Faculty of Health Sciences

About the Faculty of Health Sciences

The School of Pharmaceutical Studies and health sciences at Dr. K. N. Modi University, was established in 2016 and is approved by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi. Faculty of Health Sciences offers D. Pharmacy, B. Pharmacy and M. Pharmacy courses, in the state discipline. The Department has highly qualified, experienced and research-oriented faculty .Pharmacy is the science and technique of preparing, dispensing, and reviewing drugs and providing additional clinical services. It is a health profession that links health sciences with pharmaceutical sciences and aims to ensure the safe, effective, and affordable use of drugs. The professional practice is becoming more clinically oriented as most of the drugs are now manufactured by pharmaceutical industries. Providing direct patient care in the community of institutional pharmacies are considered clinical pharmacy.

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Principal
 Prof. (Dr.) Shailesh Sharma
M. Pharm, PhD.
School of Pharmaceutical Studies,
Faculty of Health Science
The School of Pharmaceutical Studies at Dr. K.N.Modi University was established in 2016 and continuously focus to develop well qualified academicians and pharmacist in Heath Sector. The Department has highly qualified, experienced and research-oriented faculty. We at DKNMU follow innovative teaching methodology which 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, and National & International Conferences , industrial visits  periodically. The faculties are highly motivated toward research and are active in publishing papers and articles.
Prof. (Dr.) Shailesh Sharma
M. Pharm, PhD.
Principal, 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

  • To improve the lives of people locally and globally through a climate of discovery to develop future leaders in pharmacy practice and science.
  • To 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

GURU PURNIMA CELEBRATION

  • On the day of 16/07/2019 Tuesday we celebrated Guru poornima at our Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, Rajsthan celebrated Guru Purnima is celebrated with much gust and galore throughout India. It is a day when the students or the disciples celebrate the role of their Guru in their lives.

TRIBUTE TO SOLDIERS:-

  • In the memories of soldiers of Pulwama attack on 15th Aug 2019. The Indian soldier is a role model for the people of India. Scrupulously honest, positively secular, completely apolitical, with an ethos of working hard, simple needs and frugal habits, he is the epitome of courage and unflinching devotion to duty. More than any other group or community in the country, the Indian soldier embodies and represents the idea of India. Some highlights of the events are given below:-

CONVOCATION DAY

  • On the occasion of foundation day of Dr. K. N. Modi University, University organized convocation for the studied students of the university. Convocation is a group of people formally assembled for a special purpose, mostly ecclesiastical or academic. On 23rd February 2019 this was organized. Students and faculties of pharmacy actively participated in that educational event.. Such highlights of that event are given below:-

PO and CO

Programme Outcomes (POs) : 12

POs describe what students are expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the programme. The aims and objectives of the Pharmacy course are “The Pharmacy graduates are required to learn and acquire adequate knowledge and necessary skills to practice the profession of pharmacy. They are required to acquire in-depth knowledge of synthesis, analysis, formulation, quality assurance and storage of various pharmaceutical dosage forms including herbal medicines. The graduates should understand the concept of community pharmacy, be able to participate in health care programmes and should also act as a bridge between the Physician and Patients for achieving better health of community"

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Modern tool usage: Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.
  • 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.
  • 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).
  • Pharmaceutical Ethics: Honour 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.
  • Adequate scientific information: scientific information regarding basic principles of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal chemistry, Pharmaceutics including Cosmetology, Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy. They will also have hands on training of practical aspects of Synthesis of APIs and its intermediates along with Formulation and Development, Analysis and Quality assurance of various pharmaceutical dosage forms including those of herbal origin as per standards of official books, WHO, and other regulatory agencies.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. Self- assess and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs and to satisfy these needs on an ongoing basis.

Programme Educational Objectives/ Programme Specific Outcomes  [PEOs / PSOs] of Pharmacy: 5

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

PEO 5: 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.


Course Outcomes (COs) :

01BPH101T. HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I

  • Explain the gross morphology, structure and functions of various organs of the human body.
  • Describe the various homeostatic mechanisms and theirimbalances.
  • Identify the various tissues and organs of different systems of humanbody.
  • Perform the various experiments related to special senses and nervoussystem.
  • Appreciate coordinated working pattern of different organs of eachsystem

01BPH102T. PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS 

  • understand the principles of volumetric and electro chemicalanalysis
  • carryout various volumetric and electrochemicaltitrations
  • develop analyticalskills

 01BPH103T. PHARMACEUTICS- I 

  • Know the history of profession ofpharmacy
  • Understand the basics of different dosage forms, pharmaceutical incompatibilities and pharmaceuticalcalculations
  • Understand the professional way of handling theprescription
  • Preparation of various conventional dosageforms

01BPH104T. PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

  • know the sources of impurities and methods to determine the impurities ininorganic drugs and pharmaceuticals
  • understand the medicinal and pharmaceutical importance of inorganiccompounds

01BPH105T. COMMUNICATION SKILLS 

  • Understand the behavioral needs for a Pharmacist to function effectively in the areas of pharmaceutical operation
  • Communicate effectively (Verbal and NonVerbal)
  • Effectively manage the team as a team player
  • Develop interview skills
  • Develop Leadership qualities and essentials

01BPH106R REMEDIAL BIOLOGY

know the classification and salient features of five kingdoms of life

understand the basic components of anatomy & physiology of plant

know understand the basic components of anatomy & physiology animal with special reference to human

01BPH106MT. REMEDIAL MATHEMATICS

  • Solve the different types of problems by applying theory
  • Appreciate the important application of mathematics in Pharmacy

01BPH201T. HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY-II

  • Explain the gross morphology, structure and functions of various organs of the human body.
  • Describe the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances.
  • Identify the various tissues and organs of different systems of human body.
  • Perform the hematological tests like blood cell counts, haemoglobin estimation, bleeding/clotting time etc and also record blood pressure, heart rate, pulse and respiratory volume.
  • Appreciate coordinated working pattern of different organs of each system
  • Appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning (homeostasis) of human body.

