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* Introduction:

 

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Name of the Institute

Jalna Education Society's INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY, Jalna

Complete Postal Address

J.E.S.College, Campus, Durgamata Road, Jalna - 431203

STD Code

02482

Telephone No.

OFF- 236214

Fax No.

230566

E-mail

rrathi61@yahoo.in

Year of Establishment

1986

Status of the Course conducting body:

Government /University /Autonomous /Aided/

Private (Enclose copy of Registration documents of

Society /Trust)

NON AIDED

Name and Address of the Society / Trust / Management

J.E.S. College Campus, Durgamata Road, Jalna - 431203

STD Code

02482

Telephone No:

OFF-236214

Fax No.

230566

E-mail

rrathi61@yahoo.in

Web Site

www.jespharmajalna.com

Name, Designation and Address of person to be conducted by phone

R.R. Rathi, Principal, J.E.S.College, Durgamata Road, Jalna 431203

STD Code

02482

Telephone No. - Office

236214

Residence

-

Mobile No.

9850122393

Fax No.

230566

E-mail

principal_es@bsnl.in

Name and Address Of the Head of the institution

R.R. Rathi, Principal, J.E.S.College, Durgamata Road, Jalna 431203

Approval Status:

Name of the Course:

D. Pharm.

Approved up to:

2012-2013 by AICTE, 2012-2013 by PCI

PCI Approval Letter No and Date:

Letter No. 17-276/97-PCI-93

State Government Approval Letter No and Date:

-

PCI Approved Intake

60

State Government Approved Intake

60

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* Eligibility:

 

For admission to the first year of the diploma course in Pharmacy, the candidate should have passed the Higher Secondary Certificate (Std. XII) Examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secaondary & Higher Secondary Education or any other examination declared by the said Board to be equivalent thereto, with & in (1) Physics, (2) Chemistry, (3) Biology / Mathematics & (4) English.

 

* Academic Calendar:

The duration of the course shall be for two academic years, with each academic year spread over a period of not less than one hundred and eighty working days in addition to minimum 500 hours Practical training spread over a period of not less than 3 months.

 

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* Syllabus:

 

The Course of Study for Diploma in Pharmacy First year and Diploma in Pharmacy second year shall include the subjects as given in the Tables I and Tables II below. The number of hours devoted to each subject for its teaching in Theory and Practical, Shall not be less than that noted against it in column 3 and 4 of the table below.

 

TABLE - I : DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY FIRST YEAR
 

Sr.No. Subject No. of Hours of  Theory No. of Hours of Practical
01. Pharmaceutics - I 75 100
02. Pharmaceutical Chemistry - I 75 75
03. Pharmacognosy 75 75
04. Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology 50 75
05. Human Anatomy & Physiology 75 50
06. Health Education & Comm. Pharmacy 50 -
  400 + 375 = 775

 

TABLE - II : DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY SECOND YEAR
 

Sr.No. Subject No. of Hours of  Theory No. of Hours of Practical
01. Pharmaceutics - II 75 100
02. Pharmaceutical Chemistry - II 100 75
03. Pharmacology & Toxicology 75 50
04. Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 50 -
05. Drug Store and Business Management 75 -
06. Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy 75 50
  450 + 275 = 725

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Sessional and Annual Examination Marks:

 

Sessional or periodic examinations form an integral part of the First and Second year Examination Marks obtained in this examinations are added to the annual examinations of each year in the following manner.

 

Sr No. Sessional Examination Marks will be as Follows
1. Theory paper in each subject 20 Marks
2. Practical in each subject 20 Marks
  Annual Examinations Marks
a. Theory in each subject 80 Marks
b. Practical in each subject 80 Marks

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* Professional Opportunities in Pharmacy:

 

Pharmacist is an important link between the patient and Doctor. He observed high ethical standards particularly so when he is entrusted with the storage distribution of dangerous and habit forming drugs. He alone takes proper care in dispensing medicine. Following professional avenues are open to those who passed D.Pharm

  • In Drug Stores.

  • In chemist shops with dispensing facilities.

  • In Hospitals, in the Pharmacy or Drug stores.

  • in Government departments and Laboratories connected with the food and Drug Administration.

  • In manufacturing and marketing section of the Pharmaceutical industry.

  • In self-employment, like starting Drug Store Medical shop or small scale unit.

  • May get admission to B. Pharmacy Second year.

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Well Equipped Library with required titles and books available.

  1. Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available: D. Pharmacy.

No. of Titles- 563
No. of Books- 2954
No. of Journals - 15

List of Journals available :
Scientific Journals and periodicals available.

Sr. No.

Name of the Journals

1.

Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education & Research

2.

Pharma Review

3.

Pharma Times

4.

Indian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy

5.

Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences

6.

Down to Earth 

7.

Express Phrma

8.

Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge

9.

Yoga the Science

10.

International Journal of Pharma Research

11.

International Journal of Drug Development & Technology

12.

Health & Nutrition

13.

MIMS

14.

Dyanamrut

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Computing: Number of Systems            : 24

  • Configuration of Systems  : Pentium 4,
  • Total number of systems connected by LAN    : 10
  • Internet bandwidth: BROADBAND
  • Major software packages available XP - 2000, Windows 98 MS OFFICE,  Windows 7Pharmacology
  • Special purpose facilities available              : Nil

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