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NORTH MAHARASHTRA UNIVERSITY

(Introduced from June, 2009)


Ordinances Regulating Including Scheme and Syllabi relating to the Degree of B.TECH (COSMETIC) Degree Course
with effect from Academic Year (2009-2010)

Course Title : Bachelor of Technology (Cosmetic)

Abbreviation : B.Tech (Cosmetic)

Type of Course : A four year degree course divided into eight Semesters.

Pattern : Semester

Number of Years and Semester : Four Years divided into eight semesters with two
semesters per year.

Nomenclature of Semesters : The Schemes of examination and teaching for

1) Bachelor of Technology Part-I (Sem I & II) (Cosmetics)


2)Bachelor of Technology Part-II (Sem III & IV) (Cosmetics)
3)Bachelor of Technology Part-III (Sem V & VI) (Cosmetics)
4) Bachelor of Technology Part-IV (Sem VII & VIII)
(Cosmetics) with this Regulation.

Award of the Degree : Degree will be awarded for those passing in all the eight
semesters as per the rules and regulations given
subsequently.

Duration of Semester : Each Semester will be normally of 15 weeks duration


for class room teaching/ lecture and examination for that
semester will be held during or after the 16th week from the
commencement of the semester.
Definitions : 1. University means North Maharashtra University until
and otherwise specified.
2. The college/Institute- Any college affiliated to North
Maharashtra University, Jalgaon.
3. State Govt.: Govt. of Maharashtra
4. Admission Authority: as prescribed by North
Maharashtra University, Jalgaon.
5. Director / DTE – Directorate of Technical
Education, Maharashtra State

O B.Tech.1 Entry levels into the course, eligibility criteria, admission authority and procedures.
Admission authority and procedure at the entry levels into the course will be as per the directions of Government of
Maharashtra / Director of Technical Education prevailing at the time of admissions.
Entry levels into the course will be at the beginning of the Semester- I or at the beginning of the Semester -III.

O B.Tech.1.1 Eligibility Criteria for Admission at the entry level at Semester –I into the Course.

In order to secure admission to Semester –I of the Four year Degree Course in B.Tech (Cosmetics), the candidate
should fulfill the following eligibility criteria;
• Passed the Higher Secondary Certificate (Std. XII) Examination of the Maharashtra State Board of
Secondary and Higher Secondary Education, or its equivalent examination with
™ English as one of the subjects.
™ All the subjects mentioned under Group-I and
™ Any one of the subjects from Group-II

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Group-I: (all subjects from this group are compulsory)
1. Physics
2. Chemistry
Group-II: (any one of the subjects from this group)
1. Mathematics
2. Biology
3. Bio- Technology
4. Computer Sciences.
OR
Must have passed Diploma in Pharmacy or its equivalent examination by Board of Technical Education or equivalent
examination with not less than 50% of marks in the aggregate of all subjects taken together at the Final Year
Examination at one and the same sitting

O B.Tech. 1.2 Eligibility Criteria for Admission at the entry level of Semester-III (i.e. the first semester of Second Year
B. Tech. Cosmetics) into the Course
The candidate who has passed the final examination leading to the Diploma in Pharmacy conducted by the Board of
Technical Education, Maharashtra State or equivalent examination from the institute approved by the Pharmacy
Council of India (at part-II examination for the Diploma in Pharmacy Course) as per ER-91 (i.e. Post H.S.C. two year
Diploma Course) be held eligible for admission to Semester-III.

O B.Tech. 2 Examinations:

O B.Tech. 2.1 Examination conducting authority: North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon

O B.Tech. 2.2 Regular and Supplementary Examinations and time: (Tentative schedule) The University will decide
exact schedule on the basis of prevailing situation
Semester Regular Examination Supplementary Examination
I, III, V and VII (November/December) (April/May)
II, IV, VI and VIII (April/May) (November/December)

Duration of Examinations, Marks, etc. See examination scheme at Annexure

O B.Tech. 2.3 Criteria for admitting the candidate for examinations irrespective of regular or supplementary
examinations:

Candidate must have been admitted to the respective Semester as per the criteria for continuation into the respective
Semesters given in O. B. Tech. 3 and has kept the term for the Semester for which he is examined.

The candidate must submit prescribed application form along with fees.

Candidates must appear for the examination in the place and time as decided by the admitting Institute/ the University
as the case may be.

Candidate who has failed in a particular Semester or has ATKT will be allowed to appear for the same examination on
a new application being forwarded and a fresh fee paid.

