M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics)

M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics)

COURSE OUTCOMES (M. Pharmacy Pharmaceutics)
M. Pharmacy Pharmaceutics Semester 1
Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical techniques CO1Understand the interaction of matter with electromagnetic radiations and its applications in drug analysis using various analytical instruments
CO2Develops ability to involve in the quantitative & qualitative chromatographic separation and analysis of drugs
CO3It facilitates the students to perform the thermal method of analysis of drugs using different instruments
CO4Understand the principles of Nmr, Mass, X Ray Techniques and assays
CO5Able to do the statistical analysis using student T test,F test,chi-square test
Drug Delivery SystemsCO1Understand the concept of SR & CR formulations and their factors, different polymers & their properties, personalized medicines, bioelectronic medicines, 3D Printing, telepharmacy.
CO2Understand concept, design, formulation, advantages, disadvantages and evaluation of Gastroretentive drug delivery systems, Buccal drug delivery systems and transdermal drug delivery systems.
CO3Understand barriers for ocular drug delivery & methods to overcome them.
CO4 Understand principles and fundamentals of rate controlled drug delivery systems, modulated drug delivery systems and feedback regulated drug delivery systems
CO5Understand barriers, formulation & evaluation of protein drug delivery and vaccine drug delivery systems.
Modern PharmaceuticsCO1Understand the concept of preformulation, including drug-excipient compatibility studies and stability studies.
CO2Understand the concept of pharmaceutical dispersion, theories of dispersion, parenterals including their manufacturing and evaluation, compression and compaction of tablets and concept of solubility.
CO3Understand the concept of optimization, various optimization techniques, calibration and validation including ICH and WHO guidelines involved, concept of URS and types of qualification.
CO4Understand the concept of cGMP, Industrial management and Production Management.
CO5Understand the concept of various pharmaceutical and Pharmacokinetic parameters, statistical techniques used in pharmacy, Heckle plots and kinetic models.
Regulatory AffairsCO1To understand the document process in pharmaceutical industry and requirements for product approval
CO2To study the regulatory requirements for product approval.
CO3To know the regulations for combination drug products and medical devices
CO4To grasp non clinical drug development submission requirements to regulatory agencies
CO5To learn the clinical trial protocol and pharmacovigilance safety monitoring in clinical trials
Pharmaceutical Practical - ICO1Analyze pharmacopoeial compounds,formulations,ions using techniques like UV Vis spectrophotometer, HPLC, Gas Chromatography, fluorimetry, flame photometry
CO2Determine preformulation studies of tablets.
CO3Evaluate In-vitro dissolution of tablets, conventional and novel dosage forms, and effect of binders on dissolution of a tablet , plot Heckal plot, Higuchi and peppas plot and determine similarity factors.
CO4 Evaluate micromeritic properties of powders and granulation and study effect of compressional force on tablets disintegration time, particle size on dissolution of a tablet
CO5Develop conventional and novel dosage forms
M. Pharmacy Pharmaceutics Semester 2
Molecular PharmaceuticsCO1Understand the concept of drug targeting and targeted drug delivery systems, including targeting methods and strategies for drug targeting.
CO2Understand the methods for tumor and brain targeting.
CO3Understand the various approaches for the formulation of novel drug delivery systems, targeted drug delivery systems including their applications and stability aspects as well preparation and applications of monoclonal antibodies.
CO4Understand the concept of Nucleic Acid Based Therapeutic Delivery Systems.
CO5Evaluate different NDDS and targeted drug delivery systems.
Advanced Bi0pharmaceutics and PharmacokineticsCO1Broader understanding about the concepts of biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics.
CO2Ability to design drug product by considering various biopharmaceutical factor
CO3Ability to select proper pharmacokinetic model based on plasma level or urinary excretion data that best describes the process of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination (ADME)
CO4Ability to design a basic protocol for the conduct of BA/BE study and the interpretation of the BA/BE data
CO5Ability to design dosage regimens for patients based on calculated pharmacokinetic parameters
Computer Aided Drug Delivery systemsCO1To study the role of computers and quality by design concepts in pharmaceutical research and formulation development.
CO2To learn computational modeling techniques of drug disposition
CO3To inculcate the knowledge of innovative uses of computer in formulation development and market analysis
CO4To interpret computer aided biopharmaceutical characterization using computer simulations during clinical development.
CO5To apprehend the importance of artificial intelligence, robotics and computational fluid dynamics in pharmaceutical automation.
Cosmetic and CosmeceuticalsCO1Understand the regulatory requirements of manufacturing , labeling, import and building blocks of cosmetics and herbal products
CO2Understand the use/misuse of narcotic products and impact on social environment
CO3Develop the road map for selection of different excipients s in cosmetics and herbal products
CO4Analyze the different challenges observed during cosmetics and herbal products
CO5Compare the different technologies in the market involved in manufacturing of cosmetic and herbal products
Pharmaceutical Practical - IICO1Understand Quality by design and Design of Expert in Pharmaceutical Development
CO2Compare dissolution of 2 different marketed brands.
CO3Develop different novel drug delivery systems and their evaluation.
CO4Develop creams, Shampoo and Toothpaste base and dosage forms for dry skin, acne, blemish, wrinkles, bleeding gums and dandruff and evaluate them.
CO5Develop products using herbal and chemical actives.
M. Pharmacy Pharmaceutics Semester 3
Research Methodology & Biostatistics 301TCO1Students were able to design research projects and proposals to test the candidate in preclinical and clinical Testing
CO2To understand the basic principles and guidelines to conduct clinical trials/ clinical research
CO3To establish, understand, functioning, utilization of laboratory animals and facilities as per CPCSEA guidelines
CO4To understand the basic principles of medical research, necessity and medicinal care as per international guidelines
CO5To apply proper statistical method for data interpretation and data management to have quality research outcome
Journal ClubCO1 Able to collect relevant literature and critically evaluate them
CO2Learnt to make a PPT presentation scientifically and deliver the same
CO3Able to involve effectively in post presentation
Project Discussion / PresentationCO1 Able to select research topic through literature review CO2: Able to design research methodology
CO2 Able to Present the selected research proposal convincingly
Research WorkCO1 Able to carry out research work scientifically following research ethics
CO2Able to collect date, interpret them using appropriate statistical tools and arrive at conclusion scientifically
CO3Able to document the research work in the form of thesis in an acceptable format
Pre submission Discussion / PresentationCO1Able to organize the research work for presentation
CO2Able to make PPT presentation of the research work scientifically and deliver the same
CO3Learnt to defend the research work scientifically and convincingly