PEO's

(Programme Educational Objectives)


  • To impart patient-centric education and to train pharmacist towards handling their clinical and patient centric responsibilities. Counselling of patient on diet, life style etc.
  • To develop close industry-academia ties to generate potential knowledge pool with interpersonal and collaborative skills. To identify the problems and execute the solution in close relation with pharmaceutical industries.
  • Drug information, patient counselling and awareness and to provide information about the requirement of hospital and community pharmacy and also to develop a sense of team work and awareness among students. To promote rational use of medicine within the health-care facilities and at the community pharmacies.
  • To produce qualified pharmacist with strong fundamental concept and high technical competence in pharmaceutical science and technology, who are proficient in communicating, understanding the medical languages as it relates to pharmacology, human anatomy and physiology, dispensing medication in varying forms etc.
  • To develop middle level pharmacy, human resource for good pharmacy practice in the hospital as well as in community settings. To ethically apply their knowledge and skills of pharmacy with an understanding of realistic constrain for the overall benefit of the society.

PO's

(Programme Outcomes)


  • Assess various disease conditions, read and interpret drug prescription.
  • To prepare, package, label and dispense medications, perform non-sterile compounding.
  • Read, interpret and processing prescription.
  • Maintain inventory record, analyze, organize, improvise and manage document.
  • Create awareness in society about the effective and safe use of medicines along with their storage conditions.
  • Demonstrate use of medical aids to patients.
  • Solve problems as a part of healthcare system
  • Respect patients, healthcare providers and pharmacy co-workers.
  • Develop an aptitude for skill development and continuous learning.
  • Provide empathy to chronic/emergency/economically back ward patients and their family.
  • Apply knowledge of ethics to patient’s as well as to the society.

PSO's

(Programme Specific Outcomes )


  • Students can get them enrolled as registered Pharmacist in respective state Pharmacy Council.
  • Core team member in health care system in Hospitals.
  • Dispensing of medication & Assist Patients through Counseling to improve Compliance of therapy.

CO's

(Course Outcomes)


Year: 1st
THEORY

Pharmaceutics-I (PRY 121)

  • Describe the flow of materials in a manufacturing unit by studying the plant layout design.
  • Solve the problem through the application of fundamental principles of pharmaceutical metrology and conclude the decision.
  • Upon completion of this program the student will have fundamental knowledge in preparing conventional dosage form.
  • Explain a technical knowhow of different operations in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
  • Identify factors and equipments that lead to enhanced filtration.
  • Elucidate the importance of particle size in pharmacy and suggest methods for size reduction of solids and separation of different grades of particles.
  • Describe various processing like mixing, filtration, evaporation, sterilization distillation and all the related equipments utilize for synthesis of pharmaceutical active ingredient as well as manufacturing of finished good.
  • Handle different types of packs, materials of packaging available for liquid, powders, tablets and semisolid dosage forms.
  • Student will learn the basic knowledge of advanced drug delivery system.
  • To know very well about immunological preparations.
  • Describe different Tablet dosage form, coating and related concern for design & development of tablet dosage form
  • Develop dosage form and related concern for design of capsule dosage form.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (PRY123)

  • Knowledge and understanding about Inorganic drugs.
  • Knowledge and understanding about Radio pharmaceuticals.
  • Knowledge and understanding about quality control methods.
  • It will help in to identify storage condition and chemical incompatibility of drugs, analysis of various drugs, in preparation of various drugs.

Pharmacognosy (PRY125)

This subject has been introduced for the pharmacy course in order to make the student aware of medicinal uses of various naturally occurring drugs its history, sources, distribution, method of cultivation, active constituents, medicinal uses, identification tests, preservation methods, substitutes and adulterants

  • Understand the basic principles of cultivation, collection and storage of crude drugs;
  • Know the source, active constituents and uses of crude drugs; and
  • Appreciate the applications of primary and secondary metabolites of the plant.

Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology (PRY127)

The objective of the present course is providing biochemical facts and the principles to the students of pharmacy. Upon completion of the subject student shall be able to

  • Understand the catalytic activity of enzymes and importance of enzymes in diagnosis of diseases.
  • Know the metabolic process of biomolecules in health and illness (metabolic disorders).
  • Understand the abnormal metabolism of carbohydrates, protein and fat metabolism
  • Understand the importance of biochemistry in medical profession

Human Anatomy & Physiology (PRY 129)

  • Elementary knowledge of basic cellular structures and tissues.
  • Knowledge of basic anatomical and physiological aspects of each organ system.
  • Knowledge of important diseases and disorders of various organ systems.
  • Correlation between physiological roles of different organs eg: Heart and Lungs.

Health Education and Community Pharmacy (PRY131)

  • Know pharmaceutical care services;
  • Know the business and professional practice management skills in community pharmacies;
  • Do patient counselling & provide health screening services to public in community pharmacy;
  • Respond to minor ailments and provide appropriate medication;
  • Show empathy and sympathy to patients; and appreciate the concept of Rational drug therapy.

PRACTICAL

Pharmaceutics-I (PRY122)

  • They perform very well about orally administered drugs, injectables, semisolid and other liquid preparations.
  • They know the various steps and precautions involved in the preparation of different dosage forms.
  • They must know to prepare dosage forms including, internal as well as external preparations

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I (PRY124)

  • Knowledge about identification tests of inorganic drugs.
  • Knowledge about limit tests.
  • Knowledge about assay of various inorganic pharmaceuticals

Pharmacognosy (PRY- 126)

To understand all the students

  • Introduction of Pharmacognosy laboratory and experiments.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Datura.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Senna.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of cinnamon.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Cinchona.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Ephedra.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of cardamom.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Clove.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Fennel.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Coriander.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Isapgol.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Nux vomica
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Rauwolfia.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Liquorice.
  • Macroscopic and microscopic study of Ginger.
  • Chemical tests for Acacia, Tragacanth.
  • Chemical tests for Agar.
  • Chemical tests for Starch.
  • Chemical tests for Honey, Asafetida.
  • Chemical tests for Absorbent cotton.

Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology (PRY128)

  • Do the qualitative analysis and determination of biomolecules in the body fluids.
  • Know the biochemical principles of organ function tests of kidney, liver, urine and blood (serum) tests.
  • Estimate normal and abnormal constituents of urine.

Human Anatomy & Physiology (PRY130)

  • Learning Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and experimental ethics.
  • Anatomical knowledge of each human organ system through chart & model studies.
  • Skill and technique development in the field of diagnostic tests related blood profile, for eg: Blood group identification, estimation of Haemoglobin, etc.
  • Knowledge of handling and using instruments like Light Microscope and Sphygmomanometer.

Year: 2nd
THEORY

Pharmaceutics-II (PRY232)

  • Understand the professional way of handling the prescription.
  • Upon completion of his program the student will know the formulation aspect of different dosage forms to different Pharmaceutical calculations involved in formulation and and appreciate the importance of good formulation for effectiveness.
  • Compare and contrast the advantages/disadvantages of various drug dosage forms.
  • List and describe a variety of types of powders and granules.
  • Describe appropriate uses of pharmaceutical powders and granules.
  • Describe theoretical aspects of stabilization of emulsions and suspensions.
  • Demonstrate the basic principles and ideal characteristics of Face skin preparations, dentifrices, shampoos and other cosmetic preparations.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (PRY234)

  • Development of the Basics regarding organic chemistry.
  • Relating the basic chemistry concepts with pharmaceutical compounds in syllabus.
  • Knowledge of the structure and nomenclature of different drugs mentioned under several topics of the syllabus.
  • Knowledge about brand names and official preparations of different compounds to develop their correlation with pharmaceutical market.
  • Overall identification of important drugs.

