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Dr. Biplab De
Principal I/C
M.Pharm, Ph.D,
(J.U – Kolkata), AIC

 

 

B Pharmacy


                                                           

Duration:
4 Years divided into 8(eight) semester. Each semester having duration for six months spreaded over a period of 90 working days
Sanctioned Intake:
30 (thirty) out of which 12 (twelve) seats are for Tripura and rest 18 seats are for other N.E States.
Direct Entry:
Through Tripura State Govt Joint Entrance Examination conducted by Higher Education Department, Govt. of Tripura, for SC/ST/PH/Ex Serviceman or any other reservations shall be according to State Govt Norms Pass in HSC/ISC/AISSCE (10+2) or equivalent with individual pass in Physics, Chemistry, Biology (or) Mathematics both theory and practical with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate is mandatory for U.R candidates and 45% marks for S.C & S.T candidates. A pass in English with a minimum of 40% marks is mandatory for all categories.
Direct II Year B.Pharmacy course through Lateral Entry for D.Pharmacy holders:
Two seats reserved for first and second rank holder of D.Pharm Course from RIPSAT (Regional Institute of Pharmaceutical Science & Technology) of the previous year respectively and one seat reserved for in-service pharmacist from Govt of Tripura & should apply THROUGH PROPER CHANNEL should have aggregate of 60% marks in the first and second year D. Pharmacy examination and age limit within 45 years and who has completed 5 years of service. Study leave for two years will be granted for in-service candidates from Govt. of Tripura.
Medium of Instruction & Examinations
Medium of Instruction and Examination shall be in English
Attendance & Progress
A candidate is required to put in at least 75% attendance in theory and practical subjects separately in a recognized institution approved by and affiliated to Tripura University (A Central University). The candidate shall complete the prescribed course satisfactorily to be eligible to appear for the respective examinations.

Academic Work
Internal Assessment Marks:
Three theory sessional examinations evenly spread during the academic year shall be conducted. The average marks of the best two examinations shall be computed out of a maximum of 20 marks and shall constitute the sessional award in theory. Practical
Students are expected to perform the experiments listed in the respective syllabus. In addition, one practical sessional examinations evenly spread during each academic tenure shall be conducted. The marks of the one practical examination shall be computed out of 20 marks. University Examination
Semester examination shall be conducted for 80 marks in both Theory & Practical in every six months.
Criteria for pass
i) Candidates who have secured a minimum of 40% marks in the Theory (including sessional) and practical (including sessional) separately in any subject or subjects shall be declared to have passed in the subject and exempted from appearing in that subjects at subsequent examination.
ii) Theory and practical of a particular subject are considered as individual subjects for the purpose of pass criteria
iii) Every candidate shall undergo practical training in pharmaceutical Manufacturing House / Approved Hospital / CSIR research labs for a period of not less than one hundred and fifty hours to be covered in not less than 30 days after completing 6th semester B.Pharm course.

First Semester

Subject code

Subjects

Theory marks

Practical marks

Theory hours/week

Practical hours/week

PMC-101

Pharmaceutics – I

100

100

3

3

PCC-102

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – I (Inorganic)

100

100

3

3

PEC-103

Environmental Science & Community Health

100

-

3

-

BCA-104

Basic Electronic & Computer Programming

100

100

3

3

REM-105

Remedial Mathematics #

# Either REM or REB any one subject is to be taken

100

-

3

-

REB-106

Remedial Biology #

50

50

3

3

Second Semester

PMC-201

Pharmaceutics – II (Unit operation - I)

100

100

3

3

PCC-202

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – II (Basic Organic Chemistry)

100

100

3

3

PCA-203

Pharmaceutical Analysis – I

100

100

3

3

APH-204

Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education – I

100

100

3

3

Third Semester

PMC-301

Pharmaceutics – III (Unit operation -II)

100

100

3

3

PCC-302

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – III (Physical Chemistry)

100

100

3

3

PHC-303

Pharmacognosy – I (Basic)

100

100

3

3

ADM-304

Advance Mathematics & Biostatistics

100

100

3

3

APH-305

Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education – II

100

-

3

-

Fourth Semester

PMC-401

Pharmaceutics – IV (Physical Pharmacy)

100

100

3

3

PCC-402

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – IV (Heterocyclic Chemistry)

100

100

3

3

PHC-403

Pharmacognosy – II

100

100

3

3

PHM-404

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

100

100

3

3

PSG-405

Professional Communication & Seminar/Group Discussion

100

-

3

-

Fifth Semester

PMC-501

Pharmaceutics – V (Pharmaceutical Technology)

100

100

3

3

PCC-502

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – V (Biochemistry)

100

100

3

3

PMC-503

Pharmacy Practice (Hospital & Community Pharmacy)

100

100

3

3

PCT-504

Pathophysiology & Toxicology

100

-

3

-

PCA-505

Pharmaceutical Analysis – II

100

100

3

3

PIM-506

Pharmaceutical Industrial Management

100

-

3

-

Sixth Semester

PMC-601

Pharmaceutics-VI (Pharmaceutical Technology)

100

100

3

3

PCC-602

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – VI (Medicinal Chemistry – I)

100

100

3

3

PHC-603

Pharmacognosy – III

100

100

3

3

PHM-604

Pharmacology – I

100

100

3

3

PHB-605

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

100

-

3

-

PJE-606

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

100

-

3

-

Seventh Semester

PMC-701

Pharmaceutics-VII (Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics)

100

100

3

3

PCC-702

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – VII (Medicinal Chemistry – II)

100

100

3

3

PHC-703

Pharmacognosy – IV

100

100

3

3

PHM-704

Pharmacology – II

100

100

3

3

ELT-705

Elective

100

-

4

-

Eighth Semester

PMC-801

Pharmaceutics-VIII (Dosage design, NDDS & Cosmetology)

100

100

3

3

PCC-802

Pharmaceutical Chemistry – VII (Medicinal Chemistry – III)

100

100

3

3

SDH-803

Standardization & Product Development of Herbal drugs

100

100

3

3

PHM-804

Pharmacology – II

100

-

3

-

PCA-805

Pharmaceutical Analysis – III(Instrumental Analysis)

100

100

3

3

PJS-806

Project & Seminar

100

-

4

-

* Lateral entry students in to Semester – III have to pass “Basic Electronic & Computer Programming” of Semester – I in addition to their normal subjects.

   

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