Pharmacy is intimately linked with Health care and thus has a direct bearing on human welfare. The institute trains women for Graduation and Post Graduation in Pharmacy. These courses provide career opportunities in manufacturing and quality assurance of drugs in Pharmaceutical industries; Pharmacy education and research; hospital, clinical and community Pharmacy services; Pharmacy legislation and Pharmaceutical marketing.

Bachelor's Programme in Pharmacy
Programme Name Duration No. of Seats
B. Pharmacy 4 Years 40 Regular
Eligibility :

A Pass certificate in the Intermediate Examination/Higher Secondary Certificate (Multipurpose). Pre-University science course with Bi.P.C. M.P.C. and qualification in EAMCET Examination. Selection and allotment of seats will be made by the competent authority on the basis of EAMCET ranking in the ratio of 20:20 for M.P.C., Bi.P.C. Students Four students with D.Pharm qualification and based on ECET- 11 rank will be directly admitted to II B.Pharmacy.

Programme Content :

General and Dispending Pharmacy; Pharmaceutical Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry; Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-I; Pharmaceutical Microbiology; Computer Applications; Remedial Mathematics / Biology; Environmental Sciences; Pharmaceutical Engineering; Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-II; Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Natural products); Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence; Cosmetic Technology and Semisolid dosage forms; Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology; Human Physiology; Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics; Physical Pharmaceutics; Medicinal Chemistry-I; Pharmacognosy; Pharmaceutical Biotechnology; Pharmaceutical Analysis (Instrumental); Pharmacology-I; Pharmaceutical Technology (Dosage form design); Herbal Drug Technology and Standardization of Herbal products; Medicinal Chemistry-II; Pharmacology-II; Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy; Quality assurance and regulatory affairs; Pharmaceutical Administration.

Master's Programme in Pharmacy
Programme Name Duration No. of Seats
M. Pharmacy, Self Finance 2 years (4 Semesters) Pharmaceutical Chemistry-10
Pharmacology-06
Pharmaceutics-10
Eligibility :

B.Pharmacy Degree with a minimum of 50% marks on the Aggregate. The Admission is based on a valid GPAT Score/PGECET.

Programme Content :
  • Choice based credit system
  • Each semester has four courses, two core courses and two electives.
  • Student shall be permitted to choose two practical courses per semester.
No of Seats in each Specialisations :
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry-15
  • Pharmacology-15
  • Pharmaceutics-15
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis – 15
  • Pharmacognosy - 6
2 (Two) EWS seats are allotted in each specialisation A) PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY

Core Subjects : Chemistry of Natural products; Advanced Organic Chemistry; Advanced Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Medicinal Chemistry (Drug Design); Project work & Dissertation.

B) PHARMACOLOGY

Core Subjects : Advanced Pharmacology-I, Pharmacokinetics & Drug,Metabolism, Pharmacological Screening Methods, Clinical pharmacology,Project work & Dissertation.

C) PHARMACEUTICS

Core Subjects : Industrial Pharmacy-I; Applied Bio Pharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics, Advanced Physical Pharmaceutics, Advanced Drug Delivery Systems-II, Project work & Dissertation.

D) PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS

Core Subjects : Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques, Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmaceutical Validation, Food Analysis, Modern Bio Analytical Techniques, Quality Control & Quality Assurance Project work & Dissertation.

E) PHARMACOGNOSY

Core Subjects : Advanced Pharmacognosy -I, Phyto Chemistry, Industrial Pharmacognostical Technology, Indian Systems of Medicine, Medicinal Plant Biotechnology, Project work & Dissertation.

Electives :

Modern Research Techniques; Advanced Medicinal Chemistry; Advanced Drug Delivery Systems-I; Modern Analytical Techniques and Biostatistics; Molecular and Biochemical basis of Drug Discovery; Applied Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics; Nutraceuticals and Free Radicals in Drug Research; Advanced Pharmacology-I; Industrial Pharmacy-I; Pharmacokinetics & Drug Metabolism; Quality assurance and drug regulatory affairs; Advanced Pharmacology-II; Clinical Research; Industrial Pharmacy-II; Drug Regulatory Affairs; Advanced Physical Pharmaceutics; Advanced Drug Delivery Systems-II; Pharmacological Screening Methods.