B. PHARM

 Time table for B. Pharm (Jul - Dec 2019 Semester)
Calender of Events for B. Pharm (Academic Year 2019-2020)
Syllabus for B. Pharm (RS-3, 2017-18; PCI)
Syllabus for B. Pharm (RS-2, 2013-14)
 
 REGULATIONS GOVERNING B.PHARM COURSES

Eligibility

Candidates  who have passed two year P.U.C. examination of Karnataka P.U.C. Board or an  equivalent examination of any other approved Board or university with not less  than 45% with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with any one of the subjects viz. Mathematics/Biology/Computer Sciences/ Biotechnology/ Technical vocational subject.

 
 
  • 5 % relaxation in minimum eligibility criteria for candidate belonging to researved category
  • Candidates who have scored  less than 45% marks in (10+2) but who have completed B.Sc. Degree with Chemistry  as one of the compulsory subjects in combination with any two of the following  subjects, namely, Physics or Mathematics, or   Microbiology, or Botany, or Zoology, or  Biotechnology, or Computer Sciences or Electronics securing not less than 40%  marks in aggregate are eligible for admission to first year B. Pharm course.
  • Candidates who have passed  D. Pharm course with minimum 50% marks and approved by Pharmacy Council of India shall also be eligible to  this course and shall be admitted directly to 3rd Semester course, 10% over and  above the sanctioned intake. Studnet shall have to study, Computer science of First semester of B. Pharm  in addition to the third semester of  B. Pharm subjects.
  Duration  of the course
  The course of study for B. Pharm shall extend  over a period of 8 semester and six semesters for those admitted to second B.  Pharm through lateral entry. The curricula and syllabi for the course shall be  as prescribed from time to time.
  Attendance  and progress of studies
 

A regular record of attendance in both Theory  and Practical shall be maintained by the teaching staff of respective subjects.  Medium of Instruction and Examination shall be English. A candidate is required  to put in at least 75% attendance in theory and practical subjects separately. The candidate shall complete the prescribed course satisfactorily to be  eligible to appear for the respective examinations

 

Industrial  tour and Training

Every candidate shall undergo practical  training in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing House / Approved Hospital  / recognized research labs for a period of not less than one hundred and fifty  hours to be covered in not less than 45 days after completing III B. Pharm or  IV B. Pharm course.

 

 

SEMESTER - I

S. No

                       Subject

Theory

  (Hrs)

Tutorial

   (Hrs)

Practicals

    (Hrs)

3.1.1

Remedial Mathematics/ Biology*

04/03

--/01

0/3

3.1.2

Human Anatomy & Physiology-I

03

01

-

3.1.3

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-I

03

01

06

3.1.4

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

03

01

03

3.1.5

Communication Skills & Spoken English*

03

01

-

 

             TOTAL

16/15

04/05

09/12

*College   Examinations only                                                    29/32 hrs/week

  SEMESTER - II

S. NO

SUBJECT

THEORY (hrs)

TUTORIAL (hrs)

PRACTICALS (hrs)

3.2.1

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry -II

03

01

06

3.2.2

Pharmaceutics

03

01

06

3.2.3

Human Anatomy & Physiology-II

04

--

03

3.2.4

Pharmacognosy-I

04

--

-

3.2.5

Constitution of India*

03

--

-

 

                 TOTAL

17

02

15

*College   Examinations only                                                                34 hrs/ week

 

SEMESTER - III

 S. NO

           SUBJECT

THEORY

    (hrs)

TUTORIAL

     (hrs)

PRACTICALS (hrs)

3.3.1

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

03

01

06

3.3.2

Pharmacognosy –II

03

01

03

3.3.3

Pharmaceutical Analysis

03

01

06

3.3.4

Physical Pharmaceutics –I

04

--

-

3.3.5

Computer Science*

03

-

02

 

TOTAL

16

03

17

      *College Examinations only                                                              36 hrs/ week

 

SEMESTER - IV

S. NO

SUBJECT

THEORY (hrs)

TUTORIAL (hrs)

PRACTICALS (hrs)

3.4.1

Physical Pharmaceutics –II

03

01

06

3.4.2

Applied Biochemistry

03

01

03

3.4.3

Pharmaceutical Engineering

03

01

06

3.4.4

Pathophysiology

04

--

-

3.4.5

Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry

04

--

-

 

TOTAL

17

03

15

                                                                                                         35hrs/   week

 

