This is a 3 year integrated program spread over 9 trimesters, leading to Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm.- Quality Assurance) and Masters in Business Administration MBA (Pharma Tech & Healthcare Management). The candidate will get a postgraduate degree in management with the expertise and technical knowledge of research in pharmacy. This also saves one academic year. This program is conducted by well-experienced senior faculty in addition to visiting professors/ industry experts.
In the first year of this program, students learn 8 technical subjects and 12 Management subjects. The technical subjects cover the areas of Drug Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurances, Approaches to Analytical Method Development, Quality Management, Modern Approaches in Pharmaceutical Analysis, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics, Quality Assurance, Product Development and Validation ,Product Development and Validation and Drug Evaluation Techniques. The management subjects cover the areas of Business Communication, Management of Technology & Innovation, Business Economics, Principles and Practice of Management, Marketing Management, Operations Research, Organizational Behaviour, Pharmaceutical Marketing, Mgmt of Mergers & Acquisition, Statistical Methods, Project Management and Cost Accounting. In the first two trimesters of second year students take up a project on technical subject. Third trimester of second year covers 8 subjects. First two trimesters of third year comprises of 10 subject and electives as mentioned in the curriculum. Third trimester of third year the students take up a project on management subject.
In the first year of this program, students learn 8 technical subjects and 12 management subjects. The technical subjects cover the areas of Drug Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurances, Advances in Pharmaceutical Technology, Dosage Form Technology, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics, Industrial Pharmacy and Packaging. The management subjects cover the areas of Business Communication, Management of Technology & Innovation, Business Economics, Principles and Practice of Management, Marketing Management, Operations Research, Organizational Behaviour, Pharmaceutical Marketing, Statistical Methods, Project Management and Cost Accounting.
This is the first time that academicians have framed the syllabus looking into the current industrial needs, thus saving the academic hours for the technical skills required to be delivered in professional life. The course involves a balanced integration in pharmacy research & management education.
The course shall be a three years dual degree program
A student is expected to attend all classes. However, a student must put in 80% of total attendance for each subject, in the absence of which he/she will not be eligible to write the exam for that subject/ submit the dissertation as the case may be. A student is required to monitor his/ her own attendance and no separate notice will be displayed.
In case of genuine medical/ professional/ other reasons resulting in shortage of attendance, the student is encouraged to attend classes the following year as per the rules of re-registration and re-examination of the University. Absence beyond 20% will not be condoned for any reason whatsoever.
Board Of Studies For Pharmaceutics And Quality Assurance
Board Of Studies For Pharmaceutical Technology Management
The Pharmaceutics department is actively engaged in following research activities:
The course is predominantly based on presentations and interactions with a strong focus on the research components of pharmacy. This pedagogy enables students to take decisions based on their strong academic, practical and industrial background in the pharma sector. The course is reviewed regularly in consultation with our Board of Studies, which comprises people from pharma industry, research, FDA and pharma institutes from all over India. Thus the course is tailor made to fulfill the requirements of pharma scientists of the growing pharma industries worldwide.
1. Major Project Work (Semester III & IV)
2. Minor Project Work (Semester III & IV)