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Sir I want to do B.Pharm from KLE University Belgaum so please can you give me the key dates for the course and tell me form where I can get the application form to apply for the course and also give me the syllabus of university? Is there any entrance exam for B.Pharm? If yes, give me date of the exam and centers.
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The KLE University Belgaum invited application form for admission in B.Pharm program. The University conducts KLEU-AIET-2012 for admission to various Under-Graduate courses and in 2012, the exam was conducted on Saturday, the 5th May 2012 at seventeen centers across the country.

Here are the key dates:
Date of Notification Friday, 6th January 2012

Date of advertisements of Notification in the Newspaper 2nd week of January 2012
2nd week of February 2012
2nd week of March 2012
2nd week of April 2012

Date of availability of Application Forms on the University Website Wednesday, 11th January 2012

Cost of Application form Rs. 1500/-

Last date for On-line submission
Tuesday, 17th April 2012 Extened - April 25th 2012

Last date for receipt of completed application form along with requisite fee, photograph & other documents by the University Monday, 23rd April 2012

Extened - April 30th 2012

Dispatch of Hall Tickets: To be downloaded Thursday, 30th April 2012

Date & Time of Entrance Test Saturday, the 5th May 2012, from 2.00 PM to 5.00PM

Date of commencement of Academic Session Monday, 16th July 2012

We are uploading the syllabus of B.Pharm here. You can download the syllabus from here.

You can get printout of the application form along with DD for Rs. 1,500/- payable at Belgaum drawn on any Nationalized Bank in favour of Registrar KLE University, Belgaum. As the entrance exam has already been conducted for this year so you can apply next year for this program.

Here is the syllabus of the B.Pharm program.
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KLE University, Belgaum was established in 2006. he University offers various Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Post doctoral, fellowship and certificate programs in the faculties of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy, Ayurveda, Physiotherapy and Nursing.

Eligibility

Students who have passed two year P.U.C examination of Karnataka P.U.C Board or an equivalent examination of any other approved Board or university with Physics & Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the mathematics/ Computer Sciences/ Biotechnology/ Biology(Minimum eligibility should be based on the aggregate of P.C.M or P.C.B)or PCMB.

Obtained at least 40% marks in the above mentioned subjects together.

Lateral entry in 2nd year B. Pharm for D. Pharm students passed from a PCI approved institution with at least 50% marks.

Students who have scored less than 40% marks in (10+2) but who have completed B.Sc. Degree with Chemistry as one of the compulsory subjects in combination with any two of the following subjects, namely, Physics or Mathematics, or Microbiology, or Botany, or Zoology, or Biotechnology, or Computer Science or Electronics scoring not less than 40% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission to first year B. Pharm Course

5% relaxation in Minimum eligibility criteria for students belonging to reserved category

Syllabus:

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES Pharmacy graduates are required to learn and acquire adequate knowledge, necessary skills to practice the profession of pharmacy including thorough and exhaustive knowledge of synthesis and assay of Medicinal agents including mode of action, drug interactions and Patient counseling and professional information exchange with Physicians and other health professional. The graduates are required to acquire an in-depth knowledge of formulation, storage and analysis of various pharmaceutical dosage forms including herbal medicines required for both large scale commercial production & research. The graduates should understand the concept of Community Pharmacy and be able to participate in rural and urban health care projects of State and Central government. The graduate is also required to detail the physicians and community and market the medicinal agents for diagnosis, prevention and therapeutic purposes. The pharmacist should act as bridge between Physicians and Patients and strive for better health care.

The objectives are covered under three headings namely: (a) Knowledge and understanding (b) Skills and (c) Attitude (a) Knowledge & Understanding The graduate should acquire the following during their four-year B.Pharm course.

1. Adequate knowledge and scientific information regarding basic principles of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmaceutics including cosmetics, Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy including Herbal drugs.

2. Adequate knowledge of practical aspects of synthesis, formulation and analysis of various pharmaceutical and Herbal medicinal agents.

3. Adequate knowledge of practical aspects of delivering a quality assured product as per pharmacopoeia, WHO and ISO standards.

4. Adequate knowledge of practical aspects of Pharmacological screening, biological standardization and in-vivo drug interactions. 5. Adequate knowledge of clinical studies for patient counseling leading to physical and social well being of patients.


