Dhaka International university

Department Of Pharmacy

Introduction

The Department of Pharmacy is one of the best & demandful department in the Faculty of Science & Engineering at present. The department has produced several eminent pharmacist who have made important contributions in the pharmaceutical companies and products many important medicine in the pharmaceutical companies of Bangladesh as well as abroad.

The Dhaka International University (also known as DIU) launched the educational activities of the Department of Pharmacy from January 2006 under the Faculty of Science and Engineering. Presently, the department has some highly qualified, experienced, sincere and dedicated teaching faculty members, actively participating in research work. Bachelor of Pharmacy. B. Pharm (Hons.) program is running under bi-semester system. The Department aims at providing students with exposure to the areas and aspects of professional degree of pharmacy. It specifically seeks to further fine students’ sensibilities, sharpens their critical faculty and equips them with the knowledge and skills that will make them qualified and capable persons. B. Pharm (Hons.) program at DIU tries to give the students not only the theoretical basis but also the practical and industrial knowledge compulsory for them. Our vision is to create leaders of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Mission

The mission is to build up professional experts on drugs to meet the demands of the age in the field of pharmacy.

Vision

Our vision is to create leaders of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Objectives

  • PEO-1: Impart scientific knowledge for the identification, formulation, preparation, standardization, quality control and uses of drugs and medicines and effective management of their distribution & sale.
  • PEO-2: Manage the affairs of hospital pharmacies, pharmaceutical industries, community pharmacy services, drug quality control organizations, marketing, sales & administration.
  • PEO-3: Conduct research on indigenous medicinal plants and traditional medicine, and development of drugs from them.
  • PEO-4: Internalize and apply multifarious generic skills in the professional life and engage themselves in community development.

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FACULTY OF PHARMACY

Vision: Our vision is to create leaders of Pharmaceutical Sciences

Mission: The mission is to build up professional experts on drugs to meet the demands of the age in the field of pharmacy.

Objectives: T- To impart scientific knowledge for the identification, formulation, preparation, standardization, quality control and uses of drugs and medicines and effective management of their distribution & sale. - To produce skilled manpower to manage the affairs of hospital pharmacies, pharmaceutical industries, community pharmacy services, drug quality control organizations, drug research, marketing, sales & administration. - To encourage research on indigenous medicinal plants and traditional medicine, and development of drugs from them.

Admission Requirement:

i) Candidate must have a minimum aggregate GPA 6.50 in SSC/ "O" level or equivalent and HSC/ "A" level or equivalent examinations (in a total scale of 10)

ii) Candidate must pass SSC/ "O" level or recognized equivalents and HSC/ "A" level or recognized equivalents in Science Group and obtain a minimum GPA 3.0 (in a scale of 5) without any additional subject)

iii) Candidate must pass HSC/ "A" level or recognized equivalent examination with a minimum GPA 3.0 in Chemistry and Biology separately and a minimum GPA 2.0 in Mathematics (in a scale of 5)

iv) Candidate must pass HSC/ "A" level or recognized equivalent examination in current year or one previous year.

v) Foreign students must have passed 12 education years and got same grades in equivalent examinations from foreign recognized institutions.

vi) The student must pass HSC/ "A" level or recognized equivalents with the following science subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics.

vii) However candidates having no Mathematics at the HSC/ "A" level or recognized equivalents may be admitted, but they need to take an extra 3 (three) credits course on Mathematics relevant to B.Pharm. curriculum

Requirement of Degree: A student for the degree of B.Pharm (Hons.) must earn 160 credits with minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 2.50

