Pharmacists are the multi services health care provider all over the globe. It is a well recognized fact that the course of Pharmaceutics focuses on the study of the core area of manufacturing technology of finished pharmaceuticals product like- oral dosages forms, sterile products means parenteral & ophthalmic products, external uses items like - medicated creams, ointments, lotions, including cosmetics. Keeping all theabove in mind and the role played by manufacturing pharmacists in Pharmaceutical Production Houses and R & D, the curriculums are designed accordingly. The course trains students in the above mentioned aspects and makes them ready to take on various roles in the Pharmaceutical industry from production of basic drugs to complete dosages form (finished product) for the sufferer mankind. Possessing the knowledge of manufacturing medicines, pharmacy post graduates may perform tasks such as formulation & development of perfect and quality dosages for the global citizen, along with design and development of site specific targeted formulations for complicated treatment.
One can work in pharmaceutical production houses, pharmacy consultancy, and pharmaceutical marketing research companies, including patent and clinical trials, drug regulatory affairs and Pharmaclovigilance, alongside R& D, after awarding M.Pharm in Pharmaceutics.
In general, M. Pharm is a two-year post-graduate course which has been designed to focus on the field of pharmaceutical sciences. Under this program, the students get in-depth knowledge on how to prepare medicines, performing QC, QA and R& D etc. One of the prime concerns under pharmaceutics is that it deals with dosage form designing, manufacturing of quality dosages form.
M Pharm admission is based on entrance exams like - GPAT & PGET for our MAKAUT.
Duration of course:
Master of Pharmacy (M Pharm) is a postgraduate degree of 2 years duration.
Award of degree: Degree
Award of degree: Degree is awarded during the convocation of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology to the successful candidates in the particular academic session.
Qualified GPAT / PGET Examination.
55% in B.Pharm from PCI recognized college /university and 50 % for SC/ST.