6. Adequate knowledge of practical aspects of product detailing and marketing of Pharmaceutical products.

(B) Skills A graduate should be able to demonstrate the following skills necessary for practice of a pharmacy.
1. Able to synthesize, purify, identify and analyze medicinal agents.
2. Able to formulate, store, dispense, analyze the prescriptions and / or manufacture the medicinal agents at commercial level.
3. Able to learn and apply the quality assurance principles including legal and ethical aspects involving drugs.
4. Able to extract, purify, identify and know the therapeutic value of herbal / crude / natural products.
5. Able to screen various medicinal agents using animal models for pharmacological activity.

(c) Attitudes The graduate should develop the following attitudes during their four-year B.Pharm course. 1. Willing to apply the current knowledge of Pharmacy in the best interest of patients and the community. 2. Maintain a high standard of professional ethics in discharging professional obligations. 3. Continuously upgrade professional information and be conversant with latest advances in Pharmacy field to serve the community better. 4. Willing to participate in continuing education programmes of PCI and AICTE to upgrade knowledge and professional skills. 5. To help and to participate in the implementation of National Health Programmes.

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SECTION -II REGULATIONS GOVERNING B.PHARM COURSES 1. Eligibility 1.1 Candidates who have passed two year P.U.C. examination of Karnataka P.U.C. Board or an equivalent examination of any other approved Board or university with not less than 50% marks in any combination comprising P.C.M. or P.C.B. or P.C.M.B, or P.C. and Computer Sciences or P.C. and Electronics. Note: In respect of candidates who have taken P.C.M.B. Combination the aggregate of P.C.M. or P.C.B. whichever is higher shall be considered for the purpose of admission. 1.2 In case of students belonging to SC/ST/or Category-I, the minimum percentage of marks for admission to B.Pharm Course shall be not less than 40% in P.U.C. or its equivalent examination (P.C.B. or P.C.M. or P.C.M.B.) or P.C and Computer Science or P.C and Electronics. 1.3 Candidates who have scored less than 50% marks in (10+2) but who have completed B.Sc. Degree with Chemistry as one of the compulsory subjects in combination with any two of the following subjects, namely, Physics or Mathematics, or Microbiology, or Botany, or Zoology, or Bio-technology, or Computer Sciences or Electronics securing not less than 50% marks in aggregate are eligible for admission to first year B.Pharm course. 1.4 Candidates who have scored less than 50 marks in 10+2 but who have completed D. Pharm. course securing more than 50% marks in aggregate in D. Pharm are eligible to be admitted to I B. Pharm. course 1.5 Candidates who have passed D.Pharm course with not less than 60% aggregate approved by Pharmacy Council of India shall also be eligible to this course and shall be admitted directly to II B.Pharm course. 10% over and above the sanctioned intake and shall have to study Mathematics, Computer science & Statistics of I B.Pharm in addition to the II B.Pharm subjects.

2. Duration of the course The course of study for B.Pharm shall extend over a period of four academic years and three academic years for those admitted to second B. Pharm directly. The curricula and syllabi for the course shall be as prescribed from time to time.

3. Course of study The course of study for B.Pharm I, II, III and IV year shall include the respective Theory & Practical subjects as given in Table- I, II, III and IV respectively. The number of hours to be devoted to each theory and practical subject in an academic year shall not be less than that shown in Table- I, II, III and IV.

4. Attendance and progress A regular record of attendance both in Theory and Practical shall be maintained by the teaching staff of respective subjects. Medium of Instruction and Examination shall be English. A candidate is required to put in at least 80% attendance in theory and practical subjects separately. The candidate shall complete the prescribed course satisfactorily to be eligible to appear for the respective examinations

5. Examinations Internal Assessment Examination (Sessional): Theory: Three sessional examinations evenly spread during the academic year shall be conducted by the affiliated colleges. The average marks of the best two examinations shall be computed out of a maximum of 30 marks and shall constitute the sessional award in theory. Provided further the colleges may conduct one special theory sessional examination towards the end of the academic session for those who might have missed any one of the regular sessional examination on genuine grounds. For special theory sessional examination, the portion prescribed shall be the entire syllabus of the subject. Practical: Students are expected to perform the experiments listed in the respective syllabus. The number of experiments are also listed. Marks shall be awarded out of a maximum of 10 to each of the practical exercise and an average of those shall be computed out of maximum of 10 marks. In addition, three practical sessional examinations evenly spread during each academic year shall be conducted. The average marks of the best two practical examinations shall be computed out of a maximum of 20 marks. A total of 30 marks shall constitute the sessional award in practical. While awarding the sessional marks for practical experiments, the following considerations should be taken into account. 1. Preparation of the candidate.

