Criterion II- Teaching Learning and Evaluation

2.6.1 Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs), Programme Outcomes (POs), Course Outcomes (Cos)


PEO 1: To provide comprehensive knowledge of fundamental principles and their applications in the area of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology

PEO 2: To produce pharmacy students with strong fundamental concepts and high technical competence.

PEO 3: To introduce discipline, professionalism, team spirit, communication skills, social and ethical commitment to the students.

PEO 4: To train the students to contribute towards the health care system and creating awareness about healthcare issues.


  1. Pharmacy Knowledge: Possess knowledge and comprehension of the core and basic knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy, including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; behavioural, social, and administrative pharmacy sciences; and manufacturing practices.
  2. Planning Abilities: Demonstrate effective planning abilities including time management, resource management, delegation skills and organizational skills. Develop and implement plans and organize work to meet deadlines.
  3. Problem Analysis: Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyze, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.
  4. Modern tool Usage: Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.
  5. Leadership skills: Understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and team-building when planning changes required for fulfilment of practice, professional and societal responsibilities. Assume participatory roles as responsible citizens or leadership roles when appropriate to facilitate improvement in health and wellbeing.
  6. Professional Identity: Understand, analyze and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, promoters of health, educators, managers, employers, employees).
  7. Pharmaceutical Ethics: Honour personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Demonstrate behaviour that recognizes cultural and personal variability in values, communication and lifestyles. Use ethical frameworks; apply ethical principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.
  8. Communication: Communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective presentations and documentation, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • The Pharmacist and Society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional pharmacy solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change. Self- assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an ongoing basis.


