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F. Y. B. Pharm Sem I
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry COBP104.1T Explain the effects of impurities in pharmaceuticals.
COBP104.2T Describe the principles and methods of limit tests to control common impurities in pharmaceutical substances.
COBP104.3T Explain different pharmaceutical buffers, their preparations, uses in pharmaceutical system, measurement of tonicity.
COBP104.4T To understand the medicinal and pharmaceutical importance of inorganic compounds
COBP104.5T Appreciate the importance of inorganic pharmaceuticals in preventing and curing the disease.
COBP110.6P Adjudge the level of specific impurities in the given inorganic compounds by performing different limit tests.
COBP110.7P Use different chemical methods to prepare inorganic pharmaceuticals.
COBP110.8P To Perform identification tests as per Indian Pharmacopoeia.
Pharmaceutics I COBP103.1 T Explain the evolution, scope and ethics of profession of pharmacy to prepare the safe and appropriate medication to improve health
COBP103.2 T Describe the handling of prescription in a professional manner, drug interactions, adverse effects associated with active pharmaceutical ingredient and excipients
COBP103.3 T Formulation,dispensing and evaluation of various dosage forms such as powders, liquid and semi-solid dosage forms for the benefit of society.
COBP103.4 T Identify & suggest correction method for any possible pharmaceutical incompatibility in a formulation/prescription
COBP103.5 T Elaborate the different pharmaceutical calculations involved in formulation.
COBP109.6 P Explain the basic principles and calculations involved in the conduct of experiments to prepare different dosage forms.
COBP109.7 P Select an appropriate container and storage conditions for a product along with the labeling of pharmaceuticals.
Human Anatomy and Physiology I COBP101.1 T Understand the basic concepts and terminologies used in human anatomy and physiology.
COBP101.2 T Explain the gross morphology, structure and functions of various organs of the human body.
COBP101.3 T Describe the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances.
COBP101.4 T Identify the various tissues and organs of different systems of human body.
COBP101.5 T Appreciate coordinated working pattern of different organs of each system.
COBP107.1 P Perform the varoius experiments related to haematological test like blood cell count,haemoglobin estimation, bleeding/clotting time etc
COBP107.2 P Identify axial and appendicular bones of human skeleton.
Pharmaceutical Analysis I COBP102.1 T Explain the basic concepts and principle of various types of titrations as acid base, non-aqueous, precipitation, complexometric,redox etc.
COBP102.2 T Apply the concept of titrimetry in analysing some pharmaceutically important compound.
COBP102.3 T Illustrate various methods of expressing concentration and types of standards used in volumetric analysis.
COBP102.4 T Predict the sources of errors commonly encounterd during drug analysis and identify the methods to minimize them.
COBP102.5 T Describe in detail other analytical methods as electrochemical, Gravimetry and Refractometry including their applications.
COBP108.6 P Perform the assay of compounds using different titration methods along with preparation and standardization of titrant.
COBP108.7 P Employ the electroanalytical methods to find out end point of titration and using it determine the normality of solution.
Remedial Biology COBP106RB.1 T Know the classification and salient features of five kingdoms of life.
COBP106RB.2 T Understand the basic components of cell biology , anatomy and physiology of plant.
COBP106RB.3 T Corelate the basic components of anatomy and physiology of animal with special reference to human.
COBP112RB.1 P Apply the basic techniques to experiments in biology like mounting and staining ,section cutting,slide preparation etc.
COBP112RB.2 P Describe the various methods for study of root,leaf,seed,flower and their modification, study of frog using computer models etc.
Communication Skills COBP105.1 T Discuss Importance of communication and communication Process
COBP105.2 T Illustrate various kind of communications with examples
COBP105.3 T Understand Basic Listening Skills and Effective Written Communication
COBP105.4 T Evaluate interview Skills, Planning and Delivering of Presentation and various techniques involved in delivery of presentation
COBP105.5 P Develop Do’s and Dont’s of group discussion, interview skill, effective written and verbal communication
F. Y. B. Pharm Sem II
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Human Anatomy and Physiology II COBP201.1 T Understand the homeostatic mechanisms and altered physiology of nervous and digestive system.
COBP201.2 T Explain the homeostatic mechanisms and altered physiology of respiratory and urinary system.
COBP201.3 T Describe the homeostatic mechanisms and altered physiology of endocrine and reproductive system.
COBP201.4 T Appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning of human body.
COBP201.5 T Apply the basic knowledge gained by this course to understand the other diciplines of pharmacy with the help of models,charts,specimens.
COBP207.1 P Demonstrate the visual ,reflex activity and general neurological examinations.
COBP207.2 P Determine the tidal volume,vital capacity and the study of various family planning methods.
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I COBP202.1T To be able to give the structure, name and the type of isomerism of the organic compound
COBP202.2T Explain the reaction, name the reaction and orientation of reactions
COBP202.3T Explain basic functional groups & IUPAC Nomenclature of Organic Compounds
COBP202.4T Explain the reactivity/stability of compounds
COBP202.5T Explain different reaction intermediates and their applications in reaction mechanism.
COBP208.6P Identify/confirm the unknown organic compound.
COBP208.7P To perform common laboratory techniques including Melting Point,Boiling Point,distillation, recrystallization, filtration etc,and understand the use of stereo models.
COBP208.8P Basic knowledge regarding general methods of preparation of organic compounds.
Biochemistry COBP203.1T Recall the chemistry and biological importance of biological macromolecules.
COBP203.2T Make use of metabolism of carbohydrate, lipid, protein and their role in human body.
COBP203.3T Simplify the enzyme structure, their function, mechanism for enzymatic activity and application of enzyme.
COBP203.4T Explain the genetic organization of mammalian genome and functions of DNA in synthesis of RNA and Proteins.
COBP209.5P Explain the knowledge in quantitative and qualitative estimation of the biological macromolecules.
COBP209.6P Identify and characterize carbohydrates, proteins by qualitative analysis.
COBP209.7P Analyze blood creatinine, sugar, total cholesterol and action of salivary amylase.
COBP209.8P Determine the interpretation of data emanating from a clinical test lab.
Pathophysiology COBP204.1T Elaborate pathophysiology of major organ systems, some and few diseases and disorder
COBP204.2T Relate the knowledge of human anatomy and physiology to understand the pathophysiology
COBP204.3T Analyse the pathophysiological condition of patient to derive some conclusion
COBP204.4T Explain the mechanism the body uses to react to stressors and pathogens.
COBP204.5T Describe the influence of genetics and genomics on disease.
Computer applications in pharmacy COBP205.1 T Apply the knowledge of mathematics and computing fundamentals to pharmaceutical applications for any given requirement.
