St.GEORGE COLLEGE
OMBR Layout, Banaswadi, Bangalore - 560 043. INDIA
Affiliated to Bangalore North University, RGUHS & Approved by AICTE & INC
(Recognized by the Government of Karnataka)
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Diploma in Pharmacy(D.Pharm)

Eligibility :

A pass in any of the following exam with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/Mathematics
1. PUC / 10+2 / PDC / Intermediate/ Higher Sec.exam in Science
2. Vocational course with Physics, Chemistry & Biology / Mathematics conducted by Government of Kerala only.

Duration :

2 years plus practical training of 500 hours spread over a period of not less than 3 months in Govt. Hospital/Pharmacy, Recognized by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi.

Attendance :

A minimum of 75% in both theory and practical (regular) Class is essential to get eligibility for sessional as well as annual exam.

Examination :

Sessional Exam There will be three periodic sessional exams in theory & practical During academic year in college for max.marks of 20 and average Of best two marks will be considered for qualifying annual exam. Board Exam Exam will be conducted twice every year by Board of Examination Authority, Drugs Control Dept. , Bangalore . The first exam in a year Will be the annual exam (in May/June) and second is the Supplementary exam (Nov/Dec)

Hospital Training :

After having appeared in the final exam of IInd year the candidate must undergo 500 hours of practical training in Govt. Hospital/Dispensary/Pharmacy recognized by PCI, New Delhi.

Syllabus Description

Subjects of study along with a description for Year 1 is given below

Description
◊ Introduction to different dosage forms
◊ Metrology
◊ Packaging of pharmaceuticals
◊ Size separation by sifting
◊ Clarification and filtration
◊ Acids, Bases, and Buffers
◊ Antioxidants
◊ Gastrointestinal agents
◊ Topical Agents
◊ Dental Products
◊ Defination, history, and scope of Pharmacognosy
◊ Pharmaceutical aids
◊ Various systems of classification of drugs
◊ Adulteration and drug evaluation
◊ Introduction to Biochemistry
◊ Carbohydrates
◊ Lipids
◊ Vitamins
◊ Enzymes
◊ Therapeutics
◊ Scope of Anatomy and physiology
◊ Elementary Tissues
◊ Skeletal Systems
◊ Vitamins
◊ Cardiovascular System
◊ Respiratory System
◊ Muscular
◊ Concept of Health
◊ Nutrition and Health
◊ First aid
◊ Environment and Health
◊ Fundamental principal of Microbiology
◊ Communicable Diseases

Subjects of study along with a description for Year 2 is given below

Description
◊ Reading and understanding prescriptions
◊ Study of various types of incompatibilities
◊ Posology
◊ Dispensed Medications
◊ Types of Powders
◊ Lipids and Dosage forms
◊ Scope of Anatomy and physiology
◊ Elementary Tissues
◊ Skeletal Systems
◊ Vitamins
◊ Cardiovascular System
◊ Respiratory System
◊ Muscular System
◊ Introduction of nomenclature of organic chemical
◊ Antiseptics and disinfectants
◊ Antileprotic Drugs
◊ Antibiotics
◊ Cardiovascular System
◊ Hypnotics
◊ Introduction to pharmacology
◊ Scope of pharmacology
◊ Drugs: their advantages and disadvantages
◊ General mechanism of drug action
◊ Drugs acting on the central nervous system
◊ Origin and nature of pharmaceutical legislation
◊ Principles an d significance of professional ethics
◊ Pharmacy Act,1948
◊ The Drugs and Cosmetics Act,1940
◊ The Drugs and Magic Remedies Act,1954
◊ Introduction
◊ Drug house management
◊ Sales
◊ Recruitment, Training
◊ Banking and Finance
◊ Introduction to accounting
◊ Definition, function, and classification of Hospitals
◊ Hospital pharmacy
◊ The drug distribution system in the hospital
◊ Manufacturing
◊ Drug information Service
◊ Introduction to Clinical Pharmacy
◊ Modern dispending aspects

Subjects
Year 1 Year 2
◊ Pharmaceutics 1 ◊ Pharmaceutics 2
◊ Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1 ◊ Pharmaceutical chemistry 2
◊ Pharmacognosy ◊ Pharmaceutical jurisprudence
◊ Pharmacology and Toxicology ◊ Drug store business management
◊ Biochemistry clinical pathology ◊ Hospital clinical pharmacy 38
◊ Human anatomy physiology
◊ Health education community pharmacy

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