01BPH202T. PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY –I (Theory)45 Hours

  • write the structure, name and the type of isomerism of the organic compound
  • write the reaction, name the reaction and orientation of reactions
  • account for reactivity/stability of compounds,
  • identify/confirm the identification of organic compound

01BPH203T.BIOCHEMISTRY

  • Understand the catalytic role of enzymes, importance of enzyme inhibitors in design of new drugs, therapeutic and diagnostic applications ofenzymes.
  • Understand   the    metabolism    of   nutrient molecules      in    physiological    and pathologicalconditions.
  • Understand the genetic organization of mammalian genome and functions of DNA in the synthesis of RNAs and proteins.

01BPH204T.  PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

  • Describe the etiology and pathogenesis of the selected diseasestates;
  • Name the signs and symptoms of the diseases; and
  • Mention the complications of the diseases.

01BPH205T.  COMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN PHARMACY

  • know the various types of application of computers inpharmacy
  • know the various types ofdatabases
  • know the various applications of databases inpharmacy

01BPH206T. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES

  • Create the awareness about environmental problems among learners.
  • Impart basic knowledge about the environment and its allied problems.
  • Develop an attitude of concern for the environment.
  • Motivate learner to participate in environment protection and environment improvement.
  • Acquire skills to help the concerned individuals in identifying and solving environmental problems.
  • Strive to attain harmony with Nature.

02BPH301T. PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY –II

  • write the structure, name and the type of isomerism of the organic compound
  • write the reaction, name the reaction and orientation of reactions
  • account for reactivity/stability of compounds,
  • prepare organic compounds

02BPH302T. PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS-I

  • Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in the designing the dosage forms
  • Know the principles of chemical kinetics & to use them for stability testing and determination of expiry date of formulations
  • Demonstrate use of physicochemical properties in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms.

02BPH303T. PHARMACEUTICAL MICROBIOLOGY

  •  Introduction, history of microbiology, its branches, scope and its importance.
  •  Identification of bacteria using staining techniques
  •  method of sterilization.Evaluation of the efficiency of sterilization methods.

02BPH304T.  PHARMACEUTICAL ENGINEERING

  • To know various unit operations used in Pharmaceuticalindustries.
  • To understand the material handlingtechniques.
  • To perform various processes involved in pharmaceutical manufacturingprocess.
  • To carry out various test to prevent environmentalpollution.
  • To appreciate and comprehend significance of plant lay out design for optimum use ofresources.
  • To appreciate the various preventive methods used for corrosion control in Pharmaceuticalindustries.

02BPH401T.  PHARMACEUTICAL ORGANIC CHEMISTRY –III

  • understand the methods of preparation and properties of organic compounds
  • explain the stereo chemical aspects of organic compounds and stereo chemical reactions
  • know the medicinal uses and other applications of organic compounds

02BPH402T. MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY – I

  • understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacological activity
  • understand the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value of drugs
  • know the Structural Activity Relationship (SAR) of different class of drugs
  • write the chemical synthesis of some drugs.

02BPH403T. PHYSICAL PHARMACEUTICS-II

  • Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in the designing the dosage forms
  • Know the principles of chemical kinetics & to use them for stability testing nad determination of expiry date of formulations
  •   Demonstrate use of physicochemical properties in the formulation development and evaluation of dosage forms.

02BPH404T.  PHARMACOLOGY-I

  • Understand the pharmacological actions of different categories of drugs
  • Explain the mechanism of drug action at organ system/sub cellular/ macromolecular levels.
  • Apply the basic pharmacological knowledge in the prevention and treatment of various diseases.
  • Observe the effect of drugs on animals by simulated experiments
  • Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with other bio medical sciences.

02BPH405T. PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY I 

  •  to know the techniques in the cultivation and production of crude drugs
  • to know the crude drugs, their uses and chemical nature
  • know the evaluation techniques for the herbal drugs
  • to carry out the microscopic and morphological evaluation of crude drugs

03BPH501T. MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY – II

  • Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their pharmacologicalactivity
  • Understand the drug metabolic pathways, adverse effect and therapeutic value of drugs
  • Know the Structural Activity Relationship of different class ofdrugs
  • Study the chemical synthesis of selecteddrugs

03BPH 502 T. Industrial Pharmacy I

  • Know the various pharmaceutical dosage forms and their manufacturing techniques.
  • Know various considerations in development of pharmaceutical dosageforms
  • Formulate solid, liquid and semisolid dosage forms and evaluate them for their quality

03BPH503T. PHARMACOLOGY-II

  • Understand the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different diseases
  • Demonstrate isolation of different organs/tissues from the laboratory animals by simulated experiments
  • Demonstrate the various receptor actions using isolated tissue preparation
  • Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences

03BPH504 T. PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY II 

  • to know the modern extraction techniques, characterization and identification of the herbal drugs and phyto-constituents
  • to understand the preparation and development of herbal formulation.
  • to understand the herbal drug interactions
  • to carryout isolation and identification of phyto-constituents.

