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    Affiliated to Rajasthan University of Health Science (RUHS), Jaipur
  CURRICULUM
  1. Duration of the Course
    The duration of the Bachelors degree in Pharmacy course shall be of four academic years, with each academic year spread over a period of at least 25 weeks excluding the days spent in the examinations.

  2. Eligibility for admission
    (a)
    No candidate shall be admitted to B.Pharm first year unless he/she has passed Senior Higher Secondary Certificate Examination (Standard-XII of the Board or an examination recognized by the University as equivalent thereto) in all the optional subjects and the compulsory subjects (Physics, Chemistry and Biology / Mathematics / Biotechnology / Computer Science).
    (b) Lateral entry to Diploma holders in B.Pharm second year
    Lateral entry in B.Pharm second year is allowed to the students who have passed a Diploma in Pharmacy course with a minimum of 50% marks in aggregate from an AICTE and PCI approved institution. In addition to sanctioned intake at first year level, 10% of the sanctioned intake will be reserved for such lateral entry. The admission through lateral entry in B.Pharm second year shall be made as per the rules / directions of the central admission authority/State Government.

  3. Candidates for the Bachelor of Pharmacy course shall be instructed and examined as per the Teaching and Examination Scheme and Course Content of respective year. The medium of instruction and examination shall be English.

  4. Eligibility for appearing in the examination
    (a)
    No candidate shall be allowed to appear in any examination unless he / she has attended 75% of the classes held in each theory and practical separately in each subject.
    (b) A candidate who has been admitted to B.Pharm first year and has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated college shall be eligible to appear at B.Pharm first year examination of the University.
    (c) A candidate who has been promoted to B.Pharm Second year as per the provisions for conditions of passing or has been admitted directly to B.Pharm second year through lateral entry and has attended as regular course of study in an affiliated college shall be eligible to appear at B.Pharm second year examination of the University.
    (d) A candidate who has been promoted to B.Pharm third year as per the provisions for conditions of passing and has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated college shall be eligible to appear at B.Pharm third year examination of the University.
    (e) A candidate who has been promoted to B.Pharm final year as per the provisions for conditions of passing and has attended a regular course of study in an affiliated college shall be eligible to appear at B.Pharm final year examination of the University.

  5. Sessional examinations (Internal assessment)
    The sessional marks in each theory and practical subject shall be awarded out of a maximum of 20 marks in the following manner:
    (a) Theory sessional (20 marks):
    At least two written tests of 20 marks each in every theory subject shall be conducted by the institute at regular interval during each academic year. The average of best two performances shall be taken into consideration for computation of theory sessional marks. Duration of each written test shall be of one hour.
    (b) Practical sessional (20 marks):
    The sessional marks in practicals shall be computed on the basis of the performance in the practical test (10 marks) and day-to-day assessment (10 marks) in the practical class.
    i) Practical test (10 marks):
    At least two practical tests of 10 marks each in every subject shall be conducted by the institute at regular interval during each academic year. The average of best two performances shall be taken into consideration for computation of practical test marks. Duration of each practical test shall be same as prescribed for practical class in respective practical subject. Each practical test may be conducted in different parts, viz., synopsis/spotting, exercise/experiment and viva-voce etc.
    (ii) Day-to-day evaluation of practical work (10 marks):
    The concerned teacher shall make the evaluation of day-to-day practical work in the laboratory on the basis of the performance of the candidate and maintenance of practical record.
    (c) The regular record of marks of sessional examinations and that of professional training as well as of project conducted at an affiliated college shall be maintained for each student and that must be submitted to the university before the commencement of university examination.
    (d) A candidate failing in any of the subjects shall have a chance to improve his / her sessional marks both in theory and practical by appearing in one additional sessional examination. The aggregate of best two performances from all the sessionals shall form the basis of calculating the average for computation of improved sessional marks. Marks for day to day assessment in the practicals cannot be improved unless a candidate attends a regular course of study again.

  6. University Examination:
    There shall be a main and a supplementary university examination in a year for B.Pharm first year, second year, third year and final year. Main examination shall be held in the month of March/April or on such dates as may be fixed by the University. Supplementary examination shall be conducted within 30 days of the declaration of the result or on such dates as may be fixed by the university.

  7. Professional Training and Project:
    (a) Professional training:

    Every candidate, after the completion of B.Pharm Part-III or B.Pharm Part-IV course, shall undergo practical training in a training center (Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Unit / Analytical Laboratory / Bulk Drug Manufacturing Unit / Hospital Pharmacy / Drug store) allotted by the institute. The professional training shall be of not less than 200 hours to be covered in not less than one month. Candidate shall prepare and submit two copies of training report in prescribed format printed or type written in bound form. One copy is to be submitted to the institute on or before the prescribed date for evaluation and one copy to be retained by the candidate for his / her own reference. The report shall contain the certificate of training from the Head of the respective training center and shall be duly accepted and certified by the Head of the institution.
    Marks for professional training shall be awarded on the basis of training report, interview and viva voce by a board consisting of training in-charge and one examiner (appointed by the Head of the institution) and the Head of the institution or his nominee who shall be the chairman of the board.
    (b) Project:
    Before the end of B.Pharm Part-III, for each candidate, a project supervisor shall be appointed by the Head of the institution. The candidate shall choose a project topic in consultation with the supervisor. A synopsis on the project topic should be prepared in the prescribed format and submitted to the Head of the institution for approval. Candidate shall carry out literature survey on the approved topic during B.Pharm Part-IV under the guidance of the supervisor.

