Pharmacy Syllabus Mumbai University

Mumbai University : B. Pharmacy, M. Pharmacy Syllabus

Mumbai University: As per Choice Based Credit and Grading System with effect from the academic year 2016–17



First Year B. Pharmacy (From Academic Year 2016-2017)
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Semester I

  1. General Chemistry
  2. Dispensing and Community Pharmacy
  3. Anatomy, Physiology & Pathophysiology I
  4. Biochemistry I
  5. Communication Skills and Ethics (NUES)
  6. General Chemistry Lab
  7. Dispensing and Community Pharmacy Lab
  8. Anatomy, Physiology & Pathophysiology Lab

Semester II

  1. Anatomy, Physiology & Pathophysiology II
  2. Biochemistry II
  3. Pharmacognosy I
  4. Hospital Pharmacy and Drug Store Management
  5. Environmental Science
  6. Pharmacognosy Lab I
  7. Biochemistry Lab
  8. Computer Lab




Second Year B. Pharmacy (From Academic Year 2017-2018)
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Semester III

  1. Organic Chemistry I
  2. Physical Pharmacy I
  3. Anatomy, Physiology & Pathophysiology III
  4. Pharmaceutical Analysis I
  5. Pharmaceutical Engineering
  6. Organic Chemistry Lab I
  7. Physical Pharmacy Lab I
  8. Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab I

Semester IV

  1. Organic Chemistry II
  2. Physical Pharmacy II
  3. Pharmaceutics I
  4. Pharmacology I
  5. Microbiology
  6. Mathematics and Statistics
  7. Physical Pharmacy Lab II
  8. Pharmaceutics Lab I
  9. Pharmacology Lab I




Third Year B. Pharmacy (From Academic Year 2018-2019)
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Semester V

  1. Organic Chemistry III
  2. Pharmaceutics II
  3. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
  4. Pharmacology II
  5. Choice Based Course I
  6. Choice Based Course II
  7. Organic Chemistry Lab II
  8. Pharmaceutics Lab II
  9. Experimental Techniques in Microbiology and Biotechnology Lab

Semester VI

  1. Pharmaceutical Chemistry I
  2. Pharmaceutics III
  3. Pharmaceutical Analysis II
  4. Pharmacognosy II
  5. Choice Based Course III
  6. Choice Based Course IV
  7. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab I
  8. Pharmaceutics Lab III
  9. Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab II




 Final Year B. Pharmacy (From Academic Year 2019-2020)
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Semester VII

  1. Pharmaceutical Chemistry II
  2. Pharmacognosy III
  3. Pharmaceutical Analysis III
  4. Pharmacology III
  5. Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
  6. Choice Based Course V
  7. Pharmacognosy Lab II
  8. Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab III
  9. Pharmacology Lab II

Semester VIII

  1. Pharmaceutical Chemistry III
  2. Pharmaceutics IV
  3. Choice Based Course VI
  4. Choice Based Course VII
  5. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab II
  6. Pharmaceutics Lab IV
  7. Project



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About Mumbai University:

The University of Mumbai (known earlier as University of Bombay) is one of the oldest and premier Universities in India. It was established in 1857 consequent upon “Wood’s Education Dispatch”, and it is one amongst the first three Universities in India. As a sequel to the change in the name of the city from Bombay to Mumbai, the name of the University has been changed from “University of Bombay” to “University of Mumbai”, vide notification issued by the Government of Maharashtra and published in the Government Gazette dated 4th September, 1996. The University was accorded 5 star status in 2001 & ‘A’ grade status in April 2012 by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). It has been granted University with Potential for Excellence (UPE) status by UGC and PURSE Scheme by DST.




As a result to UGC Norms, First Year of B. Pharmacy from the academic year 2016-2017 will have this syllabus

Subsequently this system will be carried forward for Second Year B. Pharmacy in the academic year 2017-2018,

while for Third Year and Final Year B. Pharmacy in the academic years 2018-2019, and

Finally for Final Year B. Pharmacy in the academic years 2019-2020

The most noteworthy, is shift in focus from teacher-centric to learner-centric education