On successful completion of the course, the students will be able to
BP401T Pharmaceutical Organic chemistry-III
- Know the medicinal uses and other applications of organic compounds.
- Understand the methods of preparation and properties of organic compounds.
- Explain the stereo chemical aspects of organic compounds and stereo chemical reactions.
- Explain isomerism phenomena of drug.
BP402T Medicinal Chemistry-I
- Understand general structural features of substances having therapeutic value.
- Detailed chemistry, nomenclature along with physicochemical properties of the drugs.
- Know modes of actions and related adverse effects.
- Understand chemical influences on biodisposition, drug-drug interactions.
- Identify pathways for drug metabolism.
BP403T Physical Pharmaceutics-II
- Explain the role of particle size, electrolyte and rheology in pharmaceuticals.
- Identify and explain the physicochemical and formulation properties of a drug that influence its absorption and stability.
- Know the principles of chemical kinetics and to use them for stability testing and determination of expiry date of formulations.
- Recognize basic rules and equations regarding physical principles essential for pharmaceutical applications .
- Demonstrate uses of physicochemical properties in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms.
- Define the fundamental concepts of pharmacology and pharmacokinetics.
- Understand the basics of pharmacodynamics, adverse reactions, drug interactions and drug discovery.
- Identify the role of neurohumoral transmission and drugs acting on peripheral nervous system.
- Analyze the functions of neurotransmitters and drugs acting on central nervous system.
- Appraise the pharmacology of psychopharmacological agents.
BP405T Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry-I
- Recall the history, scope and development of pharmacognosy.
- Remember different sources of crude drugs and also classify them accordingly.
- Illustrate students about cultivation, collection, processing and storage of crude drugs.
- Analyze quality of crude drugs.
- Plan systematic pharmacognostic study of primary metabolites, ayurvedic drugs, marine drugs and teratogens.
BP406P Medicinal Chemistry-I
- Recall the basic requirements for synthesis and assay of drugs.
- Explain the techniques involved in isolation and purification of drugs and intermediates.
- Analyze the selected drugs present in dosage forms and to determine the percentage purity.
- Determine the physicochemical property of drugs and draw its importance.
BP407P Physical Pharmaceutics-II
- Operate different pharmaceutical laboratory instruments used in determining various physical properties such as surface tension, viscosity, particle size and complexes.
- Work effectively in a team to measure and understand various physical properties.
- Solve problems related to stability, flow property and compressibility.
- Perform skillfully some laboratory processes needed in pharmacy practice as determination of physical properties of powders and liquid dosage form.
- Learn about basic instruments, common laboratory animals used in experimental pharmacology and to organize animal house as per the CPCSEA guidelines.
- Demonstrate the common laboratory techniques like routes of administration , blood withdrawal for animal studies.
- Interpret the effects of various drugs on animals and correlate with humans.
- Evaluate the pharmacological screening of drugs in rats/mice.
- Predict various screening models for anticonvulsant and anxiolytic activity.
BP409P Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry-I
- Remember different morphological and microscopical characteristic features of crude drugs.
- Understand the cellular structure of crude drugs.
- Evaluate the crude drugs by quantitative evaluation methods.
- Evaluate the crude drugs by physical methods of evaluation.
- Evaluate the crude drugs by chemical methods of evaluation.