Seth Vishambhar Nath Group Of Educational Institutions

Welcome to Seth Vishambhar Nath Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences/ Provides ALL 12TH Science passed out students to pursue D. Pharm & B. Pharm course

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

The Department of Pharmaceutical

Sciences

Seth Vishambhar Nath Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences is an excellent centre of distinction for all levels of pharmaceutical education and study in Uttar Pradesh, providing all conceivable pharmacy classes such as D. Pharm and B. Pharm. AICTE, PCI, BTE, Lucknow, and Section 2f of the UGC have all given their approval to all courses.

Faculty members at SVNIPS are highly skilled and knowledgeable from a variety of fields. Our professors belong to organisations like the IPA, APTI, ACPI, etc. Our institution has outstanding faculty who are continuously working

to make it a centre of excellence. A few of our professors have been chosen to serve as editors for prestigious publications both domestically and abroad. Faculty are kept up to speed on a daily basis by attending FDPs, seminars, conferences, and seminars.

             We firmly believe in the overall development of students and strive to develop them into accomplished experts in their chosen areas by offering labs and other top-notch infrastructure facilities. Exceptional minds are handling novel challenges to find and create new drugs and treat today’s diseases. In addition to formulation development, green technologies, phytochemistry, bioavailability improvement, innovative drug delivery systems, lifestyle disease management, and medical device development, the pharmacy department also supports study in a number of other thrust areas. For conducting study on animals and plants, SVNIPS has an animal home and herbal garden that have received CPCSEA approval. We have a mentor-student counselling system and a grievance squad that serve as a fantastic interface between students and teachers. To prepare our scholars for the professional world, we offer employment help and instruction at a competitive level.

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Achievements

Departmental Society

Vision of the Department:

To grow and achieve success in the field of pharmacy and related fields of study with the final aim of delivering superior and cutting-edge approaches to patient treatment and drug development.

Mission of the Department:

M-1: Interdisciplinary study is encouraged, and there should be a focus on building research platforms and guiding students.

M-2: Teach students to care for the needs of society by making advances to the pharma industry, neighbourhood pharmacies, and hospital practises.

M-3: Make all of our students skilled, and assist them in exploring the limitless opportunities available on a worldwide scale.

Program Educational Objectives

(PEOs)

PEO1: To be acknowledged on a national and worldwide level as a pioneer in pharmacy practise study and teaching.

PEO2: To build connections with influential people and groups in order to enhance the effectiveness of medication use and health results.

PEO3: To conduct high-quality study and impart knowledge that can improve community members’ quality of living.

PEO4: To disseminate results from study that can reduce community costs.

Program Outcomes (POs)

(Pharmacy Graduates will be able to)

PO-1 Pharmacy Knowledge: Learners will be equipped with information in the life sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, physics, chemistry, and other fields.

PO-2 Planning Abilities:  Graduates will use research-based knowledge and study techniques, such as trial design, data analysis and evaluation, and information synthesis, to offer reliable findings.

PO-3 Modern Tool Usage: The graduate will be taught how to design, pick, and implement suitable methods, resources, and contemporary pharmaceutical engineering tools, such as prediction and modelling, to challenging pharmacy tasks while being aware of their limitations.

PO-4 Problem Analysis: Graduates will be able to recognise, articulate, and analyse complicated pharmaceutical issues using fundamental scientific principles and pharmaceutical sciences to reach substantiated findings.

PO-5 Leadership Skill: The graduate will be capable of working both independently and as a team player or leader in varied organisations and multidisciplinary activities.

PO-6 Professional Identity: The graduates’ attention will be on advancing their careers and acquiring genuine learning experiences through exposure to practise and interactions with role models who are pharmacists.

PO-7 Communication: The graduate will gain the ability to successfully communicate complex pharmacy activities to both the community of their particular pharmaceutical profession and to society at large. Some of them include the ability to read, comprehend, and compose clear reports and design documentations, as well as give and receive directions that are clear.

PO-8 Social Activities: Graduates will be well-equipped to handle patients’ psychological and behavioural issues, so they will be motivated and able to build strong relationships with the public.

PO-9 Lifelong Learning: Graduates will understand the value of autonomous, continuous learning, and be prepared and able to do so in the context of broader, advancing scientific and technical change.