First Year First Semester
Pharm-101 Inorganic Pharmacy-I Credit Hr: 3
Pharm-102 Inorganic Pharmacy-I -Lab Credit Hr: 1
Pharm-103 Physical Pharmacy-I Credit Hr: 3
Pharm-104 Physical Pharmacy-I-Lab Credit Hr: 1
Math-101 Mathematics & Statistics Credit Hr: 3
CS-101 Computer Science Credit Credit Hr: 3
HUM-10 Introductory English Credit Hr: 3
Total Credit Hours 17
First Year Second Semester
PHARM-111 Inorganic Pharmacy-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-112 Inorganic Pharmacy-II -Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-113 Organic Pharmacy-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-114 Organic Pharmacy-I-Lab b Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-115 Physical Pharmacy-II b Credit Hr:3
PHARM-116 Physical Pharmacy-II-lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-117 Phannacognosy-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-118 Pharmacognosy-I-Lab Credit Hr: 1
HUM-117 Bangladesh Studies Credit Hr: 3
VV-111 Viva-voce Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours 20
Second Year First Semester
PHARM-201 Organic Pharmacy-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-202 Organic Pharmacy-II-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-203 Pharmacognosy-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-204 Pharmacognosy-11-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-205 Basic Anatomy Credit Hr: 1.5
PHARM-206 Physiology-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-207 Physiology-I Lab Credit Hr. 1
PHARM-208 Pharmaceutical Microbiology-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-209 Pharmaceutical Microbiology-II-Lab Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours 17.5
Second Year Second Semester
PHARM-211 Physiology-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-212 Physiology-II-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-213 Pharmaceutical Microbiology-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-214 Pharmaceutical Technology-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-215 Pharmaceutical Technology-I-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-216 Pharmacology-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-217 Pharmacology-I-Lab Credit Hr. 1
PHARM-218 Biochemistry & Cellular Biology Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-219 Biochemistry & Cellular Biology-Lab Credit Hr: 1
VV-211 Viva-voce Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours 20
Third Year First Semester
PHARM-301 Pharmaceutical Analysis-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-302 Pharmaceutical Analysis-I-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-303 Pharmacology-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-304 Pharmaceutical Technology-Il-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-305 Pharmacology-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-306 Pharmacology-II-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-307 Medicinal Chemistry-I Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-308 Medicinal Chemistry-I-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-309 Pathology Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-310 Nutraceuticals, Dietary Supplements mod Herbal Products Credit Hr: 1.5
Total Credit Hours 20.5
Third Year Second Semester
PHARM-311 Pharmaceutical Analysis-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-312 Pharmaceutical Analysis-II-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-313 Pharmaceutical Technology-III Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-314 Pharmaceutical Technology-III-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-315 Pharmacology-III Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-316 Pharmacology-Ill-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-317 Medicinal Chemistry-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-318 Medicinal Chemistry-II-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-319 Hospital & Community Pharmac Credit Hr: 3
VV-311 Viva-voce Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours 20
Fourth Year First Semester
PHARM-401 Pharmaceutical Analysis-III Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-402 Pharmaceutical Analysis-III-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-403 Medicinal Chemistry-III Credit Hr: 1.5
PHARM-404 Cosmetology Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-405 Cosmetology-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-406 Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics-1 Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-407 Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics-I Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-408 Pharmaceutical Engineering Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-409 Clinical Pharmacy Credit Hr: 3
Total Credit Hours 19.5
Fourth Year Second Semester
PHARM-411 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-412 Advance Pharmacology and Toxicology Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-413 Biopharmaceutics-II Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-414 Biopharmaceutics-II-Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-415 Pharmaceutical Quality Control and Analytical Method Validation Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-416 Pharmaceutical Quality Control and Analytical Method Validation - Lab Credit Hr: 1
PHARM-417 Pharmaceutical Marketing & Managemen Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-418 Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-419 Project Credit Hr: 3
PHARM-420 In-Plant Training Credit Hr: 1.5
VV-411 Viva-Voce Credit Hr: 1
Total Credit Hours 15.5

Thesis

  • Investigation of cytotoxic activity of CoriandrumSativum seed extract using brine shrimp model.
  • Investigation of analgesic activity, Phytochemical Screening and Moisture Content test of SolanumSisymbriifolium extract using Swiss albino mice model.
  • 3. Investigation of cytotoxic activity of silver nanoparticles combined with CentellaAsiatica extract using Swiss albino mice model.
  • A study on obesity among adult people in Dhaka city.
  • Study on quality evaluation of marketed Clarithromycin tablets available in Bangladesh.
  • A review article on Antibiotic residues in dairy products.
  • A study on quality evaluation of marketed Metronidazole tablets available in Bangladesh.
  • Study on quality evaluation of marketed Ciprofloxacin tablets available in Bangladesh.
  • Identification and assay of Ciprofloxacin HClusp.
  • A study on quality analysis of marketed Paracetamol tablets in Bangladesh..
  • A study on Patient’s Behavior on prescribed drug and drug disposal in rural area of Bangladesh.
  • Enhancement of Carvedilol’’s Solubility by solid dispersion technique.
  • A review article on Enhancement of Pharmacokinetic property of Albendazole by solid dispersions.
  • A review article on purple cone flower (EchinacePurpurea).
  • A survey on diabetes and its treatment in different hospital in Dhaka city.
  • Investigation of analgesic activity of silver nanoparticles combined with CariandumSativumextract using Swiss albino mice model.
  • A survey on skin diseases and their treatment which are prescribed in different hospitals in Comilla city.
  • Antimalarial drug practice in travelers of hill tract regions in Bangladesh.
  • Investigation of antioxidant potential analgesic and cytotoxic activities and phytochemical analysis of Licualagrandis (Family: Arecaceae) leaf extract.
  • Pharmaceutical quality assurance of Cefixime tablet by infra-red spectroscopy.
  • Antioxidant, Analgesic, Antidiarrheal and Cytotoxic activities of Bougainvillea Glabra (Family Nyctaginaceae) Bark
  • Investigation association of some selected risk factors in relation to different cancer types among Bangladesh population.
  • Trend of antidiabetic drug usage in Bangladesh population of Dhaka city.
  • Prevalence of hypertension and antihypertensive drug in Dhaka city.
  • Assay of marketed vitamin C tablets by Iodometric titration method.

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