B. Pharmacy I Year

Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
        01      Human Anatomy and Physiology-I (BP101T)CO1Understand basic knowledge about cell and tissue of the body.
CO2Understand anatomy and physiology of skin.
CO3Understand how our body skeleton is made and its complexity with physiology.
CO4Understand components of haemopoietic system and its significance in body and its relation to diseases
CO5Get concept related to peripheral nervous system and its functioning
CO6Understand anatomy and physiology of cardiovascular system and get aware about diseases occurs in it.
            02        Human Anatomy and Physiology-I (BP107 P)  CO1Students would have studied about the gross morphology, structure and functions of cell, skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular system of the human body.
CO2They would  have  understood  the  various  homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances.
CO3Students would able to identify the different types of bones in human body.
CO4Students would be able to identify the various tissues of different systems of human body.
CO5Students would  learn  about  the  various  experimental techniques related to physiology.
  CO6They would have learnt various techniques like blood group determination, blood pressure measurement, and blood cells counting
              03          Pharmaceutical Analysis I (BP102T)  CO1Understand knowledge about basic definitions of analysis, sources of impurities in medicines, errors occur during analytical work.
CO2Understand the concept of titration and also get knowledge related to acid, bases, buffers and PH Scale.
  CO3Understand the concept of solubility, precipitation and complex formation during titration and role of various indicator.
  CO4Understand the purity of analytic along with conc and composition of substance by the concept of gravimetric and assay method.
CO5Able to think regarding chemical process occurs during diazotization and redox titration.
  CO6Understand the electric and chemical properties of substance by knowing the concept of conductivity, polarography, and potentiometry.
              04          Pharmaceutical Analysis I (BP108 P)  CO1Understand knowledge about basic definitions of analysis, sources of impurities in medicines, errors occur during analytical work.
CO2Understand the concept of titration and also get knowledge related to acid, bases, buffers and pH Scale.
  CO3Understand the concept  of solubility,  precipitation and complex formation during titration and role of various indicator.
  CO4Understand the purity of analytic along with conc. and composition of substance by the concept of gravimetric and assay method.
CO5Able to think regarding chemical process occurs during diazotization and redox titration.
  CO6Understand  the   electric   and   chemical   properties   of substance by knowing the concept of conductivity, polarography, and potentiometric.
        05      Pharmaceutics- I (BP103T)CO1Know the history of profession of pharmacy.
  CO2Understand    the    basics    of    different    dosage    forms, pharmaceutical     incompatibilities      and    pharmaceutical calculations.
CO3Understand    the    professional    way    of    handling    the prescription.
CO4Preparation of various conventional dosage forms.
CO5Understand the details about suppository dosage form and Different types of pharmaceutical incompatibilities.
CO6Understand the different semisolid dosage form.
        06      Pharmaceutics- I (BP1096 P)CO1Understand the method of preparation of different Powders.
CO2Understand the method of preparation of Granules.
CO3Understand   the    method   of    preparation    of   different Monophasic liquid dosage form.
CO4Understand the method  of  preparation  of  different  Bi- Phasic liquid dosage form.
CO5Understand   the    method   of    preparation    of   different Semisolid Preparations like ointment gels.
CO6Understand   the    method   of    preparation    of   different Suppository.
          07        Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry (BP104T)CO1Explain the sources of impurities and methods to determine the impurities in inorganic pharmaceuticals.
  CO2Explain the method of preparation, assay, properties, and medicinal    uses   of   acids,    bases,   buffers,    extra and intracellular.
CO3Explain the method of preparation, assay, properties, and medicinal uses of dental.
CO4Explain the method of preparation, assay, properties, and medicinal uses of acidifiers, antacids and cathartics.
CO5Explain the method of preparation, assay, properties, and medicinal uses of antimicrobials.
CO6Explain the method of preparation, assay, properties, and medicinal uses of expectorants, emetics and haematinics.
          08      Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry (BP110 P)CO1Understand   practically    how   can    detect   and   control pharmaceutical impurities.
CO2Able to prepare and identify the inorganic pharmaceuticals with predefined procedures.
CO3Able to assemble the apparatus and equipment necessary for the practical.
CO4Understand the safety procedures for the handling of hazardous chemicals by using protective tools.
CO5Able to correlate the theoretical and practical knowledge through lab work.
CO6Understand the importance of inorganic pharmaceuticals in preventing and curing the disease.
      09    Communication Skills (BP105T)  CO1Understand the behavioural needs for a pharmacist to function effectively in the areas of pharmaceutical operations.
CO2Communicate effectively (verbal and non-verbal).
CO3Effectively manage the team as team player.
CO4Develop interview skills.
CO5Develop leadership qualities and essentials.
CO6Developed good communication skills.
        10      Remedial Biology (BP106TP)CO1Know the classification and silent feature of five kingdom of life.
CO2Understand the basic component of anatomy and physiology of plants.
CO3Understand the basic components of anatomy and physiology of animal with special reference to human.
CO4Understand the essential minerals with nitrogen cycle.
CO5Understand the different process followed in plants like photosynthesis and glycolysis.
CO6Understand cell and different cell organelles.
