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Courses - KVSRSCPS

KVSR Siddhartha College of Pharmaceutical Sciences - Vijayawada ( Andhra Pradesh )

Facilities
B.Pharma
1
Master of Pharmacy-M.Pharma
3
Stream
1
Specialization
4
UG
2
PG
3
B.Pharma Exam
NA
Master of Pharmacy-M.Pharma Exam
NA
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Medicine / Beauty / Health Care - Medicine / Beauty / Health Care-B.Pharma-pharmacy-UG, UG - Regular
4 Years

Duration

Rs. 25000
Annually

Fees

30

No. of Seats

1 Girl/1 Boys

Gender Ratio

4

Faculty

2

No. of Companies

2.0 lacs

Highest Salary

100000.0

Average Salary

90000.0

Min Salary

80%

Pass Percentage

80%

Passing in 1st Class

60%

Distinction

Eligibility

 

The candidate must have passed the (i) Intermediate examination of the Board of Intermediate Education,Govern-ment of Andhra Pradesh,
or Diploma in Pharmacy examination of the Dept. of Technical Education, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh or any other examination recognized by the academic senate as equivalent thereto with Physics, Chem-istry and Mathematics or Biology as group subjects and must have qualified in the Entrance Exams as prescribed by the University for being eligible to join I semester of B.Pharm course.

The degree of Batchelor of Pharmacy of Krishna University will be conferred on a candidate who has satisfied the following conditions.

The candidate must have passed the (i) Intermediate examination of the Board of Intermediate Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh, or Diploma in Pharmacy examination of the Dept. of Technical Education, Govt. of Andhra Pradesh or any other examination recognized by the academic senate as equivalent thereto with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics or Biology as group subjects and must have qualified in the Entrance Exams as prescribed by the University for being eligible to join I semester of B.Pharm course.

The candidate must have, after passing the qualifying examination pursued a regular course of study for not less than four academic years (three academic years in the case of diploma in pharmacy holders who are admitted directly in to 2nd year(3rd semester) of B.Pharm) and satisfied the academic requirements as prescribed thereafter. The scope of subject matter in each course and periods of study shall be as indicated in the syllabus and the scheme of instruction.

Instruction and examination in each academic year is spread over two semesters with a minimum of 90 working days in each semester (180 in any given academic year). How ever in the case of semesters I and II of B.Pharm the instruction and examination shall be organized simultaneously spread over the entire academic year of 180 days to save time that may be lost due to possible delays in the admission process.

Each period of instruction is of 45 minutes duration. Eight periods of instruction are provided on each day and there are six working days in a week (Monday to Saturday).

Attendance Requirements: A regular course of study during an academic semester means a minimum of average attendance of 75% of all the courses of the semester computed by totaling the number of periods of lectures and practicals, as the case may be, held in every course. In special cases where sufficient causes were shown, the Vice-Chancellor may on therecommendation of the Principal and Head of the Department concerned condone the deficiency in the average attendance to an extent of 9% for reasons such as ill health, if the application for condonation is submitted at the time of actual illness and is supported by certificate of; authorized Medical Officer approved

Medicine / Beauty / Health Care - Medicine / Beauty / Health Care-Pharm.D.-pharmacy, UG - Regular
6 Years

Duration

Rs. 35000
Annually

Fees

20

No. of Seats

1 Girl/3 Boys

Gender Ratio

5

Faculty

2

No. of Companies

3.0 lacs

Highest Salary

2.0 lacs

Average Salary

100000.0

Min Salary

80%

Pass Percentage

80%

Passing in 1st Class

60%

Distinction

Eligibility
Pharm D  

1) Short title and commencement. – (1) These regulations may be called the Pharm.D. Regulations 2008.
2) They shall come into force from the date of their publication in the official Gazette.
3) Pharm.D. shall consist of a certificate, having passed the course of study and examination as prescribed in these regulations, for the purpose of registration as a
pharmacist to practice the profession under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.

Pharm.D. shall consist of a certificate, having passed the course of study and examination as prescribed in these regulations, for the purpose of registration as a pharmacist to practice the profession under the Pharmacy Act, 1948.

