Pharmaceutical Sciences

About Faculty

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Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (FOPS) led the foundation stone of Pharmacy Education as a carrier in Western Rajasthan in the year 2003, to promote quality education and provide value based and affordable education to those who are desirous of outstanding achievements in learning, discovery and citizenship in a creative community, building one of the world’s great educational set up for the Good of All. Our Faculty is approved by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) and All India Council of Technical Education

We offer the Diploma, Bachelor’s, Master’s degree and Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Pharmaceutical Sciences. The faculty instructional program provides a broader knowledge of the theoretical as well as practical concepts with continuous updates & inspired delivery of contents via discipline and hard work, for the betterment of the future pharmacists.

Our Profession…
The profession of Pharmacy deals with the identification, selection, screening, manufacturing, standardization, preservation, compounding and dispensing drug and medicinal substances.

We are aiming to …..
“Our aim is to achieve ‘excellence in the field of Pharmacy through quality education’; to mitigate the sufferings of mankind and let the flame of knowledge glowing forever.”

We are committed to……
We are committed to achieve our aim. We are equipped with latest equipments in laboratory as well as classrooms and practicing modern methods of teaching, using newer teaching aids such as; LCD, OHP and various other audio-visual techniques, so as to facilitate our students with latest techniques, to make them creative and develops an innovative thinking in them; to do something unique. There are regular co-curricular activities such as; educational trips, picnic, tour, sports meet and cultural programs to provide better exposure to each & every field of life and to familiarize the students with their cultural heritage.

Courses Offered

Course Duration Seats Eligibility Admission Criteria
Ph. D. M. Pharm Based on Entrance Exam as per UGC guideline.
M.Pharma
Quality Assurance
Pharmaceutics
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmacology
Pharmacognosy
Clinical Pharmacy

2 year

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a)B. Pharm. 55 % Aggregate Marks
b) GATE qualified will be preferred
50 % of seats to be filled by Merit of GATE & 50 % by Aggregate marks of B. Pharm.
B.Pharm.

4 year

60

Senior Secondary (10+2) from any recognized Board with Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Mathematics/ Biotechnology /Computer Science 50 % Admission for state candidates by RPPT appeared and 50% candidates on merit basis
D.Pharm.

2 year

60

Lateral Entry: 
Students are directly admitted to B. Pharm. IInd year, having Diploma in Pharmacy with first class; on merit basis on the vacant seats of B. Pharm. I st year and additional 10% of sanction intake.

Following facilities are available on the payment bases:
- Analysis of samples as per I.P., B.P., U.S.P., and F.P.O. using: GC, HPLC, UV, IR and all types of chemical analysis.
- Consultancy for formulation development, product design, product development and labeling, packaging design etc.
- Animal activity of antidiabetic, analgesic, anti-convulsent, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-histaminic, anti-depressant, anti-
hyperlipidmic and anti-urolithatic drugs etc.
- Extraction, isolation, evaluation and standardization of herbal drugs as per ICH guideline or as per official method.
- (Certificate of Analysis will be provided, but soft copy of the analysis report will not be provided)

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Infrastructure

Campus

Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences has developed its campus over an area of 34 acres with the entire infrastructure essential for a good pharmacy college as per the norms of PCI. We are having fourteen well equipped laboratories, a drug museum and a modernized library. Now the emphasis of Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences while adding new facilities is that these should facilitate in tapping a student’s potential to an extreme in an atmosphere of harmony.

We are having the following facilities for our students:

Hostel :Hostel facility is provided to the students with internet facility, homely environment and all the means to develop their overall personality. There are separate hostel for girls and boys. The hostel has two types rooms, air- conditioned and air-cooled with all the basic needs. Above all it has a disciplined life with a healthy atmosphere. .

32Laboratories :-We have well equipped following laboratories having all the modern technical devices, instruments and machines:-

(1) Pharmaceuties Laboratory

Pharmaceutics encompasses an understanding of basic physical chemistry necessary for the efficient design of dosage forms. The students will be trained to manufacture these medicines on both small and large scale. The excellent pharmaceutical preparations prepared by the students are preserved.

(2) Pharmacology and Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory:-

This laboratory is well equipped to determine pharmacological activities of drugs. A highly sophisticated animal house will supply the animals for this laboratory. Separate arrangements are made to breathe these animals (The animals include rabbits, mice, rats, guinea pigs, frogs etc. Which are legally allowed for experiments by the government ofIndia ).

In human anatomy and physiology various clinical and pathological experiments performed like Hemoglobin estimation, B.P. determination, R.B.C and W.B.C. count etc.

(3) Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory:- The pharmaceutical (Natural) chemistry laboratory is to understanding the chemical aspects of drugs obtained from plants, their chemical constituents & its extraction and chemical examination.

