B.Pharm is developed to address all the demands of the profession of pharmacy. The four-year B.Pharm course targets needs of industry and health care which gives more impetus for skill development. Thus, B.Pharm graduates can don the roles like Industrial pharmacist (Manufacturing, Packaging, Quality Control and Quality Assurance), Hospital and Community Pharmacist (Dispensing of Medicines and Counselling of patients), Sales and Distribution executive (Detailing to doctors and bulk distribution of medicines), Academic Pharmacist (training diploma in pharmacy students). With higher qualification, MPharm, a person could secure jobs in Pharmaceutical industry in several niche areas, including research, regulatory affairs, new formulation development, marketing and administration.


The professional curriculum of Pharm D is structured around an integrated approach to drug therapy management. The Pharm.D program emphasizes an integrated and problem-based approach to disease management as the core of the instructive and laboratory program of study. The capstone of the Pharm.D. program is a series of seven, six-week rotations known as the clerkship and internship in hospital supervised by physicians and faculty members.


M.Pharm, program is devised to equip the students to face the challenges in the specialized areas of pharmacy profession. M.Pharmacy program has been offered in four disciplines

  1. Pharmacognosy

Pharmacognosy is study of medicines derived from natural sources. The course deals with drugs of natural sources viz. herbal drugs, their cultivation methods, bio-technological methods, production of pharmaceutical herbal products and their evaluation. The students will develop adequate skill to extract, purify, identify, and know the therapeutic value of herbal/crude/natural products.

  1. Pharmaceutics

Pharmaceutics is the branch of Pharma studies that deals with manufacturing of bulk drugs and the other is formulations related.  The course helps students to become an expert in formulation development, Advanced Formulation Technology, Pharmacokinetic Evaluations, various aspects of Industrial Manufacturing and also important aspects of Molecular Pharmaceutics & Biotechnology.

  1. Pharmaceutical Analysis  

Pharm. Pharmaceutical Analysis course  gives necessary orientation and practical training in handling the various quality control and quality assurance techniques related to Medicines and Cosmetics and their Ingredients, Instrumentation and handling of analytical instruments. The course helps students to gain expertise in qualitative and quantitative analysis of various drug substances.

  1. Pharmacology

Pharm. Pharmacology helps the student gain knowledge and scientific information regarding pharmacology of drugs, practical aspects of pharmacological screening for various medicinal agents using the animal model, pharmacological calculations, biological standardization, and in-vivo drug interactions and toxicity studies.