Faculty of Health Sciences

About the Faculty of Health Sciences

The School of Pharmaceutical Studies and Faculty of Health Science was established in 2016 and approved by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi. The Department has highly qualified, experienced and research-oriented faculty. It is also ignites, inbuilt ability & potentialities in student and prepares highly competent Pharmacist who can serve in Pharmacy profession globally

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Welcome to the Department of Pharmacy, Dr. K.N Modi University. The School of Pharmaceutical Studies and Faculty of Health Science was established in 2016 and approved by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi. The Department has highly qualified, experienced and research-oriented faculty. It is also ignites, inbuilt ability & potentialities in student and prepares highly competent Pharmacist who can serve in Pharmacy profession globally.

The Department strives to provide a conductive environment for the students to develop analytical and practical skills and apply them to real world problems. To motivate the students the department organizes Guest Lectures, Workshops, National & International Conferences periodically.


                                                                                                                Principal 

Dr. Gyanendra Singh

School of Pharmaceutical Studies,

Faculty of Health Science

Our Vision

School of Pharmaceutical Studies and Faculty of Health Science will be a leader that enhances health in peoples and wellness of individuals and communities through innovation on Pharmacy Education, Research and Practice.

Our Mission

We improve the lives of others locally and globally through a climate of discovery to develop future leaders in pharmacy practice and science, support research across the spectrum from drug discovery to medication use in society, advance pharmacy practice to optimized patient-centered care and healthcare delivery, and foster lifelong learning

Events and Seminars

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Infrastructure / Facilities


PHARMACOGNOSY LAB   



Introduction 
Crude drugs derived from natural sources are used throughout the developed and developing countries as home remedies, over the counter drug products and raw materials for the pharmaceutical industry. At the end of the lab course, students are able to interpret the morphological and anatomical descriptions of the crude plant in order to clearly identify it.
Infrastructure
    Muffle furnace
    Clevenger apparatus
    Polarimeter
    Extraction and distillation unit
    Hot air oven
    Shaker water bath
    UV chamber
    Magnetic stirrers
    TLC chamber
    Ultra centrifuge
    Soxhlet apparatus
    Compound microscope
    Colorimeter
       Projecting microscope




Pharmaceutics Lab










We have Pharmaceutics Laboratories and Machine Room. The Labs are well equipped with equipment, glassware and chemicals to carry out the necessary experimentation work as prescribed in the syllabus of B. Pharm. and D. Pharm.
This room provides a window for young and aspiring pharmacist to be well versed with the current Pharmaceutical Scenario.
Infrastructure
  • Ampoule Clarity test apparatus
  • Mechanical Stirrer with Hot Plate
  • Autoclave
  • Monsanto’s hardness tester
  • Ball Mill
  • Ointment slab & spatula
  • Bulk Density apparatus
  • Percolator
  • Digital balance
  • Pfizer type hardness tester
  • Disintegration test apparatus
  • Sieves set
  • Glass Desiccators
  • Tablet Dissolution Test Apparatus (single)
  • Hot air oven
  • Water bath
  • Laboratory Hot plate






Machine Room 









Infrastructure
  • Ball mill
  • Homogenizer
  • Bottle filling machine
  • Mechanical Stirrers
  • Bulk Density Apparatus
  • Melting point apparatus
  • Capsule Filling Machine
  • Micro centrifuge
  • Centrifuge
  • Mixer grinder
  • Conical percolator
  • Propellers
  • Disintegration Test Apparatus
  • Sieve shaker
  • Dissolution Apparatus (Single)
  • Tablet Coating Machine
  • Double Cone Blender
  • Tablet counter
  • Domestic grinder
  • Tablet Polishing Drum
  • Friability Test Apparatus
  • Tablet Punching Machine
  • Tincture press





PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY LAB 





















Introduction 
Pharmacology of drugs, their mechanisms of action; therapeutic uses, adverse effects and drug interaction are covered in theoretical classes. However, to appreciate such principles and the importance of testing drugs for their effects, practical classes aim to illustrate such effects on isolated and whole animal preparations.
All experiments expose students to techniques including equipment set-up, force transducer calibration, tissue dissection and mounting, and dose-response assays and analysis
Infrastructure
  • Student’s organ bath
  • Actophotometer
  • Sherington’s rotating drum
  • Rotarod
  • Frontal writing lever
  • Pole climbing apparatus
  • Simple lever
  • Analgesiometer   (Eddy’s  hot  plate)
  • Aerator
  • Plethysmograph
  • Plastic animal cage
  • Dissection  Tray and Boards
  • Double unit organ bath with thermostat
  • Haemostatic  artery forceps
  • Clamp, boss heads, screw clips
  • Levers
  • Hutchinson’s  spirometer
  • Cannulae
  • Muscle electrodes
  • pH meter
  • Myographic lever
  • Electronic Balances
  • Perspex  bath assembly (single unit)
  • Oven
  • Dissecting Set
  • Centrifuges
  • Refrigerator


HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LAB










Introduction 
Anatomy and physiology explains the normal structure of the human body and how it functions to maintain a state of balance and health - and covers need-to-know principles in an easy-to-understand manner. It focuses on how tissues, organs, and body systems work together to carry out activities such as maintaining body temperature, regulating blood pressure, learning, and responding to stress. Anatomy is the Science of body structures and relationships among the structures. Physiology is the Science of body functions, that is, how the body parts work.
Infrastructure
The human anatomy lab is maintained with charts and models of Human Organs and Organ Systems like Respiratory, Digestive, excretory, reproductive, circulatory, lymphatic, skeleton systems. Various human bones with complete human skeleton is available for the study of complete anatomy and physiology of the humans in healthy condition. The lab also consists of Microscopes and instruments for studying the blood and haemopoitic system. The lab is used for haematological studies of human blood.
The lab also consists of equipments like:
  • Stethoscope,
  • Respirometer.
  • Sphygmomamometer
  • Referigrator


PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY


Introduction
In this laboratory the experiments based on qualitative and quantitative determination of impurities present in various inorganic compounds. The experiments aimed separation and identification of inorganic and organic mixture are also carried out in this lab.
Infrastructure
  • Magnetic stirrers
  • Digital melting point determination apparatus
  • Hot plates
  • Hot air oven


PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY





Introduction
In this laboratory the experiments based on qualitative and quantitative determination of impurities present in various inorganic compounds. The experiments aimed separation and identification of inorganic and organic mixture are also carried out in this lab.
Infrastructure
  • Potentiometers
  • Polarimeters
  • Conductometers
  • Sophisticated hot air oven
  • Digital pH meters
  • Analytical balance
  • Digital balance



  • Human anatomy and physiology
  • Pharmaceutics
  • Pharmacology
  • Pharmaceutical chemistry
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Hospital and clinical Pharmacy
  • Central Machine Room
  • Girl’s common room
  • Individual Toilet for girls and boys
  • Drinking Water Facilities
  • Food Court (Canteen)

Course Syllabus

B. Pharmacy Course Outcomes

Course Code

Course Title

Course Outcomes

01BPH106RT
Remedial Biology
Understanding of living organism.
Ability to analyze international classification system for living things.
Ability to discriminate structure of living cells and their significance.
01BPH106MT
Remedial Mathematics
Understanding basic formulas to be used for higher statistical calculations.
Evaluate raw data and compilation.
01BPH103T
Pharmaceutics- I
Recall the history of Pharmaceutical practice through ages.
Define principle procedure of general formulations.
Recognize route of drug administration and classification of Pharmaceutical dosage form.
01BPH104T
Ph. Inorganic Chemistry
Classify and describe sources of impurity and periodicity of elements.
Choose various electrolytes and reagents for pharmaceutical preparations.
Employ the use of radiopharmaceuticals in Medicine preparations and diagnostics.
01BPH101T
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Describe basics skills of anatomy and physiology.
Describe the structure and function of cells.
Describe and identify tissues, specific parts and key terms of the Integumentary system, Skeletal System, muscular System and Cardiovascular System.
01BPH102T
Pharmaceutical Analysis – I
Understand the qualitative and quantitative estimation of chemical compounds.
Identify and locate the impurities through different fundamental techniques.
Differentiate the analytical techniques used in pharmaceutical with reference to Indian Pharmacopoeia.
01BPH202T

Pharmaceutical organic Chemistry- I

Explain atomic molecular structure, chemical bonding and physiochemical properties of substance.
Demonstrate experiments, data analysis, construct graphs, tables and calculate results.
Discriminate the concepts and results of laboratory experiments of physicochemical properties of matter.
01BPH201T
Human Anatomy and Physiology  II
Explain the digestive system, central nervous system, autonomic nervous system, urinary system, endocrine system, reproductive system and sense organs.
Understand and recall the basic human disorders.
Analyze the biochemical parameters of urine and blood.
01BPH205T
Computer Application
Use of Microsoft office, internet resources and e mails in pharmaceutical sciences.
01BPH203T
Biochemistry
Demonstrate and understand fundamental principles of biochemistry, including major pathways of metabolism, biosynthesis, replication, transcription, and translation.
Demonstrate a qualitative and quantitative understanding of biomolecular structure; enzyme catalyzed chemical reactions that transform biomolecules.
Use modern instrumental technique to monitor the biochemical reactions catalyzed by enzymes.
01BPH204T
Pathophysiology
Transfer to or complete clinical and academic programs in the allied health sciences, and function competently in these clinical programs.
Apply the scientific method when evaluating the validity of information related to pathophysiology.
Apply concepts learned during homework and lecture experiences toward successful clinical problem-solving.
Understand the basis for some laboratory tests and other diagnostic procedures.
Understand how the various organ systems are interrelated, and use this understanding to promote a holistic approach towards the evaluation and treatment of patients.

01BPH206T

Environmental sciences

This subject will sow the seeds of ethics and help them to care about their surroundings.

02BPH301T

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II

Develop basic knowledge of heterocyclic compounds their nomenclature, synthesis and properties.
Employ concept of photochemistry in synthesis of organic compounds.
Use of different synthetic routes to synthesis organic compounds to be used in pharmaceutical sciences.

