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Facilities of Pharmacy

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The School of Pharmacy has excellent class-rooms and conference/seminar halls with high-tech presentation facilities. The class rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with overhead projectors, LCD projectors and computers with internet facility. The school has well equipped research laboratories. In addition to research laboratories, the school has Central Instrumental Laboratories (CIL) and a Computer Centre. The school is well connected with an excellent Central library that has large number of books and Journals. The school has well-equipped animal house approved by CPCSEA, New Delhi.
Excellent class-rooms and conference/seminar hall with high-tech presentation facilities
State of art research laboratories:
The school has established excellent facility for separation and qualitative/quantitative examination of analyte from various matrixes which can be forensic samples, food samples, pharmaceuticals, various industrial products, petroleum products, artifacts, as well as environmental samples. Also dedicated research is been carryout to develop new methodologies for the examination of various analyte from different matrices and to understand the mechanisms. The high-end research thrust areas like advanced pharmaceutical analysis, material development and characterization, pre-clinical research and toxicological studies are possible at the school because of availability of all required sophisticated instruments and characterization facilities. The school has established discernible facility for sampling and analysis from environmental components including air, water/waste water, soil, solid and hazardous waste. We have some of the state-of-art instruments available that has been listed below.
Facilities for advanced forensic analysis

  • MS/MS/MS
  • LC/MS
  • Automated Smart-HPLC system
  • Isocratic HPLC
  • Quaternary HPLC
  • Supercritical Fluid Chromatography
  • UV Visible spectrophotometer
  • UV/VIS/NIR Spectrophotometer
  • Chiral Detector
  • FT-IR spectrophotometer
  • Spectrofluorometer
  • Gel electrophoresis
  • Laboratory and High Speed Centrifuge
  • FT-IR with image microscope
  • Fluorescence microscope
  • Inverted microscope
  • GC-MS/MS
  • Raman spectrophotometer
  • Chemical Vapor Deposition System (CVD)
  • Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
  • Particle Size and Zeta Potential Analyzer
  • Cyclic Voltametry
  • Electrospinning unit
  • Spin coater with vacuum pump
  • UV/Ultrasound/Microwave Synthesizer
  • Powder X-ray diffractometer (XRD)
  • Atomic Force Microscope (AFM)
  • Parallel Synthesizer
Facilities for forensic pharmacy and advanced pharmaceutical research:

  • Animal house approved by CPCSEA
  • ELISA Reader
  • Probe Sonicator
  • Lyophilizer
  • Rotary Vacuum Evaporator
  • High speed Homogenizers
  • Brooke Field Viscometer
  • Langendorff apparatus with NIBP system (AD Instruments)
  • Electroconvulsometer
  • Plethysmometer
  • Data Acquisition system
  • Hot Air Oven/ Microwave Oven
  • Low temperature high speed centrifuge
  • PCR
  • RT-PCR
  • Chemical Synthesis facility
  • Hot air Ovens
  • Microwave ovens
  • Gel-DOC system
  • Autosampler Dissolution Apparatus
  • Biosafety cabinet
  • CO2 Incubator
  • Planetary Ball Mill
  • Nano-drop spectrophotometer

Facilities for Advanced Environmental Monitoring
The institute has established discernible facility for sampling and analysis from environmental components including air, water/waste water, soil, solid and hazardous waste. This facility along with axillaries equipment supports routine environmental monitoring as well as advanced environmental forensics. Some of the major instruments available for environmental monitoring include:
  • Respirable Dust Sampler
  • Stack Emission Monitoring Kit
  • Independent gaseous sampler
  • P.M. 2.5 Sampler
  • Sound level meter
  • TOC analyzer
  • B.O.D. Incubator
  • COD Digester
  • Flame photometer
  • Nephelometer
  • Soil Sampling and testing facility
  • Photo reactor for dye degradation/pollutant degradation experiments