The subjects covered, as a part of undergraduate teaching, are Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Inorganic and Nuclear Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Biochemistry and Medicinal Chemistry. Pharmaceutical Chemistry involves the study of the physicochemical properties of Chemical Substances, Types of Intermolecular Interactions and Radioactivity. Inorganic and Nuclear Medicinal Chemistry deals with the inorganic drug molecules for the treatment of several disease conditions, while nuclear chemistry deals with the chemistry of radiopharmaceuticals, their production, preparation, compounding, quality control and use of radionuclides as diagnostic aid or as a therapeutic agent. Organic Chemistry forms the basis of medicinal chemistry and it includes the fundamental chemistry of the various functional groups as well as stereochemistry and the chemistry of heterocyclic molecules. Medicinal Chemistry deals with different sources of drugs, mechanism of action, synthetic route and pharmacokinetic properties of present day drugs. It also covers combinatorial chemistry and computational chemistry which includes the theoretical aspects of drug designing that is 2D and 3D-QSAR, molecular modeling, docking studies and virtual screening.
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry is an integral part of pharmacy education programme, as it covers several aspects of new drug discovery and development in collaboration with the other four departments of the institute.
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