02BPH302T

Physical Pharmaceutics I

Define and recall fundamental physical theories of matter in the development of dosage forms.
Select proper physical and chemical principles in quality control of designed dosage forms.

02BPH303T

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Define and classify the historical development and scope of microbiology.
Employ the knowledge to control the microbe by physical and chemical methods.
Judge and control the communicable diseases, sewage and sewage disposal, food spoilage and prevention of foods from microbes.

02BPH304T

Pharmaceutical Engineering

Design and develop new technologies (equipment based) in Pharmaceutical industry.
Analyze the use of correct material for construction of Pharmaceutical plant.
Employ the industrial hazards and safety measures in industry.

02BPH401T

Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III

To render the student think logically about molecular properties and interactions of organic materials.
To prepare the student with a sound understanding of the fundamental principles of pharmaceutical compounds with respect to related subjects in next course level.
Teach students to deal with the reactions of organic compounds and with the investigation of their properties.
Teach students structure elucidation using different spectrometry

02BPH402T

Medicinal Chemistry I

Understand and reproduce principals of drug discovery, Physicochemical and steric aspects of drug molecules.
Demonstrate the reaction mechanism of drug synthesis.
Explain the drugs acting on neurotransmitter and immune system of human body and identify possible mechanism of drug action.

02BPH403T

Physical Pharmaceutics II

Define and recall fundamental physical theories of matter in the development of dosage forms.
Select proper physical and chemical principles in quality control of designed dosage forms.

02BPH404T

Pharmacology I

Identify the route of drug administrating, mechanism of action, combined effects of drug and pharmacological actions.
Recognize the Pharmacokinetics of drug.
Understand the process of drug discovery and development of new API.
CO4 Describe the fundamental molecular mechanism of drug, receptor and their intracellular signaling mechanism.

02BPH405T

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry-I

Identify, classify, isolation, analyze, the medicinal plant and their properties.
Apply the use of medicinal plant, its industrial importance and cultivation of plant.
Illustrate various pharrmacognostic parameters of crude drugs.

03BPH501T

Medicinal Chemistry II

Explain the Structure Activity Relationship, mechanism of action, synthesis and use of CNS, GIT and Hormone acting drugs.
Apply the CADD and molecular modeling knowledge in designing of new molecules to be used as drug.
Understand the category of Drugs used in different disease conditions.

03BPH502T

Industrial Pharmacy I

Create the qualities of managerial process in Pharmaceutical Field.
Evaluate the promotion, advertisement and sale product of Pharmaceutical filed.
Apply the economics, law of demand and supply in pharmaceutical business.

03BPH503T

Pharmacology II

Demonstrate a fundamental knowledge in the field of cholinergic, adrenergic, serotonergic and dopamine path in CNS.
Explain the mechanism of action, drug interaction and use of CNS and GIT acting drugs.
Demonstrate a mastery of technical and experimental methodologies required to conduct research in the field of animal study.

03BPH504T

Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II

Describe the primary and secondary metabolites in plants through metabolic pathways.
Identify the phytoconstitutes of different parts of medicinal plants.
Demonstrate the chemistry biogenesis and Pharmacological activities of herbs.

03BPH505T

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

Understand and recall laws and acts depicted in Drug and Cosmetic act 1940.
Understand the Indian regulatory legislation for drug and Pharmaceutical Industries.

03BPH601T

Medicinal Chemistry III 

Explain the Structure Activity Relationship, mechanism of action, synthesis and use of Cardiovascular, Urinary and chemotherapeutic agents.
Memorize the category of Drugs used in different disease conditions.

03BPH602T

Pharmacology III

Understand the pathophysiology of disease of cardiovascular system and drugs acting on cardiovascular system.
Understand the pathophysiology of disease of Hematopoietic, Urinary and Endocrine system and drugs acting on them.
Evaluate the potency of unknown compound with reference to standard compound using animal organs.
CO4 Evaluate pharmacological screening of drugs in animals.

03BPH603T

Herbal Drug Technology

Understand the standardization techniques of herbal drug.
Develop the new herbal formulation on the basis of aurveda principle as per ayurvedic pharmacopoeia.
Design the plant tissue culture techniques and its application in Pharmacy.

03BPH604T

Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics

Analyze the various pharmacokinetic data of drugs.
Describe biopharmaceutical study for development of different dosage form.
Design the Bioavailability and Bio- equivalence study of new drugs dosage forms and its use in Clinical research.

03BPH605T

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology

Understand and recall the historical development in Pharmaceutical biotechnology.
Describe the basic principle of antigen antibody reaction mechanism related to immunity of human body.
Employ the knowledge in to genetic and recombination technology and microbial transformation in industrial biotechnology.

03BPH606T

Quality Assurance

Understand the qualitative and quantitative estimation of chemical compounds.
Identify and locate the impurities through different fundamental techniques.
Differentiate the analytical techniques used in pharmaceutical with reference to Indian Pharmacopoeia.

04BPH701T

Instrumental Methods of Analysis 

Demonstrate the instrumentation and interpretation of spectra used in Pharmaceutical analysis.
Examine the separation of vital active constituents by chromatographic techniques.
Employ the knowledge of sophisticated instrument al techniques in Advanced Pharmaceutical research.

