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    Cosmetology Syllabus & Subjects 2023

    Cosmetology Courses Syllabus & Subjects Overview

    Cosmetology syllabus is designed to ensure technical skills and competency among the students to earn after graduation. All the programmes available in relevance to the study are skill and competency-based. The curriculum is hence practically inclined even for short-term courses certificate courses.

    The overall course outcomes are designed by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. Still, the overall syllabus of undergraduate bachelor’s degrees and postgraduate master’s degrees is left to the discretion of the colleges and universities offering the programmes. That said, the Ministry specifically designed the Diploma in Cosmetology programme syllabus to ensure its employability. 

    Students can refer further to this page about the syllabus and subjects of Cosmetology courses in India.

    Cosmetology Courses Syllabus

    The syllabus design of all main programmes available in the Cosmetology stream has been discussed in this section.

    Diploma in Cosmetology Syllabus

    The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship oversees the design of the Diploma in Cosmetology syllabus. The course curriculum is designed to ensure that the students on graduation have the competency to start their own ventures on the basis of course outcomes.

    Here is how the one-year Diploma in Cosmetology programme syllabus is set:

    SubjectsNotional training Hours
    Professional Skill (Trade Practical)1350
    Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)270
    Employability Skills110
    Library & Extracurricular activities70
    Project Work160
    Revision and Examination120

    B.Tech in Cosmetology Syllabus

    The syllabus for B.Tech in Cosmetology programmes shall differ on an institutional basis. The three-year degree programme is delivered in semesters. The most common syllabus has been detailed below along with tentative theory and practical credits:

    Subjects Theory CreditsPractical Credits
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester I Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology I31.5
    Cosmetics Chemistry I31.5
    Herbal Cosmetics I31.5
    Dermatology I31.5
    Computer Application3-
    Mathematics & Statistics I3-
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester II Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology II31.5
    Cosmetics Chemistry II31.5
    Herbal Cosmetics II31.5
    Dermatology II31.5
    Perfume and Colours I31.5
    Mathematics & Statistics II3-
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester III Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology III31.5
    Cosmetics Chemistry III31.5
    Beauty Culture & Clinical Cosmetic I31.5
    Perfume and Colours II31.5
    Cosmetic Engineering I31.5
    Dermatology III3-
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester IV Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology IV31.5
    Cosmetics Chemistry IV31.5
    Beauty Culture & Clinical Cosmetic II31.5
    Cosmetic Analysis I31.5
    Cosmetic Engineering II31.5
    Dermatology IV3-
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester V Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology V31.5
    Perfume & Colour III31.5
    Herbal Cosmetics III31.5
    Physical Cosmetics I31.5
    Cosmetic Analysis II31.5
    Cosmetic Management I3-
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester VI Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology VI31.5
    Perfume & Colour IV31.5
    Herbal Cosmetics IV31.5
    Physical Cosmetics II31.5
    Cosmetic Analysis III31.5
    Cosmetic Management II3-
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester VII Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology VII31.5
    Perfume & Colour V31.5
    Herbal Cosmetics V31.5
    Cosmetic Analysis IV31.5
    Cosmetic Engineering III31.5
    B.Tech in Cosmetics Semester VIII Syllabus
    Cosmetic Technology VIII31.5
    Perfume & Colour VI31.5
    Herbal Cosmetics VI31.5
    Cosmetic Jurisprudence3-
    Cosmetic Engineering-IV31.5
    Total Credits13852.5

    M.Tech in Cosmetology Syllabus

    Similar to B.Tech in Cosmetics, M.Tech in Cosmetology syllabus is variable on an institutional basis. However, students can expect dissertations and seminars to be common among all course curricula as well as Cosmetology specialisations.

