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B.Pharm(Bachelor of Pharmacy)

Level: Under Graduate

Intake : 100 Seats

DTE Code: 636082310

Assessment Pattern: Semester + Annual

Study Mode: Full Time (04 Years)

Location: Universe Campus, Tathawade, Pune

Under Graduate Program

B Pharmacy (Bachelor of Pharmacy) is a job-oriented graduate degree for science students who want to make a career in the pharmacy sector. B.Pharm. course duration is of four years with eight semesters. The B. Pharm. degree is one of the most sought after degrees because of its wide scope and vast career opportunities. B.Pharm syllabus covers all the facets of healthcare including bio-chemical areas that concern the preparation of medicines and implementing those for the right diagnosis. Students study about various subjects like Industrial Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Pharmacology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacy Management etc. As per the B. Pharm. syllabus, an aspirant is instructed the intricacies of medicines and their effect on the human body along with the details of the chemical and organic properties of all the elements used. B. Pharm. is all about maintaining a standardized quality of people’s health and living. The program teaches students how to become attentive professionals so as to ensure the selection of the right drug for the right treatment. Pharmacy is an intricate art of preparing drugs and medicines with complete and in-depth knowledge about its ill-effects with legitimate data and instruction.

The course imparts complete theoretical and practical knowledge about drugs and aids in developing all the necessary skills to counsel patients on the use of medicines and drugs. The curriculum includes a number of practical experiments along with theory classes in allied subjects. Pharmacy education and profession in India up to the graduate level is regulated by the Pharmacy Council of India [PCI], a statutory body governed by the provisions of the Pharmacy Act, 1948 passed by the Indian Parliament.

Knowledge about health care and biomedical science with the skills to predict the nature of medicines and analyze the same for the betterment of humanity is one of the key responsibilities of a B. Pharm. professional. Successful completion of the degree entitles the student to become an ethical and knowledgeable pharmacist.

Learning Outcome

  • B. Pharm. course has the objective to enable the students to understand the right drug for the right treatment at the right time.
  • The course has the objective that helps students learn about various methods of formulation and development of dosage forms.
  • To foster development of students through participation in various national conferences, competitions and symposia.
  • To develop in students leadership skills, team building skills, community service outlook, continuing education opportunities, and ethical practices.
  • B. Pharm. course aims at the objective of creating trained pharmacist for healthcare industry in public and private sectors.

Key Program Takeaways

  • Formulation & development of drugs and delivery systems
  • In-depth knowledge of drugs and its effects on body
  • Practical applications in pharmaceutical and healthcare industry
  • Develop team-work
  • Analytical Skills
  • Entrepreneurial Skills
  • Community involvement
  • Being an active part of healthcare team
  • Ethical & professional individual
  • Chemistry and synthesis of drugs

Courses Intake DTE Code Duration
B. Pharm 100 636082310 04 Years

Eligibility Criteria:As per norms set by DTE Maharashtra

  1. For Admission to First Year B. Pharm:
    • The candidate should be an Indian National;
    • Passed HSC or its equivalent examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the Mathematics or Biotechnology or Biology and obtained at least 50% marks (at least 45 % marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories and Persons with Disability belonging only to Maharashtra State) in the above subjects taken together;
    • Obtained Score in CET.
    • PIO admissions as per AICTE and State Govt norms (Intake -09 seats).
  2. Direct Second Year (Lateral Entry)
    • The Candidate should be an Indian National;
    • Passed Diploma Course in Pharmacy with at least 45 % marks (at least 40 % marks in case of candidates of Backward class categories and Persons with disability belonging to Maharashtra State only) from an All India Council for Technical Education or Pharmacy Council of India or Central or State Government approved Institution or its equivalent.
    • Any other criterion declared by appropriate authority from time to time.
  3. List of documents required for admission process (B. Pharm);
    Sr. No. Name of document SC/ST SBC/NT/ OBC Open
    1 MHT-CET Marksheet yes yes yes
    2 12th Marksheet yes yes yes
    3 10th Marksheet yes yes yes
    4 Leaving certificate yes yes yes
    5 Domecile/ birth certificate yes yes yes
    6 Nationality certificate yes yes yes
    7 Caste certificate yes yes no
    8 Caste validity certificate yes yes no
    9 Non-Creamylayer certificate no yes no
    10 Family annual income certificate no yes yes
    11 Aadhaar card yes yes yes
  4. NOTE :The rules & regulations as laid down by Govt. of Maharashtra, AICTE, PCI& Directorate of Technical Education from time to time, shall be applicable and binding to the candidate.
  5. For Further guidance and counselling, please contact:
    Sr. No. Name of Faculty Contact Number
    1 Dr. Dayanand Kannur 09011064343
    2 Dr. Amir Shaikh 09881785923
    3 Dr. Rahul Buchade 7350432320

As per SPPU guidelines

Course Details:

Study for B.Pharm shall extend over a period of eight semesters (four academic years) and the syllabus for the program shall be prescribed by Pharmacy Council of India. The medium of instruction and examination shall be in English.


