To be recognized as an excellent institute of pharmacy for its outstanding efforts to attain value based Pharmaceutical education, Health care, Research and technology of global standards enriched with quality contributing to national development.NGI is famous as the top B.pharm/pharmacy College in Gujarat

  • To impart knowledge, develop skills and competencies in students in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice.
  • To develop and advance the knowledge, attitude and skills of pharmacists and faculty member who can provide comprehensive pharmaceutical care to patients, improve patient outcomes, and meet societal needs for safe and effective drug therapy.
  • To develop, promote and nurture research activities pursuing advances in pharmaceutical sciences and pharmacy practice. Translating research into healthcare practice is a cornerstone of our mission.NGI is famous as the top B.pharm/pharmacy College in Gujarat
Course Objective
  • As per some review, in modern era, al human being lives longer and longer so in that case pharmacist have crucial role. Here we produce knowledgeable and refined pharmacy graduates in disseminating expertise in service aspect and pharmacy care. To provide solid scientific and technical knowledge required to prepare professionals capable of undertaking, with responsibility and professional qualification, the wide range of activities connected to research, elaboration, control and dispensation of pharmaceutical products, medicine, diet food, cosmetics, and other products for health care and illness relief or cure.
  • Pharmacists are professionals who partake in health teams. Graduates can work in the official area (research laboratories, hospitals, pharmaceutical offices, etc) as well as in the private sphere. Concerning the latter, working possibilities embrace diverse aspects and responsibilities, including the technical direction and headquarters of official pharmacies; hospital pharmacies and the industrial pharmaceuticals. Graduates are qualified to dispense medicine destined to prevent, diagnose and treat illnesses affecting human beings. They interact with professionals form the health team by providing advice on the appropriate and rational use of medicine, as well as on its correct administration for the prevention of addictions. In hospitals, pharmacists’ activities involve the dispensation of medicine in unitary doses and its administration as a form of participation in the patients’ evolution. Pharmacists are responsible for the sterilization area. Within the pharmaceutical industry, pharmacists can be technical directors and can partake in research, advising, production and commercialization. Pharmacists will be involved in managing the acquisition, upon admission, of medication histories for a majority of hospital inpatients with complex and high-risk medication regimens in 75% of hospitals. The medication therapy of a majority of hospital inpatients with complex and high-risk medication regimens will be monitored by a pharmacist in 100% of hospitals. In 70% of health systems providing clinic care, pharmacists will manage medication therapy for clinic patients with complex and high-risk medication regimens, in collaboration with other members of the health-care team.
Program Outcomes

After being awarded the Bachelor of Pharmacy (Honors), pharmacy graduates are expected to:

  • Serve with great manner and knowledge, innovative and possess leadership skill in pharmacy services.
  • Understand and perform the concepts learned and collaborate in various health disciplines and services, research and drug development industry.
  • Provide specialized pharmacy services, for example, in hospitals and clinical pharmacy, toward therapeutic drug usage and decrease in drug side effects.
  • Provide guidance and services to the community as well as healthcare providers relating to the latest development in pharmaceutical care.
  • Increase community health by sharing evidence-based information with the policy makers, health care providers and industrial personnel.
  • Communication Skills – The student shall read, write, speak, listen and use multimedia to communicate effectively. The student shall counsel and educate patients, as well as communicate with other health care professionals.
  • Critical Thinking – The student shall acquire, comprehend, apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information. The student shall integrate these abilities to identify, resolve, and prevent problems and make appropriate decisions. The student shall understand the research process.
  • Professional ethics and Responsibility – The student shall represent the profession in an ethical manner. The student shall identify, analyze and resolve ethical problems.
  • Social Interaction, Citizenship, Leadership, and Professionalism – The student shall demonstrate appropriate interpersonal behaviours. The student shall provide service to the profession, as well as the community. The student shall be proactive in collaborating with other health care professionals.
  • Life long Learning – The student shall continuously strive to expand his or her knowledge to maintain professional competence.
  • Information Management – The student shall apply technology to pharmacy practice and science. The student shall demonstrate the ability to interpret and evaluate data for the purpose of assessing the suitability, accuracy, and reliability of information from reference sources.
Head of Department
Faculty Profile
Industrial Visit
Academic Tour at Qureshi Baug & Nursery
By this visit students have some clarification of theoretical concepts, which are difficult in classroom until we understand practical knowledge of medicinal plants. Also student watched different medicinal plants those are used for manufacturing into pharmaceutical products.... Read More
Visit of B.A.M.S. Government Ayurvedic College, Junagadh at Noble Pharmacy College
The students of 2nd year B.A.M.S. Government Ayurvedic College, Junagadh had visited Noble Pharmacy College to gain the practical knowledge of Pharmacognosy (taught by professor of pharmacy – Mrs. Sheetal Buddhadev & Miss. Falguni Tank) and to attend expert lecture on Pharmacology by Dr. Santosh Kirtane (PhD in Pharmacology from Na... Read More
The industrial visit is conducted for student of 5th sermester student and 7th semester student to devloped the knowledge in the field of pharmacy in the different department like production , Research and development , Quality assurance, Packaging, and Quality Control department. Also this visit aware the student to actual life of Phar... Read More
Visit to Zydus Cadila Ahmedabad of semesters 6th & 8th in year 2014
The industrial visit is conducted for student of final( 8th) sermester student and 6th semester student to devloped the knowledge in the field of pharmacy in the different department like production , Research and development , Quality assurance, Packaging, and Quality Control department. Also this visit aware the student to actual life o... Read More
Lab Detail

Our department is equipped with more sufficient laboratories. All laboratories are as per the norm of PCI & AICTE. We having centre AC library for 24 hours reading purpose. We also provide the well trained lab expert and lab technician for all particular labs. Department also having compute Lab for the benefit of students.