          11        Remedial Mathematics (BP107TT)CO1Students  shall   be  able   to  understand  the  role   of mathematics in pharmacy.
  CO2Students shall be able to relate the mathematical tools in the wide professional views and solve problems of trigonometry, calculus and matrices.
CO3Students shall be able to solve the different types of problems by applying theory.
  CO4Students shall be able to adopt both conventional and creative techniques to the solutions of mathematical problems.
CO5Students shall be able to apply the range of techniques.
CO6Effectively to solve problems including theory deduction, approximation and simulation.
Sr. No.Course Name with Code CO No. Course Outcomes
            12        Human Anatomy and Physiology-II (BP201T)CO1Understand morphology, anatomy and functioning of nervous system of the body.
CO2Determine importance of digestive system in body and understands how digestion occurs.
CO3Understand how human need of oxygen fulfills and by which mechanism it happened.
CO4Know about the significance of urinary system in body and understands how it works.
  CO5Gain knowledge about hormones, its origin and their importance in controlling various functions of the body.
  CO6Acquire knowledge about anatomy and physiology of reproductive systems of both sexes and understand how reproduction occurs.
                13            Human Anatomy and Physiology-II BP207P)    CO1Explain anatomy and physiology different systems include integumentary, sense organs, nervous, endocrine, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular systems, urinary and reproductive using specimen, models, etc.
  CO2Demonstrate the general neurological examination and function of olfactory nerve, positive and negative feedback mechanism.
CO3Describe to examine the different types of taste, visual acuity and reflex activity
  CO4Expertise to recording of body temperature basal mass index and family planning devices and pregnancy diagnosis test.
CO5Gain knowledge  about  tidal  volume  and  vital capacity demonstration and calculation.
  CO6Acquire knowledge about Demonstration of total blood count by cell analyzer and Permanent slides of vital organs and gonads.
         Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I (BP202T)CO1Understand the basics and scope of organic chemistry in pharmacy
CO2Able to write the structure, IUPAC naming of organic compounds.
CO3Understand types of chemical compounds, types of isomerism of the organic compound.
CO4Know about the orientation
CO5Gain knowledge about hormones, its origin and their importance in controlling various functions of the body.
CO6Acquire knowledge about anatomy and physiology of reproductive systems of both sexes and understand how reproduction occurs.
15 CO1Understand the scope of Biochemistry in pharmacy
           Biochemistry (BP203T)CO2Understand role of biochemical processes and cell metabolism.
CO3Understand general metabolism process of proteins, lipids, carbohydrates.
  CO4Understand     basics     like     chemistry,      function, classification, biological importance, qualitative tests & applications of various biomolecules.
  CO5Understand the enzyme structures, their functions, mechanism for enzymatic activity and applications of enzymes.
  CO6Understand the genetic organization of mammalian genome and functions of DNA in the synthesis of RNAs and proteins.
        16        Biochemistry (BP209 P)CO1Understand the scope of Biochemistry in pharmacy.
CO2Understand the qualitative test for Biomolecules.
CO3Understand the scope of determination of glucose, total cholesterol, and creatinine in the blood.
  CO4Understand the enzyme structures, their functions, mechanism for enzymatic activity and applications of enzymes.
CO5Understand the  Quantitative  analysis  of  reducing sugar and protein.
CO6Understand the preparation of various Physiological buffers and their application.
          17        Pathophysiology (BP204T)  CO1Distinguish       environmental      factors,      physical, psychosocial, cognitive and various stressors that affect disease and conditions.
CO2Name the signs and symptoms of the diseases.
CO3Describe the mechanisms the body uses to react to stressors and pathogens.
CO4Demonstrate a basic understanding of the concepts, principles and elements of disease.
  CO5Identify the risk factors, etiology, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, and diagnostic tests related to diseases and conditions.
CO6Mention the complications of the diseases.
        18      Computer Application in Pharmacy (BP205T)CO1Learn about the binary system and its conversion.
CO2Learn about the binary system and its conversion.
CO3Know the  various  applications  of  databases  in pharmacy.
CO4Know the various types of applications of computer in pharmacy.
CO5Studies about  various  departments  like  hospital pharmacy, clinical pharmacy, patient monitoring, diagnostic system.
CO6Design      and     develop     solutions     to     analyse pharmaceutical problems using computers.
19Computer Application in PharmacyCO1Learn about HTML web page.
CO2Create database using MS Access.
CO3Learn about create, delete, modify database.
 (BP210P)CO4Learn about information retrieval of storage drug information using online tools.
CO5Able to design a form in MS access and record patient data.
CO6Able to use online software for the information of a drug and its adverse effects.
20              Environmental Sciences (BP206T)CO1Know  the  component,  multidisciplinary  nature, Importance, scope of environmental studies and methods to create public awareness.
CO2Understand the Natural resources, their types and associated problem (forest, Water, minerals, food, energy like renewable and non-renewable, land resources) and role of individual in conservation of natural resources.
CO3Understand the concept of eco system, energy cycle, food chain and food web.
CO4Understand the types, structure and function and conservation of grassland eco system, Desert eco system and aquatic eco system.
CO5Understand the  details  about  pollution,  pollutant sources, consequences and control air pollution, water pollution, solid pollution.
CO6Understand     the     details     about     Solid     waste management, role of an individual in the prevention of pollution.

