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CONTENTSTopicPage No.Assistant Pharmacy Diploma - Degree Audit3Assistant Pharmacy Diploma - Evaluation Details6New Program – Grading System8Assistant Pharmacy Diploma – Course Details1. Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms–I2. Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms–II3. Pharmacy Practice – III4. Dosage Forms – III & Quality Control5. Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms–IV6. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I7. Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II8. Medicinal Chemistry9. Biochemistry-I10. Biochemistry-II11. Fundamentals of Pharmacology12. Applied Therapeutics-I13. Applied Therapeutics-II14. Applied Therapeutics-III15. Applied Therapeutics-IV16. Natural Products from Medicinal Plants17. Pharmaceutical Microbiology18. Public Health19. Pharmaceutical Terminology20. Pharmacy Laws & Management21. First Aid22. Departmental Pharmacy Training23. Fundamentals of Chemistry24. English-I25. English-II26. Public Speaking & Communication Skills27. Technical Writing-I28. Technical Writing-II29. Entrepreneurship30. Graduation Project31. On-Job 525456586062646667692

Higher College of TechnologyPharmacy DepartmentAssistant Pharmacy Diploma – Degree AuditSeptember 2014Semester-I (12 PENG1100ENTW1100Course TitlePrerequisiteCo-requisite--Course TitlePrerequisiteCo-requisitePharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms -IBiochemistry-IPharmaceutical Chemistry-IApplied Therapeutics-IEnglish-IITechnical eutical TerminologyFirst AidFundamentals of PharmacologyFundamentals of ChemistryEnglish-ITechnical Writing-IPassingGradeCCCCDDTypeCredit TheoryPoints cticalHours2226ContactHours53423421Semester-II (15 PENG1200ENTW1200Credit TheoryPoints HoursMR43MR21MR32MR22CR13CR34Total15153

Summer Semester-I (4 Credits)CourseCodePHAR6300PENG1300Course TitlePharmacy Laws & ManagementPublic Speaking & ngGradeCDTypeMRCRTotalCredit TheoryPoints ntactHours526417Semester-III (13 Credits)CourseCodePHAR1120PHAR2220PHAR3220Course harmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-IIBiochemistry-IIApplied Therapeutics-IIPHAR2120PHAR5110Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IIPharmaceutical 10--CCMRMRTotalCourse armacy Practice-IIIMedicinal ChemistryDosage Forms-III & Quality ControlApplied Therapeutics-IIIMRMRMRCredit TheoryPoints Hours4311322313129Semester-IV (13 MRMRMRMRTotalCredit TheoryPoints Hours432242321394

Summer Semester-II (4 Credit)CourseCodePHAR5120PHAR4100Course TitlePrerequisiteCo-requisitePublic HealthNatural Products from Medicinal PlantsPHAR5110--PassingGradeCCTypeCredit TheoryPoints 5TypePracticalHours-ContactHours3Semester-V (12 Credits)CourseCodePHAR1150Course TitlePrerequisiteCo-requisitePharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms -IV-PHAR3240PHAR1200Applied Therapeutics-IVDepartmental Pharmacy racticalHours4ContactHours4MR--BAMG2111 EntrepreneurshipMRCredit TheoryPoints Hours33Semester-VI (2 Credits)CourseCodePHAR6400Course TitlePrerequisiteCo-requisiteGraduation ProjectNonePHAR6500On-the-Job Training ngGradeCNoneCMRCredit TheoryPoints Hours2---* Total Credits 75(CW College Requirements 14 Credits; DR Departmental Requirements 3 Credits; MR Major Requirements 58 Credits)5

Assistant Pharmacy Diploma – Evaluation Details#Type of Course1234561, 2 & 3 Credit courses (only Theory)3 Credit courses (only Practical)2 Credit courses(Theory & Practical–1 credit each)3 Credit courses(Theory–2 credits & Practical–1 credit)4 Credit courses(Theory–2 credits & Practical–2 credit)4 Credit courses(Theory–3 credits & Practical–1 credit)TheoryCourse calCourse 88107-1006