03BPH505T. PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE

  • The Pharmaceutical legislations and their implications in the development and marketing of pharmaceuticals.
  • Various Indian pharmaceutical Acts and Laws
  • The regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals
  • The code of ethics during the pharmaceutical practice

03BPH601T. MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY – III

  • Understand the importance of drug design and different techniques of drug design.
  • Understand the chemistry of drugs with respect to their biological activity.
  • Know the metabolism, adverse effects and therapeutic value of drugs.
  • Know the importance of SAR of drugs.

03BPH602T.  PHARMACOLOGY-III

  • Understand the mechanism of drug action and its relevance in the treatment of different infectious diseases
  • Comprehend the principles of toxicology and treatment of various poisonings and
  • Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with related medical sciences.

03BPH603 T.  HERBAL DRUG TECHNOLOGY 

  • understand raw material as source of herbal drugs from cultivation to herbal drug product
  • know the WHO and ICH guidelines for evaluation of herbaldrugs
  • know the herbal cosmetics, natural sweeteners, nutraceuticals
  • appreciate patenting of herbal drugs, GMP.

 03BPH604T. BIOPHARMACEUTICS AND PHARMACOKINETICS

  • Understand the basic concepts in biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics and their significance.
  • Use of plasma drug concentration-time data to calculate the pharmacokinetic parameters to describe the kinetics of drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, elimination.
  • To understand the concepts of bioavailability and bioequivalence ofdrug products and their significance.
  • Understand various pharmacokinetic parameters, their significance& applications.

03BPH605T. PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

  • Understanding the importance of Immobilized enzymes in Pharmaceutical Industries
  • Genetic engineering applications in relation to production of pharmaceuticals
  • Importance of Monoclonal antibodies in Industries
  • Appreciate the use of microorganisms in fermentation technology

03BPH606 T.PHARMACEUTICAL QUALITY ASSURANCE

  • Understand the interaction of matter with electromagnetic radiations and its applications in drug analysis
  • Understand the chromatographic separation and analysis of drugs.
  • Perform quantitative & qualitative analysis of drugs using various analytical instruments

04BPH702T. INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY II

  • Know the process of pilot plant and scale up of pharmaceutical dosage forms
  • Understand the process of technology transfer from lab scale to commercial batch
  • Know different Laws and Acts tha tregulate pharmaceutical industry
  • Understand the approval process and regulatory requirements for drug products

04BPH703T. PHARMACY PRACTICE

  • know various drug distribution methods in a hospital
  • appreciate the pharmacy stores management and inventory control
  • monitor drug therapy of patient through medication chart review and clinical review
  • obtain medication history interview and counsel the patients
  • identify drug related problems
  • detect and assess adverse drug reactions
  • interpret selected laboratory results (as monitoring parameters in therapeutics) of specific disease states
  • know pharmaceutical care services
  • do patient counseling in community pharmacy;
  • appreciate the concept of Rational drug therapy.

04BPH704 T : NOVEL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS

  • To understand various approaches for development of novel drug deliverysystems.
  • To understand the criteria for selection of drugs and polymers for the development of Novel drug delivery systems, their formulation andevaluation

04BPH801T. BIOSTATISITCS AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

  • Know the operation of M.S. Excel, SPSS, R and MINITAB®, DOE (Design of Experiment)
  • Know the various statistical techniques to solve statistical problems
  • Appreciate statistical techniques in solving the problems.

04BPH802T. SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE PHARMACY

  • Acquire high consciousness/realization of current issues related to health and pharmaceutical problems within the country and worldwide.
  • Have a critical way of thinking based on current health care development.
  • Evaluate    alternative    ways    of    solving    problems     related    to health    and pharmaceutical issues

04BPH803ET. PHARMA MARKETING MANAGEMENT

  •  To provide an understanding of marketing concepts and techniques and their applications in the pharmaceutical industry.

 04BPH804 ET: PHARMACEUTICAL REGULATORY SCIENCE

  •  Know about the process of drug discovery anddevelopment
  • Know the regulatory authorities and agencies governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals
  • Know the regulatory approval process and their registration in Indian and  international markets.

04BPH805 ET: PHARMACOVIGILANCE

  • Why drug safety monitoring is important?
  • History and development of pharmacovigilance
  • National and international scenario o fpharmacovigilance
  • Dictionaries, coding and terminologies used in pharmacovigilance
  • Detection of new adverse drug reactions and their assessment
  • International standards for classification of diseases and drugs
  • Adverse drug reaction reporting systems and communication in pharmacovigilance
  • Methods to generate safety data during pre clinical, clinical and post approval phases of drugs’ life cycle
  • Drug safety evaluation in paediatrics, geriatrics, pregnancy and lactation
  • Pharmacovigilance Program of India (PvPI) requirement for ADR reporting in India
  • ICH guidelines for ICSR, PSUR, expedited reporting, pharmacovigilance planning
  • CIOMS requirements for ADR reporting
  • Writing case narratives of adverse events and their quality.

