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Ph.D. in Pharmacy

  • About Program

    The Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences program at DIT University is offering both regular and part time basis. DIT University provides a rigorous background in a range of scientific disciplines that are critical to the preparation of the next generation academicians and scientists in pharmaceutical sciences. Areas of research includes drug development, natural product isolation, characterization, organic synthesis, chemical biology, rational drug design, pharmacology, toxicology, cellular differentiation, development and disease. Drug delivery/ development emphasize principles in physical chemistry, biomaterials, drug transport, aiming for advances in formulation, drug targeting, bimodal and multimodal therapy. Delivery research includes the solid state chemistry of drugs, nano-pharmacy, biocompatibility, molecular recognition, computational chemistry and pharmacokinetics.

Eligibility

Minimum 55% marks or CGPA not less than 6 on scale of 10 in regular (Not distance or any other mode) MPharm Degree of a University. NET/SRF qualified students shall be preferred.

Fee Structure - (Per Semester/Instalment)

Particulars Part Time Full Time
All India Quota 40000 45000
Uttarakhand/Himalyan State Quota 40000 45000

 

Highlights

  • Highly qualified Faculty from institutes of national and international repute with international experience and exposure
  • Online databases, E-database, Journals, E-Books and other learning resources
  • Sophisticated labs with advanced instruments such as HPLC, UV-Visible spectrophotometer, etc.
  • Regular visits to research centres, Research & Development centres, Formulation & Development centres and others.
  • Filed more than 75 applications for Indian patents
  • Research outcomes published in well-reputed and indexed scientific journals

Prospects

Upon completion of Doctoral studies the graduates will have the opportunities to work in academics as lecturer, assistant professor, associate professor, professor and scientists at government & pharmaceutical industry research centres.

 

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