Theory and Laboratory courses:

Courses are broadly classified as Theory and Practical. Theory courses consist of lecture (L) and/or tutorial (T) hours, and Practical (P) courses consist of hours spent in the laboratory. Credits(C) for a course is dependent on the number of hours of instruction per week in that course, and is obtained by using a multiplier of one(1) for lecture and tutorial hours, and a multiplier of half(1/2) for practical (laboratory) hours. Thus, for example, at theory course having three lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the semester carries a credit of 4.Similarly, a practical having four laboratory hours per week throughout semester carries a credit of 2.

Minimum credit requirements:

The minimum credit points required for a ward of a B.Pharm. Degree is 208.These credits are divided into Theory courses, Tutorials, Practical, Practice School and Project over the duration of eight semesters. The credits are distributed semester-wise as shown in Table IX. Courses generally progress in sequences, building competencies and their positioning indicates certain academic maturity on the part of the learners. Learners are expected to follow thesemester-wise schedule of courses given in the syllabus.

Table-I: Course of study for semester I

Course code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP101T Human Anatomy and Physiology I– Theory 3 1 4
BP102T Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Theory 3 1 4
BP103T Pharmaceutics I – Theory 3 1 4
BP104T Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Theory 3 1 4
BP105T Communication skills – Theory * 2 - 2
Remedial Biology/
Remedial Mathematics – Theory*
2 - 2
BP107P Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical 4 - 2
BP108P Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical 4 - 2
BP109P Pharmaceutics I – Practical 4 - 2
BP110P Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry – Practical 4 - 2
BP111P Communication skills – Practical* 2 - 1
BP112RBP Remedial Biology – Practical* 2 - 1
Total 32/34$/36# 4 27/29$/30#

Table-II: Course of study for semester II

Course Code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP201T Human Anatomy and Physiology II – Theory 3 1 4
BP202T Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I – Theory 3 1 4
BP203T Biochemistry – Theory 3 1 4
BP204T Pathophysiology – Theory 3 1 4
BP205T Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Theory * 3 - 3
BP206T Environmental sciences – Theory * 3 - 3
BP207P Human Anatomy and Physiology II –Practical 4 - 2
BP208P Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I– Practical 4 - 2
BP209P Biochemistry – Practical 4 - 2
BP210P Computer Applications in Pharmacy – Practical* 2 - 1
Total 32 4 29

*Non University Examination (NUE)

Table-III: Course of study for semester III

Course code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP301T Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Theory 3 1 4
BP302T Physical Pharmaceutics I – Theory 3 1 4
BP303T Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Theory 3 1 4
BP304T Pharmaceutical Engineering – Theory 3 1 4
BP305P Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry II – Practical 4 - 2
BP306P Physical Pharmaceutics I – Practical 4 - 2
BP307P Pharmaceutical Microbiology – Practical 4 - 2
BP 308P Pharmaceutical Engineering –Practical 4 - 2
Total 28 4 24

Table-IV: Course of study for semester IV

Course code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP401T Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry III– Theory 3 1 4
BP402T Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory 3 1 4
BP403T Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory 3 1 4
BP404T Pharmacology I – Theory 3 1 4
BP405T Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I– Theory 3 1 4
BP406P Medicinal Chemistry I – Practical 4 - 2
BP407P Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical 4 - 2
BP408P Pharmacology I – Practical 4 - 2
BP409P Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry I – Practical 4 - 2
Total 31 5 28

Table-V: Course of study for semester V

Course code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP501T Medicinal Chemistry II – Theory 3 1 4
BP502T Industrial PharmacyI– Theory 3 1 4
BP503T Pharmacology II – Theory 3 1 4
BP504T Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II– Theory 3 1 4
BP505T Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence – Theory 3 1 4
BP506P Industrial PharmacyI – Practical 4 - 2
BP507P Pharmacology II – Practical 4 - 2
BP508P Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry II –Practical 4 - 2
Total 27 5 26

