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Regulation 2021

Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

PEO1: To prepare students forprosperous spectrum of careeravenuesin academia,advanced research, industries of pharmaceutical technology, biomedicine, biotechnology, law, business and government and other pharmaceutical pursuits through dissemination of knowledge and proficiency in engineering and technology fundamentals related to pharmaceutical technology and the ability to solve problems.

PEO2: To transfuse in students the sense of confidence in professional endeavors byapplication of the derived knowledge and appreciation of economical impact in a societalcontext.

PEO3: To provide collegial and nurturingenvironment for the students to realize theprofessional, ethical obligations and their concern to protect the health and welfare of the public, and to be accountable for the social and environmental impact of their practice.

PEO4: To create an enjoyable educational environment in which students participate inmulti- disciplinary, team oriented, open-ended curricular and co-curricular activities that prepare them to work either individually and as an integrated team member.

PEO5: To facilitate the students to gain the wisdom of fundamentals and advances to practice pharmaceutical technology and interdisciplinary research as career of constructive service to society and higher learning.

Program Outcomes (PO’s)

After completion of graduation in Pharmaceutical Technology, the students will be able to demonstrate the ability to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and technology in the discipline
  2. Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems foritssolution
  3. Design and develop system processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health, safety, cultural, societal, and environmental.
  4. Design the experiments, its analysis and interpretation of data, synthesis of the information using research-based knowledge for complex problems.
  5. Use modern engineering tools, software and equipment to meet the needs in the area of Pharmaceutical Technology
  6. Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal, and cultural issues relevant to the professional engineering practices.
  7. Apply knowledge of the impact of pharmaceutical technology solutions in a societal and global context
  8. Demonstrate ethical principles and commitment to responsibilities and norms of the pharmaceutical technology practices
  9. Work effectively as an individual and as well as member in teams of diversified professionals
  10. Communicate effectively
  11. Understand the philosophies of project management principles in Pharmaceutical technology
  12. Showcase urge for self-education and life-long learning

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES (PSO’s)

After successful completion of the program the graduate will be able to

  1. Develop active pharmaceutical ingredients, drug intermediates and pharmaceutical products.
  2. Apply data driven decisions and predictive analytical tools in smaller and larger molecule producing industries.
  3. Identify technical issues related to the design, manufacturing of chemicals & pharmaceuticals and provide effective interdisciplinary solutions.
  4. Adapt continuously changing technologies and play pivotal professional role in sustainable societal development.

Contribution 1: Reasonable 2: Significant 3: Strong

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs):

SEMESTER I

C101 – PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH I (HS3152)

C101.1 To improve the communicative competence of learners.
C101.2 To learn to use basic grammatic structures in suitable contexts.
C101.3 To acquire lexical competence and use them appropriately in a sentence and understand their meaning in a text.
C101.4 To help learners use language effectively in professional contexts.
C101.5 To develop learners’ ability to read and write complex texts, summaries, articles, blogs, definitions, essays and user manuals.

C102 – MATRICES AND CALCULUS (MA3151)

C102.1 Use the matrix algebra methods for solving practical problems.
C102.2 Apply differential calculus tools in solving various application problems.
C102.3 Able to use differential calculus ideas on several variable functions.
C102.4 Apply different methods of integration in solving practical problems.
C102.5 Apply multiple integral ideas in solving areas, volumes and other practical problems.

C103 – ENGINEERING PHYSICS (PH3151)

C103.1 Understand the importance of mechanics.
C103.2 Express their knowledge in electromagnetic waves.
C103.3 Demonstrate a strong foundational knowledge in oscillations, optics and lasers.
C103.4 Understand the importance of quantum physics.
C103.5 Comprehend and apply quantum mechanical principles towards the formation of energy bands.

C104 – ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY (CY3151)

C104.1 To infer the quality of water from quality parameter data and propose suitable treatment methodologies to treat water.
C104.2 To identify and apply basic concepts of nanoscience and nanotechnology in designing the synthesis of nanomaterials for engineering and technology applications.
C104.3 To apply the knowledge of phase rule and composites for material selection requirements.
C104.4 To recommend suitable fuels for engineering processes and applications.
C104.5 To recognize different forms of energy resources and apply them for suitable applications in energy sectors.

