Diploma in Pharmacy

2 Years Diploma Programme

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  • Internships in reputed hospitals and pharmacies.
  • Exclusive Soft-skill and Communicative English training by subject experts.
  • A blended mode of the teaching-learning system followed.
  • The curriculum includes industrial visits, seminars, workshops, and interaction with industry experts.

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2 Years Programme

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The curriculum for the D. Pharm course is structured by the PCI, a regulatory body responsible for designing the programme to prepare students to gain knowledge in all areas of Pharmacy. Students learn the basics, including Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy and Management, Biochemistry, and Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy, and Pharmacy Law and Ethics, both in theory and through practical applications, field visits, and hospital training where applicable.

  • To provide information to students that are specifically focused on their professional development to inspire them to pursue further study and a career in ethical healthcare.
  • To keep students open to lifetime learning for continuous progress and to equip them for the workplace's ever-changing challenges and innovations.
  • To encourage students to become involved in and make a contribution to society by using their business and leadership talents.

  • Review Prescriptions: Knowledge in receiving and handling prescriptions professionally and being able to check for their completeness and correctness. Also, the prescribers should be contacted for any clarifications and corrections in the prescriptions with suggestions if any.
  • Dispense Prescription / Non-Prescription Medicines: Knowledge in dispensing the various scheduled drugs/medicines as per the implications of the Drug & Cosmetics Act and the Rules thereunder. Also, non-prescription medicines (over-the-counter drugs) should be dispensed judicially to the patients as required.
  • Provide Patient Counselling / Education: Develop knowledge in ineffective counsel/educate the patients/caretakers about prescription / non-prescription medicines and other health-related issues. Effective communication includes using both oral and written communication skills and various communication techniques.
  • Hospital and Community Pharmacy Management: Acquire knowledge to manage the drug distribution system as per the policies and guidelines of the hospital pharmacy, good community pharmacy practice, and the recommendations of regulatory agencies. Also, be able to manage the procurement, inventory, and distribution of medicines in hospital/community pharmacy settings.
  • Expertise on Medications: Provide an expert opinion on medications to health care professionals on safe and effective medication use, relevant policies, and procedures based on available pieces of evidence.
  • Proficiency in Pharmaceutical Formulations: Develop knowledge to describe the chemistry, characteristics, types, merits, and demerits of both drugs and excipients used in pharmaceutical formulations based on her/his knowledge and scientific resources.
  • Entrepreneurship and Leadership: Acquire entrepreneurial skills in dynamic professional environments. Also, be able to achieve leadership skills through teamwork and sound decision-making skills.
  • Deliver Primary and Preventive Healthcare: Contribution to various healthcare programs of the nation including disease prevention initiatives to improve public health. Also, contribute to the promotion of national health policies.
  • Professional, Ethical, and Legal Practice: Deliver professional services following legal, ethical, and professional guidelines with integrity.
  • Continuing Professional Development: Recognize the gaps in the knowledge and skills in the effective delivery of professional services from time to time and be self-motivated to bridge such gaps by attending continuing professional development programs.

  • Implementation of Pharmacy knowledge: Apply the knowledge gained and updated information received during and after the curriculum of the program like prescription handling techniques, patient counseling, and hospital management with ethical and legal practice.
  • Proficiency and Entrepreneurship skills: Apply the knowledge of proficiency in pharmaceutical formulations and entrepreneurship skills to develop an ethical and legal profession in society.
  • Health care provider: Perform interdisciplinary tasks in the pharmacy, health care, and pharmaceutical industries to guarantee patient safety and improved health. able to manage, maintain accurate records, and provide polished presentations in a multidisciplinary setting in the context of the pharmacy profession's constantly evolving technologies.
  • Address healthcare problems: Utilize the knowledge and skill gained during the curriculum to take up local, regional, national, and international health issues and incur relevant data and activities with the orientation of seeking solutions. Able to perform multitasks in dealing with health problems in multidisciplinary fields.

