B. PHARM

The Courses are Approved by : Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi - All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi - Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore
       
  Year of Start :1992
Intake : 60
 
     
 

About the course:

The course of study of B.Pharm I, II, III and Final year will include the respective theory and practical subjects as given in the tables below. The number of hours to be devoted to each theory, tutorial and practical subjects in an academic year will not be less than that noted below.

Duration of course:

The course of B.Pharm will extend over a period of four academic years. The curriculum and syllabus for the course will be prescribed from time to time by RGUHS.

 

Eligibility to B.Pharm course :

01.
Candidates who have passed two year P.U.C examination of Karnataka P.U.C board or an equivalent examination of any other approved board or University with not less than 40% marks in any combination comprising P.C.M or P.C.B or P.C.M.B, P.C and Computer science, PC and electronics.
02.
In case of students belonging to SC/ST or Category-I, minimum percentage of marks for admission to B.Pharm course shall not be less than 35% P.U.C or its equivalent examination (PCB, PCM, PCMB), Physics, Chemistry and Computer science, or Physics, Chemistry and Electronics. 
03.
Candidates who have scored less than 40% marks in (10+2), but who have completed B. Sc degree with Chemistry as one of the compulsory subjects in combination with any two of the following subjects namely Physics or Mathematics or Microbiology or Botany or Bio-Technology or Computer sciences or Electronics securing not less than 40% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission to the first year B. Pharm course. 
04.
Candidates who have scored less than 40% marks in (10+2), but who have completed the D.Pharm course are eligible to be admitted to I B.Pharm course.
05.
Candidates who have passed the D.Pharm course with not less than 50% aggregate approved by the Pharmacy Council of India shall also be eligible to this course and shall be admitted directly to II B.Pharm course 10% over and above the sanctioned intake.


 
 
 
B. PHARM
 
Duration : 4 Years
     
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  Scheme of Study and Examination for B.PHARM Course  
 
       
 
I B.PHARM
Code
Theory Subject
No. of Papers
Duration Of Examination (Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Written Papers
Total
1.1
Human Anatomy and Physiology
01
03
30
70
100
1.2
Pharmaceutics (Dispensing and General Pharmacy)
01
03
30
70
100
1.3
Pharmacognosy - I
01
03
30
70
100
1.4
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
01
03
30
70
100
1.5
Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry
01
03
30
70
100
1.6
Mathematics
Or Biology
01
01
03
03
30
30
70
70
100
100
1.7
Computer Sciences
01
03
30
70
100
 
Code
Practicals
Duration Of examination (Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Practical
examination
Total
1.1
Human Anatomy and Physiology
04
30
70
100
1.2
Pharmaceutics (Dispensing and General Pharmacy)
04
30
70
100
1.3
Pharmacognosy - I
04
30
70
100
1.4
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
04
30
70
100
1.5
Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry
04
30
70
100
1.6
Mathematics
No Practicals
Or Biology
04
30
70
100
1.7
Computer Sciences
04
30
70
100
 
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II B.PHARM
Code
Theory Subject
No. of Papers
Duration Of Examination (Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Written Papers
Total
2.1
Physical Pharmaceutics
01
03
30
70
100
2.2
Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology
01
03
30
70
100
2.3
Pathophysiology
01
03
30
70
100
2.4
Applied Biochemistry
01
03
30
70
100
2.5
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
01
03
30
70
100
 
Code
Practicals
Duration Of examination (Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Practical
examination
Total
2.1
Physical Pharmaceutics
04
30
70
100
2.2
Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology
04
30
70
100
2.3
Pathophysiology
No Practicals
2.4
Applied Biochemistry
04
30
70
100
2.5
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry
04
30
70
100
 
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III B.PHARM
Code
Theory Subject
No. of Papers
Duration Of Examination(Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Written Papers
Total
3.1
Medicinal Chemistry - I
01
03
30
70
100
3.2
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
01
03
30
70
100
3.3
Pharmacognosy and Pathochemistry
01
03
30
70
100
3.4
Pharmaceutical Engineering
01
03
30
70
100
3.5
Pharmacology
01
03
30
70
100
 
Code
Practicals
Duration Of examination (Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Practical
examination
Total
3.1
Medicinal Chemistry - I
04
30
70
100
3.2
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
No Practicals
3.3
Pharmacognosy and Pathochemistry
04
30
70
100
3.4
Pharmaceutical Engineering
04
30
70
100
3.5
Pharmcology
04
30
70
100
 
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IV B.PHARM
Code
Theory Subject
No. of Papers
Duration Of Examination (Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Practical Exam
Total
4.1
Pharmcology and Biopharmaceutics
01
03
30
70
100
4.2
Instrumental and Biomedical Analysis
01
03
30
70
100
4.3
Pharmcology and Toxicology
01
03
30
70
100
4.4
Medicinal Chemistry
01
03
30
70
100
4.5
Industrial Pharmacognosy
01
03
30
70
100
4.6
Electives :
I)
Industrial Pharmacy -
a) Advanced Industrial Pharmacy
b) Pharmaceutical Production Management
or
Total Quality Management
or
Pharmaceutical Management and Marketing
or
Herbal Drug Technology
II)
Pharmacy Practice -
a) Pharmacokinetics and Therapeutic drug monitoring
b) Hospital and Community Pharmacy
or
Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
 
 
01
01
 
01
01
 
 

 

 
03
03
 
03
03
 
 

 

 
30
30
 
30
30
 
 

 

 
70
70
 
70
70
 
 

 

 
100
100
 
100
100
 
 

 

 
Code
Practicals
Duration Of examination (Hrs.)
Maximum marks for sessionals
Maximum Marks for Practical
examination
Total
4.1
Pharmcology and Biopharmaceutics
04
30
70
100
4.2
Instrumental and Biomedical Analysis
04
30
70
100
4.3
Pharmcology and Toxicology
04
30
70
100
4.4
Medicinal Chemistry
04
30
70
100
4.5
Industrial Pharmacognosy
04
30
70
100
4.6
Electives :
I)
Industrial Pharmacy -
a) Advanced Industrial Pharmacy
b) Pharmaceutical Production Management
or
Total Quality Management
or
Pharmaceutical Management and Marketing
or
Herbal Drug Technology
II)
Pharmacy Practice -
a) Pharmacokinetics and Therapeutic drug monitoring
b) Hospital and Community Pharmacy
or
Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics
 
No Practicals
 
 
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