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Departments

Welcome to the department of Pharmaceutics

Vision

The vision is to provide a great advantage in a supportive and caring environment to improve the pharmaceutical expertise through education, research and service in which professional and ethical practice achievements are improved.

Objectives
The Department of Pharmaceutics has the primary mission, in collaboration with the Institute, to prepare students in a changing profession for lifelong learning and career.

The Pharmaceutical Department is strengthening its mission by playing an active role in the provision, conclusion and study of pharmaceutical care services it shares with others in the health care sector.

In order to fulfil the present and future pharmaceutical needs of pharmaceutics in all areas of pharmaceutical industry, pharmaceuticals / retail, hospital, industrial and research development, the Department of pharmaceutical services aims to achieve excellence pharmacist training and training for pharmaceutical graduates

The pharmaceutical department is devoted to preparing highly skilled graduates capable of applying the pharmacy practice to global standards and conducting innovative basic and applying pharmaceutical research and science studies.

Pharmaceutical studies are the relation between the formulation of the drug, delivery, disposition, and chemical reaction. For many years, research has been underway in the area.

Major Instruments/equipment’s available
Fluidized Bed Dryer (FBD)
Tablet Machine (Automatic)
Hand Operated Tablet Punching Machine (Single Punch)
Tablet Coating Apparatus.
Ball mill
Double Cone V Blender
Brookfield viscometer
USP Dissolution Apparatus
Single Chamber Dissolution Apparatus
Franz Diffusion cell
Tablet Hardness Tester
Tablet Disintegration Apparatus
Sieve Shaker
Bulk Density testing Apparatus
Rapid mixer Granulator

The Department of Pharmaceutics strive to become a centre of quality in academic circles, research and drug development with the goal of mounting novel drug delivery systems with cost effectual for efficient medication fulfilment. We offer a training environment which includes newer formulation laboratory instrumentation and technologies monitored by our experienced and dedicated staffs. The department is well equipped for both teaching and research activities. Academic and research excellence is achieved by altering curriculum, syllabus and pedagogy to meet the present necessities of pharmaceutical Industries, academics and regulatory bodies.

Welcome to the department of Pharmacology

Vision
To produce competent pharmacologists to meet the needs of the industry and research organizations, drug discovery research, this demands careful and critical evaluation of biological activities

Objectives
Training students in the skills needed to establish drug action, drug action mechanisms, potential pharmacological effects, toxicological effects, molecular interactions, animal health care and maintenance, etc. By providing quality education that effectively integrates critical thinking, problem solving, and leadership skills, the department strives towards our vision.

Major Instruments/equipment’s available
Auto analyser
Student Kymographs
Plethysmometer
Actophotometer
Eddy’s Hot plate
Rota rod apparatus
Y-Maize & Plus Maize
Research Centrifuge
Analgesiometer

The Department of Pharmacology is an Important and Integral part of Pharmacy. The department has well equipped laboratory with sophisticated Instruments for conducting Pharmacology and Anatomy Physiology & Health Education Practical’s and also carrying out Research projects. The department goal is to prepare and produce highly knowledgeable and outstanding students for dynamic and successful careers in Pharmaceutical industry, Academics, R&D, Healthcare and Public sectors.

Welcome to the department of Pharmaceutical Analysis

Vision
Produce a competent pharmaceutical analyst to meet the Pharmaceutical Industries' requirements in terms of analysis, quality control of materials (raw and finished), standards and compliance with regulatory bodies, and provide Pharmaceutical Industry with quality assurance for the production of either formulations or bulk drugs.

Objectives
Develop ability to work on modern analytical methods, tools, analytical method development, validation, analytical research and achieve global standards in pharmaceutical industries.

Special equipment’s
Waters High Performance Liquid Chromatography with UV Detector
Elico-UV-Visible Spectrophotometer
Photo-Fluorimeter
Nepheloturbidimeter
IR moisture balance
Analytical balances of varying sensitivities
Refractometer
Polarimeter
Conductivity meter
Ph meter
Potentiometer

Pharmaceutical analysis department is actively involved in imparting quality education to the students, to train them in analytical skills and preparing them for industrial carriers. This laboratory equipped with all the modern equipment for Instrumental methods of analysis. Special emphasis is laid on the implementation of good laboratory practices and analytical skills. The department focuses on handling and training on the use of modern analytical techniques for the graduate students. The Department has collaborated with various consultancies for doing projects in UV, FTIR and HPLC based analytical method development and validation.

Welcome to the department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Vision
The Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry vision is to further the chemistry by providing students with quality, research and services, with high levels of excellence in each of three fields, through the training of undergraduate students, and to produce students who are experts in pharmaceutical chemistry and can think critically.

Objectives
To provide sufficient education in the field of pharmaceutical chemistry for graduates and postgraduates.
Implement new pharmaceutical chemistry procedures.
To achieve better pharmaceutical care by synthesizing new molecules of drugs with better therapeutic effectiveness.
Special equipment’s
Waters High Performance Liquid Chromatography with UV Detector
Elico-UV-Visible Spectrophotometer
Photo-Fluorimeter
Nepheloturbidimeter
IR moisture balance
Analytical balances of varying sensitivities
Refractometer
Polarimeter
Conductivity meter
Ph meter
Potentiometer

The subject of Pharmaceutical Chemistry plays a vital role in grooming a student into a true Pharma Professional. A deep knowledge on the design of Newer Chemical Entities, their molecular and bio-isosteric modifications developed to target drugs to the specific targets, elucidation and characterization of compounds, isolation of a bioactive compound from various natural products, QSAR, Docking, combinatorial and microwave techniques are extremely interesting and innovative.

Welcome to the department of Pharmacognosy

Objectives
The universal role of biologically based pharmaceuticals in the treatment of disease is illustrated by their use in all major medical systems. Pharmacognosy is a specific discipline that deals with rapid development in knowledge and use in human and vertenary purposes of biological medicinal substances (plants, microorganisms and animal products). This topic gives information about the principles and procedures used to identify, authenticate, extract, isolate active ingredients by chromatography, purify and develop herbal formulations and testing processes for isolated components.

An insight into activities
The students and the departmental faculty conduct organized research to isolate and estimate different active components from herbal medicines. The department provides UG students with a quality training to develop practices for morphological and microscopic identification of the drug.

The different fields within today's pharmacognosy include

Medical Ethnobotany: study of the traditional use of plants in the society.

Ethnopharmacology:study of the bio-pharmacological evaluation of traditionally used natural drugs.

Phytotherapy: study of effect of extracts from medicinal plants.

Photochemistry or natural product chemistry: a field closely related to organic chemistry, studying the chemical composition of living organisms.

Plants as the major source of the natural products have played vital roles in providing both food and drug materials. The aim and objective of the courses given by the department is to acquaint the students with the basic knowledge of the natural products. Students engaged in pharmacy and in other health professionals should know the role of natural products in discovery of drugs and their use and application in eradicating ailments. The students are given sufficient knowledge to be able to describe morphology and histology of different plant organs and identify drugs in the whole state and in powdered condition with suitable examples of medicinal plants. The students are reinforcing the knowledge of study of plant constituents and its isolation, identification, qualitative and quantitative evaluation, medicinal use and scale up process