(4) Pharmacognosy Laboratory:- In Pharmacy the only need to acquaint the students regarding identity of the drugs is to show them only a few salient features with which they can easily identify the drugs. There is a greater need of imparting instructions to Pharmacy students with regard to the biologically active chemical constituents present in the drugs and their uses in the modern medicines.

(5) Pharmaceutical Biochemistry laboratory:- Hospital and clinical Pharmacy Laboratory:-Modern medicine is rapidly advancing and laboratory research work has provided a perfect backdrop to the process. Laboratory tests and investigations have become the mainstay of to days clinical practice so much so that the emphasis seems to be shifting from the study of patients to the study of investigative data. The importance of laboratory investigations in diagnostic and prognostic studies and thus patient care can not be underestimated.

(6) Industrial Pharmaceutics laboratory:-
Industrial Pharmaceutics encompasses an understanding of basic concepts and techniques used in the pharmaceutical industry. It provides a platform to train the students to manufacture various dosage forms on small and large scale. The excellent pharmaceutical preparations prepared by the students are preserved.

pharmacy1(7) Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Synthetic) laboratory:-
Pharmaceutical chemistry (synthetic) lab deals with the drug design and synthesis of drugs or their precursor chemical moieties from various organic and inorganic substances, utilizing various synthetic chemical procedures.

(8) Pharmaceutical Microbiology laboratory:
Pharmaceutical Microbiology make the students familiarize with the microbiological aspects of medicines etc and their significance in various pathological studies
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(9) Computer laboratory:-
Computer lab is well equipped with the newer and latest technology in the field of computers. Internet facility is also provided to the students to get updated with their field every second. This helps the students in solving their problems their efficiently and carrying out certain pharmaceutical exercises.

(10) Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Analytical) laboratory:-
Pharmaceutical Analytical chemistry helps in understanding the basics of analytical chemistry necessary for the efficient analysis of various chemical substances and pharmaceutical dosage forms using various instrumental and other techniques.

(11) Pharmaceutical Biology laboratory:-
In this lab study of various living systems is carried out at various levels i.e. cellular studies, tissue level, intact organism, physiological studies, etc. and includes both the plants and animals.

(12) Pharmaceutical Dispensing laboratory:-
Pharmaceutical dispensing let the students learn about various techniques utilized in the packaging, labeling and dispensing of the various pharmaceutical preparations. It also deals with the overall knowledge of storage of pharmaceuticals and the adverse effects associated with them.

(13) Pharmacology laboratory:-
Pharmacology emphasize over the animal studies for the pharmaceutical preparations and the pure compounds having physiological activities. Our lab is well equipped with all the equipments and instruments required for the above stated purpose.

(14) Machine Room:-
Machine room is equipped with all the machines and equipments that are utilized in the manufacturing and packaging of various pharmaceutical preparations at small scale.

Museum:- A Museum is maintained which contains crude drugs, herbarium sheets, botanical specimens of drugs, charts, models, and various plants to aware students about rare species of crude drugs.

Library:-

At Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, it is a belief to facilitate production and dissemination of knowledge, information, insights & intellect in all scientific communities. The Library plays a vital role in the collection development and dissemination of scientific and technical information to meet the present and future academic and research needs of varied users.

The library has SOUL software and library management software. All of these books are bar coded for ease of handling. The college library also provides internet facilities on computers for the students and faculty members to assist them in projects and research work.

  • The college has subscribed DELNET e-journals related to subject areas and these can be accessed from all the networked PCs of the institute. This has enriched the library with large number of international journals.
    Collection
  • Books: 5925
    1. Total Title: 1125
    2. Total Volume: 5925
    3. Total Cost: Approx. 25 Lacs
     Project Reports (B.Pharm.): 120
    • Research Project Reports (M.Pharm.): 67
    • Back Volumes of The Journals 100
    • CDs: 50
    • Current Journals :
    1. 17 – National + Electronic access to many Journals
    2. 01 – International
    3. DELNET – E-Journals
    4. 05 – Newspapers / Bulletin
    Facilities and Services
    • Photocopying
    • Online Public Access Catalog OPAC (Computerized)
    • Information Search
    • Internet browsing Services
    • Reading /Reference
    • Circulation
    • Library Orientation Program
    • Current Awareness Program
    • New Arrival List
    • Inter-Library Loan
    • Book bank for students

At Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, we are focused at the aim of providing the professional training to students at various pharmaceutical organizations during the course and ensuring recruitment/ selection of the student in the reputed pharmaceutical company, after successful completion of the course. However this is our first year of Degree yet right from the beginning we are making liaisons with the industry.

Professional training is aimed at providing insight to industrial applications of theoretical aspects. During the training, students get acquainted with the GMP & GLP, special equipments, modern instruments, procedures and documents used in such units. The institute will try to place it’s all students in various esteemed pharmaceutical companies through campus interview.

