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Pt Ravishankar shukla university, The University Institute of Pharmacy was established in the year 2001, this university provides M.Pharma course, it is a 2 year course which is divide into 4 Sam. 12 seats are available in the course, and 55000 rs is per sem fee and eligibility for the course is B.Pharm. 60% (55% for SC/ST) with GATE, here I am providing you the syllabus of this programme, you can download it from here.

B. Pharm. First Semester
1-T-1 Introduction to Pharmaceutics
1. Pharmacy profession: History, code of pharmaceutical ethics. Pharmacy as a career, pharmacy in relation to allied health profession. Introduction to pharmacopoeia.
2. Routes of drug administration: Classification of pharmaceutical dosage forms. Definition of solid, liquid, semisolid, gaseous and introductory remarks on novel drugs delivery systems.
3. Definitions, general formulations, manufacturing procedures and official products of-
Liquid solutions: Aromatic waters, syrups, spirit, elixirs, glycerites, lotion and liniments.
Dispersed vehicles: Jellies, mucilage’s, emulsions and suspensions, milks.
4. Extraction and Herbal Products: Principle and method of extraction, preparation of infusion, tinctures, dry and soft liquid extracts.
6. Pharmaceutical arithmetic: Dilution and concentration of solutions, calculation by allegation, proof spirits, isotonic solutions.
7. Study of following Pharmaceutical aids with their application: Colouring agent, flavouring agents, sweetening agents.

Introduction to Pharmaceutics (Practical)
Experiments based on Theory topics.

2 Pharmaceutical Chemistry Physical
1. Introduction
2. Behaviour of Gases: Kinetic theory of gases, deviation from ideal behaviour and explanation.
3. The liquid state: Physical properties- surface tension, parachor, viscosity, refractive index, optical rotation, dipole moments and chemical constituents.
4. Solutions: Ideal and real solutions, solution of gases in liquid, collogative properties, partition coefficient, conductance and its measurements, Debye Huckel theory. Expression of concentration, ebulisocope and cryoscopic methods for determination of molecular weight. Osmosis, Liquid-liquid system, critical solution, temperature.
5. Thermodynamics: - The first, second and third laws of thermodynamics. Zeroth law, absolute temperature scale, thermochemical equations, free energy functions and applications.
6. Chemical equilibrium: - Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Law of mass action, Lechateller’s principle. Hydrolysis of salts. Henderson Haesalbalch’s equation.
7. Phase rule: - One and two component system of pharmaceutical interest.
8. Chemical kinetics: - Order of reaction, first and second order of reaction, determination of order of reaction. Theories of reaction kinetics, characteristics of homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, acid base and enzyme catalysis.
9. Quantum Mechanics: Postulate of quantum mechanics, operators in quantum mechanics, the schrodinger wave equation.
10. Nuclear and Radiation Chemistry: - Nuclear radio pharmaceutical, Clinical Application and dosage, hazards & precautions.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry Physical (Practical)

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Pharmaceutical Chemistry Inorganic
An outline of methods of preparation, uses and assays of the following classes of pharmaceuticals includes in pharmacopoeia
1. Acid & Bases: Buffers, water
2. Gastro intestinal Agents: Acidifying agents, antacids, protective & adsorbents, cathartics.
3. Major Intra & Extra cellular electrolytes: Physiological ions, Electrolytes used in replacement Theory, acid base balance and combination therapy.
4. Essential & trace elements: Transition elements & their compounds of pharmaceutical importance: Ion & haematinics, mineral supplements
5. Cationic & Anionic components of Inorganic drugs useful for systemic effects.
6. Topical Agents: Protective , Astringents, Ant infective
7. Inhalants, Expectorant and Respiratory stimulants
8. Complexing & Chelating agents use in Therapy
9. Antidotes in poisoning
10. Miscellaneous Agents - Antioxidant