04BPH702T

Industrial Pharmacy II

Employ the Pharmaceutical technology used in production of solid, liquid and parental dosage forms with good manufacturing practices.
Formulate the blood product, plasma substitute, aerosols and sterile dosage forms..
Design and development of dosage form for large volume production and scale-up techniques.

04BPH703T

Pharmacy Practice

Employ the handling, dispensing of prescription and use Latin terms in prescription.
Discuss and educate the community Pharmacy to society through retail / wholesale store management.
Design the preparation and revision of hospital Formulary.
CO4 Support the hospital system by working as hospital Pharmacist, Pharmacy and Therapeutic Committee.

04BPH704T

Novel Drug Delivery System

Employ the comprehensive knowledge of novel drug delivery system.
Use the safe and targeted delivery of drug.
Develop the pilot plant scale up techniques.

04BPH801T

Biostatistics and Research Methodology

Understanding basic formulas to be used for higher statistical calculations.
Evaluate raw data and compilation.

04BPH802T

Social and Preventive Pharmacy

Understanding the concepts and evaluation of public health. Understanding the concept of prevention and control of disease
Understanding the Socio cultural factors related to health and disease
Understanding the concept of Hygiene and health
Knowing the National health intervention programme

04BPH803T

Pharma Marketing Management

To develop an understanding of functions of management and the concepts, theories and techniques in the field of organizational behaviour.

04BPH804T

Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science

Understanding the adequate evaluation of drugs,
To recognize how pharmaceutical sciences work in developing new and efficient drugs that should benefit healthcare.

04BPH805T

Pharmacovigilance

The reduction of the frequency and the severity of adverse effects of drugs while maintaining or, better, improving their efficacy. 
The adverse effect of a drug should not be considered without taking account of its beneficial effects.
The conditions necessary to achieve this goal are the quality of drugs, a good knowledge of their properties and of the particularities of the patient.

04BPH806T

Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals

Identity of the drug: Includes botanical evaluation, microscopical, histochemical, histological evaluation etc.
Physicochemical parameters of the drug: Includes physical and chemical identity, extractive values.
Chromatographic fingerprints, moisture content etc.
Pharmacological parameters: Includes biological activity profiles, foaming index, bitterness values etc.
Microbiological contamination
Radioactive contamination.

04BPH807T

Computer Aided Drug Design

The computer-assisted techniques used to discover, design, and optimize new, effective, and safe drugs.
Recent technological developments in biochemistry, biomedical science, and nanotechnology have made computer-aided drug design and delivery systems possible on a molecular basis.

04BPH808T

Cell and Molecular Biology

Exhibit a knowledge base in genetics, cell and molecular biology, and anatomy and physiology
Demonstrate the knowledge of common and advanced laboratory practices in cell and molecular biology.
Exhibit clear and concise communication of scientific data.
Engage in review of scientific literature in the areas of biomedical sciences.
Critique and professionally present primary literature articles in the general biomedical sciences field.

04BPH809T

Cosmetic Science

Develop the skill in cosmetic and toilet preparations.
Design the concept of cosmetic according to application on the different parts of body.
Employ the evaluation and packing skill for different form of cosmetics.

04BPH810T

Experimental Pharmacology

Understand the pathophysiology of disease of cardiovascular system and drugs acting on cardiovascular system.
Understand the pathophysiology of disease of Hematopoietic, Urinary and Endocrine system and drugs acting on them.
Evaluate the potency of unknown compound with reference to standard compound using animal organs.
CO4 Evaluate pharmacological screening of drugs in animals.

04BPH811T

Advanced Instrumentation Techniques

Develop new analytical technique for bulk drug and dosage form by sophisticated instrumental techniques.
Employ the knowledge of sophisticated instrument al techniques in Advanced Pharmaceutical research.
Demonstrate the instrumentation and interpretation of spectra used in Pharmaceutical analysis.

04BPH812T

Project Work

To design the new research projects.
Evaluate the research data.
Operate the industrial live projects.
CO4 Use and develop Basic skill for research for future.

Programme objectives [POs] of B. Pharmacy 

POs 1: Pharmacy Knowledge: Possess knowledge and comprehension of the core and basic knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy, including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; behavioral, social, and administrative pharmacy sciences; and manufacturing practices.

POs 2: Planning Abilities: Demonstrate effective planning abilities including time management, resource management, delegation skills and organizational skills. Develop and implement plans and organize work to meet deadlines.

POs 3: Problem analysis: Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry, thinking analytically, clearly and critically, while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Find, analyze, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.

POs 4: Modern tool usage: Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.

POs 5: Leadership skills: Understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and  team building when planning changes required for  fulfillment of practice, professional and societal responsibilities. Assume participatory roles as responsible citizens or leadership roles when appropriate to facilitate improvement in health and well- being.

POs 6: Professional Identity: Understand, analyze and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, promoters of health, educators, managers, employers, employees).

POs 7: Pharmaceutical Ethics: Honor personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Demonstrate behavior that recognizes cultural and personal variability in values, communication and lifestyles. Use ethical frameworks; apply ethical principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions.

