B-Pharma or Bachelor of Pharmacy is an academic degree offered at the undergraduate level in India. This qualification is the fundamental requirement for getting the license to work as a pharmacist. If the students are interested to pursue higher studies on pharmacy in India like M.Pharma (Master of Pharmacy), then they will have to pass the B.Pharm examination.

The B.Pharma course typically comprises six subject areas and they are as follows

  •  Data analysis in pharmacy
  •  Biological outcome of medicines
  •  Invention of medicines
  •  Dosage form design
  •  Professional and social aspects of pharmacy
  •  Quality use of medicine

M.Pharmacy(Pharmaceutical Analysis)

The M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) and M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Technology) Programs lead to specialization in formulation development, manufacturing technology, and process development areas, which are essential specializations for manufacturing of traditional and novel drug delivery systems.

The second-year projects touch upon formulation development, stability studies, and process validation for traditional and novel drug delivery systems.

Some of the areas that have been taken-up by various batches since 2009 include hydrogels, microemulsions, microspheres, nanospheres, nanosuspensions, gastroretentive systems, solid-solid and solid-liquid dispersed systems, and development of modified accipients.

Continuous interaction with industries including Nectar life Sciences, Abbott Healthcare, Unichem, Jubilant Clinsys, Arbro Pharma, Dr Reddys Labs and other organizations for academic, conferences and placements is a special feature during the course.

M.Pharmacy(Pharmaceutical Analysis)

The Department was started in 2009 to afford a spotlight for pharmaceutical analysis at the SIPER College of Pharmacy. The department is provided with eminent faculty and researchers. Department of Pharmaceutical analysis is a central part of all the post graduate departments.

The Department is well equipped with modern analytical instruments and other facilities. A sophisticated central instrument lab is also under development to cater to the needs of analytical assistance to students and faculty. The department involves in various research activities like development and validation of novel analytical methods by using HPLC & UV-visible spectrophotometer. The faculty members have been attending various seminars, workshops and conferences at National and International levels. They have also been presenting and publishing their research findings in National/International journals.