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School of Pharmsacy Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore

DETAILED COURSE PLAN

A. Subject Specification

[1]. Subject title and code: Advanced Mathematics (201 T) [2]. Program(s) in which the Subject is offered: B. Pharm.

(If general elective available in many programs indicate this rather than list programs) [3]. Nature of the subject: Compulsory [4]. Name of faculty member responsible for the Subject : -- [5]. Level/year at which this Subject is offered: First Year (II Sem.)

B. Objectives

[1]. Objective of the Subject: To make pharmacy technician skilled in math principles needed to solve complex

calculations in the subject. These math skills used for tasks such as dosage calculations, measurement conversions, weights and measurements in pharmacy practice. More importantly, these elementary math concepts are a foundation for more complicated and advanced skills which is needed.

C. Subject Description

[1]. Subject Detail

S. No.

Topic No. of Classes

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Differential equations and its applications: Revision of integral calculus,

definition and formation of differential equations, equations of first order and

first degree, variable separable, homogeneous and linear differential equations

and equations reducible to such types, linear differential equations of order

greater than one with constant coefficients, complementary function and

particular integral, simultaneous linear differential equations, pharmaceutical

applications.

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2.

Laplace transforms: Definition, transforms of elementary functions, properties

of linearity and shifting, inverse Laplace transforms, transforms of

derivatives, solution of ordinary and simultaneous differential equations.

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3.

Biometrics: Significant digits and rounding of numbers, data collection,

random and non-random sampling methods, sample size, data organization,

diagrammatic representation of data, bar, pie, 2-D and 3-D diagrams,

measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, standard deviation and

standard error of means, coefficient of variation, confidence (fiducial) limits.

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4.

Probability: Probability and events, Bayers theorem, probability theorems,

probability distributions, elements of binomial and poison distribution,

normal distribution curve and properties.

10

5.

Correlation and regression analysis: Method of least squares, statistical

inference, students and paired t-test, f-test and elements of ANOVA, kurtosis

and skewness, applications of statistical concepts in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Total No. of Classes 40

[1]. Subject Components (total contact hours): Lecture: 4 hrs. per week Practical: -- Other: -

[2]. Development of Learning Outcomes in Domains of Learning

i. Description of the knowledge to be acquired: Study and apply different approaches of mathematics. Study different approaches with the help of mathematical techniques.

ii. Teaching strategies to be used to develop that knowledge: Black board teaching, Assignments.

D. Learning Resources

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i. Essential References, Required Text(s), Electronic Materials, Web Sites, Other learning material such as computer-based programs/CD, professional standards/regulations:

Books: Paria G., Ordinary Differential Equations with Laplace transform, Scholars

Publications, Indore Paria, G.,Differential Calculus, Scholars Publishing House, Indore Paria G., Integral Calculus, Scholars Publications, Indore. Paria G., Statistics and Stochastic Process Part I and II, Scholars Publications,

Indore. Gopal, N.G.S., Gopal, J.S., Frapart, P. Guide to Statistical Quality Control,

Bhalani Publishing House, Mumbai.

E. Facilities Required

Indicate requirements for the Subject including size of classrooms and laboratories (i.e number of seats in classrooms and laboratories, extent of computer access etc.)

[1]. Accommodation (Lecture rooms, etc.): 1 lecture room [2]. Computing resources: Computer. [3]. Other resources (specify --eg. If specific laboratory equipment is required, list

requirements or attach list): --

F. Subject Evaluation and Improvement Processes

[1]. Strategies for Obtaining Student Feedback on Effectiveness of Teaching: Feedbacks from the students are taken twice in a semester. [2]. Other Strategies for Evaluation of Teaching The system exists for class test followed by 2 sessional examinations per semester for evaluation of teaching.