COBP205.2 T Develop solutions to analyze pharmaceutical problems using computers.
COBP205.3 T Apply efficiently the contemporary IT tools to all Pharmaceutical related activities.
COBP205.4 T Understand bioinformatics and their impact in vaccine discovery.
COBP205.5 T Identify the role of computers for data analysis in the field of preclinical development.
COBP210.6 P Analyse the different types of databases and how to create data bases using MS Access, SQL
COBP210.7 P Retrieve the information of a drug and its adverse effects using online tools.
EVS COBP206.1T Create the awareness about environmental problems
COBP206.2T Impart basic knowledge about the environment and its allied problems
COBP206.3T Develop an attitude of concern for the environment
COBP206.4T Motivate learner to participate in environment protection and environment improvement
COBP206.5T Acquire Skills in identifying and solving environmental problems
COBP206.6T Attain harmony with Nature
S. Y. B. Pharm Sem III
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Physical Pharmaceutics I COBP302.1T State the physicochemical properties of drug molecules, concept of solubility and distribution law
COBP302.2T Explain the surface and interfacial phenomenon and role of surfactants
COBP302.3T Investigate and apply various theories, laws and equations related to different states of matter
COBP302.4T Distinguish the principles of complexation/ protein binding & to use them for calculations of drug release and stability constant.
COBP302.5T Apply the concept of pH, isotonic solutions in preparation of pharmaceutical and biological buffers
COBP306.6P Demonstrate use of Solubility of drugs, phase diagrams and distribution law in in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms.
COBP306.7P Apply the principles of thermodynamics using solubility studies
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II COBP301.1T Clarify Isomerism & apply that knowledge in understanding the Structure Property Relationship.
COBP301.2T Explain chemistry and stability of some organic compounds.
COBP301.3T Understand the concept of aromaticity and reactivity of benzene and monosubstituted benzene.
COBP301. 4T Discuss the method of preparation and chemical reactions of some organic compounds
COBP305.5P Explain and understand the principle behind various qualitative tests and analyze the given unknown organic binary mixture compound having different functional groups.
COBP305.6P Discuss Principle, Reaction mechanism and application for synthesize certain organic compounds through benzoylation, halogentaion, nitration, oxidation, hydrolysis, Perkins and claisen condensation reactions
COBP305.7P Determine the saponification value of oil samples
Pharmaceutical Microbiology COBP303.1T Understand methods of identification, cultivation and preservation of various microorganisms.
COBP303.2T Understand the importance and implementation of sterlization in pharmaceutical processing an industry.
COBP303.3T Enumerate methods for standardization of antibiotics, vitamins and amino acids and assessment of a new antibiotic.
COBP303.4T Employ the knowledge to control the microbe by physical and chemical methods.
COBP303.5T Acquire knowledge in microbial spoilage of pharmaceutical products and sources and types of microbial contaminants in pharmaceutical products.
COBP307.6P Enumerate various methods of isolation of pure culture.
COBP307.7P Describe sterility testing of different pharmaceutical preparations
Pharmaceutical Engineering COBP304.1T Know various unit operations used in Pharmaceutical industries.
COBP304.2T Understand the various laws, mechanisms of unit operations.
COBP304.3T Know the principle, construction, working, uses, advantages and disadvantages of Pharmaceutical equipments used for various unit operations
COBP304.4T Understand significance of plant layout design for optimum use of resources.
COBP304.5T Know various preventive methods used for corrosion control in Pharmaceutical industries.
COBP304.6T Understand the concepts of heat transfer and fluid flow.
COBP308.7P Understand the material handling techniques.
COBP308.8P Learn the various processes involved in Pharmaceutical manufacturing process.
S. Y. B. Pharm Sem IV
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Pharmacology I COBP404.1T Define and discuss terms and concepts surrounding to pharmacology and understand the basics of Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
COBP404.2T Compare and describe the various routes of administration and elaborate the process of new drug discovery and development of drug.
COBP404.3T Discuss various bounding and nonbounding interactions of drugs with receptors
COBP404.4T Explain pharmacology of some important class of drugs and describe the concept of adverse drug reaction and drug toxicity.
COBP408.5P Demonstrate the Computer simulations of experiments through simulated software programme.
COBP408.6P Demonstrate the role of experimental animals in pharmacological and toxicological research and explain the CPCSEA and OECD guidelines.
COBP408.7P Evaluate the pharmacological activity of drug with respect to behavioural and central nervous system pharmacology.
Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I COBP 405 T1 Learn the techniques in the cultivation and production of crude drugs
COBP 405 T2 Explain know the crude drugs, their uses and chemical nature
COBP 405 T3 Know the evaluation techniques for the herbal drugs
COBP 405 T4 Carry out the microscopic and morphological evaluation of crude drugs
COBP 405 P1 Learn the techniques of quality control and analyatical evaluation of grude drugs
COBP 405 P2 Identify crude drugs and carry out the crude drug analysis
Medicinal Chemistry-I COBP402.1T Explain the classes and chemistry of drugs acting on nervous system, opioid and non-opioid receptor with respect to their pharmacological activity
COBP402.2T Describe the structural Activity Relationship (SAR) of different class of drugs and mechanism of action of certain pharmacodynamics agents.
COBP402.3T Correlate the physicochemical properties and metabolism of drugs with biological activity.
COBP402. 4T Outline the structure and chemical synthesis of some drugs.
COBP406. 5P Understand the principle and illustrate reaction mechanism and medicinal uses of various drugs and intermediates.
COBP406. 6P Explain significance of the pharmacokinetic parameters and its relationship with chemical structure.
COBP406. 7P Understand and application of the concept of column chromatography
Physical Pharmaceutics-II COBP403.1T Recognize the principles of chemical kinetics and use them for stability testing and determination of expiry date of formulation.
COBP403.2T Describe colloidal and coarse dispersion and apply the principles in formulation development and evaluation of dosage form.
COBP403.3T Explain the concept of flow properties of solids and its application in preparation of pharmaceutical dosage form
COBP403.4T Relate rheological properties of liquids and semisolids in designing of dosage form
COBP403.5T Demonstrate the behavior and mechanism of drugs and excipients in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms
COBP403.6P understand sedimentation behavior of coarse dispersions and order of reaction of various first and second order reaction
COBP403.7P know flow properties of solids and rheological properties of liquids by suitable methods
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III CO. BP401.1T Understand the chemistry of heterocyclic compounds.
CO. BP401.2T Illustrate the methods of preparation and properties of heterocyclic compounds.