B. Pharmacy II Year

Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
            21        Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry- II(BP301T)CO1Understand the scope of organic chemistry in pharmacy.
CO2Understand types of chemical compounds, structure, their nature, properties of organic compounds.
CO3Understand general synthesis process of various chemical compound.
  CO4Understand     basics     like     chemistry,     Methods                       of preparation,       classification,                                      synthetics              importance qualitative tests & applications of various organic compounds.
CO5Understand the structures, their nomenclature, and mechanism of various chemical reactions of organic compounds.
CO6Understand the  various  theories  proposed,  principle, evaluation and significance of their study.
  22Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-II  CO1To evaluate the quality of fats and oils by determining acid value, saponification value, and iodine value as per pharmacopeia.
 (BP305P)  CO2To synthesize  the  various  organic  compounds  and understands the reaction mechanism involved in the synthesis.
CO3Calculate the percentage yields of the products obtained by synthesis.
  CO4To evaluate the  synthesized  compounds  for  elements detection and also able to carry out physical constant determination.
CO5Purify organic compounds using various procedures like recrystallization and steam distillation.
CO6Apply recrystallization and steam distillation methods for the purification of synthesized organic compounds.
        23      Physical Pharmaceutics- I (BP302T)CO1Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in the designing the dosage forms.
CO2Know the phenomenon of solubility and its application.
CO3Understand various  states  of  matter  along  with  their physical properties.
CO4Understand surface and interfacial phenomena and its application.
CO5Know various types of complexation.
CO6Demonstrate use of physicochemical properties in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms.
          24        Physical Pharmaceutics- BP306P)  CO1Determination of the solubility, Partition co- efficient of benzoic acid in benzene, Iodine in carbon tetrachloride and water.
CO2Determination of % composition of NaCl in a solution using phenol-water system by CST method.
  CO3Determination of surface tension by drop count and drop weight   method,  HLB     number    of   a   surfactant by saponification method.
CO4Determination of Freundlich and Langmuir constants
CO5Determination  of  critical   micellar      concentration  of surfactants.
CO6Determination of stability constant and donor acceptor ratio of Cupric-Glycine complex by ph titration method.
            25          Pharmaceutical Microbiology (BP303T  CO1Understand    morphology,    reproduction    and    growth, methods of identification, cultivation and preservation of various microorganisms and their roles in pharmacy.
CO2Understand the importance and implementation of sterilization      and     disinfection      in     pharmaceutical processing and industry.
CO3Learn sterility testing of pharmaceutical products and its significance.
CO4Understand the  microbial  spoilage,  its  causes,  types, assessment; preservation of products.
CO5Carry       out      microbiological       standardization       of Pharmaceuticals.
CO6Understand     the    cell    culture    technology     and    its applications in pharmaceutical industries.
26Pharmaceutical MicrobiologyCO1Understand     principles     and    working     of    different equipments  and  instruments  e.g.   B.O.D.  incubator,
 (BP307P) laminar flow, aseptic hood, autoclave, hot air sterilizer, deep     freezer,     refrigerator,     microscopes     used     in experimental microbiology.
CO2Perform Sterilization  of  glassware,  preparation  and sterilization of nutrient media.
  CO3Isolate and  observe  pure  culture  of  micro-organisms obtained by multiple streak plate techniques and other techniques.
  CO4Understand and perform staining methods- Simple, Gram’s, Negative staining etc for identification of microorganisms.
CO5Perform and interpret microbiological assay of antibiotics by cup plate method and other methods.
CO6Perform sterility testing of pharmaceuticals and interpret the results.
            27          Pharmaceutical Engineering (BP304TCO1Know about various unit process and unit operation in pharmaceutical industries
  CO2Understand     about     different    process     involved     in manufacturing of dosage form (heat transfer, flow nature of fluid).
CO3Know about different basic principle and laws, theory of various unit operation.
  CO4Understand about the principle construction, working, uses advantages and disadvantages of various equipment used in pharmaceutical industries.
CO5.Understand the plant layout and material handling system in pharmaceutical industries.
CO6Know about concept of corrosion and their preventive measures.
          28        Pharmaceutical Engineering   (BP308P)CO1Know about application of pharmaceutical engineering in pharmaceutical industries.
CO2Know  about  demonstration   of  practical   related   to crystallization.
CO3Understand about relationship  between  various factor effecting on different unit operation like evaporation, filtration.
CO4Understand and demonstrate practical on the basis of drying, size separation, and distillation.
CO5Understand the practical on material handling system in pharmaceutical industries like measurement of flow.
CO6Demonstrate practical about various equipment used in pharmaceutical industries.
Sr. No .Course Name with CodeCO No.  Course Outcomes
          29        Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-III (BP401T)CO1Understand about basic concepts isomerism.
  CO2Understand about  structural,  geometrical  isomerism, conformational isomerism, optical activity, nomenclature of organic compounds.
CO3Understand about isomerism in alkane’s and cycloalkanes
  CO4Understand the concept of heterocyclic compounds their nomenclature, methods of preparation, reaction mechanisms of various types and medicinal uses.
CO5Understand the concept of heterocyclic chemistry and its application in medicinal chemistry.
  CO6Understand about different types of chemical agents and important synthetic reactions, with their mechanisms of different types of reactions.
                30              Medicinal Chemistry-I (BP402T)  CO1Understand  basic   knowledge   about   the   history   & development medicinal chemistry and physicochemical properties and drug metabolism.
  CO2Understand    basic    knowledge    about    the    structure, chemistry and therapeutic value of drug acting on autonomous nervous system.
CO3Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity of par sympathomimetic agent.
  CO4Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity and Structural Activity Relationship (SAR) of drug acting on central nervous system.
  CO5Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity, drug metabolic pathways of General anaesthetics agent.
  CO6Understand the Structural Activity Relationship (SAR) of drug, metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value and chemical synthesis of Narcotic and non- narcotic analgesics.
        31      Medicinal Chemistry-I (BP406P)CO1Preparation of drugs/ intermediates e.g. 1,3-pyrazole, 1,3- oxazole , Benz imidazole & Benztriazole.
  CO2Preparation of drugs/ intermediates e.g.2, 3- diphenyl quinoxaline, Benzocaine, Phenytoin, Phenothiazine & Barbiturate.
CO3Perform assay of drugs like Chlorpromazine, Phenobarbital.
CO4Perform assay of drugs like. Atropine, Ibuprofen.
CO5Perform assay of drugs like. Aspirin, Furosemide.
CO6Understand Determination  of Partition  coefficient  for drugs.
32 CO1Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in the designing the dosage forms.
       Physical Pharmaceutics- II (BP403T)CO2Understand various types of dispersions and their uses in pharmacy.
CO3Know the types of flow of liquid and their application.
CO4Understand various methods used to measure particle size of powders.
  CO5Know the principles of chemical kinetics & to use them for stability testing and determination of expiry date of formulations.
CO6Demonstrate use of physicochemical properties in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms.
          33        Physical Pharmaceutics- II (BP407P)  CO1Determination of particle size, particle size distribution using sieving method, Microscopic method for the given samples.
CO2Determination of bulk density, true density, porosity and angle of repose for the powder samples.
CO3Determination of viscosity of liquids using Ostwald’s viscometer.
CO4Determination of sedimentation volume with effect of different concentration of single suspending agents.
CO5Determination of sedimentation volume with effect of different suspending agent.
CO6Determination of reaction rate constant first order, Second order.
        34      Pharmacology- I (BP404T)CO1Understand basic knowledge of pharmacokinetics.
CO2Understand the  pharmacodynamics and  drug  receptor interaction.
CO3Understand drug acting on peripheral nervous system & function.
CO4Understand drug acting on central nervous system and mechanism of action.
CO5Learning psycho pharmacological drugs & mechanism of action.
CO6Understand general anesthetics and pre-anaesthetics.
        35        Pharmacology- I (BP408P)CO1Handling and restraining of various laboratory animals.
CO2To understand the route of drug administration.
CO3To understand the guidelines for maintenance of animals, various equipment and apparatus.
CO4To observe the effect of drug on animals by simulated experiments.
CO5To appreciate correlation of pharmacology with other bio medical sciences.
CO6To appreciate correlation of pharmacology with other bio medical sciences.
      36    Pharmcogonosy and Phytochemistry –I (BP405T)CO1Understand sources of drug from various natural sources.
CO2Understand  about    plant   taxonomy   and    cultivation, Collection, Processing, and storage of crude drugs.
CO3Understand  about    plant   taxonomy   and    cultivation, Collection, Processing, and storage of crude drugs.
CO4Know the evaluation technique of herbal drugs.
CO5Understand carry out the microscopic and morphological evaluation of crude drugs.
  CO6Understand the plant tissue culture.
              37          Pharmacognos y                 and Phytochemistr y-I (BP409P)    CO1Understand principles and working of different equipments and instruments e.g. B.O.D. incubator, laminar flow, aseptic hood, autoclave, hot air sterilizer, deep freezer, refrigerator, microscopes used in experimental microbiology.
CO2Perform Sterilization  of  glassware,  preparation  and sterilization of nutrient media.
  CO3Isolate and observe pure culture of micro-organisms obtained by multiple streak plate techniques and other techniques.
  CO4Understand and  perform  staining  methods-  Simple, Gram’s, Negative staining etc for identification of microorganisms.
CO5Perform and interpret microbiological assay of antibiotics by cup plate method and other methods.
CO6Perform sterility testing of pharmaceuticals and interpret the results.