2. Manipulative skills. 3. Results of the experiment. 4. Knowledge of the experiment 5. Viva voce pertaining to the experiments only. The college shall maintain the sessional books of the students and the record of sessional award of the students. A regular record of both theory and practical class work and sessional examinations conducted shall be maintained for each student in the department. Marks shall be awarded as per the schemes given in Table- V, VI, VII and VIII . There shall be four examinations namely, First Year, Second Year, Third Year and Final Year B.Pharm examination. The details regarding the duration of papers, maximum marks for each paper including the sessional marks allotted to each subject is given in Table- V, VI, VII and VIII. 5.3 Criteria for pass 5.3.1 Candidates who have secured a minimum of 50% marks in the Theory (including sessionals) and Practical (including sessionals) separately in any subject or subjects shall be declared to have passed in that subject/s and exempted from appearing in that subject/s at subsequent examination. Theory and Practical of a particular subject are considered as individual subjects for the purpose of pass criteria.

5.3.3 Conditions under which candidates are permitted to proceed to next higher class: a) Out of seven subjects to be studied at I.B.Pharm course, there shall be an examination conducted by the college in respect of the following three subjects. i. Mathematics – theory. ii. Biology – theory and practical. iii. Computer Science & Statistics for the candidates admitted on PUC / 12th Standard / Equivalent qualifications and for the candidates admitted to II.B.Pharm, admitted on the basis of D.Pharm. b) The candidates are required to score a minimum of 40% marks of the total marks prescribed for pass in all the above three subjects both in theory and practical separately including their sessional marks for a pass. c) Candidates of I B.Pharm are permitted to carryover all the failed subjects to II B.Pharm and appear for II B.Pharm examination concurrently along with failed subjects of I B.Pharm. However, these candidates have to pass all the failed subjects of I B.Pharm to become eligible to proceed to III B.Pharm. d) Similarly, candidates of II B.Pharm who have completely passed all the subjects of I B.Pharm but have failed in II B.Pharm are permitted to carryover all the failed subjects of II B.Pharm to III B.Pharm and appear for III B.Pharm concurrently along with failed subjects of II B.Pharm. However, these candidates have to pass all the failed subjects of II B.Pharm to become eligible to proceed to IV B.Pharm. e) Candidates of III B.Pharm who have completely passed all the subjects of II B.Pharm but have failed in III B.Pharm are permitted to carryover all the failed subjects of III B.Pharm and appear for IV B.Pharm examination concurrently along with failed subjects of III B.Pharm. f) The final B.Pharm candidates can appear for all the subjects of IV B.Pharm along with the failed subjects of III B.Pharm. However they have to pass all the subjects of III B.Pharm before the announcement of IV B.Pharm results. g) A candidate who has passed in all the subjects of IV B.Pharm will be eligible for the award of B.Pharm Degree, provided

he/she has passed in all the III B.Pharm subjects also in case of carryover and he/she has satisfactorily completed the practical training as mentioned under clause (6). 5.3.4 Improvement of sessional marks Candidates who wish to improve the sessional marks only in theory subjects can do so by appearing in the special re-sessional examinations conducted by the college. A minimum of two and maximum of three sessional examinations shall be conducted by the college out of which the average marks of the best two of the three special re-sessional examination shall be forwarded to the university at least 15 days prior to the commencement of the next university Examination. In case the marks scored by the students in the re-sessional examination are less than regular sessional examination, the Head of the department shall forward the marks whichever is higher (Re-sessional/Regular sessional). The re-sessional/regular sessional marks shall be sent to the university at least 15 days prior to the next university examination. 5.3.5Declaration of class Class shall be awarded at the end of I, II, III and final year of B.Pharm examination as shown below: 1) Distinction 75% and above 2) First Class 60% and above and less than 75% 3) Second class 50% and above and less than 60% Pass class shall be awarded to such of the candidates who would have passed the examination in more than one attempt. However, this shall not be applicable to candidates who are exempted in Introductory Biology and Introductory Mathematics by the university. 6. Industrial tour and Training Every candidate shall undergo practical training in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing House / Approved Hospital / CSIR research labs for a period of not less than one hundred and fifty hours to be covered in not less than 45 days after completing III B.Pharm or IV B.Pharm course. Candidate should submit two copies of the training report duly certified by the authorities of the training center in which he / she has undergone training duly accepted and certified by the Head of the Department .