CO. BP401.3T Explain the stereochemical aspects of organic compounds and stereo chemical reactions.
CO. BP401.4T Discuss the medicinal uses and other applications of organic compounds.
CO. BP401.5T Elaborate the important name reactions for synthesis of organic compound.
T. Y. B. Pharm Sem V
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Pharmacognosy and phytochemistry II CO.BP504.1T Understand biosynthetic pathways for biosynthesis of secondary metabolites.
CO.BP504.2T Determine biosynthetic pathways using radioactive isotopes.
CO.BP504.3T Know classification of secondary metabolites and their biological sources
CO.BP504.4T Explore chemistry of secondary metabolite.
CO.BP504.5T&P Isolate desired phytoconstituents.
CO.BP504.6T&P Analyse qualitative and quantitative phytochemical analysis.
CO.BP504.7T Know industrial production of phytoconstituents.
CO.BP504.8T Discuss modern extraction and analytical techniques.
Industrial Pharmacy I COBP502.1T &P Apply the knowledge of Preformulation for fomulation develpoment
COBP502.2T &P Illustrate various pharmaceutical dosage forms and their manufacturing techniques
COBP502.3T &P Recognize various factors to be considered in development of pharmaceutical dosage forms
COBP502.4T &P Formulate solid, liquid and semisolid dosage forms
COBP502.5T &P Evaluate various pharmaceutical dosage forms for their quality and stability
COBP502.6T &P Discuss container closure system for various dosage forms along with its evaluation and stability
Medicinal chemistry -II COBP501.1T Explain the chemistry of drugs acting on cardiovascular system, endocrine system, histaminic receptor,used in diabetes and Local anaesthetics with respect to their pharmacological activity.
COBP501.2T Describe the structural Activity Relationship (SAR) of different class of drugs and mechanism of action of certain agents.
COBP501.3T Understand the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value of drugs
COBP501.4T Outline the structure and chemical synthesis of some drugs.
Pharmacology II COBP503.1 T Understand the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different diseases.
COBP503.2 T Explain the pharmacology of drugs acting on heart, blood and blood forming agents.
COBP503.3 T Study different hormones, their actions ,uses and disorders.
COBP503.4 T Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences.
COBP507.1 P Demonstrate isolation of different organs/tissues from the laboratory animals by stipulated experiments.
COBP507.2 P Demonstrate the various receptor actions using isolated tissue preparation.
COBP507.3 P Discuss principles,types and methods of bioassay.
Pharm Jurisprudence COBP505.1 T Acquire knowledge on schedule rules, laws and regulations related to Drugs and Cosmetics
COBP505.2 T Elaborate the legislations to control the operations regulating the dangerous drugs, poisons and opium
COBP505.3 T Understand the concept of legislations to control the advertisements, excise duties and price of drugs.
COBP505.4 T Describe the significance and relevance of Pharmaceutical laws in India and role of Ethics in pharmacy profession while dealing with patients, public, fellow pharmacist and members of medical profession
COBP505.5 T Explain other legislations relating to pharmaceutical industry and profession such as Patent and design act, Medical termination of pregnancy act and prevention of cruelty to animals act.
T. Y. B. Pharm Sem VI
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Quality Assurance COBP606.1 T Describe the significance of quality in pharmaceutical industry and Outline the concept of quality by design, TQM.
COBP606.2 T Summarize quality assurance systems, processes, cGMP guidelines related to manufacturing and distribution, GLP and ICH stability testing guidelines
COBP606.3 T Recognize the role of various regulatory bodies as CDSCO, USFDA, WHO, PIC/S and and understand the scope of quality certifications applicable to pharmaceutical industries.
COBP606.4 T Discuss the points to be considered for personnel,Premises, eqipments, raw materials and appreciate the importance of effective documentation.
COBP606.5 T Elaborate on the role of validation in assurance of quality in pharmaceutical industry & Quality Control of Packaging material
Herbal Drug technology COBP 603.1T Understand raw material as source of herbal drugs from cultivation to herbal drug produc
COBP 603.2T Know the WHO and ICH guidelines for evaluation of herbal drugs
COBP 603.3T&P Explore the herbal cosmetics, natural sweeteners, nutraceuticals.
COBP 603.4T Appreciate patenting of herbal drugs, GMP .
COBP 609.1P Comprehend preliminary phytochemical screening of crude drugs
COBP 609.2P Acquire knowledge of the monograph analysis of herbal drugs from recent Pharmacopoeias.
Biopharm and Pharmacokinetics CO4.7.6 .1T Discuss the concept of biopharmaceutics and its applications in formulation development.
CO4.7.6 .2T Use plasma drug concentration-time data to calculate the pharmacokinetic parameters to describe the kinetics of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, elimination.
CO4.7.6 .3T Study pharmacokinetic processes and their relevance in efficacy of dosage form.
CO4.7.6 .4T Learn the concepts of bioavailability and bioequivalence studies.
CO4.7.6 .5T Learning various compartmental models and non compartmental analysis methods
CO4.7.6 .6T Understand the concept and mechanisms of dissolution and in vitro in vivo correlation
Pharmacology III COBP602.1 T Understand the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different infectious diseases.
COBP602.2 T Discuss the pharmacological features of drugs acting on respiratory system and Gastrointestinal tract.
COBP602.3 T Comprehend the principles of toxicology and treatment of various poisonings.
COBP602.4 T Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences.
COBP608.1 P Determine the principles of animal toxicology and bioassay.
COBP608.2 P Apply biostatistics methods in experimental pharmacology.
Medicinal chemistry -III COBP601.1T Explain the chemistry of various chemotherapeutic agents.
COBP601.2T Describe the structural Activity Relationship (SAR) of different class of drugs, mechanism of action and therapeutic value of drugs
COBP601.3T Outline the chemical synthesis and structure of some drugs.
COBP601.4T Understand the importance of drug design and different techniques of drug design.
Pharmaceutical biotechnology COBP605.1T Understand the importance of Immobilized enzymes in Pharmaceutical Industries.
COBP605.2T Explore genetic engineering applications in relation to production of pharmaceuticals.
COBP605.3T Describe importance of Monoclonal antibodies in Industries.
COBP605.4T Appreciate the use of microorganisms in fermentation technology.
Final Yr B. Pharm Sem VII
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Sterile Product Technology CO 4.7.1.1 T Understand various routes of parenteral administration, general requirements, significance of tonicity adjustment and sterility and their preformulation studies.
CO 4.7.1.2 T Describe the GMP and design and layout of Parenteral Production Facility, environmental control zones, HVAC.