B. Pharmacy III Year

Sr. No.Course     Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
        38      Medicinal Chemistry-II (BP501T)CO1Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity.
CO2Understand the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value of Drugs.
CO3Know the Structural Activity Relationship of different class of drugs.
CO4Study the chemical synthesis of selected drugs.
CO5Depict synthetic routes of important medicinal agents.
CO6Importance of physicochemical properties and metabolism of drugs.
        39      Industrial Pharmacy-I (BP502T)CO1Importance of preformulation of drugs, excipients and their role in formulation design.
CO2Knowledge on tablet and liquid dosage forms and their processing problem and QC checking.
CO3Knowledge on capsules production and pellets with QC tests.
CO4Knowledge    on    sterile    preparation    and    their    QC evaluation.
CO5Knowledge on formulating various cosmetic products.
CO6Knowledge on different types of packaging material.
            40          Industrial Pharmacy I (BP506P)  CO1Carry out assessment of physicochemical properties of drugs as a tool in the optimization of solid and liquid dosage forms.
CO2Formulate and prepare tablets, capsules and liquid orals using established procedures and technology.
CO3Formulate and prepare different types of parenteral and ophthalmic dosage form.
CO4Select ingredients and formulate cosmetics such as lipsticks, shampoos, cold cream and vanishing cream, tooth pastes, hair dyes and sunscreens.
CO5Identify containers, closures, valves and propellants for different types of aerosol systems.
CO6Select and evaluate appropriate packaging materials for various pharmaceutical dosage forms.
        41      Pharmacology II (BP503T)CO1Explain     the    pharmacology     of    drug     acting     on cardiovascular system.
CO2Discuss the drug acting on urinary system.
CO3Explain the pharmacology of drugs acting on endocrine systems.
CO4Recognize adverse drug reactions and drug interactions.
CO5Describe the  principles,  applications  and  types  of bioassay.
CO6Discuss drug mechanisms and their relevance in the treatment of diseases.
        42      Pharmacology II (BP507P)CO1Choose physiological salt solutions for isolated tissue preparations.
CO2They would have observed the effect of drugs on animals by simulated experiments.
CO3They would have observed the various receptor actions using isolated tissue preparation.
CO4Interpret the effect of spasmogens and spamolytics on suitable tissue preparations.
CO5Using bioassay methods.
CO6Determine pd2 value.
        43      Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry- II (BP504T)CO1Understand metabolic  pathway  and  their  biogenetic studies.
  CO2Understand    pharmacognostic    studies    of   secondary metabolites like alkaloids , glycosides , tannin, volatile oil etc.
CO3Understand isolation, identification and analysis method of phyto constituents.
CO4Understand industrial production, their estimation and utilization of phyto constituents.
CO5Understand modern techniques of extraction.
CO6Know latest technique for analysis of phyto constituents.
    44Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry- II (BP508P)CO1Understand      the      morphological,      microscopically, histological and powder characteristics of crude drugs.
CO2Learn about extraction and detection of crude drug.
CO3Know the isolation of phyto-constituents.
CO4Understand chromatographic techniques.
  CO5Understand hydro distillation method for isolation of oil from crude drug.
CO6Understand analysis of crude drug by chemical test.
            45          Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence (BP505T)  CO1Understand legal definitions of the drug and cosmetic act, 1940 and its rule 1945, schedule, regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture, sale, and import of pharmaceuticals.
  CO2Students shall be able to access the standard of educational regulations, composition, and functions of various regulatory authorities, committees, and agencies.
CO3To    understand    various    act    and    rules    regulating profession and practice of pharmacy in India.
CO4To   understand    pharmaceutical    legislation,     history, evolution, and growth of the pharmaceutical industry
CO55Students shall be able to implement the code of ethics in their professional activities in pharmacy.
CO6Understand Intellectual property rights, the procedure for patent application, and regulatory authorities.
Sr. No.Course  Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
      46      Medicinal Chemistry-III (BP601T)CO1Understand the importance of drug design and different techniques of drug design.
CO2Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their biological activity.
CO3Know metabolism, adverse  effects and therapeutic values of drugs.
CO4Know the importance of SAR of drugs.
CO5Know the Drug design.
CO6Effect of structural modification of drug in disease condition.
          47        Medicinal Chemistry-III (BP607P)  CO1Upon completion of the course student shall be able to: Know different grade chemicals, apparatus used in synthetic laboratory and basic unit operations carried out in synthetic laboratory.
CO2Carry out synthesis of chemical compounds based on simple chemical reactions.
CO3Perform assays of drugs and determination of some physicochemical properties.
CO4Know the use of microwave ovens for synthesis of chemical compounds.
CO5Know different softwares used for drawing structures of chemical compounds.
48Pharmacology III (BP602T )CO1To appreciate correlation of pharmacology with medical sciences of respiratory and GIT.
  CO2To comprehend various principles of toxicology as well as chrono-pharmacology.
CO3To categorize  immune  pharmacology  as  immune- stimulants and immunosuppressant.
CO4To explain the chemotherapy of antibiotics.
  CO5To understand the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different infectious diseases.
CO6To  assess  the  chemotherapy  of  UTI,  STDs  and malignancy.
        49        Pharmacology III (BP608P)CO1Dose calculation in pharmacological experiments and ant allergic activity.
CO2Study of anti-ulcer activity of a drug and effect of drugs on gastrointestinal motility.
CO3Effect of agonist and antagonists and Estimation of serum biochemical parameters.
CO4Effect of saline purgative on frog intestine and Insulin hypoglycaemic effect in rabbit.
CO5Determination of acute oral toxicity (LD50).
CO6Determination of acute skin irritation/eye irritation and Biostatistics methods in experimental pharmacology.
            50          Herbal Drug Technology (BP603T)CO1Understand raw material as a source of herbal drug from cultivation to the herbal drug product.
  CO2Understand     Indian     System     of    Medicine     And preparation      and     standardization      of     ayurvedic formulation.
CO3Understand herbal cosmetics, natural sweeteners and neutraceuticals.
CO4Understand  evaluation     of   drug    ,  patenting   and regulatory issues
CO5Understand herbal drug industry and GMP.
    CO6Know the WHO and ICH guidelines for evaluation of herbal drugs. Understand the basic concepts in Biopharmaceutics, Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion; and factors affecting these processes.
        51        Herbal          Drug Technology (BP609P)CO1Understand preliminary phytochemical screening of crude drugs.
CO2Understand evaluation of herbal excipients
CO3Understand preparation and standardization of herbal formulation as per Pharmacopoeia requirement.
CO4Understand monograph analysis of herbal drug from pharmacopeia.
CO5Understand preparation and standardization of herbal cosmetics as per pharmacopeia requirement.
CO6Understand Aldehyde content, Phenol content and total alkaloid.
  52Biopharmaceutics and  CO1Understand the basic concepts in Biopharmaceutics, Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, Excretion; and factors affecting these processes.
 Pharmacokinetics (BP604T )    CO2Basics of Pharmacokinetics, use of plasma drug concentration-time data to calculate the pharmacokinetic parameters to describe the kinetics of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, elimination.
CO3Understand and use the concept of pharmacokinetic modelling and determination of various parameters
CO4To  understand  the  concepts  of  bioavailability  and bioequivalence of drug products and their significance.
  CO5To  understand   the   concept   of   dosage   regimen, individualization and use of relevant aspects therein in product development.
  CO6Understand various pharmacokinetic parameters, their significance     &    applications     in     designing     and development of dosage forms.
        53      Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (BP605T)CO1Understanding the fundamentals of biotechnology
CO2Understand DNA technology, vaccines and hormone therapies.
CO3Understand immune products.
CO4Understand      the      use      of     microorganisms      in biotechnology.
CO5Understand the  process  of  fermentation  and  blood related products.
CO6Understand future scope of biotechnology products for alleviating diseases.
        54      Quality Assurance (BP606T)CO1Understand concept of Quality, Quality control and quality assurance in pharmaceutical industries.
CO2Understand the responsibilities of QA and QC.
CO3Understand the GMP in pharmaceutical industry.
CO4Understand the scope of quality certification required in pharmaceutical industries.
CO5Learn      and      understand      the      importance      of documentation.
CO6Understand the  quality  control  testing  and  their importance in term of patient health.