G. List of Assignments: [1]. Correlation and Regression. [2]. Kurtosis and Skewness. [3]. Statistical concept in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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School of Pharmacy Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore

DETAILED COURSE PLAN

A. Subject Specification [1]. Subject title and code: Physical Pharmacy[202T] [2]. Program(s) in which the Subject is offered: B. Pharm

(If general elective available in many programs indicate this rather than list programs) [3]. Name of faculty member responsible for the Subject : Mr. Mahendra Chouhan

[4]. Level/year at which this Subject is offered : First Year

B. Objectives

[1]. Objective of the Subject:

Physical pharmacy course introduces the physical-chemical principles of drug and formulation and their importance in designing efficient dosage form.

To study the physical, chemical and electrical properties of molecules situated at interfaces.

To understand how problems arising during preparation of dosage forms(ex:-emulsion, suspension) and involving interfaces can be resolved by the use of surface active agents.

C. Subject Description S.no. Topic/ unit No. of lectures

required 1 Matter: State and selected properties: State of matter, Latent heat and

vapour pressure, Sublimation, Critical point, Eutectic point, Solids: Crystalline and amorphous,

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2 Polymorphism, Refractive index, Colligative properties, Partition coefficient, Phase Equilibrium and Phase rule.

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(a) Micromeritics: Particle size and size distribution: Average particle size, Number and weight distribution, Particle number, Methods for determining particle size, Optical

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(b) microscopy, Sieving, Sedimentation, Particle volume measurement, Particle shape and surface area, Methods for determining surface area, Derived properties of powders, Porosity, Packing arrangements, Densities of particles, Bulkiness, Flow

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properties. 3. Surface and Interfacial phenomenon: Liquid interfaces, Surface and

interfacial tensions, Surface free energy, Measurement of surface and interfacial tensions, Spreading coefficient, Adsorption at liquid interfaces, Surface active agents, HLB, Types of monolayer at liquid surfaces, Critical micelle concentration, Adsorption at solid interfaces,

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(a) Solid-gas and solid-liquid interface, Wetting and detergency, Application of surface active Agents, Electric properties of interfaces.

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4. Rheology: Newtonian systems: Newtons law of flow, Kinematics viscosity, Temperature dependence and the theory of viscosity, Non-newtonian systems, Plastic flow, Pseudoplastic, Dilatant flow. Thixotropy: Measurement of thixotropy, Bulges and spurs.

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(a) Choice of viscometer, Capillary viscometer, Falling sphere viscometer, Cup and Bob viscometer, Cone and plate viscometer, Viscoelasticity, Pshycorheology.

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(b) Negative thixotropy, Thixotropy in formulation, Determination of Rheologic properties,

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5. Dispersed systems: Colloids, Types of colloidal systems, Optical properties of colloids, Kinetic properties of colloids, Electrical properties of colloids, Pharmaceutical Applications of colloids.

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6. Complication and protein binding: Classification of complexes, Methods of preparation and analysis, Pharmaceutical applications, Protein binding, Factors affecting complexation and protein binding.

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7. Chemical kinetics: General considerations and concepts, Half-life determination, Factors Affecting rate of reaction, Order of reaction, Determination of order of reaction.

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[1]. Subject Components (total contact hours):

Lecture: 4 hrs. per week Practical: 3 hrs. per week Other: -

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[2]. Development of Learning Outcomes in Domains of Learning

i. Description of the knowledge to be acquired: Physical pharmacy course introduces the physical-chemical principles of drug and formulation and their importance in designing efficient dosage form.

ii. Teaching strategies to be used to develop that knowledge: Black board teaching, Power point presentation, Overhead projector, Group discussion, Assignments

D. Learning Resources i. Essential References, Required Text(s), Electronic Materials, Web Sites, Other

learning material such as computer-based programs/CD, professional standards/regulations: Martin A., Physical Pharmacy, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia. Lachman, L., Lieberman, H.A. and Kanig, J.L., The Theory and Practice of

Industrial Pharmacy, Vargese Publishing House, Bombay. Allen, L.V., Popovich, N.G., Ansel, H.C., Ansels Pharmaceutical Dosage

Forms and Drug Delivery Systems, Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia.

Banker, G.S. and Rhodes C.T., Modern Pharmaceutics, Marcell Decker Inc., New York

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