Pharmaceutical Chemistry Inorganic (Practical)
Experiments based on Theory topics.
1-T-4 Pharmaceutical Biology
1. Modern concepts of Biology viz. molecular, Physiological and Biochemical aspects.
2. Biological classification, species and population, Biotic community, Biosphere
3. Method of classification of plants
4. Plant cell: It’s structure and non-living inclusion, mitosis and meiosis, different types of plants tissue and their functions.
5. Morphology of root, stem, bark, wood, leaf, flower, fruit and seed . modification of root and stem.
6. General structure and life history of parasites as illustrated by amoeba. Entamoeba, trypanosome, plasmodium, taenia, and ascaris.
7. General structure and life history of insects like mosquito, housefly, silkworm and mites.
8. Plant Taxonomy: Study of the following families with special refarance to medicinal important plants: papaveracease, Ranunculaceae, Cruciferacae, Apocyaneceae, Rutaeceae, Umbelliferae, Rubiaceae, Solanaceae, Convolvulaceae, Scrophylariaceae, Labiaceae, Euphorbiaceae ,Liliaceae, Amarylidaceae, Singiberacoceae, Dioscoraceae..
9. Introduction to microscopy (optical, electron, phase contrast, etc.)
10. Micro-chemical tests for cell wall and cell inclusions..
11. General structure, physiological life history and medico economic importance of: Bacteria, Penicillium, Claviccps, Yeast, Mushrooms and Lycopodium,
12. Preparation and preservation of herbarium sheets.

Computer Applications
1. Digital Electronics: Number system, Review of logic gates, Boolean algebra, Combinational circuits, Decoders and Multiplexers, Flip-Flops, Binary Counters, Shift registers, Data representation, fixed point and floating point representation and other binary codes, half adder, full adder, substracter.
2. Introduction to Computers: Computer System Characteristics and Capabilities: Speed, Accuracy, Reliability, Memory capability, Repeatability. Computer Hardware: Block Diagram of a Computer. Types of Computers: Analog, Digital, Hybrid General and Special Purpose Computers. Computer Generations: Characteristics of Computer Generations Computer Systems – Micros, Minis & Main-frames. Introduction to a PC: The IBM Personal Computer Types of PC systems PC, XT & AT Pentium PC’s Limitations of Micro Computer.
3. Computer Software: System software, Application Software, Types of System Software, Introduction and Types of Operating Systems programs, Booting Loader, Diagnostic Tests, Operating Systems Executive, BIOS, Utility Programs, File Maintenance, Language Processors, Assembler, Compiler & Interpreter. Application Software: Types of Application Software- Special emphasis on application of MS-Office software. Difference between Program and Packages. Disk Operating System: Internal & External Commands, Unix Commands.
4. Networking Concepts: Types of networks design structures; LAN/MAN/WAN; Advantages and limitations. Internet and its Basic Concepts; The Mechanism of the Internet. HTML Basics & Web Site Design.

Computer Applications (Practical)

Physical Pharmacy
1. States of Matter:- Gases & Liquids- Introduction, Real gases, Liquefaction of gases, Solids- Crystallisation, Polymorphism: Definition, different shapes of polymorphs, examples and its applications to Pharmacy,
2. Physical Properties of Drug Molecule - Additive, constitutive and colligative properties; Dielectric constant, its significance to pharmacy.
3. Solutions of non electrolytes- Properties and types of solutions, boiling point and boiling point diagrams, Lowering of vapour pressure, osmotic pressure-Semi permeable membrane and osmotic pressure, measurement of osmotic pressure,
4. Solutions of electrolytes - Electrolysis ; Conductance : Equivalent and specific conductance.
5. Solubility and Distribution Phenomenon - General principles, types of solvents; solubility of salts ; solubility of slightly soluble electrolyte, solubility of weak electrolyte-influence of pH, influence of surfactants; distribution coefficient (Nernst coefficient) ,co-solvency.
6. Application of Chemical Kinetics: Arrhenius equation and shelf life determination, Theories of reaction rate, Accelerated stability studies : Introduction to, conditions used in studying and purpose of studying.
7. Interfacial Phenomenon- Surface tension and surface free Energy ; measurement of surface and interfacial tension, spreading of liquids; adsorption at liquid interfaces, HLB-determination and importance with respect to suspension and emulsion, adsorption on solid surfaces, measurement of surface free area, its significance and importance, electrical double layer, Nernst and Zeta potential , effects of electrolytes, importance with respect to suspension emulsions.
8. Colloids- Introduction, definition, types size and methods of preparation, differences between true , colloidal and coarse suspensions; optical and Kinetic properties : Electro kinetic phenomenon-electrophoresis, electro-osmosis, Donan, membrane equilibrium and its applications; stability of colloidal systems, sensitisation and protective colloids; solubilisation of colloids
9. Rheology- Introduction – Newtonian and Non Newtonian system, viscosity measurements, thixotropy and its pharmaceutical significance; applications of Rheology to pharmacy.
10. Micromeritics : Introduction to fundamental and derived properties, methods to determine particle size, shape and surface area, density and bulkiness, flow properties compaction,

