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B.Pharma (Ayurveda)- Bachelor in Pharmacy (Ayurveda)

Objectives &Scope: This course trains individuals to become a good manufacturing pharmacist of classical Ayurvedic formulations, a goo-d quality control pharmacist & a pharmaceutical technologist.

Duration of Course : 4 years (8 semesters)

Eligibility : Students with Higher Secondary (10+2, Science) or equivalent examination

Degree Awarded By:
JADAVPUR UNIVERSITY (JU)

DURATION: 4 Years (Full Time)

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M.Pharm (Ayurveda) – Masters in Pharmacy (Ayurveda)

Objectives &Scope: This is a Master Degree course to provide in depth knowledge of Ayurvedic drugs, their method of manufacturing and also their standardization and quality control aspects.

There will be specialization in following subjects:

  • Ayurvedic Pharmaceutics (Rasa Shastra &BhaishjyaKalpna)
  • Ayurvedic Plant Sciences (DravyagunaVigyan)
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis and Standardization of Ayurvedic drugs.
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology of Ayurvedic Drugs
  • Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry of Ayurvedic Drugs

Duration of Course : 2 years

Eligibility : B. Pharma (Ayur) , B.Pharma or BAMS

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Courses Fees

General Fees Structure Amount
Development Fees ( Yearly ) Rs 5000/-
Admission fees ( One time ) Rs 5000/-
Library Caution Money (Refundable ) Rs 3000/-
Laboratory Caution Money (Refundable ) Rs 6000/-
Uniform ( 2 sets of trousers +2 sets of shirts +1 blazer & 1 apron) Rs 4200/-
Cultural & Extracurricular activities (Yearly) Rs 500/


Course Fees for B. Pharm (Ayurveda)

First Semester Second Semester Third Semester Fourth Semester Fifth Semester Sixth Semester Seven Semester Eighth Semester
32,500/- 32,500/- 32,500/- 32,500/- 32,500/- 32,500/- 32,500/- 32,500/-


Course Fees for M. Pharm (Ayurveda)

First Semester Second Semester Third Semester Fourth Semester
50000/- 50000/- 50000/- 50000/-



Note

  • Tuition fees for the ensuing semester must be paid before its commencement.
  • University Registration fees and examination charges are to be paid separately to University.
  • Any other fees which are not mentioned here may occur time to time has to be paid directly to the appropriate authority as per the notice.
  • Any fees once deposited will not be returned under any circumstances.
  • Charges for clinical classes to be held at different associate colleges, hospitals are extra as per the respective authorities.
  • Charges for Internship and practical classes along with expenses related to food, lodging & transport during professional training are to be borne by the student as the case occurs.
  • Extra set of dress, Blazer & Apron can be availed from college office at the cost of Rs1250/-, Rs 1800/- and Rs 350/-respectively.



*** The enlisted refundable amount deposited will be refunded on stipulated date & time which will be issued by BIPS management once after all the verification procedure will be clear as per the norms of the management committee



Jadavpur University (Examination Rules)
5-Year Bachelor Degree Course in Architecture/4-Year Bachelor Degree Courses is Engineering & Pharmacy/3-Year Bachelor of Technology Course in IEE and FTBE.

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Section-1: Qualifying Criteria and Grades

A student will be declared pass without any supplementary if he/she scores 50% in aggregate of the examination papers of both the semesters in the same academic year and 40% or more in each examination paper of both the semesters in the same academic year.

A student will have supplementary in an examination paper if he/she scores 50% in aggregate of all the examination papers of both the semesters in the same academic year but scores less than 40% in that paper.

Pass marks for a sessional paper will be 50.

A student will be retained in the same year of study if he/she scores less than 50% in aggregate of all the examination papers of both the semesters in the same academic year, irrespective of the scores in individual examination papers.

A student will be retained in the same year of study if he/she fails to clear even one sessional paper in two semesters of an academic year.

A student will be retained in the same year of study if he/she fails to fulfill the eligibility criterion regarding class attendance. However, for genuine reasons VC may waive this clause on the basis of recommendation from the Head of the Department.

A student will be retained in the same year of study if he/she gets four or more supplementary in two semesters of an academic year.

A student will be retained in a particular year of study if he/she fails to clear even one supplementary paper of the immediately preceding year (not applicable for 1 st year)

A student will have to clear all the papers within eight years from the first year of admission in a particular department under the FET of the university.

If it is found that a student is already in his/her eighth year of study in a particular department under the FET of the university when he/she is promoted to the Final year then he/she will get, if necessary, one additional year of study after the final year to clear all the papers.

Year loss or getting supplementary upto two papers in the entire course of study will not count towards obtaining the Degree with Honours.

12. In the theoretical and sessional papers, grade will be given as follows:

40%-49%              -              E              (not applicable for sessional)                     

50%-59%              -              D             60%-69%              -              C

70%-79%              -              B             80%-89%              -              A

90% or more      -              S                                             

 

Section-2: Marks Distribution and Eligibility Criterion

The total marks in any examination paper will be equal to (0.7* X+Y), where X=Marks obtained in the semester examination out of 100. Y=Marks obtained in the class test out of 30.

In each examination paper, two class tests will be held for the papers taught by single teacher and one class test will be taken by each teacher for the papers taught by two teachers each of which will be for 30 marks.

The net class test marks in each examination paper will be the arithmetic mean of the two class test marks of the respective paper.

There will be no marks for attendance.

A student will be declared eligible to sit for the semester examination only if his/her cumulative attendance in all the examination and sessional papers is equal to or more than 60% in a semester.