Curriculum Details

Year wise Course Details

First Year

Courses for this year

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn about the different dosage forms and their formulation aspects
  • Understand the advantages, disadvantages, and quality control tests of different dosage forms
  • Analyze the importance of quality assurance and good manufacturing practices

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand calculation of different official formulae and implementation
  • Understand different dosage forms and its evaluation
  • Learn about appropriate process of packaging and labeling requirements

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand chemical class, structure and chemical name of the commonly used drugs and pharmaceuticals of both organic and inorganic nature
  • Learn about pharmacological uses, dosage regimen, stability issues and storage conditions of all such chemical substances commonly used as drugs
  • Articulate the quantitative and qualitative analysis, impurity testing of the chemical substances given in the official monographs

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Relate the limit tests for various inorganic elements and report
  • Demonstrate standard solutions using the principles of volumetric analysis
  • Analyze purity of the selected inorganic and organic compounds against the monograph standards

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Identify the importance/common crude drugs of natural origin
  • Learn about the use of herbs in nutraceuticals and cosmeceuticals
  • Apply the principles of alternative system of medicines

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Identify the given crude drugs based on the morphological characteristics
  • Understand the transverse section of the given crude drugs
  • Learn about the anatomical characteristics of the given crude drug under microscopical conditions

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the various organ systems of the human body
  • Understand the anatomical features of the important human organs and tissues
  • Learn about the homeostatic mechanisms regulating the normal physiology in the human system

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the hematological tests in human subjects and interpret the results
  • Learn about the Experiment, monitor and document the vital physiological parameters of human subjects and interpret the results
  • Learn about anatomical features of the important human tissues under the microscopical conditions

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the roles of pharmacists in the various national health programs
  • Learn about various sources of health hazards and disease preventive measures
  • Identify the healthcare issues associated with food and nutritional substances

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of pharmacists in various National health programs
  • Understand the promotional materials for public health awareness
  • Identify various health hazards including microbial sources

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Summarizing the development of the Pharmacopoeia, the history of the Indian pharmacy profession, and its future.
  • Defining the pharmaceutical packaging technologies for various dosage forms.
  • Knowledge adaptation for effective usage of various instrumentation used in pharmaceutical industries.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Applying the master formula provided, calculate the working formula.
  • Describe the various dosage forms and the components of their composition.
  • Preapre the dosage form, then administer it in the proper container.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Identify the chemical class, structure, and name of the most widely used medications and drugs, both organic and inorganic.
  • Discuss the pharmacological applications, dose guidelines, stability concerns, and storage requirements of all such chemical substances that are frequently used as medications.
  • Describe the impurity testing and quantitative and qualitative analysis of the chemicals listed in the official monographs.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Perform the limit tests for various inorganic elements and report.
  • Utilizing the principles of volumetric analysis, prepare standard solutions.
  • Compare the purity of the chosen inorganic and organic compounds to the specifications in the monograph.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the importance of crude drugs by illuminating their distinguished morphological, microscopical and chemical characters.
  • Evaluate the quality and purity of crude drugs for their active constituents.
  • Demonstrate instruments including different microscope.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Describe the drugs source their constituents and uses.
  • Describe the traditional system of medicines.
  • Describe the herbs having nutritional and medicinal value.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Comprehend the arrangement and operation of the primary systems within the human physique.
  • Utilize your understanding of the endocrine system to grasp the regulation carried out by hormones.
  • Examine the structure and qualities inherent in distinct tissues throughout the human organism.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Conduct hematological tests on individuals and decipher the outcomes.
  • Capture, oversee, and chronicle the essential physiological indicators of human subjects, then deduce the implications.
  • Elucidate the structural attributes of crucial human tissues under microscopic circumstances.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Describe the roles and responsibilities of pharmacists in various National health programs.
  • Design promotional materials for public health awareness.
  • Analyze various health hazards including microbial sources.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the various national health programs.
  • Describe various sources of health hazards and disease preventive measures.
  • Discuss the healthcare issues associated with food and nutritional substances.
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Second Year