CO 4.7.1.3 T Explain Classification and formulation of SVP & LVP's; processing, manufacturing, packaging requirements and Quality control.
CO 4.7.1.4 T Understand general requirements, formulation, types and evaluation of ophthalmic products, blood Products and surgical dressings.
CO 4.7.1.5 P Study of preparation of sterile formulations(SVP's & LVP's) and study of their quality parameters.
CO 4.7.1.6 P Understand basics of maintenance of sterile areas ; study of preparation of blood products.
Medicinal chemistry -III CO 4.7.3 .1T Understand the general aspects of design of the drugs including the history of the antibiotics, anti-infective agents and antineoplastic agents.
CO 4.7.3.2T Classification & nomenclature of the antibiotics, anti-infective agents and antineoplastic agents on the basis of their chemistry.
CO 4.7.3.3T Illustrate the structure activity relationship (SAR) of the antibiotics, anti-infective agents and antineoplastic agents on the basis of their chemistry.
CO 4.7.3.4T Rephrase the mechanism of action, therapeutic uses, adverse effects and recent developments in the antibiotics, anti-infective agents and antineoplastic agents.
CO 4.7.3.5P Construct reaction mechanisms involved in synthesis of medicinally important compounds.
CO 4.7.3.6P Plan Synthesis, characterize and purify the medicinally important compounds.
Pharmacology IV CO 4.7.4 1T Explain the Pharmacological actions, mechanisms of action, use, and adverse effects of drugs used to treat various infectious disease
CO 4.7.4 2T Describe the Pharmacological actions, mechanisms of action, use, and adverse effects of hormones and related drugs
CO 4.7.4 3T Describe the Pharmacological actions, mechanisms of action, use, and adverse effects of drug used for metabolic disorders
CO 4.7.4 4T Apply the knowledge of microbiology and pathophysiology in pharmacology of antibiotics
CO 4.7.4 5P Investigate the activity of Acetylcholine and histamine using suitable animal preparation by bioassay methods and demonstrate the Computer simulations of experiments through simulated software programme.
CO 4.7.4 6P Appraise and justify fixed dose drug combinations (FDC) for their rationality and irrationality
CO 4.7.4 7P Judge and justify some prescriptions for it’s rationality and irrationality.
Pharmaceutical Analysis V CO 4.7.2.1 T Explain the different types of instrumental analytical techniques available for quality control of APIs & formulations.
CO 4.7.2.2 T Explain the principles, instrumentation and applications of UV-VIS, Flourimetry, Atomic absorption, atomic emission spectroscopies, Flame photometry, Phosphorimetry and Nepheloturbidimetry.
CO 4.7.2.3 T To understand various sampling techniques employed in analysis of solid, semisolid and liquid dosage forms while working in industry
CO 4.7.2.4 T To explain different chromatographic techniques , their principle of working and applications
CO 4.7.2.1 P Explain basic operation of UV Visible spectrophotometer
CO 4.7.2.2 P Apply UV Spectrophotometric simultaneous equation method estimation for two-component formulation anaysis
CO 4.7.2.3 P Apply UV Spectrophotometric Q-analysis method estimation for two-component formulation anaysis
CO 4.7.2.4 P Predict the functional groups using IR spectra
Natural Drug Technology COBP 4.7.5 T1 Study guidelines issued by WHO in relation with cultivation, collection, storage and good agricultural practices etc.
CO BP 4.7.5 T2 Learn the concept of health & pathogenesis, treatment aspects of Alternative system of medicine; herbs used in cosmetic preparation & methods of their formulations.
CO BP 4.7.5 T3 Understand and explain the applications of plant tissue culture for Secondary metabolite production and approaches and potentials of herbal new drug delivery systems.
CO BP 4.7.5 T4 Explain various physical, chemical, spectroscopic means & methods used in structural elucidation of natural products. He/she should be able to interpret data generated from above techniques.
CO BP 4.7.5 P1 Develop abilty to handle various equipment’s as per SOPs & learn various demonstrations prepare brief report for evaluation.
CO BP 4.7.5 P2 Understand and learn to Evaluate marketed cosmetic & nutraceutical formulations
CO BP 4.7.5 P3 Acquire the knowledge of methods of preparation of Ayurvedic dosage forms
Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokin COBP604.1T Discuss the concept of biopharmaceutics and its applications in formulation development.
COBP604.2T Use plasma drug concentration-time data to calculate the pharmacokinetic parameters to describe the kinetics of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, elimination.
COBP604.3T Study pharmacokinetic processes and their relevance in efficacy of dosage form.
COBP604.4T Learn the concepts of bioavailability and bioequivalencestudies.
COBP604.5T Learn various compartmental models and non compartmental analysis methods
COBP604.6T Understand concept and mechanisms of dissolution and in vitro in vivo correlation
Pharm Jurisprudence CO 4.7.7.1 T Explain basic principles, purpose and dimensions, significance and relevance of Pharmaceutical laws in India.
CO 4.7.7.2 T Identify potential fraud and abuse legal issues of narcotic &psychotropic substance.
CO 4.7.7.3 T Understand the regulatory system for safety and effectiveness of medicine and quality of product
CO 4.7.7.4 T Discuss the purpose, responsibilities, qualifications for membership and the make-up of the Board.
CO 4.7.7.5 T Demonstrate the knowledge about Patents, procedure for patent application and IPR.
Final Yr B. Pharm Sem VIII
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Adv Drug Delivery System CO 4.8.1.1 T Discuss Fundamental Concept of Modified Drug Release and Pre-requisites of drug candidates, along with various approaches and classification. Discussion about polymers, classification, types, selection, applications.
CO 4.8.1.2 T Describe the formulation, merits, demerits, application and evaluation of different types of Novel Drug Delivery Systems.
CO 4.8.1.3 T Explain therapeutic aerosols, types, formulation aspects and quality control.
CO 4.8.1.4 T Understand of microencapsulation techniques, types, applications, evaluation of microspheres/microcapsules.
CO 4.8.1.5 P Study about types of polymers and their evaluation tests.
CO 4.8.1.6 P Study various forms of novel drug delivery forms and study of their quality evaluation parameters.
Cosmetic Science CO 4.8.2.1 T&P Illustrate Fundamentals and Scope of Cosmetic Science
CO 4.8.2.2 T&P Explain various cosmetic dosage forms and their manufacturing techniques
CO 4.8.2.3 T&P Recognize various factors to be considered in development of cosmetics and cosmeceuticals
CO 4.8.2.4 T&P Formulate various cosmetics and cosmeceuticals
CO 4.8.2.5 T&P Evaluate various cosmetics and cosmeceuticals for their quality and stability
CO 4.8.2.6 T&P Explain various equipment’s used in formulation of various cosmetics products.