Eligibility criterion regarding class attendance as well as sessionals will be judged semester-wise. Even if a student is found to be ineligible after the 1st semester, then he/she will be allowed to continue in the 2nd semester to get a chance to clear the 2nd semester theoretical and sessional papers.

Eligibility regarding class attendance as well as sessional must be finalized and published within 7 days from the date of dissolution of theoretical classes in each semester.

 

Section-3: Promotion vis-a-vis Supplementary Examination

Even if a student gets three or less supplementary in two semesters of a particular year of study, he/she will be promoted to the next higher year of study, provided that he/she fulfills the other necessary conditions.

One supplementary examination will be held every year that will start at a date 7 days after the completion of the 2nd semester examination, in which the students will get a chance to clear only the first semester supplementary papers.

Another supplementary examination, will be held every year that will be completed before the puja vacation, in which the students will get a chance to clear only the second semester supplementary papers.

Promotion rule will be applied after the completion of all the three following processes: i) the declaration of results of second semester examination, ii) review of second semester examination and iii) the declaration of results of supplementary examination for first semester papers.

Only those students, who have been promoted to the next higher year, will be entitled to sit for the supplementary examination for second semester papers. In other words, the students, who have been retained in the same year due to any one of the reasons enumerated in Cl. 1.4, 1.5, 1.6, 1.7&1.8 will not be entitled to sit for the supplementary examination for second semester papers.

The process of publication of results followed by review must be completed within 60 days from the completion of the 2nd semester examination.

During the semester examinations of his/her current year of study (not applicable to 1st year) a student will get another chance to clear his/her supplementary papers of immediately preceding year only, if not cleared already in the supplementary examination.

If a student has papers to clear even after the supplementary examination held for the 4th year 2nd semester papers after the 4th year 2nd semester examination, he/she has to clear the papers during the semester and supplementary examinations within three years from his/her 4th year 2nd semester examination, subject to the fulfillment of Cl. 1.9.

Every student will get two chances to clear a supplementary paper of any particular year of study as detailed hereafter: i) the first chance in the supplementary examination held for the first semester or second semester for that year of study as the case may be and ii) the second chance in the regular first semester or second semester examinations as the case may be during the immediately next higher year of study (To be read with Cl. 1.8).

 

Section-4: Failure to get Promotion

A student retained in a year as per Cl. 1.4,1.5 & 1.6 will have to take readmission in the same year of study during the next academic year and has to clear again all the examination as well as sessional papers of the concerned semester like a regular student.

In other words, he/she will have to attend the classes and sit for class tests afresh in all the examination and sessional papers of the concerned semester. The eligibility criterion based on class attendance will be applicable to him/her, too.

A student retained in a year as per Cl. 1.7 & 1.8 will be considered as causal students and will not have to clear any paper other than supplementary papers of a particular semester.

A student retained in a particular year of study (e.g. 1st year) because of getting more than three supplementary will be a casual student in that year of study (i.e. 1 st year) during the next academic year and will need to clear the relevant examination papers by scoring 40 or more in the semester and supplementary examinations. He/she need not sit for class tests again in the respective papers. However, he/she could attend the classes of the concerned papers, if he/she wishes so, but his/her attendance will not be recorded and the eligibility criterion based on class attendance will not be applicable to him/her.

A student retained in a particular year of study (e.g. 2nd year) because of failing to clear supplementary papers of the immediately preceding year (i.e. st year). Will be a casual student in that particular year of study (i.e. 2nd year) during the next academic year and will need to clear the relevant examination papers only by scoring 40 or more in the semester examination. He/she need not sit again for class test in the respective papers. However, he/she could attend the classes of the concerned papers, if he/she wishes so, but his/her attendance will not be recorded and the eligibility criterion based on class attendance will not be applicable to him/her.

 

Section-5: Readmitted and Casual Students

1. Readmitted Student:

A student will have to take readmission in the following cases:

a) A student retained in a year of study because of scoring less than 50% in aggregate of all the examination papers of both the semester in the same academic year will have to take readmission during the next academic year in the concerned year of study (Please see Cl. 1.4, too).

b) A student retained in a year of study because of failing to clear one or more sessional papers of that year will have to take readmission during the next academic year in the concerned year of study. (Please see Cl. 1.5, too).

c) A student declared ineligible to sit for the semester examination due to non-compliance with the attendance criterion will have to take readmission during the next academic year in the concerned year of study. (Please see Cl. 1.6. too).

2. A student will be allowed to take readmission in a particular year upto a maximum of three consecutive years only, subject to Cl. 1.9, beyond which the studentship will cease to exist.

3. Casual Student :

A student will be considered a casual candidate in the following cases:

a) A student retained in a particular year of study because of getting more than three supplementary in the year. (Please see Cl. 1.7. too).

b) A student retained in a particular year of study because of failing to clear supplementary papers of the immediately preceding year. (Please see Cl. 1.8. too).

c) A student retained in 4th year because of failing to clear supplementary papers of 3rd and/or 4th year. (Please see Cl. 3.8. too).

4. A student will be allowed to remain as a casual candidate in a particular year of study up to a maximum of three consecutive years only, subject to Cl. 1.9, beyond which the studentship will cease to exist.

5. The status of a readmitted student will be similar to that of a casual student in a particular semester, if he she has fulfilled all the conditions in that semester of the previous year for not to be retained in the same year as enumerated in Cl. 1.4, 1.5 & 1.6.