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M.Pharm Herbal Technology (Ayurveda) Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year


Are you a qualified pharmacy graduate and now planning to specialize in the field of herbal medicines? Want to be an accomplished pharmacist with specialization in Ayurveda and herbal technology? Learn here the prospects and the details of the course M.Pharm Herbal Technology.

Course Name: M.Pharm Herbal Technology (Ayurveda)
Group: M.Sc
Stream: Healthcare & Medical Science
Course Category: Pharmacy
Duration: 2 years

Overview


The field of pharma is a highly lucrative one. With ailments and new diseases on the rise, the craze for safer and more effective drugs in our societies is ever increasing. The potential for growth for a pharma business in the country is huge. A number of new players are all the time entering the pharma industry. Herbal drugs, medicines and cures are finding increasing favour with the masses and in the years to come herbal technology is likely to play an increasingly prominent role in the treatment of diseases.

Eligibility and course duration


Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy or an equivalent course with at least 50% marks in aggregate from an AICTE approved institution. A valid GPAT (Graduate Pharma Aptitude Test) score is essential for admission to this course. The GPAT is conducted by the AICTE every year for admission of pharmacy graduates into M.Pharm courses.

Duration of the course program is 2 years.



Colleges offering M.Pharm Herbal Technology (Ayurveda) course in India

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Delhi Institute of PharmaceuticalUniversity of DelhiDelhi

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More about the course


The master’s program in pharma helps in imparting you with the necessary knowledge and skills of handling medicinal formulations and drugs. The courses on herbal technology help you in handling herbal formulations. All these courses are useful ones to become a trained pharmacist. It will be also useful for administering effective pharmaceutical care to patients. The course is also beneficial to those who are looking forward to a PhD program to carry out advance research in the area of herbal and Ayurvedic medicines. Among various other things, you will be learning about the extraction techniques that are utilised to formulate herbal drugs. One also gets to understand the basics in standardizing extracts and the various screening methods for getting effective formulations.

Among the things that you learn in these courses are: Ayurveda and traditional medicines, extraction methods of phyto-constituents from plants, standardization and quality control of herbal products, qualitative and quantitative analysis of herbal extracts, analysis and evaluation of finished products and so on.

Job prospects


Herbal technology and Ayurveda have a huge potential in the country. Herbal and Ayurvedic products have a very high reputation in the country and is spreading worldwide too. There are immense employment scopes in the private as well as government sector hospitals. There are opportunities in research. One can take up PhD programs in a suitable field or take up teaching careers in universities and institutions. As a pharmacist there are also various opportunities for self-employment in manufacturing, distribution and retail.

M.Pharm Herbal Technology (Ayurveda) Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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