Pharmacology & Toxicology (PRY236)

  • Understand the pharmacological action, mechanism of action, therapeutic effects and adverse effects etc. of drugs falling under the mentioned chapters in the syllabus.
  • Appreciate the importance of pharmacology subject as a basis of therapeutics.
  • Correlate and apply the knowledge therapeutically.

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence (PRY238)

Upon Completion students will:

  • Know and understand the history of pharmacy profession, scope, objective, new drug policy of pharmaceutical legislation along with principles and significance of code of pharmaceutical ethics drafted by pci.
  • Know and understand the rules and regulations framed and amendments made under pharmacy act 1948.
  • Know and understand the rules and regulations framed and amendments made under drugs and cosmetics act 1940.
  • Understand the rules and regulations framed and amendments made under medicinal and toilet preparations (excise duties) act 1955, rules 1976, drug price control order, drugs and magic remedies (objectionable advertisements) act 1954, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act, and rules there under, medical termination of pregnancy act 1970 and rules 1975 and consumer protection act.

Drug Store and Business Management(PRY239)

  • Knowledge and understanding about Different forms of business organizations,
  • Knowledge and understanding about Legal requirements to open up a retail/wholesale drug store,
  • Knowledge and understanding about Drug house management,
  • Knowledge about basic concepts of accountancy and Maintenance of records

Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy (PRY240)

Course outcome: In the changing scenario of pharmacy practice in India, for successful practice of Hospital Pharmacy, the students are required to learn various skills like drug distribution, drug dispensing, manufacturing of parenteral preparations, drug information, patient counseling, and therapeutic drug monitoring for improved patient care, Pharmacy and therapeutic committee

  • In clinical: To know the patient compliance and non compliance, Clinical pharmacy, Drug abuse, Drug dependence, Drug addiction, and aware about toxicity.
  • Information about the Bioavailability of drug and information about the Diseases.
  • Drug interaction, adverse drug reaction, Common daily terminology,

PRACTICAL

Pharmaceutics-II (PRY233)

  • Describe formulation of semisolid dosage forms such as ointments, Creams, pastes, jellies and suppositories.
  • Preparation of various conventional dosage forms.
  • They must know to prepare dosage forms including, internal as well as external preparations.
  • They must be able to know and formulate biphasic liquid dosage forms such as emulsion and suspension.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (PRY 235)

  • Learning Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) and experimental ethics.
  • Identification of important functional groups of pharmaceutical organic chemistry and knowledge of important reagents like Fehling’s, Tollen’s, Schiff’s, etc. and their chemical uses.
  • Identification of similar group containing drugs eg: Phenothiazine group containing compounds like Promethazine and Chlorpromazine.
  • Learning Synthesis of important drugs like Aspirin.
  • Understanding basic reaction mechanisms behind identification tests performed.

Pharmacology & Toxicology (PRY237)

  • Handle and carry out the animal experiments.
  • Appreciate the importance of pharmacology subject as a basis of therapeutics.
  • Understand the pharmacological action, mechanism of action, therapeutic effects and adverse effects etc.

Hospital Pharmacy and Clinical Pharmacy (PRY- 241)

  • Introduction of Hospital pharmacy.
  • Introduction of equipments of Hospital pharmacy.
  • Manufacture of parenteral formulations, powders.
  • To Preparations of Transfusion fluids.
  • Testing of raw materials.
  • To evaluation of surgical dressings.
  • Sterilization of surgical instruments like glassware, syringes and other hospital supplies.
  • Handling and use of data processing equipments.
  • The layout of outpatient and inpatient.
  • The layout and procurement of stores and testing of raw materials.

Department Information

Principal Mr. Abdul Baseer Khan
Email headpharmsjn@iul.ac.in
Contact 0584-2232324
Admissions Email admission@iul.ac.in
Admissions Call +91-6389060111

Contact Information

College of Pharmacy, Integral University,
Shajahanpur Campus, Gurri NH-24,
13th Km milestone, Sitapur Road,
Shahjahanpur(U.P.) - 242306.

0584-2232324
info@iul.ac.in