Pharmacy Departments

• Department of Pharmaceutics:

Pharmaceutics is concerned with the strategies by which biologically active compounds are presented to the body soas to elicit an optimal response. It includes the design, preparation and testing of drug delivery systems. The department has a machine room, Pharmaceutics Laboratory I (General andDispensing Pharmacy), and Pharmaceutics Lab II (Unit Operation).
Tablet Punching Machine (Pharmaceutics Lab)

• Pharmaceutical Microbiology/ Biotechnology Laboratory:

The aseptic room of microbiology lab has facilities like incubators, LaminarAir Flow Unit, Oven, Autoclave.
Laminar Air Flow (Microbiology Lab)

• Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry:

Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Analysis of Drugs form the backbone of research and Development in Pharmaceutical Industry. The department focuses on training the students on how to use modern and newer instrumental analytical techniques such as HPLC, and UV-Visible Spectroscopy.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab

• Department of Pharmacology:

The Pharmacology Department lays strong emphasis on research while imparting education in Pharmacology, Toxicology, and other related subjects of behavioural pharmacology. The department has two separate laboratories:
Pharmacology Lab-I
It is established to understand the Human Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathophysiology of disease state with the help of charts, models including skeleton and various types of apparatus.
Pharmacology Lab-II
It consistsof equipmenttoinvestigate the activity of variousdrug samplessuch asActophotometer, Rota-rod apparatus, Analgesiometer, ElectroConvulsometer, Elevated plus maze apparatus (EPM) Digital Balance, Student Organ Bath, etc.
Pharmacology Lab

• Department of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry

Pharmacognosy is the Science that deals with medicines derived from natural sources. Pharmacognosy is the scientific discipline that deals with the rapid developments in the knowledge and utilization of medicinal substances of biological origin plants, microorganisms and animal products used for human and veterinary purposes. This subject provides information about the principles and procedures used in identification, authentication, extraction and isolation of active constituents by chromatographic techniques, purification and development of herbal formulation and assay methods for the isolated constituents.
Pharmacognosy Lab

Herbal Garden

The college has established herbal garden to teach students about the evolution and extraction of drugs obtained from plant sources. It includes a variety of plant-like Datura, Neem, Withania somnifera, Amla etc.