SEMESTER - V

S. NO

SUBJECT

THEORY

(hrs)

TUTORIAL

(hrs)

PRACTICALS

(hrs)

3.5.1

Hospital and Community Pharmacy

03

01

06

3.5.2

Pharmaceutical Technology- I

03

01

06

3.5.3

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

04

01

-

3.5.4

Medicinal Chemistry –I

04

01

-

3.5.5

Pharmacology -I

04

01

-

 

TOTAL

18

05

12

                                                                                                                35 hrs/ week

  

         SEMESTER - VI

S. NO

SUBJECT

THEORY

(hrs)

TUTORIAL

(hrs)

PRACTICALS

(hrs)

3.6.1

Pharmacology II

04

--

06

3.6.2

Pharmaceutical Technology-II

03

01

03

3.6.3

Advanced Pharmacognosy

03

01

06

3.6.4

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & Ethics

04

--

-

3.6.5

Environmental Studies *

03

01

-

 

TOTAL

17

03

15

*Class   Examination only                                                                         35   hrs/ week

 

SEMESTER - VII

S. NO

SUBJECT

THEORY

(hrs)

TUTORIAL

(hrs)

PRACTICALS

(hrs)

3.7.1

Instrumental Methods of Analysis

04

01

06

3.7.2

Industrial Pharmacognosy

03

01

03

3.7.3

Medicinal Chemistry –II

03

01

06

3.7.4

Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

03

01

-

3.7.5

Pharmaceutical Management and   Marketing

03

01

-

 

TOTAL

16

05

15

36   hrs/ week

 

SEMESTER - VIII

S. NO

SUBJECT

THEORY

(hrs)

TUTORIAL

(hrs)

PRACTICALS

(hrs)

3.8.1

Medicinal Chemistry –III

03

01

06

3.8.2

Advanced   Pharmaceutics

03

01

06

3.8.3

Pharmacotherapeutics

04

01

-

3.8.4

Regulatory   affairs

03

01

-

3.8.5

Optional subjects(Any one)

1) Nanopharmaceuticals   
    (Nanomedicine)

2) Clinical Trials Research  
    Methodology

3) Standardization & QC of  
    Herbal drugs

4) Pharmaceutical 
    Manufacturing 
Management

03

01

--

 

TOTAL

16

05

12

3 hrs/ week

 

Admissions


    principal@klepharm.edu

 

 REGULATIONS GOVERNING B.PHARM COURSES

Eligibility

Candidates  who have passed two year P.U.C. examination of Karnataka P.U.C. Board or an  equivalent examination of any other approved Board or university with not less  than 45% with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with any one of the subjects viz. Mathematics/Biology/Computer Sciences/ Biotechnology/ Technical vocational subject.

 
 
  • 5 % relaxation in minimum eligibility criteria for candidate belonging to researved category
  • Candidates who have scored  less than 45% marks in (10+2) but who have completed B.Sc. Degree with Chemistry  as one of the compulsory subjects in combination with any two of the following  subjects, namely, Physics or Mathematics, or   Microbiology, or Botany, or Zoology, or  Biotechnology, or Computer Sciences or Electronics securing not less than 40%  marks in aggregate are eligible for admission to first year B. Pharm course.
  • Candidates who have passed  D. Pharm course with minimum 50% marks and approved by Pharmacy Council of India shall also be eligible to  this course and shall be admitted directly to 3rd Semester course, 10% over and  above the sanctioned intake. Studnet shall have to study, Computer science of First semester of B. Pharm  in addition to the third semester of  B. Pharm subjects.
  Duration  of the course
 
 

The course of study for B. Pharm shall extend  over a period of 8 semester and six semesters for those admitted to second B.  Pharm through lateral entry. The curricula and syllabi for the course shall be  as prescribed from time to time.

   
  Attendance  and progress of studies
 

A regular record of attendance in both Theory  and Practical shall be maintained by the teaching staff of respective subjects.  Medium of Instruction and Examination shall be English. A candidate is required  to put in at least 75% attendance in theory and practical subjects separately.  The candidate shall complete the prescribed course satisfactorily to be  eligible to appear for the respective examinations

 

Industrial  tour and Training
                      Every candidate shall undergo practical  training in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing House / Approved Hospital  / recognized research labs for a period of not less than one hundred and fifty  hours to be covered in not less than 45 days after completing III B. Pharm or  IV B. Pharm course.