Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharmacy)
2 Years, Full Time, Post Graduate Degree
AICTE Approved, UGC Recognised, Affiliated to University of Mumbai(Indian University)
- Seats: Total – 18 | General – 5 | Management – 4 | Reserved – 9
- Course Description
- HKCP offers 2 year full time degree course Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharmacy) for Graduates which spans over four semesters including theory papers in 1st year and research project in 2nd Year. The course is affiliated to Mumbai University. After successful course completion one will be able to pursue a successful career in the specified field.
A candidate must satisfy following eligibility criteria:
- Must be an Indian National
- Bachelors degree or equivalent in Pharmacy from an AICTE approved institutions with minimum 50 % marks (at least 45% marks in case of SC/ST category belonging to Maharashtra State only)
- Valid GPAT score
Skill development programs
Environment test chamber- Aug 2016
TRAINER: Mr Suresh Anchan Service Engineer (RMI Sales and Engineering Limited)
A training program was organized for M. Pharm students at H K College of Pharmacy on 26th august 2016 for environment test chamber.
Mr Suresh Anchan explained different parts of the equipment. He demonstrated different programming option of equipment like temperature, humidity, timer print, run and stop. Students asked questions regarding setting of different parameters and precautions to be taken during working of equipment. About 10 programs can be set at a time. He showed water level to be maintain during the run option. M Pharm students enquired about data storage and erase option. Program was ended after giving thanks and collecting of feedback from faculty and students.
Hands on training on FTIR- Sept 2016
A hands on training program on working of FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy) was organized for M. Pharm students.
Basic Principle and Theory of FTIR technique was described in the beginning. Students were taught KBr pellet technique. Various measurement parameters of the software were explained to students using 2 to 3 available drugs. Spectrum interpretation and various modes of saving of the spectrum were taught. Students queries related to baseline correction, water and CO2 peaks, maintenance of the instrument etc were satisfactorily solved.