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MANDATORY DISCLOSURE




1


Name of the Institution Address




Shaheed Bhagat Singh Polytechnic and
Pharmacy


Including Telephone, Fax, E
-
mail
.

College
, Patti
, Distt:
Tarn Taran





Tel
ephone Number:

01851
-
245726
, 9257205017








Fax No
: 01851
-
245726





E
-
Mail:
info@sbspharmacypatti.org
,


sbscop@rediffmail.com



2


Name and a
ddress of the Director
:

Dr. Hayat M. Mukhtar



Including telephone, Fax, E
-
mail

Shaheed Bhagat Singh Polytechnic and
Pharmacy



College
,
Distt:
Tarn Taran






Telephone Number: 01851
-
245726
,

98144
-
44618





E
-
Mail:
hayat18@rediffmail.com




3
.
Name of the Affiliating University


Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar



4.
Governance






(
i)
Members of the Board and

their brief background
:


1
.
Sh. Ram Iqbal Sharma

Chairman


2. Sh. Rajesh Bhardwaj

Managing Director


3.
Smt Mridula Bhardwaj

Executive Director


4. Dr. Hayat M. Mukhtar

Principal


5. Dr. Paramjit Singh

Administrator


6. Dr. Ishtiaq Ahamed
Professor


7. Dr. R. K. Bedi


Professor





(ii) Members of Academic Advisory Body


S.No.

Members o
f Academic Advisory Body


1

Sh. Ram Iqbal Sharma

Chairman

2

Mr. Rajesh Bhardwaj

Managing Director

3

Prof. (Dr.) H.S. Ansri

Dean & Head
, Pharmacognosy, Faculty of
Pharmacy, Jamia Hamdard University,
New Delhi

4

Prof. (Dr.) R.K. Khar

HOD, Pharmaceutics,
Faculty of
Pharmacy, Jamia Hamdard University,
New Delhi

5

Dr. Hayat M. Mukhtar

Principal, SBS College of Pharmacy, Patti

6

Dr. Anupam Sharma

Associate Prof., Pharmaceutical
Department, Punjab University,
Chandigarh.

7

Dr. Rakesh Maurya

Scientist, Natur
al Product Research
Laboratory, CDRI, Lukhnow

8

Dr. Buta Singh

Sidhu

Dean, Academics, PTU, Jalandhar


2



(iii)
Frequency of the Board Meeti
ngs
and Academic Advisory Body Quarterly



(iv)
Organizational chart and
processes






Chairman




Director







Executive Director










Primary & Secondary









School Education

Administrator


Principals





General Administration

H.O.D
’s

Accounts



Assistant Professors

Stores




All academic Affair

Security









(v)


Nature and Extent of inv
olvement of faculty and students in academic


Affairs/improvements.



I.

Conducting lecturers, Gro
up Exercise, Group Discussions S
eminars etc
.


ii

Career planning programmes

for students
.

iii.

Meeting of the members of Academic Advisory Body along w
i
th class Seniors are
conducted

in the last week of every month and the agenda i
s discussed
.

Coverage of
syllabi
,

deficiency if any,

is noted.

Attendance

of the student
s

and shortage,
if any,
Special classes of the weak students

is arranged.




i
v

Arrang
ing competitions, industrial visits etc.


v

Participation on regular basis in technical events all over the country
.


vi

LCD Power

Point presentations on regular basis.





(vi)

Mechanism/Norms & Procedure for Democratic/good Governance.


The facul
ty & staff members enjoy democratic governance in the institute,

have
access to and exercise
power
s

in accordance with their rights & institute has an
obligation to promote and defend it.


There is transparency at all levels in administering activities of

the College, where
all the members of
SBSCOP
family i
.
e
.

staff, faculty & students representative
participate in decisions relating to their own development.


(vii)


Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance


From HODs, advisory
body, wardens
, CRs with members from hostel
, students,
Sports

members.






3

(viii)

Grievance redressal mechanism for Faculty, staff and students


Grievance redressal Committee has been constituted


A committee of heads of the departments headed by the se
nior most
Lecturers

is
constituted for listening & redressel for the grievances of staff and students. Two
student’s

members are from each
semester/year elected as

class repre
sentatives (CRs) of each class
.
The terms of each members other then students is
one year. Institute ensures that the new
committee is constituted in July every year. Complaints can be given to any member of the
committee.
Suggestion box both for Principal and Management is provided.
The appeal
against the decision of the committee can

be made to the Chairman
, Managing Director,
Exec. Managing Director, P
rincipal

-

for final appeal.


5.