Table-VI: Course of study for semester VI

Course code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP601T Medicinal Chemistry III – Theory 3 1 4
BP602T Pharmacology III – Theory 3 1 4
BP603T Herbal Drug Technology – Theory 3 1 4
BP604T Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics –Theory 3 1 4
BP605T Pharmaceutical Biotechnology – Theory 3 1 4
BP606T Quality Assurance –Theory 3 1 4
BP607P Medicinal chemistry III – Practical 4 - 2
BP608P Pharmacology III – Practical 4 - 2
BP609P Herbal Drug Technology – Practical 4 - 2
Total 30 6 30

Table-VII: Course of study for semester VII

Course code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP701T Instrumental Methods of Analysis – Theory 3 1 4
BP702T Industrial PharmacyII – Theory 3 1 4
BP703T Pharmacy Practice – Theory 3 1 4
BP704T Novel Drug Delivery System – Theory 3 1 4
BP705P Instrumental Methods of Analysis –Practical 4 - 2
BP706PS Practice School* 12 - 6
Total 28 5 24

* Non University Examination (NUE)

Table-VIII: Course of study for semester VIII

Course code Name of the course No.of hours Tutorial Credit points
BP801T Biostatistics and Research Methodology 3 1 4
BP802T Social and Preventive Pharmacy 3 1 4
BP803ET Pharma Marketing Management 3+3=6 1+1=2 4+4=8
BP804ET Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science
BP805ET Pharmacovigilance
BP806ET Quality Control and Standardization of Herbals
BP807ET Computer Aided Drug Design
BP808ET Cell and Molecular Biology
BP809ET Cosmetic Science
BP810ET Experimental Pharmacology
BP811ET Advanced Instrumentation Techniques
BP812ET Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals
BP813PW Project Work 12 - 6
Total 24 4 22

Table-IX: Semester wise credits distribution

Semester Credit Points
I 27/29$/30#
II 29
III 26
IV 28
V 26
VI 26
VII 24
Extracurricular/ Co curricular activities 01*
Total credit points for the program 209/211$/212#

* The credit points assigned for extracurricular and or co-curricular activities shall be given by the Principals of the colleges and the same shall be submitted to the University. The criteria to acquire this credit point shall be defined by the colleges from time to time.


Scholarship as per Government Rules.


Sr. No. Course Tuition Fees Development Fees Total Fees per Year
1. B. Pharmacy Rs. 1,31,579/- Rs. 18,421/- Rs. 1,50,000/-
2. M. Pharmacy Pharmaceutics Rs. 1,27,194/- Rs. 17,806/- Rs. 1,45,000/-
3. Pharm. D. (Doctor of Pharmacy) Rs. 1,49,123/- Rs. 20,877/- Rs. 1,70,000/-
4. Pharm. D. Post Baccalaureate Rs. 1,28,318/- Rs. 16,682/- Rs. 1,45,000/-
5. D. Pharm. (Diploma in Pharmacy) Rs. 60,176 /- Rs. 7,824/- Rs. 68,000/-
6. M. Pharm. – Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Rs. 1,27,194/- Rs. 17,806/- Rs. 1,45,000/-
7. M. Pharm. Pharmacology Rs. 1,27,194/- Rs. 17,806/- Rs. 1,45,000/-


The Indian pharmaceutical industry is one of the largest pharma industries in the world. This increases the scope of pharma studies in India. Pharmacy is a noble profession that provides a satisfying career and high-paying jobs. Like many fields within and outside of the health care sector, pharmacy has seen changes over the past few decades because of economic realities and changes in health care practice overall. Career options are not only available in India, but worldwide. Research and Development is a major area in the pharma industry, where new drug development, formulation development, analysis and toxicological studies are performed. These analyses are done through sophisticated and state-of-the-art machines. For research and development purposes, skilled researchers and technicians are in high demand and so pharmacy as a career is gaining immense recognition. The scope of pharmacy today includes global healthcare which has given rise to clinical research, medicinal manufacturing and marketing, for improvement or maintenance of a patient’s quality of life and for providing them with appropriate drug information.

Indira College of Pharmacy is actively involved in conducting various certification programs, seminars, guest lectures and training sessions for budding pharmacy students.

These programs not only help them in developing as professional trained pharmacist but also nurture them in a way that they become globally competent and work towards the sufferings of mankind.