POs 8: Communication: Communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective presentations and documentation, and give and receive clear instructions.

POs 9: The Pharmacist and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety and legal issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional pharmacy practice.

POs 10: Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional

pharmacy solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate

the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

POs 11: Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

POs 12: Self-assessment:  Self assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an ongoing basis.

 

Programme Educational Objectives [PEOs] of B. Pharmacy

PEO 1: Students will be able to use their fundamental concepts and technical competence in Pharmaceutical Industry and /or institutes as and when required to achieve professional excellence.

PEO 2: Students will acquire strong and well defined concepts in different subjects of Pharmaceutical Sciences viz; Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Pharmacognosy as per requirements of Pharmaceutical Industries, Community and Hospital Pharmacy.

PEO 3: Students will be able to disseminate quality education with highly professional and ethical attitude, strong communication skills, and effective professional skills to work in a team with multidisciplinary approval.

PEO 4: Students will be able to use interpersonal and collaborative skills to identify, assess and formulate problems and execute the solution in closely related Pharmaceutical Industries.

PEO 5: Students will be able to contribute towards health care system and counseling for prophylaxis and prevention of diseases.

PEO 6: They will be able to work in a team while being competent enough in solving complex problems in the area of Pharmaceutical Sciences. Also, students will be able to participate in lifelong learning process for a highly productive career and will be able to relate the concepts of Pharmaceutical Sciences towards serving the cause of the society.


D. Pharmacy Course Outcomes

Course Code
Course Title
Course Outcomes
01DPHT101
Pharmaceutics- I
  • Recall the history of Pharmaceutical practice through ages.
  • Define principle procedure of general formulations.
  • Recognize route of drug administration and classification of Pharmaceutical dosage form.
01DPHT102
Pharmaceutical Chemistry- I
  • Classify and describe sources of impurity and periodicity of elements.
  • Choose various electrolytes and reagents for pharmaceutical preparations.
  • Employ the use of radiopharmaceuticals in Medicine preparations and diagnostics.
  • Explain atomic molecular structure, chemical bonding and physiochemical properties of substance.
  • Demonstrate experiments, data analysis, construct graphs, tables and calculate results.
  • Discriminate the concepts and results of laboratory experiments of physicochemical properties of matter.
01DPHT103
Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II
  • Identify, classify, isolation, analyse, the medicinal plant and their properties.
  • Apply the use of medicinal plant, its industrial importance and cultivation of plant.
  • Illustrate various pharrmacognostic parameters of crude drugs.
  • Describe the primary and secondary metabolites in plants through metabolic pathways.
  • Identify the phytoconstitutes of different parts of medicinal plants.
  • Demonstrate the chemistry biogenesis and Pharmacological activities of herbs.
01DPHT104
Biochemistry and clinical pathology
  • Demonstrate and understand fundamental principles of biochemistry, including major pathways of metabolism, biosynthesis, replication, transcription, and translation.
  • Demonstrate a qualitative and quantitative understanding of biomolecular structure; enzyme catalysed chemical reactions that transform biomolecules.
  • Use modern instrumental technique to monitor the biochemical reactions catalysed by enzymes.
01DPHT105
Human Anatomy And Physiology
  • Describe basics skills of anatomy and physiology.
  • Describe the structure and function of cells.
  • Describe and identify tissues, specific parts and key terms of the Integumentary system, Skeletal System, muscular System and Cardiovascular System.
  • Explain the digestive system, central nervous system, autonomic nervous system, urinary system, endocrine system, reproductive system and sense organs.
  • Understand and recall the basic human disorders.
  • Analyse the biochemical parameters of urine and blood.
01DPHT106
Health Education And Community Pharmacy
  • Understanding the concepts and evaluation of public health. Understanding the concept of prevention and control of disease
  • Understanding the Socio cultural factors related to health and disease
  • Understanding the concept of Hygiene and health
  • Knowing the National health intervention programme
02DPHT201
Pharmaceutics II
To understand the  basic concepts on Dispensing Pharmacy and pharmaceutics
To understand how to Dispense various dosage forms
To understand various Parenteral dosage form .
To understand various Ophthalmic dosage form 
02DPHT202
Pharmaceutical Chemistry II
  • Students will be able to name a medicinal drug according to IUPAC system.
  • They will make a bridge between basic and more advanced pharmaceutical chemistry knowledge.
  • It also makes connection from chemical principles to the structures and functions of biological molecules.
  • They should recognize the medicinal on the basis of structure and official preparation.
  • After completion of course, students should generate ability to speak and write about pharmacological property of medicinal drugs.
02DPHT203
Pharmacology & Toxicology
  • Identify the route of drug administrating, mechanism of action, combined effects of drug and pharmacological actions.
  • Recognize the Pharmacokinetics of drug.
  • Understand the process of drug discovery and development of new API.
  • CO4 Describe the fundamental molecular mechanism of drug, receptor and their intracellular signaling mechanism.
02DPHT204
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence
  • Students will be able to understand pharmaceutical legislation in India
  • Students may get deep knowledge about professional and pharmaceutical code and ethics, about pharmacist’s oath, about constituent and functions pharmacy council of India and state pharmacy council, about general study of the Schedules according to drug and cosmetics act.
  • Students also come to know about objectives, offences and penalties, functions of the drug and magic remedies (objectionable advertisement) act, narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act, latest drugs (price control) order, poisons act, medicinal and toilet preparations (excise duties) act, medical termination of pregnancy act.
02DPHT205
Drug Store And Business Management
  • Increase the selling efforts and intensity by dealers as well as sales personnel.
  • Call the attention to new products.
  • Inform the buyers about the new brand and new packaging.
  • Perform cost of reaching an audience.
02DPHT206
Hospital And Clinical Pharmacy
  • The students will be able to understand about various function of hospital and hospital pharmacy, various in-patient and out-patients services, manufacturing within hospital and special precautions related to sterile manufacturing process, different surgical instrument and surgical dressing used in hospital, data collection data storage,
  • Students will learn various parts of prescription, drug interaction and adverse drug reactions, toxicity due to insecticides, heavy metals, poisons, narcotic drugs and barbiturates.
  • Students will gain a deep knowledge regarding to various diseases their causative agents, diseases cycle, laboratory protocols for detection and finally the methods of control and presentation of diseases.