Duration of the course :

a) Pharm.D: The duration of the course shall be six academic years (five years of study and one year of internship or residency) full time with each academic year spread over a period of not less than two hundred working days. The period of six years duration is divided into two phases –
Phase I – consisting of First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth academic year.
Phase II – consisting of internship or residency training during sixth year involving posting in speciality units. It is a phase of training wherein a student is exposed to actual pharmacy practi- ce or clinical pharmacy services and acquires skill under supervision so that he or she may become capable of functioning independently.

b) Pharm.D. (Post Baccalaureate): The duration of the course shall be for three academic years (two years of study and one year internship or residency) full time with each academic year spread over a period of not less than two hundred working days. The period of three years duration is divided into two phases –
Phase I – consisting of First and Second academic year.
Phase II – consisting of Internship or residency training during third year involving posting in speciality units. It is a phase of training wherein a student is exposed to actual pharmacy practice or clinical pharmacy services, and acquires skill under supervision so that he or she may become capable of functioning independently.

Minimum Qualification for Admission :-
a) Pharm.D. Part-I Course – A pass in any of the following examinations -
(1) 10+2 examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Mathematics or Biology.
(2) A pass in D.Pharm course from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act.
(3) Any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examinations. Provided that a student should complete the age of 17 years on or before 31st December of the year of admission to the course. Provided that there shall be reservation of seats for the students belonging to the Scheduled Castes

Medicine / Beauty / Health Care - Medicine / Beauty / Health Care-Master of Pharmacy-M.Pharma-Pharmaceutics-PG, PG - Regular
2 Years

Duration

Rs. 25000
Annually

Fees

18

No. of Seats

1 Girl/1 Boys

Gender Ratio

4

Faculty

2

No. of Companies

2.0 lacs

Highest Salary

100000.0

Average Salary

90000.0

Min Salary

80%

Pass Percentage

80%

Passing in 1st Class

60%

Distinction

Eligibility
Title of the Course
M.PHARMACY - Pharmaceutics, Pharamaceutical Analysis, Pharamaceutical Chemistry
2. Duration of the course
Two years (four semesters)
3. Eligibility criteria for admission
The candidate seeking admission in to M. Pharmacy course should have passed B.Pharmacy degree of any recognized university.
4. In take
18 Seats
5. Mode of Admission
The admission will be through common entrance examination.
6. Objectives of the course The objective is to train a candidate so as to ensure higher competence in both general and special area of interest and prepare him/her for a career in teaching, research and specialty practice. A candidate must achieve a high degree of professional proficiency in the subject matter and develop competence in research and its methodology as related to the field concerned.
7. Course Requirement
The course shall include Theory, Practicals, Tests, Seminars, Assignments and project work.
8. Course structure and Scheme of Examination
The course will be conducted on credit system and evaluation will be on seven point grading system.
9. Credit System
In this system credits will be allotted to each paper. Each theory paper will be given credits on the basis of number of teaching hours shown against each paper in the following table. One hour of teaching of theory paper in a week will be given one credit. Each practical will be given credits on the basis of number of practical hours shown against each practical in the following table. Two hours of practical paper in a week will be given one credit.
10. Gradation System
The course will be evaluated and the students will be graded on ten point scale with seven letter grades i.e., O, A, B, C, D, E, F.
11. Number of working days
In each semester at least ninety working days (15 weeks of six working days) must be dedicated for theory classes, practical classes and seminars.
12. Attendance
The regulations regarding the attendance, condonation will be as per the general regulations adopted by the university.
13. Paper setting and Evaluation Procedures
The regulations regarding the paper setting and evaluation procedures will be as per the general regulations adopted by the university.
14. Specialization
Pharmaceutics for the academic year 2010-2011.
15. Seminars and Assignments
a) The candidate should deliver two seminars in the First semester and One in the Second semester on the topics allotted. 3 teachers of the concerned subject shall evaluate each seminar.
b) At the end of the Second semester each candidate should face the comprehensive viva-voce examination evaluated by an external examiner along with two internal examiners.
c) The candidate should do two assignments in First semester and one assignment in Second semesters on the topics allotted. Two teachers of the concerned subject shall evaluate each of the assignment and average of two shall be the marks secured by the candidate.
16. Submission of Dissertation
a) Every candidate shall submit five copies of the dissertation including synopsis at the end of 4th semester.
b) An External Examiner shall evaluate the dissertation
submitted by the candidate and the Supervisor
Medicine / Beauty / Health Care - Medicine / Beauty / Health Care-Master of Pharmacy-M.Pharma-Pharmaceutical Analysis-PG, PG - Regular
2 Years