PO-10 Pharmaceutical Ethics: Graduates will be taught moral standards that adhere to the duties, expectations, and standards of pharmaceutical work.

PO-11 The Pharmacist and society: Assess social, health, safety, and legal problems and the resulting obligations pertinent to the professional practise of pharmacy by using logic guided by external knowledge.

Program-Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

After the successful completion of the B. Pharm program the graduate will have

PSO-1: Conduct study on various medical topics and use your understanding of pharmacy to create the best dosage form possible so that society can access high-quality medications.

PSO-2: To better the public’s health and wellbeing, provide patient-centered, efficient therapies to address therapy problems with the necessary medications and describe the effects of the drugs by examining the scientific literature.

Message from HoD’s Desk

Dr. Bipin Bihari

Head of Department
Area of Interest: Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Synthesis of Organic Compounds (drugs), Characterization and their screening

Subject Taught : Pharmaceutical Analysis, Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Pharmaceutical ,Chemistry.

Through the fusion of management, entrepreneurship, and research classes, SVNIPS innovates in education. Graduate and postgraduate students at SVNIPS receive academic and practical training that gives them an advantage in a cutthroat environment. The instruction the students receive at this institution is unparalleled and equips them to work as experts around the world. Along with their scholastic studies, students have numerous opportunities to engage in extracurricular activities and events throughout the academic year, which advances their overall growth. Every student participates in a summer job programme that allows them to learn more about and experience the working world in a corporation.

After graduation, SVNIPS helps students move faster along the job route they want to take by offering excellent opportunities. Under the direction of the Entrepreneurship cell, aspiring companies may develop their concepts. They are taught how to recognise and analyse problems, look for alternative answers, and come up with enterprise concepts. The complete process, from idea generation to execution, is supported by the entrepreneurial unit. The International Affairs unit gives students the appropriate guidance and support so they can continue higher education. Corporate Relations and Placement cell enables placement by offering interesting employment and internship possibilities while teaching students the structure and methods for personal development, goal planning, and self-improvement.

I invite you to participate in this adventure with SVNIPS.

All the best to you.

With Best Wishes

Faculties

Miss. Kshipra Rajput 
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise:  Pharmaceutics
Subject Taught: Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Social Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Engineering, NDDS, Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

Mr. Anurudh Verma
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Subject Taught: Medicinal chemistry, Pharmaceutical chemistry, Biochemistry

Mr. Ajay Kumar Goel
(Lecturer)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Electrochemistry, Analytical Chemistry- HPLC,GC,IR, UV- Spec, AAS, Wet lab Analysis, LC-MS, NMR and Synthetic Chemistry.
Subject Taught: Medicinal chemistry, Pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmaceutical Analysis

Miss. Sumita
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacology
Subject Taught: Pharmacognosy, Community Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Engineering, herbal drug technology, Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

Miss. Pratibha Gautam
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise:  Pharmacognosy  
Subject Taught:Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Pharmaceutics, Social & Preventive Pharmacy, Quality Assurance, and Pharmacognosy. 

Mr. Prafulla Chandra Tiwari
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Neuro Physcho, Pharmacology 
Subject Taught: Pharmacology 

Mrs. Sonam Shukla
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics 
Subject Taught: Regulatory science, Biotechnology, Marketing Management 

Miss. Shalini Pal
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacology
Subject Taught: Pharmacology-1, HAP Social Pharmacy, Community Pharmacy

Faculties

Mr. Avinash Chandra
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Subject Taught: Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Chemistry

Miss. Shalini Pal
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacology
Subject Taught: Pharmacology-1, HAP Social Pharmacy, Community Pharmacy

Mrs. Sonam Shukla
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics 
Subject Taught: Regulatory science, Biotechnology, Marketing Management 

Miss. Palak Agarwal
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacology
Subject Taught: Pharmacology-2, HAP, Pharmacology-3

Mr. Iqbal Hussain
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics 
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutics – 1

Mr. Surendra Pratap
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics 
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutics – 1, DSBM, Ph. Engineering

Mr. Prabuddha Rajauriya
(Lecturer)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics 
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutics-1, DSBM, Environmental Science, Community Pharmacy

Syllabus

B.Pharm.

1st Year

B.Pharm.

2nd Year

B.Pharm.

3rd Year

B.Pharm.

4th Year

D.Pharm.

1st Year

D.Pharm.

2nd Year