Assistant Pharmacy DiplomaDetails of the Courses by Pharmacy DepartmentCourseCourse TitleNumbera) 1 Credit courses (only Theory)PHAR6100 Pharmaceutical TerminologyPHAR6200 First AidPHAR6300 Pharmacy Laws & ManagementPHAR2220 Biochemistry-IIPHAR5120 Public Healthb) 2 Credit courses (only Theory)PHAR3210 Applied Therapeutics-IPHAR2300 Medicinal Chemistryc) 3 Credit courses (only Practical)PHAR1200 Departmental Pharmacy Trainingd) 2 Credit courses (Theory & Practical–1 credit each)PHAR2210 Biochemistry-IPHAR2120 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IIe) 3 Credit courses (only Theory)PHAR1150 Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-IVf) 3 Credit courses (Theory–2 credits & Practical–1 credit)PHAR3100 Fundamentals of PharmacologyPHAR2110 Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IPHAR3220 Applied Therapeutics-IIPHAR3230 Applied Therapeutics-IIIPHAR3240 Applied Therapeutics-IVPHAR5110 Pharmaceutical MicrobiologyPHAR4100 Natural Products from Medicinal Plantsg) 4 Credit courses (Theory–2 credits & Practical–2 credit)PHAR1140 Dosage Forms-III & Quality Controlh) 4 Credit courses (Theory–3 credits & Practical–1 credit)PHAR1130 Pharmacy Practice-IIIPHAR1110 Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms -IPHAR1120 Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms -IIi) Graduation projectPHAR6400 Graduation Projectj) Training coursePHAR6500 On-the-Job Training (OJT)7

Higher College of TechnologyNew Programme - Grading SystemGPA 70-72267-691.760-66155-590 54GradeAAB BBC C(Major Requirements)C(Departmental Requirement)D(College Requirement)F8

Assistant Pharmacy Program– Course Details –9

PHAR1110PrerequisiteHours/WeekGoalPharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-I4 CredithoursNone3 (Theory) 2 (Practical)To introduce the students to pharmaceutical drug preparations, definitions,classifications, uses along with the basic principles of compounding anddispensing including pharmaceutical calculations.ObjectivesOutcomesThe course should enable the students to:The students should be able to:1. Understand the classifications and thedefinitions of all the dosage forms.2. Get acquainted with the fundamentaloperations in pharmaceutical practicesuch as weighing, drying, mixing, sizereduction of particles, filtration,evaporation, sterilization, etc.3. Deal with liquid dosage formulationrelated components like solvents,solubilizers, preservatives, stabilizers,sweetening agents, flavoring andcoloring agents.4. Gain knowledge about different typesof containers, closures and packagingmaterial along with labelinginformation for the dispensedproducts.5. Understand the contents ofprescription, its types and generaldispensing procedures.6. Study about the posology /doses ofcommonly used drugs andpharmaceutical calculations.7. Understand good manufacturingpractices (GMP) and good laboratorypractices (GLP) in compounding anddispensing.8. Get acquainted with the non-sterileaqueous and non aqueous solutionsmeant for oral and external use.1. Get familiar with the pharmaceutical dosageforms.2. Recall the role of gained informationconcerning unit operations to be applied inpharmacy practice e.g. size reduction,mixing, filtration, etc.3. Realize the importance of each componentin dosage forms e.g. solvents, solubilizers,preservatives, etc.4. Select suitable containers for the dispensedproducts and compose appropriate labels.5. Respond to different types of prescriptionreading and general dispensing procedures.6. Carry out calculation of drug doses andpharmaceutical calculations.7. Formulate simple extemporaneouspreparation of some drugs by followingGMP & GLP.8. Apply the gained information about theequipment and machineries used in drugmanufacturing.10

Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-IContentsTopics1. Introduction to Dosage Forms: Liquid dosage forms and non-sterile liquid dosage forms.2. Formulation considerations: additives e.g. solvents, stabilizers, preservative, organolepticadditives, etc.3. Liquid Dosage Forms:a) Non-sterile monophasic liquid dosage forms, aromatic waters, syrups and aqueous solutions.Selection of containers, storage conditions, labeling and their applications.b) Oral and external solutions: Simple mixtures, oral drops, astringent solutions, anti-infectivesolutions, mouth washes, gargles, douches, nasal drops and enemas. Selection of containers,storage conditions, labeling and their applications.c) Non-aqueous pharmaceutical solutions: Elixirs, spirits, collodions, glycerites, liniments, ear drops andinhalations.4. Pharmaceutical Processes:a) Pharmaceutical processes not involving application of heat: Size reduction, mixing,separation of solids from liquids and extractions.b) Pharmaceutical processes involving application of heat: Evaporation, drying, crystallization,distillation, sublimation and sterilization.5. Fundamental operations in compounding: Weighing, measurement of liquids, mixing, dissolution,filtration, etc.6. Good pharmaceutical practice in compounding and dispensing of drugs7. Formulation of Dispensed Products8. Containers & Closures for Dispensed Products: Packaging materials and packagingprocess.9. Labeling of dispensed medicines: Information on the label, cautionary & advisory labels andpreparation of labels.10. Responding to Prescription: Types of prescription and general dispensing procedures.11. Pharmaceutical Calculations: Alligation methods for alcohol dilutions, proof strength, ratio &proportions, reducing & enlarging formulas, density, specific gravity, etc.11

PHAR1120PrerequisiteHours / WkGoal4 CredithoursPHAR1110 (Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-I)3 (Theory ) 2 (Practical)Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-IITo impart the methods of communication & counseling skills. Toenlighten about some proprietary and OTC (Over- The- Counter) drugproducts acting on skin, eye, nose, and throat. Besides make thestudents thorough with the process and formulations of sterile and nonsterile liquid dosage forms.ObjectivesOutcomesThe course should enable the students to:The student should be able to: the concept of patientcompliance and concordance &learn the methods of counseling andcommunication skills with patients.Understand the meaning and detailsof proprietary medicines and anyrelated OTC drugs/ non prescriptiondrugs acting on skin, eye, nose,oropharynx, and ear.Learn the requirements,formulations and processing of nonsterile polyphasic liquid dosageform such as suspension, emulsion& colloids.Understand the requirements andformulation of sterile dosage formslike parenterals, total parenteralnutrition (TPN) and ophthalmics.Appreciate the importance ofsterilization & aseptic techniques.Understand the factors concernedwith contamination of parenteralproducts, sterility, containers,preservations, etc.1. Counsel and communicate with patients.2. Gain the knowledge of proprietarymedicines along with any related OTCdrugs acting on skin, eye, nose,oropharynx and ear; Counsel and select anappropriate OTC product for the patientafter due consideration about the patientcondition, sex, age, other ailments andprescription drugs consumed.3. Formulate non-sterile preparations ofpolyphasic dispersions like emulsions andsuspensions.4. Become familiar with the sterilepreparations like parenterals, TPN andophthalmics.5. Recall the basic principles involved in thesterility, preservation, isotonicity andmaintenance of pH of the sterile products.6. Formulate some sterile preparations ofparenteral and ophthalmic products.12

Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-IIContentsTopics1. Patient Compliance2. Counseling3. Proprietary Products-I and related OTC (Over- The - Counter) drug products: Variouspharmaceutical preparations for pathological conditions of the organ/ system along withthe strength, dosage forms, dose and their uses. The preference of various additives andvehicles for the preparations applicable for various pathological conditions of thesystem / organ.a) Drugs acting on eyeb) Drugs acting on skinc) Drugs acting on nosed) Drugs acting on oropharynxe) Drugs acting on ear4. Non-sterile Liquid Dosage Forms (Polyphasic disperse system):a) Suspensions: Definition, types of suspensions, suspending agents, formulation,containers, storage conditions, formulation related problems, assessment(sedimentation volume and degree of flocculation) and its pharmaceuticalapplications.b) Emulsions: Definition, types of emulsions, emulsifying agents, surface active agents,HLB scale, formulation (wet and dry gum methods), theory of emulsion, stabilitystudies, containers, storage conditions, labeling and its pharmaceutical applications.c) Colloids: Types and its pharmaceutical applications.5. Sterile Liquid Dosage Forms:a) Parenteral products: Types, requirements, various additives, sources of pyrogencontamination, methods of sterilization, formulation of thermolabile & thermostableproducts, various types of containers, details of chances of contamination inparenteral production, advantages, disadvantages, labeling, storage conditions andapplications of parenterals.b) Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and Home parenteral nutrition: Indications, basicrequirements, routes of administration, compounding, labeling, storage and stabilityof TPN solutions.c) Ophthalmic products: Types, general requirements, various additives, formulation(eye drops/ lotions/ ointments), containers, storage conditions, labeling,pharmaceutical applications and newer dosage forms.13

4 CredithoursPHAR1130Pharmacy Practice-IIIHours / WkPrerequisiteCo-requisiteGoal3(Theory) 2 (Practical)PHAR1120 (Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-II)PHAR1140 (Dosage Forms-III & Quality Control)Introduces the students to various incompatibilities, besides providingknowledge about various categories of Over-the-counter (OTC) andproprietary drugs and their interactions with other drugs consumedconcurrently. To provide sequentially about proprietary products andrelated OTC drug products used in the treatment of GIT, CVS,respiratory, endocrine systems as well as infectious diseases.ObjectivesOutcomesThe course should enable the students to: The students should be able to:1. Develop the ability to utilize varioussources to gather drug information.2. Understand the role of assistantpharmacist in hospital pharmacy.3. Understand the different types ofincompatibility like physical, chemicaland of therapeutic origin.4. Understand various drug interactionsof Over- the-counter (OTC) or nonprescription drugs, predict the possibledrug interactions with other drugs takensimultaneously, identify the nonsuitability of certain OTC drugs tosome patients and offer patientcounseling in selection and appropriateuse of OTC products.5. Understand the details of proprietaryproducts and any related OTC drugsacting on respiratory, endocrine,gastrointestinal and cardiovascularsystems.6. Describe the proprietary products usedin the treatment of infectious diseases.7. Learn the formulation of semi-soliddosage forms like ointments, creams,pastes and poultices. Similarly theformulation of solid dosage forms thatinclude powders, granules, tablets,capsules and suppositories.1. Generate, revise and retrieve druginformation and data through varioussources.2. Familiarize with the role of Assistantpharmacist in hospitals pharmacy.3. Apply the knowledge of incompatibilityand drug interaction before dispensing anOTC product or prescriptions.4. Select appropriate proprietary drugs and orOTC drugs for the treatment ofrespiratory, endocrine, cardiovascular andrespiratory disorders.5. Counsel and select an appropriate OTCproduct for the patient after dueconsideration about the patient condition,sex, age, other ailments and prescriptiondrugs consumed.6. Choose an appropriate chemotherapeuticagent to be used in the treatment ofinfectious diseases.7. Compound different types of semi-soliddosage form e.g. ointments, creams,pastes, poultices and suppositories.8. Formulate different dosage forms e.g.powders, granules, tablets, capsules andsuppositories.14