Clarifications:
Candidate who has ATKT will appear for examinations in only those subject heads in which the candidate has failed
For all the cases, the candidate has to appear for examination in all those subject heads in which the candidate has
failed.

O B.Tech. 2.4 Periodic Tests:


To ensure uniform attention of the students of their work throughout each semester of their study, Periodic tests will be
conducted for each semester. Conducting authority shall be Institutes where candidate is admitted.

Number of tests:

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One periodic test will be conducted as per the examination scheme (See Annexure) for each semester. The students
who will either secure less than 40% mark in the test or unable to appear for the scheduled periodic test may be
permitted for the periodic test in the same semester only if approved by institutional examination committee and
paying fees as prescribed by the institution.

The institutional examination committee shall consist of Principal (Chairman), and four teachers nominated by the
Principal.
Time Schedule:
After completion of at least two thirds of the semester instruction weeks.

The Retest/ Improvement test/ or supplementary test for the periodic tests will be allowed for the failed candidates in
the University examination, if he/she is appearing forth University exam of that subject head. The Retest/ Improvement
test/ or supplementary test shall be carried by the respective institution and the marks obtained by the candidate shall
be forwarded to the University.

The institute conducting the course must submit the periodic test marks of the respective semester to the Controller of
Examinations in soft copy and printed before the commencement of theory or practical examination whichever is later.

O B.Tech. 3 Continuation into the subsequent semesters after the entry level semesters. The admitting authority will
be the individual institutes where the candidate has been admitted into the course, and the continuation will be as per
the criteria decided by the University for each semester.
The following criteria are applicable to all the candidates for continuation.

O B.Tech. 3.1 A candidate, to be eligible for the Degree will be required to pass examinations, as under:-

First year B.Tech.


Semester-I and Semester-II
Second year B.Tech.
Semester-III and Semester-IV
Third year B.Tech.
Semester-V and Semester-VI
Fourth year B.Tech.
Semester-VII and Semester-VIII

O B.Tech. 3.2
No candidate will be admitted to any examination unless he/she keeps term at a College affiliated to the University,
and produces, from the Principal of the College, testimonials of:
Satisfactory attendance at the theory, Practical and term work classes as prescribed.

O B.Tech. 3.3 – Promotion from odd semester to even semester in the same academic year-
a) A Candidate who fails in Semester - I examination of First Year B. Tech. will be allowed to keep term for his/her
Semester –II Examination, of First Year B. Tech.
b) A Candidate who fails in Semester – III examination of Second Year B. Tech. will be allowed to keep term for his/
her Semester – IV Examination of Second Year B. Tech.
c) A Candidate who fails in Semester – V examination of Third Year B. Tech. will be allowed to keep term for his/her
Semester – VI Examination of Third Year B. Tech.
d) A Candidate who fails in Semester – VII examination of Fourth Year B. Pharm. will be allowed to keep term for his
Semester – VIII Examination of Fourth Year B. Tech.

O B.Tech. 3.4- Promotion to subsequent academic year-


A candidate who fails in more than one third of total number of subjects taken together at Semester I and Semester II /
Semester III and Semester IV/Semester V and Semester VI course examination will not be permitted to keep terms in
the higher class viz. Semester III and Semester IV/Semester V and Semester VI/Semester VII and Semester VIII of B.
Tech. course examination respectively.

O B. Pharm. 3.5-Clarification of 3.3 and 3.4-


a) No candidate will be admitted to the Semester III course unless he/she passes his/her Semester I and Semester II
examination of B. Tech.

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OR
Passes in at least two third of total number of subjects at the Semester I and Semester II examination of B. Tech.. in
accordance with B. Tech. 3.4
b) No candidate will be admitted to the Semester V course unless he/she –
i) passes his/her Semester I and Semester II., Semester III and Semester IV Examinations of B. Tech.
OR
ii) passes his/her Semester I and Semester II examination of B. Tech. and fails in not more than One third of total
number of subjects at the Semester III and Semester IV Examinations of B. Tech. in accordance with O B. Tech.3.4:
c) No candidate will be admitted to the Semester VII course of B. Tech.. unless he/she

i) Passes his/her Semester I and Semester II., Semester III and Semester IV., Semester V and Semester VI
Examinations of B. Tech. examinations,
OR
ii) passes his/her Semester I and Semester II., Semester III and Semester IV Examinations of B. Tech. and fails in
not more than One third of total number of subjects at the Semester V and Semester VI Examinations of B. Tech. in
accordance with O B. Tech.3.4:
Allowed To Keep Terms (ATKT) rules.
Number of subjects: ATKT will be awarded to those who have failed in 1/3 subject head (33%) as described
in table given below
At the end of academic Total subject heads at the end of 33 % of total subjects (To nearest full digit)
year academic year. for ATKT
First Theory 05 + 05 = 10 03
Practical 04 + 04 = 08 02
Second Theory 05 + 05 = 10 03
Practical 04 + 04 = 08 02
Third Theory 05 + 05 = 10 03
Practical 04 + 04 = 08 02

O B.Tech.. 4 Marks, Criteria for passing and other conditions.


