M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a 2-year postgraduate course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry- the study of drugs and drug development. The eligibility of which is passing B.Sc./B.Sc.(Hons.) degree with chemistry as one of the subject in final year with a minimum aggregate percentage of 55% marks and above from a recognized university. The discipline includes concepts and processes of drug discovery, delivery, absorption, metabolism, and such. Pharmaceutical Chemistry also involves elements of Biomedical Analysis, Pharmacokinetics, and Pharmacodynamics.
Successful postgraduates of M.Sc. in Pharmaceutical Chemistry are lucratively employed in chemical and petroleum industries. Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a major part of the evolving field of medical technology, and chemists are greatly sought by the pharmaceutical industry for their skills in analyzing and manipulating the properties of medicine.
Candidate must have passed B.Sc. with Chemistry as major subject from any recognised University or AICTE recognised Institute/College with minimum aggregate marks of 45% or CGPA of 5.0 for Gen/OBC and 40% marks or CGPA of 4.5 for SC/ST Category.