Seth Vishambhar Nath Group Of Educational Institutions

Welcome to Seth Vishambhar Nath Institute of Pharmacy/ Provides ALL 12TH Science passed out students to pursue D. Pharm & B. Pharm course and all B. Pharm students to pursue M. Pharm course

Department of Pharmacy

The Department of Pharmacy

Seth Vishambhar Nath Institute of Pharmacy is a centre of excellence for all levels of pharmaceutical education and research in Uttar Pradesh, Offering all possible courses in pharmacy such as D. Pharma, B. Pharma and M. Pharma. All courses are approved/affiliated by PCI, BTE & APJAKTU, Lucknow .

The Department of Pharmacy at SVNIP has well-qualified, experienced faculty from various disciplines. Our faculty are members of professional bodies such as IPA, APTI, IHPA, etc. We are in process of acquiring many sponsored research projects by DST, ICMR, UPCST, AKTU, and other government agencies. We have exceptional faculty members who continuously work to make our institute a centre of excellence.  Some of our faculties are appointed as reviewers in journals of national and international repute. The faculties are updated regularly by participating in FDPs, seminars, conferences and workshops.

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Achievements

Departmental Society

Vision of the Department:

To provide quality education in the field of pharmacy to become medicinally competent, skilled in cognitive professionals and entrepreneurs meeting industry expectations.

Mission of the Department:

M1: To provide a learning environment to enhance problem solving skills, leadership qualities, team spirit and ethical responsibilities.

M2: To sensitize and train students about the trending tools and techniques in the field of pharmacy.

M3: To establish industry interaction for enhancement of employability and entrepreneurship skills.

M4: To produce graduates with personal and professional responsibilities and commitment to lifelong.

Program Educational Objectives

(PEOs)

PEOs: To prepare graduates to excel in the profession through a structured teaching learning system of highly qualified staff with adequate knowledge and hands – on training in the core areas of the profession.

PEOs: To develop a pool of technically sound professionals by imparting industry oriented education and research.

PEOs: To act as a link between the health care system and the society to serve at large by spreading professional values with a sense of social responsibilities.

PEOs: To build effective communication skills, planning, analytical ability and leadership among the students.

PEOs: To motivate graduates for higher education and update them in the context of technological advancement.

PEOs: Develop a sense of social responsibility and commitment to contribute to the social health care system.

PEOs: Encourage students to pursue continuing professional development, including advanced education relevant to their career development and foster enthusiasm for life – long learning.

Program Outcomes (POs)

(Pharmacy Graduates will be able to have)

1.Pharmacy Knowledge: Understanding the basic and fundamental knowledge associated with the profession of pharmacy including biomedical sciences; pharmaceutical sciences; applied, social and administrative pharmaceutical sciences and manufacturing practices

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

3.Problem Analysis: Use the principles of scientific inquiry to think analytically, clearly and critically while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. Systematically seek, analyse, evaluate and apply information and make defensible decisions.

4.Modern Tool Usage: Learn, select and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources and modern pharmacy – related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.

5.Leadership Skills: Understand and consider human response to change, issue of motivation, leadership and team building while planning necessary changes to meet professional and social responsibilities. Take up participatory roles as appropriate citizens or leadership in facilitating improvement with health and well-being.

6.Professional Identity: Understand, analyze and communicate the value of their profession. Impart role in society (i.e. health care professionals, promoters of health, teachers, managers, employers, employees).

7.Pharmaceutical Ethics: Respect personal values and apply ethical principles in professional and social contexts. Demonstrate behaviour that recognises cultural and individual variability in values, communication and life style. Use an ethical framework; Apply ethical principles while making decisions and taking responsibilities for the consequences associated with decisions

8.Communication: Communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and society at large, such as being able to understand and write effective reports, make effective presentations/ documents in  giving and receiving  clear instructions.

9.The Pharmacist and Society: Apply reasoning informed by relevant knowledge to access social, health, safety and legal issues consequential responsibilities relevant to professional pharmacy practice.

10.Environment And Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional pharmacy solutions in social and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge and need for sustainable development.

11.Life – Long Learning: Recognize the need for independent and life – long learning in the wider context of technological change. Use self – assessment and feedback from others effectively to identify learning needs and address these needs on an ongoing basis.

Program-Specific Outcomes

(PSOs)

PSOs: To impart theoretical and practical knowledge among the students in various fields of pharmaceutical science such as pharmaceutics, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmacology, pharmacognosy.

PSOs: To promote the development of communication skills and leadership qualities among the students.

PSOs: To upgrade the practical skills of the students through industrial training and research to meet challenges of the pharmaceutical sector.

PSOs: Exposure of students to fundamental regulatory aspects of pharmaceuticals.