B. Pharmacy IV Year

Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
              55            Instrumental Methods of Analysis (BP701T)  CO1Flame photometry, a Understand basic knowledge about UV    visible    spectroscopy    and    fluorimetry    and    its application.
  CO2Understand    Instrumental    method   of    analysis   –    IR Spectroscopy          absorption          spectroscopy          and nepheloturbidometry.
  CO3Understand basic knowledge about chromatography and mechanism involved in column chromatography& thin layer chromatography with its application.
CO4Understand Paper chromatography & electrophoresis with different development technique with application.
CO5Understand gas  chromatography  &  High-performance liquid chromatography.
  CO6Understand different chromatography technique its component and application -ion exchange chromatography, gel permeation Chromatography, affinity chromatography.
          56        Instrumental Methods of Analysis (BP705P)  CO1Understand     evaluation     of    absorption     maxima     & colorimetry of organic compound – UV- Spectroscopy & flame photometry, nephelo turbidometry.
CO2Understand Instrumental method of analysis – UV- Spectroscopy & Fluorimetry
CO3Understand Instrumental method of analysis.
CO4Understand     Paper     chromatography     &    Thin     layer chromatography.
CO5Understand gas  chromatography  &  High-performance liquid chromatography.
  CO6Understand    different    chromatography    technique    its component and application -Column chromatography & affinity chromatography.
        57        Industrial Pharmacy II (BP702T)CO1Know the process of pilot plant and scale up techniques
CO2Understand the process of technology transfer from lab scale to commercial Batch.
CO3Understand the regulatory affairs history and different roles and responsibilities of regulatory affairs professional.
CO4Understand     the    approval     process     and    regulatory requirement for drug approval for different country.
CO5Understand the Quality management system TQM, QBD, OOS and various certifications like ISO, GLP, and NABL.
CO6Understand the Indian regulatory requirement for drug approval.
  58Pharmacy Practice (BP703T)CO1Importance of medications and other health care products to make best use of them.
CO2Make Hospital Formulae and importance its updates.
  CO3Know the Hospital and it’s types, specialty & functions of specific hospital.
  CO4Duties of hospital  pharmacist,  community  pharmacist, hospital staff & their duties like Nurses, Doctors, and Pharmacist.
CO5Budget & its preparation, zero budget& other types of budget also its importance to organization.
CO6This subject also gives idea regarding safe use of drug, toxic effect of drug, drug- drug interaction.
          59        Novel Drug Delivery System (BP704T)CO1To understand Controlled Drug Delivery Systems and formulation design.
  CO2To understand the criteria for selection of drugs and polymers for the development  of Novel  drug delivery systems.
CO3To understand various approaches for development  of novel drug delivery systems.
  CO4To understand design,  development  and  evaluation  of novel approaches for transdermal, gastro retentive and naso-pulmonary formulation.
CO5To     understand     Various     Targeted     Drug     Delivery Approaches.
CO6To understand organ targeted drug delivery systems
          60        Practice School (BP706PS)CO1To disseminate the advance knowledge in the field of pharmaceutical sciences.
  CO2To gain practical experience of industrial processes and develop new experimental strategies to tackle industrial problems.
CO3To develop  intrinsic  communication  and  presentation skills.
CO4To develop and built team for successful execution of project task.
CO5To understand current requirement in industrial sector and gain maximum knowledge.
CO6To develop writing skills and preparation of reports.
Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
        61      Biostatistics and Research Methodology (BP801T)CO1Learn fundamentals of Biostatistics and measure of central tendency and dispersion.
CO2Learn Parametric test with measurement of regression and probability.
CO3Compute non parametric test.
CO4Fundamentals of research methodology and research design.
CO5Regression Modelling and Introduction to software used for pharmaceutical problems.
CO6Designing and analyzing experiments using factorial design and response surface methods.
        62      Social and Preventive Pharmacy (BP802T)CO1To review Concept of Social and health education.
CO2To examine general principles of prevention and control of various viral diseases.
CO3To assess General principles of prevention and control of various lifestyle related and other diseases.
CO4To facilitate information about various National health programs.
CO5To assess a critical way of thinking based on current healthcare development.
CO6To manage Community services in rural, urban and school health.
      63    Pharma Marketing Management (BP803ET)CO1Know the concept of marketing and Pharmaceutical marketing.
CO2Understand the Product decision.
CO3Understand the Promotion.
CO4Understand the Pharmaceutical marketing channels role of Professional sales representative.
CO5Understand the role of Professional sales representative.
CO6Understand the  Pricing  and  Emerging  concepts  in marketing.
          64        Pharmacovigi lance (BP805ET)CO1Drug safety monitoring importance and History and development of Pharmacovigilance.
CO2National         and        international         scenario        of Pharmacovigilance.
CO3Detection of  new  adverse  drug  reactions  and  their assessment.
CO4International standards for classification of diseases and drugs.
