Full form of B.Pharma is Bachelor of Pharmacy. Whenever a cure for a disease is found, Pharmacy has a really big role in researching and testing it before it is available for treatment. The medicine which includes diagnosing the cause of disease and then, treatment to eradicate the disease or to prevent it from growing in the environment; Pharmacists are becoming an integral part of the healthcare industry for this and making the sector a success. It is a major segment of healthcare Industry contributing to research in medicinal drugs as well as developing, manufacturing and supply of medications in Market.
As a Pharmacy practitioner who understands medicines majorly work in research and development of pain drugs, work on medical complications by altering the drugs. Also, to quality check and control as per the regulations of the Pharmacy Council. The Pharmacy sector is divided into different segments including hospital/clinical pharmacy, industrial pharmacy and Pharmacy Regulators, etc.
A Bachelor of Pharmacy degree is the gateway for entering the Pharmacy sector in Medical and Health Care Industry. One who pursues this degree studies core subjects including Pharmaceuticals, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacognosy.
The Bachelor of Pharmacy course is for candidates who have completed their higher secondary education i.e. 10+2 with subject combination of either Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics.
The following are the labs run by the department:
The institute is having five pharmaceutics labs including AC instrumentation lab and machine room. All labs are well equipped with sophisticated instruments including UV spectrophotometer, HPLC, multi-station Franz diffusion cell assembly, Brookfield Viscometer, 12station Tablet Compression Machine, I-disso Electrolab etc.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab
Pharmaceutical chemistry is the study of drugs, and it involves drug development. This includes drug discovery, delivery, absorption, metabolism, and more. There are elements of biomedical analysis, pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics. Pharmaceutical chemistry work is usually done in a lab setting
Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology Laboratory. … The laboratory’s rapidly expanding test menu includes routine assays for drugs that are also offered by other clinical laboratories but its primary focus is on drugs for which therapeutic drug monitoring is not available anywhere else
Pharmacy Practice Lab
The Pharmacy Practice Lab is used by students to practice and master their drug compounding and preparation skills in various dosage forms, including the injectables before entering the workforce. A new cleanroom facility is included in this lab.