C105 – PROBLEM SOLVING AND PYTHON PROGRAMMING (GE3151)

C105.1 Develop algorithmic solutions to simple computational problems.
C105.2 Develop and execute simple Python programs.
C105.3 Write simple Python programs using conditionals and looping for solving problems.
C105.4 Decompose a Python program into functions.
C105.5 Represent compound data using Python lists, tuples, dictionaries etc.
C105.6 Read and write data from/to files in Python programs.

C106 – தமிழர்மரபு (GE3152)

C106.1

C107 – PROBLEM SOLVING ANDPYTHON PROGRAMMING LABORATORY (GE3171)

C107.1 Develop algorithmic solutions to simple computational problems
C107.2 Develop and execute simple Python programs.
C107.3 Implement programs in Python using conditionals and loops for solving problems.
C107.4 Deploy functions to decompose a Python program.
C107.5 Process compound data using Python data structures.
C107.6 Utilize Python packages in developing software applications.

C108 – PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (BS3171)

PHYSICS LABORATORY
C108.1 Understand the functioning of various physics laboratory equipment.
C108.2 Use graphical models to analyze laboratory data.
C108.3 Use mathematical models as a medium for quantitative reasoning and describing physical reality.
C108.4 Access, process and analyze scientific information.
C108.5 Solve problems individually and collaboratively.
CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
C108.6 To analyse the quality of water samples with respect to their acidity, alkalinity, hardness and DO.
C108.7 To determine the amount of metal ions through volumetric and spectroscopic techniques
C108.8 To analyse and determine the composition of alloys.
C108.9 To learn simple method of synthesis of nanoparticles
C108.10 To quantitatively analyse the impurities in solution by electroanalytical techniques

C109 – ENGLISH LABORATORY (GE3172)

C109.1 To listen to and comprehend general as well as complex academic texts information
C109.2 To listen to and understand different points of view in a discussion
C109.3 To speak fluently and accurately in formal and informal communicative contexts
C109.4 To describe products and processes and explain their uses and purposes clearly and accurately
C109.5 To express their opinions effectively in both formal and informal discussions

SEMESTER II

C110 – PROFESSIONAL ENGLISH -II (HS3252)

C110.1 To compare and contrast products and ideas in technical texts.
C110.2 To identify and report cause and effects in events, industrial processes through technical texts
C110.3 To analyse problems in order to arrive at feasible solutions and communicate them in the written format.
C110.4 To present their ideas and opinions in a planned and logical manner
C110.5  To draft effective resumes in the context of job search.

C111- STATISTICS AND NUMERICAL METHODS (MA3251)

C111.1 Apply the concept of testing of hypothesis for small and large samples in real life problems.
C111.2 Apply the basic concepts of classifications of design of experiments in the field of agriculture.
C111.3 Appreciate the numerical techniques of interpolation in various intervals and apply the numerical techniques of differentiation and integration for engineering problems.
C111.4 Understandthe knowledge of various techniques and methods for solving first and second order ordinary differential equations.
C111.5 Solve the partial and ordinary differential equations with initial and boundary conditions by using certain techniques with engineering applications.

C112 – PHYSICS OF MATERIALS (PH3258)

C112.1 Acquire knowledge of phase diagram, and thin film and nanomaterial preparation techniques
C112.2 Familiarize with conducting materials, basic quantum mechanics, and properties and applications of superconductors.
C112.3 Gain knowledge on semiconducting materials based on energy level diagrams, its types,temperature effect. Also, fabrication methods for semiconductor devices will be understood.
C112.4 Realize with theories and applications of dielectric and ferromagnetic materials.
C112.5 Familiarize with ceramics, composites, metallic glasses, shape memory alloys,

C113 – BASIC ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING (BE3252)

C113.1 Compute the electric circuit parameters for simple problems
C113.2 Explain the concepts of domestics wiring and protective devices
C113.3 Explain the working principle and applications of electrical machines
C113.4 Analyze the characteristics of analog electronic devices
C113.5 Explain the types and operating principles of sensors and transducers

C114 – ENGINEERING GRAPHICS (GE3251)

C114.1 Use BIS conventions and specifications for engineering drawing.
C114.2 Construct the conic curves, involutes and cycloid.
C114.3 Solve practical problems involving projection of lines.
C114.4 Draw the orthographic, isometric and perspective projections of simple solids.
C114.5 Draw the development of simple solids.