Industrial Tour: Candidates studying in final year of the course shall visit several Pharmaceutical manufacturing houses as a supplement to their academic training and submit a report to the satisfaction of the Head of the department where he / she has studied. 7. Award of Degree and ranks Candidates who fulfill the requirements mentioned in 5.3.3(g) and (6) will be eligible for degree Ranks and Medals shall be awarded on the basis of aggregate of all the four university examinations. However, candidates who fail in one or more subjects during the B.Pharm courses shall not be eligible for award of ranks. Moreover, the candidates should have completed the B.Pharm course in minimum prescribed number of years, (four years) for the award of Ranks.

Courses of Study for B.Pharm (See clause 3)
Table 1: First year B. Pharm Sl No. Subject Theory Hours/ Week Practical Hours/Week Tutorials Per batch of 20 students Hours/ Week 1.1 Human Anatomy & Physiology 03 03 01 1.2 Pharmaceutics (Dispensing & General Pharmacy) 02 03 01 1.3 Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry 02 03 01 1.4 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-I 03 03 01 1.5 Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 03 03 01 1.6 Mathematics OR Biology* 03 02 00 02 00 00 1.7 Computer Science and Statistics* 03 02 00 Total Number of Working Hours** 16 17/19 05 38 hours * College Exams Only **Total number of working hours per week for students securing admission to I B.Pharm with P.C.M.B is 38 hours. Total number of working hours per week for students securing admission to I B.Pharm with P.C.B. is 41 hours Total number of working hours per week for students securing admission to I B.Pharm with P.C.M. is 42 hours

Table II: Second year B.Pharm Sl No. Subject Theory Hours/ Week Practical Hours/Week Tutorials Per batch of 20 students Hours/ Week
2.1 Physical Pharmacy 03 03 01 2.2 Pharmaceutical Microbiology 03 03 02 2.3 Pathophysiology & Health Education 03 00 02 2.4 Biochemistry 03 03 01 2.5 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry-II 03 03 02 Total Number of Working Hours 15 12 08 35 hours

Note: 2.6 Maths / Biology and Computer Science for D.Pharm students (ER91) for PCB/PCM candidates only.

Table III : Third year B.Pharm Sl No. Subject Theory Hours/ Week Practical Hours/Week Tutorials Per batch of 20 students Hours/ Week 3.1 Medicinal Chemistry 03 03 01 3.2 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & Drug Regulatory Affairs 02 00 01 3.3 Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy 03 03 01 3.4 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology & Engineering 03 03 01 3.5 Pharmacology 02 03 01 3.6 Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry 02 03 01 Total Number of working Hours 15 15 06 36 hours

Table IV: Fourth year B.Pharm Sl. No. Subject Theory Hours/ Week Practical Hours/Week Tutorials Per batch of 20 students Hours/ Week 4.1 Pharmaceutical Technology and Biopharmaceutics 03 03 01 4.2 Instrumental and Biomedical Analysis 02 03 01 4.3 Pharmacology and Toxicology 02 04 01 4.4 Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management 02 00 01 4.5 Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry 02 03 01 4.6 4.7
ELECTIVE * 1. Cosmetic Technology 2. Advanced Industrial Pharmacy 1. Pharmacokinetics & Therapeutic Drug Monitoring. 2. Pharmacotherapeutics 02 02 02 02 00 00 00 00 01 01 01 01 Total Number of Working Hours 15 13 07 35 hours * Students are given the option to select any two elective subjects of their choice.

Scheme of Study and Examination for B.Pharm course Table V Scheme of Study and Examination for First year B.Pharm course Code No Subject THEORY PRACTICALS Grand Total No. of Papers Duration of papers (Hrs) Sessional Maximum Marks Max. Marks for written papers Total Duration of examination (Hrs) Sessional maximum marks Max. Marks for practical examination Total 1.1 Human anatomy & Physiology 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 1.2 Pharmaceutics 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 1.3 Pharmacognosy-I 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 1.4 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry - I 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 1.5 Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 1.6* Mathematics 1 03 30 70 100 No Practicals or Biology 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 1.7 * Computer Science & Statistics 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 Total: Theory 500 Practical 500 Grand Total: 1000 * College examinations only.