  CO5Pharmacovigilance      Program      of     India      (PVPI) requirement for ADR reporting in India 11, ICH guidelines.
CO6CIOMS requirements for ADR reporting.
          65        Cosmetic Science (BP809ET)CO1The    basic    fundamentals    of    cosmetics    and    Key ingredients used in cosmetics and cosmaceuticals.
CO2The principles of formulation and building blocks of skin care products.
CO3The role  of  herbs  in  cosmetics  &  Various  key ingredients develop cosmetics and cosmeceuticals.
CO4Knowledge on preparation and evaluation of various cosmetic products.
  CO5Scientific    knowledge    to    develop    cosmetics    and cosmaceuticals with desired Safety, stability, and efficacy.
CO6Identify various problems related to skin and understand Current technologies in the market.

M. Pharm. Pharmaceutics

Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
            01        Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques (MPH101T)  CO1Know    theory,    principle    and    applications    of    UV Spectroscopy, IR Spectroscopy, Flourimetry and Flame emission and atomic absorption Spectroscopy.
CO2Understand the theory, principle and applications of NMR Spectroscopy.
CO3Understand the theory, principle and applications of Mass Spectroscopy.
  CO4Understand the theory, principle and applications of Chromatography’s like paper, TLC, Ion exchange, Column, Gas, HPLC and affinity.
CO5Understand the  theory,  principle  and  applications  of electrophoresis and X-Ray Crystallography.
  CO6Understand the theory, principle and applications of Immunological      Assays     like     RIA,     ELISA      and Bioluminescence’s.
            02          Drug Delivery System (MPH102T)  CO1Knowledge on SR & CR formulations and their factors. Different polymers & their properties also personalized medicines, bio-electronic medicines, 3D Printing, tele- pharmacy.
CO2The    principles,    fundamentals,    and    types    of   Rate Controlled Drug Delivery Systems.
CO3Knowledge on design and study on GRDDS & Mucosal DDS.
  CO4Knowledge on barriers for ocular drug delivery & its overcome methods & Knowledge on transdermal drug delivery systems.
CO5Knowledge on barriers, formulation & evaluation of protein drug delivery.
CO6Knowledge on vaccine drug delivery systems.
      03    Modern Pharmaceutics (MPH103T)CO1Elements of preformulation and optimization techniques.
CO2Validation of equipments,  dosage  forms according to regulatory agencies.
CO3Products   based    financial  assets   and   Total   quality management.
CO4Physical attributes of compression process and solubility.
CO5Effect of Consolidation on the solid substrate.
CO6Statistical test of designing pharmaceutical formulation.
    04  Regulatory Affairs (MPH104T)CO1The concepts  of  innovator  and  generic  drugs,  drug development process.
CO2The Regulatory guidance and guidelines for filing and approval process.
CO3Preparation of Dossiers and their submission to regulatory agencies in different countries.
    CO4Post approval regulatory requirements for actives and drug products.
CO5Submission of global documents in CTD/ eCTD formats.
CO6Clinical trials requirements for approvals for conducting clinical trials.
Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
          05      Molecular Pharmaceutics (NT&TDDS) (MPH201T)CO1Concept and biological events in drug targeting.
CO2Knowledge on preparation and evaluation of nanoparticles and liposomes.
  CO3Knowledge on preparation and evaluation of microspheres, Monoclonal        antibodies,        niosomes,        aquasomes, phytosomes and electrosomes.
CO4Knowledge on propellants, preparation and evaluation of pulmonary and nasal aerosols.
CO5Knowledge of Nucleic acid based therapeutic delivery system.
CO6Knowledge on gene therapy, antisense molecules and aspartame as drugs of future.
        06    Advanced Biopharmaceut ics                  & Pharmacokinet ics (MPH202T)CO1The      basic      concepts      in      Biopharmaceutics      and Pharmacokinetics.
  CO2The use of raw data and derive the pharmacokinetic models and parameters to the best to describe the process of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism and elimination.
CO3The  critical  evaluation   of   Biopharmaceutics  studies involving drug product equivalency.
CO4The design and evaluation of dosage regimens of the drugs using pharmacokinetic and biopharmaceutic parameters.
CO5The potential  clinical  pharmacokinetic  problems  and applications of basics of pharmacokinetics.
          07      Computer Aided drug delivery system (MPH203T)  CO1Historical perspective  of  computers  in  pharmaceutical research and development of fundamental programmes for drug development.
CO2Understand the modeling techniques of drug disposition and preclinical development.
CO3Optimization techniques and various software packages use during formulation development.
CO4Use of computers for market analysis and highlights on software packages offered for the same.
CO5Use of artificial intelligence and robotics for continuous manufacturing and product development.
CO6Understand the computer fluid dynamics and simulation softwares.
  08Cosmetics and Cosmeceutical s (MPH204T)CO1Understand key ingredients used in cosmetic and cosme ceuticals.
CO2Understand key building blocks for various formulation.
   CO3Understand current technologies in the market.
CO4Understand various key ingredients and basic science to develop cosmetic and cosmeceuticals.
CO5Understands scientific knowledge to develop cosmetic and cosmeceuticals with desired safety, stability and efficacy.
CO6Understand about the herbal cosmetics used for hair care, skin care, oral care.