PROGRAMMES


1.
Name of the Programmes approved by the
AICTE


(a)

M.

Pharmacy

(Pharmacognosy

& Phytochemistry
)
,

(b)

M.

Pharmacy

(
Pharmaceutics
)



(b
)
B. Pharmacy


(c)


D.Pharmacy





II

Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE
-





III)

For each Programme the following details are to be given


1.

(a)


Name


M.

Pharmacy

(Pharmacognosy

& Pharmaceuti
cs
)








(b)

Number of seats



10

in Pharmaceutics & 18

in Pharmacognosy






(c)

Duration




2

Yrs


2.(a) Name


B.

Pharmacy








(b)

Number of seats



60





(c)

Duration



4 years


(d)

Cut off mark/rank


(
i) Pass in 10+2 (
Physics & Chemistry compulsory with


for admission

Math/
Bio
-
Technology/Computer Sci. /Biology)


(ii) Qualified as per AICTE

(e)
For Lateral
Admission

(
i
)
2

years diploma in
P
harmacy & 50% pass marks.







2.(a) Name



D
.

Pharmacy








(b)

Number of seats



60





(c)

Duration



2

years


4

(d)

Admission Procedure:


Pass in
any of the following examinations with






Physics, Chemistry and Biology or Mathe
matics:
-

(i)

Intermediate examination in Science.

(ii)

The first year of the three year degree course in science.

(iii)

10+2 examination (academic stream) in science.

(iv)

Pre
-
degree examination or

(v)

Any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy
Council of India as equivqlen
t to any of the above
examinations.


(e)


Fee





as per Punjab State Board of Technical Education and


Industrial Training

Notification

from time to time.


(f)

Placement Facilities


-

Independent Placemen
t Cell






(g)
Campus placement in last,

three ye
ars with minimum
salary, maximum salary

and


average salary







Name of the Company

McLeod Pharmaceuticals

Pfizer India Ltd.

Aristo Pharma

Cipla Pharmaceuticals

Glen mark Pharmaceuticals

C
OX 7 Days Pharmacy (New eland)

Panacea Biotech

Glen mark Pharmaceuticals

Ankur’s Drugs

Kwality Pharmaceuticals

Alkem Ltd. Production

Jackson Pharmaceuticals

Dabur India Ltd.

Chrak Pharmaceuticals

Indian Herbs Research & Supplies Company India, Ltd
.

Ranbaxy Research Laboratory Ltd. Gurgaon

Himachal Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research, HP.

Ranbaxy Pharmaceutical Ltd.

Medley Pharmaceuticals

Govt. Medical College, Patiala

Shoolini University, Shimla

Satyam College of Pharmacy, Amrit
sar

VMS College of Pharmacy, Batala

Trikuta College of Pharmacy, Jammu

HR College of Pharmacy, Yamunanagar











5

(h)
Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign
University(s)/institution(s) and being run in the sam
e Campus along with status of their

AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details:


Details of the Foreign Institution/University


(a)

Name of the University/Institution




N
ot Yet



(b)

Address







Not Applicable



(c)

Website







Not
Applicable


(d)

Is the Institution/University Accredited in its


Not

Applicable


Home Country


(e)

Ranking of the Institution/University in the




Not
Applicable


Home Country


(f)

Whether the degree offered is equivalent to



Not
Applicable


If yes, the name of the agency which has approved

Equivalence

If no, implications for students in terms


of pursuit of higher studies in India and abroad and


job both within and outside the country.


(g)

Nature of Collaboration





N
ot applicable


(h)

Conditions of Collaboration





Not applicable


Complete details
of payment a student has to


Not applicable

make to get the full benefit of collaboration.


For each Collaborative/affiliated Programme give the following


(a)

Pro
gramme Focus







Nil


(b)

Number of seats







Nil


(c)

Admission Procedure







Nil


(d)

Fee









Not applicable


(f)

Placement Facility







Not applicable


(g)

Placement Records for last three years with minimum salary,

Not applica
ble


m
aximum salary and average salary.


Whether the Collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the Domestic/

Foreign Institute has applied to AICTE for approval as required under
n
otification No.

37
-
3/Legal/2005 dated 16th May, 2005.
N.A


6



6
.
FACULTY


Branch wise list faculty members
.



(a)

Permanent Faculty









Department

Name of Faculty

Designation

Qualification

Pharmacognosy &
Phytochemistry

Dr. Hayat M.
Mukhtar

Dr. Perw
ez Alam

D
r. Babar Ali

Mr. Chandan
Chatterjee

Ms. Pooja Puri

Ms. Poonam Wadhan

Mr. Varinderpal
Singh

Director cum Principal


Associate Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

PhD., M. Ph
arm.,
B.Sc.

