It is the backbone of Pharmaceutical Sciences. The course provides an in-depth knowledge about the screening of drugs, drug action at molecular level, adverse effects, dosage etc. Experiments on laboratory animals help to understand the nuances better. A state of the art Animal House cum breeding centre supports the needs of the Department (registered with CPCSEA). The overarching theme of research in the department is to discover the fundamental mechanisms related to drug actions and thus to strengthen research potentials. The major research areas of department includes psychopharmacology and screening of novel drug sources, screening folklore plants & flora of Uttarakhand to name a few.
|Admission Fee#||INR 5,000/-||–||–||–|
|Acad/Tuition Fee||INR 27,500/-||INR 27,500/-||INR 27,500/-||INR 27,500/-|
|Other Fees||INR 6,900/-||INR 6,900/-||INR 6,900/-||INR 6,900/-|
|Development Fee||INR 1,500/-||INR 1,500/-||INR 1,500/-||INR 1,500/-|
|Enrollment Fees||INR 2,000/-||–||–||–|
|University Exam Fee||INR 4,000/-||INR 4,000/-||INR 4,000/-||INR 4,000/-|
|Security Deposit*||INR 5,000/-||–||–||–|
|Total (INR)||INR 51,900/-||INR 39,900/-||INR 39,900/-||INR 39,900/-|
B.Pharm. from AICTE/PCI approved College/ Institute with minimum 55% marks in aggregate and preferably with GPAT score for all M.Pharm Courses.
Ans. GPAT rank is not compulsory to do M.Pharm. Without GPAT rank also you can join M.Pharm but you won’t get stipend/scholarship.
Ans. Yes, Such candidates are entitled for PG Scholarship from AICTE.