M.Pharm (Pharmacology)

Course Details

Program:  M.Pharm (Pharmacology)

Program Code: MPL

Level: Post Graduation

Duration: 2 Years (4 Semester)

Fees: 80000/- (Per Year)

Programme Educational Objectives:

  1. Master of Pharmacy is designed to prepare successful postgraduate fellows to face any challenge in their technical or professional careers in near future and also to adapt in any parts of the globe of constantly developing trends.
  2. To produced competent pharmacologists to meet the need of the industry and research organizations, drug discovery research, which demands careful and critical evaluation of biological activities
  3. To train the students in the skills that are necessary for establishing drug action, mechanisms of drug action, potential pharmacological effects, toxicological effects, molecular interactions, animal health care and maintenance etc. 
  4. The focus of the course is on understanding of drug action into key stages in preclinical and clinical research studies, evaluate current drug information in the delivery of pharmaceutical care and assure in regard to drug usage and their adverse effects.
  5. The students will gain adequate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities in clinical and non-clinical laboratory as required by regulatory bodies and to develop an ability to work on multidisciplinary tasks in the area pharmaceutical and its allied field.

Program Outcomes (PO’s):

  1.  The course has a broad relevance from its importance in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Student will learn anatomy and physiology of human system which is required to understand the pathophysiology of diseases and mechanisms of action of various drugs. This relates to research aspects of pharmacological screening and development of newer animal models for drug development process.
  2. Students will gain knowledge in biochemical, cellular and molecular techniques, applicable in pharmaceutical and biotechnology research industries as well as in research laboratories.
  3. They will also acquire knowledge in the fields of pharmacovigilence, in-vivo drug interactions, clinical trials and toxicity studies during drug discovery process and lifelong expertise can be developed with knowledge in pharmacological and toxicological research.

Fee Structure


M.Pharma. – Pharmaceutics
Tuition FeeUniversity Examination Fee
Rs. 80,000/- (Per Year) Rs. 1,000/- (Per Semester)
Admission Registration Fee (One Time)Rs. 1,000/-
Clinical Posting/Field Work/Industrial TrainingAdditional if Required
Degree/Migration/Character/Convocation Charges/Alumni ChargesAdditional*
* Shall be charged along with the final Semester/Year fee


Choosing a career in pharmacy is saying yes to a dynamic, challenging and rewarding career full of opportunity. Whether you are fueled by patient interaction, educating the pharmacists of tomorrow, developing more effective and safe pain medications or want to put your love of animals ,Glocal School of Pharmacy at Glocal University will prepare you for an inspired career in pharmacy.

A few popular career paths include:


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Clinical Specialties

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Government Pharmacy

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Pharmaceutical Industry

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Specialty Pharmacy

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