O B.Tech.. 4.1 Passing criteria for each subject head:
Maximum marks for each subject head and the minimum marks for passing in each of the subject head – See
Examination scheme given in Annexure.

No separate passing is required for periodic test and if the candidate remains absent for the test, the candidate will be
just treated as not appeared for the test securing zero marks. What so ever mark obtained by the candidate will be
added to the marks obtained by the candidate in University examination as shown in scheme of examination given in
Annexure.

In no circumstance previous marks will be considered. If a candidate’s application form for reappearing in the
examination in a subject head is accepted, and the candidate appear in the examination (Periodic test and Semester
examination) fresh marks will be considered.

O B.Tech..4.2 Passing of the semester.


Candidate will be considered as passed the semester only when the candidate passes in the entire subject heads as
prescribed for the semester see Annexure.

O B.Tech.. 4.3 Award of the degree and Class.

Degree will be awarded to the candidates who have passed all the eight semesters.

Class will be awarded on the basis of combined marks at the Semester-V to Semester VIII.

1. Those obtaining 50 per cent and above but below 60 per cent of the total marks
Second class per cent of the total marks
2. Those obtaining 60 per cent and above but below 70 First Class. per cent of the total marks
3. Those obtaining 70 per cent of the total marks and First Class with Distinction.

A student will be allowed to improve his/her class at B. Tech. by reappearing for the subjects (theory and/or practicals
of that examination) from VII or / and VIII Semesters of B. Tech. Course as per prevalent policy of University.
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O B.Tech. 4.4 With holding of results.
A candidate’s result will be with held under the following situations and of the respective Semester.
1. Withholding of result for not fulfilling passing criteria for advancement to subsequent classes-
Result of Semester IV will be with held if the candidate has not passed Semester–I and Semester II.

Result of Semester VI will be with held if the candidate has not passed Semester–III and Semester – IV.

Result of Semester VIII will be with held if the candidate has not passed Semester- Vand Semester-VI.
2. Withholding of result for failure to comply University rules-
The result of candidate shall be withhold if the candidate found guilty in malpractices during examinations and any
other failure to comply University rules and regulation as confirmed by appropriate body of University.

O B.Tech.. 4.6 Exemption to appear for the examination:

If a candidate has got ATKT, the candidate will be exempted for appearing the examination for those subject heads in
which the candidate has passed.

Any candidate who has passed in any subjects head is exempted for appearing the examination in that subject head.

O B.Tech.. 4.7 Every candidate shall be required to work for at least four weeks in a Cosmetic Industry after the
Semester- IV of the course of study, and shall submit satisfactory report of such work to the head of the institute. The
candidate should also submit one copy to the University for the Award of Degree along with convocation form. The
candidate may undergo practical training in parts, each constituting not less than two weeks.
O B.Tech.. 4.8 The Detailed Scheme of Examination and Syllabus for each semester-See Annexure.

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Annexure
Scheme of Examination for eight semesters of B. Tech. Course Name and number of heads of passing, number of
paper, duration of examination, maximum marks, minimum marks for passing, periodic tests, duration, maximum
marks,

Semester-I

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests

No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours
T111 Cosmetic Chemistry-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P111 Cosmetic Chemistry-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T112 Anatomy & Physiology 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P112 Anatomy & Physiology 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T113 Chemistry-I (Organic Chemistry-I) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P113 Chemistry-I (Organic Chemistry-I) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T114 Chemistry-II (Physical Chemistry –I) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P114 Chemistry-II (Physical Chemistry –I) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T115 Cosmetic & Medicinal agents from 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
natural sources- I
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

Semester-II

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests
No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours

T121 Cosmetic Chemistry-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40


P121 Cosmetic Chemistry-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T122 Chemistry-II (Organic Chemistry-II) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P122 Chemistry-II (Organic Chemistry-II) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T123 Chemistry-III (Physical Chemistry-II) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P123 Chemistry-III (Physical Chemistry-II) 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T124 Cosmetic & Medicinal Agents from 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Natural Sources-II
P124 Cosmetic & Medicinal Agents from 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Natural Sources-II
T125 Elementary Mathematics & Statistics 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