Pharmacology V CO 4.8.5 1T Discuss clinical pharmacology including adverse drug reactions, drug-drug interactions, patient compliance & counselling, therapeutic drug monitoring and clinical trials.
CO 4.8.5 2T Apply knowledge of patient compliance and counselling in instructing and counselling the patients.
CO 4.8.5 3T Apply the knowledge of clinical pharmacology to develop research thinking.
CO 4.8.5 4T Discuss organisation, documentation and functioning in various phases of clinical trials
CO 4.8.5 5P Discuss basics of biostatistics and carry out the statistical analysis of given experimental data using appropriate method(s).
CO 4.8.5 6P Investigate the activity of Acetylcholine and histamine using suitable animal preparation by bioassay methods
CO 4.8.5 7P Demonstrate the Computer simulations of experiments through simulated software programme.
Pharmaceutical Analysis VI CO 4.8.3.1 T Discuss principle, instrumentation of NMR & ESR spectroscopy and their applications in Pharmaceutical research, quality control of APIs & formulations.
CO 4.8.3.2 T Explain principles, instrumentation of Mass spectrometry and their applications in Pharmaceutical research, quality control of APIs & formulations.
CO 4.8.3.3 T Illustrate principle, instrumentation and applications of Scanning Electron Microscopy and Transmission Electron microscopy
CO 4.8.3.4 T Predict the types of protons in NMR spectra
CO 4.8.3.1 P Validation of UV Visible spectrophotometric method for analysis
CO 4.8.3.2 P Explain ICH guidelines and its importance
CO 4.8.3.3 P Discuss system suitability parameters and their importance
CO 4.8.3.4 P Interpret UV, IR, NMR, MS spectras of simple organic compounds for structure elucidation
Medicinal chemistry -IV CO 4.8.4.1T Understand the general aspects of design of the drugs, history of Antihistaminic agents and proton pump inhibitors, autacoids, NSAIDs, analgesics & antipyretics, Narcotic agents, steroids and steroidal drugs, hormones, insulin, oral anti-hyperglycemic drugs, diagnostic agents, and serotonergic agents.
CO 4.8.4.2T Classification & nomenclature of Antihistaminic agents and proton pump inhibitors, autacoids, NSAIDs, analgesics & antipyretics, Narcotic agents, steroids and steroidal drugs, hormones, insulin, oral anti-hyperglycemic drugs, diagnostic agents, and serotonergic agents.
CO 4.8.4.3T Illustrate the structure activity relationship (SAR) of Antihistaminic agents and proton pump inhibitors, autacoids, NSAIDs, analgesics & antipyretics, Narcotic agents, steroids and steroidal drugs, hormones, insulin, oral anti-hyperglycemic drugs, diagnostic agents, and serotonergic agents.
CO 4.8.4.4T Rephrase the mechanism of action, therapeutic uses, adverse effects of Antihistaminic agents and proton pump inhibitors, autacoids, NSAIDs, analgesics & antipyretics, Narcotic agents, steroids and steroidal drugs, hormones, insulin, oral anti-hyperglycemic drugs, diagnostic agents, and serotonergic agents.
CO 4.8.4.5P Construct reaction mechanisms involved in synthesis of medicinally important compounds.
CO 4.8.4.6P Plan Synthesis, characterize and purify the medicinally important compounds.
Natural Product commerce IR CO.4.8.6.1T Understand & realize the significance of natural products in daily life
CO.4.8.6 .2T Classify different segments in market, demand & supply position,export & importpotential; position of Indian herbal drug industry in global contest; government organizations& policies for promotion; their regulation in India & other countries, various regulatoryguidelines, ethical issues etc.
CO.4.8.6.3 T Realize the market potential of natural products & explore entrepreneurship skills to grab these opportunities.
CO.4.8.6.4T Understand & explain safe use of natural products, possible toxicities &interaction, toxicitiesin most venerable group (elderly patients), need &significance of Pharmacovigilance systems; WHO guidelines in this regard.
Quality Assurance Tech. CO 4.8.7.1T Describe the significance of quality in pharmaceutical industry and Outline the concept of quality assurance
CO 4.8.7.2T Summarize the concept of GMP, GLP, GDP, QBD, Pharmaceutical quality management system and quality risk management.
CO 4.8.7.3T Recognize the role of various regulatory agencies imparting quality standards.
CO 4.8.7.4T Discuss Calibration & Qualifications and appreciate the importance of effective documentation.
CO 4.8.7.5T Elaborate on the role of validation in assurance of quality in pharmaceutical industry.
First Year Pharm. D
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Pharmaceutics. CO1.2.1T Discuss basic knowledge of the formulation aspects of different dosage forms
CO1.2.2T Illustrate different pharmaceutical calculation involved in formulation.
CO1.2.3T Discuss the formulation aspects of different types of dosage form
CO1.2.4T Explain importance of good formulation for effectiveness.
CO1.2.5P Formulate and dispense different kinds of formulations with calculations
CO1.2.6P Explain dose, the storage conditions and labelling information
Human Anatomy and Physiology CO 1.1.1T Outline the structure of cells, organs and location of cardiovascular, nervous, endocrine, reproductive & respiratory with the help of models
CO 1.1.2T Define the different anatomical terminologies such as parts, planes, positions and sections of the human body.
CO 1.1.3T Identify various types of tissues, bones like axial or appendicular, joints, muscles & types of movements
CO 1.1.4T&P Determine the different haematological tests like blood groups, bleeding time, clotting time, haemoglobin, red blood cell & white blood cell count of own blood samples.
CO 1.1.5T Appriciate working of different organs such as heart, lungs, brain, kidney, lymph organs and glands with haemostatic physiologic mechanism
CO 1.1.6P Apply the knowledge gained by the demonstration of different family planning devices, HCG urine preganancy kits & sensory organs with the help of models & charts.
CO 1.1.7P Understand the different applinces used in haematological experiments such as haemoctometer, sphygmomanometer, haemoglobinometer.
Pharmaceutical organic chem CO 1.4.1T Outline of the behaviour of organic compounds.
CO 1.4.2T Justify a reasonable mechanism for chemical reactions.
CO 1.4.3T Illustrate the orientation and IUPAC nomenclature of chemical compounds.
CO1.4.4T Explain different reaction intermediate and their applications in reaction mechanism.
CO 1.4.5P Explain and understand the principal behind various qualitative tests and analyse the given unknown organic compound having different functional groups.
CO1.4.6P Understand the principal and illustrate reaction mechanism and application of every experiment.
