P.hd in Pharmacy:Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Babu Banarasi Das National Institute of Technology & Managem
In Lucknow

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  • PhD
  • Lucknow

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Sector-I, Dr. Akhilesh Das Nagar, , Uttar Pradesh, India
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Course programme

P.hd in Pharmacy:Pharmaceutical Chemistry

The Faculty of Pharmacy started in the year 2001 with B.Pharm. Programme having an intake of 60 students. The U.P.Technical University, Lucknow selected the institute as the lone study centre for M.Pharm. (Pharm. Chem.) in the year 2004, which was approved by the AICTE in 2007. The intake in B. Pharm. programme was increased to 90 students in 2007. B.Pharm. course is duly approved by AICTE and PCI, and was accredited by NBA for 5 years from the year 2007. The Faculty of Pharmacy is known for the quality of education and research, discipline and high moral values and ethics, all with a personal touch. The Faculty of Pharmacy has many firsts to its credit in the state of U.P. and the pioneering accomplishments
The research activities in the Faculty of Pharmacy are at par with the best in the profession. More than 75 M. Pharm. dissertations have contributed in the development of the R & D. Four faculty members are pursuing research for Ph.D. programme. The international and national publications/presentations explain the quantum and quality of research being done.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry:
1. Synthesis, Characterization and evaluation of various derivatives of thiazolidinones, benzimidazoles, Triazines, pyrimidines, isatin, piperidines, Schiff bases, Mannich bases, peptides and their conjugates, etc.

2. Isolation, characterization and screening of various plants like Withania coagulans, Garcinia indica, Oroxylum indicum, Chlorophytum borivilianum, Rhododendron arboretum, Berberis aristata, Ricinus communis, Abrus precatorius, etc.

3. Development of Novel Methods for Estimation of drugs in combinations through RP-HPLC.

4. Natural Product Inspired Synthesis.

5. Solid Phase Synthesis.

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