Table VI Scheme of Study and Examination for Second year B.Pharm course
Code No Subject THEORY PRACTICALS Grand Total No. of Papers Duration of papers (Hrs) Sessional Maximum Marks Max. Marks for written papers Total Duration of examination (Hrs) Sessional maximum marks Max. Marks for practical examination Total 2.1 Physical Pharmacy 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 2.2 Microbiology 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 2.3 Pathophysiology & Health Education 1 03 30 70 100 No Practicals 100 2.4 Bio-chemistry 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 2.5 Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry - II 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 Total : Theory 500 Practical 400 Grand Total : 900

Table VII Scheme of Study and Examination for Third year B.Pharm course Code No Subject THEORY PRACTICALS Grand Total No. of Papers Duration of papers (Hrs) Sessional Maximum Marks Max. Marks for written papers Total Duration of examination (Hrs) Sessional maximum marks Max. Marks for practical examination Total 3.1 Medicinal Chemistry 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 3.2 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence & Drug regulatory affairs 1 03 30 70 100 No Practicals 100 3.3 Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 3.4 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology & Engineering 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 3.5 Pharmacology 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 3.6 Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 Total : Theory 600 Practical 500 Grand Total : 1100

Table VIII Scheme of Study and Examination for Fourth year B.Pharm course Code No Subject THEORY PRACTICALS Grand Total No. of Papers Duration of papers (Hrs) Sessional Maximum Marks Max. Marks for written papers Total Duration of examination (Hrs) Sessional maximum marks Max. Marks for practical examination Total 4.1 Pharmaceutical Technology & Biopharmaceutics 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 4.2 Instrumental & Biomedical Analysis 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 4.3 Pharmacology & Toxicology 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 4.4 Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 4.5 Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry 1 03 30 70 100 04 30 70 100 200 4.6 1) Cosmetic Technology 1 03 30 70 100 No Practicals 100 2) Advanced Industrial Pharmacy 1 03 30 70 100 No Practicals 100 4.7 1) Pharmacokinetics & Therapeutic Drug Monitoring. 1 03 30 70 100 No Practicals 100 2) Pharmacotherapeutics 1 03 30 70 100 No Practicals 100 Total : Theory 700 Practical 500 Grand Total : 1200

First Year B.Pharm HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (Theory) 75 hours 1. Scope of Anatomy and Physiology, basic terminologies used in this subject. 1 2. Structure of cell – Its components and their functions 1

3. Elementary tissues of the human body: epithelial, connective, muscular and Nervous tissues-their sub-types and characteristics 2

4. a) Osseous system – structure, Classification of Bones, composition of Bones, functions of the skeleton. .

2 b) Classification of joints, types of movements of joints and c) Disorders of joints (definitions only)

5. Haemopoietic system a) Composition and functions of blood 6 b) Haemopoiesis and disorders of blood & its components (Definition of Disorders) c) Blood groups d) Clotting factors and mechanism e) Platelets and disorders of coagulation

6. Lymph a) Lymph and lymphatic system; composition, formation and circulation 3 b) Disorders of Lymph and lymphatic system (Definitions only) c) Spleen: Physiology and function 7. Cardio vascular system a) Anatomy of heart 8 b) Blood vessels and circulation c) Pulmonary and systemic circulation d) ECG e) Cardiac cycle and Heart Sounds f) Blood Pressure maintenance and regulation Definitions of the following disorders i) Hypertension ii) Hypotension iii) Arteriosclerosis iv) Atherosclerosis v) Angina vi) Myocardial infarction vii) Congestive Heart failure and viii) Cardiac arrhythmias

8. Respiratory System a) Anatomy of respiratory organs and functions 5 b) Mechanism and regulation of Respiration c) Physiology of respiration: transport of respiratory gases d) Respiratory volumes and vital capacity e) Definitions of: Hypoxia, Asphyxia, Dysbarism, Oxygen therapy and Resuscitation