    Here is the M.Tech in Cosmetology syllabus that is most common:

    M.Tech Cosmetology Semester I Syllabus
    Principles of Cosmetic TechnologyTheory
    Quality Assurance TechniqueTheory
    Product Development & FormulationTheory
    Research MethodologyTheory
    Quality Assurance TechniquePractical
    Product Development & FormulationPractical
    M.Tech Cosmetology Semester II Syllabus
    Advance Cosmetic Technology IBoth
    Advance Cosmetic Technology IIBoth 
    Skin DermatologyTheory
    M.Tech Cosmetology Semester III Syllabus
    Seminar on Research envisaged for DissertationNA
    Seminar on Recent Trends in Cosmetics SciencesNA
    M.Tech Cosmetology Semester IV Syllabus
    Seminar, Dissertation & Viva voiceNA

    Cosmetology Courses Subjects

    The subjects of Cosmetology courses have been descriptive for the topics and practicals involved in the course study of above-discussed programmes.

    Diploma in Cosmetology Subjects

    The three subjects which involve theoretical support in Diploma in Cosmetology programme have been detailed by the Ministry for their topics and metrics to achieve the course outcomes.

    Here are all the topics and methods involved in the pedagogy of the Diploma in Cosmetology syllabus and subjects:

    SubjectsNotional training Hours
    Professional Skill (Trade Practical)
    • Personal grooming
    • Telephone etiquettes
    • Working on improving poise
    • Trolley setting
    • Use of different sterilizing gadgets
    • Practice in disinfection procedures
    • Client consultation
    • Allergy test procedure
    • Practice in waxing- hot, cold & warm wax
    • Practice by chemical depilation method
    • Patch test procedure
    • Bleaching procedure
    • Filling of record card
    • Use of tools & equipment
    • Practice of Massage
    • Practice in different types of basic nail shapes
    • Practice in different types of manicure & pedicure
    • Nail Art
    • Skin analysis
    • Cleaning procedure
    • Practice in facial with the help of different equipments
    • Application of different types of packs & masks according to skin type
    • Scalp analysis
    • Practice in using gadgets
    • Safety precautions - Do's & Dont's
    • After care
    • Practice in different types of cuts
    • Special cutting techniques
    • Elevation
    • Stamina building exercises
    • Deep breathing exercises
    • Practice in Suksham Vayayam
    • Practice in Surya Namaskar
    • Practice in all Sthool Vayayam
    Professional Knowledge (Trade Theory)
    • Personality Development
    • Communication Skills
    • Sterilization and Sanitization
    • Temporary removal of Superfluous hair
    • Threading, Tweezing and Bleaching
    • Manicure and Pedicure
    • Facials
    • Hair
    • Head Massage, Shampooing, Conditioning & Deepconditioning
    • Hair Cutting & Blowdry
    • Yoga and its Components
    • Yogic SukshamVayayam
    • Surya Namaskar 
    • Yogic SthoolVayayam
    Employability Skills
    • English Literacy; Pronunciation, Functional Grammar, Reading, Writing, Speaking or Spoken English
    • IT Literacy; Basics of Computer, Computer Operating System, Word Processing and Worksheet, Computer Networking and Internet
    • Communication Skills; Introduction to Communication Skills, Listening Skills, Motivational Training, Facing Interviews, Behavioral Skills
    • Entrepreneurship Skills; Concept of Entrepreneurship, Project Preparation & Marketing Analysis, Institution’s Support, Investment Procurement
    • Productivity; Benefits, Affecting Factors, Comparison with Developed Countries, Personal Finance Management
    • Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Education; Safety & Health, Occupational Hazards, Accident & Safety, First Aid, Basic Provisions, Ecosystem, Pollution, Energy Conservation, Ground Water, Environment
    • Labour Welfare Legislation; Welfare Acts
    • Quality Tools; Quality Consciousness, Quality Circles, Quality Management, System, House Keeping, Quality Tools

    B.Tech in Cosmetology Subjects

    The topics that shall be included in the subject study of B.Tech in Cosmetics programme have been detailed below:

