Programme Educational Objectives
1. To acquire the theoretical knowledge of Pharmaceutical Sciences
2.To acquire practical skills in
Isolation and identification of medicinal compounds from natural sources
Synthesis and analysis of medicinal compounds
Screening for their pharmacological activities
Formulation of pharmaceutical dosage forms and their evaluation
3. To demonstrate the leadership qualities and ethical attitude and engage in life-long learning
Programme Outcomes (POs)
- Ability to acquire knowledge of pharmaceutical sciences
- Ability to design and conduct experiments, to analyze and interpret data
- Ability to demonstrate effective planning, develop and implement plans within time frame.
- Ability to function effectively individually and on teams, including diverse and multidisciplinary, to accomplish a task.
- Ability to understand and appreciate the role of pharmacist in healthcare services.
- Understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.
- Ability to understand contemporary issues relating to pharmacy profession and challenges ahead.
- Awareness of ethical and professional responsibilities.
- Possess the necessary interpersonal and communication skills to be a productive member of the team in work environment.
- Ability to use current techniques, skills, and modern tools.
- A strong background and motivation to pursue life-long learning
Duration; 4 Years
Eligibility for B.Pharm Course:
- Candidates who have passed Higher Secondary Examination, kerala or examinations recognized as equivalent thereto with 50% marks in Biology/Mathematics separately with 50% marks in physics, chemistry & biology/mathematics put together are eligible.
Admission to B Pharm (lateral entry):
- Minimum qualification for admission directly to second year of the B Pharm course (Third semester) -A candidate who have passed the Diploma in Pharmacy course of Educational Regulations 1991 under Pharmacy Act 1948 from an institution approved by the AICTE,PCI with a minimum of 50% marks in the final year examinations.