Pharmacy

About the Department

Anurag Group of Institutions-School of Pharmacy was established in 2005 and is permanently affiliated to JNTU (H).

School of Pharmacy is one of the best institutions for Pharma education in Telangana State. The School of Pharmacy has been Accredited & Approved by –

  • AICTE, New Delhi.
  • Pharmacy Council of India
  • CPCSEA
  • National Board of Accreditation (NBA) in 2014.
  • National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with ‘A’ Grade in 2017.
  • Research Center by JNTUH in 2018

School of Pharmacy an elite institution has committed to become a centre of excellence for advanced studies and research in pharmaceutical sciences with the state-of-the art infrastructural facilities, well equipped laboratories with cutting edge technologies to enrich the students and helps moulding them into ingenious, innovative and intellectually vibrant pharmaceutical technocrats.

School of Pharmacy comprises of team of 42 well qualified pharmacy professionals. The team is enriched with 10-Doctorates, 17-Pursuing Ph.D, in various affiliated universities .

The student development process is supported by well-established

  • 12 Lecture Class rooms,
  • 12 Laboratories,
  • 3 Research centres,
  • 10098 Volumes of books,
  • 121 e-journals in Library,
  • 4 Digital class rooms,
  • 60 systems Computer lab,
  • Animal House
  • 250 number capacity Aarambh auditorium are the state of the art of our infrastructural facilities.

Every year our students are getting Best NIPER & GPAT Ranks, Higher education in Universities & Placements in Pharma industries & Tech Hubs. If pharmacy is your passion, Anurag Group of Institutions–School of Pharmacy is the destination.

PHARMACIST’S oath

  • I swear by the code of ethics of Pharmacy Council of India, in relation to the community and shall act as an integral part of health care team.
  • I shall uphold the laws and standards governing my profession.
  • I shall strive to perfect and enlarge my knowledge to contribute to the advancement of pharmacy and public health.
  • I shall follow the system which I consider best for Pharmaceutical care and counseling of patients.
  • I shall endeavor to discover and manufacture drugs of quality to alleviate sufferings of humanity.
  • I shall hold in confidence the knowledge gained about the patients in connection with my professional practice and never divulge unless compelled to do so by the law.
  • I shall associate with organizations having their objectives for betterment of the profession of Pharmacy and make contribution to carry out the work of those organizations.
  • While I continue to keep this oath unviolated, May it be granted to me to enjoy life and the practice of pharmacy respected by all, at all times!
  • Should I trespass and violate this oath, may the reverse be my lot!

Pharmacist_Responsibilities

Programs

Programs Leading to… Duration Intake
Bachelor of Pharmacy B.Pharm. 4 Years 120
Doctor of Pharmacy Pharm D 6 Years 30
Doctrate of Pharmacy
(Post Baccalaureate)
Pharm D (PB) 3 Years 10
Master of Pharmacy M Pharm 2 Years
Pharmaceutics 15
Pharmacology 15
Industrial Pharmacy 15
Pharma Analysis 15

Vision

Nurturing pharmacy professionals with academic and industrial exposure to equip them to face the global challenges in the health care system.

Mission

Develop the institute of excellence in education, research and train them in the cutting edge technologies for the promotion of pharmaceutical education.

Program Educational Objectives

PEO1

Pharmacists are expected to serve the health care system of the society, who can provide medicines, counselling for the patients and acts as bridge between doctor and patient.

PEO2

Pharmacist assists the Pharmaceutical Industry using their basic knowledge, practical experience and skills to develop the best quality of medicine with acceptable formulations at an affordable price.

PEO3

Promote R & D activities of academia and Pharmaceutical Industry with an innovative approach to contribute to the existing knowledge.

Program Outcomes

PO1

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.

PO2

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

PO3

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

PO4

Modern tool usage:Learn, select, and apply appropriate methods and procedures, resources, and modern pharmacy-related computing tools with an understanding of the limitations.

PO5

Leadership skills:Understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and team-building when planning changes required for fulfilment of practice, professional and societal responsibilities. Assume participatory roles as responsible citizens or leadership roles when appropriate to facilitate improvement in health and wellbeing.

PO6

Professional Identity:: Understand, analyse and communicate the value of their professional roles in society (e.g. health care professionals, promoters of health, educators, managers, employers, employees).

PO7

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

PO8

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.

PO9

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.

PO10

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.

PO11

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.

Head of the Department

Dr Vasudha Bakshi, Dean, School of Pharmacy has 18 years of Academic experience. Her commitment, dedication and passion towards her profession makes unique person. She has obtained M Pharm from Manipal University, and Doctorate from SNDT University, Mumbai. During her Doctorate she received SRF from Department of Biotechnology. She has more than 90 research publications & 4 Patents. She organized various National & International Conferences, workshops, Faculty development programs. She delivered lectures in many National & International conferences, FDPs. She is the member of PCI Inspectors. She is the Life member of IPS, IPA, APTI Professional bodies, and also as institutional ethical committee member at GLOBAL hospitals

The learning atmosphere at School of Pharmacy is a blend of experienced faculty team and excellent student active Learning Programs, which will makes you a Pharmacy Professionals who can serve the demands of Society & Industry.

pharmcy-principal
Dr. Vasudha Bakshi
M. Pharm., Ph. D.

