Department of Pharmacology is one of the five basic sciences departments in the medical graduation course which is concerned with the study of drugs. As we all know that the use of drugs or medicines is one of the principal ways of combating disease, therefore a good physician has to be a good pharmacologist and it becomes mandatory to find out “how the drugs work” and “how they can best be used in the treatment of various diseases”. Today the maximum information explosion has taken place in the field of mainly pharmacology and biochemistry and Pharmacology has become a volatile subject with rapidly changing concepts of treatment. Drugs of choice till few years ago are rapidly changing, being considered taboo now days. Therefore, department of Pharmacology is concerned with  the basic fundamentals and thorough knowledge of drugs or medicines, such as various routes of administration, mechanisms of action, their biological effects, pharmacokinetics, adverse drug reactions, therapeutic uses and dosage schedules. It is also concerned with recent advances of various diseases through the development of new and successful drugs which requires advances and insights generated by scientific research.

The course content of the Pharmacology is as per the regulations, prescribed by the Medical Council of India and MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly. Pharmacology course is taught in three semesters of six months each, in form of didactic lectures, practical, tutorials, seminars and demonstrations.

Laboratory sessions of Pharmacology curriculum, for undergraduates have undergone a significant change in the current year. Animal experimentation (isolated tissue experiments) have been minimised in the form of demonstrations only. These have been replaced by computer-simulated exercises. Regarding the pharmacy lab, besides the conventional practical classes, prescription writing, and dose calculation exercises, therapeutic and drug interaction exercises are also included in the course.


Department Research Lab

Department has its own Departmental Research Laboratory of 50 Sq.m for research purposes.

Department Library

Department has it own "Departmental Library-cum-Seminar Room" of 30 sq.m with 80-100 books

Museum - Pharmacology

The purpose of the museum is to collect, preserve, interpret, and display the items of medical and scientific significance for disseminating medical knowledge to the to medical professionals as well as general public.

Department has a museum of 125sq.mt. with the seating capacity of 40 students. Museum consists of separate sections for History of Medicine depicted in form of photographs of scientists. Another section of museum has specimens of Herbal & crude drugs, laminated charts of medicinal plants and the others representing mechanism of drugs, various drug delivery systems and the drug samples which has been arranged system wise.

Demonstration Rooms

RMRI is adopting best practices for tutorials/demonstrations. Department has two demonstration rooms of 60 Sq.M & 75 seating capacity each fitted with strip chairs, over head projector, slide projector, & other audio-visual aids. 

Lecture Theatre

The Institute has state-of-the-art air conditioned lecture rooms that are designed spaciously to accommodate the students at a time. All the lecture rooms are facilitated with audio visual equipments including LCD projectors, slide projectors, microphones, etc. Apart from the lecture rooms, all the departments have seminar/demonstration rooms with audio-visual aids. Digital IP cameras are installed to record live lectures, which are converted into digital format for the provision of E-learning. Multi-purpose halls are designed for conducting exams. These halls are well equipped with surveillance system to monitor the students during examination.

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