Pharmacy Practice-IIIContentsTopics1. Drug information: Classification, types of sources and information retrieval2. Hospital pharmacy: Hospital and pharmacy organization, role of variouspersonnel, system of dispensing to in-patients, safe use of medications in thehospital, medication errors.3. Incompatibility and drug interaction (OTC and proprietary products):Introduction, physical, chemical and therapeutic incompatibilities.4. Proprietary products-II and related OTC (Over- The - Counter) drugproducts: Drugs acting on respiratory, endocrine, GIT, CVS and againstinfectious diseases.Various pharmaceutical preparations for pathological conditions of the organ/system along with the strength, dosage forms, dose, and their uses. Preferenceof various additives and vehicles for the preparations applicable forpathological conditions of the system / organ.Over- the- counter drugs: (OTC) drugs included under above categoriesThe list of OTC drugs approved by Ministry of Health (MOH), their trade names,common uses, precautions, contraindications and patient counseling for:Enteral drugs: Antacid- digestive- antiflatulent products,Anti-emetics –emetics, laxatives, antidiarrheals and hemorrhoid preparations.Cough, cold and allergy drugs: Antitussives, expectorants, decongestants and antihistamines.Miscellaneous: Contraceptives & vaginal drugs (candidiasis)1. Practical based on dosage forms-III:a. Ointments, Creams, Paste, Poulticeb. Powders, Granules, Tablets, Capsulesc. Suppositories15

PHAR1140Dosage Forms-III & Quality Control4 CredithoursHours/WeekPrerequisiteCo-requisiteGoal2 (Theory) 4 (Practical)PHAR 1120 (Pharmacy Practice & Dosage forms-II)PHAR1130 (Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-III)To introduce the students to various semi-solid and solid dosage formsin practice. It also imparts the basic principles of pharmaceutical &chemical quality control testing using various laboratory techniques andinstruments for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of Dosage formsand their active constituents.ObjectivesOutcomesThe course should enable the students to:The student should be able to:1. Know various types and components thatconstitute semi-solid dosage forms likeointments, creams, pastes and poultices.2. Know various types, components thatconstitute solid dosage forms like powders,granules, tablets, capsules and suppositories.3. Understand the processes of tabletcompression and coating, single and multiplecompressed tablets, chewable tablets etc.4. Recognize the difference between hard andsoft gelatin capsules.5. Understand the process of microencapsulation.6. Be acquainted with the process used in theformulation of suppositories.7. Develop familiarity for the packaging, storageand labeling of solid and semisolid dosageforms.8. Understand the role of quality assurance andquality control in the pharmaceutical sector.9. Understand the principles of pharmaceuticaland chemical quality control testing of variousdosage forms like tablets, capsules, liquids,parenteral products, ophthalmic preparations,ointments, suppositories and aerosols.10. Understand the sampling techniques,instrumentation and various principles involvedin the testing of drugs in the dosage forms byqualitative and quantitative analysis.1. Review different kinds of semi-soliddosage forms like ointments, creamsand paste and poultices.2. Recall solid dosage forms like bulkand divided powders, effervescentand non- effervescent granules.3. Become familiar with some othersolid dosage forms like tablet,capsules(hard and soft),microencapsules and suppositories.4. Familiarize with the role of Qualityassurance, quality control,documentation and good practices inpharmaceutical sector.5. Carry out the quality control testingof various dosage forms like tablets,capsules, liquids, parenteralproducts, ophthalmic preparations,ointments, suppositories andaerosols.6. Apply the various titrimetric andinstrumental techniques forquantitative analysis ofpharmaceutical compounds (drugs) invarious dosage forms.16