CO1.4.7P Understand the use of stereo models.
Pharmaceutical Inorganic chem CO1.5.1T To be well acquainted with the principles of limit tests.
CO1.5.2T To appreciate the importance of inorganic pharmaceuticals in preventing and curing the disease
CO1.5.3T To have been introduced to a variety of inorganic drug classes.
CO1.5.4T To know the analysis of the inorganic pharmaceuticals their applications
CO1.5.5P Adjudge the level of specific impurities in the given inorganic compounds by performing different limit tests.
CO1.5.6P To use different chemical methods to prepare and identify inorganic pharmaceuticals.
CO1.5.7P To perform identification tests as per Indian Pharmacopoeia.
CO1.5.8P To understand the principles and procedures of analysis of drugs and also regarding the application of inorganic pharmaceutical.
Medicinal Biochemistry CO 1.3.1 Explain the catalytic activity of enzymes and importance of isoenzymes in diagnosis of diseases
CO 1.3.2 Describe the metabolic process of biomolecules in health and illness (metabolic disorders)
CO 1.3.3 Study the genetic organization of mammalian genome, synthesis and metabolism of biomolecules such as proteins etc; and mechanism of DNA replication, mutation and repair.
CO 1.3.4 Discuss the importance of biomolecule test in diagnosis of disease with the help of qualitative and quantitative analysis of biomolecules in body fluids
Remedial Biology CO 1.6.1 T Study of natural sources such as plant and animal and their origin.
CO 1.6.2 T Understand various naturally occurring drugs, its history and sources.
CO 1.6.3 T Classify the plants and animals with their distribution and characteristics .
CO 1.6.4 T Explain general organizations of mammals with study of frog, Pisces, Raptiles, Aves etc.
CO 1.6.5 P Study of root,stem,leaf modifications along with transverse sections of important parts of plants.
CO 1.6.6 P Apply skills for preparation of permanent slides and simple plant physiological experiments.
Second Year Pharm. D
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Pharm. Microbiology CO 2.2.1 T Classify different microorganisms and relationship between them, study of their anatomy, physiology, relationship with each other. Study of their growth, isolation and identification techniques.
CO 2.2.2 T Study of methods used for sterilization & disinfection, equipment's involved, their applications.
CO 2.2.3 T Explain types of immunities, immune responses, components, vaccination and its importance.
CO 2.2.4 T Study of Microbial assays, their principles and applications. Study of diagnostic tests and techniques adopted therein.
CO 2.2.5 T Study of types of infectious diseases, their causative agents, etiology, pathophysiology, treatment and management.
CO 2.2.6 P Describe through experimentation of growth of different microbes, thier study and identification, counting techniques.
CO 2.2.7 P Study sterility testing and microbial assay methods.
Pathophysiology CO 2.1.1 T Explain the pathogenesis and morphology of reversible and irreversible cell injury
CO 2.1.2 T Illustrate events involved in acute and chronic inflammation
CO 2.1.3 T Recognize the biological significance of various hypersensitivity disorders and discuss the mechanisms involved in autoimmune diseases and allograft rejection
CO 2.1.4 T Discuss the etiopathogenesis of selected diseases
CO 2.1.5 T Describe the general biology of cancer, mechanism of shock and effects of radiation exposure
CO 2.1.6 T Identify the signs,symptoms and complications of diseases.
CO 2.1.7 T Apply disease specific diagnostic methods.
P’ therapeutics-I CO 2.6.1T Learn the pathophysiology and diagnosis of selected disease states.
CO 2.6.2T Distinguish between types of disease with help of differential diagnosis.
CO 2.6.3T&P Interpret diagnosis based on physical examination, laboratory investigation and diagnostics test
CO 2.6.4T&P Identification of the patient-specific parameters relevant in initiating drug therapy, and monitoring therapy (including alternatives, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects).
CO 2.6.5T&P Learn and create individualized therapeutic drug therapy, its rationality with referencing latest guidelines and evidence.
CO 2.6.T6&P Counsel patients on devised therapeutics plan (lifestyle and drugs).
CO 2.6.7T&P Identify and manage the potential drug interaction in given drug regimen
P’cology-I CO 2.4.1T Understand the aspects of general pharmacology includes pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and routes of administrations of drugs.
CO 2.4.2T Enlist the classes of the drugs acting on autonomic nervous system, cardiovascular system, central nervous,respiratory system, hormones, autocoids and their anatagonists
CO 2.4.3T Discuss the pharmacological features of common and important drugs mentioned above.
CO 2.4.4T Explain the basic concept of drug toxicity, factors modifying drug effect and pre clinical evaluations of drugs.
CO 2.4.5T Report adverse drug reactions, drug interactions precautions, contraindications of various drugs.
CO 2.4.6P Record the drug response curve (DRC), LD 50 & ED 50 of different drugs.
CO 2.4.7P Demonstrate effects of different analgesic, anti-convulsant, muscle relaxant drugs on animals using Ex-pharm software
CO 2.4.8P Learn the basics of experimental pharmacology including commonly used instruments & CPCSEA, OECD guidelines.
Community Pharmacy CO 2.5.1T Define the roles and responsibilities of community pharmacist.
CO 2.5.2T Outline the layout and infrastructure requirements for community pharmacy.
CO 2.5.3T Recognize the need of inventory control and discuss the various methods.
CO 2.5.4T Interpret the knowledge of business and professional practice management skills in community pharmacies.
CO 2.5.5T Identify symptoms of minor ailments and provide appropriate medication.
CO 2.5.6T Employ strategies for raising awareness about health promotion.
CO 2.5.7T Explain the importance of general patient counselling and health screening services in community pharmacy
CO 2.5.8T Discuss the factors affecting medication adherence and exhibit professional ethics by promoting safe and appropriate medication use throughout society.
Pharmacognosy & Phytopharmaceuticals CO 2.3.1T Define Pharmacognosy and describe its evolution.
CO 2.3.2T Explain the classification of crude drugs and discuss their primary and secondary metabolites.
CO 2.3.3T Review various parameters related to cultivation, collection, processing and storage of crude drugs.
CO 2.3.4T Discuss the production, evaluation, uses and adulterants of crude drugs.
CO 2.3.5T&P Identify the market samples of drugs containing proteins, carbohydrates and lipids.
CO 2.3.6P Demonstrate skill of plant material sectioning, staining, mounting & focusing.
CO 2.3.7P Analyse the crude drugs by its morphological characteristics and study the anatomical characteristics.
Third Year Pharm. D
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
Pharm Analysis CO 3.2.1T Enlist instrumental methods based on chromatography, spectrophotometry as well as electrometric methods used in pharmaceutical analysis.
