D. Pharm.

The D. Pharmacy Course is recognized by Pharmacy Council of India and approved by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi and Government of Karnataka.

Intake : 60

Duration of course : 2 Years

Part1
Subject No. of hours of theory No. of hours of Practical.
Pharmaceutics-I 75 100
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I 75 75
Pharmacognosy 75 75
Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology 50 75
Human Anatomy and Physiology 75 50
Health Education and Community Pharmacy 50 -

PartII
Subject No. of hours of theory No. of hours of Practical.
Pharmaceutics-II 75 100
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II 100 75
Pharmacology and Toxicology 75 50
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 50 -
Drug Store and Business Management 75 -
Hospital and clinical pharmacy 75 50
Health Education and Community Pharmacy 50 -

Examination : There shall be three sessional examinations conducted for both theory and practicals by the school for 20 Marks during each academic year. The average marks of best two examinations for theory and practicals shall be computed separately. Board of Examining Authoirty shall conduct Final Examination for theory and practicals for 80 Marks.

Part I
Subject Sessoinal Maximum marks Maximum Marks for Written Papers Total Sessoinal Maximum marks Maximum Marks for Practical Papers Total
Pharmaceutics-I 20 80 100 20 80 100
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I 20 80 100 20 80 100
Pharmacognosy 20 80 100 20 80 100
Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology 20 80 100 20 80 100
Human Anatomy and Physiology 20 80 100 - 80 100
Health Education and Community 20 80 100 - - -
Pharmacy - - - - - -

Part II
Subject Sessoinal Maximum marks Maximum Marks for Written Papers Total Sessoinal Maximum marks Maximum Marks for Practical Papers Total
Pharmaceutics-II 20 80 100 20 80 100
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II 20 80 100 20 80 100
Pharmacology and Toxicology 20 80 100 20 80 100
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 20 80 100 - - -
Drug Store & Business Management 20 80 100 - - -
Hospital and clinical pharmacy 20 80 100 20 80 100

Practical Training : After passing Second Year D. Pharm. Examination the student shall undergo compulsory practical training of 500 Hours over a period of 3 months at approved Hospital / Pharmacy.

Results : Student shall secure a minimum of 40% marks to pass, minimum of 50% marks for second class, minimum of 60% marks for first class, and minimum of 75% marks for distinction.

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