    Subjects Theory TopicsPracticals
    Cosmetic Technology I
    • Introduction of Cosmetics
    • Excipients & its applications in cosmetics; Oily Materials, Surface Active Agents, Humectants, Antioxidants
    • Safety of Cosmetics
    • Preparations of various types of Emulsions o/w & w/o
    • Identification of types of Emulsions
    • Preparation of Simple mixtures
    • Preparation of suspension
    • Stability study of suspension by use of thickening agents Flocculating agents
    Cosmetics Chemistry I
    • Review of Electronic structure of atom, Periodic classification and group properties of elements
    • Structure nomenclature, preparation and reactions of following groups in cosmetics
    • States of Matter
    • Liquid
    • Solids
    • Systematic organic analysis of unknown organic sample , determination of physical constant and specific tests and preparation of derivatives
    • Cosmetics material synthesis based on Acetylating, Hydrolysis, Nitration, Condensation
    • Determination of surface tension and viscosity
    Herbal Cosmetics I
    • History, definition, developmental and role of natural products in cosmetic and medicine
    • Herbs description and morphology of organized and un-organized herbs
    • Different systems of classification of natural excipients, their merits and demerits
    • Storage and preparation of Herbal drugs for commercial market
    • Adulteration of Natural products
    • Study of organoleptic properties, identification & Microscopical studies of rice, maize, wheat, and potato starch
    • Study of Physical characters and Identification test of Agar, Gum-Acacia, Tragacanth, Guar Gum, Pectin, Cellulose, Cotton, and Honey
    • Study of chemical Identification of vegetable fixed oils and waxes
    Dermatology I
    • The cell structure & different tissues of body
    • Detailed knowledge of structure & functions of skin
    • Detailed knowledge of structure & functions of hair
    • Detailed knowledge of structure & functions of  sweat glands & sebaceous glands
    • Detailed knowledge of structure & functions of Nail & Tooth
    • To Study the compound microscope in details
    • To determine the bleeding time of own blood sample
    • To determine the clotting time of own blood sample
    • To estimate haemoglobin conc. of own blood sample
    • To detect the Blood group of own blood sample
    Computer Application
    • Basic Electronics
    • Computers
    • Flowcharting and algorithm development
    • Introduction to Computer Programming
    • Computer applications in pharmaceutical and clinical studies
    • Sorting of numerical data
    • Sales analysis, finding area wise sales, percentage of sales
    • Inventory control and order processing system
    • Generation of graphs 
    • Resizing of windows, mouse, tutorials, switching from one application to another 
    • Creating e-mail account
    • Preparation of powerpoint presentation
    Mathematics & Statistics I
    • Trigonometry
    • Differential calculus
    • Differential equations
    • Introduction to Statistics
    Cosmetic Technology II
    • Scope of cosmetics profession
    • Cosmetics Containers
    • Types of Cosmetic Containers
    • Material of construction for containers
    • Biphasic Liquid formulations
    • Preparation of ointment bases
    • Preparation of paste & Jelly bases
    • Preparation of simple stick bases
    • Preparation of cosmetics like cleansing cream, Lotion cold cream, vanishing creams
    Cosmetics Chemistry II
    • Physical Properties of materials potentially used in cosmetics. Dielectric constant, including polarization of non-polar molecules refractive index, molar refraction, optical activity, interfacial tension, cohesion, adhesion and spreading adsorption at solid / liquid and solid /gas interfaces and their applications in cosmetics
    • Cosmetic necessities
    • Chemistry of emulsions in cosmetic formulation and importance of branched chain compounds in cosmetics
    • The Federal, Food drug, cosmetic act and regulation of cosmetics
    • Hazards in chemistry laboratories and necessary precautions