The department have the number of labs including UV spectrophotometer, HPLC, Dissolution apparatus, Tablet compression machine, colorimetric system etc…

  • 40 Mbps of BSNL VPN connection.
  • Wi-Fi enables Campus.
  • Internet Lab.
  • Firewall enables Network for reliable and secure data.
  • Integrated ERP System for Students & Staff Management System (ERP Campus Care).
  • Fingerprint Monitoring Software (ARSwinpro)
  • Labs with more than sufficient apparatus
  • Labs with many raw material for practical purpose

And many more……


  1. Research Lab for P. G.
  2. Central Instrumentation Room
  3. Central Computer lab
  4. Machine Room
  5. Pharmaceutical Analysis
  6. Microbiology & Bio Technology
  7. Pharmaceutical Technology
  8. Pharmacology I
  9. Pharmacognosy
  10. Medicinal Chemistry
  11. Organic Chemistry
  12. Pharmacology II
  13. Pharmaceutics
  14. Pharmaceutical Engineering
  15. Animal House

And many more……

Results & Time Table
Sem 1

Time Table

Sem 2
Sem 3

Time Table

Sem 4
Sem 5

Time Table

Sem 6
Sem 7

Time Table

Sem 1
Sem 2
Sem 3
Sem 4
Sem 5
Sem 6
Sem 7
Sem 8
Teaching Scheme
Semester 1
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2210001UO – IUnit Operation I4307
2210002OC – IPharm Chem I (Inorganic Chemistry)4307
2210003PA – IPharmaceutical Analysis I4307
2210004HAPHuman Anatomy Physiology4307
2210005BCABasics of Computer Application2305

Semester 2
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2220001PPPhysical Pharmacy3306
2220002Ph. Chem IIPharmaceutical Chemistry II (Physical Chemistry)3306
2220003Ph. Ana IIPharmaceutical Analysis II4307
2220004HAPHuman Anatomy Physiology II4307
2220005BCA IIBasics of Computer Application II307
CPDContributor Personality Development404

Semester 3
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2230001DP I and DPSMDispensing Pharmacy I and Drug Store Management3306
2230002Ph EngPharmaceutical Engineering3306
2230003Ph Chem IIIPharmaceutical Chemistry III3306
2230004Ph Chem IVPharmaceutical Chemistry IV3306
2230005HECHHealth Education & Community Health3003
2230006Ph Colg IPharmacognosy I3306

Semester 4
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2240001UO IIUnit Operations II3306
2240002DP II & PIMDispensing Pharmacy II and Pharma Industrial Management3306
2240003Biochem IIPharmaceutical Chemistry V (Biochemistry II)3306
2240004OC IIPharmaceutical Chemistry VI (Organic Chemistry II)3306
2240005BCP & CPPBasic Concepts of Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy Practice3003
2240006Pharmacog IIPharmacognosy II3306

Semester 5
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2250001HCPHospital and Community Pharmacy3003
2250002Ph Mic & Bio IIPharmaceutical Microbiology & Biotechnology II3306
2250003Ph Ana IIPharmaceutical Analysis III3306
2250004Med Chem IPharmaceutical Chemistry VI (Medicinal Chemistry I)3306
2250005Ph CologyPharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics I3306
2250006PharmacogPharmacognosy III3306

Semester 6
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2260001FPForensic Pharmacy3003
2260002Ph Mic & Bio IIPharmaceutical Microbiology & Biotechnology II3306
2260003Ph Ana IVPharmaceutical Analysus IV3306
2260004Med Chem IIPharmaceutical Chemistry VII (Medical Chemistry II)3306
2260005Ph Cology IIPharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics II3306
2260006Pharmacog IVPharmacognosy IV3306

Semester 7
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2270001DFD IDosage form Design I3306
2270002Ph Techno IPharmaceutical Technology I3306
2270003Med Chem IIIPharmaceutical Chemistry IX (Medical Chemistry III)3306
2270004Ph Cology IIIPharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics III3306
2270005Ph Cogno VPharmacognosy V3306
2270014IPVInstrumental and Process Validation3003

Semester 8 (New Syllabus)
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredit
2280001DFD IIDosage Form Design
2280002Ph Techno IIPharmaceutical Technology II3306
2280003Med Chem IIIPharmaceutical
Chemistry X
(Medical Chemistry
Pharmacology and
– IV
2280005Ph Cogno VIPharmacognosy VI3306
Optional Subject3003

Contact (Departmental)


Prof. Ram Darshit

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