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Jamia Hamdard

Diploma Programmes in Pharmacy

Category: Medicine > Pharmacy
Type: Full Time Residential
Level: Diploma
Duration: 2 Year


Course Structure

Course Structure: The number of hours of teaching in theory as well as practical in the various subjects of Diploma in Pharmacy Part-I and Part-II are listed below. Each academic year will have at least 180 working days. There will be a total of 500 hours of practical training spread over a period of not less than 3 months. The course contents are given in the Syllabus. S.No Subject 1. Part-I Pharmaceutics-I 2. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I 3. Pharmacognosy 4. Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology 5. Human Anatomy & Physiology 6. Health Education & Community Pharmacy Unani Pharmacy Part-II Pharmaceutics-II Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Organic Chemistry) Pharmacology & Toxicology Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence Drug Store & Business Management Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy Scheme of Examination: The distribution of marks for theory and practical work in different papers during the course of study is detailed below. The duration of annual examination in theory as well as practical papers will be 3 hours. YEAR / Paper Pharmaceutics-I Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I Pharmacognosy Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology Human Anatomy & Physiology Unani Pharmacy Pharmaceutics-II Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II (Organic Chemistry) Pharmacology & Toxicology Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence Drug Store & Business Management Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy Unani Pharmacy


Course Requirements / Eligibility

Eligibility A candidate seeking admission to D.Pharm. programme must have : (a) passed Senior Secondary (12th Standard/Intermediate) examination with Physics, Chemistry and Biology from the Central Board of Secondary Education or any other examination recognized by Jamia Hamdard as equivalent thereto, securing at least 50% marks in the aggregate of Physics, Chemistry and Biology. (b) appeared in the Entrance Test conducted by Jamia Hamdard. For admission against NRI/ Sponsored seats ,written test is not required . Selection procedure The candidates seeking admission to D. Pharm. programme, shall have to appear in the Diploma Entrance Test (DET) . The test paper shall comprise of questions on Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Awareness. The standard of questions will be that of qualifying examination i.e. Senior Secondary/Intermediate. The selection will be made on the basis of merit determined by the performance of the candidates in the written test only.


Course Intake

JUN-AUG


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