Message from HoD’s Desk

Dr. Arpita Singh

Head of Department
Area of Interest: Pharmaceutics

“Education is the most powerful weapon that you can use to change the world.”  

SVNIP gratify you at the most illustrious institute in the expanse of pharmacy .SVNIP has set an amazing benchmark in all spheres of education. It’s my immense pride to cordial you to the rich traditional and modern centre of imparting practical experience based education that the institute has upheld since its inception. The institute believes in a holistic education that fosters its students to achieve excellence in all spheres and become leaders with the moral depth and intellectual sharpness required to meet the challenges of times of significant changes in the society.

There is no set formula for success other than an unconditional acceptance of life and what it brings. So plan your work and work on your plan for a smooth working professional life.

With Best Wishes

Pharmacy Faculties

Mr. Rizwan Ahmad
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: UV spectrometer, IR spectrometer, Rotavapour, HPTLC method development and Validation, CADD
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry-I, Medicinal Chemistry-II, Medicinal Chemistry-III, Pharma Marketing Management, Modern Pharmaceutical analytical Techniques.

Mr. Mishra Rahul Prem Kumar
(Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacology
Subject Taught: Pharmacology and Toxicology, Clinical Pharmacology, Screening methods in Pharmacology, Advanced Pharmacology

Mr. Kuldeep Verma
(Chief Proctor )
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry

Mrs. Urmila Nishad
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics
Subject Taught: Modern Pharmaceutics, Molecular Pharmaceutics (Nano Tech and Targeted DDS)

Miss. Sushma Chaudhary
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: UV Spectrometer, Rotarod, Autoanalyzer,Student organ bath, Antioxidant and nephroprotective impact of medicinally active plant against cisplatin induced nephrotoxicity.
Subject Taught: Pharmacology & Toxicology, Pathophysiology, Human Anatomy & Physiology

Miss. Priyanka Tyagi
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry
Subject Taught: Industrial pharmacy, Biotechnology, Pharma marketing and management  

Mr. Royal Patel
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Neuropharmacology, Ethanopharmacology, Behavioural Pharmacology, Neuro degeneration, Brain Aging, clinical trial, Drug Safety
Subject Taught: Human Anatomy & Physiology, Pharmacology 

Mrs. Ritunja Singh
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Immunology
Subject Taught: Microbiology, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology , Advance Pharmaceutics, Jurisprudence, Biopharmaceutics

Mr. Harshit Yadav
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Modern Pharmaceutics
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutics-1, Cosmetics Technology

Miss. Anupama Maurya
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceuticals & Neutraceuticals Formulation Development
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutical Technology , Biotechnology

Mr. Shubham Singh
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacology
Subject Taught: Advance Pharmacology, Screening

Mrs. Beena Goyal
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Pharmaceuticals & Neutraceuticals Formulation Development
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutical Technology , Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry

Pharmacy Faculties

Mrs. Anupam Sharma
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Documentation, Validation, Adv. Formulation
Subject Taught: Novel Drug Delivery S ystem (NDDS), Modern Pharmaceutics, Advanced Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics

Mrs. Anshu Mishra
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacognosy
Subject Taught: Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Herbal Drug Technology

Miss. Anupama Maurya
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceuticals & Neutraceuticals Formulation Development
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutical Technology , Biotechnology

Mrs. Beena Goyal
(Associate Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Pharmaceuticals & Neutraceuticals Formulation Development
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutical Technology , Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry

Mrs. Ritunja Singh
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Molecular Immunology
Subject Taught: Microbiology, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology , Advance Pharmaceutics, Jurisprudence, Biopharmaceutics

Mr. Kuldeep Verma
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II, Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Miss. Urmila Nishad
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Synthesis of heterocyclic compounds & their screening as anticonvulsant, anti inflammatory etc.
Subject Taught: Modern Pharmaceutics, Molecular Pharmaceutics (Nano Tech and Targeted DDS)

Mr. Abhishek Kushwaha
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Pharmaceutical formulation & Developments
Subject Taught: Advanced Biopharmaceutics, Pharmaceutics-II

Mr. Harshit Yadav
(Assistant Professor)
Area of Expertise: Modern Pharmaceutics
Subject Taught: Pharmaceutics-1, Cosmetics Technology

Mr. Shubham Singh
(Lecturer)
Area of Expertise: Pharmacology
Subject Taught: Advance Pharmacology, Screening

Syllabus

B.Pharm.

1st Year

B.Pharm.

2nd Year

B.Pharm.

3rd Year

B.Pharm.

4th Year

M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics)

M. Pharm (Pharmacology)

D.Pharm.

1st Year

D.Pharm.

2nd Year