    • Molecular weight determination by various methods
    • Study of various physical properties of cosmetic raw materials
    Herbal Cosmetics II
    • Study of following with reference to their sources, characters, phytochemistry, chemical constituents, identification test & cosmetic uses of Lipids
    • Study of carbohydrates & starches agar, gum, acacia, tragacanth, gaurgum, pectin, cellulose, cotton, honey
    • Study of Mineral ingredients
    • Balsams & Resins, their types and study of the following
    • Tannins
    • Organoleptic study of Balsam of Tolu, Balsam of Peru, Benzoin, Storax, Colophony, and Asafoetida
    • Organoleptic study and Identification test of tannin containing agents
    • Detection of Adulteration of lipids
    Dermatology II
    • Temperature conservation & Heat balance of the body. Factors influencing it
    • Blood
    • Resistance & Immunity a detailed study
    • Food & nutrition, Balanced diet
    • Brief knowledge of different system of body
    • Proper Hygiene Habits
    • To demonstrate & setup neubar slide under the microscope
    • To determine the total WBC of own Blood sample
    • To determine the differentiate leucocyte count of own blood sample
    • To determine total RBC of own blood sample
    • To study of model of skin in detail
    • To study the histology of different organs
    • To study the structure (model) of eye
    Perfume and Colours I
    • Fixatives
    • Cosmetics of fragrance
    • Methods of manufacturing : Method & General names, compounding, safety
    • Alcohols
    • Distillation of alcohols 
    • Distillation of essential oil
    Mathematics & Statistics II
    • Integral Calculus
    • Statistics
    • Numerical Integration
    Cosmetic Technology V
    • Skin Care cosmetics
    • Face packs & Masks
    • Gels
    • Ointment and paste
    • Body Cosmetics
    • Foot Preparations
    • Preparation of Antiperspirant & Antioderant
    • Foot Preparations like foot cream, foot scrub, foot powder
    • Face preparations – Face masks, face powders
    Perfume & Colour III
    • Oderous materials manufactured synthetically by processes with reaction flow diagrams
    • Flavours
    • Packaging of perfumes with special emphasis on aerosol products
    • General formulations
    • Estimation of fundamentals groups like hydroxy, amino carbonyl, vitro, halogens, etc.
    • Kejeldhals estiamtion for nitrogen determination
    • Extraction of volatile oils & its identification
    Herbal Cosmetics III
    • Volatile Oils
    • Study of Cosmeceuticals of allergenic extracts
    • Antioxidants
    • Various methods of extraction and Isolation of herbal constituents
    • Organoleptics studies & Identification test of certain herbals drugs
    • Extraction of Volatile oil from various herbal drugs
    • Practical based on preparations of various cosmetic product using herbal drugs
    Physical Cosmetics I
    • Interfacial Phenomena
    • Complexation
    • Rheology
    • Micromeritics
    • To determine surface tension of given sample by stalagmometer
    • To determine viscosity by using Ostwald viscometers at room temperature
    • To determine interfacial tension of given sample
    • To determine hardness of given sample by complexometric analysis method
    • To study effect of lubricating agent on the flow properties of powder
    Cosmetic Analysis II
    • Miscellaneous methods of analysis
    • Theoretical aspects, Basic instrumentation and applications of following methods in cosmetics. Polarimetry, refractometry, potentiometry, pH measurement, conductometry
    • Quality Assurance ISO, ICH Regulatory control, Validation of equipment and analytical instruments. 
    • Testing of containers and closures
    • Stability aspect of cosmetic preparations
    • Analysis of oils and fats used in cosmetics
    • Quantitative tests for detection of proteins and amino acids and quantitative estimation of proteins, separation of amino acids by TLC 
    • Estimation of ascorbic acids
    • Identification tests and analysis of lanolin, kaolin and Bentonite.