Faculty members

S.No Faculty Name Designation Qualification
1 Dr. Vasudha Bakshi Principal M.Pharm Ph.D
2 Dr.A.Madhu Babu Professor M.Pharm Ph.D
3 Dr.G. Kiran Professor M.Pharm Ph.D
4 Dr. M.Ram Mohan Professor M.Pharm Ph.D
5 Dr.CH.Ananda Kumar Asso.Professor M.Pharm.,Ph.D
6 Dr.D.Krishna Prasad Asso.Professor M.Pharm.,Ph.D
7 Dr.G. Baba Shankar Rao Asso .Professor M.Pharm Ph.D
8 Dr.D. Mohanty Asso. Professor M.Pharm Ph.D
9 Dr.M. Akiful Haque Asso. Professor M.Pharm Ph.D
10 Dr. B. Hemanth Kumar Asso. Professor M.Pharm Ph.D
11 K. Rama Devi Asso.Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
12 B. Jainendra Kumar Asso.Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
13 D. Sireesha Asso. Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
14 N. Lalitha Jyotsna Asso Professor M.Tech (Ph.D)
15 S.Swapna Asso Professor M.Tech (Ph.D)
16 Azmath Farhana Asst. Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
17 P. Naveen Asst. Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
18 Mohammed Sayeed Asst. Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
19 K.Sunand Asst. Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
20 J.Rajendra Kumar Asst. Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
21 B.Narender Asst. Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
22 M.Gowri Manoja Asst.Professor M.Pharm(Ph.D)
23 V.Rajeshwar Asst.Professor M.Pharm (Ph.D)
24 N. Swetha Reddy Asst. Professor M.Pharm
25 A. Teja Sri Asst. Professor M.Pharm
26 M.Yaso Deepika Asst. Professor M.Pharm
27 A.Rajamani Asst.Professor M.Pharm
28 Nari Umarani Asst.Professor M.Pharm
29 B.Nirosha Asst.Professor M.Pharm
30 N.Swetha Asst.Professor M.Pharm
31 Dr.K.Shanthi Priya Asst.Professor M.Pharm
32 K.Mounika Asst.Professor M.Pharm
33 P.Himabindhu Asst.Professor M.Pharm
34 D.Santhoshi Priya Asst.Professor M.Pharm
35 N.Mounika Asst.Professor M.Pharm
36 Konatham Mounika Asst.Professor M.Pharm
37 P.Venkateswara Rao Asst.Professor M.Pharm
38 Dr.Vivek Kumar Asst. Professor Pharm-D(Ph.D)
39 G.Mounika Tejaswi Asst. Professor Pharm-D
40 A.Divya Asst.Professor Pharm-D
41 G.Rajeev Kumar Asst.Professor Pharm-D

Library

About Library& Information Centre

Vision

School of Pharmacylibrary aspires to be the most dynamic learning environment.

Knowledge Is Power, Library Is a Place of Transformation and Wisdom

About Library

The Library and Information centre at School of Pharmacy is one of the best Pharmacy college libraries in the Telangana state.It was established in the year 2005, with an area of 2250 Sq.ft with seating capacity of 100. The library has 10304 Volumes, 1492 titles& 121 e-journals. The library’s rich collection contains Textbooks, Thesis books, Pharmacopeia’s, Encyclopaedias and General books & Novels etc. The library has subscription for National journals & International journals, full text online database like Bentham e- journals, DELNET e-journals, Print journals, Inflibnet, Magazines, DVDs/CDs,&LEXICOMP online drug database. Library hasNPTEL Facility (National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning) to access web & video lectures to faculty & students.

1 Total Volumes 10304
2 Total Titles 1492
3 Reference Books 1492
4 E-Journals 121
5 News Papers 6
6 Area of the Library 2250 Sq.ft

Library_rules

Digital Library - Anurag Group of Institutions link-

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NPTEL

Librarian & Head – Mrs. Rajani Katanguru, M.Com, M.Li.Sc. (Ph.D.)
Book Bearer- K Kalidas, P Jyothi
Library Attender - Pushpa

Facilities

List various facilities available

Auditorium

World Class AC Auditorium accommodates about 200 participants with all required facilities including public address system, digital projector, Desktop computer, Audio Visual systems etc.

E-Class Rooms

Comfortable seating with AV facilities.

Health Center

Health care centre in the ground floor with

  • 2 observation beds
  • A consultation room & pharmacy
  • One full time Doctor & Nurse
  • Well- equipped
  • Free of cost for all students & staff

Medicinal Garden

Located behind A-Block provides good ambience to the campus atmosphere where a no of medicinal plants are grown.

Laboratories

Department Of Pharmacology

  • The Department is well equipped with communal facilities for preclinical screening, molecular biology, biochemical analysis, centrifugation, video tracking and behavior analysis.
  • The Department has three big laboratories, a neuroscience lab, animal house facility, air-conditioned computer lab and faculty rooms. The three big labs, are used for B Pharm, M Pharm I practical and M Pharm II research. Besides facilities for simple in vivo experiments, these labs have premier instruments for several drug evaluation procedures. Just to name a few: Digital plethysmometer, analgesiometers, Morris water maze, Y-maze and so on.
  • The instrument room has some of the sophisticated, state-of-art instruments. The ELISA plate reader, Semi Auto analyser, Power Lab, Langendorff apparatus and Video tracking system are some of the notable instruments that support high quality research work.
  • B Pharm students have pharmacology in the third and final years of their four-year programme. For Pharm D, pharmacology is taught in the second and third years. The Department of Pharmacology is handling physiology for first year B Pharm and Pharm D students.
  • Department has its own library, which also provides access to online libraries ( online.lexi.com and www.animalsimulator.com)

Lab 2

Department of Pharmaceutical analysis is a central part of all the departments. It is one of the most expensive laboratories in terms of the cost of instruments. This department is responsible for imparting knowledge in the field of modern instrumental techniques for B.Pharm, Pharm.D and all branches of M.Pharm.