CO 3.2.2T Discuss the fundamental principle and instrumentation of various analytical techniques mentioned above.
CO 3.2.3T&P Illustrate the use of instrumental methods mentioned above.
CO 3.2.4T Understand the basic concepts of quality assurance.
CO 3.2.5T Discuss theoretical aspects and applications of mass spectrometry, NMR, ESR, polarimetry and X-Ray Diffraction.
CO 3.2.6P Describe basics of instrumental analysis in estimation of drug substance and drug product.
CO 3.2.7P Carry out separation and identification of mixture of compounds, estimation, and assay by different instrumental/ chromatographic techniques confidently.
Med. Chemistry CO 3.5.1T Understand significance and establish relevance of medicinal chemistry with pharmaceutical sciences.
CO 3.5.2T Explain chemistry of drugs with respect to their biological activity.
CO3.5.3T Utilise the different modern techniques of drug design.
CO 3.5.4T Understand and apply the concept of prodrug.
CO3.5.5P Understand the principal and illustrate reaction mechanism and medicinal uses of various drugs and intermediates.
CO3.5.6T&P Explain significance of the pharmacokinetic parameters and its relationship with chemical structure.
CO 3.5.7P Carry out monograph analysis and assay procedure of various compounds.
Pharm Jurisprudence CO3.4.1T Summarize the Pharmaceutical legislation and their implication in the development and marketing.
CO3.4.2T Apply knowledge about Patents, procedure for patent application and IPR.
CO3.4.3T List the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals.
CO3.4.4T Explain various Indian pharmaceutical acts, laws and schedule.
Pharmacology-II CO 3.1.1T Enlist classes of drugs acting on blood and blood forming elements, kidney, chemotherapeutic agents used in various infectious diseases as well as cancer and immunomodulators.
CO 3.1.2T Discuss the pharmacological features of common and important drugs mentioned above.
CO 3.1.3T Illustrate use of various pharmacological and chemotherapeutic agents for treatment of blood disorders, microbial diseases,cancer and immunological disorders.
CO 3.1.4T Explain basic concepts in cell and molecular biology.
CO 3.1.5T&P Discuss principles of animal toxicology and bioassay
CO 3.1.6P Describe basics of experimental pharmacology.
CO 3.1.7P Carry out different types of bioassays and screening methods confidently.
P’ therapeutics-II CO 3.3.1T Learn the pathophysiology and diagnosis of selected disease states.
CO 3.3.2T Distinguish between types of disease with help of differential diagnosis.
CO 3.3.3T&P Interpret diagnosis based on physical examination, laboratory investigation and diagnostics test
CO 3.3.4T&P Identify the patient-specific parameters relevant in initiating rug therapy, and monitoring therapy (including alternatives, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects).
CO 3.3.T5&P Learn individualized therapeutic drug therapy, its rationality with referencing latest guidelines and evidences.
CO 3.3.6P Counsel patients on disease, drug administration, drug food interaction, posible side effects of drugs, and lifestyle modifications.
CO3.3.7P Identify and manage the potential drug interaction in a given drug regimen.
P Formulations CO 3.6.1T Explain the significance of formulation, preparation and evaluation of various pharmaceutical dosage forms
CO 3.6.2T Discuss formulation additives for various dosage forms
CO3.6.3T Explain suitable measures for stability of the dosage forms
CO3.6.4T Describe the manufacturing methods of solid, semisolid, parenteral and ophthalmic products
CO3.6.5P&T Design different dosage forms and cosmetics
CO3.6.6P&T Evaluate the prepared dosage forms with appropriate quality control tests
Fourth Year Pharm. D
Name of subject CO No Course outcome
P’ therapeutics-III CO 4.1.1T Learn the pathophysiology and diagnosis of selected disease states.
CO 4.1.2T Distinguish between types of disease with help of differential diagnosis.
CO 4.1.3T Interpret diagnosis based on physical examination, laboratory investigation and diagnostics test
CO 4.1.4T Identify the patient-specific parameters relevant in initiating rug therapy, and monitoring therapy (including alternatives, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects).
CO 4.1.5T & P Learn individualized therapeutic drug therapy, its rationality with referencing latest guidelines and evidences.
CO 4.1.6P Counsel patients on disease, drug administration, drug food interaction, posible side effects of drugs, and lifestyle modifications.
CO 4.1.7T&P Identify and manage the potential drug interaction in a given drug regimen.
Clin. Toxicology CO 4.6.1 Discuss general principles involved in the management of poisoning
CO 4.6.2 State clinical symptoms of acute and chronic poisonings due to various substances like chemicals, heavy metals, drugs, plants, animals, insects, foods
CO 4.6.3 Apply appropriate treatment plan for management of acute and chronic poisoning due to various substances.
CO 4.6.4 Describe clinical symptoms and treatment of poisonings due to substances of abuse.
Clinical Pharmacy CO 4.3.1T Understand monitoring of drug therapy through medication chart review and clinical review
CO 4.3.2T Counsel the patients based on medication history interview
CO 4.3.3T Identify and resolve drug related problems
CO 4.3.4P Assess the adverse drug reactions and its consequences
CO 4.3.5P Interpret lab investgations of selected disease states
CO 4.3.6P Analyse, interpret and formulate drug information in response to queries
Biostatistics & Res. Methodology CO 4.4.1T Design the research methodology including sample size and result interpretation for a research study
CO 4.4.2T Understand and compute the descriptive statistical measures
CO 4.4.3T ·Calculate the measures such as mean, mode, median, standard deviation, risk differences, relative risks and odds ratios.
CO 4.4.4T Formulate and compute the hypothesis and variance using parametric and non- parametric tests
CO 4.5.5T Understand the importance of computer applications in hospital, clinical and computer pharmacy
Biopharm & Pharmacokin CO4.5.1T Understand absorption, distribution, metabolism, bioactivation, excretion, bioavailability, bioequivalance, linear, non- linear pharmaokinetics, non- compartmental pharmacokinetics, parameters considered during multiple dosage regimens
CO4.5.2T Illustrate factors affecting absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, pharmacokinetic models, one and multi compartment models
CO4.5.3T Discuss drug transport mechanisms, various methods to study absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion, causes of non-linearity, basics of non- compartmental analysis
CO4.5.4T Determine kinetic parameters of multiple dose I.V. and oral administrations, MRT of various dosage forms, Michaelis Menten and other parameters of non-linear pharmacokinetics
CO4.5.5T&P Judge BA BE study protocols for various drugs and dosage forms
CO4.5.6P Calculate Pharmacokinetic parameters such as Cmax, t max, t1/2, AUC, AUMC, Ke, KE, Ka, protein binding, Clearance, bioavailability and bioquivalence parameters .