  • Technical sessions, seminars by experts from industry and academia
  • Aptitude sessions
  • Participation in poster and paper presentations
  • Soft skill development sessions
  • Mock Interviews
  • Group discussions
  • Professional Guidance


Successful completion of the course allows the students to opt for the multidisciplinary further education opportunities.

  • Master of Pharmacy (M Pharmacy)
  • Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D)
  • Master in Business administration (MBA)
  • MS


  • Registered Pharmacists
  • Research associate
  • Formulation scientist
  • Production officer
  • Quality control officer
  • Quality assurance officer
  • Sales personnel
  • Marketing executive / manager
  • Clinical research associate
  • Clinical data manager
  • Data analyst
  • Pharmacovigilance Scientist
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Retail/Wholesale chemist shops
  • Pharma consultant
  • Nuclear Pharmacy
  • Nutrition Support pharmacy
  • Oncology pharmacy
  • Psychiatric pharmacy
  • Forensic Pharmacy


Pharmacy is a unique profession that provides an expertise in manufacturing of medicines, health-care service to patient, ensures safe and effective use of medication for better health and well-being.State-of-the-art laboratories are the back bone of any Pharmacy College. At Indira College of Pharmacy, the institute has well equipped and highly sophisticated laboratories; instrumentation facility room which satisfies the practical and research need of the students.The college has sufficient number of labs under different departments for practical training in all the major areas of pharmacy. The labs are well furnished and designed to permit students ample working space.

  • Pharmaceutics labs
  • Pharmacology labs
  • Pharmacognosy labs
  • Pharmaceutical Analytical labs
  • Medicinal Chemistry labs
  • Pharmacy Practice lab
  • Instrumentation room
  • M.Pharm lab

Library Profile

ICP library is a very special place in the Universe campus of Indira Group Institutes, with its rich collection of books and journals, e-journals, CDs etc. in the field of Pharmacy. It is a most lively place on the campus providing a comfortable and friendly environment that enables learning and advancement of knowledge.

Aims & Objectives of ICP Library

The Library aims at providing effective information services to students & faculty members with improved and easy access to the latest information & projects and creates a healthy learning environment.

ICP Library Collection

The Library has developed an excellent collection of books, Journals, magazines, and newspapers both national and International. The library has also developed non book collection which includes e-journals, e-books, CDs. Besides this it also maintains separate collection of reference books, bound volumes of journals and project reports.

No. Name of the Subject Titles Volumes
1 Pharmaceutics 228 1434
2 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 241 1975
3 Pharmacology 251 1342
4 Pharmacognosy 44 412
5 Reference 104 209
6 Novels 277 316
7 Others 153 589
Total 1298 6277

The entire collection has been classifies using Dewey Decimal Classification Scheme and SLIM 21 software is used in the library. Library patron can search resources through OPAC.

E-Resources At ICP Library :

ICP library subscribed e-journals available through Bentham and Elsevier details are as follows

  • BENTHAM (23 e-journals) Backfiles Access since 2000
  • ELSEVIER SCIENCE DIRECT (70 e-Journals) Backfile access from 2000 onwards

Library Services Document Delivery:

To fulfil the information needs of the end user through information/document supply is a document delivery service.

Book bank:

The scheme is initiated by the Social Welfare Department for SC/ST students which assist such students to avail books for whole semester. The student is suppose to return the same on his/her completion of term.

SDI Selective Dissemination of Information:

SDI service is a model service which ensures that the periodicals and journals subscribed by the library are effectively read by all users.

Current Awareness Service (CAS):

CAS enables the students and faculties to become aware of the new arrivals in the library are it books, CDs, periodicals, journals. The bibliographic information of the new items in the library in a particular month is listed and circulated to all users to make them aware of the new arrivals in the library.

Display of News Display of New arrivals:

Display of Xerox copies of articles published online.

Information Alert Services:

ICP library offered following current awareness services to alert users about the latest information of their interest: List of Additions, New arrivals List-you-miss News items display Useful articles display Display of book Reviews

Current Contents:

The Current contents service is useful to many students and faculties who are short of time and wish to know at a glance about the new articles published in the journals & periodicals. The contents page of important subject specific journals & periodicals is scanned and emailed to all users to enable them to understand the topics under discussion for the month in various journals & periodicals. This service can be said to save the time of the users.

Inter library loan:

The library offers inter library loan service to its patrons for the books and docs not available in thelibrary by procuring them from the other libraries within the reach.