The laboratory is equipped with indigenous as well as imported analytical instruments. It has a wide range of instruments for spectroscopic, analytical and chromatographic analysis of drugs and other products. The department is equipped with conventional instruments like Digital Balances, Spectrophotometer, spectrofluorimetry, Flame Photometer, NepheloTurbidimeter, Conductivity meter, Potentiometry, KF Titrator and pH meter. Several advanced instruments like FT- IR Spectrometer, High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) and Gas Chromatography (GC) are also available in the department.

The activities of the department other than the regular classes for under graduate and post graduate courses include the following: Development of analytical methods for newer drugs using HPLC, Spectrophotometer, FT – IR and various titrimetric methods. Developing newer analytical method for drugs in formulations.

Lab3

Pharmaceutics and Industrial Pharmacy: is the discipline of Pharmacy that deals with the science of Dosage form design, which includes the development, production and characterization of dosage forms, as well as characterizing the nature of drugs and their distribution within the body. The department initiated the research activities in the field of Pharmaceutical technology which includes Drug delivery systems (Tablets, capsules, liquid orals, microcapsules, nanoparticles, transdermal systems etc.), plant based biopolymers as excipients for developing different delivery system, herbal pharmaceuticals and their standardization, dissolution method development for synthetic API and herbals.

Program Assessment Committee

The mission of the Assessment Committee is to establish and ensure ongoing and systematic educational assessment and improvement to achieve student pharmacist learning outcomes. Program Assessment Committee summarizes the collected views and expresses its opinion on the views and forwards the same to Department Advisory Board.

Name Designation
Dr. VasudhaBakshi Principal
Dr. G. Kiran Associate Professor
Dr. M. Ram Mohan Associate Professor

Research

P.14 List of R & D and consultancy projects along with approvals and project completion reports

S.No
Year
Title of Consultancy Project Funding Agency
1.
2017-2018
Enhanced Production of Rifamycin by Solid state fermentation Innsosyn Life Sciences
2.
2016-2017
Screening of Pharmacological activities of the given compounds Green Evolution Labs
3.
2016-2017
Certificate Course in Engineering Pharmacy Dr. Reddy’s laboratories Ltd.
4
2015-2016
Certificate Course in Engineering Pharmacy Dr. Reddy’s laboratories Ltd.
5.
2015-2016
Evaluation of compounds for Anxiolytic, antistress activity Celestial Bio labs
6
2015-2016
Sub chronic activity of the given herbal compound Celestial Bio labs
7
2014-2015
Certificate Course in Engineering Pharmacy Dr. Reddy’s laboratories Ltd.
8
2014-2015
Screening of chemical compounds for anti-inflammatory study Aptus Biosciences Pvt, Ltd

Publication Details 2014-2018

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publications_2015-16

publications_2016-17

Publications_2017-18

publications_2018-19

Publications_summary_report

Externally Funded Projects Institutions

Title of Project Funding Agency Amount Date of sanction Duration
Toxicity studies of Herbal formulations Celestial Labs, Hyderabad 1,00,000/- 5/4/2015 2 years
Evaluation of Anti-oxidant activity of Proprietary herbal formulations Sanzyme Pvt Ltd. Hyderabad 20,000/- 10/03/2015 1 year
Anti-microbial studies of various plant extracts Green Evolution Labs 50,000/- 2/05/2016 1 year

List of Publications Year Wise

Faculty Pursuing Research

Pursuing Ph.D list

Name Area of research University Status
B Jainendra Kumar Cinnamic acid derivatives Andhra University Submitted thesis
K Ramadevi Nitrogen Heterocyclics OU Writing thesis
N Lalitha Jyotsna Gene delivery systems JNTUA Work completed
D Sireesha LC-MS/MS method development JNTUH Work is going on
K Sunand Neurodevelopmental Disorder - Autism JNTUH Work is going on
Mohammed Sayeed Neuroscience Mewar University Work is going on
B Narender LC-MS Mewar University Work is going on
S Swapna Novel drug formulations OU Pre Ph D exam completed
AzmathFarhana Cardiovascular diseases OU Pre Ph D exam completed
P Naveen Neuropharmacology OU Pre Ph D exam completed
J Rajendra Kumar Nano particles for cancer therapy OU Pre Ph D exam completed
V Rajeshwar Self nano emulsifying drug delivery systems Jaipur national university Work is going on
K Vivek Kumar Medication errors JJTU Work is going on
M GowriManoja LC-MS method development & validation Andhra University Literature work is going on
N Mounika Anti-cancer activity Mewar University Pre PhD Completed
K Rajani Library science JJTU Course work & RAC completed
YasoDeppika Diabetes Carrier point Course work & RAC completed

Achievements

Student Achievements

RANKS- 2018

GPAT NIPER PGECET

D Venkatesh - 411

D Venkatesh –16th rank

G Giri Prasad -77

T Pranathi Reddy - 679

G Divya - 116

A Sumandhar - 134

G Divya - 827

T Pranathi Reddy - 316

R Naga Komudhi - 192

G Giri Prasad -1052

CH Uday Kumar - 978

N Manaswini - 270

CH Uday Kumar - 2184

G Giri Prasad -1492

S Dinesh Kumar - 312

NallaShirisha - 2284

K Geethanjali - 367

BandaruMayuri - 5026

Y Susheel Rao - 461

T Geethavani - 950

J BharathiNayak - 1264


M Pharm 1st year student Ms. Srilaxmi, has received BEST PAPER for the title “In Silico and In vivo Studies on Quercetin as Potential Anti-Parkinson Agent” in the 3rd World Congress Genetics, Geriatrics & Neurodegenerative Diseases Research, Ionian university, Canada, 28-10-2018.

