Master of Pharmacy (M.Pharm) in India is offered as post graduate course after completion of B.Pharm degree. The M.Pharm course is normally of two years duration.The course focuses on specialisation in the field of pharmacy.
The subjects of specialization for MASTER OF PHARMACY course are:


The Department of Pharmaceutics is a place where an unwavering commitment to excellence in research, instruction and service is demonstrated through the extraordinary productivity and success of our faculty, staff and students. Our program focuses on Physiologically-Based Approaches to Drug Delivery and Disposition. We offer a training environment that includes cutting edge laboratory instrumentation and technologies and experienced teachers

Pharmaceutics is the study of relationships between drug formulation, delivery, disposition and clinical response. Research in the Pharmaceutics Department encompasses basic, applied, and clinical investigations in (i) pharmacokinetics/ biopharmaceutics, (ii) Industrial Pharmacy (iii) drug delivery and Regulatory affairs . In addition to teaching, all faculty members are involved in collaborative research projects with scientists in other universities and the pharmaceutical industry worldwide. Also it has excellent placement record. Academic and research excellence is achieved by changing curriculum, syllabus and pedagogy to meet the current requirements of pharmaceutical Industries, academics and regulatory bodies.


Pharmaceutical Analysis determines the quality of drug products via analytical chemistry. This course will introduce areas such as method validation, handling raw materials and finished products, documentations, inspections that impact the development of pharmaceutical products. Throughout this course, critical cGMPs regulations, FDA guidances and ICH Quality guidelines will be discussed specifically emphasizing procedures to help individuals to maintain a high level of compliance that rounds the laboratory environment. It also reviews several quality systems that support the analytical.