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Semester-III

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests

No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours
T231 Cosmetic Technology-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P231 Cosmetic Technology-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T232 Instrumental Methods of Analysis 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P232 Instrumental Methods of Analysis 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T233 Cosmetic Engineering-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P233 Cosmetic Engineering-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T234 Cosmetic & Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P234 Cosmetic & Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T235 Introductory Pharmacology & Toxicology 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

Semester-IV

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests
No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours
T241 Cosmetic Chemistry-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P241 Cosmetic Chemistry-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T242 Cosmetic Engineering-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P242 Cosmetic Engineering-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T243 Cosmetic & Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P243 Cosmetic & Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T244 Beauty culture-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P244 Beauty culture-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T245 Drug & Cosmetic Laws 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

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Semester-V

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests

No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours
T351 Perfumes & Colors-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P351 Perfumes & Colors-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T352 Cosmetic Technology-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P352 Cosmetic Technology-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T353 Physical Pharmacy-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P353 Physical Pharmacy-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T354 Cosmetic Engineering-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P354 Cosmetic Engineering-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T355 Pharmacology & Interactions 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

Semester-VI

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests
No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours
T361 Cosmetic Technology-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P361 Cosmetic Technology-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T362 Physical Pharmacy-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P362 Physical Pharmacy-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T363 Cosmetic Engineering-IV 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P363 Cosmetic Engineering-IV 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T364 Beauty Culture II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P364 Beauty Culture II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T365 Pharmacology & Interactions 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

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Semester-VII

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests

No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours
T471 Quality Assurance Techniques 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P471 Quality Assurance Techniques 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T472 Herbal Cosmetics-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P472 Herbal Cosmetics-I 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T473 Cosmetic Technology-IV 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P473 Cosmetic Technology-IV 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T474 Perfumes & Colors-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P474 Perfumes & Colors-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T475 Organization & Management of 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Industries-I
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

Semester-VIII

Teaching Scheme Examination Scheme


Sub Subject Semester Periodic

passing subject
Total Maximum
Code Examination tests
No. of Papers

Minimum for
Teaching
Scheme

subject
Maximum

Maximum
Duration

Duration
passing
(Hours)

Min for
marks

marks
Hours
T481 Herbal Cosmetics-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P481 Herbal Cosmetics-II 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T482 Cosmetic Technology-V 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P482 Cosmetic Technology-V 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T483 Perfumes & Colors-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P483 Perfumes & Colors-III 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T484 Plant Design 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
P484 Plant Design 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
T485 Organization & Management of 1 3 3 70 28 1.5 30 100 40
Industries-II
P480 Industrial Training Report and Grade: A/B/C
Project Report
Total Marks for the Semester: 900

Industrial Training Report and Project Report grade will be awarded as follow

Grade A : Excellent
Grade B : Good
Grade C : Poor

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The pattern for University theory examination question paper shall be as given below-

Scheme for Theory Examination:- Each Theory paper should be divided in 2 sections which should be
attempted in separate answersheet.

Sr..No. Head Marks distribution


Section –I
Q.1 Small Questions-Reasoning, Definition structures, Justifications ,Diagram 10
etc. ( Note:True false, match the pairs, fill in the blanks, MCQ should not be (2 mark X 5 Qs., out of 7 Qs.)
asked)
Q.2 Short answers type questions -5 marks 15
( 5 mark X 3 Qs., out of 5 Qs.)
Q.3 Long answers questions 10
(10 mark X 1 Qs., out of 2 Qs.)
Section –II
Small Questions-Reasoning, Definition structures, Justifications, Diagram 10
Q.4 etc.( Note :True false , match the pairs , fill in the blanks,MCQ should not (2 mark X 5 Qs., out of 7 Qs.)
be asked)
Q.5 Short answers type questions 15
( 5 mark X 3 Qs.,out of 5 Qs.)
Q.6 Long answers questions 10
( 10 mark X 1 Qs., out of 2 Qs.)
Total maximum marks for section I and II 70
Duration of examination 3hrs

Scheme for Practical Examination

Sr.No. Head Sessional Annual


1 Spotting / identification 04 10
2 Synopsis 04 10
3 Major experiment 07 30
4 Minor experiment 03 10
5 Viva 02 10
6 Journal and Attendance 10 -
Total Marks 30 70
Duration 03 Hrs 3 Hrs

OR
Sr.No. Head Sessional Annual
1 Synopsis 05 10
2 Major experiment 07 35
3 Minor experiment 04 15
4 Viva 04 10
5 Journal and Attendance 10 -
Total Marks 30 70
Duration 03 Hrs 3 Hrs

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PROPOSED SEMESTER SYLLABUS FOR B.TECH. (COSMETIC)
B.TECH. PART-I (COSMETICS)
SEMESTER I

T-111 COSMETIC CHEMISTRY-I

Duration: 3hrs/week
Total Hours: 45
Section-I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Limit tests, sources of impurities, limit test of chlorides, sulfates, lead, arsenic 7
and heavy metals.