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D.Venkatesh,
H.T.No: 14H61R0022,
NIPER All India 16th Rank NIPER H.T.No: N000407

G.Divya,
H.T.No: 14H61R0026,
NIPER all India 116 th Rank , NIPER H.T.No: N002233

RANKS- 2017

GPAT NIPER PGECET

T Bhargavi - 166 T Bhargavi - 37 T Bhargavi - 7 Neela Bhagyasree-895
J Navya – 387 Soujanya- 61 V Vaishnavi – 8 M.Jaswitha-1210
R SatyaSree - 424 Shiva Rama Krisha -72 K Rohini Reddy - 32 Vayya Manasa-1837
Nina Farheen - 441 Sahithya- 79 J Vishwakarma - 58 ChintareddyRevanth Reddy-2078
K Rohini- 685 K Rohini- 178 S Kalpana Devi-233 N Ramjabi-2080
V Sowjanya – 717 J Navya- 194 K.Sai Sree-417 Kanakam Srija-2671
Siva Krishna - 777 NihaFarheen -215 Eranki Sai Lakshmi-488 Ruksana-2982
G Anagha - 965 G Anagha- 239 Uppala NarayanaSwamy-558 Asma Naureen-3915
V Vaishnavi - 1057 V Vaishnavi – 251 Koppula Kavya-644 Lakavath Naresh-3918
B Sai Ram – 1554 R Satyasree- 351 Noothpally Supriya-756 Mukka Kavitha-4511
B Sai Ram – 862 Gaddela Shirisha-894
  • B.Pharmacy & Pharm-D students have participated 1st International Conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICIPS-2016) held on July 29th -30th, 2016 in GURU NANAK INSTITUTIONS TECHNICAL CAMPUS Hyderabad.
  • B.Pharmacy IVth year & III year students have participated at Two day National Conference, “Trend setting Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences” at JNTU, Hyderabad held on 18th -19th July, 2016.
  • B.Pharmacy IVth year & III year students have participated as One Day Workshop on “Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship” at JNTU, Hyderabad held on 28th June, 2016.

RANKS- 2016

GPAT NIPER PGECET

Mounica - 451

Ashwini - 136

Ramisetti Prathibha-240

Deva Lavanya-1269

K Pranathi Reddy - 1072

Himabindu - 259

Soni Gudiboina-340

Sirigadi Madhurika-1400

E Laxmi - 1565

Pranathi - 391

Garigela Divya-644

Ananthnag-1824

Himabindu - 1568

Lakshmi - 998

Kolluju Niharika-960

Sai Priya Reddy-2000

S Ashwini - 4165

Mounica - 1337

ChinthapatlaHema Mlaini-1010

Bhasker-2000

V Rajender-1800

S Himabindu-3000

Nikhila Yammadanaga-2636

Esarapu Kavya-3500

Balothu Rajitha-3800

MocharlaVijaya Rekha-3000

  • Ananthanag Vellore participated in “Teegala Krishna Reddy College of Pharmacy ” for presenting the Paper Presentation entitled “Formulation & Evaluation of Venvafaxine Hydraochloride by direct compression method” in Two-Days National conference on “Transpiring Novelty and Hi-Tech Knowledge in Advanced Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, held on December 29 & 30th 2015 in Hyderabad.
  • M.Surya Chetana participated in “Teegala Krishna Reddy College of Pharmacy” for presenting the Paper Presentation entitled “Formulation & Evaluation of Proniosomal based drug delivery system of flurbiprofen” in Two-Day National conference on “Transpiring Novelty and Hi-Tech Knowledge in Advanced Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, held on December 29 & 30th 2015 in Hyderabad.
  • K.Mounica participated in “Teegala Krishna Reddy College of Pharmacy ” for presenting the Paper Presentation entitled “Molecular Modeling of Phentoamine for Cardiovascular disease” in Two-Days National conference on “Transpiring Novelty and Hi-Tech Knowledge in Advanced Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, held on December 29 & 30th 2015 in Hyderabad. She got the Ist Prize in this paper.
  • Komala Tulasi participated in “Teegala Krishna Reddy College of Pharmacy ” for presenting the Paper Presentation entitled “Formulation and Evaluation of Anti Microbial activity of Niosomal Organogel of Erythromycin” in Two-Days National conference on “Transpiring Novelty and Hi-Tech Knowledge in Advanced Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, held on December 29 & 30th 2015 in Hyderabad.
  • Pharm-D V Year Students have participated as Poster Presentation in the “Indian Pharmacological Society” at the 48th International Conference on “Cutting-Edge Pharmacology: Contemporary Issues and Future Challenges” held on December 18-20, 2015 in Savrashtra University, Rajkot, Gujarat.
  • B.Pharmacy IV yr students participated as Poster Presentation in the “OMICS International Conference” at the “8th Indo Global Summit & Expo on Vaccines, Therapeutics & Healthcare” held on November 02-04, 2015 in Hyderabad. Mr.Anurag Singh, MD.Aamiruddin M.Niharika, N.Bhavya P.Sandhya, D.Mohanty got a “Best Poster Award.”
  • B.Pharmacy IV yr. students visited “Gothic Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.,” on 18th and 19th September, 2015. Students actively interacted and observed various unit operations in solid and liquid dosages like tablet compression, coating, capsule filling, liquid filling, packing and labeling and clarified their doubts.

