M.Pharm (Pharmacology)


The Pharmaceutics laboratory is well equipped with instruments for the evaluation of various dosage forms to widen the knowledge based on drug design, development and evaluation of drugs in combination with an appropriate dosage form and we work on major area such as nanoparticulate drug targeting approaches and dissolution testing of drugs and formulations.

M Pharm in Pharmaceutics is the science of the formulation and production of various medications. The program gives information on the numerous advancements in medication, the pharmacy industry and drug delivery operations that have occurred. It is concerned with the pharmaceutical production process. Students will understand how pharmaceuticals are developed and manufactured in businesses. It entails the use of cutting-edge techniques in drug manufacture, drug delivery systems, product creation, and advanced analytical procedures.


Level Post Graduate
Course Duration & Exam 2 years / Semester Wise Exam
Eligibility The M.Pharm course eligibility is passing the B.Pharm degree with a minimum of 50% marks from a recognized institute.
Higher Studies
  • M.Phil. 
  • PGDM
  • MBA
  • PhD


List of Core Courses

  • Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques.
  • Drug Delivery System.
  • Modern Pharmaceutics.
  • Regulatory Affair.
  • Molecular Pharmaceutics (Nano Tech and Targeted DDS)
  • Advanced Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics.
  • Cosmetic and Cosmeceuticals.
  • Computer Aided Drug Delivery System.
  • Banking Theory
  • Principles of Auditing
  • Corporate Accountings
  • E-Commerce Technology
  • Software Development in Visual Basic
  • Internet and Web Designing
  • Management Information System
  • Internet and web designing

Job Opportunity

  • Analytical Chemist 
  • Food and Drug Inspector 
  • Hospital Drug Coordinator 
  • Drug Therapist
  • Health Inspector 
  • Pharmacist
  • Research Officer
  • Educational Institutes 
  • Research
  • Private and public industries
  • Hospitals
  • Clinics 

M.Pharm (Pharmacology)