2 Precipitation titration, Precipitation and complex forming reactions, 15


argentometric titrations, Gay-lusac and Volhard’s Mohr’s and Fujan’s method.
Mercuric nitrate titration

Number of Lectures 22

Section-II
3 Complexometric titration, concepts of complexation and chelation, co- 15
ordination number stability constant, titration curves, metal ion indicator,
masking and demasking agents, types of complexometric titrations.

4 Determination & singnificance of acid value, saponification value, lodine value, 8


ester values.

Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Text book of Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry by Beckette & Stentake.


2. Quantitative Inorganic analysis by I. Vogel

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P-111 COSMETIC CHEMISTRY-I

Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week

1. Standardization of volumetric apparatus.


2. Preparation of standard solutions.
3. Volumetric estimation involving acidimetry, Alkalimetry oxidation & reducation.
4. Preparation and stanardisation of Cerric ammounium sulphate and potassium and iodate, Assay based on
use of above agents.
5. Preparation and standardization of perchloric acid and sodium methoxide, Assay based on above.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Text book of Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry by Beckette & Stentake.


2. Quantitative Inorganic analysis by I. Vogel

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T-112 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Duration: 3 hrs/week
Total Hours: 45
Section-I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Cell Structure 3

2 Elementary Tissues of body 4


i. Epithelial Tissues
ii. Connective Tissues
iii. Nervous Tissue
iv. Muscular Tissue

3 Blood 10
v. Composition and function
vi. Blood groups
vii. Co-agulation of Blood
viii. Disorders of Blood

4 Temp. conservation, temp. and heat balance of body 3

Number of Lectures 20

Section-II
1 Detail knowledge of structure and function of 20
ix. Skin and its appendages (baby skin, adult skin)
i. Anatomy and physiology
ii. Function in details
iii. Sweat gland & sebaceous gland
iv. Keratinisation
v. Colour & Pigmentation
x. Eye
xi. Hair
xii. Nails
xiii. Tooth
2 Endocrine glands and Hormones 05
Number of Lectures 25
Total number of Lectures 45

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
1. Best and Taylor – The Living Body
2. Kimber and Gray – Human Physiology and Anatomy
3. Fransis – Introduction to Human Anatomy
4. Winwood
5. Ross & Wilson

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P-112 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week


1. Study with the help of charts and models of –
a) Cardiovascular system
b) Nervous system
c) Digestive system
d) Eye
e) Skin
f) Hair

2. Determination of clotting time.


3. Determination of bleeding time
4. Study with the help of charts and models of –
a) Cardiovascular system
b) Nervous system
c) Digestive system
d) Eye
e) Skin
f) Hair

5. Determination of clotting time.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Best and Taylor – The Living Body


2. Kimber and Gray – Human Physiology and Anatomy
3. Fransis – Introduction to Human Anatomy
4. Winwood
5. Ross & Wilson

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T-113 CHEMISTRY-I (Organic Chemistry-I)

Duration: 3 hrs/week Total Hours: 45


Section-I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Hydrocarbon (Saturated): 06
Alkanes, Tetrahedral nature of carbon, SP3 hybridisation,
Preparation and reaction of Alkanes, isomerism, liquid paraffin, hard
paraffin, cycloalkanes.

2 Hydrocarbon (Unsaturated) 06
Alkanes SP2 hybridisation, preparation of alkenes, properties and
chemical reaction, Markovnis Koft’s Rules, Cis-trans isomerism,
Dienes, Alkynes, SP-hybridisation, preparation, properties, reactions
off acetylene.

3 Ketones: 05
Definition and nomenclature, preparation properties and chemical
reaction of aldehyde and ketones, Polymerisation of formaldehyde
4 Aldehydes: 05
Definition and nomenclature, preparation properties and chemical
reaction of aldehyde and ketones, Polymerisation of formaldehyde
Number of Lectures 22

Section-II
5 Carboxylic Acid-classification, structure, preparation and chemical of 06
monocarboxylic Acid.

