GPAT Syllabus 2017
All India Council for Technical Education is ready to organize a written exam for Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test. The department has declared GPAT Syllabus 2017 on its official site. Those contenders who have completed their online application in time may check the official portal for downloading the exam pattern before the exam date. Candidate’s stays connect with this page for getting the most detailed information about it.
A massive amount of applicants have submitted their online application in time and want to attend this employment exam. Contenders without wasting more time may check the full exam pattern of this examination from here and prepare for the examination according to the latest exam pattern and syllabus.
GPAT Exam Pattern 2017
· The features of Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) are:
· The exam is of Objective type i.e. it consists of Multiple Choice Questions.
· Duration of the exam is 3 hours (i.e. 180 minutes).
· In total, there will be 125 questions holding 500 marks.
· Each question carries four marks.
· For an incorrect answer, one mark will be reduced.
The Exam pattern for Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) is given below:
No. of Questions
180 minutes (i.e.3 hrs.)
GPAT Syllabus 2017
It is composed into four major sections namely:
- Pharmaceutical Chemistry
GPAT Exam Pharmaceutics Syllabus
Microbiology in Pharmacy
Pharmaceutical jurisprudence & Ethics
Introduction to Dispensing and Community Pharmacy
The Importance of unit operations in manufacturing
Dosages Forms, designing & evaluation
GPAT Exam Pharmaceutical Chemistry Syllabus
Inorganic Pharmaceutical & medicinal chemistry
Physical Chemistry and its importance in pharmacy
Organic Chemistry and its importance in pharmacy
GPAT Exam Pharmacology Syllabus
Pathophysiology of Common Diseases
Fundamentals of general pharmacology
Basic Concepts of Pharmacotherapy
GPAT Exam Pharmacognosy Syllabus
Sources of Drugs
Glycoside Containing Drugs
Alkaloid Containing Drugs
Studies of Traditional Drugs
GPAT Syllabus for General Techniques
General Techniques of Biosynthetic Studies
Basic Metabolic Pathways/Biogenesis
The role of plant-based drugs on the National economy
Applications of plant tissue culture in pharmacognosy