PhD., M. Pharm.

PhD., M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.


M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

Pharmaceutics

D
r. Anandamoy
Rudra
.

Mr. Subhadip Saha

Ms. Rajni Bagga

Mr. Akhil Saraswet

Mr. Mukul Kaushik

Ms Samvedna
Aggarwal

Mr. Dinesh Sharma

Mr. Amit Kumar

Associate

Professor


Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

PhD., M. Pharm.


M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.


M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

Pharmaceutical

Chemistry

Mr. O.P Agarwal

Ms. Monika

Ms. Navpreet Kaur

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm
.

Pharmacology


Ms. Rimpi Arora

Ms. Charanjeet Kaur

Mr
. Yati sharma






Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor


M. Pharm
.

M. Pharm
.

M. Pharm
.




Mathematics

Ms. Anupreet Kaur

Assistant Professor

M. Sc. (Math)

Computer Science

Ms. Rajwant Kaur

Assistant Professor

M.C.A


Diploma Staff

Dr. Rakesh Trehan

Physician

M.B.B.S

Ms. Dipti Sharma

Sr. Lecturer

B.Pharm.

Mr. Alambi
r Singh

Lecturer

B.Pharm.

Ms. Poonam Dhand

Lecturer

B.Pharm.

Ms. Neha Bhalla

Lecturer

B
. Pharm.

Ms. Kavita Bhagat

Lecturer

B. Pharm.

Ms Chandeep Singh

Lecturer

B. Pharm.


7


(b)

Visiting Faculty

1.

Prof.

(Dr.) C.

K.

Kokate
, Vice chancellor, KLE University, Belgaum.

2.

Dr. Pulok K. Mukherjee
, Director, School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavp
ur
University, Kolkata.

3.

Dr. Rakesh Maurya,
Deputy Director, CDRI, Lucknow.

4.

Dr. Vimala Devi,
CEO Auro Pharma, Pondicherry.

5.

Dr. K. A. Suri,
Scientist, IIIM, Formerly RRL, Jammu.

6.

Dr. M.

P.

S. Ishar,

Deptt. Pharm Sciences, Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar.


7.

Prof. (Dr.) R. K. Khar
, HOD, Pharmaceutics, Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New
Delhi.

8.

Prof. (Dr.) S. H. Ansari
, Dean & Head, Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Jamia
Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi
.


9.

Prof. (Dr.) A. M. Ismail
, HOD, Periyar College of Pharm
aceutical Sciences, Tamil
Nadu.

10.

Prof. (Dr.) R. Santhamarai
, Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Tamil Nadu.

11.

Dr. K. L. Bedi,

Director Research, ISF, Moga.

12.

Dr. Anupam Sharma
,

Dept. of Phaarmacognosy,

Punjab University, Chandigarh.

13.

Dr. Mubashir H M
asodi
, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Kashmir,
Hazratbal, Srinagar.

14.

Dr. A K Tiwari
, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research, Punjabi
University, Patiala, Punjab.

15.

Dr. S. S Ganti
., ISF College of Pharmacy, Moga.

16.

Mr. Vijay
Roy
, Senior Exec., Apollo Hospital, Delhi

17.

Prof. (Dr.) M Ali
, Ex.
Dean & HOD, Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi
.


18.

Dr. Sayeed Ahmed
, Dept. of Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Jamia Hamdard, New
Delhi.

19.

Dr. Tanveeer Naved
,
Amitx University, U.P.

20.

Dr. J A
li
, Dept. of Pharmaceutics, Jamia Hamdard, Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi.

21.

Dr. Ashok Nandvani
, Gov’t Ayurvedic College, Amritsar

22.

Dr. P Gupta
, Senior Consultant, Medical Oncology, Apollo Hospital, New Delhi.

23.

Dr. F Jalees
, Dept. of Pharmaceutics, Jamia Hamdard,

Hamdard Nagar, New Delhi.

24.

Dr. P.

M. S. Bedi

Head, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, GNDU, Amritsar.

25.

Dr. Surinder Goyal
, Rajindra Institute of Technology and Medical Sciences, Haryana.

26.

Mr. Vivek K Gupta
, Rajindra Institute of Technology and Medical
Sciences, Haryana
.

27.

Dr. Sokindra Kumar
, Ram
-
Eesh Institute of Vocational & T
echnical Education Greater
Noida
.

28.

Dr.

Rajnesh Arora,
Vice Chancellor, PTU, Jalandhar.

29.

Dr. N.P. Singh,

Dean
, Distance Education
, PTU, Jalandhar.

30.

Dr. Nacchattar Singh,

Advisor Vice Ch
ancellor, PTU, Jalandhar
.

31.

Dr. Karan Vasisht,
HOD, Pharmaco
gnosy, Punjab University, Chand
igarh.

32.

Dr. C.K. Katiyar,

Director, Ayurvedic Research, Dabur India Ltd.

33.

Prof. (Dr.) S.

S. Aggarwal,

Amity University, Noida.

34.

Dr. Ajay Arora,

MD, Kwality Pharmaceutical
s, Amritsar.

35.

Dr. Ravi Kumar Bhawa,

MD, Ramson Remedies, Amritsar.

36.

Dr. V.

K. Gupta
,
HoD, Pharmacology, AIIMS, New Delhi.

37.

Dr. Kanchan Kohli
,

Dept. of Pharmaceutics,

Hamdard University, N. Delhi.

38.

Prof. (Dr.) S.K. Maulik
,

AIIMS, New Delhi.

39.

Dr. A.

K. Mitra
,
GMP

Expert, New Delhi.

40.

Dr. K.

K. Bhutani
,

HoD, Natural Products, NIPER, Chandigarh

41.

Dr. A.N. Kalia,

Director, Research, ISF College, Moga, Punjab.


8

42.

Prof. (Dr.) O.

P. Aggarwal
,

Emeritus Scientist, CSIR, New Delhi.

43.

Dr. Munish Garg
,

Maharshi Dayand University, Roh
tak.

44.

Dr. T. Sen
,
Jadavpur University, Kolkata.

45.

Dr. N.N. Mahadevan
,
ISF College, Moga.

46.

Prof. (Dr.) Gurcharan Kaur
,
Dept.
o
f Biotechnology, Guru Nanak Dev University,
Amritsar, Punjab.

47.

Dr. Pratap Kumar Pati
,

Head of Dept. o
f Biotechnology, Guru Nanak Dev Un
iversity,
Amritsar, Punjab.

48.

Dr. M. Ali
,
Ex. Dean & Head, Faculty of Pharmacy, JamiaHamdard, New Delhi.

49.

Prof. (Dr.) R. Zafar
,
Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi.

50.

Dr. P. Tiwari
,

Head, Dept. o
f Pharmacy Practice, National Institute of Pharmac
eutical
Sciences

(NIPER)
, Mohali, Chandigarh.

51.

Prof. (Dr.) Vinod Dixit
,
Ex.
Head of Dept., Dr. Hari Singh Gour University, Sagar, M.P.

52.

Dr. A. K. Singhai
,
Prof
. o
f Pharmacognosy & Ex. HOD, Dr. Hari Singh Gour
University, Sgar, M.P.

53.

Dr. OM Silakari
,
Dept. o
f
Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Punjab University, Patiala,
Punjab.

54.

Prof. Pramil Tiwari
,
Head, Deept. o
f Pharmacy Practice, NIPER, Chandigarh.

55.

Dr. Abdul Faruk
,
Dept. Of Pharmaceutical Sciences, GNDU, Amritsar.

56.

Dr. Shailendra K Singh
,
Associate Prof. Dept. Of Pha
rmaceutical Sciences, Guru
Jambeshwar University o
f

Science& Technology, Hisar
-
125001.

57.

Dr. P.L. Sharma
,

M.D., Ph.D. (London), Prof. Emeritus PGI (Chandigarh), Director,
Clinical Reasearch, ISF College of Pharmacy, Moga.









(c)

Adjunct Faculty







(d)

Guest Faculty









Ms. Anupreet Kaur


(e)

Permanent Faculty Student Ratio




=


1:
1
5


Number of faculty employed and left during the last three years


(a)

Faculty employed during last three years
:

30





(b)

Faculty left during last
three years

:

09






7.

Profile of Director/Principal with Qualifications, Total Experience, Age and
duration of employment at the Institute concerned.



Dr. Hayat M. Mukhtar
, Ph.D., M. Pharm
, 13

years, 41
years


Shaheed Bhagat Singh College o
f Pharmacy, Patti (Tarn Taran)


Telephone Number: 01851
-
245726
,

98144
-
44618




E
-
Mail:
hayat18@rediffmail.com


8.

FEE


(a)

Details of

fee, as approved by State fee a
s per the

norms of

PTU
, Jalandhar &
PSBTE & IT, Chandigarh.



9


Committee
for

the

Institution.