6 Hylohydrocarbon 05
Preparation and Reaction of alkyl halide and Grignard reagents and
chloroform.
7 Amines: 06
Preparation and classification, properties and reactions of
Quaternary Ammonium salt.
8 Ethers 06
Definition, preparation, properties and Reactions of ether-dietyl ether,
anaesthetic ether, thioether and vinyl ethers.
Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:
1. Text Book of Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd.
2. L. M. Atherdon, Bentley and Driver’s Text Books of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Oxford Uni. Press, London

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P-113 CHEMISTRY-I (Organic Chemistry-I)

Duration- 3Hrs/ Week


Organic Preparation Based on:
i) Acetylation
ii) Hydrolysis
iii) Nitration
iv) Preparation of Aspirin
v) Condensation

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Text Book of Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd.


2. L. M. Atherdon, Bentley and Driver’s Text Books of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Oxford Uni. Press, London

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T-114 CHEMISTRY-II (Physical Chemistry-I)

Total Hours = 45

Section I

Topic Hours
Sr.No.
Thermochemistry – Laws of thermochemistry, heat of reaction at constant 07
1 volume and constant pressure, Heat of formation, combustion,
neutralization and hydrogenation

2 2. Physical prop. Of liquids and molecules 08


i) Surface tention
ii) Viscosity
iii) Intermolecular forces and it’s impact on states of
matter, various physical properties of matter.

3 3. Osmotic pressure, osmosis, semi-permeable membrane, 08


Osmotic pressure measurement, laws of osmotic pressure,
Molecular wt. calculation, isotonic solution.

Number of Lectures = 23
Section II
Topic Hours
Sr.No.
4. Faraday’s laws of electolysis, conductivity of solutions, 15
1 equivalent conductivity and its determination, priciples of
conductance titration.

5. E.M.F. of Galvanic cell, Std. Oxi. Potential of an electrode, galss, 12


2 calomel, redox electrode, Priciples of potentionetric titration.

Number of lectures = 22
Total Number of Lectures = 45
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. A. N. Matrin – Physical Pharmacy


2. Glastone – Elements of Physical Chemistry
3. A. J. Mee – Physical Chemistry
4. Vogel – Quantitative Inorganic Analysis

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P-114 CHEMISTRY-II: (Physical Chemistry-I)

Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week

1. Study of Surface Tension of liquids using a Stalagnometer


2. Study of Viscosity of liquids using Ostwald’s Viscometer
3. Study of variation of Viscosity of liquid mixtures using an Ostwald’s Viscometer and use it to determine the
concentration of such mixtures
4. Study the Phenol-Water two phase system and determine the critical temperature of the system.
5. Determine the Molecular weight of a nonvolatile compound by the Rast’s Camphor method
6. Study the dissociation of an electrolyte by the Landsberger’s method.
7. Study of the EMF of cells and construction of a standard cell.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. A. N. Matrin – Physical Pharmacy


2. Glastone – Elements of Physical Chemistry
3. A. J. Mee – Physical Chemistry
4. Vogel – Quantitative Inorganic Analysis

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T-115 COSMETIC & MEDICINAL AGENTS FROM NATURAL SOURCES-I

Section I
Sr.No. Topic Hours

1 Different systems of classification of drugs natural origin, their merits & 07


demerits

Study of Mineral ingredients Kaolin, bentonite, Talc fuller’s earth, 07


2 veegam.

Study of the following with reference to their source, charaters, 09


Phytochemistry, chemical constituents, identification test & cosmetic
3 uses.
Carbohydrate – Starches, Agar, Gum Acacia, Tragacanth, Guargum,
Pectin, Cellulose, cotton

Number of Lectures = 23
Section II

Sr.No. Hours
Topic
History, development and role of natural product in cosmetics & 10
1 medicine.

Balsums and Resins, their types and study of the following – Balsums 12
of Tolu, Balsums of Peru, Benzoin, Storax, Colophony, Asafoetida.
2

Number of Lectures = 22

Total Number of Lectures = 45


BOOKS:
1. Text book of Pharmacognosy – Trease and Evan’s
2. Pharmacognosy – By Claus and Tayler
3. Text book of Pharmacognosy – T.E. Wallis
4. Materica Medica – By Nadkarni
5. Wealth of India – CSIR

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SEMESTER II

T-121 COSMETIC CHEMISTRY-II

Duration: 3 hrs/week
Total Hours: 45
Section-I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 Acid-Base titrations. 02
2 Oxidation, Reduction titrations. Nernst eq: calculation of std. 18
potential, Oxidatopm Reduction curves, redox indicators, ceric
ammonium sulfate, titanous chloride, 2-6 dichlor phenol indo phenol
titration, their theory and applications.