04BPH806ET.. QUALITY CONTROL AND STANDARDIZATION OF HERBALS

  • know WHO guidelines for quality control of herbal drugs
  • know Quality assurance in herbal drug industry
  • know the regulatory approval process and their registration in Indian and international markets
  • appreciate EU and ICH guidelines for quality control of herbal drugs

04BPH807 ET. COMPUTER AIDED DRUG DESIGN

  • Design and discovery of lead molecules
  • The role of drug design in drug discovery process
  • The concept of QSAR and docking
  • Various strategies to develop new drug like molecules.
  • The design of new drug molecules using molecular modeling software

 04BPH808ET: CELL AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY

  • Summarize cell and molecular biology history.
  • Summarize cellular functioning and composition.
  • Describe the chemical foundations of cell biology.
  • Summarize the DNA properties of cell biology.
  • Describe protein structure and function.
  • Describe cellular membrane structure and function.
  • Describe basic molecular genetic mechanisms.
  • Summarize the Cell Cycle

04BPH810 ET . PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING METHODS

  • Appreciate the applications of various commonly used laboratory animals.
  • Appreciate and demonstrate    the various screening methods used in preclinical research
  • Appreciate and demonstrate the importance of biostatistics and research methodology
  • Design and execute a research hypothesis independently

04BPH811 ET.ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION TECHNIQUES

  • understand the advanced instruments used and its applications in druganalysis
  • understand the chromatographic separation and analysis ofdrugs.
  • understand the calibration of various analyticalinstruments
  • know analysis of drugs using various analyticalinstruments

04BPH812 ET. DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS AND NUTRACEUTICALS

  • Understand the need of supplements by the different group of people to maintain healthy life.
  • Understand the outcome of deficiencies in dietary supplements.
  • Appreciate the components in dietary supplements and the application.
  • Appreciate the regulatory and commercial aspects of dietary supplements including health claims.


Infrastructure / Facilities

The School of Pharmaceutical Studies at Dr. K. N. Modi University has a well-developed infrastructural facilities, well equipped labs , smart classes providing students as well as faculty  with resources to achieve best learning atmosphere. There are many labs which provide facilities to perform research  on various projects needed for the formulation   , designing , developing and acquiring knowledge of various drugs. The department provides ventilated and spacious classroom for the students to sit comfortably. The Centre of computing and networking is centralized in the University . There is   24 hours  internet facility with broad band connection. The lab is equipped with latest hardware and software both for client and server computing.

PHARMACOGNOSY LAB   

LABORATORIES

Pharmacognosy Lab

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. The  laboratory is well equipped with Compound microscope, Projecting microscope, Magnetic stirrers, Extraction and distillation unit, Muffle furnace, Polarimeter, UV chamber and many other equipment used for carrying out experiments.


Pharmaceutics Lab
Pharmaceutics Lab
The Labs are well equipped with equipment, glassware and chemicals to carry out the necessary experimentation work as prescribed curriculum. This knowledge about this lab provides a window for young and aspiring pharmacist. The objective of this lab is to provide practical exposure to the students on physical pharmaceutics, manufacturing processes.





Machine Room 
Machine Room
The machine room is well equipped with the latest machinery for the conducting various experiments  and  to learn the process of  formulating  new tablets, capsules and other dosage. The machine room consist of equipment’s Ball mill, Bottle filling machine, Capsule Filling Machine, Double Cone Blender, Homogenize, Mixer grinder, Tablet counter, Tablet Polishing Drum ,Tablet punching machine, tincture press.



PHARMACOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY LAB 

Pharmacology and Toxicology Lab
Pharmacology of drugs, their mechanisms of action, therapeutic uses, adverse effects and drug interaction are covered in theoretical classes. The  experiments exposes students to techniques including equipment set-up, force transducer calibration, tissue dissection and mounting, and dose-response assays and analysis.The lab consist of equipment’s like Sherington’s rotating drum, Simple lever, Dissecting Set, Refrigerator, Electronic Balances, Analgesiometer (Eddy’s hot plate), Pole climbing apparatus, Actophotometer.


HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY LAB
Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab
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.


PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY LABORATORY
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory
In this laboratory the experiments are based on qualitative and quantitative determination of impurities present in various inorganic compounds. The experiment aims at separation and identification of inorganic and organic mixture.


PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS LABORATORY
Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory

The experiments are based on qualitative and quantitative determination of impurities present in various inorganic compounds. The experiments aimed at separation and identification of inorganic and organic mixture are also carried out in this lab. The lab is well equipped with equipment with potentiometers, conductometers, Digital PH meters, Sophisticated hot air oven, Sophisticated hot air oven.


Evaluation Scheme

Course syllabus and evaluation scheme as per Pharmacy council of India.

Student / Faculty Achievement

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS -FACULTY

S.NO.

FACULTY NAME

DESIGNATION 

ACHIEVEMENTS

1

Prof. (Dr.) Shailesh Sharma
Principal/HOD
MEMBERSHIP:
Indian Pharmacy Graduate’s Association.
Indian Pharmaceutical Association.
Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India-[LM-Raj-356]
Rajasthan Pharmacy Council. [Registered Pharmacist. No. 19176]. India.
SOPI -[LM-Raj-499]
PGHTN -[LM-Raj-052]

2

Mr. Manmohan Sharma
Associate Professor
Participated in International Conference on Innovation in Pharmaceutical, Medical and Bio Sciences (ICIPMBS-2018) held at Oriental University Campus, Indore on 29th& 30th Sept 2018.
Participated in a full day workshop on “Pharmacovigilance” by Patient Safety Pharma covigilance Associates, PVPI IPC, and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. Of India organized by Oriental University on 30th September 2018.
Attended 23rd Annual National Convention of Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTICON-2018) at Swami Keshvanand Institute of Pharmacy, Jaipur.
Participated in 12th Indo-African Conference on “Trends, Challenges & Future Scenario of Pharmaceutical Sciences” organized at Arya College of Pharmacy, Jaipur.
Attended a Faculty Development Program on Achieving Academic Excellence to Develop Talent for Global Level Development held at DR. K. N. Modi University Newai on 13th& 14th June 2016.
Attended 15 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.

