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PEO, PO, PSO, CO

 

B. Pharm

  • PEO

    • PEO-1 To help pharmacy graduates assimilate theoretical and practical knowledge backed with solid foundations and excellent technological expertise to serve the pharmaceutical industry's in various sectors.
    • PEO-2 To prepare pharmacists to meet the challenges of the pharmacy profession and to contribute effectively to the social health care system.
    • PEO-3 To foster the development of future pharmacists' leadership and entrepreneurship skills.
    • PEO-4 Enhance the knowledge in formulation and dispensing of medicines for oral and parenteral route.
  • PO

    • Learning abilities: Recognize the need to have the preparation and ability to engage in professional continuous learning and utilize the same in their professional and personal life in the context of serving the society.
    • Skill development: Have the practical skills and theoretical knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy in the areas of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy.
    • Decision making: Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyse, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.
    • Planning Potentials: Demonstrate effective planning abilities like resource management, delegating skills, time management, professional skills and organizational skills.
    • Advanced technology: Use modern tools, resources and modern pharmacy related technology with understanding the limitations of them including advanced techniques in synthesis, formulation, screening, standardization and drug interactions.
    • Professional Exploration: Understand, analyse and communicate the value of their professional roles in healthcare services and the entire spectrum of patient care to improve health.
    • Professional Ethics: Understand and follow professional ethics in honouring personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Use ethical frameworks; apply ideal principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.
    • Community service: Develop social responsibility in healthcare sector by screening proficiency, therapeutic understanding, communication, creativity, adaptability, vital assessment, documentation, empathy and encouragement.
    • Pharmaceutical Knowledge: Students acquire in-depth knowledge of the human body and the diseases that are related to it, analytical skills, drug molecules (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients) along with excipients, natural drug resources, chemistry involved in API including synthesis of commonly used drugs, effect of drug on human body, toxicity and impurity profile, ADME studies of drugs (behaviour of drug in human body), dosage form studies including novel approaches, designing and development of formulation stability
    • Pharmacy and society: The pharmacist educates society's citizens on all aspects of health care and offers advice on best practices. Additionally, the student studies industrial legislation, patient counselling, and drug delivery systems. To deal with indoor and outdoor patients admitted to hospitals as well as those in the public, students obtain competence in the storage and distribution of pharmaceuticals with all necessary safeguards and in-depth understanding of dose, adverse effects, and other health-related issues.
    • Research Analysis: Students could use their expertise to conduct fresh study and make breakthroughs.
    • Communication: Communicate effectively with the public and with society about pharmaceutical activity.
  • PSO

    • Demonstrate knowledge in the area of drug synthesis and mechanisms of drug action.
    • Formulate, store and analysis of various dosage forms in research and commercial production.
    • Develop ability for analytical and critical thinking in order to identify and formulate issues related to pharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies and hospital and community pharmacy.
    • Identify the rules and regulations involved in the manufacture, distribution and sale of medicines.
    • Demonstrate knowledge of basic pharmaceutical sciences and ability to acquire, manage and use current information in problem solving.
    • Describe the basic ethical principles in the care of patients.
  • CO


Pharm. D

  • PEO

    • PEO-1 To provide a comprehensive pharmaceutical education and hands-on training culminating in their integration with other health care professionals in the community and hospital settings.
    • PEO-2 To prepare pharmacists to meet the challenges of the pharmacy profession and to contribute effectively to the social health care system.
    • PEO-3 To adopt leadership skills as a member of a health-care team.
    • PEO-4 To use the knowledge and skills earned for the betterment and upliftment of profession while fulfilling their social responsibilities.
  • PO

    • Learning abilities: Recognize the need to have the preparation and ability to engage in professional continuous learning and utilize the same in their professional and personal life in the context of serving the society.
    • Skill development: Have the practical skills and theoretical knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy in the areas of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy.
    • Decision making: Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyse, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.
    • Planning Potentials: Demonstrate effective planning abilities like resource management, delegating skills, time management, professional skills and organizational skills.
    • Advanced technology: Use modern tools, resources and modern pharmacy related technology with understanding the limitations of them including advanced techniques in synthesis, formulation, screening, standardization and drug interactions.
    • Professional Exploration: Understand, analyse and communicate the value of their professional roles in healthcare services and the entire spectrum of patient care to improve health.
    • Professional Ethics: Understand and follow professional ethics in honouring personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Use ethical frameworks; apply ideal principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.
    • Community service: Develop social responsibility in healthcare sector by screening proficiency, therapeutic understanding, communication, creativity, adaptability, vital assessment, documentation, empathy and encouragement.
    • Pharmaceutical Knowledge: Students acquire in-depth knowledge of the human body and the diseases that are related to it, analytical skills, drug molecules (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients) along with excipients, natural drug resources, chemistry involved in API including synthesis of commonly used drugs, effect of drug on human body, toxicity and impurity profile, ADME studies of drugs (behaviour of drug in human body), dosage form studies including novel approaches, designing and development of formulation stability
    • Pharmacy and society: The pharmacist educates society's citizens on all aspects of health care and offers advice on best practices. Additionally, the student studies industrial legislation, patient counselling, and drug delivery systems. To deal with indoor and outdoor patients admitted to hospitals as well as those in the public, students obtain competence in the storage and distribution of pharmaceuticals with all necessary safeguards and in-depth understanding of dose, adverse effects, and other health-related issues.
    • Research Analysis: Students could use their expertise to conduct fresh study and make breakthroughs.
    • Communication: Communicate effectively with the public and with society about pharmaceutical activity.
  • PSO