(b)
Total
fee for the entire
Programme
:
M. Pharm (Pharmacognosy)
:
2,52,000/
-








M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics): 2,52,000/
-








B. Pharm: 2,66,500/
-








D. Pharm: 51,500/
-





(
c
)

No. of Fee waiver s
tudents granted with amount:
03
, 2,66,500/
-









(d)

Number of scholarship offered by the Institute, duration and amount


Depending on merit as given in our prospectus.




(e)

Criteria

for fee

waivers/scholarship
(a)

Merit
in
University

Examination


(b)
Economic Status


(c) SC/ST Case.



(f)

Estimated cost of
boarding

and Lodging in Hostels






Rs.
9000/
pe
r semester



9,

ADMISSION


(a)

Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval
60

in each Branch


Year of Approval



200
9
-
10

2010
-
11


2011
-
12


B. Pharmacy




60


60



60



(b)

Number of students admitted under various categories each year
in the last three years




As per


PTU norms
Year of Admission


2009
-
10

2010
-
11

2011
-
2012





B.Pharmacy


18


21


21


.


(c)

Number of applications received during last tw
o years for admission under Management
Quota and number admitted.

Applications Received during last two year


63

Admissions under management quota


40




I.

Starting of the Academic session



26
th

June
, 20
1
2



As per PTU, Jalandhar Information Broucher
, Rule for readjustment/repaid of initial
deposit & other fee is as follows:



(a)

The intial deposit of Rs. 7500.00 by a student shall stand forfeited, if he/she



(i)

D
oes not pay requisite tuition and other fees within stipulated time to th
e
allotted College/University.


10



(ii
)

does not continue the course of study after first semester.




(iv)

does not attend classes within 07 days of start of session.



(b)

Tuition fee and other charges paid by the candidate shall be refundable (after
deduc
ting 10% of the tuition fee of the first semester) only if the candidate has
surrendered the seat with the respective college by 7
th

January, 2012

under

intimation to the University.


No refund shall be admissible after this cut off date.




11 CRITERIA A
ND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION


(a) Describe each criterion with its respective weightages

(i)

Highest marks in

i.e., Admission
Test

marks in qualifying examination etc.




Qualifying examination.





(b)


Mention the

minimum level of acceptance, if any.
--



Pass marks in 10+2
Examination

(Physics,
Chemistry
as compulsory subjects, along with
Math
/Bio
-
Technology/Computer
Science/Biology

and for direct admission in 2
nd

year; diploma in
Pharmacy
from PSBTE
Chandigar
h/

Punjabi University, P
atiala or any other university or any state board
of technical
education

provided that the diploma or the institute is duly approved by the AICTE.


(c)

Mention the cut
-
off levels of percentage &
percentile
--
Pass marks as per boar
d rules



scores of the candidates in the admission test for

the last three years


(d) Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate

Test not held
.

C
andidate


for all candidates who were admitted.


admitted on merit basis
.







12
APPLICATION FORM


Downloadable application
form,
with onlin
e submission possibilities

www.s
bspharmacypatti
.org

13 LIST OF APPLICANTS

List of candidates whose applications have been received alongwith percentile/ percentage score
for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats.

List of candidates
who have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Management quota seats.



14. RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER MANAGEMENT SEATSNACANT SEATS.



11

Composition of selection team for admission under

Management Quota with b
rief prof
ile of
members
(This information be made available in the public domain after the admission
process is over)








(a)

Score of the individual candidates admitted

arranged in order of merit.







(c)

List of candidates who have been offered admissio
n Waiting list of the candidates in
order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates.


(b)

List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each ca
tegory
before operation
of waiting list.


15.

IN
FORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES



AVAILABLE
ON WEBSITE:
www.sbspharmacypatti.org


LIBRARY

(a) Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme wise)


S.No. No. of Titles

No. of Volumes
Journals

National

Internation
al

S.No

Course(s)


Number of titles of the
books

Number of volumes

Number of Journals

National

International

Required

Available

Required

Available

Required

Available

Required

Available

1.

B. Pharmacy


6
57


13,343


43


0
5

2.










3.










4.










































(b)

List of online National/Inte
rnational Journals subscribed

Available

(Total 457 Nos.)


(
c)

E
-
Library facilities






Available


LABORATORY


For each Laboratory


(a)

List of Major Equipment/Facilit
ies



S.No

Name of Instrument

Total Quantity

Name of lab.

