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Balaji Pharmacy

Industrial Pharmacy

M.Pharm in Industrial Pharmacy is a 2 years full time graduate course which is divided into 4 semesters. This course addresses scientific knowledge of regulatory aspects of pharmaceutical industry with various guidelines, and quality systems. It is designed to familiarize the student with manufacturing of various pharmaceutical dosage forms along with patent knowledge, material management, and various analytical techniques required to evaluate dosage form. This study gives comprehensive knowledge of engineering services, and warehousing systems of pharmaceutical plant.

The course covers the use and operation of mass spectrometers as well as the methods used to properly read the information provided. They learn how to troubleshoot issues relating to the mass spectrometer. This course takes a global look at practices within the pharmaceutical industry and their impact on health care and research. They examine the various ways drugs and medical devices are distributed. This course explores the biomedical ethics surrounding the pharmaceutical industry.

The average annual course fee ranges anywhere between INR 50,000 to 3 lakhs depending upon the institute offering the course. The average salary offered for this course in India to successful graduates of the course ranges between INR 2 lakhs to 20 lakhs depending upon the candidate’s expertise in the field.

Industrial Pharmacy is a discipline which includes marketing and distribution of drug products including quality assurance of these activities. This broad research area relates to different functions in pharmaceutical industry and having contact areas with engineering and economics. Pharmacy practice is the discipline of pharmacy which involves developing the professional roles of pharmacists. Clinical interventions refusal to dispense a drug, Disease-state management, recommendation to change and/or add a drug to a patient's pharmacotherapy, Drug abuse prevention, dosage adjustments, Professional development, Extemporaneous pharmaceutical compounding, Pharmaceutical care, Patient care, Prevention of drug interactions including drug-drug interactions or drug-food interactions, Drug discovery and evaluation, Incompatibility, Prevention or minimization of adverse events, Community Pharmacy etc.,

Eligibility for M.Pharm in Industrial Pharmacy

Aspirants who have completed Bachelor of Pharmacy with not less than 50% of marks are qualified to apply for the M.Pharm program. Candidates must have done their graduation from a recognized institute.


The pharmaceutical industry offers pharmacists many opportunities to use their specialist skills in a variety of roles, drug research and development through to sales and marketing. Some pharmacists believe that they will be unable to secure a position in a pharmaceutical company without prior industry or research experience.

M.Pharm in Industrial Pharmacy course graduates career generally remain closely related to the field of drug discovery and design, or the basic development and production of drugs including safety, drug quality, and clinical trials. Some jobs outside research include various functions in the pharmaceutical industry in biotechnology companies or with the government.


To be recognized as leader in the field of dosage form development and evaluation.


To produce competent graduate and post graduate students for leadership in teaching, cutting edge research and production of dosage form.

Activities of Industrial Pharmacy Department

1. Apply the principles of drug delivery system in the development of eco-friendly, efficacious dosage forms.

2. Develop an ability to undertake multidisciplinary tasks in the pharmaceutical quality system.

3. Analyze, criticize, organize, improvise and manage documents, data and information related to pharmaceutical production process.

4. Imbibe ethical practices and moral values in personal and professional endeavours.

5. Execute team based research to implement innovative solutions in the area of formulation, quality assurance and technology transfer.

6. Apply problem-based learning approach and analytical thinking in academic and professional life.

7. Validate the knowledge and skills gained through education to gain recognition in Pharmaceutical society and related field.

8. Set-up pharmaceutical production unit to design and formulate pharmaceutical dosage form.



Medical Transcriptionist

Customs Officer

Analytical Chemist

Drug Inspector

Health Care Unit Manager

Lab Technician

Research Associate - Pharmaceutical

Marketing Manager/Executive - Pharmaceutical

Business Development Executive - Pharmaceutical

Demand Planner - Pharmaceutical

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DR.V.Sridhar M.Pharm.,Ph.D


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G.Naresh Babu M.Pharm.,(Ph.D)

Associate professor

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M.Suresh Kumar M.Pharm

Associate professor