9. Digestive System a) Anatomy of Gastro Intestinal Tract (GIT) 6 b) Secretions functions and anatomy of i) Salivary glands iv) Pancreas ii) Stomach v) Intestine iii) Liver c) Disorders of GIT (definitions only) d) Digestion and absorption

10. Nervous Systems a) Definitions and classification of Nervous system 12 b) Functional areas and functions of cerebrum c) Cerebellum d) Pons and Medulla e) Thalamus and Hypothalamus f) Basal ganglion g) Spinal cord: Structure and reflexes-Mono-Poly-Plantar h) Cranial Nerves-Names and functions i) ANS-anatomy and functions of sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system

11. Urinary System a) Parts of Urinary system and Gross structure of the kidney 6 b) Structure of Nephron c) Formation of Urine d) Rennin Angiotensin System- Juxta -Glomerular apparatus, Acid Base balance. e) Clearance tests and Micturition

12. Endocrine System a) Pituitary gland 5 b) Adrenal gland c) Thyroid and parathyroid gland d) Pancreas and gonads

13. Reproductive System a) Male and female reproductive systems 7 b) Their hormones – physiology of menstruation c) Spermatogenesis and Oogenesis d) Sex determination (genetic basis) e) Pregnancy and its maintenance and parturition f) Contraceptive devices

14. Sense Organ-Structure and functioning of a) Eye 6 b) Ear c) Skin d) Taste and Smell

15. Skeletal muscles a) Histology 3 b) Physiology of muscle contraction c) Physiological properties of skeletal muscle performance (Definition of the disorders)

16. Sports physiology 2 a) Muscles in Exercise b) Effect of athletic training on muscles and muscle performance c) Respiration in exercise d) CVS in exercise e) Body heat in exercise f) Body fluids and salt in exercise g) Drugs and athletics

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HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (Practicals) 75 hours
1. Determination of hemoglobin content of blood
2. Determination of R.B.C. content of blood
3. Determination of W.B.C. content of blood
4. Determination of differential count of blood
5. Determination of blood groups
6. Determination of blood pressure
7. Determination of Bleeding time & clotting time
8. Determination of vital capacity
9. Study of appliances used in experimental physiology
10. Muscle physiology [simulated experiments] a) To study simple muscle curve b) To study the effect of temperature on muscle contraction c) To study the effect of load and after load on muscle contraction d) To study the fatigue curve e) To study the summation muscle curve
11. Study of different systems with the help of charts and models
12. Study of histology slides of different tissues/organs
13. Study of human skeleton
14. Study of different family planning appliances
15. To perform pregnancy diagnosis tests

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION 1 Identification - 10 Marks 2 Synopsis - 10 Marks 3 Hematology (2 Expt.) - 20 + 10 Marks 4 Muscle Physiology (simulated practicals) - 10 Marks 5 Viva - 10 Marks Total - 70 Marks

HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY REFERENCE BOOKS Recommended books(Latest Edition) Sl.No Name of the book Author Publisher
01 Ross and Wilson Anatomy and Physiology in Health and Illness A. Waugh and A.Grant Churchill Living Stone, Edinburgh,
02 Human Anatomy and Physiology Bhise S.B. And Yadav P Nirali Prakashan, Pune (India),
03 Human Physiology” (Vol. I & Vol. II) C.C. Chatterjee Medical Allied Agency, Calcutta,
04 Consise Medical Physiology Chaudhry S.K New Cenrtal Book Agency, Calcutta
05 Elements of Human Anatomy Physiology and Health Education Thakaore B, P. Gandhi and H.R. Derasari B.S. Shah Publishers, Ahmedabad,

Reference books(Latest Edition) Sl.No Name of the book Author Publisher

01 Illustrated Physiology AB Mc Naught and Callander R B.I. Churchill Living Stone, New Delhi
02 Text book of Medical Physiology A. C. Guyton and J.E. Hall, W.B. Saunders company,
03 Bailey`s TextBook of Microscopic Anatomy Douglas E., Kelly, Richard Wood and Allen C. Enders Williams and Wilkins publishers, London,
04 Human Anatomy and Physiology E.N. Marieb, Addison Wesley, New York,
05 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology G. J. Torotora, John-Wiley & sons New York,
06 Text Book of Human Histology with Colour Atlas Inderbir Singh, Jaypee Brothers, New Delhi,
07 Preventive and Social Medicine Park J.E. and Park K., Banarasidas Bhanot, India,