3

Mr. Girish Kumar Vyas
Assistant Professor
Attended a seminar on International seminar on entrepreneurship oppourtunities on aromatic and medicinal plants on 11thNovember 2019 at APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore.
Attended a workshop on National workshop on Awareness in Intellectual Property Rights for 2 days on 2-3 November 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan.
Presented review article on Occular nano drug delivery system of ofloxacin.
Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
Presented review article on Interceding role of customer satisfaction and retention in the upgrade of customer loyalty.
Presented review article on Advances in roller compactor by influence of auger speed on flakes, granules and tablet properties during drug granulation.
Attended 35 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.

4

Dr. Omveer Singh
Assistant Professor
 Attended a national conference on phytomedicines – an alternate to medicine & their molecular expression on 16-17 February, 2013 held at GLA university Mathura (U.P..)
Attended a national pharmacy week on “responsible use of antibiotics saves lives” on 23rd – 28th November, 2015 held at Nims University, Jaipur (raj.)
Attended 70th Indian pharmaceutical congress on “pharma vision 2030” on 21th-23nd December 2018 held at Amity University, Delhi ncr.
Attended 5th indo-Australian conference on “modern aspects of pharmacology and pharmaceuticals sciences” on January 08, 2018 held at maharishi Markandeshwar University (mmu), Mullana, Ambala, Haryana.
Attended 21 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.

5.

Miss. Nupur Sharma
Assistant Professor
Attended a workshop on National workshop on Awareness in Intellectual Property Rights for 2 days on 2-3 November 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan.
Presented review article on Occularnano drug delivery system of ofloxacin. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
Attended 17 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.

6.

Mr. Gajendra Singh Thakur
Assistant Professor
Research Projects
Synthesis, Characterization and evaluation of chitosan conjugated Docetaxel.
Minor Project- Computational studies on pyrazolo[1,5-c]quinazolinederivatives as PI3 Kinhibitors.
“Exploration of malonic acid derivatives c60 Fullarens for delivery of Methotrexate to Cancers Cells.” international conference nanoscience-2017 at Punjap University.
Attended 25 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.

7.

Mr. Hansraj Bishnoi
Assistant Professor
 
Attend the conference of ICMAS July 2019 at Dr.K.N.Modi University Newai, Rajasthan.
Attend the conference of SOPI 2012 at Nims University, Jaipur Rajasthan.
Attend the conference of SOPI 2011 at Nalanda Medical College & Hospital, Patna, Bihar.
Attend the conference of Indian Academy of Neurosciences at Nims University, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Attended 35 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
8. Mr. Anil SharmaAssociate Professor
Attended a workshop on National workshop on Awareness in Intellectual Property Rights for 2 days on 2-3 November 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan.
Presented review article on Occular nano drug delivery system of ofloxacin. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
Attended 20 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
9. Mr. Sunil NagarLecturerAttended 10 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
10.Mr. Deepak PatidarAssistant Professor
Published 2 articles in M. Pharmacy.
Presented review article on Occular nano drug delivery system of ofloxacin. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
Attended 20 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.

11Ms.Ankita DagurAssistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Published 2 articles in M. Pharmacy.
Presented review article on Occular nano drug delivery system of ofloxacin. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
Attended 20 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
12.Mr. Prashant KumarAssistant Professor
Attend the conference of ICMAS July 2019 at Dr.K.N.Modi University Newai, Rajasthan.
Attend the conference of SOPI 2012 at Nims University, Jaipur Rajasthan.
Attend the conference of SOPI 2011 at Nalanda Medical College & Hospital, Patna, Bihar.
Attend the conference of Indian Academy of Neurosciences at Nims University, Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Attended 09 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
13.Mr. Vaibhav SolankiAssistant Professor
Attended 70th Indian pharmaceutical congress on “pharma vision 2030” on 21th-23nd December 2018 held at Amity University, Delhi ncr.
Attended 13 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
14.Mr. Pradeep Dandotiya Lecturer
Attended a workshop on National workshop on Awareness in Intellectual Property Rights for 2 days on 2-3 November 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan.
Attended 12 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
15.Mr. Teerath Raj SharmaLecturerFresher
Attended 12 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
16.Mr. Kripa Shankar Tyagi Assistant Professor

Participated in International Conference on Innovation in Pharmaceutical, Medical and Bio Sciences (ICIPMBS-2018) held at Oriental University Campus, Indore on 29th& 30th Sept 2018.
Participated in a full day workshop on “Pharmacovigilance” by Patient Safety Pharma covigilance Associates, PVPI IPC, and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare Govt. Of India organized by Oriental University on 30th September 2018.
17.Mr. Pankaj Kumar RahangdaleAssistant ProfessorAttended a seminar on International seminar on entrepreneurship oppourtunities on aromatic and medicinal plants on 11thNovember 2019 at APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore.
Attended 22 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
18.Mr. Akshay Kumar SonyAssistant ProfessorAttended a workshop on National workshop on Awareness in Intellectual Property Rights for 2 days on 2-3 November 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan.
Attended 22 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
19.Akshit NaveriaAssistant Professor
Attended a national conference on phytomedicines – an alternate to medicine & their molecular expression on 16-17 February, 2013 held at GLA university Mathura (U.P..)
Attended a national pharmacy week on “responsible use of antibiotics saves lives” on 23rd – 28th November, 2015 held at Nims University, Jaipur (raj.)
Attended 70th Indian pharmaceutical congress on “pharma vision 2030” on 21th-23nd December 2018 held at Amity University, Delhi ncr.
Attended 22 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
20Mrs. Seema JindalAssistant Professor

Attended a workshop on National workshop on Awareness in Intellectual Property Rights for 2 days on 2-3 November 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan.
Attended 22 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.
21.Vanshika JainAssistant Professor

Fresher
Attended 17 webinars in covid-19 lockdown.


AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS -STUDENTS

S.NO.

STUDENTS NAME

COURSE

ACHIEVEMENTS

1

Jangmi Ronghang
B. Pharma
8thSemester
Participate in IIT Kanpur and BHU Badminton Competition

2

Akendra Kanwar
B. Pharma
8thSemester
Participate in IIT Kanpur and BHU  Kabbadi Competition

3

Tanuj Sainger
B. Pharma
6thSemester
Head coordinator for the Health club Activities and Departmental activities

4

Khushi Rajawat
Diploma student
2016-18
1. Utopia coordinator and dance participated in Utopia, November, 2017.
2. Participate in Dance Competition on Cultural song.
3. Group lead Head Convocation at DKNMU.

5.

Ratsongja Tokbi
B. Pharma
6th Semester
Anchoring Lead master from pharmacy group

6.

Shreyasi
B. Pharma 8thSemester
Head coordinator for the Health club Activities and Departmental activities

7.

PrateekPandey
B. Pharma 6thSemester
Coordinator for the Utopia group and other activities

8.

  1. Monik Jain,
  2. Osama Rangrej,
  3. Ramsagar yadav,
  4. Priya jaiswal
B. Pharma 6thSemester
Lead activity group for the Health club and other supportive functions.

Sponsored Research & Consultancy Projects

Research Initiatives

  • Research  has been very important aspect for higher education in Dr. K.N. Modi University since beginning.  The research gives a dynamic and highly perceptible working environment for its students and faculty with a clear objective of developing a leadership quality expansion of education particularly at higher education level.
  • In past year the research energies have extended to work on different projects by students along with the support of vibrant faculties in different fields like Engineering, Technology, Agriculture, Health Sciences, Architecture, Education and Management.

THRUST AREA OF RESEARCH

  • Marketing
  • Finance
  • Human Resource (HR)
  • International Business
  • Agri -Business
  • Service Marketing
  • Operation

PUBLICATIONS BY FACULTY 

  1. A review paper by Shailesh Sharma, Manish Patel and Gourav K Aarohi on “Noval Drug Delivery Approaches to Tuberculosis in International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Chemical Science”, Vol 7(3) ,PP- 59-67,JUNE-2018.
  2. A research paper by ShaileshSharma,ManishPatel,Gourav K Aarohi on “ Preformulation and Preparation of Rifabutin loaded solid lipid Nano particles in European journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences” Volume 5(6),PP 473-479,Sepetember-2018.
  3. A research Paper by Shailesh Sharma and Mohammad Hamid Mouiddudin on “Formulation and Development of Mucoadhesive Tablet of Posaconazole For Oral candidiasis” for publication in “Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences,Volt(5),PP-63-72,NOVember 2018.
  4. A Research Paper by Shailesh Sharma and Mohammad Hamid Mouiddudin on “Phase Solubility Assessment of Posaconazole”for publication in “Indian Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences”, volume 5 (6), PP-39-50,November 2018.
  5. Published an article in recent advances and future perspectives in chemical sciences: An Interdisciplinary Research 26-27th July 2019.
  6. Published an article in International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches& their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan.
  7. Participated and present paper in IIHMR University sponsored IPA/APTI on waste management on 25th jan.2017 in Jaipur
  8. Ocular nano drug delivery system of ofloxacin’ presented in International conference on Multidisciplinary Approches& their Scope (ICMAS-2019) held at Dr. K.N.Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan, India on 10th July. 2019.
  9. Ocular nano drug delivery system of ofloxacin’ presented in International conference on Multidisciplinary Approches& their Scope (ICMAS-2019) held at Dr. K.N.Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan, India on 10th July. 2019.
  10. Published an article in recent advances and future perspectives in chemical sciences: An Interdisciplinary Research 26-27th July 2019.
  11. Published an article in International Conference on Multidisciplinary Approaches & their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan
  12. Attended a seminar on International seminar on entrepreneurship oppourtunities on aromatic and medicinal plants on 11thNovember 2019 at APJ Abdul Kalam University, Indore.
  13. Attended a workshop on National workshop on Awareness in Intellectual Property Rights for 2 days on 2-3 November 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan.
  14. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
  15. presented review article on Occularnano drug delivery system of ofloxacin. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
  16. presented review article on Interceding role of customer satisfaction and retention in the upgrade of customer loyalty.
  17. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University ,Newai, Rajasthan.
  18. presented review article on Advances in roller compactor by influence of auger speed on flakes, granules and tablet properties during drug granulation.
  19. Published an article in Recent advances and future perspectives in chemical sciences: An Interdisciplinary Research 26-27th July on Nanomedicine in Cancer Treatment- A review.
  20. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopeson 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan presented research article on Study of Anti-Hypertensive Drugs.
  21. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches & Their Scopeson 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan presented research article on The  Assessment of  Stress as a Risk Factors for  Cardiovascular Disease.
  22. Attended a National Conference on Phytomedicines – An Alternate to Medicine & Their Molecular Expression on 16-17 February, 2013 held at GLA UNIVERSITY MATHURA (U.P.)
  23. Attended a National Pharmacy Week on “Responsible Use of Antibiotics Saves Lives” on 23rd – 28th November, 2015 held at NIMS UNIVERSITY, JAIPUR (RAJ.)
  24. Attended 70th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress on “PHARMA VISION 2030” on 21th-23nd December 2018 held at Amity University, Delhi NCR.
  25. Attended 5th Indo-Australian conference on “Modern Aspects of Pharmacology and Pharmaceuticals Sciences” on January 08, 2018 held at Maharishi Markandeshwar University (MMU), Mullana, Ambala, Haryana.
  26. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches& Their Scopeson 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan presented research article on Study of Anti-Hypertensive Drugs.
  27. Published an article in International Conference On Multidisciplinary Approches& Their Scopes on 10-11 July 2019 at Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, Rajasthan presented research article on The  Assessment of  Stress as a Risk Factors for  Cardiovascular Disease.

Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities

PURPOSE

  • Co-Curricular activities are compulsory activities which is important for every student to participate
  • Co-curricular activities are meant to bring social skills, intellectual skills, moral values, personality progress and character appeal in students.

 BENEFITS

  • Allowing students to explore strengths and talents outside of academics.
  • Helping students develop stronger time-management and organizational skills.
  • Teaching the importance of following through on commitments.
  • Giving students the opportunity to build friendships and participate in group activities outside of the tight circle of the regular classroom.


S.NO.
DATE
ACTIVITIES
1
14th November,2019
Organized Mock Interview session For D. Pharma
2
12th November,2019
Dengue Awareness Rally
3
25th September, 2019
World Pharmacist day Celebration
4
25 September,2019
Blood Donation Camp
5
5th September,2019
Teachers Day Celebration
6
1st April,2019
Sports Activity Day Celebration
7
1st April ,2019
Table Tennis and Badminton Competition
8
15th March,2019
Industrial visit to Elcon
9
15th March,2019
Tour to Amber Fort




Workshop/Guestlectures/Industrial Visit

The Institute encourages its faculty, scientists, technicians and students to interact with industry in every possible ways with the spirit of growing mutual advantage. The major modes of institute interaction are listed below:

  • Eminent Visiting faculty/professors from industries.
  • Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interest.
  • Visits of executives and eminent personalities from industries for mentoring and delivering lectures on recent trends
  • Memoranda of Understanding between the Universities and industries experts to have the two ways emotionally and strategically closer.
  • Provision for Workshops, conferences , guest lecturers from industries
  • Collaborative degree programs
  • Guidance from experts from industries for dissertation in different fields.
  • Short term courses for faculties in different government educational bodies.

1. The National Conference on Research Advances and Future Prospective in Chemical Sciences

The National Conference on Research Advances and Future Prospective in Chemical Sciences held in Dr. K. N. Modi University, Newai, and Rajasthan at University campus, Newai, Rajasthan, India from  26 July -27 July 2019. Recent Advances in Chemical sciences and Chemistry is a multifaceted topic dealing with the discovery and designing of new materials.

2. Elcon industrial visit on 15th march with students for interaction with industry

The department of Health sciences frequently arrange the industrial visit . The students of the courses D.Pharma and B.Pharma along with the faculty went on an industrial visit at Elcon Pharmaceuticals  on the date 15th of march 2019 Elcon pharmaceuticals.


Results

Institute Industry Interaction

The Institute encourages its faculty, scientists, technicians and students to interact with industry in every possible ways with the spirit of growing mutual advantage. The major modes of institute interaction are listed below:

  • Eminent Visiting faculty/professors from industries.
  • Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interest.
  • Visits of executives and eminent personalities from industries for mentoring and delivering lectures on recent trends
  • Memoranda of Understanding between the Universities and industries experts to have the two ways emotionally and strategically closer.
  • Provision for Workshops, conferences , guest lecturers from industries
  • Collaborative degree programs.
  • Guidance from experts from industries for dissertation in different fields.
  • Short term courses for faculties in different government educational bodies.
  • Various Practical training programs for the students and faculties students in industries.
  • Entrepreneurship opportunities.

