Courses…


 

We conduct following training programme to groom students for bright future.

 

Compete Pharma


  • About the Programme – It is a training session for all B.Pharmacy students to prepare in excellence for various Pharma competitive exams like GPAT, NIPER, ICT, NMAT, BITS, and MH-CET to get admission in M.Pharm. GPAT qualified students will be getting 8,000 Rs stipend per month from MHRD, INDIA.
  • Methodology –
  • We provide Innovative teaching with co-relation of subjects

    Discussions to your doubts

    Outline of notes

    Test series with answers

    Admission counseling

    Extra Classes for your missed out portion

    Our syllabus for GPAT is parallel with semester syllabus which assures your distinction and first class to your university exams in an easy way.

  • Duration – A separate batch for Second year, Third year and Final year B.Pharmacy

 

  • Final Year :

    3rd Thursday (Final yr SNDT) (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

    Friday (Ongoing batch) (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

    1st, 2nd and 4th Saturday (Ongoing + Working students) (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

    1st, 2nd and 4th Sunday(4.30pm – 5.45pm) (2nd Sunday-extra class for ongoing students)
    (1st and 4th Sunday for working students)

 

  • Third year :

    1st, 2nd and 4th Thursday (1st Thursday for SNDT students) (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

    Sunday (excluding 3rd Sunday) (3pm – 4.30pm)

 

  • Second Year :

    1st and 3rd Thursday(6.30pm-8.30pm)

    2nd Friday(6.30pm-8.30pm)

    4th Sunday(3.00pm-4.30pm)

 

Pharma Research Guide


  • About The Programme – It provides research guidance to M.Pharm and PhD students to facilitate their thoughts in a more potential and productive manner during their research.
  • Methodology – It includes two section

    Non Research section

    Research Section – This section can be divided in to three sub sections

    Pre-research guidance

    Research Guidance

    Post-Research Guidance

    Contact us at pharmaresearchguide@gmail.com

  • Duration – As per the requirements
  • Tuesday online session

 

Advance Pharma Programme


  • About The programme – The programme consists of following seven modules.
  • IPR

    Non Research section

    Regulatory affairs

    Pharmacovigilance and clinical data management

    Current practice In Dosage forms

    Analytical method developments for pharmaceuticals

    Bulk drug manufacturing

    International marketing

  • Methodology -
  • Duration – 21 days 42 hours.
  • 3rd Sunday (4.45pm – 6pm)

 

Chemeasy


  • About The programme – It’s a programme for B.Sc Chemistry students to impart a better understanding in them.
  • Methodology – Following modules are created for teaching.
  • Spectroscopy and Thermoanalytical methods

    Chromatography and Extraction

    Thermodynamics

    Chemistry of biomolecules

    Chemistry of natural products

    Heterocyclic chemistry

    Pharmacology and medicinal compounds

    Dosage form administration and metabolisms

    Drugs acting on major organs-Heart, kidney, pancreas, lungs

    Chemotherauptic agents

    Inorganic Pharmaceuticals

    Advance medicinal chemistry

    Nuclear chemistry and radiopharmaceuticals; Chemicals kinetics and oxidation,reduction

    Electroanalytical methods and super conductivity; Electrochemistry; Acid-base concepts

    IUPAC nomenclature; Treatment of analytical data

    Bonding, structure of solids and f block elements; Organometallic compounds

    Chemistry of polymers; Organic chemistry in industry

    Name reactions; Reactions and stereochemistry

    Colloids and nano-particle; Quantum chemistry and surface chemistry

    Volumetric methods and non-aqueous solvents; Catalysis and industrial application

    Green chemistry; Photochemistry; Environmental pollution and corrosion

    Drugs acting on nervous systems

    Drugs acting on pain

  • Duration – 6 months
  • Wednesday and Friday (6.30pm – 8.30pm)

 

Growwell Competency Enhancement Programme


  • About the Programme – This programme is to instill special skills to enhance the competency of students, professionals and self employees through various interactive sessions.
  • Methodology – The programme will be divided into following modules-
  • Basics in Management

    Administration/ Leadership for corporate Executives

    Sales & Marketing

    Pharma students

  • Duration – 16 sessions
  • Saturday (6.30pm – 8.30pm) and Sunday(4.30pm – 6pm)

 

Career Counseling Programme


  • About the Programme – Giving a total knowledge about the various jobs available for the students and the guidance for higher studies and allied courses.
  • Methodology – Following modules will be discussed.
  • Various Jobs after B.Pharm/M.Pharm

    Difference between M.Pharm/M.Tech. Pharm/ M.S. Pharm

    B.Pharm & MBA or M.Pharm with Executive MBA

    Masters in INDIA and in Abroad

    Different competitive exams after B.Pharm

    Opening after allied courses like IPR, Regulatory, Clinical data management, Export management etc.

    Decision making chart

  • Duration – 3 days
  • 3rd Sunday(3.30pm – 4.30pm)

 

Compete Master ( GATE – Biological Sciences )


  • About The Programme- for Biological sciences for B.Tech people.
  • Methodology – Following subjects will be taught for the programme.
  • Bio-chemistry

    Microbiology

    Chemistry

  • Duration : One year
  • Wednesday (and final yr session from compete pharma) (6.30pm-8.30pm)

 

Distance Pharma


  • About the programme – It’s an on line Pharma guidance for research and education. It consists of three modules.
  • Pharma Research Guide

    Pharma Competitive Exam Guide

    Advance Pharma Programme

  • Methodology – Communication for this will be done through e-mail pharmaresearchguide@gmail.com
  • Duration – As per the discussions
  • Tuesday online session

 

Compete PhD


  • About the programme – Compete PhD is a preparation guideline to crack various common entrance for PhD in the field of pharmacy.
  • Methodology-
  • Module 1 – Basics of all subjects and their research application.

    Module 2 – Advance teaching as per specialization.

    Module 3 – Non-pharma section.

  • 3rd Saturday (6.30pm – 8.30pm)