C115 – தமிழரும்ததொழில்நுட்பமும (GE3252)

C115.1

C116 – ENGINEERING PRACTICES LABORATORY (GE3271)

C116.1 Draw pipe line plan; lay and connect various pipe fittings used in common household plumbing work; Saw; plan; make joints in wood materials used in common household wood work.
C116.2 Wire various electrical joints in common household electrical wire work.
C116.3 Weld various joints in steel plates using arc welding work; Machine various simple processes like turning, drilling, tapping in parts; Assemble simple mechanical assembly of common household equipments; Make a tray out of metal sheet using sheet metal work.
C116.4 Solder and test simple electronic circuits; Assemble and test simple electronic components on PCB

C117 – BASIC ELECTRICAL, ELECTRONICS AND INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERING LABORATORY

(BE3272)

C117.1 Use experimental methods to verify the Ohm’s law and Kirchhoff’s Law and to measure three phase power.
C117.2 Analyze experimentally the load characteristics of electrical machines
C117.3 Analyze the characteristics of basic electronic devices
C117.4 Use LVDT to measure displacement

C118 – COMMUNICATION LABORATORY (GE3272)

C118.1 Speak effectively in group discussions held in a formal/semi formal contexts.
C118.2 Discuss, analyse and present concepts and problems from various perspectives to arrive at suitable solutions
C118.3 Write emails, letters and effective job applications.
C118.4 Write critical reports to convey data and information with clarity and precision
C118.5 Give appropriate instructions and recommendations for safe execution of tasks

SEMESTER III

C201 -TRANSFORMS AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (MA3351)
C201.1 Understand how to solve the given standard partial differential equations.
C201.2 Solve differential equations using Fourier series analysis which plays a vital role in engineering applications.
C201.3 Appreciate the physical significance of Fourier series techniques in solving one and two dimensional heat flow problems and one dimensional wave equations.
C201.4 Understand the mathematical principles on transforms and partial differential equations would provide them the ability to formulate and solve some of the physical problems of engineering.
C201.5 Use the effective mathematical tools for the solutions of partial differential equations by using Z transform techniques for discrete time systems.

C202 – CHEMICAL PROCESS CALCULATIONS (PY3301)

C202.1 Have a clear idea of various types of unit systems and students will be able to convert units from one form to another.
C202.2 Comprehend the different gas laws, and students would be able to solve the problems on stoichiometry quantity of gaseous substances in industry.
C202.3 Know the various measurements of humidity and clear about applying humidity charts, psychometric charts, and concepts of vaporization and vapor pressure laws
C202.4 analyze the behaviour of recycle processes, performing approximate material balances by hand and setting up calculations for rigorous solution by computer.
C202.5 attain the energy balance concepts necessary for solution of energy balance of different chemical engineering processes in industries
C202.6 Independently develop a stoichiometry problem solving ability in a number of useful mathematical and chemical operations.

C203 – MICROBIOLOGY (BT3352)

C203.1 Microorganisms and examination of microorganisms
C203.2 Structural organization of microorganisms
C203.3 Nutritional requirements of microorganisms, their growth and metabolism
C203.4 Control of microorganisms
C203.5 Metabolites, bioremediation, biofertilizers, biopesticides and biosensors

C204 – PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY (PY3302)

C204.1  Identify the relationship between structure and physical properties pharmaceutical substances and make predictions of chemical bonding along with their reaction mechanism.
C204.2 draw the structures and outline the synthesis of simple pharmaceutically active organic compounds having five and six membered heterocyclic compounds.
C204.3 describe the sources of impurities and methods to determine the impurities in inorganic drugs and pharmaceuticals.
C204.4 distinguish between various reaction mechanism and well acquainted with the synthesis of some important class of drugs.
C204.5 apply the knowledge in the handling of radiopharmaceuticals and synthesis of new drug molecule with special reference to organic, inorganic and coordination chemistry.

