Program Objectives(POS):

  • In-Depth Knowledge: Graduates should have a comprehensive understanding of advanced pharmaceutics principles, including drug delivery systems, dosage form design, and formulation development.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: Graduates should be equipped with the ability to identify, analyze, and solve complex pharmaceutical formulation and drug delivery-related problems using critical thinking and scientific reasoning.
  • Research and Development: Graduates should be capable of conducting research in pharmaceutics, contributing to innovations in drug delivery technologies and formulation science.
  • Formulation Development: Graduates should have the skills to design and develop novel drug formulations, considering factors such as drug stability, bioavailability, and patient compliance.
  • Professional and Ethical Behavior: Graduates should exhibit professionalism and adhere to ethical standards in pharmaceutical research and development.
  • Communication Skills: Graduates should have effective communication skills, both written and oral, to convey complex pharmaceutical information to healthcare professionals and patients.
  • Leadership and Teamwork: Graduates should be proficient in working collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams and, over time, assume leadership roles.
  • Lifelong Learning: Graduates should recognize the importance of continuing education and be committed to lifelong learning to stay updated with advancements in pharmaceutics.
  • Environmental and Social Responsibility: Graduates should be aware of environmental and social responsibilities associated with pharmaceutical research and development, promoting sustainable and ethical practices.
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Graduates should be encouraged to engage in innovation and entrepreneurship in the field of pharmaceutics.
  • Patient-Centric Care: Graduates should be prepared to contribute to patient care by designing drug delivery systems that enhance medication adherence and effectiveness.
  • Quality Assurance and Control: Graduates should understand advanced concepts of quality assurance and control in pharmaceutical manufacturing, ensuring adherence to regulatory guidelines.

Program Specific Objectives(PSOS):

  • Formulation Expertise: Graduates of M.Pharm. Pharmaceutics will demonstrate advanced skills in formulation development, encompassing the design and optimization of pharmaceutical dosage forms for enhanced drug delivery, stability, and patient compliance.
  • Advanced Analytical Proficiency: M.Pharm. Pharmaceutics graduates will exhibit a high level of proficiency in utilizing advanced analytical techniques for the thorough characterization and quality assessment of pharmaceutical products, ensuring compliance with regulatory standards and industry requirements.
  • Research and Innovation in Drug Delivery Systems: Graduates will contribute to the field through innovative research in drug delivery systems, showcasing the ability to design and implement novel approaches for effective and targeted drug release, with a focus on improving therapeutic outcomes and patient experiences.


2 years


The candidate must have passed Bachelor in Pharmacy (B. Pharm.) from any recognized Pharma institute with minimum 50% marks (SC/ST) and 55% (General). Admissions are based on the guidelines of the university. Directly through management quota based on merit in Graduation. G-PAT score card candidates are given preference.

Selection Process:

Merit-Based/ Entrance Exam


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