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Ph D Course Structure

(Those who are admitted on the basis of M Pharm degree, from 2012-13 onwards)


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First year: Total credits: 16 (08 in July and 08 in January semester)


July (autumn) Semester

S No
Subjects
Credits
1
 Compulsory Subject


PH-7101 Advanced Chemical and Bioanalytical  Techniques 04
2
 Elective Subject (Any one)
04

PH-7102 Advanced Pharmaceutics

PH-7103 Advanced Pharmaceutical Chemistry

PH-7104 Advanced Pharmacology

PH-7105 Advanced Pharmacognosy

Total Credits of Semester I 
08

January (spring) Semester

S No
Subjects
Credits
1
 Compulsory Subject


PH-7201 Advanced Spectral Techniques 04
2
 Elective Subject (Any one)
04

PH-7202 Research Methodology

PH-7203 Drug Regulatory Affairs

Total Credits of Semester II 
08


Second year onwards: 08 credits in each semester

 

S No
Subjects
Credits
1
PH-7199 - Thesis  (Autumn/Odd Semester) 04
2
PH-7299 - Thesis   (Spring/Even Semester 04

Total Credits per Semester 
08


 


 

Ph D Course Structure

(For those who are admitted through M Pharm Qualification, up to 2011-12)

 
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Semester - I

S.No.

Subjects

Credits

1

Compulsory Subject:-

PH-7101: Analytical Tools in Pharmaceutical Research

 

2

2

Elective Subject [One subject]:-

[ PH-7111: Pharmaceutics;         PH-7116: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

  PH-7121: Pharmacology;          PH-7126: Pharmacognosy]

2

 

                                                                                                        Semester I Total

4

 

Semester - II

S.No.

Subjects

Credits

1

PH-7211: Mini Project (Pharmaceutics) /

PH-7216: Mini Project (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) /

PH-7221: Mini Project (Pharmacology) /

PH-7226: Mini Project (Pharmacognosy)

2

2

PH-7311: Seminar (Pharmaceutics) /

PH-7316: Seminar (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) /

PH-7321: Seminar (Pharmacology) /

PH-7326: Seminar (Pharmacognosy)

2

 

                                                                                                       Semester II Total

4

 




Ph D Course Structure

(For those who are admitted through B Pharm Qualification, up to 2011-12)


Semester - I

S.No.

Subjects

Credits

1

Compulsory Subject:-

PH-7101: Analytical Tools in Pharmaceutical Research

 

2

2

Elective Subjects [Two subjects]:

Elective – I (One subject):-

   [PH-7111: Pharmaceutics;      PH-7116: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

    PH-7121: Pharmacology;       PH-7126: Pharmacognosy]

Elective – II (One subject):-

   PH-5112: Pharmaceutics - II (Pharmacokinetics)

   PH-5121: Pharmaceutical Chemistry–I (Chemistry of Natural Products)

   PH-5131: Pharmacology - I (General Pharmacology)

   PH-5141: Pharmacognosy - I (Evaluation of Drugs)

 

2

 

 

 

 

3

 

3

PH-7312: Seminar (Pharmaceutics) /

PH-7317: Seminar (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) /

PH-7322: Seminar (Pharmacology) /

PH-7327: Seminar (Pharmacognosy)

2

 

                                                                                                         Semester I Total

9

 

Semester - II

S.No.

Subjects

Credits

1

Elective Subjects [One Subject]:

   PH-5212: Pharmaceutics–IV (Advanced Drug Delivery Systems)

   PH-5222: Pharmaceutical Chemistry  – IV (Drug Design)

   PH-5232: Pharmacology – IV (Evaluation of Drug Activities & Pharmacometrics)

   PH-5242: Pharmacognosy – IV (Advances in Pharmacognosy)

3

 

2

PH-7211: Mini Project (Pharmaceutics) /

PH-7216: Mini Project (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) /

PH-7221: Mini Project (Pharmacology) /

PH-7226: Mini Project (Pharmacognosy)

2

3

PH-7313: Seminar (Pharmaceutics) /

PH-7318: Seminar (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) /

PH-7323: Seminar (Pharmacology) /

PH-7328: Seminar (Pharmacognosy)

2

 

                                                                                                       Semester II Total

7

                        NOTE:   (i) Seminar: To be decided by the R.P.C.

                                     (ii) Mini Project: To be decided by the R.P.C.


 
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