(Sponsored by Sree Saraswathi Educational Society)

Approved by AICTE & PCI, New Delhi, Recognised by Govt. of A.P. Affiliated to JNTUA, Ananthapuramu

Recognised U/S 2(f) 12 (B) of UGC Act, 1956

DEPARTMENT OF Pharmaceutical Chemistry PROFILE

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Chemistry is a branch of chemistry which deals with the study of organic chemistry (molecules and compounds) in combination with structural & chemical biology and pharmacology for producing pharmaceutical drugs and medicines. The design, structure and synthesis of pharmaceuticals and biologically active molecules are a part of this branch.

We start our B. Pharm course with general chemistry and organic chemistry. Organic chemistry is a very important and valuable subject. It is the very essence of all life on our planet. The department is well equipped to introduce these fundamental subjects to the students so that a strong foundation is laid at the very beginning. This foundation serves as the building block for all other subjects in the entire B. Pharm course. 

The major objective of the department is to enlighten the requisite skills, develop the desired competencies and meet the pharmaceutical care standards embraced by the faculty in the teaching of their courses. This led us to impart quality education in this great institution. 

Job Profiles for Pharmaceutical Chemistry Graduates

  • Research Scientist
  • Chemist
  • Professor
  • Research Officer
  • Quality Control & Quality Assurance Analyst
  • Scientific Data Entry Specialist
  • Pharmaceutical Patent Analyst
  • Laboratory Assistant
  • Operations or Assistant Manager

Skill Development in Pharmaceutical Chemistry Branch

  • Synthetic organic chemistry skills
  • Compound purification and characterisation proficiency
  • Computational skills with drug discovery tools
  • Research methods and statistics
  • Collection and interpretation of experimental data
  • Enhanced teamwork and interpersonal capacities
  • Communication skills including advanced literacy and presentation skills
  • Problem solving capability
  • Independent thinking, creativity and innovation.