharmacy Practice
  • Students will demonstrate knowledge of and ability to use principles of therapeutics, quality improvement, communication, economics, health behavior, social and administrative aspects, health policy and legal issues in the practice of pharmacy.
  • Students will use knowledge of drug distribution methods in hospital and apply it in the practice of pharmacy.
  • Students will effectively apply principles of drug store management and inventory control to medication use.
  • Students will provide patient-centered care to diverse patients using the best available evidence and monitor drug therapy of patient through medication chart review, obtain medication history interview and counsel the patients, identify drug related problems.
  • Students will engage in innovative activities by making use of the knowledge of clinical trials.
BP704Novel drug delivery system
  • The need, concept, design and evaluation of various customized,sustained and controlled release dosage forms.
  • To formulate and evaluate various novel drug delivery systems
BP-801Biostatics and Research Methodology
  • Students should understand a general definition of research design.
  • Students should know why educational research is undertaken, and the audiences that profit from research studies.
  • Students should be able to identify the overall process of designing a research study from its inception to its report.
  • Students should be familiar with ethical issues in educational research, including those issues that arise in using quantitative and qualitative research.
  • Students should know the primary characteristics of quantitative research and qualitative research.
  • Students should be able to identify a research problem stated in a study. \Students should be familiar with how to write a good introduction to an educational research studyand the components that comprise such an introduction
BP-803EPharmaceutical regulatory Science
  • The Concepts of innovator and generic drugs, drug development process
  • The Regulatory guidance’s and guidelines for filing and approval process
  • Preparation of Dossiers and their submission to regulatory agencies in different countries
  • Post approval regulatory requirements for actives and drug products
  • Submission of global documents in CTD/ eCTD formats
  • Clinical trials requirements for approvals for conducting clinical trials
  • Pharmacovigilence and process of monitoring in clinical trials
BP-803EComputer added drug design
  • To utilize various molecular modeling softwares in the design of novel drug-like molecules.
  • To apply the various softwares for physico-chemical property prediction.
  • To understand how current drugs were developed by using pharmacophores modeling and docking techniques

Course Outcome of D.Pharm

S. NoName of subjectOutcome
DPH- 101Pharmaceutics -I
  • Upon completion of this program the student will have fundamental knowledge in preparing conventional dosage forms
DPH- 102Pharmaceutical chemistry -I
  • The students will be well acquainted with the principleof limit tests, different classes of inorganicpharmaceuticals and their analysis.
  • The practical paperdeals with identification of different anions, cations anddifferent inorganic pharmaceuticals.
DPH- 103Pharmacognosy

This course is one of the most advanced introductions in Herbal Medicines that is offered. Will learn and get experience about:

  • Herbs, and their Science.
  • Classification of Medicinal Plants, Phytochemistry, Carbohydrates, Lipids,
  • Terpenes, Polyphenols, Alkaloids, Pharmacology, Toxicity, Formulations and Preparations of HerbalMedicines.
  • How herbs influence our physiology and can be helpful against several disorders.
  • RelationsbetweenPhyto-therapy and the Elderly, Phytotherapy and Children, Understanding Herbal Action, and Understanding the MateriaMedica.
  • The recognition of medicinal plants, identification of adulteration and Contamination.
DPH- 104Biochem. & Clinical Pathology
  • The students learn about the chemistry and biologicalimportance of biological macromolecules.
  • Practical paper they get hands on knowledge onqualitative and quantitative estimation of these. Thisknowledge is helpful for them in learning aboutpharmacology, medicinal chemistry andPharmacognosy
DPH- 105Human Anatomy & Physiology
  • Subject teaches them about the different systems in our body. This knowledge helps them in subjects like physiology, pharmacology and medicinal chemistry
DPH- 106Health Education & community pharmacy
  • Describe the etiology and pathogenesis of the selected disease states
  • Knowledge of signs and symptoms of the diseases
  • Identify the complications of the diseases.
DPH-201Pharmaceutics -II
  • To know various unit operations used in Pharmaceutical industries.
  • To understand the material handling techniques.
  • To perform various processes involved in pharmaceutical manufacturing process.
  • To carry out various test to prevent environmental pollution.
  • To appreciate and comprehend significance of plant lay out design for optimum
DPH-202Pharmaceutical chemistry -II
  • Helps in correlating between pharmacology of a disease and its mitigation or cure.
  • To write the chemical synthesis of some drugs.
  • To know the structural activity relationship of different class of drugs.
  • Knowledge about the mechanism pathways of different class of medicinal compounds.
  • To acquire knowledge about the chemotherapy for cancer
DPH-203Pharmacology & Toxicology
  • Students would have understood the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different diseases
  • They would be trained with isolation of different organs/tissues from the laboratory animals by simulated experiments
  • They would have observed the various receptor actions using isolated tissue preparation
  • Students would appreciate the correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences
  • They would have understood the cell communication mechanism
DPH-204Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
  • Know the Pharmaceutical legislations and their implications in the development and marketing
  • Know various Indian pharmaceutical Acts, Laws and schedule
  • Know the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals
  • Know code of ethics during the pharmaceutical practice
DPH-205Drug store and Business Management 
DPH-206Hospital and clinical pharmacy
  • Know Various Drug Distribution Methods;
  • Know The Professional Practice Management Skills In Hospital Pharmacies;
  • Provide Unbiased Drug Information To The Doctors;
  • Know The Manufacturing Practices Of Various Formulations In Hospital Set Up;
  • Appreciate The Practice Based Research Methods;
  • Appreciate the stores management and inventory control.

The Career Point School of Pharmacy at Career Point University has excellent Pharmacy setup that allows the students to get a better grasp of the subjects. Prime focus is always laid on research as this sole factor shall contribute greatly towards a successful career ahead. This is achieved by numerous state-of-the-art labs supported by well-trained lab technicians where students get to perform Practical’s under guidance of experienced Faculty.

Labs

Pharmacognosy Lab:: Two Pharmacognosy Labs are equipped with Autoclaves, BOD Incubators, Projection microscope, Colony Counter, zone reader, fluorimeter, moisture balance, micro centrifuge, Soxhlet apparatus and Laminar Air Flow etc. The primary objective of these labs is to provide practical exposure to Undergraduates Students on Tissue Culture Techniques, Sterilization Techniques including Antibiotic Assay, Microbial Screening, etc

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Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab: Three Pharmaceutical chemistry labs are well equipped with sophisticated Instrument like Gel electrophoresis, BOD, Colourimeter, pH meter, densitometer, potentiometer, etc.

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Human Anatomy and Physiology Lab: The HAP lab is well equipped with Sahli’s haemocytometer, Haemocytometer with Micropipettes, Spygmomanometer, Stethoscope, Centrifuge, Electronic Balance and Digital pH meter.
Human anatomy is the study of the structures of the human body. An understanding of anatomy is key to the practice of health and medicine. Our anatomy Lab Includes bones, well defined skeleton all human organ, various charts. Human Anatomy is a branch of natural science dealing with the structural organization of living things.

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Pharmaceutics Lab: The institute is having five pharmaceutics labs including AC instrumentation lab and machine room. All labs are well equipped with sophisticated instruments including UV spectrophotometer, disintegration apparatus, friability apparatus,autoclave, Brookfield Viscometer, Tablet Compression Machine, dissolution apparatus etc.
The objectives of these labs is to provide practical exposure to the budding pharmacists on Physical Pharmaceutics, Manufacturing Operations, Preformulation Screening Tests, Designing Evaluation and Pharmacokinetic study of solid, liquid, semisolid dosage forms including Novel Drug Delivery Systems etc. which curtail the drug dose and minimizes the drug adverse reactions with excellent patient compliance.

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Herbal Garden: Keeping pace with the changing times in the field of medicinal plants, the Department maintains a Herbal Garden with several species of Medicinal Plants. The students get a first-hand experience regarding Identification of Medicinal Plants & herbs, with Cultivation & Collection techniques.
The students will be exposed to analyses the organic and inorganic compounds as per Pharmacopoeial standard along with practical experience for synthesizing active Pharmaceutical Ingredients, etc.

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Pharmacology Lab: Two Pharmacology Labs are well equipped with Rotarod, Pole Climbing Apparatus, Convulsiometer, Analgesiometer Hutchinson's Spirometer, Sherrington Drum, Actophotometer Plethys