    • Preparation of standard buffers and measurements of pH
    • Isolation of casein from milk and identification test for protein
    Cosmetic Management I
    • Management process and Organisational behaviour concepts
    • Human Resources Management
    • Managerial skill development
    • Marketing Management
    Cosmetic Technology VI
    • Antioxidants
    • Skin products for Babies
    • Coloured Cosmetics
    • Stability of Cosmetics
    • Depilatories
    • Eye Care Preparations
    • Preparations based on gels
    • Preparations of body cosmetics at least two examples from each category
    • Preparation of sulphide & thioglycolate depilatories
    • Nail preparations
    Perfume & Colour IV
    • Specially perfumed products
    • Colour, Pigment & Dyes
    • Heterocyclic compounds, chemistry, preparation and properties of some importance systems isoquinoline, acridine, phenothiazines
    • Classification, chemistry and cosmetic properties of cosmeceutical important monoterpenes
    • Alkaloide
    • Study of soxhlet apparatus and its use for extraction
    • Distillation of alcohol 
    • Identifications of perfume and flavours. 
    • Synthesis of odorous materials
    Herbal Cosmetics IV
    • Application of herbs and their constituents in cosmetic formulation
    • Plants for Aromatherapy & Cosmetics
    • Development and Quality control of Herbal Cosmetics development safety & efficacy evaluation
    • Incorporation of herbal extracts in various herbal cosmetic products
    • Herbs used for skin care
    • Herbs used for Hair care
    • Herbs used for Nail care
    • Cosmaceuticals aids & Technical products
    • Herbal Colours
    Physical Cosmetics II
    • Colloidal Dispersion
    • Surface active agents
    • Emulsion
    • Suspension
    • Diffusion
    • To determine the critical micellar concentration of given surfactant
    • To determine bulk density, true density & percentage porosity of given powder
    • To determine the HLB value of glyceryl monostearate, Tween 80
    • To determine sedimentation volume of given suspension. 
    • To determine the particle size of a given suspension using the microscopic method. 
    • To determine globule size of emulsion by optical microscopy
    • To prepare and carry out, a diffusion study of antiageing cream
    • Determination of Zeta potential of using given suspension & emulsion a demonstration
    • Accelerated stability studies on emulsion & suspension.
    Cosmetic Analysis III
    • Study of UV, Visible spectrophotometry and I.R. Spectrophotometry
    • Chromatography
    • Study of Flame photometry and fluorimetry and its application in cosmetics
    • General concept , current legislation of cosmetic in different countries
    • ISO its significances
    • Study of Lambort Berr’s law and Quantitative estimation of cosmetic formulations by spectrophotometer
    • Quantitative estimation of cosmetics formulation by using instrumental techniques
    • Study of rheological properties of semisolids
    • Microbial analysis
    Cosmetic Management II
    • Production Management
    • Entrepreneurial Development
    • Financial Management
    • Small scale industries and cottage industries with emphasis on soaps, Detergents and other cosmetics industries
    Cosmetic Technology VII
    • Microencapsulation
    • Core and coating properties
    • Various methods employed for microencapuslation processes
    • Lipsomes
    • Skin care cosmetics
    • Shaving preparation
    • Stability studies on lather shaving cream, foot powder sunscreen cream & Lotions
    • Loading of core material (Act ive) in microcapsule / Sphere core i.e. liquid or solids at least three formulations
    • Preparation of liposome for Novel Cosmetics at least 3 formulations
    • Aerosol Preparation
    Perfume & Colour V
    • Sources of Raw material and their use in formulation of perfumes
    • General formulations of perfumes
    • Specially perfumed products
    • Preparation of Emulsified fragrances, Solid fragrances, Simple Floral fragrances, Alcoholic fragrances solution, and Cologens & Toilet waters