Dosage Forms-III & Quality ControlContentsTopicsDosage Forms-III:1. Semisolid dosage forms (ointments, creams, paste and poultice): Definition,types of bases, classification, formulations, containers, storage conditions, labelingand their therapeutic applications.2. Solid dosage forms (powders and granules): Definition, classification, types,requirements, formulations and their pharmaceutical applications.3. Solid dosage forms (Tablets): Definition, classification, advantages &disadvantages, excipients, manufacturing of compressed tablets by differentmethods, tablet machines, processing problems, coating techniques (film, sugarand compression coating), enteric coating, coating equipments and special tablets(chewable, buccal, sublingual, effervescent and long acting types).4. Solid dosage forms (capsules and microencapsulation): Definition, types,requirements, formulation, equipments, packaging, labeling, storage conditions,applications and microencapsulation techniques.5. Suppositories: Definition, advantages, suppository bases, method of preparation,packaging, labeling and storage conditions.Pharmaceutical Quality Control:6. Introduction to quality assurance and quality control: General informationabout QC & QA, SOP’s, GMP & GLP, validation process and documentation.7. Tablet: General appearance, size and shape (diameter and thickness), hardness,friability, disintegration test, dissolution rate, active content, uniformity of weightand content.8. Capsules: Size of capsules, disintegration time, dissolution rate, active content,uniformity of weight and content.9. Parenteral preparations: Pyrogen test, LAL test, sterility test, test for perfectsealing, clarity test, uniformity of weight for powders for injection, uniformity ofactive drug content and alkalinity test for glass containers.Ophthalmic preparations: Sterility testing and finished product closureefficiency test.Semisolids (ointments): Homogeneity, state of oxidation, consistency, testfor sterility (eye ointments) and test for the type of ointment.Liquids: Volume, clarity and color of the solutions, sedimentation rate andvolume and specific viscosity.10. Suppositories: Uniformity of weight, uniformity of content, disintegration,melting point, fracture point test for mechanical properties and release pattern.11. Aerosols: Uniformity of weight, flame projection test, leaker test, leakage rate testand delivery rate testing.Chemical Quality Control:12. Quantitative estimation of active ingredients in tablets, mixtures, capsules,suppositories, elixirs, eye drops, paste, injections and emulsions.17

PHAR1150Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-IVHours / WkPre-requisiteGoal3 (Theory )PHAR1130 ( Pharmacy Practice-III)3 CredithoursTo emphasize the use of computers in generating any informationrelated to pharmacy field and research. Introduces the students tovarious irrational uses of drugs, the role of Assistant Pharmacist incommunity pharmacy, proprietary products and any related OTC drugsproducts for central nervous system; malignancy; storage- stabilizationof drugs and prediction of shelf-life. It also imparts knowledge about theessential background in the production of newer drug delivery systemsand new trends of sustained release including site specific deliverysystems.ObjectivesOutcomesThe course should enable the students to:1. Use computers to generate, reviseand retrieve any information anddata in hospital, communitypharmacy, industry or education andin research.2. Know the role of assistant pharmacistspecifically in community pharmacy.3. Understand the irrational use of drugsand the reasons concerning them.4. Gain knowledge about the predictionof shelf life, stabilization and storageof different drugs.5. Understand the pharmacy practiceaspect of the proprietary products andrelated OTC drug products acting oncentral nervous system.6. Understand various chemotherapeuticagents used in malignancy (cancer)7. Understand the concepts involved inthe newer drug delivery systems i.e.,controlled / sustained release and sitespecific delivery systems likeoccuserts, intrauterine device (IUD),transdermal patches and implants.The students should be able to:1. Generate, revise and retrieve anyinformation and data throughcomputers.2. Recall the role of assistantpharmacists in communitypharmacy.3. Apply and find remedy for theirrational use of drugs by the healthprofessionals and community.4. Become familiar with the storageand stabilization and shelf life ofdrugs.5. Recall the proprietary products andrelated OTC drug productsencompassed under the centralnervous system.6. Identify the chemotherapeuticcocktail to be used in the treatmentof cancer.7. Counsel and select an appropriateOTC product for the patient afterdue consideration about the patientcondition, sex, age, other ailmentsand prescription drugs consumed.8. Identify various types of controlleddrug delivery systems. Describe themechanism of drug release from thenewer drug delivery systems.18

Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms-IVContentsTopics1. Computers in pharmacy: Role of computer in Hospital pharmacy,Community pharmacy, pharmaceutical industry and in research.2. Role of assistant pharmacist in community and hospital pharmacy3. Irrational use of drugs: Error due prescribing practice, dispensing practice orpatient’s attitudes; measures to minimize these errors.4. Storage , stability and stabilization of drugs: Storage conditions, mechanismof drug decomposition, protection of products against degradation andprediction of shelf life5. Proprietary products-III and related OTC drug products: Study ofpharmacy practice aspect of hypnotics, anxiolytics, antidepressants, analgesics,anesthetics, anti-epileptics and drugs used for the therapy of Parkinson’sdisease, rheumatism and malignancy (cancer). Various pharmaceuticalpreparations for pathological conditions of the organ/ system along with thestrength, dosage forms, dose, and their uses.Over- the- counter drugs: (OTC) drugs included under above categoriesCentrally acting drugs: Analgesics–antipyretics, sleep aids, stimulants and appetitesuppressants.Miscellaneous: Dental products, hematinics, sex hormones (endocrine) vitamins&mineral supplements.6. Controlled drug delivery system: Difference between sustained andcontrolled release preparations, classification of sustained release drug deliverysystems based on dosage forms and mechanism of action, routes ofadministration and some market products.7. Targeted and site specific drug delivery systems: The components,formulation and the applications of aerosols, intraocular drug delivery system,transdermal drug delivery system, implants, intravaginal and intrauterinedevices.19

PHAR2110Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IHours / WkPre-requisiteGoal2 (Theory) 2 (Practical)ASAC1100 (Fundamentals of Chemistry)3 CredithoursIntroduce the students to essential background in pharmaceuticalchemistry including a deep insight into the classification,nomenclature, preparation and properties of various classes oforganic compounds that foster the correct approach to thosemajoring in pharmacy. It also provides some representativebiologically active products and their pharmaceutical applications.ObjectivesOutcomesThe course should enable the students to:The student should be able to:1. Identify the chemical structure andclassify organic compoundsaccording to the functional groupspresent with special emphasis tobiologically active significantmolecules.2. Describe the reactions ofhydrocarbons (alkanes, cycloalkanes,alkenes, alkynes, benzene & itshomologues), alcohols, phenols,ethers, thioalcohols, aldehydes &ketones, carboxylic Acids & itsderivatives, phosphate Esters/anhydrides and amines3. Understand the relation of organicchemistry to some representativepharmaceutical products.1. Identify main types of organicreactions of the differentfunctional group compounds.2. Compare the structure ofbenzene with other aromatics.3. Describe the structure ofbiologically significantmolecules of various classes oforganic compounds.4. Review the role of organicchemistry in relation topharmacy.20

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IContentsTopic1. The main classes of organic compounds including IUPAC nomenclature2. Spatial distribution of bonds in hydrocarbons3. General methods of preparation, physical-chemical properties andbiological significance: Hydrocarbons (alkanes, cycloalkanes, alkenes,alkynes, benzene & its homologues), alcohols, phenols, aromatic alcohols,ethers, thioalcohols, aldehydes & ketones, carboxylic acids & their derivativesand amines.4. Phosphate Esters and Anhydrides21

PHAR2120Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IIHours / WkPre-requisiteGoal1 (Theory) 2 (Practical)PHAR2110 (Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I)2 CredithoursIntroduce the students to essential background in pharmaceuticalchemical analysis including a deep insight into the variousanalytical protocols involved in the quantification of variousclasses of pharmaceutical compounds.ObjectivesOutcomesThe course should enable the students to:The student should be able to:1. Understand the concepts involved inpharmaceutical chemical analysis.2. Understand the different methods ofexpressing concentration in chemicalanalysis.3. Understand the principle andapplication of various techniques ofquantitative chemical analysis such asvolumetric analysis, precipitation

Assistant Pharmacy Diploma - Degree Audit 3 Assistant Pharmacy Diploma - Evaluation Details 6 New Program – Grading System 8 Assistant Pharmacy Diploma – Course Details 1. Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms–I 10 2. Pharmacy Practice & Dosage Forms–II 12 3. Pharmacy Practice –

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