Programme objectives [POs] of D. Pharmacy

PO 1: Demonstrate the knowledge and clinical skills in basic pharmaceutical sciences to facilitate their overall professional development.

PO 2: Manage effectively various resources for successful completion of pharma projects/assignments within the stipulated time.

PO 3: Identify and solve problem related to pharmacy practice for the patient compliance.

PO 4: Act efficiently as a leader in the practice of pharmacy profession with multidisciplinary healthcare teams.

PO 5: Understand and appreciate the role of pharmacist in developing healthy society.

PO 6: Undertake Public Health care projects and camps for educating society about safe and optimal use of pharmaceuticals.

PO 7: Recognize environmental and societal factors that require intervention of pharmacist to provide healthcare solutions.

PO 8: Understand code of ethics of pharmacy in professional and social contexts that govern decision making and respect for the dignity of the patient.

PO 9: Demonstrate excellent communication skills with effective exchange of professional information.

PO 10: Create, select and apply current tools and techniques of pharmacy field tools necessary for solving pharmaceutical problems.

PO 11: Recognize the need to engage in lifelong learning through continuing education and research.

Programme Educational Objectives [PEOs] of D. Pharmacy

PEO 1: Students will demonstrate basic knowledge in pharmacy complemented by the appropriate clinical skills and attributes; and will ethically apply their knowledge and skills of pharmacy with an understanding of realistic constraints for the overall benefit of the society.

PEO 2: Students will understand and admire the role of pharmacist in the development of healthy society; and will engage in life-long learning and professional development through continuing education by graduate /postgraduate programs and doctoral level studies.

PEO 3: Students will be able to demonstrate leadership qualities and entrepreneur skills by working and communicating effectively in interdisciplinary environment, either independently or in a team.

PEO 4: Students will be cognizant and responsive to the health care needs of the community and possess a commitment to continuously improve knowledge and abilities; and will be skillful in current techniques and technologies, skillful in problem solving, and will possess professional, ethical and compassionate behavior and standards.


Student / Faculty Achievement

Faculty Publications

Dr. Gyanendra Singh

Swapnil Sharma, Gyanendra Singh, Vivek Dave, Naveen Choudhary and Sachdev Yadav.Healing Potential of Citrullus Lanatus in Acetic Acid Induced Ulcerated Rats. J Pharm Sci Emerg Drugs March 24, 2015; 3:1

Gyanendra Singh, Swapnil Sharma, Naveen Choudhary, Sachdev Yadav, Rajani Chauhan, and Jaya Dwivedi. Evaluation of radioprotective properties of Curcuma longa rhizome extract: A cytogenic analysis in cancer. Pharmacognosy Communication vol.2 issue 2, 2012: 44-48.

Swapnil Sharma, Sachdev Yadav, Gyanendra Singh,  Sarvesh Paliwal,  Jaya Dwivedi. First report on laxative activity of Cucumis Sativus International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research Volume 12, Issue 2, January – February 2012;129-131.

Swapnil Sharma, Sonika Jain, Gyanendra Singh, Jaya Dwivedi & Sarvesh Paliwal Evaluation of Antacid & Carminative Properties of Citrullus Lanatus under simulated conditions. Der Pharmacia Sinica, 2012, 3 (1):20-23.

Ekta Singh, Swapnil Sharma, Jaya Dwivedi, Gyanendra singh, Shikha Mehra & Sheel Sharma “Evaluation of Green Tea on Lipid Profile of Hypercholesterolemic Patients: A Case Study” Pharmacologyonline 2011, 3: 547-555.