Faculty achievements


Dr Vasudha Bakshi, P Naveen faculty School of Pharmacy has participated in 3 days Workshop on Molecular Modelling Using Open Source Softwarein OU from 29th -31st Oct.

Dr Krishna Prasad, Pharmacology HOD, has received Best Paper Presentation in INNO PHARM3, 3rd international conference, 22-23th Oct 2018, Goa.

Dr. Ram Mohan, Dr. Baba Shankar Rao, Dr. Krishna Prasad, Dr.Ananda Kumar Participated and Presented in INNO PHARM3, 3rd international conference, 22-23th Oct 2018, Goa.

Mrs. AzmathFarhana has received Best Oral Presentation in 2nd INDO - MALAYSIAN CONFERENCE on the topic, “Phytochemical screening and antiulcer activity of Ethanolic extract of Actinidiadeliciosa” in RBVRR Womens college of Pharmacy 6th Oct 2018.

School of Pharmacy Received Best Bathukamma during Bathukamma Celebrations 13th Oct 2018, Anurag Group of Institutions.

Dr Vasudha Bakshi, Dean, School of Pharmacy, has Delivered lecture on “ Nano Robotics” in EMERGING TRENDS & NOVEL RESEARCH APPROCHES IN PHARMACEUTICAL FIELDa 3 week refresher course in JNTU Hyd. 17-09-2018 TO 10-10-2018.

Dr K Vivek Kumar Participated in 3 weeks Refresher course in JntuH on EMERGING TRENDS & NOVEL RESEARCH APPROACHES IN PHARMACEUTICAL FIELD during 17-09-2018 TO 10-10-2018

School of Pharmacy received Best NSS department, NSS dept. Coordinator, NSS Student coordinator. For the Academic Year 2017-18 Anurag Group of Institution

V.RajeshwarVodeti, K.RamadeviParticipated in Short term course on Gender Sensitization 30-07-2018 to 04-08-2018 Jntu Hyd.