    • Perfuming of powders
    Herbal Cosmetics V
    • Evaluation of Natural Products
    • GLPs regulatory requirements for pre/non clinical & clinical studies to produce standard herbal products
    • Systematic examination of powdered drugs – Examination of organized & unorganized drugs
    • Extraction of Medicinal plants
    • Estimation of the parameters limit used for standardisation
    • Determination of extractable matter
    Cosmetic Analysis IV
    • Importance of quality control in cosmetic preparations and guidelines for hygienic manufacture of cosmetics
    • Evaluation of active ingredients in finished products
    • Tanning and whitening agents , Hair Dyes, Preservatives, Sunscreen preparation, shampoo, toothpastes, powders, lipsticks & common cosmetics and toiletry products
    • General concept of microbial analysis classification, nutritional requirements of microbes, factors influencing antimicrobial activity
    • Staining techniques, preparation of media. Isolation of culture
    • Aseptic transfer
    • Antimicrobial assay & MIC determination of antibacterial agents used in cosmetics
    • Experiments based on various chromatographic techniques
    • Evaluation of active ingredients from finished products
    Cosmetic Engineering III
    • Design consideration
    • Process Hazards & Safety measures in Equipment design
    • Centrifuging
    • Reaction vessel
    • Pressure vessel
    • Corrosion
    • Use of instruments, the practice of lettering
    • Elementary ideas of first angle & third angle projections. Top view, front view & Sections
    • Projections of simple solids such as cone, cylinder, prism
    • Section of solids
    • Various machine elements like screw threads, nuts & bolts rivets, shafts keys, coupling & joints
    • Topic given at the start of Semester VII
    • Evaluation on basis of communication, representation and skill in oral presentation
    Cosmetic Technology VIII
    • Hair care cosmetics
    • Hair straighteners
    • Oral Care cosmetics
    • Mouthwashes
    • Current trends in cosmetics formulations use of nutraceuticals & cosmeceuticals in cosmetics
    • Development & Formulation of hair dye formulations
    • Preparation based on nutraceuticals & cosmeceuticals
    • Study of rheological properties of some creams wing brook field viscometer a practical demonstration
    • Dentrifrices
    Perfume & Colour VI
    • Packaging of perfumes with special emphases on aerosol products. Principle and mechanism, method of preparation, cold fill method and press fill method and packaging
    • Classification of colours
    • Dyes
    • Synthesis of colours
    • Incorporation of colours in various cosmetics preparations
    • Preparation of hair dyes
    Herbal Cosmetics VI
    • Evaluation of Extract
    • Standardization of Herbal Drugs
    • Applications of chromatography and spectroscopy in plants drugs analysis
    • Antioxidant approach with special emphasis on Herbal Drugs
    Evaluation of Herbal Extract
    Cosmetic Jurisprudence
    • Drug & Cosmetics Acts & Rules
    • Factory Act 
    • Contract Act
    • Sales Promotion Employees Act
    • Medicinal & Toilet preparation Act & Rules
    • Introduction to regulatory agencies
    Cosmetic Engineering-IV
    • Design of machine element
    • Storage vessels
    • Distillation
    • Crushing and Grinding
    • Refrigeration
    • Agitators
    • Heat Exchangers
    • Design of reaction vessel
    • Design of pressure vessel
    • Design of heat exchanges
    • Design of agitator
    • Design of dryer
    • Separation of azeotropic mixture
    • Determination of boiling point of a pure volatile liquid & mixture of volatile liquids using boiling point diagram
    • Topic based on current pharmaceutical development
    • Allotted at commencement of Semester VI
    • Evaluated on basis of Introduction and information retrieval systems, Organization of material and references in the project report, Representation, Skill in oral presentation, Questioning and defending, and finally on the report

