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Acharya & BM Reddy College of Pharmacy

M Pharm Pharmaceutical Analysis

Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) is the standard Postgraduate Program in Pharmacy, Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) in India is offered as a Postgraduate course after the completion of B. Pharm degree. The M.Pharm is a two-year course. After completing M. Pharmacy, one can seek employment in government, private or multinational organizations. There are many opportunities in Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and allied industries. Some can be clinical analysts, quality supervisors or Scientists, researchers, work for government departments and educational institutions.

Duration : 2 Years

Eligibility : Pass in B.Pharm degree from any university recognised as equivalent by RGUHS / PCI and AICTE with the minimum of 55% aggregate.
The programme is designed to –

1. Strengthen their analytical skills of the students, which are essential for the quality control of pharmaceuticals and related dosage forms.
2. Educate students about the specialized skills and the importance of various regulatory guidelines for the development and validation of analytical methods by titrimetric, spectroscopic, thermal and chromatographic techniques.
3. Train students, so that they excel in solving problems in their profession; they are ready for competitive examinations to pursue higher studies.
4. Inculcate the values of ethics in profession, social responsibility, ability to work in team and communicate effectively.
After completion of this programme, the graduate will –

1. Apply knowledge of pharmaceutical analysis and statistics for the evaluation of chemical and biological samples.
2. Develop and validate analytical method; analyze data to identify and determine the drug and related substances by electrochemical, spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques in accordance with the regulatory guidelines.
3. Prepare SOP’s for instrument operation and related procedures to maintain integrity and quality system of analytical lab.
4. Perform skillfully the quantitative and qualitative analysis of drugs.
5. Follow the prescribed analytical guidelines and professional ethics in all laboratory performances.
6. Participate actively in the life-long learning process to keep updated with the recent developments of pharmaceutical analysis and related technologies.