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M Pharmacy ( Pharmacology ) Course

Pharmacology is a major subject in drug discovery. It deals with the research, discovery, and characterization of chemicals which show biological effects and the elucidation of cellular and organismal function in relation to these chemicals. Area of research involves Oncology, fertility, infertility, anti-fertility, diabetes, Obesity and cell line based molecular research, CNS disorders including stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, drug abuse, and cardiovascular complications. Efforts are being made to develop animal models of mentioned disorders and NCEs including synthetic, semi-synthetic and herbals are evaluated for efficacy. Further investigations are done on safety and toxicity parameters.

Programme Focus

Master in Pharmacology is of four semester regular course. Major subjects involves: Research Methodology & Pharmacological Screening, Modern Analytical Techniques, General Principles of Pharmacology & Pharmacokinetic, Pharmacology of ANS, CNS,CVS, Endocrine &haemopoietic System, Modern Pharmacology of Autocoids, GIT, Respiratory system & Chemotherapy, Pharmacological Screening & Bioassay, Pharmacology of Drugs for Special Population, Dermal & Ocular System, Drug Interactions, Toxicology & Immunology, Molecular Pharmacology, Drug Regulatory Affairs, Intellectual Property Rights & Bioethics, Pharmaceutical Biostatistics & Computer Applications. Students will be trained in handling of various equipments and developing of screening animal models

All those candidates who have passed regular B. Pharmacy with an aggregate score of atleast 55% (50% for the reserved category candidates) and with valid GPAT Score shall be eligible to apply for Master's program in Pharmacy (M. Pharmacy) course. In case candidates with valid GPAT Score are not available, the seats shall be filled on the basis of inter-se-merit.




M-Pharmacy (Pharmacology)

2 years