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M. Pharm - Master of Pharmacy


Master of Pharmacy a post graduate course run by National College of Pharmacy and is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The eligibility for admission is B.Pharm from any recognized university of India with a minimum of 55% marks (aggregate of 4 Years).

For SC/ST Category-I candidates, the prescribed percentage of marks will be 50% of the maximum marks in the qualifying examinations for Karnataka State Students.


Duration of Course

The course of M.Pharma will extend over a period of two academic Years. The curricula and syllabi for the course will be prescribed from time to time by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences.


A choice of 4 disciplines are available at present, the areas are as follows

  Pharmaceutical Analysis,
  Pharmaceutics,
  Pharmacognosy and
  Pharmacology
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M.PHARM PART - I EXAMINATION
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION (ALL BRANCHES)
Subjects Duration of Practical Sessional Maximum Marks Maximum for Laboratory Presentation / Workshop Presentation Total
Paper - I
Modern Pharma Analysis
6 50 100 150
Paper- II 6 50 100 150
Paper- III 6 50 100 150
Paper- VI 6 50 100 150
Subjects Number of Papers Duration of Papers (Hours) Sessional Maximum Marks Maximum Marks of Written Paper Total
Paper - I
Modern Pharma Analysis
1 3 50 100 150
Paper- II 1 3 50 100 150
Paper- III 1 3 50 100 150
Paper- VI 1 3 50 100 150
THEORY
Specialization Paper II Paper III Paper IV
Pharmaceutical Analysis Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic analysis Instrumental Methods of Analysis Chemical and Biological Evaluation
Pharmaceutics Preformulation and Production Management Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics Advances in Drug Delivery Systems
Pharmacognosy Advanced Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Industrial Pharmacognosy Medicinal Plant Biotechnology
Pharmacology Advanced Pharmacology and Toxicology Pharmacological Screening methods & Clinical Evaluation Molecular Biology
PRACTICAL
Dissertation

A candidate presenting himself / herself for M.Pharm examination submits to the Registrar(Evaluation), six months before commencement of the examination four typed copies of a dissertation embodying the candidates own work and investigations under direct guidance of a recognized teacher.


Internal assessment

Two sessional examinations shall be conducted during the academic year by the college. The average marks of  two examinations separately for theory and practical shall be computed for the declaration of Results.


Attendance

The candidates are normally expected to attend all allotted work period (both theory and practicals) in each of the prescribed subject. They should attend 80% of the total number of classes conducted in each of the subject to be eligible to appear for the university examination in that subject.