CO4.5.7P Develop solid dispersions and inclusion complexation based formulations of hydrophobic drugs to enhance their apparent solubility and dissolution rate
Hospital Pharm CO 4.2.1T Explain hospital pharmacy services rendered by a pharmacist
CO 4.2.2T Design Hospital Drug Policies
CO 4.2.3T Discuss drug inforamtion with doctors, nurses and health care staff
CO 4.2.4T Understand concept of inventory control
CO 4.2.5T Learn different drug distribution methods
CO 4.2.6P Illustrate practice based research methods
CO 4.2.7P Participate in drug information queries
Pharm. D PB
Hospital Pharm CO 4.2.1T Explain hospital pharmacy services rendered by a pharmacist
CO 4.2.2T Design Hospital Drug Policies
CO 4.2.3T Discuss drug inforamtion with doctors, nurses and health care staff
CO 4.2.4T Understand concept of inventory control
CO 4.2.5T Learn different drug distribution methods
CO 4.2.6P Illustrate practice based research methods
CO 4.2.7P Participate in drug information queries
Clin. Toxicology CO 4.6.1 Discuss general principles involved in the management of poisoning
CO 4.6.2 State clinical symptoms of acute and chronic poisonings due to various substances like chemicals, heavy metals, drugs, plants, animals, insects, foods
CO 4.6.3 Apply appropriate treatment plan for management of acute and chronic poisoning due to various substances.
CO 4.6.4 Describe clinical symptoms and treatment of poisonings due to substances of abuse.
Clinical Pharmacy CO 4.3.1T Understand monitoring of drug therapy through medication chart review and clinical review
CO 4.3.2T Counsel the patients based on medication history interview
CO 4.3.3T Identify and resolve drug related problems
CO 4.3.4P Assess the adverse drug reactions and its consequences
CO 4.3.5P Interpret lab investgations of selected disease states
CO 4.3.6P Analyse, interpret and formulate drug information in response to queries
Biostatistics & Res Methodology CO 4.4.1T Design the research methodology including sample size and result interpretation for a research study
CO 4.4.2T · Understand and compute the descriptive statistical measure
CO 4.4.3T Calculate the measures such as mean, mode, median, standard deviation, risk differences, relative risks and odds ratios.
CO 4.4.4T Formulate and compute the hypothesis and variance using parametric and non- parametric tests
CO 4.4.5T Understand the importance of computer applications in hospital, clinical and computer pharmacy
Biopharm & Pharmacokin CO4.5.1T Understand absorption, distribution, metabolism, bioactivation, excretion, bioavailability, bioequivalance, linear, non- linear pharmaokinetics, non- compartmental pharmacokinetics, parameters considered during multiple dosage regimens
CO4.5.2T Illustrate factors affecting absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, pharmacokinetic models, one and multi compartment models
CO4.5.3T Discuss drug transport mechanisms, various methods to study absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion, causes of non-linearity, basics of non- compartmental analysis
CO4.5.4T Determine kinetic parameters of multiple dose I.V. and oral administrations, MRT of various dosage forms, Michaelis Menten and other parameters of non-linear pharmacokinetics
CO4.5.5T&P Judge BA BE study protocols for various drugs and dosage forms
CO4.5.6P Calculate Pharmacokinetic parameters such as Cmax, t max, t1/2, AUC, AUMC, Ke, KE, Ka, protein binding, Clearance, bioavailability and bioquivalence parameters .
CO4.5.7P Develop solid dispersions and inclusion complexation based formulations of hydrophobic drugs to enhance their apparent solubility and dissolution rate
Pharmacotherapeutics-III CO 4.1.1T Learn the pathophysiology and diagnosis of selected disease states.
CO 4.1.2T Distinguish between types of disease with help of differential diagnosis.
CO 4.1.3T &P Interpret diagnosis based on physical examination, laboratory investigation and diagnostics test
CO 4.1.4T &P Identify the patient-specific parameters relevant in initiating drug therapy, and monitoring therapy (including alternatives, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects).
CO 4.1.5T Learn individualized therapeutic drug therapy, its rationality with referencing latest guidelines and evidences.
CO 4.1.6 P Counsel patients on disease, drug administration, drug food interaction, posible side effects of drugs, and lifestyle modifications.
Pharmacotherapeutics-I & II CO 4.7.1T Learn the pathophysiology and diagnosis of selected disease states.
CO 4.7.2T Distinguish between types of disease with help of differential diagnosis.
CO 4.7.3T Interpret diagnosis based on physical examination, laboratory investigation and diagnostics test
CO 4.7.4T Identify the patient-specific parameters relevant in initiating rug therapy, and monitoring therapy (including alternatives, time-course of clinical and laboratory indices of therapeutic response and adverse effects).
CO 4.7.5T & P Learn individualized therapeutic drug therapy, its rationality with referencing latest guidelines and evidences.
CO 4.7.6T &P Counsel patients on disease, drug administration, drug food interaction, posible side effects of drugs, and lifestyle modifications.
CO 4.7.7P Analyse diferent clinical cases and compare the given therapy against the statndard recommended guidelines
Fifth Year Pharm. D
Clinical Research CO 5.1.1T Understand the pre-clinical & clinical development process of drugs.
CO 5.1.2T Discuss the regulatory requirements for drug approval in India, USA and Europe.
CO 5.1.3T Understand the ethical requirements & guidelines in clinical research.
CO 5.1.4T Discuss the roles and responsibilities of clinical trial personnel.
CO 5.1.5T Learn designing of clinical study documents,process of clinical data management and safety monitoring in clinica trials.
Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacoeconomics CO 5.2.1T Describe scope, advantages for studies in Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacoeconomics
CO 5.2.2T Explain the various research methodologies used to conduct research in Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacoeeconomics
CO 5.2.3T Summarise the applications of Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacoeconomics
CO 5.2.4T Design Pharmacoepidemiological and Pharmacoeconomic studies using real time clinical scenarios.
Clinical Pharmacokinetics and TDM CO 5.3.1T Provide the knowledge about various concept of drug administration, routes of administration, pharmacokinetics studies and various drug drug interactions.
CO 5.3.2T Understand the concept of dosing, dosage form conversions and designing drug regimen.
CO 5.3.3T Promotes knowledge about advanced techniques for therapeutics drug monitoring of new drugs.
CO 5.3.4T Provide basic pharmacokinetics and genetics knowledge of prevention and treatment of various drugs

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