Physical Pharmacy (Practical)

Pharmaceutical Engineering- I
1. Introduction to industrial Processing Unit Operations and Processes. Fundamental concept of material and energy balance Dimensional analysis.
2. Materials of pharmaceutical Plant construction: - Factors affecting the material selection for Pharmaceutical plants. Physical, Chemical and mechanical properties and uses of important materials and their alloys employed in the construction of pharmaceutical plants, heat and corrosion resistant alloys.
3. Corrosion and its prevention: - General considerations, types of corrosion, methods of reducing corrosion.
4. Industrial hazards and safety measures: - Mechanical chemical, electrical, fire and explosive hazards in pharmaceutical process, industries including inflammable gases and dusts. Safety measures in pharmaceutical plants and works.
5. Flow of fluids : Fluid static, manometers, Reynolds number and its significance, distribution of velocities across a pipe, Bernoulli’s theorem and its applications. Fluid heads, friction losses, Enlargement and contraction losses, measurement of flow of fluids.
6. Transportation of material: - Solids: Types of conveyors. Belt conveyers, Chain conveyers screw conveyors, pneumatic conveyors and conveying of manufactured materials. Liquid: - pipes, pipe fittings, pumps and valves. Gases: - Fans, blowers, compressors and ejectors.
7. Process variables and elements of automatic process control, principles and instruments used in measurement of variables like temperature, pressure, flow level, moisture etc. Introduction to process control.
8. Filtration :- Mechanism of filtration, factors affecting filtration, selection of filters, study of filter media, and filter aids, classification of filters, filter press, leaf filters, continuous rotary filters, media filter, membrane filters, sterile filtration of liquids.
9. Centrifugation: - Theoretical consideration, principle of centrifugation, study of laboratory and large scale equipments and their applications.
10. Size Reduction: - Mechanism of size reduction, factors affecting size reduction . pharmaceutical application, theory of size reduction .energy requirement, classification of equipment. Study of cutting rolls. Hammer mill, ball mill roller mill fluid energy mill colloid mill, selection of equipment’s. Wet grinding ,closed circuit grinding
11. Size separation: - Standards for powders, sieves and sieving equipment fluid classification methods sedimentation, Ceylon separator elutriation particle size distribution and its measurement representation of data.
12. Extraction: - Principles of solid - liquid and liquid - liquid extraction. Theories of extraction of drugs study of diffusion batteries, Door agitator, continuous counter current extraction system extraction towers, podbieliak extractor.
13. Mixing :- Fundamentals, mechanism of mixing, Factors influencing the selection of mixers, study of solid- solid, solid-liquid and liquid- liquid mixers used in pharmaceutical industry, ultrasonic mixers