    M.Tech in Cosmetology Subjects

    Students can refer here for the topics included in two-year M.Tech in Cosmetology programme:

    Principles of Cosmetic Technology
    • Inter facial Phenomena
    • Solubilization
    • Theories of Dispersion Techniques
    • Suspension
    • Emulsions
    • Rheology
    • Micromerities
    Quality Assurance Technique
    • The theoretical aspects, basic instrumentation and applications of Separation, Spectroscopic, Nephilometry and Turbidimetry techniques in analysis of cosmetic raw materials and cosmetic preparation
    • General methods of analysis to determine quality of raw materials used in cosmetic industry and evaluation of products
    • Validation of analytical methods and calibration of instruments and equipments
    • Sampling plans and procedures
    • Stability testing
    • Documentation
    • Principles and procedure involved in Biological tests
    • Determination of toxic elements
    • Introduction of skin absorption and studies and their importance
    • Quality assessment of packaging containers, closures
    • Compliance and drug and cosmetic act 1940
    Product Development & Formulation
    • Development of New Cosmetics
    • Pilot Plant scale up techniques
    •  Topical active delivery system
    • Product Developemnt Approaches
    • Performualtion studies
    •  Physical properties
    • Histograms and Frequency Polygons, measure of central tendency, skewness and kurtosis : 
    • Probability - Bayes theorem, variable and distributions (including Chi-square, t and f test)
    • Nonparametric tests - Sign, run and order statistics median tests
    • Confidence intervals, square methods, regressions and randomizations
    • Analysis of variance (1-2- and 3-way) and covariance
    • Quantitative response relationship and profit analysis
    • Correlation and Co-efficient of Correlation
    Research Methodology
    • Introduction to Research Methodology
    • Data Collection and Measurement
    • Data Presentation and Analysis
    • Report Writing and Presentation
    • Research Paper
    Quality Assurance TechniqueNA
    • Use of spectrophotometer for analysis of cosmetic raw materials and their formulations
    • Applications of Basic Chromatographic techniques
    • Simultaneous estimation of combination preparation
    • Application of IR for interpretation of samples with different functional groups
    • Analysis of cosmetic and their adulteration with reference to drugs and cosmetic rules 1945
    Product Development & FormulationNA
    • Evaluation of Stability of Emulsions through different methods
    • Evaluation of Stability of Suspensions through different methods
    • To measure Zeta potential of emulsion and to co-relate with stability
    • To measure Zeta potential of suspensions and to co-relate with stability
    • To Study the thixotropic behaviours of some creams
    • To Study the thixotropic behaviours of some lotions
    • Viscosity
    • Sedimentation
    • To demonstrate the effect of air entrapment on rheology of creams
    • To determine the cmc of surfactants by stalagmometer
    • To determine the cmc of surfactants by capillary rise method
    • To study the effect of salts on cmc of surfactant
    • Determination of amount of surfactants with respect to phasevolume ratio
    • Antioxidants, Emulsifying agents
    • Interaction between the preservatives, antioxidants, emulsifying agents
    • Interaction of above mentioned additives on the different packaging material
    • To study the effect of pH on partition co-efficient of weak acids
    • To study the effect of solvents on partition co-efficient of weak acids
    • To study the flow properties of powders
    Advance Cosmetic Technology I
    • Unit operations
    • Skin care cosmetics
    • Eye Cosmetics
    • Microencapsulation technique in cosmetics
    • Formulation and Preparation of various skin care cosmetics
    • Formulations and Preparations of Eye Cosmetics
    • Evaluation of above formulations
    • Preparations of microcapsules using biodegradable polymer 
    Advance Cosmetic Technology II
    • Liposomal delivery of cosmetics
    • Hairs
    • Hair Care Cosmetics
    • Nail Cosmetics
    • Formulations and Preparations of various Hair Care Cosmetics
    • Shampoo
    • Hair Tonics, Hair setting preparations, Hair Grooming product, Shaving Soaps, Hair Colorants, Hair oils
    • Formulations and preparation of Cosmetics for Nails
    •  Formulations and preparations of Dental cosmetics
    • Preparations of liposome using different film formers & bases
    Skin Dermatology
    • Skin; Anatomy and Physiology of skin and appendages, Hair, Nail, Sebaceous Gland, Sweat Gland
    • Common Dermatological Diseases and Therapy
    • Formulary

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    LPU is the best university for pursuing the B.Design(Graphic), as there will be team-based and individual study will prepare you for work within a dynamic and exciting industry. The degree will produce graduates able to work in a rapidly expanding digital sector including, but not limited to, film, games, education, and engineering Other career options include Freelancer, Graphic Designers, Illustrators, Comic Artists, Pre-press Artists, Graphic Designer and Educators High focus on developing design thinking and intensive practical training through exploration of courses graphic design for Print Media, Interactive Media and Motion Graphics. Hands-on experience by working on live projects to develop a sense of problem-solving, critical thinking in order to gain real-life understanding. In addition to core curricula, the course offers subjects like communication and soft skills to enhance personality and employability. Multimedia students of LPU has campus placements in companies like Amazon ( as 3d Artist), Rockstar games, Kony India, xentrix studio, Dq entertainment, Prime focus, Green gold animation and so on with maximum packages of 8 Lacs per annum and average packages are 5 Lacs per annum. After b. design in multimedia and graphics and even Masters degrees also. Faculty members are well experienced and specialised and everyone from industry having More than 8 to 10 years of experience in their respective field. Everyone is so helpful and good mentors

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