Dr. Khemraj Bairwa

  • Roy SK, Bairwa K, Grover J, Srivastava A, Jachak SM. Analysis of flavonoids and iridoids in Vitex negundo Linn. by HPLC-PDA and method validation. Natural Product Communication 2013, 8, 1241–1244. (Impact Factor 0.954)
  • Bairwa K, Singh IN, Roy SK, Grover J, Shrivastava A, Jachak SM. Rotenoids from Boerhaavia diffusa as Potential Anti-inflammatory Agents. Journal of Natural Products 2013, 76, 1393–1398. (Impact Factor 3.798)
  • Bairwa K, Srivastava A, Jachak SM. Quantitative analysis of boeravinones in the roots of Boerhaavia diffusa by UPLC-PDA. Phytochemical Analysis 2014, 25, 415–420. (Impact Factor 2.341)
  • Bairwa K, Jachak SM. Anti-inflammatory potential of a lipid based formulation of rotenoid rich fraction prepared from Boerhavia diffusa. Pharmaceutical biology, 2015, 53, 1231–1238. (Impact Factor 1.337)
  • Grover J, Kumar V, Singh V, Bairwa K, Sobhia ME, Jachak SM. Synthesis, biological evaluation, molecular docking and therapeutical evaluation of nepodin and chrysophanol derivatives as potential cyclooxygenase (COX-1 COX-2) inhibitors. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 2014, 80, 47–56. (Impact Factor 3.447)
  • Chandna N,   Kapoor JK,   Grover J,   Bairwa K,   Goyal V,  Jachak S M. Pyrazolylbenzyltriazoles as Cyclooxygenase Inhibitors: Synthesis and Biological Evaluation as dual Anti-inflammatory and Antimicrobial Agents. New Journal of Chemistry 2014, 38, 3662–3672. (Impact Factor 3.159)
  • Bairwa K, Roy SK, Grover J, Srivastava A, Jachak SM. Determination of negundoside and agnuside in Vitex negundo by qNMR and method validation. Journal of Analytical Chemistry. 2015, 70(5): 639-646(Impact Factor 0.812)
  • Bairwa K, Jachak SM. Development and optimisation of 3-Acetyl-11-keto- β -boswellic acid loaded poly lactic-co-glycolic acid-nanoparticles with enhanced oral bioavailability and in-vivo anti-inflammatory activity in rats. Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology 2015, 67(9):1188–1197. (Impact Factor 2.161)
  • Patel NK, Bairwa K, Gangwal R, Jaiswal G, Jachak SM, Sangamwar AT, Bhutani KK. 2'-Hydroxy flavanone derivatives as an inhibitors of pro-inflammatory mediators: Experimental and molecular docking studies.  Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2015, 25, 1952–1955. (Impact Factor 2.420)
  • Bairwa K, Grover J, Kania M, Jachak SM. Recent developments in chemistry and biology of curcumin analogues. RSC Advances 2014, 4, 13946–13978. (Impact Factor 3.708)
  • Bairwa K, Kuma R, Sharma RJ, Roy RK. An updated review on Bidens Pilosa L. Der Pharma Chemica 2010, 2, 325–337.
  • Kuma R, Sharma RJ, Bairwa K, Roy RK, Kumar A. Pharmacological review on natural antidiarrhoel agents. Der Pharma Chemica 2010, 2, 66–93.
  • Kuma R, Sharma RJ, Bairwa K, Roy RK, Kumar A, Baruwa A. Modern Development in ACE inhibitors. Der Pharmacia Lettre 2010, 2, 388–419.
  • Bairwa K, Jachak SM. Nanoparticle formulation of 11-keto-β-boswellic acid (KBA): Anti-inflammatory activity and in vivo pharmacokinetics. Pharmaceutical biology, 2016, 54(12), 2909-2916.

International conference attended:

  • 1st Biennial International Conference on Drug Discovery from Natural Products and Traditional Medicine (DDNP-TM), 18-22th Nov. 2008.
  • 2nd Biennial International Conference on “New Developments in Drug discovery from Natural Products and Traditional Medicines” held at NIPER, Mohali, 20-24th Nov 2010.
  • 3rd Biennial conference on “Drug Discovery from Natural Products and Traditional Medicine” held at NIPER, Mohali, 21-24th Nov 2012.

 Workshop/oral presentation:

  • Participated in one day seminar on Recent Trends and Regulation of Medical Devices organized by NIPER SAS Nagar & Drug Control Administration, Punjab in collaboration with Abbott Labs on 27th Nov., 2013.
  • Oral presentation in the conference of 4th DDN-TM-2014 “phytochemical investigation and biological evaluation of Boerhavia diffusa roots” held at NIPER Mohali on 20-22nd Nov 2014.

 Mr. Manmohan Sharma

  • Rajesh Asija, Manmohan Sharma, Avinash Gupta, Shailendra Bhatt "Orodispersible Film: A Novel Approach for Patient Compliance", International Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 1, Issue. 4: 381-385, October-2013.
  • Rajesh Asija, Manmohan Sharma, Avinash Gupta, Sangeeta Asija "Formulation Development & Evaluation of Mouth Dissolving Film of Zolmitriptan as an Antimigraine Medication", International Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 2, Issue. 4: 622-628, August-2014.