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Pharmaceutical Engineering -II
1. Heat transfer- Heat transfer mechanisms. Heat transfer by conduction. Fourier’s law compound resistance in series, heat flow through a cylinder, conduction, convection through fluids, Natural and forced convection. Surface coefficients, overall heat transfer coefficients. Radiation. Concepts of black and gray body, Heaters, heat exchangers, Inductive heating. Introduction to various types of heating media and fuels, steam as heating medium, properties and uses of steam. Steam traps, heating by electricity. Insulations types and selection of insulators.
2. Evaporation: - Factors affecting evaporation, types of evaporators study of evaporating pan evaporating still, short tube evaporators forced circulation evaporators, film evaporators Evaporator accessorise Evaporators capacity, heat and material balances multiple effect evaporation capacity of multiple effect evaporators under reduced pressure.
3. Distillation: - General theory applied to binary mixtures boiling point and equilibrium diagrams Raoults law and Henerys law, constant boiling mixtures. Equilibrium distillations, differential distillations , rectification, construction of rectifying columns. Enthalpy composition diagram reflux ratio, MC cabe thiele methods for calculation of theoretical plates efficiency, Steam distillation, Molecular distillation and its applications.
4. Humidity and air conditioning :- Definition of various terms, psychometric charts, wet bulb theory, determination of humidity, methods of increasing and decreasing humidity, air conditioning, cooling towers, importance of humidity and its control.
5. Refrigeration :- General considerations, coefficient of performance, capacity of a refrigerating unit, compression and absorption types of refrigeration cycle, choice of refrigerate, application in pharmacy.
6. Drying : Introduction, theory of drying rate of drying, classification of dryers, Vacuum spray, tray, fluidised bed dryers, Principle of freeze drying and freeze dryers,
7. Crystallisation: - Crystal forms and crystal habit solubility curves theory of crystallisation, nucleation and crystal growth material and energy balances, Classification, principle under- lying the design and operation of tank. Swenson Walker, Crystal and vacuum type crystallizers.
8. Gas absorption: - Tower packing properties and types of packing materials for tower, tower construction, pressure drop through packed towers, mass transfer coefficients, HETP.
9. Compaction and compression :- Measurement of punch forces, transmission of forces through powders distribution of forces, acting within the powder mass, effect of pressure on relative volume, Lubrication of the die wall, adhesion and cohesion of particles, strength of granules, factors affecting the strength of tablets.
10. Pilot plant scale up Techniques: - Concept of pilot plant. Pilot plant - scale up techniques in pharmaceuticals.

2-P-3 Pharmaceutical Engineering –II (Practical)
Experiments based on Theory topics of Pharmaceutical Engineering- I and II.
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1. Introduction
a. Pharmaceutical Legislations – A brief review
b. Drugs & Pharmaceutical Industry – A brief review
c. Pharmaceutical Education – A brief review
2. An elaborate (practical oriented) study of the following
a. Pharmaceutical Ethics
b. Pharmacy Act 1948
c. Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940 and Rules 1945
d. Medicinal & Toilet Preparations (Excise Duties)Act 1955
e. Narcotic Drugs & Psychotropic Substances Act 1985 & Rules.
f. Drugs Price Control Order.
3. A brief study of the following with special reference to the main provisions.
a. Poisons Act 1919
b. Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act 1954
c. Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act 1970 & Rules 1975
d. Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960
e. States Shops & Establishment Act & Rules.
f. Insecticides Act 1968
g. AICTE Act 1987
h. Factories Act 1948
i. Minimum Wages Act 1948
j. Patents Act 1970.
4. A brief study of the various prescription/Non-prescription Products, Medical/Surgical accessories, Diagnostic aids, appliances available in the market.
Note: - The teaching off all the above acts should cover the latest amendments.

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1-T-5 Human Anatomy and Physiology-I
1. Scope of anatomy and physiology and basic terminology used in this subjects.
2. Structure of cell, its components and their functions.
3. Elementary tissue of the human body: Epithelial, connective, muscular and nervous tissues, their sub-type and their characteristics.
4. Osseous system: Structure, composition and functions of skeleton, classification of joints, type of movement of joints, disorders of joints.
5. Skeletal system: Gross anatomy and physiology of muscle contraction, physiological properties of skeletal muscle and their disorder.
6. Haemopoietic system: Composition and functions of blood and its elements, their disorder, blood groups and their significance, mechanism of coagulation.
7. The lymphatic system: Composition, formulation and circulation of lymph, disorder of lymph and lymphatic system. Basic Physiology and function of spleen.
8. The cardiovascular system: Basic anatomy of the heart. Physiology of heart, blood vessels and circulation. Basic understanding of cardiac cycle, heart sound and electrocardiogram, blood pressure and its regulation. Outline of cardiovascular disorder like hypertension, hypotension, atherosclerosis, angina, myocardial infarction, congestive heart failure and cardiac arrhythmias.
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Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University was founded in 1964.
The Univ is approved by UGC.

The University Institute of Pharmacy was established with the object of imparting quality education in pharmacy.


2 Years (4 Semester)

12 Rs. 55,000 per sem.

The applicant should have B.Pharm. 60% (55% for SC/ST) with GATE.

PRSU M.Pharma Syllabus

Pandit Ravishankar Shukla University
G.E.Road, Amanaka, Raipur, Chhatisgarh, 492010, Pt.Ravi Shankar Shukla University Campus, Amanaka, Raipur, Chhattisgarh 492010 ‎
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