  • S.K.Madhavi Harika has participated in the Teacher’s convention held on the occasion of 17th Foundation day celebrations of Vivekananda institute of human excellence on 9th September, 2016.
  • Dr.M.RamMohan has participated in the refresh course on “Challenge & Opportunities in Chemistry and Pharmacy-Current Scenario” “UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION” from 08th AUGUST to 30th AUGUST 2016 Organize by “JAWARHALAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD”. Participant has obtained A grade in the test conducted during the program.
  • D.Sireesha has participated in “Analytical Method Development and Validation for the Simultaneous Estimation of Lamivudine and Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate By-HPLC Method” in International conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICIPS-2016) Organized by Gurunanak Institutions” on 29th -30th July in Hyderabad.
  • P.Ramya Deepthi presented a Paper entitled on “Formulation & Evaluation of Famotidine Floating Microspheres” in International conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICIPS-2016) Organized by Gurunanak Institutions” on 29th -30th July in Hyderabad.
  • N.Lalitha Jyotsna presented an poster presentation on “Carbon Carriers for Genetic Transformation” in International conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICIPS-2016) organized by Gurunanak Institutions” on 29th -30th July in Hyderabad.
  • Dr.K.Vivek Kumar presented an poster presentation on “A study on knowledge and awareness of community pharmacist towards ADR reporting in International conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICIPS-2016) Organized by Gurunanak Institutions” on 29th -30th July in Hyderabad.
  • P.Naveen presented an poster presentation on “Herb-Drug Interaction between Terminelia chebula with Glimiride in Streptozotacin Induced Diabetic Rats” in International conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICIPS-2016) Organized by Gurunanak Institutions” on 29th -30th July in Hyderabad.
  • Dibyalochan Mohanty participated in International Conference on “Innovations in pharmaceutical Sciences (ICPS-2016)” in presenting the Poster entiteled “Design and characterization of TDDS patch on 29th-30th July 2016 at Guru Nanak Institutions in Hyderabad.
  • S.K.Madhavi Harika presented an oral prestation on the topic formulation development and evaluation of Itopride HCl floating tablets in International conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICIPS-2016) Organized by Gurunanak Institutions” on 29th -30th July in Hyderabad.
  • Mr. Jainendra Kumar has participated in theory and practical sessions of the 2nd National Level Workshop on “Principles and Practice of Molecular Modeling in Teaching and Research” held from July 21st- 23rd 2016 in AU College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.
  • Azmath Farhana has participated in Two day National Conference of “Trend Setting Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences” for the oral presenting with title “Effect of Anti-Inflammatory activity of ficus religiosa stem bark” on 18th -19th July in JNTU Hyderabad.
  • K.Rama Devi has participated in Two day National Conference of “Trend Setting Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences” for presenting the poster with title “Synthesis and Substituted Quinolines By Solvent & catalyst Free Conditions and Green Protocol” on 18th -19th July in JNTU Hyderabad.
  • S.Swapna has participated in two days National Conference of “Trend Setting Innovations in pharmaceutical Sciences, Organized by centre for Pharmaceutics Sciences ” for representing the committee member held on 18th -19th July in JNUT Hyderabad.
  • Dr.Vasudha Bakshi participated in “International Conference” on “Emergent Strategies For Impurity Profiling in presenting the Poster entiteled “ Neuroprotective effect of lurasidone on ketamine induced schizophrenia on 16th -17th July 2016 at Raghu campus, Dakamarri, Visakhapatnam.
  • Dibyalochan Mohanty participated in “ International Conference” on “Emergent Strategies For Impurity Profiling in presenting the Poster entiteled “ Formulation and characterization of transdermal patch of Amlodipine using Olive oil as Natural permeation enhancer on 16th -17th July 2016 at raghu campus, Dakamarri, Visakhapatnam.
  • P.Naveen has presented a Poster entitled on “Mystery of link between Zika virus infection and Gusslain-Baree Syndronge” in International conference on Emergent Strategies for Impurity Profilling Organized by Raghu College of Pharmacy on 16th -17th July 2016 Visakapatnam.
  • Dr.Gangarapu Kiran has participated one week workshop programme on “Communication soft skills” department of sciences & technology and Electronics & ICT Academy from 11th July to 16th July 2016 Organize by Anurag Group Of Institutions in association with NIT, Warangal.Participant has obtained A+ grade in the test conducted during the programme.
  • S.K.Madhavi Harika attended workshop on Emerging trends in pharmaceutical sciences organized by NIPER, Hyderabad on 9th July, 2016.
  • Mr.Krishna Sanka participated in Elsevier Publishing Campus Certificate of Completion on “Beginners Guide to Writing a Manuscript in Latexn” on 29th June 2016.
  • Dibyalochan Mohanty & K.Sunand participated in One day Workshop on “Innovation, Incubation and Entrepreneurship” at JNTU, Hyderabad held on 28th June 2016.
  • Mr.Krishna Sanka participated in Elsevier Publishing Campus Certificate of Completion on “Creating a Good Research Data Management Plan” on 23rd June 2016.
  • Dr.Vasudha Bakshi & D.Mohanty participated in “Gurunanak Institutions ” for presenting the Poster Presentation in One-Day National Symposium on 2nd April, 2016.
  • Dr.Vasudha Bakshi & S.K.Madhavi Harika participated in “JNTUH ” for presenting the Paper Presentation entitled “Formulation and Evaluation of Proniocomol Powder of Candesartan Cilexetil” in Two-Days National Symposium on “Challenges and Opportunities of Pharmaceutical Research in Education and Industry” 11th & 12 March, 2016, Sponsored by TSCHE and JNTUH.
  • Dr. Vasudha Bakshi, Principal Evaluator on Two days National Symposium on “Challenges and Opportunities of Pharmaceutical Research in Education and Industry” 11th & 12 March, 2016, Sponsored by TSCHE and JNTUH.

Events


School of Pharmacy, Pharmaceutics dept. conducted 1 Week FDP (Oct 1st to 6th) on “Recent Trends in Drug Discovery and Targeted Drug Delivery Systems” associated with APTI.

School of Pharmacy Celebrated World Pharmacist Day on 25thSep 2018. Dr Aravindababu, as Chief Guest, addressing the Pharmacy students on the topic “Pharmacists: Your Medicine Experts”

NSS Unit No -3 Organised Blood Donation camp in AGI, over 300 students donated blood, event chief guest is Dist. Collector M V Subba Reddy on Aug 1st 2018.

List of National and International Conference/ Workshops/Seminars OrganizedDuring Academic year 2017-18

S.No
Name of the Conference/ Workshops/ Seminars/ FDP’s/
Organized Date
1

Quality Improvement in Animal Experimentation

24 thApril 2018

2

Pharmaceutical Development Process & Development Process & Regulatory Affairs

28th& 29th March 2018

3

Pharmacovigilance : Adverse Drug Monitoring & Orphan Drugs with training on Vigiflow Software

15 th&16th September 2017

4

Teaching and researchMethodology in Pharmaceutical sciences

3ed to 8th July 2017

List of National and InternationalFDP’sConference/ Workshops/Seminars Organized during Academic year 2016-17

S.No
Name of the Conference/ Workshops/ Seminars/ FDP’s
Organized Date
1

Pharmacovigilance &Drug Safety

23rd , 24th September 2016

2

Recent advances and challenges in Formulation Development

8 th to 13 th August 2016

List of national and international conference/ workshops/seminars organized during Academic year 2015-16

S.No
Name of the Conference/ Workshops/ Seminars Organized Date
1
Recent Advances in Nanoscience & Colloids in Pharmaceutical Sciences 26th , 27th February 2016
2
Paving way for Advances in Pharmaceutical Sciences 23rd , 24th September 2016

Pharmacy Events 2016 (Academic Year)