Duration

Rs. 30000
Annually

Fees

18

No. of Seats

1 Girl/1 Boys

Gender Ratio

3

Faculty

2

No. of Companies

2.0 lacs

Highest Salary

100000.0

Average Salary

90000.0

Min Salary

80%

Pass Percentage

80%

Passing in 1st Class

60%

Distinction

Eligibility

B.Pharma.

Medicine / Beauty / Health Care - Medicine / Beauty / Health Care-M.Pharma-Pharmaceutical Chemistry, PG - Regular
2 Years

Duration

Rs. 30000
Annually

Fees

18

No. of Seats

1 Girl/1 Boys

Gender Ratio

4

Faculty

2

No. of Companies

2.0 lacs

Highest Salary

100000.0

Average Salary

90000.0

Min Salary

80%

Pass Percentage

80%

Passing in 1st Class

60%

Distinction

Eligibility
1. Title of the Course
M.PHARMACY - Pharmaceutics, Pharamaceutical Analysis, Pharamaceutical Chemistry
2. Duration of the course
Two years (four semesters)
3. Eligibility criteria for admission
The candidate seeking admission in to M. Pharmacy course should have passed B.Pharmacy degree of any recognized university.
4. In take
18 Seats
5. Mode of Admission
The admission will be through common entrance examination.
6. Objectives of the course The objective is to train a candidate so as to ensure higher competence in both general and special area of interest and prepare him/her for a career in teaching, research and specialty practice. A candidate must achieve a high degree of professional proficiency in the subject matter and develop competence in research and its methodology as related to the field concerned.
7. Course Requirement
The course shall include Theory, Practicals, Tests, Seminars, Assignments and project work.
8. Course structure and Scheme of Examination
The course will be conducted on credit system and evaluation will be on seven point grading system.
9. Credit System
In this system credits will be allotted to each paper. Each theory paper will be given credits on the basis of number of teaching hours shown against each paper in the following table. One hour of teaching of theory paper in a week will be given one credit. Each practical will be given credits on the basis of number of practical hours shown against each practical in the following table. Two hours of practical paper in a week will be given one credit.
10. Gradation System
The course will be evaluated and the students will be graded on ten point scale with seven letter grades i.e., O, A, B, C, D, E, F.
11. Number of working days
In each semester at least ninety working days (15 weeks of six working days) must be dedicated for theory classes, practical classes and seminars.
12. Attendance
The regulations regarding the attendance, condonation will be as per the general regulations adopted by the university.
13. Paper setting and Evaluation Procedures
The regulations regarding the paper setting and evaluation procedures will be as per the general regulations adopted by the university.
14. Specialization
Pharmaceutics for the academic year 2010-2011.
15. Seminars and Assignments
a) The candidate should deliver two seminars in the First semester and One in the Second semester on the topics allotted. 3 teachers of the concerned subject shall evaluate each seminar.
b) At the end of the Second semester each candidate should face the comprehensive viva-voce examination evaluated by an external examiner along with two internal examiners.
c) The candidate should do two assignments in First semester and one assignment in Second semesters on the topics allotted. Two teachers of the concerned subject shall evaluate each of the assignment and average of two shall be the marks secured by the candidate.
16. Submission of Dissertation
a) Every candidate shall submit five copies of the dissertation including synopsis at the end of 4th semester.
b) An External Examiner shall evaluate the dissertation
submitted by the candidate and the Supervisor