3 Theoretical basis off qualitative inorganic analysis. 03

Number of Lectures 23

Section-II
1 Non-aq titration-theoretical consideration scope and limitations, Acid- 10
base quilibrian in non-aq, media, titration of weak acid and weak
bases-indicators used.

2 Gravimetric analysis. Quantitive separation, solubility product. 12


Fractional precipitation, CO- & post precipitation, Practical aspects of
gravimetry.

Number of Lectures 22
Total number of Lectures 45

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Text book of Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry by Beckette & Stentake.


2. Quantitative Inorganic analysis by I. Vogel

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P-121 COSMETIC CHEMISTRY-II

Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week

1. Preparation and standardization of sodium EDTA. Assay based on EDTA.


2. Preparation and standardization of silver nitrate and ammonium thiocynate. Assay based on above.
3. Gravimetric Analysis
4. Experiments based on limit tests of chlorides, Arsenic, iron, sulphate & heavy metals.
5. Practical Significance of M.S.D.S.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

1. Text book of Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry by Beckette & Stentake.


2. Quantitative Inorganic analysis by I. Vogel

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T-122 CHEMISTRY-II (Organic Chemistry-II)

Duration: 3 hrs/week
Total Hours: 45

Section-I
Sr.No. Topic Hours
1 1. Classification nomenclature, functional groups and elementary 04
stereochemistry of Organic compounds.

2 2. Alcohols – Definition, classification, preparation, properties and 06


chemical reaction of Alcohols, Fermentation, Manufacture of
ethy alcohol, proof spirit, denatured alcohol, glycol and glycerol.

3 3. Carboxylic Acid and derivatives: Structure, acid halides, acid 06


anhydride, acid amides, esters, esterification, Ethyl acetate,
Sodium Lauryl sulphate.

4 4. Benzene and other aromatic compounds:


i. Benzene Resonance and structure – o – p & meta directing
effect. Reaction Electrophilic & nucleophilic.
ii. Aromatic nitro compound (nitrobenzenes), Preparation and
properties, substitution, addition and oxidation.
iii. Aromatic amines (Aniline) – Preparation & Properties.
iv. Aromatic carboxylic acids (Benzoic and cinnamic acid)
v. Phenols
vi. Salicylic acid

Number of Lectures 21

Section-II
1 Fused Ring hydrocarbons: Nomenclature and Classification of 06
different fused ring system (Napthalene, phenantherene, anthracene
and steroid skeleton)

2 Fats and Oils: Definition, uses, properties and analysis of facts and 06
oils. Their applications in cosmetics.
3 Proteins and Amino Acids: Proteins, polypeptides, Amino Acids, 06
definition, hydrolysis, peptides, qualitative test and color reaction,
essential amino acid.

4 Carbohydrates and Glucosides: Classification and Qualitative test, 05


structure of Glucose, lactose (Excluding derivation)

5 Alkaloids: General Introduction and Classification

Number of Lectures 23
Total number of Lectures 45

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Text Book of Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd.


2. L. M. Atherdon, Bentley and Driver’s Text Books of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Oxford Uni. Press, London

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P-122 CHEMISTRY-II (Organic Chemistry II)

Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week

Systematic Organic analysis of unknown organic powder (i.e. preliminary test, detection of elements, groups,
determination off physical constant and specific tests) and preparation of derivation

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Text Book of Organic Chemistry by Morrison and Boyd.


2. L. M. Atherdon, Bentley and Driver’s Text Books of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Oxford Uni. Press, London

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T-123 CHEMISTRY-III (Physical Chemistry II)
Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week

Section I
Sr. No. Topic Hours

Phase Rules: Phase rule, the terms involved and applications i.e. water and 08
1 sulphur system, eutectic diagram and 2 component systems.

Solutions, Raoult’s law, and it’s application, Molecular weight determination 07


2 by measuring vapour pressure, Boiling Pt. & freezing point.

3 Law of mass action, Le-Chatelier principles, Homogeneous gaseous 08


equilibria and Homogeneous equilibria in liquid system.