UG /PG /
Diploma

1

HPLC

1

CIF

PG

2

U.V.spectrophotometer
double beam

1

CIF

PG

3

Brooke field
viscometer

1

CIF

PG

4

Digital
1

CIF

PG


12

photocalorimeter

5

Auto karl fischer

1

C.IF

PG

6

Semi auto
analyser

1

CIF

PG

7

Digital pH meter

2

CIF

PG

8

Microprocessor based
pH meter

2

CIF

PG

9

Digital conductivity
meter

2

CIF

PG

10

U.V.spectrophotometer
single beam

1

CIF

PG

11

Digital melting point
apparatus

1

CIF

PG

12

Digital potentiometer

1

CIF

PG

13

Digital colony counter

2

CIF

PG

14

Sonicator

1

CIF

PG

15

Polarazing microscope

1

CIF

PG

16

Binocular microscope

2

CIF

PG

17

Travelling microscope

2

CIF

PG

18

6 stage Tablet
dissolution apparatus

1

CIF

PG

19

Projection microscope

1

CIF

PG

20

Abbe’
猠se晲ac瑯te瑥t

1

CIc





m桡獥 c牯獣潰o

1

CIc





䵯楳瑵牥⁢ 污湣e

1

CIc





m潬慲業e瑥t

1

CIc





售r⸠.桡浢mr

1

CIc





Ce湴牦畧u瑩潮慣桩湥

1

CIc





c物r扩b楴y a灰pra瑵t

1

䡯獰楴a氠慮搠
m桡牭rcy慢





䅵瑯A污癥

1

䡯獰楴a氠慮搠
m桡牭rcy慢





呡扬整⁤楳獯汵s楯渠
a灰p牡瑵t

1

䡯獰楴a氠慮搠
m桡牭rcy慢





䑩獴楬污瑩潮⁵湩t

1

䡯獰楴a氠慮搠
m桡牭rcy慢





䵥c桡湩na氠獨慫lr

2


䡯獰楴a氠慮搠
m桡牭rcy慢





Ce湴物晵条瑩潮o
浡m桩湥

2

䡯獰楴a氠慮搠
m桡牭rcy慢





B汯睥r

1

P’cology lab





o潴慴楮o⁤牵

5

P’cology lab





S瑥瑨潳t潰o



P’cology lab





o潴愠o潤

1

P’cology lab





䅣瑩癩vy⁣age

5

P’cology lab





䡩獴a浩湥⁣桡浢敲

1

P’cology lab





佲ga渠扡瑨



P’cology lab





S灩牯浥瑥t

1

P’cology

污l




13

40

Pole climbing
apparatus

1

P’cology lab





C潮癵汳潭整or

1

P’cology lab





䵩捲潳o潰o

P

P’cology lab





䅮来汳l潭整o爠r瑡楬t
a湤⁦汩捫n

1

P’cology lab





䅮来汳l潭整o爠re摤y
桯琠灬a瑥t

1

P’cology lab





ia浩湡爠r楲ic汯眠
Be湣h

1

䵩捲漠污o





䡯琠灬慴e

1

䵩捲漠污o





Inc畢u瑯t

2

䵩捲漠污o





呩獳Te⁦汯瑡瑩潮⁢o瑨

1

䵩捲漠污o





䅵瑯A污癥

1

䵩捲漠污o





䅳A灴pc⁣桡浢mr

2

䵩捲漠污o





䑩獴楬a瑩潮⁵湩o

1

䵩捲漠污o





ta瑥t⁢ 瑨

1

P’analysis lab





䡯e

灬慴p

1

P’analysis lab





䡥a瑩ng慮瑬攠㔰ね

5

P’cognosy lab





吮i⹃⁳灲ayer

2

P’cognosy lab





me牣潬慴潲

2

P’cognosy lab





䵵晦e氠晵lna湣e

1

P’cognosy lab





䵡gne瑩c⁳瑩牲er

1

P’cognosy lab





䵩捲潳o潰o



P’cognosy lab





䡥a瑩ng慮瑬攠㔰ね

7

P’chemistry lab





䡥a瑩ng慮瑬攠
㄰〰浬

P

P’chemistry lab





䵡gne瑩c⁳瑩牲er

2

P’chemistry lab





me牣潬慴潲

2

P’chemistry lab





ta瑥t⁢ 瑨

1

P’chemistry lab





䡯琠e楲癥n

1

P’chemistry lab





䵥汴楮i

灯楮p
a灰p牡瑵t

2

P’chemistry lab





ta瑥t⁢ 瑨

1

P’ceutics lab





䵡gne瑩c⁳瑩牲er

1

P’ceutics lab





呡扬整⁤楳楮iegra瑩潮o
a灰p牡瑵t

1

P’ceutics lab





䡯琠e楲癥n

1

P’ceutics lab





䅣瑩癩vy⁣age

1

P’cology lab

摩灬潭o



oa扢楴⁣
a来

4

P’cology lab

摩灬潭o



o潴慴楮o⁤牵

5

P’cology lab

摩灬潭o



S瑥瑨潳t潰o



P’cology lab

摩灬潭o



䅮A汥獩潭整lr

1

P’cology lab

摩灬潭o



䵡gne瑩c⁳瑩牲er

1

P’ceutics lab

摩灬潭o



me牣潬慴潲

P

P’ceutics lab

摩灬潭o



䡯琠灬慴e

2

P’ceuti
c猠污s

摩灬潭o



呡扬整⁤楳獯汵s楯渠
1

P’ceutics lab

摩灬潭o


14

apparatus

80

Water bath

1

P’chemistry lab

摩灬潭o



䡯琠灬慴e

P

P’chemistry lab

摩灬潭o



䵥汴楮i⁰潩湴
a灰p牡瑵t

6

