- Mode: Full time
- Duration: 2 Years
Master’s degree in Pharmacology encompasses an intensive curricular activity which includes lectures/seminars on basic and advanced pharmacology and toxicology, experimental and clinical pharmacological research involving modern instruments and techniques. The broad research areas include: cardiovascular pharmacology, neuropharmacology, toxicology, ocular pharmacology, drug delivery system, gastrointestinal pharmacology, pharmacokinetic studies, natural products, cancer chemotherapy, molecular pharmacology and other related areas. Students are required to undertake a thesis work under the supervision of a departmental faculty member and to participate in different curricular programmes assigned to them in the department. On successful completion, the degrees help the students in securing admission for higher studies both in India and abroad. It also provides them excellent job opportunities to secure a position in drug industry, academic institutions and drug regulating agencies.
Admission will be made entirely on the basis of performance of candidates at the Entrance Examination.
The candidate must possess one of the following qualifications and have secured at least 60% marks for General/OBC candidates (55% marks in case of SC/ST candidates) in aggregate in the qualifying examination:
- MBBS/BDS (55% for Gen/OBC & 50% for SC/ST Categories)
- B. Pharmacy
- Bachelor of Physiotherapy (4½ year course)
- B.Sc. degree of minimum three years duration in any subject