Master in Pharmacy

(M.Pharma) A post graduate course run by AACP and is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The requirement for admission is a B.Pharm from any recognised university of India with a minimun of 55% marks (aggregate of 4 years).

For SC/ST Category-I candidates, the prescribed percentage of marks will be 50% of the maximun marks in the qualifying examinations.

Further, Pharmacy teachers having recognised B.Pharma qualification and with minium of 5 years of teaching experience in an institution approved ay AICTE and PCI will be eligible provided they have scored not less than 50% of the maxinum marks (Aggreate of 4 years).

The Course comprises of 2 parts:

Part I- 3 Specialized and 1 common subject.
Part II- Dissertation work


A choice of 5 disciplines are available at present, the areas are as follows:-

1)  Pharmaceutics
2)  Pharmacology
3)  Pharmachemistry
4)  Quality Assurance
5)  Pharmaceutical Technology

M.PHARMA PART - I EXAMINATION
SCHEME OF EXAMINATION (ALL BRANCHES)
THEORY
Subjects
No. of Papers
Duration of Papers
(Hours)
Sessional
Maximum Marks
Maximum Marks for Written Paper
Total
Paper-I
1
3
50
100
150
Paper-II
1
3
50
100
150
Paper-III
1
3
50
100
150
Paper-IV
1
3
50
100
150
(Modern
Pharma
Analysis or
Pharmacology and
Therapeutics)
         

PRACTICALS
Subjects
Duration of Practical (Hours)
Sessional
Maximum Marks
Maximum for Laboratory Presentation / Workshop Presentation
Total
Paper-I
6
50
100
150
Paper-II
6
50
100
150
Paper-III
6
50
100
150
Paper-IV
6
50
100
150
(Modern
Pharma
Analysis or
Pharmacology and
Therapeutics)
       

II M.Pharma : Dissertation : 150 marks
                         Viva Voce    :    50 marks     
                            Total           : 200 marks