P’chemistry lab

摩灬潭o



䵩捲潳o潰o



P’cognosy lab

摩灬潭o



㘠獴a
ge⁤楳 潬畴楯渠
a灰p牡瑵t

1

P’ceutics lab (1)





䑩獴楬污瑩潮⁵湩t

1

P’ceutics lab (1)





䅭灯畬攠A楬汩湧
浡m桩湥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





䅭灯畬攠Aa獨楮g
浡m桩湥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





Ca灳畬e⁦楬 楮i
浡m桩湥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





呡扬b
琠摩獳潬畴u潮o
a灰p牡瑵t

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





䵯湳慮瑯⁨M牤湥獳s
瑥獴tr

5

P’ceutics lab (2)





m晩f楥i⁨ 牤湥獳⁴e獴敲

5

P’ceutics lab (2)





䵩Mer

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





佩湴le湴⁦楬n楮i
浡m桩湥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





佩湴le湴⁳敡汩湧
浡m桩湥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





S楮i汥⁰畮l栠瑡扬h琠
浡m桩湥

P

P’ceutics lab (2)





S桡步r

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





呡扬整⁣潡瑩ng⁰ n

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





S潤極o慭

1

P’ceutics lab (2)





呡扬整⁴物b畲u瑥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1


楳ie爠獥a汩ng c桩湥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

Ca灳畬e⁦楬 楮i⁨潰灥r

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

䵩硩湧⁵湩

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

呡扬整⁰be獳sr

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

噩s氠獥l汩湧ac桩湥

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

B汯睥r

1

P’ceutics lab
⠲(



㄰1

呡扬整⁤yes



P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

B汥湤lr

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

噩s氠獥l汩湧ac桩湥h
睩瑨潴潲

2

P’ceutics lab (2)



㄰1

c物r扩b楴y a灰pra瑵t

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



ㄱ1

Ce湴物晵条瑩潮o
浡m桩湥

2

P’ceutics lab (2)



ㄱ1

䡯琠e楲

潶on

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



ㄱ1

噡cc畭⁰畭p

1

P’ceutics lab (2)



ㄱ1

呡扬整⁤楳楮iegra瑩潮o
1

P’ceutics lab (2)




15

apparatus


COMPUTING FACILITIES


(a)

Number and Configuration of system


7
0

(Pentium IV)










(b)

Total number of systems connect
ed by LAN

All


(c)

Total number of systems connected to WAN

N
ot yet


(d)

Internet bandwidth






4.2

M
bps.




(e)

Major software packages available



MS Office
2007,
2003,

C, C
++




(f)

Special purpose facilities available



Net lab open up to 10 PM
, Wi
-
Fi.



WORKSHOP

(a)

List of facilities available


Not applicable



(b)

Games and Sports facilities


Football ground, Volleyball ground, Badminton

court, Cricket pitch,
Table tennis (separate for boys
& girls), Kabaddi Ground,
Athletics track
s.



Extra Curriculum Activities


i
.

Cultural

Fest

ii

NSS

iii Model Presentation

iv Paper Presentation

v

Pharmacy Week Celebration

vi

Welcome

Party

vii

Farewell Party



Soft

Skill Development Facilities



Well maintained seminar / conference hall



Numbers of Class Room





Existing Programmes:













12


16

20.