Reference service:

The library upholds a separate collection like encyclopedias, dictionaries, handbooks, atlases etc. Readers may approach to the Librarian’s desk for any of such services.


The library has a separate Xerox machine within its ambiance to serve better.

Animal House

The animal house facility is available to boost the teaching, training and research facilities and to meet the growing demand for high quality laboratory animals in emergent field of experimental Pharmacology and for post graduate students. Qualified veterinarians and technical personnel are always at hand to help carry out research.Institutional Animal Ethical Committee is formed according to CPCSEA guidelines to monitor the learning and research activities

Computer Centre

The IGI has truly world class, campus wide state-of-the-art information technology tools that are designed to meet the computing and communication needs of the Institute. IGI has a fast, reliable and robust computer network of more than 2000 Nodes. This network has Gigabit fiber backbone connectivity to all the blocks and departments. All the departments are connected through layer 2 & 3 switches to provide 100 mbps connectivity at the user end.The central server room has advance server setup which includes Anti virus server, Domain controller, Firewall, DB servers.

  • Internet connectivity from Tata Communications: 30 mbps Leased line.
  • Wifi Connectivity throughout the campus available 24x7.
  • Video Conferencing facility for remote sessions.
  • The machines are equipped with the latest configuration.
  • Apart from hardware resources Computer Center provides different operating systems (Windows and Linux), wide range of application software.

Language Lab

Good communication skills are indispensable for the success of any professional. The English language, in particular, has become essential in the lives of young people who aspire to advance their careers anywhere in the world.

Language learning is not the same as learning any other subject. It is not confined to writing an examination and getting a degree or award. The four skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking have to be practiced. Being able to communicate well is the most important factor when seeking a placement in a company or institution.Communication involves one’s ability to listen carefully so as to grasp the meaning and to respond in turn with apt words and clarity of pronunciation.

The language laboratory plays an important role in this process.Our Language Laboratory in houses Advanced Pentium Computer Systems and Innovative products such as digital multimedia control, headsets and microphones, the interactive response control, etc. which are very useful for students learning languages for communication. It is very useful for assessing students' speech & provides students with the technical tools to get the best samples of pronunciation of the language. The electronic devices used in the laboratory will stimulate the eyes and ears of the learner to acquire the language quickly and easily. The laboratory’s collection is designed to assist learners in the acquisition and maintenance of aural comprehension, oral and written proficiency, and cultural awareness. It offers web-assisted materials and videotaped off-air recordings in the target language.

The laboratory provides a facility which allows the student to listen to model pronunciation, repeat and record the same, listen to their performance and compare with the model, and do self-assessment. It gives every learner of any language freedom to learn at their own pace; it is flexible and does not necessarily require a teacher all the time. At the same time, the teacher provides assistance individually and collectively.


Indira offers one of the largest hostel facilities amongst Graduate Education Institutes in Maharashtra. The Boys and Girls Hostel comes up with 1500 student capacity and excellent amenities such as Wi-Fi connectivity, Back –up and a hygienic mess. Around 200 students will be accommodated this year in the hostel. Students opting to stay in the hostel will have to book their room at the earliest, as the allotment is done on a first come first basis.


Transport facility is available on payment basis, to students and employees from all major destinations in Pune city and adjoining areas. The service is outsourced to a professional service provider and is controlled by Administration department of the college.


Indira College of pharmacy has a spacious campus with its own auditorium, conference room, and sports centre. The students have all the adequate facilities for indoor and outdoor games ,sports and extra-curricular activities. Students can indulge in various delicacies provided in cafeteria and relax with friends. For overall physical development of students, campus provides them with gym facilities.

Our Staff

Dr.Madhur Chandrasekhar Kulkarni

Dr.Madhur Chandrasekhar Kulkarni
Head of the Department Pharmaceutics

Qualification: Ph.D. (Tech.)

Industrial Exp:8.2 years

Academic Exp:9 years

Research Papers:12


 Amir Afzal Shaikh

Amir Afzal Shaikh
Associate Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm, PhD, DIPL.

