M. Pharmacy

Duration of the Course

The course of study including submission of dissertation on the topic registered shall be of 24 months (Two years) duration from the commencement of academic term.

M.Pharm. shall be annual system that includes M.Pharm. Part-I extending for 12 months the commencement of of academic term and M.Pharm. Part-II of 12 months duration. After the end of M.Pharm. Part-I, there shall be an University Examination and at the end of M.Pharm. Part-II, the candidate shall have to submit the dissertation on topic approved by the University.

Attendance and Progress

Candidate pursuing M.Pharm. Course shall study in the concerned department of the Institution for entire period as full time student. No Candidate is permitted to work in any other laboratories/colleges/industries/pharmacy etc. while studying the course. No candidate should join any other course of study or appear for any other examination conducted by this University or by any other Universities in India or Abroad.

Every student shall attend symposia, seminar, conferences, journal review meetings and lectures each year as prescribed by the department/ college/ university and should not remain absent himself or herself without valid reasons.

Candidates who have put in minimum of 80% of attendance in theory and practical assignments separately shall be permitted to appear for M.Pharm. Part-I Examination.

Candidates who are put in minimum of 80% attendance in M.Pharm. Par-II shall be eligible to submit the dissertation. Every candidate shall maintain a work diary and record of his/her participation in the training programmes conducted by the department such as journal reviews, seminars etc. The work diary shall be scrutinized and certified by the Head of the Department and Head of the institution and presented during University practical examination, if called for. Special mention may be made of the presentations by the candidate as well as details of experiments or laboratory procedures conducted by the candidate. Presentation will be assessed by faculty members and peers.