Department -

PHARMACEUTICS

Departmental Objectives:

The objectives of the department are designed to understand the basic principles involved in the formulation and development of solid dosage forms, liquid dosage forms, semisolid dosage forms, disperse systems, novel drug delivery systems and cosmetic technology, dose calculations and dispensing methodology of various dosage forms, development of different dosage forms with reference to I.P, B.P and USP standards and in accordance with CGMP, USFDA, TGA and ICH guidelines, pilot plant scale up techniques and validation. The students are made familiar with basic concept involved in Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics, design of dosage regimens and development of kinetic modeling.  At the end of the course, the students will be able to manufacture tablets, capsule, oral liquid dosage forms and semisolid preparation.

 

Lab Facilities:

Fully equipped work benches with wash basins, change rooms, provisions of heating, storage racks, exhaust, fume hoods, preparation room and water bath are provided. Each Lab can hold up to 30 students at a time.

Equipment Details:-

1. Electro Lab: – TDT – 08L Dissolution Tester (USP)
2. Electro Lab: – Disintegration tester ED – 2L (USP)
3. Electro Lab Friabilator – USP – EF2
4. 16 station rotary tablet punching machine – Cad mach
5. Tablet coating machine with accessories
6. Capsule filling maching (manual)
7. Ampoule filling & Sealing machine
8. Mechanical stirrer with speed regulator
9. Distillation unit
10. Ampoule washing unit
11. Monsanto tablet tester and Erweka tablet
Tester
12. Millipore vaccum pump
13. Clarity tester
14. Tincture press
15. Sealing and crimping machine
16. Centrifuge
17. Conical percolators
18. Hot air oven
19. Magnetic Stirrers
20. Hammer mill
21. Ball mill
22. Polishing pan
23. Auto clave
24. Water bath
25. Digital balance

Department of Microbiology

The student at the end of the course must be able to:

  • Identify and recognize various forms of bacteria morphologically.
  • Demonstrate phases of growth of bacteria in various environments
  • Describe the formation of colonies of bacteria,
    effectively determine the population of bacteria or fungal spores in a culture
  • Develop and grow micro-organisms in appropriate media and environment;Know the properties of viruses as well as the methods of cultivation.
    Know the basis of classification;Know common animal parasites and the diseases caused.
  • Avoid pyrogens in IV solutions and carry out pyrogen testing
  • Appreciate the need for sterile medicament and medical appliances
  • Determine and evaluate an appropriate sterilization process for any pro product
  • Determine the necessary packaging
  • Know the principle and basis for sterility testing

 


Lab facility:

1. Fully equipped work benches with wash basins having capacity to handling up to thirty (30) students
2. Provision for heating
3. Separate area for dry heat and moist heat sterilization.
4. Air conditioned aseptic area with laminar air flow unit
5. Separate area for staining with SS trays
6. Storage racks for chemical

Equipment details:

1. Laminar air flow unit
2. Autoclave
3. Hot air Oven
4. Illumination Microscope & Microscopes
5. Serological water Bath
6. Water bath
7. Micropipettes
8. Refrigerator
9. Incubator
10. BOD Incubator
11. Centrifuge
12. Media filtration unit With Vaccum pump

Faculty

Head of Department & Vice Principal

Associate Professor

Asst. Professor

Asst. Professor

Lecturer

Lecturer

Lecturer