A Master of Pharmacy (abbreviated M.Pharma) is a post-graduate academic degree in the field of pharmacy. In many countries, it has superseded a Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharm) as the prerequisite for registration to practice as a pharmacist. It may also refer to a postgraduate coursework or research degree in the field of pharmacy. Master of Pharmacy: - (M.Pharma) in India is offered as post graduate (graduate) course after completion of B.Pharma degree. The M.Pharmacy course is normally of two years duration. Ram Gopal College of Pharmacy Admission Open in M.Pharmacy for Current Session. The course focuses on specialization in the field of pharmacy like Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Pharmacognosy. The M.Pharma courses are offered by pharmacy colleges affiliated to universities leading to entry into the pharmacy profession. RGCP College Invites the Application for Master in Pharmacy Admission 2013-2014 Session
For M.Pharm admissions, candidates must have passed B.Pharm with at least 55% marks for general category.
Candidates belonging to Schedule Casts (SC) / Schedule Tribes and other Backward Classes (OBCs), the marks should be 50% in B.Pharm.
Gate qualified (With Valid gate score) candidates are preferred. Non-gate candidates are also eligible.
For Appearing in Annual exams, one should have 75% attendance in all subjects.
The duration of the course of M.Pharm shall be 2 years.
Pharmaceutics is concerned with the strategies by which biologically active compounds are presented to the body so as to elicit an optimal response. It includes are the design, preparation and testing of drug-delivery systems. There are two major areas of emphasis found in the current research in the Department of Pharmaceutics, Novel Drug Delivery (Nanotechnology based SR, CR & Targeted delivery and Biopharmaceutics (drug formulation, physical/industrial pharmacy, mechanisms and modeling of drug transport, molecular and cellular pharmaceutics) & Pharmacokinetics(Rate process, ADME Kinetics).
The Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry is one of the two academic units in the institutes. Its teaching missions include instruction in Pharmaceutical Chemistry to the students of post graduate (M.Pharm) programs and undergraduate (B.Pharm). The Department’s research enterprise is diverse, with both basic science and clinical interests in medicinal chemistry, natural products, drug discovery, structural biology, molecular biology, analytical chemistry, computational chemistry, LC-MS analysis and target bioassays, chemical toxicology, and others.