Building



1. Available Bui
lt up area per s
tudent 2
3.75
sqm

2. Total Built up Area for the existing programme(s)

5226

sqm


Particulars

Area
required as
per norms
(Sq.M)

Building with
RCC Roof
(Sq.M)

Building with

Sheet Roof

(if suitable for
Educational Institution)

(Sq.M)

Total
sanctioned
intake

(
last
4 yrs. for
Engg./Pharmacy/
HMCT/ Arch. etc.
2 yrs. MBA/
PGDBM and 3
yrs. for MCA
)

Built up area
per student

Total Area
Available
(Sq.M)



Instructional Area
(Carpet Area)


3092

sqm






Administrative Area
(Carpet Are
a)


678

sqm






Amenities
(Carpet Area)


1358

sqm






Circulation & Others


214.63
sqm






Total


5342.63

sqm








Teaching Learning process

Through classroom teaching, tutorials for
problems solving, laboratory works
,
workshops, seminars, projects, training in
the industries & visit to industries.



(b)

Curricula
m

and syllabi for each of the

Please refer to
PTU website


programmes and approved by the University.

www.ptu.ac.in


(c)

Academic Calend
ar of the University.

Please refer to
PTU website











www.ptu.ac.in



(d)

Academic
Time Table




9 AM to 5 PM, One h
our each



period


(e)

Teaching Load of each Faculty.


12

to 18 lectures per
week.


(f)

Internal Continuous Evaluation System.



3 Sessional Exam as per PTU norms



and place



(g)

Students assessment of Faculty,


Assignment minimum 5 marks

System in place.




Attendance 75%



For each Post Graduate programme give the following

Not applicable


(i)

Title of the programme
:
M. Pharm (Pharmacogno
sy), M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics).






(ii)

Curricula and Syllabi
: Please refer to
PTU website:

www.ptu.ac.in





(iii)

Faculty Profile










17

Dept. of Pharmacognosy:

S
l
. No.

Name

Designation

Qualification

01


02

03

04


0
5

0
6


0
7

Dr. Hayat

M.
Mukhtar

Dr. Perwez Alam

D
r. Babar Ali

Mr. Chandan
Chatterjee

Ms. Pooja Puri

Ms. Poonam
Wadhan

Mr. Varinderpal
Singh

Director cum
Principal

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor


Assistant P
rofessor

PhD., M. Pharm.,
B.Sc.

PhD., M. Pharm.

PhD., M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.


M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.


M. Pharm.

De
pt. of Pharmaceutics
:

S
l
. No.

Name

Designation

Qualification

01


02

03

04

05

06


07

08

D
r. Anandamoy
Rudra

Mr. Subhadip Saha

Ms. Rajni Bagga

Mr.
Akhil Saraswet

Mr. Mukul Kaushik

Ms Samvedna
Aggarwal

Mr. Dinesh Sharma

Mr. Amit Kumar

Associate Professor


Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor


Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor

PhD., M
. Pharm.


M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.


M. Pharm.

M. Pharm.


Laboratory facilities

exclusive to the PG programme
:



Dept. of Pharmacognosy:

Sl. No.

Name of the Laboratory

Name of the Major Equipment

01



02

PG Research Lab
-
1
(
Natura
l Product Research
Lab
)
.

PG Research Lab
-
2

(
Modern Analytical
Technique Lab
)
.

Rotary vaccum evaporator

BOD incubator

Mechanical shaker

Centrifugation machine

Tray dryer

Wrist action shaker

Vaccum pump

Hot air oven

Muffal furnance

Activity cage

Magnetic sti
rrer

Humidity chamber

Analgesiometer (tail flick)

Analgesiometer (eddy hot plate)

Dept. of Pharmaceutics:

Sl. No.

Name of the Laboratory

Name of the Major Equipment

01


PG Lab
-
1 (Pharmaceutics)


6 stage dissolution apparatus


18

02

PG Lab
-
2 (Pharmaceutics)

Distillation unit

Ampoule filling machine

Ampoule washing machine

Capsule filling machine

Tablet dissolution apparatus

Monsanto hardness tester

Pfizier hardness tester

Ointment filling machine

Ointment sealing machine

Single punch tablet machine

Tablet co
ating pan

Blister sealing machine

Capsule filling hopper

Mixing unit

Tablet presser

Vial sealing machine

Blender

Vial sealing machine with motor

Friability apparatus

Centrifugation machine

Hot air oven

Vaccum pump

Tablet disintegration apparatus





Speci
al Purpose


Software, all design tools in case Academic Calendar and frame work Research focus


List of typical research projects.


Industry Linkage

Publications (if any) out of research in last thre
e years out of masters projects as regular basis.


Pl
acement status

Independent Placement Cell.

Admission Procedure Fee Structure

Hostel Facilities

Contact address of
coordinator

of the PG programme

Name: Dr. Hayat M Mukhtar

Address
: SBS College of Pharmacy, Patti


Telephone E
-
mail
: 098144 44618, hayat18
@rediffmail.com



Note: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal
action.