Courses for this year

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the basic concepts of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
  • Understand the application of various drugs for a given disease condition
  • Learn about dosage regimen, route of administration and contraindications for a given drug

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn about the local anesthetic, mydriatic and mitotic effects of the given drug on the rabbit eye
  • Understand the appropriate animal experiment model to study the effects of the given drugs acting on the central nervous system and submit the report
  • Understand the effects of given tissues (simulated) on isolated organs / tissues and interpret the results

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the basic concepts of hospital pharmacy administration
  • Understand the supply chain and distribution of medicines within the hospital settings
  • Identify to assist the other healthcare providers in monitoring drug therapy and address drug related problems

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand Professional handling and answering the drug information queries
  • Understand the common laboratory reports
  • Learn about adverse drug reactions using standard procedures

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Assess the subjective and objective parameters of patients in common disease conditions
  • Identify and assist other healthcare providers to analyze drug related problems and provide therapeutic interventions
  • Organize in planning the rational medicine therapy for common diseases

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand SOAP (Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan) notes for the given clinical cases of selected common diseases
  • Counsel the patients about the disease conditions, uses of drugs, life-style modifications, and monitoring parameters.
  • Understand and Organize the methods of handling and administration of drugs.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn about the establishment, legal requirements, and effective administration of a community pharmacy
  • Articulate Professional handling of prescriptions and dispensing medications
  • Categorize and Counsel patients about the disease, prescription and or non-prescription medicines

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Handle and fill prescriptions in a professional manner
  • Recognize and Counsel patients on various diseases and minor ailments
  • Counsel patients on prescription and or non-prescription medicines

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand the functions of biomolecules
  • Understand the various functions of enzymes in the human system
  • Identify the metabolic pathways of biomolecules in both physiological and pathological conditions

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Recognize biomolecules in the given biological samples
  • Identify the metabolites in the given biological samples
  • Understand the normal and abnormal constituents in blood and urine samples and interpret the results of such testing.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Learn about the history and evolution of pharmacy law in India
  • Understand the act and rules regulating the profession and practice of pharmacy in India
  • Articulate various codes of ethics related to practice standards in pharmacy

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Describe the history and evolution of pharmacy law in India.
  • Interpret the act and rules regulating the profession and practice of pharmacy in India.
  • Discuss the various codes of ethics related to practice standards in pharmacy.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Help assessing the subjective and objective parameters of patients in common disease conditions.
  • Assist other healthcare providers to analyse drug related problems and provide therapeutic interventions.
  • Participate in planning the rational medicine therapy for common diseases.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • List out normal and abnormal constituents in blood and urine samples and interpret the results of such testing.
  • Recognize biomolecules in the given biological samples.
  • Identify and differentiate the metabolites in the given biological samples.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Investigate and document the impact of the specified drug on the rabbit eye in terms of local anesthetic, mydriatic, and mitotic effects.
  • Select a suitable animal experimental model to scrutinize the influences of the provided drugs targeting the central nervous system, and present a comprehensive report.
  • Conduct assessments on isolated organs/tissues affected by the designated substances (simulated) and elucidate the outcomes.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Outline the fundamental principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
  • Compile a list of different drug classes and preferred medications for specific medical conditions.
  • Provide recommendations for dosage schedules, administration routes, and instances of drug contraindications.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Describe the establishment, legal requirements, and effective administration of a community pharmacy.
  • Professionally handle prescriptions and dispense medications.
  • Counsel patients about the disease, prescription and or non-prescription medicines.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Interpret the common laboratory reports.
  • Describe the fundamental ideas behind hospital pharmacy management.
  • Explain the organizational framework of the hospital and the hospital pharmacy.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Describe the fundamental ideas behind hospital pharmacy management.
  • Explain the organizational framework of the hospital and the hospital pharmacy.
  • Evaluate the patient's medical records and do a clinical assessment to keep control of their pharmacological treatment.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Know and learn the responsibilities of a pharmacist in a pharmacy in handling a prescription.
  • Learn the various adverse or drug-drug interactions that would possibly happen.
  • Learn how to dispense medicines.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • State the functions of biomolecules.
  • Summarize the various functions of enzymes in the human system.
  • Explain the principles of organ function tests and their clinical significance.