Allotment of the training center
Every candidate, after the completion of B. Pharm. III yr course, shall under go practical training at a training center (Pharmaceutical manufacturing unit/ analytical laboratory) allotted by the institute. The professional training shall be of not less than 400 hrs to be covered in not less than two months.

Committee of Training & Placement Cell

. Prof. Anil Bhandari (chief-Cordinator)
. Mr. Shailendra Sharma(Cordinator)
. Mr. Rishi Raj Mathur(Cordinator)

Profile of placement cell

. You can get information of different placement advertisements, which are, displayed in college and a record is maintained in cell.
. You can select a Bio-data of your choice from our Collection of different type Performa of Bio-data’s.
. You can participate in Campus interviews of different pharmaceutical companies organized by college.
. You can prepare yourself for the Walk-in-interviews by going through Mock interviews held in our college time to time.
. You can develop your personality by attending personality development programs.
. You can learn how to start a new business by attending the Entrepreneurship programs held with the help of various organizations.

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Dean

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Dr. Anil Bhandari M.Pharm,Ph.D
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Projects and Grants

In the last two years grant from the Department of Science & Technology, Rajasthan has been provided in seven student projects and one AICTE project grant is provided under the MODROB scheme.

Three industrial projects from the reputed pharmaceutical industries of Westren Rajasthan are also finalized for the session 2011-12.

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Syllabus

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Placement Cell
Dr. Anil Bhandari Chief Coordinator
Mr. Shailendra Sharma Coordinator
Mr. Rishi Raj Mathur Coordinator

A career at FOPS (JNU) is your gateway to professional growth and success. FOPS (JNU) has job opportunities in a variety of fields like R&D, industries, marketing along with higher studies too and offers a comprehensive benefits package.

Job openings are updated periodically and all qualified persons are considered for employment without any discrimination.
From 2005 we provide 100% placement to pass out students and gave unique opportunities for alumni students to avail benefits of pursuing higher studies too. Top pharmaceutical companies like Johnson and Johnson, Cadila, Torrent, Dr. Reddys, Cipla, Pfizer, Sun Pharma, Abott, Primal Life sciences, US Vitamins and lot more, gave platform to our students to shape their career in this unique life saving field.
Here are some of the jewels of Pharmacy Department and counting more….

STUDENTS PLACED IN PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRIES

DIVYA PUNJ Ayush Herbals Pvt. Ltd, Pathankot Nidhi Mehta Dr. Reddys, Hyderabad
Rikesh patel Zydus Cadila, Ahmedabad Alok Gupta Glenmark
Kaushik Anand Johnson & Johnson Pawan Kumar Bhardwaj
Mayank sharma Akhilesh Sharma Torrent Research Centre
Anuraj Mishra Cadila, Ahmedabad Ravi Mathur Fortis
Himanshu Rajpurohit Provimi, Bangalore Amit jain Olive Healthcare, Daman.
Sandeep Patel Torrent Yogesh Joshi Glenmark, Ahmedabad
Chiragbhai Jayantibhai Evonik Degussa Soni Nirav Kumar Evonik Degussa
Feroj Khan Amol Pharmaceuticals Vishva Nath Sharma Emcure Pharmaceuticals
Purushottam Prajapati Unimarck, Ahmedabad Rajendra Singh Bahti Nectar Life Sciences, Baddi
Roop Narayan Sharma Wockhdart, Baddi RadhaKrishan
Saurabh Kumar Yadav US Vitamins, Baddi Sanjay Sharma Elysium Pharmaceuticals
Govind Elysium Pharmaceuticals Jitendra Sharma Micro Labs, Bangalore
  Manu Rewari Wipro, Delhi Unisol
STUDENTS PLACED IN ACADEMICS.
Lecturer,
JODHPUR DENTAL COLLEGE.
J. P. Publisher
Deepika Bohra Dipti Dingra
LECTURER,
VYAS DENTAL COLLEGE
. Lecturer,
Jaipur college of Pharmacy, Jaipur
Arvind Pankaj Sharma
Phd, U.S. Lecturer,
Jodhpur Pharmacy college
Murad Sayra Bano
Lecturer, Jodhpur Pharmacy college Lecturer, GD Memorial college of pharmacy
Parul Sharma Balram
PhD, AIIMS Lecturer, North Gujarat university, Patan.
Shewta Agarwal    Vasanti  Chaudhary
STUDENTS PLACED IN MARKETING
Dhru Somani Modi Mundi Bhavyajeet Lupin Pharmaceuticals
Manish Sun Pharma Ajay ThanviI Invida
Teja Ram Lupin Pharmaceuticals Sun Pharma
Sunil Kumar  Intas MUKESH Lupin
Pawan Merck Kunal Purohit Cipla

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