    Candidate shall prepare three copies of his / her project report in prescribed format printed or type written in bound form. One copy is to be submitted to the institute and one to the supervisor on or before the prescribed date for evaluation and one copy to be retained by the candidate for his/her own reference. The project report should contain a copy of approved synopsis and certificate from the supervisor, certifying that the work has been undertaken and written under his/her supervision and guidance and meets the requirements of the course, countersigned and duly forwarded by the Head of the institution.

    Marks for project shall be awarded on the basis of project report, seminar and viva voce by a board consisting of supervisor, one examiner (appointed by the Head of the institute) and the Head of the institute or his nominee who shall be the chairman of the board.

  8. Conditions of Passing:
    (a)
    No candidate shall be declared as having passed in a subject unless he / she has secured 50% of the maximum marks in the university and sessional examination marks put together in each theory and practical subject. Each theory and practical shall be considered as separate subject. In B.Pharm final year, professional training and project shall be considered as separate subjects.
    (b) A candidate who has failed in more than three subjects in B.Pharm first year examination will not be allowed to pursue courses for B.Pharm second year. Such candidate will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the university examination of subsequent batch of B.Pharm first year in the failing subjects.
    (c) A candidate who has failed in not more than three subjects in B.Pharm first year examination will be allowed to appear in the supplementary examination of B.Pharm first year in the failing subjects. Candidates failing in any subject in the supplementary examination will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the university examination of subsequent batch of B.Pharm first year in the failing subjects.
    (d) A candidate who has passed in all the subjects of B.Pharm first year will be promoted to B.Pharm second year.
    (e) A candidate who has failed in more than three subjects in B.Pharm second year examination will not be allowed to pursue courses for B.Pharm third year. Such candidate will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the university examination of subsequent batch of B.Pharm Part-II in the failing subjects.
    (f) A candidate who has failed in not more than three subjects in B.Pharm second year examination will be allowed to appear in the supplementary examination of B.Pharm second year in the failing subjects. Candidates failing in any subject in the supplementary examination will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the university examination of subsequent batch of B.Pharm second year in the failing subjects.
    (g) A candidate who has passed in all the subjects of B.Pharm second year will be promoted to B.Pharm third year.
    (h) A candidate who has failed in more than three subjects in B.Pharm third year examination will not be allowed to pursue courses for B.Pharm final year. Such candidate will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the university examination of subsequent batch of B.Pharm third year in the failing subjects.
    (i) A candidate who has failed in not more than three subjects in B.Pharm third year examination will be allowed to appear in the supplementary examination of B.Pharm third year in the failing subjects. Candidates failing in any subject in the supplementary examination will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the university examination of subsequent batch of B.Pharm third year in the failing subjects.
    (j) A candidate who has passed in all the subjects B.Pharm third year will be promoted to B.Pharm final year.
    (k) A candidate who has failed in more than three subjects in B.Pharm final year examination will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the university examination of subsequent batch of B.Pharm final year in the failing subjects.
    (l) A candidate who has failed in not more than three subjects in B.Pharm final year examination will be allowed to appear in the supplementary examination of B.Pharm final year in the failing subjects. Candidates failing in any subject in the supplementary examination will be allowed to appear as an ex-student in the next university examination of B.Pharm final year in the failing subjects.
    (m) A candidate, who is unable to appear at any examination in any subject(s) due to any reason whatsoever, shall be considered as having failed in that subject(s).
    (n) In no case, will a candidate, who has not passed finally after 8 academic years from the year of admission, will be allowed to continue the course.

  9. Award of Degree, Division and Rank:
    (a) After passing the final examination, a candidate shall be awarded B.Pharm degree.
    (b) The division to a successful candidate shall be awarded on the basis of aggregate of marks obtained by him / her in B.Pharm first year, B.Pharm second year, B.Pharm third year, and B.Pharm final year examinations regardless of the number of attempts, as shown below:
    Percentage of marks Division
    75% or above Honors
    60% or above First Division
    50% or above Second Division
    (c) The division to a successful candidate admitted directly to B.Pharm second year, shall be awarded on the basis of aggregate percentage of marks obtained in B.Pharm second year, B.Pharm third year and B.Pharm final year examinations regardless of the number of attempts.
    (d) Rank shall be conferred on the basis of aggregate percentage of marks obtained in all the four years to those candidates who have passed the whole examination in first attempt. For those admitted directly to B.Pharm second year, the rank shall be conferred on the basis of aggregate percentage of marks obtained in all the three years to those candidates who have passed the whole examination in first attempt.

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