College of Pharmacy

 

 

Caritas College of Pharmacy situates within the premise of Caritas Hospital, establish in 23rd March 1981 under the eminent guidance and vision of His excellency Mar Kuriakose Kunnussery , the Bishop of Kottayam. This college is recognised and approved by Pharmacy council of india. The qualifying examination is conducted by the Chairman Board of D. Pharm examination, DME Medical College Trivandrum. The Chairman of DME, Government of Kerala, issues the Diploma in Pharmacy Certificates on the basic of which registration is being provided by the Kerala State Pharmacy Council.

The college is isolated from the din and dust of the town, the college atmosphere is calm serine and situated for intellectual pursuit. The College has provided necessary infrastructure as mentioned in pharmacy Council of India regulation. A well-finished Computer lab to provide Computer education to all D.pharm part II students have started on  1998.This is the only institution, which provide Computer education to the Diploma Students. In addition we also provide preliminary Hospital training in our own hospital during this Academic year.

Already 28 Batches of students are passed out and now two batches are ongoing. Our students are well settled all over the world ad almost all practising the profession in Government or in the private sector. In kerala many medical shopes are owned by our students. We have also formed the Alumni association with ten-office bearer and also a placement cell, which takes the responsibility of the placements of our students.

Ample opportunity is provided to students to exhibit their talents in cultural events and make them more self confident and interactive.

Directors & Principals

DIRECTORS
NO
NAME
FROM
TO
1
REV. FR. PETER POOCHAKATTIL
1981
1985
2
REV. FR. SIMON EDATHIPARAMBIL
1985
1991
3
REV. FR. PHILIP THODUKAYIL
1991
1997
4
REV. FR. SIMON PAZHUKKAYIL
1997
2003
5
REV. FR. JOSE THARACKAL
2003
2005
6 REV. FR. JACOB KOLLAPARAMBIL 2005 2011
7
REV. FR. THOMAS ANIMOOTTIL
2011
 

 

PRINCIPALS
NO
NAME
FROM
TO
1
SRI. GEORGE MATHEW M.Pharm
1981
1981
2
SRI. ABDUL SAMOD M. Pharm
1982
1983
3
SR. MOLY MATHEW B. Pharm
1984
1985
4
SR. N.A ALEYKUTTY M. Pharm, PhD
1985
1989
5
SMT. ANNIE MATHEW M. Pharm, PhD
1989
1990
6
SRI. SANTHOSH M MATHEWS M.Pharm
1990
1992
7
SMT. VALSAMMA M.A B.Pharm
1992
1993
8
SR. N.A ALEYKUTTY M. Pharm, PhD
1993
1995
9
SMT. LITTY JOSEPH M.Pharm
1996
1997
10
SRI. JEESON MATTEKATT M.Pharm
1997
1997
11
SRI. SANTHOSH M MATHEWS M.Pharm
1998
1998
12
SRI. THOMAS MATHEW M.Pharm
1999
2006
13 MS. TEENA K THOMAS M.Pharm 2006 2009
14 MR. LIMIN MATHEW KEZHUVANTHANATH M. Pharm 2009 2013
15 SR. N.A ALEYKUTTY M. Pharm, PhD 2013  

Courses and Admission Criteria D-pharm

Affiliated To: Directorate of Medical Education (DME) Trivandrum, PCI (Pharmacy Council of India)

Number of Students : 120 (60 students in each batch)

1.Eligibility

A pass in pre degree (First or Second group)

H.S.C (10+2) Science group.

VHSE (A or B group)

An equivalent examination approved by Pharmacy Council of India.

2.Age

The candidate should have completed 17 Years of  age at time of  application and the upper age limit will be 35 Years.

3.No. of Seats

Total number of seats for the course D.pharm part I each academic year is 60 Admission is purely on the basis of merit. 50% seat will be management seat. Since this is a charitable institution we do not take any donation from any students, and have not authorized any person or agent to filled the seats.

4.List of enclosures to be forwarded along with application form

Attested copy of mark list of the qualifying examinations.

Attested copy of course and conduct certificate from the head of the institution last attended course.

Attested copy of SSLC certificate to prove the date of birth.

Attested copy of Medical Fitness Certificate showing suitability to undergo the course

5.Duration of course

The duration of the course shall be for two academic year with each academic year spread over a period of not less than 180 working days in addition to 500 hours practical training spread over a period of not less than 3 months.

6.Course of study

The course of study for Diploma in Pharmacy part I and Diploma in pharmacy part II shall the object as given below.

First year (part I)

Pharmaceutics-I     (Theory & Practical)

Pharmaceutical Chemistry I   (Theory & Practical)

Pharmacognosy     (Theory & Practical)

Biochemistry & Clinical Pathology  (Theory & Practical)

Human anatomy & Physiology   (Theory & Practical)

Health education and Community pharmacy (Theory only)

Second Year (Part II)

Pharmaceutics-II     (Theory & Practical)

Pharmaceutical Chemistry II   (Theory & Practical)

Pharmacognosy and Toxicology   (Theory & Practical)

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence    (Theory only)

Drugs store and Business management  (Theory only)

Hospital and Clinical pharmacy   (Theory & Practical)

Contact details:

Caritas College of Pharmacy
Thellakom P.O
kottayam-686630
Kerala State
Phone: 0481-2790638
Mobile: +91 9497713558
Email:caritascollegeofpharmacy@gmail.com
 

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