Course Overview

The Course of D. Pharm is structured by the PCI, a regulatory for designing the curriculum with an aim to prepare the students to acquire knowledge in all subjects of Pharmacy. The incumbent learns about the basic subjects like Human Anatomy and Physiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, Social Pharmacy, Pharmacology, Community Pharmacy & Management, Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology, Pharmacotherapeutics, Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy and Pharmacy Law & Ethics Theory and Practical’s wherever applicable, field visits and Hospital Training.

Course Outcomes

  • Understand SOAP (Subjective, Objective, Assessment and Plan) notes for the given clinical cases of selected common diseases
  • Counsel the patients about the disease conditions, uses of drugs, life-style modifications, and monitoring parameters.
  • Understand and Organize the methods of handling and administration of drugs.
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Scholarship

Apply Scholarship through CST

CST- Common scholarship test is a national and international level online MCQ based examination funded for intellectual empowerment by Assam down town University.

CST- Maximum enrolment each year is 120 seats and any 10+2 students can apply. Adtu is northeast India’s first placement driven university to provide 100% scholarship benefits worth 10 cr.

CST aims to inspire brilliant and competent students to pursue further education. Accredited with a prestigious grade by NAAC, UGC and AICTE.

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95% & above 100% Scholarship on all semester
90%-94.9% 50% Scholarship on all semester
80%-89.9% 25% Scholarship on all semester

This scholarship is valid on the basis of the board/university exam

National & International Level 100% Scholarship on all semester
State Level 50% Scholarship on all semester
District Level 25% Scholarship on all semester

This scholarship is valid on the basis of the board/university exam

National & International Level 100% Scholarship on all semester
State Level 50% Scholarship on all semester
District Level & NCC Certificate Holder 25% Scholarship on all semester

A 50% scholarship on total semester fees is provided to all specially abled students.

A 100% scholarship on the last semester fee is provided to all the alumni of Assam down town University.

A 100% scholarship on total semester fee for Economically Backward Classes

Campus Life

Our Facilities

World Class Facilities

Discover a multitude of world-class amenities and cutting-edge resources at Assam down town University, enhancing your academic journey to new heights.

Some of our Facilities
  • Library
  • Swimming Pool
  • Play Ground
  • Amphitheatre
  • Basketball Court
  • Cinema Hall
  • Cafeteria
  • Canteen
  • Indoor stadium
  • Yoga Studio
  • Gym
  • ATM

Start-Up &
Incubation Centre

The Start-Up & Incubation Centre at Assam down town University provides a supportive environment for young entrepreneurs to develop and grow their business ideas. The center provides mentorship, funding, and networking opportunities to help innovative ideas become successful businesses.

Rural Empowerment with SFURTI scheme

SFURTI scheme to support rural entrepreneurs and innovators, an initiative by the Ministry of MSME

TIDE 2.0 scheme for ICT-based startups

TIDE 2.0 scheme for ICT-based startups which provides a grant of Rs. 4L and Rs. 7L under EiR and Grant categories respectively, an initiative by the Ministry of MeitY.

dtVL Ideation interest-free loans up to Rs. 2 lakhs.

dtVL Ideation, an incubation program for early-stage entrepreneurs with a market-ready solution/product, offering interest-free loans up to Rs. 2 lakhs.

Innovation with Sprout UP program

Sprout UP, an incubation program for students, faculties, and researchers with innovative business ideas, prototypes, or technology solutions.

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