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp:12 years

Research Papers:18

Books Written:3

Roopal Sunil Bhat

Roopal Sunil Bhat
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm - Pharmaceutics

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp:3.6 years

Research Papers:0

Books Written:0

Meghna Mandar Dabhadkar

Meghna Mandar Dabhadkar
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm(Pharmaceutics), PGDBM

Industrial Exp: 6 years

Academic Exp: 3 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Ms. Poonam Subhash Karekar

Ms. Poonam Subhash Karekar
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharmacy (Biopharmaceutics)

Industrial Exp: 2.8 years

Academic Exp:6.4 years

Research Papers: 13

Books Written: 0

 Mrs. Kalyani Pruthviraj Dhavale

Mrs. Kalyani Pruthviraj Dhavale
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 6 months

Research Papers:2

Books Written:0

 Dr.Suvarna Ingale

Dr.Suvarna Ingale
Professor and HOD –Dept. of Pharmacology and Pharm. D

Qualification: M. Pharm(Pharmacology), PhD

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp:18

Research Papers:31

Books Written:2

 Dr.Subash Kumbhar

Dr.Subash Kumbhar
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm(Biopharmaceutics), Phd

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 15 years

Research Papers: 21

Books Written: 0

 Dr.Digambar Ambikar

Dr.Digambar Ambikar
Assistant Professor –Pharmacology

Qualification: M. Pharm, Ph. D

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 13 years

Research Papers: 18

Books Written: 0

 Ms. Sneha Joshi

Ms. Sneha Joshi
Assistant Professor - Pharmacology

Qualification: M. Pharmacy (Pharmacology)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 6 Years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Ms. Tejal Mulay

Ms. Tejal Mulay
Assistant Professor - Pharmacology

Qualification: M. Pharmacy (Pharmacology)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 2 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Dr. (Mrs.) Anagha Joshi

Dr. (Mrs.) Anagha Joshi
Principal & HOD (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Qualification: M.Pharm;Ph.D.

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 25 years

Research Papers: 8

Books Written: 2

 Dr. (Mrs.) Archana M.  Karnik

Dr. (Mrs.) Archana M. Karnik
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Pharm(Pharmaceutical Chemistry)Ph.D.

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 12 years 5 months

Research Papers: 7

Books Written: 0

 Dr.Manasi Jayant Wagdarikar

Dr.Manasi Jayant Wagdarikar
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm, Ph. D

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 12 years

Research Papers: 10

Books Written: 2

 Mrs. Rutuja Vijay Kamble

Mrs. Rutuja Vijay Kamble
Assistant Professor

Qualification: Master in Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 8 years 7 months

Research Papers: 04

Books Written: 0

 Sunil Ramhari Kakad

Sunil Ramhari Kakad
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 12 years

Research Papers: 03

Books Written: 0

 Amruta Walvekar

Amruta Walvekar
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 4.9 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Pallavi Chouhan

Pallavi Chouhan
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm (Quality Assurance Techniques)

Industrial Exp: 10 years

Academic Exp: 3.8 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Dr. Rahul Subhash Buchade

Dr. Rahul Subhash Buchade
Assistant Professor – Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Qualification: M. Pharmacy ,Ph.D

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 12

Research Papers: 6

Books Written: 0

 Shubham Vijay Pawar

Shubham Vijay Pawar
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M Pharmacy (Pharmaceutical Chemistry)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 2.1 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Mrs. Nikita Kishor Kale

Mrs. Nikita Kishor Kale
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 06 years

Research Papers: 2

Books Written: 0

 Dr. Dayanand M. Kannur

Dr. Dayanand M. Kannur
Vice Principal & Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm., Ph.D.

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 17 years

Research Papers: 16

Books Written: -

 Mr. Shriniwas Pramod Patil

Mr. Shriniwas Pramod Patil
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M. Pharm. (Pharmacognosy)

Industrial Exp:- years

Academic Exp: 8 years

Research Papers: 11

Books Written: 0

 Kiran Sanjay Kudale

Kiran Sanjay Kudale
Assistant Professor

Qualification: M.Pharmacy(Pharmacognosy)

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 10 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Dr.Beena Annie Sam

Dr.Beena Annie Sam
Assistant Professor

Qualification: Pharm.D

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 4 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Dr. Shraddha P. Devarshi

Dr. Shraddha P. Devarshi
Assistant Professor

Qualification: Doctor of Pharmacy- PharmD

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 3 years 1 month

Research Papers: 05

Books Written: 1

 Dr.Divya Ashok Kulkarni

Dr.Divya Ashok Kulkarni
Assistant professor

Qualification: Pharm D

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 4 years

Research Papers: 0

Books Written: 0

 Dr. Pooja Sharda Janardan

Dr. Pooja Sharda Janardan
Assistant Professor

Qualification: Pharm.D

Industrial Exp: - years

Academic Exp: 11 months

Research Papers: 3

Books Written: 0