Placement

BATCH 2016-18

S No.
ROLL No
STUDENT NAME
CURRENT WORKING STATUS
1
2017DPHR001
MOHAMMAD NAFEES
MACLEODS PHARMA
2
2017DPHR005
AJAY KUMAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
3
2017DPHR007
AMIT K. CHAURASIYA
 APOLLO PHARMACY
4
2017DPHR009
PRASHANT SARAF
MACLEODS PHARMA
5
2017DPHR010
MANMOHAN PAL
 APOLLO PHARMACY
6
2017DPHR014
AMRITA PAL
 APOLLO PHARMACY
7
2017DPHR016
AKHILESH KUNTAL
 APOLLO PHARMACY
8
2017DPHR017
UMESH KUMAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
9
2017DPHR025
SANTRAM MALI
 APOLLO PHARMACY
10
2017DPHR027
PABITRO VISHVAS
 MACLEODS PHARMA,
11
2017DPHR029
PARAMANAND YADAV
MACLEODS PHARMA
12
2017DPHR030
MOHAMMAD ASIF
 APOLLO PHARMACY
13
2017DPHR032
ANUJ PANDEY
 APOLLO PHARMACY
14
2017DPHR033
VIKAS SHARMA
 APOLLO PHARMACY
15
2017DPHR040
PUSHPENDRA SINGH
 APOLLO PHARMACY
16
2017DPHR042
SHUBHAM SAINI
 APOLLO PHARMACY
17
2017DPHR043
NEHAL AHMAD
 APOLLO PHARMACY
18
2017DPHR046
VISHNU NARAYAN
 APOLLO PHARMACY
19
2017DPHR048
MAHENDRA K.BAIRWA
 APOLLO PHARMACY
20
2017DPHR051
DINESH KUMAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
21
2017DPHR053
CHANDRA SHEKHAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
22
2017DPHR055
MAHENDRA NATH
 APOLLO PHARMACY
23
2017DPHR056
VISHAL YADAV
 APOLLO PHARMACY
24
2017DPHR058
AMIT KUMAR TRIPATHI
 APOLLO PHARMACY

Alumni

BATCH 2016-18

S No.
ROLL No
STUDENT NAME
CURRENT WORKING STATUS
1
2016DPHR001
AMAR HUSSAIN MANSURI
HCG HOSPITAL PHARMACIST
2
2016DPHR006
CHETAN KUMAR MEENA
SELF CLINIC WITH PRACTICE
3
2016DPHR012
MANOJ KUMAR CHOUDHARY
GOVT. JOB LAB TECH.
4
2016DPHR013
MANSI PAL
HOSPITAL PHARMACIST
5
2016DPHR014
MOHAMMAD AVID KHAN
MEDICAL STORE OWN
6
2016DPHR017
NAVED
PHARMACY SHOP
7
2016DPHR019
RAVI SHANKAR YADAV
SELF CLINIC AND SHOP
8
2016DPHR022
SATEESH KUMAR YADAV
HOSPITAL PHARMACIST
9
2016DPHR025
SURESH KUMAR SAINI
LAB TECH IN DKNMU
10
2016DPHR029
KALPIT CHAUHAN
HOSPITAL PHARMACIST
11
2016DPHR030
PRAVEEN KUMAR RATHORE
PHARMACIST SURAT
12
2016DPHR031
HARISH KUMAR
HCG HOSPITAL PHARMACIST
13
2016DPHR033
KISHOR KUMAR
MEDICAL REPRESANTATIVE
14
2016DPHR038
JITENDRA GARG
MEDICAL REPRESANTATIVE
15
2016DPHR042
SANDEEP KUMAR PATNI
SELF PHARMACY
16
2016DPHR043
NARENDRA SINGH
VATERNARY MEDICAL REPRESANTATIVE
17
2016DPHR045
VIKRAM SINGH
PHARMACIST SHOP IN JAIPUR SELF
18
2016DPHR050
BHEEMA RAM
PHARMACIST IN ANDHERI MUMBAI
19
2016DPHR052
VAISHNAV NILESH MANGILAL
SELF PHARMACY
20
2016DPHR053
BHIMA RAM
PHARMACIST SHOP SURAT
21
2016DPHR055
MUKESH KUMAR
VESTIGE NETWORK MARKETING
22
2016DPHR060
DINESH KUMAR
SELF PHARMACY PUNE

BATCH 2016-18

S No.
ROLL No
STUDENT NAME
CURRENT WORKING STATUS
1
2017DPHR001
MOHAMMAD NAFEES
MACLEODS PHARMA
2
2017DPHR005
AJAY KUMAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
3
2017DPHR007
AMIT K. CHAURASIYA
 APOLLO PHARMACY
4
2017DPHR009
PRASHANT SARAF
MACLEODS PHARMA
5
2017DPHR010
MANMOHAN PAL
 APOLLO PHARMACY
6
2017DPHR014
AMRITA PAL
 APOLLO PHARMACY
7
2017DPHR016
AKHILESH KUNTAL
 APOLLO PHARMACY
8
2017DPHR017
UMESH KUMAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
9
2017DPHR025
SANTRAM MALI
 APOLLO PHARMACY
10
2017DPHR027
PABITRO VISHVAS
 MACLEODS PHARMA,
11
2017DPHR029
PARAMANAND YADAV
MACLEODS PHARMA
12
2017DPHR030
MOHAMMAD ASIF
 APOLLO PHARMACY
13
2017DPHR032
ANUJ PANDEY
 APOLLO PHARMACY
14
2017DPHR033
VIKAS SHARMA
 APOLLO PHARMACY
15
2017DPHR040
PUSHPENDRA SINGH
 APOLLO PHARMACY
16
2017DPHR042
SHUBHAM SAINI
 APOLLO PHARMACY
17
2017DPHR043
NEHAL AHMAD
 APOLLO PHARMACY
18
2017DPHR046
VISHNU NARAYAN
 APOLLO PHARMACY
19
2017DPHR048
MAHENDRA K.BAIRWA
 APOLLO PHARMACY
20
2017DPHR051
DINESH KUMAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
21
2017DPHR053
CHANDRA SHEKHAR
 APOLLO PHARMACY
22
2017DPHR055
MAHENDRA NATH
 APOLLO PHARMACY
23
2017DPHR056
VISHAL YADAV
 APOLLO PHARMACY
24
2017DPHR058
AMIT KUMAR TRIPATHI
 APOLLO PHARMACY

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