Dear Participants, On be half of KCT's Krishna College of pharmacy I heartily welcome to one and all to this online Teaching Learning platform. The objective of creating this platform is to provide study material in the form of PPTs, Videos, PDF, Assignments, Quizzes, Games etc. Hope this will help the students to learn the things more interestingly and joyfully. So let come together to use the technology and be prepared for facing the challenges of 21st Century Education. 

    Resource Persons:
    1. Mrs. Patil Shubhangi Amarsinh 
    2. Dr. Chivate Niranjan Dattataray 
    3. Mrs. Shah Nutan Vishal 
    4. Miss. Patil Shubhangi Jagannath 
    5. Mrs. Pathan Shagufta Juber 
    6. Mr. Kachare Abhijeet Ankush 
    7. Mr. Patil Swapnil Dattatray 
    8. Mrs Patil Rinku Yogesh

Available courses


CO.1.Students should able to define prescription, explain parts of prescription along with Latin terms commonly used and do Calculations involved in dispensing.

CO.2.Students should identify the type of Incompatibilities in prescriptions and suggest the methods to correct it.

CO.3.Students should be able to explain factors affecting the dose and able to calculate dose by using various formulas.

CO.4.Students should able to define, classify and review formulation aspects of various solid liquid and semisolid dosage forms.

CO.5.Students should able to define, classify and explain general requirements along with formulation aspects of sterile dosage forms, ophthalmic products and dental and cosmetic preparations.

CO.6.Students should able to, prepare pack and label various solid, liquid, and semisolid dosage forms by translating the given prescription in to English.

Course outcomes

After completion of this course students will be able to.....
CO1.Draw the structure of different Heterocyclic compounds with their nomenclature.
CO2.Define and classify various pharmaceutical agents.
CO3.Recall the Physicochemical properties with their storage conditions.
CO4. Understand the uses and official preparation of different pharmaceutical compounds.
CO5. Synthesize the different Heterocyclic compounds.
CO6.Perfom qualitative & identification test of different Heterocyclic compounds.

                                          COURSE OUTCOMES                   

        After completing this course student should be able to

CO1. Describe various pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic phenomenons with relevant examples by considering factors affecting them. 

CO2. Decide route of administration, dose and dose regimens of various pharmacological agents and identify merits and demerits of various routes of administration.   

CO3. Define various pharmacological agents and classify them with example of each class. 

CO4. Apply knowledge of pharmacological actions, mechanism of action, Therapeutic uses   and pharmacokinetic profile of various pharmacological agents in therapy of various diseases to improve health of community 

CO5. Apply knowledge of adverse effects, toxic effects, contraindications, drug interactions of various pharmacological agents in therapy of various diseases and able to recommend treatment for poisoning cases and life threatening reactions.

CO6.  Justify the various statements regarding route of administration,                       combination preparation, contraindications in particular conditions.



Course Outcome statements with justification for the domain of evaluation as per blooms taxonomy

Student can be able to discuss history, development and scope of pharmaceutical legislation and apply code of pharmaceutical ethics for efficient running of pharmacy in relation to community and environment.

Student can be able to discuss different provisions of Pharmacy Act, 1948 with special reference to education regulations, pharmacy councils, their constitutions by correlating them with each other.

Student can be able to describe provisions of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, with respect to import, manufacture, sale and distribution of drugs, cosmetics, Ayurvedic, Siddha, Unanni and Homeopathic drugs.

Student can be able to categorize advertisements prohibited and exempted as per Drugs and Magic Remedies Act, 1954.

Student can be able to state in brief provisions regarding DPCO, Medicinal and Toiletries preparations Act, MTP Act, etc.

Student can be able to revise provisions related to NDPS Act, Poisons Act and New drug policy.



Course outcome statements with justification for the domain of evaluation as per blooms taxonomy.

Students will be able to

Discuss strategies to facilitate the process of organisation by understanding problems in starting a business.
Apply different techniques to increase the sale of goods and salesmanship in smooth running of business. 
Explain basic concepts within human resource management, inventory control,that would support for smooth running of business.
Plan their own business in the pharmaceutical sector by the concepts learned into personal practice focusing on profession.
Apply effective management methods that focus on quality assurance and knowledge of Banking & Finance and also budgeting.
Record various transactions in the books of account with a view of having permanent record of the same by understanding various accounting concepts.


Course Outcome statements with justification for the domain of evaluation as per blooms taxonomy

Students will be able to 


Define terminologies used in practice of pharmacy.


 Translate Latin terms into English & write advises of  medicines, pathophysiology of diseases, physiological parameters .


 Draw flow charts, Layouts, schematic presentation of various organizations.


 Describe uses of instruments , equipments and surgical dressings ,methods, & procedures of operations in Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy.


Explain objectives, functions, responsibilities, Policies of various departments, committees, Organizations of Hospital.


 State abilities, Role of pharmacist in counseling, monitoring of drug therapy, drug use therapy , Adverse drug reaction.