C205 – BIOCHEMISTRY (BT9932)

C205.1 Ensure students have a strong foundation in the structure and reactions of biomolecules.
C205.2 Introduce them to metabolic pathways of the major biomolecules and relevance to clinical conditions.
C205.3 Correlate biochemical processes with biotechnology application.
C205.4 Understand in detail about structures, types and classifications of amino acid.
C205.5 Illustrate the metabolism of carbohydrates through various anabolic and catabolic pathways.
C205.6 Relate the structure of DNA with its function in replication and gene expression.
C206 – HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY (PY3391)
C206.1 Acquire the gross histology, structure and functions of various organs of the human body
C206.2 Implement the physiological tests and appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning of human body
C206.3 Perform basic physiological and pharmacological experiments and to record and interpret the results for its clinical significance.
C206.4 Demonstrate laboratory procedures used to examine anatomical structures and evaluate physiological functions of each organ system
C206.5 Interpret graphs of anatomical and physiological data.
C206.6 Apply the methods to evaluate the potency of drugs, toxicity of drugs in animal models.

C207 – MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY (PY3311)

C207.1 Understand the advanced technical information pertaining to laboratory bio-safety and preventive measures from pathogenic microorganism.
C207.2 Develop the minimum skills to work on several important techniques using equipment for the study of microorganisms. Microscopically examine living microorganisms.
C207.3 Familiar with the types of laboratory equipment and culture media needed to develop and maintain pure cultures.
C207.4 Carry out the technique for aseptic removal and transfer of microorganisms for subculturing.
C207.5 Determine the cultural characteristics of microorganisms as an aid in identifying and classifying organisms into taxonomic groups.
C207.6 Practical use of the compound microscope for visualization of cellular morphology from stained slide preparations.

C208 – BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY LABORATORY (PY3312)

C208.1 Apply basic principles of chemistry to biological systems and molecular biology.
C208.2 Correlate molecular structure and interactions present in proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids
C208.3 Perform procedure to characterize the biomolecules using microscopy.
C208.4 Understand the gross histology, structure and functions of various organs of the human body
C208.5 Implement the physiological tests and appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning of human body
C208.6 Perform basic physiological and pharmacological experiments and to record and interpret the results for its clinical significance.

C209 – PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (GE3361)

C209.1 Use MS Word to create quality documents, by structuring and organizing content for their day to day technical and academic requirements
C209.2 Use MS EXCEL to perform data operations and analytics, record, retrieve data as per requirements and visualize data for ease of understanding
C209.3 Use MS PowerPoint to create high quality academic presentations by including common tables, charts, graphs, interlinking other elements, and using media objects.

SEMESTER IV 

C210 – APPLIED CHEMICAL ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS (PY3410)

C210.1 Understand the basic concepts, laws and different process related to chemical engineering thermodynamics.
C210.2 Identify the laws related to chemical engineering thermodynamics, thermodynamic principles, flow process and its thermodynamic application
C210.3 Understand the thermodynamic potential, its correlation and analyze and distinguish between ideal and non-ideal solution.
C210.4 Understand and demonstrate the activity coefficient and activity property of solution.
C210.5 Demonstrate the Chemical and phase equilibria equations
C210.6 Understand the interrelationships between different thermodynamic properties and become familiar with the Thermodynamic plots.

C211 – FLUID MECHANICS (PY3402)

C211.1 Understand the fluid properties, apply the knowledge and equipments to determine the pressure by different techniques.
C211.2 Ability to solve and analyze the mathematical model associated with physical fluid-flow system and its applications.
C211.3 Describe the different flow pattern in various fluid ducts like pipes and fittings
C211.4 Understand the fluid flow properties through solids and its application.
C211.5 Know the various transporting and metering devices of fluid flow in bulk pharmaceutical manufacturing and in chemical process.
C211.6 Understand the interrelationships between different fluid flow properties and become familiar with the graphs to utilize these properties during various manufacturing processes.