  • A Guest Lecture by Dr.Balaji Utla, Chief Mentor, Myofficeit in topic on “Successful Teacher – Threats and Challenges” – dated on 13th June, 2016.
  • A Guest Lecture by Shambo Ghosh, as Clinical Team Leader at Biological E’ Ltd., topic on “Clinical Research and Future Prospects” – dated on 02nd July, 2016.
  • A Guest Lecture by Mr.Ravi Kiran,Manager of regulatory affairs of Hetro Drugs PVT LTD topic on “IPR & QbD” on 23rd July 2016.
  • Anurag Group of Institutions Conducted the “Anti-Ragging Awareness Program” for B.Pharm & Pharm.D students on 18th August 2016,Cheif Guest : Shri G.Sundeep- Assistant Commissioner of Police, Malkajigiri Division, Cyber bad East & Shri B.Prakash Inspector of Police (Ghatkesar).
  • Anurag Group of Institutions organized the International Workshop on “PHARMACOVIGILENCE AND DRUG SAFETY” on 23rd & 24th September 2016.
  • Anurag Group of Institutions Conducted World Pharmacist Day was celebrated on 26th September 2016 with the theme ““PHARMACIST: YOUR PARTNER IN HEALTH ”. As a part of celebrations, organized a “Blood Donation Camp” in association with NSS team on the same day. And we conducted a Guest Lectures by, topic on “ Drugs Saftey for you” by Mr.Pola Nagaraju PCI Registrar.

Sports

Cricket Runnerup prize-2016

Kho-Kho first prize-2018

Throw ball first prize & Cricket Runnerup prize-2018

Throw ball first prize-2017

Student Participations & winning in Sports

Team/Student name Event Year
Faculty – Mrs. Rajini Received first prize in caroms at AGI Sportsboutsynergy 2k18 2018 Jan
Girls - Throw ball team First prize in throw ball at AGI Sportsboutsynergy 2k18 2018 Jan
Girls – KHO-KHO team Received runner-up in girls KHO-KHO at AGI Sportsboutsynergy 2k18 2018 Jan
Girls – cricket team Received runner-up in girls cricket in AGI Sportsboutsynergy 2k18 2018 Jan
Sujatha Participated in KHO-KHO event at ACE Engineering college 2017 dec
Faculty- Volley ball Received runner-up in volleyball at Mega engineering college 2017 oct
Cricket team Receivedrunner-up in cricket tournament at Bharath institute of tech 2017 march
Sujatha Receivedrunner-up in Kho-Kho event at Tirumala engineering college 2017feb
Cricket team Participated in cricket tournament at VBIT 2017feb
Cricket team Participated in cricket at AGI sportsbout synergy 2k17 2017jan
Throw ball team Received runner-up in throw ball at AGI Sports bout synergy 2k17 2017jan
Bhavya Reddy First price in tennicoit at Megha engineering college 2017
Greeshma First price in throw ball at Tirumala college of engineering 2017
Faculty – Vollyball team Received runner-up prize in volleyball at AGI sport bout 2k16 2016
Amer Participated in Football D Zone at Hitham college & Tech 2016
S Mounika Runner up in Tennikoit single at AGI sports bout 2k16 2015
Cricket team Participated in cricket at AGI Sports bout 2k16 2015
Mounika&Hyma First price in Tennikoit at AGI sports bout 2k16 2015
K Radhika First price in carom single at AGI sports bout 2k15 2015
Basketball Team First price in basketball at AGI Sports bout 2k15 2015

Industry-Institute Interaction

The main objective of this cell is to as a liaison between industries and School of Pharmacy

The following are the major activities of the IIP cell:-

  1. Maintenance, coordination & promotion of consultancy services with proper links, with the departments in the college.
  2. Maintain and distribute funds obtained from consultancy Services for strengthening of the various departments in the college.
  3. Assist industries by supporting R&D programmes in the college, promote sponsored and joint R&D projects.
  4. Organise industrial training and industrial visits for students.
  5. Training of students by experts from industries by organizing workshop of hands on experience on equipments and also conducting guest lectures by industry personnel in delivering lectures on the latest technological development; evaluation of projects, development of curricula as per industry standards etc.
  6. Signing of MOU between School of pharmacy & the institution.

MOU's

Celestial Bio Labs

Cliniminds Pvt.Ltd.

Clinitech Pvt. Ltd.

Comprime Labs

Dr Macs Bio Pharma

Dr Reddy's

Global Medical education

HireMee

Innsosyn

KP Labs Pvt. Ltd.

Lyophilization Systems India

Syncorp Clincare

Yashodha Hospital

Placements

About Placement cell

Vision

To see thePharma students at top level of hierarchy in Pharma companies across the globe.

Objectives
  1. To work with the students to achieve their professional goals and explore their individual strengths.
  2. Career guidance and Counselling.
  3. Conducting campus drives &off campus drives.
  4. Support for resume writing, aptitude tests, group discussion and face to face interview skills.
Placement Policy

The motive of the placement cell is not only to develop and train the students but also toact as facilitators to coordinate the recruitment processes and arranging campus visits for prospective employers. We at the placement cell ensure that students have a strong grasp of the subject,writing a cover letter & CV. We also provides soft skills, personalized coaching, mock interviewsetc.Apart from the final placements, we provide internship in the pharma industries& industrial training which make the students to meet the real demands of industrybefore their graduation.

Dr. K. Mamatha - Training & Placement Officer
Dr. Vasudha Bakshi, Dean - Advisory member
Narender B - Chief Coordinator
N. Swetha Reddy- Member

PLACEMENTS 2018

School of Pharmacy conducted pool campus drive on Aug 4th 2018 in collaboration with OMICS International Pvt. Ltd. Hyd. Among participation from 37 students 9 students are selected and placed.

PLACEMENTS 2017

Placement and Higher Studies Summary Sheet and
List of Final Year Students and List of Placed Student Details are Available with this Document.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE DETAILS.