    • Demonstrate the knowledge of Pharmacy practice in patient counseling, Drug – Drug interactions and promote the safety of medicine.
    • Apply the Policy related to rules and regulations involved in drug development and discovery.
    • To create awareness in society about the effective and safe use of medicines.
    • Apply the knowledge gained through education to handle the medicines and guide doctors through proper channel with supportive documents.
    • Contribute towards health care system and counselling for prophylaxis and prevention of diseases.
    • Create the ethical practice in medicine and moral values in the profession of pharmacy
    • Implementation of cost effective medicine and proper patient care.
    • To create leaders in the pioneer of medicines.
  • CO


M. Pharm

  • PEO

    • PEO-1 To enhance in-depth and advanced knowledge of chosen pharmaceutical science.
    • PEO-2 To introduce the expertise of pharmaceutical skills with by providing hands-on training via cutting-edge infrastructure and equipment.
    • PEO-4 To inculcate the logical thinking, inquisitiveness and yearning for research and development.
    • PEO-5 To indoctrinate future pharmacy professionals with leadership and entrepreneurial skills.
  • PO

    • Learning abilities: Recognize the need to have the preparation and ability to engage in professional continuous learning and utilize the same in their professional and personal life in the context of serving the society.
    • Skill development: Have the practical skills and theoretical knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy in the areas of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy.
    • Decision making: Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyse, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.
    • Planning Potentials: Demonstrate effective planning abilities like resource management, delegating skills, time management, professional skills and organizational skills.
    • Advanced technology: Use modern tools, resources and modern pharmacy related technology with understanding the limitations of them including advanced techniques in synthesis, formulation, screening, standardization and drug interactions.
    • Professional Exploration: Understand, analyse and communicate the value of their professional roles in healthcare services and the entire spectrum of patient care to improve health.
    • Professional Ethics: Understand and follow professional ethics in honouring personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Use ethical frameworks; apply ideal principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.
    • Community service: Develop social responsibility in healthcare sector by screening proficiency, therapeutic understanding, communication, creativity, adaptability, vital assessment, documentation, empathy and encouragement.
    • Pharmaceutical Knowledge: Students acquire in-depth knowledge of the human body and the diseases that are related to it, analytical skills, drug molecules (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients) along with excipients, natural drug resources, chemistry involved in API including synthesis of commonly used drugs, effect of drug on human body, toxicity and impurity profile, ADME studies of drugs (behaviour of drug in human body), dosage form studies including novel approaches, designing and development of formulation stability
    • Pharmacy and society: The pharmacist educates society's citizens on all aspects of health care and offers advice on best practices. Additionally, the student studies industrial legislation, patient counselling, and drug delivery systems. To deal with indoor and outdoor patients admitted to hospitals as well as those in the public, students obtain competence in the storage and distribution of pharmaceuticals with all necessary safeguards and in-depth understanding of dose, adverse effects, and other health-related issues.
    • Research Analysis: Students could use their expertise to conduct fresh study and make breakthroughs.
    • Communication: Communicate effectively with the public and with society about pharmaceutical activity.
  • PSO

    • Impart theoretical knowledge and practical skills with the use of various advanced analytical instruments applicable for analysis of various drugs.
    • Exercise is imparted on Biostatistics and research methodology, correlation, Regression, sampling techniques, parametric test, ANOVA of Biostatictics in pharmacy.
    • Impart in depth knowledge in the area of advances in novel drug delivery systems.
    • Relates to research aspects of Pharmacological sciences, development of new animal models, pharmacovigilance, drug interactions, chemical trials and toxicity studies during drug discovery process.
    • Apply critical thinking skills including investigation, application, analysis, creativity and data and documents related to research investigations.
    • Develop the skills of scientific writing and communication centres.
    • Relate preformulation, optimization, validation and current good manufacturing practices in industrial operations.
    • Acquire the knowledge and skills required to develop generic drug development and documents required for filing to various regulatory authorities to obtain regulatory approval.
    • Impart indepth knowledge and skills to apply applications of computer in pharmaceutical research and development.
  • CO


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