Ms. Wimpy Kumari

  • Phytochemical and pharmacological review in Cissmpleos pareira

AWARDS AND OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS

Dr. Gyanendra Singh

Professional membership:

  • Association of pharmaceutical teachers of india                     Status:RA/LM-285                                                           
  • Association of pharmacy professionals                                   APP/RJ/LM-041/12

Dr. Khemraj Bairwa

  • GATE-2006 qualified in Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • GATE-2007 qualified in Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Awarded NIEPR fellowship for Master program from NIPER Mohali (Ministry of Chemical and fertilizer, India)
  • Awarded NIPER fellowship for Ph. D program from NIPER Mohali (Ministry of Chemical and fertilizer, India)
  • PharmInnova Best PhD Thesis Award 2017.

 Mr. Gautam kumar

  • GPAT-2014 Qualified
  • Awarded NIPER fellowship for Master program from NIPER Raebareli (Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development)

 DEPARTMENTAL ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Academic Results of B. Pharm and D. Pharm first batch 

Program                                                                      Result 

D. Pharm (Batch 2016-17):                   81 %

B. Pharm (Batch (2016-17):                  85 %

  • Blood donation camp and social awareness rally on the occasion of word pharmacists day
  • Successfully defended the first inspection from PCI

Sponsored Research & Consultancy Projects

Research Initiatives

Dr. Gyanendra Singh.

Publications/ Books/ Chapters 

1. Swapnil Sharma, Gyanendra Singh, Vivek Dave, Naveen Choudhary and Sachdev Yadav.Healing Potential of Citrullus Lanatus in Acetic Acid Induced Ulcerated Rats. J Pharm Sci Emerg Drugs March 24, 2015; 3:1

2. Gyanendra Singh, Swapnil Sharma, Naveen Choudhary, Sachdev Yadav, Rajani Chauhan, and Jaya Dwivedi. Evaluation of radioprotective properties of Curcuma longa rhizome extract: A cytogenic analysis in cancer. Pharmacognosy Communication vol.2 issue 2, 2012: 44-48.

3. Swapnil Sharma, Sachdev Yadav, Gyanendra Singh,  Sarvesh Paliwal,  Jaya Dwivedi. First report on laxative activity of Cucumis Sativus International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research Volume 12, Issue 2, January – February 2012;129-131.

4. Swapnil Sharma, Sonika Jain, Gyanendra Singh, Jaya Dwivedi & Sarvesh Paliwal Evaluation of Antacid & Carminative Properties of Citrullus Lanatus under simulated conditions. Der Pharmacia Sinica, 2012, 3 (1):20-23.

5. Ekta Singh, Swapnil Sharma, Jaya Dwivedi, Gyanendra singh, Shikha Mehra & Sheel Sharma “Evaluation of Green Tea on Lipid Profile of Hypercholesterolemic Patients: A Case Study” Pharmacologyonline 2011, 3: 547-555.

Mr. Manmohan Sharma 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Rajesh Asija, Manmohan Sharma, Avinash Gupta, Shailendra Bhatt "Orodispersible Film: A Novel Approach for Patient Compliance", International Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 1, Issue. 4: 381-385, October-2013.
  • Rajesh Asija, Manmohan Sharma, Avinash Gupta, Sangeeta Asija "Formulation Development & Evaluation of Mouth Dissolving Film of Zolmitriptan as an Antimigraine Medication", International Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 2, Issue. 4: 622-628, August-2014.

Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities

School of Pharmaceutical Studies, Faculty of Health Science celebrated Freshers’ Day “Noveta Fiesta” on a grand note at a function hall here on Saturday, 23rd Sept. 2017. The Principal of department “Dr. Gyanedra Singh” of addressing the students. He advised the students to excel in academics and maintain discipline to succeed in career.

Speaking on the occasion, University chairman Dr. S. Sridhar said intermediate stage plays a pivotal role in students’ life. He advised the students to dream big and works towards it.

Meanwhile, students performed dances to some contemporary numbers, Bollywood Style, and Classical Forms of dance and attracted audience attention. 


Mr. Fresher and Miss Fresher Title won by Ratsongja Tokbi and Divya Pal and Mr. Talent and Miss Talent of the School of Pharmaceutical Studies won by Nishit Saini and Manisha.

 Teaching staff, non-teaching staff and students in large numbers participated in the program


WORLD PHARMACIST DAY CELEBRATIONS

World Pharmacists Day was celebrated impressively at Dr. K. N. Modi University (DKNMU), Newai On 25.09.2017. The theme for the celebration was “RAKTDAAN-MAHADAAN”.

World Pharmacists Day is being celebrated every year on 25thSeptember to mark valuable contribution of Pharmacists in the field of Pharma and Health sector. We organize Blood donation camp and Pharma rally in local area of Newai. Students and faculty members are participated in the pharmacist day. On 25-09-2017 School of Pharmaceutical studies, Dr. K.N. Modi University, Newai are also organized Blood Donation Camp. Lots of Students and faculty members are participated in blood donation camp in DKNMU Campus on the occasion of World Pharmacist Day.

Workshop/Guestlectures/Industrial Visit

FDP (FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM)

 Gung Ho two days’ workshop at Dr. K.N Modi University Rajasthan by Bani Foundation Pune Maharashtra

Results

Institute Industry Interaction

Placement

Alumni

Photos (Events)