Number of Lectures = 23

Section II
Topic Hours
Sr.No.
Chemical Kinetics, 1st and 2nd order reaction and some methods of 12
determination.
1

2 pH metry pH and hydrogen ion concentration, care in aqueous system, pH 10


calculation for weak acids and weak bases. Buffers and buffer capacity

Number of Lectures = 22
Total Number of Lectures = 45
BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. A. N. Matrin – Physical Pharmacy


2. Glastone – Elements of Physical Chemistry
3. A. J. Mee – Physical Chemistry
4. Vogel – Quantitative Inorganic Analysis

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P-123 CHEMISTRY-III: (Physical Chemistry II)

Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week

1. Study of Partition of lodine between Carbon Tetrachloride and Water and determine the partition coefficient of
lodine between the two solvents.
2. Study of first order kinetics of the hydrolysis of Methyl acetate in an acid medium
3. Study the second order kinetics of the reaction of K2S2O8 with Kl.
4. Study the temporary hardness of water
5. Study the total hardness of water.
6. Study of Buffer solutions and hence determine the pH of buffer solutions using a comparator.
7. Study the heat of solution of a salt in water.
8. Study the heat of neutralization of a strong acid by a strong base using a calorimeter.

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. A. N. Martin – Physical Pharmacy


2. Glastone – Elements of Physical Chemistry
3. A. J. Mee – Physical Chemistry
4. Vogel – Quantitative Inorganic Analysis

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T-124 COSMETIC & MEDICINAL AGENTS FROM NATURAL SOURCES-II

Hrs./week = 03
Total Hours = 45
Section I
Sr.No. Topic Hours

Adulteration of Natural Products: Qualitative and quantitative methods 07


1 of detection of adulteration.

2 Study of the following with reference to their source, characters, 15


Phytochemistry, chemical constituents, identification test & cosmetic
uses.
a. Lipids – A study of castor oil, linseed oil, Olive Oil,
Arachis Oil, Seasame Oil, Coconut Oil, Chaulmoogra
Oil, Shark Liver Oil, Kokum Butter, Lanolin, Bees wax.
b. Wheat germ oil, Jojiba Oil, Rice bran Oil, Supermaceti

Number of Lectures = 22
Section II

Sr. No. Topic Hours

Herbs description and Morphology of organized and unorganized Herbs 08


1

Balsums and Resins, their types and study of the following – Balsums 15
2 of Tolu, Balsums of Peru, Benzoin, Storax, Colophony, Asafoetida.

Number of Lectures = 23
Total Number of Lectures =45
BOOKS:

1. Text book of Pharmacognosy – Trease and Evan’s


2. Pharmacognosy – By Claus and Tayler
3. Text book of Pharmacognosy – T.E. Wallis
4. Materia Medica – By Nadkarni
5. Wealth off India – CSIR

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P-124 COSMETIC & MEDICINAL AGENTS FROM NATURAL SOURCES-II

Duration- 3 Hrs/ Week


A. Organoleptic study of:

a) Tolu Balsum
b) Peru Balsum
c) Benzoin
d) Storax
e) Colophony
f) Asafoetida

B. Organoloptic study and identification of following tannin containing agents:

a) Black Catechu
b) Nutmeg
c) Amla
d) Behara
e) Hirada
f) Ashoka Bark
g) Anjuna Bark

C. Detection of Adultration in Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Almond Oil

BOOKS:

1. Text book of Pharmacognosy – Trease and Evan’s


2. Pharmacognosy – By Claus and Tayler
3. Text book of Pharmacognosy – T.E. Wallis
4. Materia Medica – By Nadkarni
5. Wealth off India – CSIR

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T-125 ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS

Duration: 3 hrs/week
Total Hours: 45
Section I

Sr.No. Topic Hours

Algebra: Complex quantities, quadratic equations, equation when the 07


1 roots are given, condition that the roots of quadratic
equations are reciprocal.

2 Trigonomety: Measure of an angle, degree and radians, trigonometrical 15


ratios and their of (11/12-……..) etc. identities for the ratios of (A-B) for
Sin A, Cos B etc., Simple problem on heights and distances.

Number of Lectures = 22
Section II

Sr. No. Topic Hours

Statistics: Frequency distribution, Histogram, Accumulation distribution 23


1 curve, measures of central tendency, mean, median and mode. Mean
deviation and standard deviation, correlation and coefficient of correct
and coefficient of correlation. ANOVA Testing.
Number of Lectures = 23
Total Number of Lectures= 45

BOOKS RECOMMENDED:

1. Higher Engineering Mathematics by B.S. Grewal (Unit I, III, V)


2. Higher Algebra by Hall and Knight (Unit I)
3. Plane Trigonometry Part I by S.L. Loney (Unit II)

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