PLACEMENTS 2015
M. PHARMACY STUDENTS

Ashish kumar Hetero, Jedemetla
Naresh Hetero, Jedemetla
N. Shyam Prasad Hetero, Jedemetla
CH. Satya nandh Aizant , Dulapally, Komplli
CH.Shiresha GVK, Mallapur
N.Soujanya GVK, Mallapur
Shravani GVK, Mallapur
J. Vani Anjali GVK, Ramanthapur

PLACEMENTS- 2015
B.PHARMACY STUDENTS
SELECTED FOR SUTHERLAND GLOBAL SERVICES

Komala tulasi
Anjana
E kavya
Anurag singh
M. Niharika
D Mounica
P Gayathri
Sai Prathyush
P. Mounica

PLACEMENTS-2015
B.PHARMACY STUDENTS
SELECTED FOR MEDICO HEALTH CARE SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGIES

K Jyothi
C.Pallavi
K Tejaswini
A Sowmya
P Swarupa
R Soundharya
Sravanthi
B Serisha
M. Durga Shivani
M Vamshi Krishna
B Rajesh
M Venkatesh

PLACEMENTS-2015
B.PHARMACY STUDENTS

Hinduja global sevices 10 members selected
Medico Inc 12 members selected
In focus Rx 08 members selected

PLACEMENTS- 2015
POST BACCULERATE

A.Priyanka Global data research centre
V. Samskruthi MS (USA)
S. Sindhura MS (USA)
G.Shivaiah MS (USA)
C.Lavanya MS (USA)

Alumni

Anurag Alumni Association

Alumni meet 2016

Alumni meet 2017

Mr Pavan Kumar Alumni, interacting with Students 29.11.2018

Subba Rao Alumni Interacting with students 17.12.2018

Vision & Mission

To create splendid network & strengthen the relationship between alma mater and its alumni.

To facilitate constant interactions with the alumni, maintain support mechanisms for the alumni network which creates a healthy and sustainable relationship with the alumni.

About AAA

School of Pharmacy (Formerly Lalitha College of Pharmacy), Anurag Group of Institutions was established Alumni Association in 2010. There are more than 1000 alumni members who are constantly supporting the organization and helps the students in updating their knowledge & skills, supporting in career guidance, Placement assistance etc.

Convener - Mr.K.SrinivasaChalapati
Co- Convener - Dr. Tara Singh Thakur
Department coordinators – AzmathFarhana, K Sunand

Guest Lectures

Dr Srinivas Martha deliverd lecture on Pharmacogenetics & Pharmacogenomics

Dr Vure Prasad delivered lecture on Role of Nano particles in drug delivery systems

Mr. D.V.Phani Kumar deliverd guest lecture on Pharmacists for a healthy India

Mr. Ramesh, Manager, Lyophilization Systems India Pvt. Ltd deliverd guest lecture on Lyophilisation

Contact Us

Name: Mrs Rajani
Mail Id : rajanikatanguru@gmail.com
Phone No: 9959934134

Class Incharge & Mentors for the Academic year 2018-19 II – Semester

B Pharmacy

Year

Sec

Class Incharge

Phone number

Mentors

Phone number

H.T.No

 

IV

 

A

 

Dr. G. Baba Shankar Rao

 

95508 71855

Dr. G. Baba Shankar Rao

95508 71855

15H61R0001-20

Mrs. B. Nirosha

91217 61243

15H61R0021-41

 

IV

 

B

 

Mrs. K. Lalitha Jyotsna

 

83095 72432

Mrs.N. Swetha Reddy

80967 32222

15H61R0044-67

Mrs.N. Lalitha Jyotsna

83095 72432

15H61R0068-87

 

III

 

A

 

Mrs. N. Swetha Reddy

 

80967 32222

Mrs. N. Swetha Reddy

80967 32222

16H61R0001-20

Mr. B. Narender

96665 52211

16H61R0021-40,
15H61R0019 & 29

 

III

 

B

 

Ms. YasoDeepika

 

95533 32777

Ms. YasoDeepika

95533 32777

16H61R0041-66

Ms. K. Mounika

70755 57666

16H61R0067-89

Pharm D

Year

Class Incharge

Phone number

Mentors

Phone number

H.T.No

IV

Dr.MounikaTejaswi

8309547512

Mr. Rajendra Kumar

9866575814

15H61T0001-15,
14H61T0021

Dr.MounikaTejaswi

8309547512

15H61T0016-29

III

Dr. B. Hemanth Kumar

9652803569

Dr. B. Hemanth Kumar

9652803569

16H61T0001-15,
15H61T0018

Dr. A. Divya

8106443454

16H61T0016-30

II

Dr. M. Rammohan

99894 27087

Dr. M. Rammohan

99894 27087

17H61T0001-15

Mrs. AzmathFarhana

85558 81024

17H61T0016-30

I

Mr. B. Jainendra Kumar

95025 98051

Mr. B. Jainendra Kumar

95025 98051

18H61T0001-12

Dr. G. Kiran

99123 45280

18H61T0013-24

Outcome Based Education (OBE)

It’s a student-centric approach It’s not what teacher teaches, it’s what student learns The desired outcomes are determined first and the programme curriculum, teaching and learning methodology and supporting facilities are designed to support the intended outcomes

  • Program Educational Objectives (PEO)
  • Program Outcomes (PO)
  • Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)
  • Programme Assessment Committee (PAC)
  • Department Advisory Board (DAB)
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