Hamdard College of Pharmacy with diploma course was established in 1972 which was affiliated to Delhi Board of Technical Education. In 1973, B. Pharm. course was started under Delhi University. In 1982, M. Pharm. in Pharmacognosy was started. From 1986 M. Pharm. programme in all the four disciplines and simultaneously Ph.D. programme in all the disciplines was started. From 1997 self financing B. Pharm. course was started with 60 seats. In collaboration with Ranbaxy Research Laboratories, Department of Pharmaceutical Medicine was started in 1999 for Ph.D. programme in this discipline. It is a unique programme of its own kind in our country. The total students capacity of Faculty is approximately 766 (166 in M. Pharm. and 600 in U.G.) excluding Ph. D. scholars. These courses are approved by AICTE and PCI.
The Faculty has much infrastructural facility like bioinformatics Information centre, Nanomedicine lab, Bioactive natural products labs, Microbial and Pharmaceutical Technology lab., Neurobehavioural Pharmacology Lab., Advanced Chemistry Facilities lab and other state of art research laboratories.
All the departments are actively involved in research as can be seen by yearly publications. The areas of research are Nanodrug design and delivery, Nanoherbal formulations, Prodrugs, Metabolomics, Computer Aided Drug Design, Eco-friendly Processes and Synthesis of Prodrugs and Mutual Prodrugs, cardiovascular pharmacology, Neuro-pharmacology, evaluation of medicinal agents. The faculty has published more than 800 research papers in SCI indexed reputed journals and applied more than 25 patents in last five years.
Central Instrumentation Facility at Faculty of Pharmacy
The Faculty has Central Instrumentation Facility available for research work and is well equipped with sophisticated instruments like
- Liquid Chromatography-Mass spectrophotometer
- Malvern Zetasizer
- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR)
- Super Critical Fluid (SCF)
- Atomic Force Measurement (AFM)
- HPLC (Binary Pump) with Diode array detector
- HPLC (Binary Pump) with UV-Visible detector
- HPLC (Quaternary Pump) with UV – Visible detector and Electro Chemical detector
- Automatic Dissolution Test apparatus
- ELISA Reader
- Infra red Spectrophotometer
- Double Beam/UV-Visible Spectrophotometer
- Florescence Spectrophotometer
- Differential Scanning Calorimeter ( DSC)
- Electronic Microbalance
- Millipore HPLC water making Instrument.
- High Pressure Homogenizer
- Texture Analyser
- B.Pharm (Regular)
- B.Pharm II-nd Year (Regular- Lateral Entry)
- D Pharm (Regular)
- M.Pharm (Pharmacology)
- M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics)
- M.Pharm (Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry)
- M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
- M.Pharm (Quality Assurance)
- M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Biotechnology)
- M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Analysis)
- M.Pharm (Pharmacy Practice)
- PhD (Pharmacology & Pharmacology with Specialization in Pharmacy Practice)
- PhD (Pharmaceutics & Pharmaceutics with specialization in Quality Assurance)
- PhD (Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry and Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry with specialization in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology)
- PhD (Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Pharmaceutical Chemistry with Specialization in Pharmaceutical Analysis)
- PhD-Pharmaceutical Medicine
Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharm.) Two years course
- 10+2 with PCB securing at least 45% marks in the aggregate and also in the aggregate of PCB.
- Appeared in the interview conducted by Jamia Hamdard.
- Completed the age of 17 years on or before 31 December of the year of taking admission< as per PCI norms.
Bachelor in Pharmacy (B. Pharm. Regular and SFS) Eight semester course
- 10+2 with PCB securing at least 50% marks in the aggregate and also in the aggregate and also in the aggregate of PCB.
- Qualified AIPMT (All India Pre Medical Test for MBBS Programme) conducted by CBSE.
- Completed the age of 17 years on or before 31 December of the year of taking admission as per PCI norms.
- Non AIPMT applicants may be considered on the basis of merit in qualifying examination-cum-interview.
B. Pharm. II Year (Regular and SFS through lateral entry)
- 10+2 with PCB& merit determined by marks obtained in D.Pharm course and/or interview.
- Passed Diploma in pharmacy examination of Jamia Hamdard or from any other recognized institution with 50% marks in aggregate.
Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm.) in
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry
- Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry
- Pharmacy Practice
- Quality Assurance
- Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
- Pharmaceutical Analysis
- Passed B.Pharm/B.Pharm (Unani) examination or any other examination recognised by Jamia Hamdard or an institution recognised by Jamia Hamdard and AICTE, securing at least 50% marks in the aggregation of theory papers and practicals.
- Qualified GPAT (with valid score card)
- Appeared in the Entrance Test conducted by Jamia Hamdard
- Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutics with specialization in Quality Assurance
- Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry and Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry with specialization in Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry with specialization in Pharmaceutical Analysis
- Pharmacology and Pharmacology with specialization in Pharmacy Practice
- Passed M. Pharm. from Jamia Hamdard or any other institution recognised by AICTE and Jamia Hamdard in the relevant subject with atleast 55% marks in the aggregate or equivalent grade
- Candidate having M.Sc. degree in Clinical Research with minimum 55% marks or equivalent grade shall be eligible to be considered for admission to Ph.D. programme in pharmacology subject to the condition that he/she possesses B.Pharm. degree.
- The candidates from Bio Science/ Life Science stream with NET-JRF/NET-LS may also apply for different disciplines in Ph.D. in pharmacy.
- Appeared in the Entrance Test/Interview or both conducted by Jamia Hamdard.
Ph.D.- Pharmaceutical Medicine Regular & SFS
- Passed M. Pharm. from Jamia Hamdard or any other institution recognised by AICTE and Jamia Hamdard in Pharmacology/Hospital Pharmacy/ Clinical Pharmacy/ Pharmaceutics or MBBS degree from a recognised institution. Preference will be given to MD/ DNB degree holders in Pharmacology/ Medicine/ Clinical Pharmacology. Candidates with M.Sc. degree in Pharmacology may also be considered. The required percentage is 55% in aggregate in the relevant subject or equivalent grade.
- Candidate having M.Sc. degree in Clinical Research with minimum 55% marks or equivalent grade shall be eligible to be considered for admission to Ph.D. programme in Pharmaceutical Medicine. These candidates will be required to qualify the Jamia Hamdard Entrance Test, if they have not qualified NET or equivalent test.
- The candidates from Biosciences/ Life Sciences stream with NET-JRF/NET-LS may also apply for different disciplines in Ph.D. in pharmacy.
The Faculty consists of the following departments: