Humanitarian Sciences

Humanitarian Sciences

Humanitarian Sciences include subjects such as Remedial Biology, Remedial Mathematics, Communication Skills, Computer Applications, and Environmental Sciences are considered non-occasional subjects in the pharmacy program.

To help students grasp these subjects better, the management of Malla Reddy College of Pharmacy has selected different staff to teach them.


  • The goal is to transform this institution into a comprehensive, participatory learning centre where rural students can receive instruction to help them become competitive.
  • To cultivate in students a sense of solidarity and national cohesion.
  • To inspire educators to delve into uncharted territory for study.
  • Aspiring students from all societal strata should have equitable access to education.


  • Giving kids access to the highest caliber education available in a setting that fosters personal development in addition to intellectual advancement in order to shape their personalities.
  • Offering a supportive and encouraging atmosphere that promotes students’ overall growth.
  • Providing a solid foundation in the basics.
  • Developing critical thinking abilities and cultivating diligent minds to serve the country and community.

Malla Reddy College of Pharmacy

Dr. M Sudhakar, M Pharm, PhD

Principal & Professor

Maisammaguda, Dhullapally, Secunderabad, 500100

+91 9348161224

Mon – Sat 9:30A.M. – 4:00P.M.

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Remedial Biology

For students with an M.P.C. background, there is a remedial biology course. Teaching pupils a thorough understanding of biology is the subject’s primary goal. Learning about and comprehending the elements of the living world, as well as the composition and workings of the kingdoms of plants and animals, is the aim of this study. Introduction and specifics concerning Botany and Zoology (Biology) are covered in this course. Botany is the study of plants, while Zoology is the study of animals. This course is limited to first semester in first years, with a final theory paper worth 50 marks and a final practical paper worth 25 marks. The topics covered in the theoretical course include the following: the living world; morphology of flowering plants; body fluids and circulations; digestion and absorption; breathing and Breathing, Excretory Substances and Their Removal, Comprehensive Plant Explanation, Human Reproduction, and Neural Control and Coordination. The practical portion of the assignment should be completed in the lab and cover topics such as an overview of biology experiments, the study of cells and their inclusions, microscopic examination and identification of tissues relevant to each part of the plant, including the stem, root, leaf, seed, fruit, flower, and their modifications, a thorough examination of the frog using computer models, bone identification, blood group determination, blood pressure measurement, and tidal volume.

Communication Skills

All students enrolled in first semester courses are required to take the Communication Skills course. The young pharmacy student will be more equipped to communicate with medical professionals such as nurses, doctors, dentists, physiotherapists, and others after taking this course. The final theory paper for this subject is worth 50 marks, and the final practical paper is worth 25 marks. By the time this course ends, the student will have acquired the soft skills necessary to collaborate well with others and contribute to the pharmaceutical industry. Knowledge about Communication Skills, Communication Barriers, and Perspectives in Communication, Communication Elements, Communication Styles, Basic Listening Skills, Effective Written Communication, Writing Effectively, Interview Skills, Presentation Skills, and Group Discussions are provided by the theory subject. The following learning modules are included in the practical subject, which will be conducted utilizing English language lab software. Meeting people, enquiring, forming friendships, pronouncing nouns correctly, listening comprehension, direct and indirect speech, figures of speech, effective communication, writing skills, handling interviews, proper email etiquette, and presentation abilities are all important life skills.

Computer Applications

All second semester students are required to take the course Communication Skills. This course covers database utilization, database management systems, computer applications in clinical research, and database introduction. This topic has a final theory paper for 75 marks and a final practical paper worth 25 marks. The student will be able to identify the several ways that computers and databases are used, as well as how they are used in pharmacy, after completing the course.  Number systems, information systems and software ideas, web technologies, bioinformatics, computers as data analysts in preclinical development, and computer applications in pharmacy are some of the topics covered in the theoretical course. Topics like these are included in the practical subjects that will be conducted in the computer lab: Creating a questionnaire with a word processing programmer to collect data on a specific illness, to display personal information, create an HTML webpage. Use internet resources to find out about a medication and its side effects. Making labels for mailing Using MS Word to create a label with the Label Wizard, to save patient data with the necessary fields, create a database in Microsoft Access. Making use of access Create a form in MS Access so that users may see, add, remove, and change their patient records in the database. producing a report and printing it from the patient database, Using Microsoft Access to create an invoice table drug data storage and retrieval using Microsoft Access Formulating and manipulating queries in Microsoft Access, Exporting reports, forms, queries, and tables to websites exporting to XML pages from tables, queries, forms, and reports. This could come in handy for upcoming topics.

Environmental Sciences

All students enrolled in the second semester will take the course Communication Skills. 75 marks are assigned for this subject in the final theory paper. The scientific investigation of the environmental system and the state of any induced or inherent alterations on organisms. It covers not only the biological and physical characteristics of the environment but also its social and cultural context and how humans affect it. The goal is for the student to be able to after the course Students should be made aware of environmental issues, given a foundational understanding of the environment and related issues, encouraged to take part in environmental protection and improvement, and given the opportunity to acquire skills aims to achieve balance with nature and assists those who care about the environment in recognizing and resolving environmental issues. The subject provides knowledge on subjects like Natural Resources and Related Problems, The Multidisciplinary Nature of Environmental Studies, The resources classified as non-renewable and renewable include land, water, minerals, food, energy, and forests. The personal responsibility for preserving natural resources. An ecosystem’s concept, structure, and function (including those of forests, grasslands, deserts, and aquatic environments), as well as environmental contamination (such as air, water, and soil pollution).