M. Pharm. Quality Assurance

Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
    01  Quality Management System (MQA102T)CO1Understand the importance of quality.
CO2Understand ISO management systems.
CO3Understand tools for quality improvement.
CO4Understand analysis of issues in quality.
CO5Understand quality evaluation of pharmaceuticals.
CO6Understand stability testing of drugs and drug substances.
02  Quality Assurance & Quality Control (MQA103T)CO1Understand the cGMP aspects in pharmaceutical industry.
CO2Understand the concept of GLP.
CO3Understand the importance of documentation.
CO4Understand ICH guidelines.
CO5Understand the scope of quality certifications applicable in pharmaceutical industry.
CO6Understand the responsibility of QA and QC department.
        03    Product Development and Technology Transfer (MQA104T)CO1Understand new product development process.
  CO2Understand     the    necessary    information    to    transfer technology from R&D to actual manufacturing by sorting out various information obtained during R&D.
CO3Elucidate necessary information to transfer technology of existing product between various manufacturing place.
CO4Understand various guidelines asserted by regulatory agencies for transfer of technology.
CO5Adapt necessary preformulation skill for before the transfer of product.
CO6Understand packaging science.
        04    P’ceutical Quality Assurance Practical-I (MQA105P)CO1Estimation of process capability.
CO2In process and finished product quality control tests for tablets, capsules, parenteral and semisolid dosage forms.
CO3Estimation of drug in pharmaceutical by using modern analytical techniques.
CO4Development      of     Stability      study      protocol      for pharmaceuticals.
CO5To    carry    out    preformulation    study    for    successful formulation of pharmaceuticals.
CO6To prepare different Quality Case studies.
Sr. No.Course Name with CodeCO No. Course Outcomes
      05    Hazards and safety Measurements (MQA201T)CO1Understand about environmental problems among learners.
CO2Impart basic knowledge about environment and its allied problems.
CO3Develop an attitude of concern for industry environment.
CO4Ensure safety standards in pharmaceutical industry.
CO5Provide comprehensive knowledge on safety management.
CO6Idea about to clear mechanism and management in different kinds of hazard management system.
      06      Pharmaceutical Validation (MQA202T)CO1Importance of patent and intellectual property rights.
CO2Knowledge of qualification aspects of various instruments.
CO3Understanding  of  cleaning   validation   of  equipments employed in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals.
CO4Theoretical and practical basis of validation of analytical method for estimation of Drugs.
CO5Fundamental aspects of qualification of various equipment and instruments.
CO6Understand the concepts of IPR.
    07  Audits and Regulatory Compliance (MQA203T)CO1Understand the role and importance of auditing.
CO2Understand the methodology of auditing.
CO3Understand the detail concept of the audit process.
CO4Understand preparation of the auditing report.
CO5Understand the check list for auditing.
CO6Now about auditing of different department.
          08      P’ceutical Quality Assurance Practical-II (MQA205P)CO1Understand analysis of Organic Contaminant, Metallic contaminant, & antibiotic residue by HPLC, TLC &flame photometer.
CO2Understand estimation of Hydrogen Sulphide & Chlorine Sulphur Di hydroxide by colorimetric method.
CO3Understand Quantification of Autoclave, Hot Air Oven, Dry mixer & Tablet compression machine.
CO4Understand the Validation of an analytical method for drug and Processing Area and Pharmaceutical Equipment.
CO5Understand       checklist       for      Pharmaceutical       Drug &pharmaceutical Drug Products.
CO6Understand Case study on Application of QBD & PAT.