C212 – CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY (PY3403)

C212.1 Acquire knowledge on the structure and functions of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
C212.2 Illustrate an overview of nucleic acids and the central dogma of life and its significance.
C212.3 Employ the knowledge of DNA manipulation techniques in the production of commercially important recombinant proteins.
C212.4 Understand the concepts of PCR techniques and genome sequencing techniques in biotechnological applications.
C212.5 Apply the knowledge of genome analysis and genomics in disease diagnostics and therapy.
C212.6 Integrate knowledge of molecular biology principles for understanding of various disorders and genetic engineering principles for its diagnosis and therapy.

C213 – PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS (PY3404)

C213.1 Explain the methods used for determining particle size, particle volume and surface area along with the derived properties of powders.
C213.2 Differentiate the surface and interfacial phenomenon.
C213.3 Distinguish between Newtonian and non-Newtonian system and to identify methods for determining viscosity.
C213.4 Describe the types and properties of colloidal dispersions, suspensions and emulsions along with its applications.
C213.5 Understand drug reaction kinetics, stabilization of drugs and its accelerated stability testing.
C213.6 Apply the knowledge of physical properties of powders, liquids, colloidal and coarse dispersions in the design of pharmaceutical dosage forms.

C214 – PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS (PY3405)

C214.1 Highlight the sources of impurities and methods to determine the impurities in inorganic drugs and pharmaceuticals.
C214.2 Demonstrate the skills on various types of extraction techniques
C214.3 Develop skills on range of physical analytical methods
C214.4 Determine the chemical properties of pharmaceutical compound
C214.5 Control the errors in the analysis of drug sample
C214.6 Illustrate the methods used for quality control of drug samples.

C215 – ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AND SUSTAINABILITY (GE3451)

C215.1 To recognize and understand the functions of environment, ecosystems and biodiversity and their conservation.
C215.2 To identify the causes, effects of environmental pollution and natural disasters and contribute to the preventive measures in the society.
C215.3 To identify and apply the understanding of renewable and non-renewable resources and contribute to the sustainable measures to preserve them for future generations.
C215.4 To recognize the different goals of sustainable development and apply them for suitable technological advancement and societal development.
C215.5 To demonstrate the knowledge of sustainability practices and identify green materials, energy cycles and the role of sustainable urbanization.

C216 – PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY (PY3411)

C216.1 Apply safe laboratory practices in the preparation of reagents, handling and storage of chemicals.
C216.2 Identify/confirm the unknown organic compounds by melting point determination, pKa, boiling point, Viscosity etc.
C216.3 Carry out quality control tests for fine chemicals and bulk drugs.
C216.4 Implement the knowledge of chemistry in designing the synthetic scheme of organic compounds.
C216.5 Demonstrate feasible synthesis of some important class of drugs using chemical reactions.
C216.6 Develop the reaction mechanism and orientation of chemical bonds in the synthesis of major industrial compounds.

C217 – PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS LABORATORY (PY3412)

C217.1 Characterize and evaluate the properties of powders by suitable methods
C217.2 Plan and carryout the determination of interfacial property of liquids. .
C217.3 Plan and carryout the determination of viscosity,
C217.4 Plan and carryout the physical stability study of suspension and emulsion dosage forms..
C217.5 Plan and carryout the, preparation of buffer and to determine the buffer capacity and isotonicity of solutions
C217.6 Calculate the rate constant and order of reactions.

C218 – INDUSTRIAL TRAINING / INTERNSHIP I (PY3513)

C218.1 Plant layout, machinery, organizational structure and production processes in the firm or research facilities in the laboratory/research institute
C218.2 Analysis of industrial / research problems and their solutions
C218.3 Documenting of material specifications, machine and process parameters, testing parameters and results
C218.4 Preparing of Technical report and presentation
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