LIST OF MINIMUM EQUIPMENT REQUIRED (For a batch of 20 students) 1. Microscopes 20 2. Glass Slides 80 3. Haemocytometer with Micropipettes 20 4. Sahli`s haemocytometer 20 5. Hutchinson`s spirometer 01 6. Sphygmomanometer 20 7. Stethoscope 20 8. Permanent Slides for various tissues, One pair of each tissue Organs and endocrine glands One model of each organ System 9. Models for various organs One model for each organ System 10. Specimen for various organs and systems One model for each organ System 11. Skeleton and Bones One set of skeleton and one spare bones 12. Different contraceptive devices and models. One set of each device

1.2: PHARMACEUTICS (Theory) 50 hours 1. Historical background and development of profession of pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Industry, Pharmaceutical education in India in brief. 1 [ 2. Development of Indian pharmacopoeia and introduction to other Pharmacopoeias such as B.P., U.S.P, European pharmacopoeia, Extra Pharmacopoeia and Indian National Formulary. 3
3. a) Introduction to dosage forms: Classification and definitions. b)
Prescription: Definition, parts of prescription and handling c)
Posology: Definition, factors affecting dose selection, calculation of children and Infant doses. Different types of weights and measures, calculations involving percentage of solutions, alligation, proof spirit, isotonic solutions. 8
4. Introduction to different types of processes: Fusion, desiccation, sublimation, exsiccation and ignition. Definition of evaporation, distillation and drying. Various types of Baths; Water bath, Steam bath, Oil bath and Solvent bath 4
5. Galenicals: Definition, equipment for different extraction processes: Expression infusion, decoction, maceration and percolation, method of preparation of spirits, tinctures, extracts, soxhlet extraction. 6
6. Surgical aids: Definition and types of surgical sutures and ligatures. Manufacture and standardization of surgical catgut. 3
7. Powders and granules: Classification, advantages and disadvantages, preparation of simple, compound powders, insufflations, dusting powders, Eutectic and explosive powders, tooth powders and effervescent granules. 5

8. Monophasic dosage forms: Theoretical aspects including commonly used vehicles, essential adjuvant like stabilizers, colorants, and flavors with examples. Study of following monophasic liquids like gargles, mouthwashes, throat paints, eardrops, nasal drops, liniments and lotions, enemas, colloidions, syrups, elixirs and solutions. 6 9
Biphasic dosage forms: Suspensions: Definition and classification, diffusible and indiffusible suspensions, advantages and disadvantages. Emulsions: Definition, types of emulsions, identification tests emulsifying agents, creaming and cracking of emulsions. 7
10.Suppositories and pessaries: Definition, advantages and disadvantages, types of bases, method of preparation, displacement value. 4
11.Incompatibilities: Introduction, Physical and Therapeutic incompatibility and methods of overcome to same. 3

PHARMACEUTICS (Practicals) 75 hours 1. Syrups : a) Simple syrup IP* b) Syrup of ephedrine hydrochloride NF* c) Orange syrup. 2. Elixir : a) Piperazine citrate elixir BP* b) Paracetamol paediatric elixir BPC* 3. Linctuses: a) Simple linctus BPC* b) Pediatric simple linctus BPC* 4. Solutions: a) Solution of cresol with soap IP* b) Aqueous iodine solution IP* c) Strong solution of iodine IP* e) Weak iodine solution IP* f) Strong solution of ammonium acetate** 5. Liniments: a) Liniment of turpentine IP** b) Liniment of Camphor BPC** c) Soap liniment* 6. Suspensions: a) Calamine lotion IP** b) Magnesium hydroxide mixture BP** 7. Emulsions: a) Liquid paraffin emulsion, ** b) Castor oil emulsion, ** c) Cod liver oil emulsion** 8. Powders: a) Eutectic powder* b) Effervescent powder* c) Dusting powder* d) Effervescent granules** 9. Suppositories: a) Boric acid suppository ** b) Zinc oxide suppository** 10. Colloidion: a) Salicylic acid colloidion 11. Gargle: a) Potassium chlorate gargle* 12. Mouthwash: a) Antiseptic mouthwash.* 13. Enema: a) Any one*. 14. Preparation of some pharmacopeial extracts and galenical products with different methods of extraction


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