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1 Mandatory Disclosure by institutions running AICTE approved Engineering/Technology/Pharmacy programmes to be included in their respective information Brochure, displayed on their website and to be submitted to AICTE every year together with its URL. The Following information is to be given in the information brochure besides being hosted on the Institutions official Website. The information has been provided by the concerned institution and the onus of authenticity lies with the institution and not AICTE. I. Name of the Institution ANAND PHRAMACY COLLEGE OPP. TOWN HALL, ANAND -388001 Ph No.:-(Telefax) 02692-250020 E-Mail : principal@apc.ac.in II Name & Address of the Director Dr. Tejal R. Gandhi Principal, Anand Pharmacy College, Anand. 388001 Ph.No.: 02692-250020 III Name of the Affiliating University SARDAR PATEL UNIVERSITY VALLABH VIDYANAGAR GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY AHMEDABAD IV Governance Members of the Board and their brief background Members Designation Qualification Experience Shri. Kiritbhai Patel Chairman B.E 20 years Smt. Jyotsnaben Patel Member B.E 16 years (Hon. Secretary SRKSM) Shri Manubhai Patel Member B.E 44 years (President SRKSM) Dr. R.K. Goyal AICTE Nominee Ph.D. (P Cology) 29 years Prof. J.R.Patel DTE Nominee M.E ,Ph.D. 29 years Dr. Tejal Gandhi Member Secretary. M.Pharm, Ph.D. 17 years (Principal) 2 Members of Academic Advisory Body Sr. No Name of the Member Detail 1. Smt Jyotsana K. Patel Hon. Secretary, SRKSM. 2. Shri.Kiritbhai Patel Trustee, SRKSM 3. Dr. Lal Hingorani Director, Pharmenza Herbal Pvt. Ltd. 4. Shri Bhaveshbhai Patel The Managing Director Marck Parentals (India) Ltd. Ahmedabad 5. Dr. Mukesh C. Gohel Principal,LMCP , Ahmedabad 6. Dr. Shailesh Shah PG Director, 7. Dr. B. N. Suhagiya Prof. Dept of Pharmachemistry LMCP, Ahmedabad 8. Dr. Tejal R.Gandhi Principal & Prof. Anand Pharmacy College, Anand. Frequency of the Board Meetings and Academic Advisory Body Twice in a year Organizational chart and processes Enclosure 1 Nature and extent of involvement of faculty and students in academic affairs/ improvements Enclosure 2 Mechanisms/Norms & procedure for democratic/good Governance Vision and mission statement of Anand Pharmacy College is defined in joint co-ordination of the head of the institute and all the staff members including the teaching and non-teaching staff. Vision and mission statement was explained and presented before all staff members by head of the institute and feedback in terms of contributions made and improvements necessary in future is done on timely basis. The various activities, sections and operational methodology have been defined, implemented and supervised continuously to upgrade the whole process. Co relation and adapting of activities, processes and sections with the organizational chart is being regularly maintained along with definition of functional heads (with Job Profile) (Enclosure 1) Induction manual is being prepared and modified year by year in which the mechanism of working and information regarding all the policies/rules and regulation of the institute is mentioned and explained to new member joining the institute. The institution has also developed a mechanism of regular meeting at department level to suggest any discrepancy in the systems. Administrative in charge and all concerned HODs are responsible to ensure the implementation part conveyed to staff members during the regular presentation. Monthly departmental meeting along with meetings of all the committees handling various activities and processes are in effect which provides all the staff members, an equal opportunity to put their opinion among the higher decision making authorities vice versa head of the department and of the Institute can make aware the members regarding changes expectations and employees involvement for the betterment. Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/faculty performance Student counseling (Enclosure 3) 3Individual students counseling (General) helps in understanding the behavior and expectations of the students towards the institutions and its facilities. A well-developed questionnaire is filled with the response of the students and analyses of the findings are ensured to implement the suggestions and queries raised by the students. The current procedure of student counseling involves immense faculty involvement. Twenty students are allotted to each teacher and the teacher is in continuous contact with those 20 students. A monthly formal meeting is also organized with the students and the counselor whereby every problem (academic and non-academic) is discussed and sorted. The counselor tries to resolves the issue by him/her self but can also raise the issue to the counseling head in case of difficulty. Student counseling ensures satisfaction of the students pertaining to various academic and non-academic activities. The students are also encouraged and motivated to perform various activities and explore their talents. The students were also encouraged to undertake various small projects in pharmacy to get them acquainted with the research prospective and enabling them writing or presenting research abstracts/articles and projects. Suggestion Box A suggestion box, which is permanently placed in the Library and administrative office area of the institute, is an open way of communication by the students with the higher officials. Students can communicate their routine problems problems, feedback and queries without mentioning their names. The suggestion box is being scrutinized by the head of the institute on monthly basis. Committee headed by The Principal and all HODs of the institutions are taking care for successful completion of student counseling process and implementation of student suggestion. Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students Committee headed by The Principal and all the HODs of the institution are taking care for successful implementation of student suggestion feedback. The same committee is authorized for the implementation of grievance redressal system at the institute level. The student counseling system is being implemented. The committee ensures regarding organization of regular department level and entire staff level meetings to solve the problems and grievance on a common ground. Suggestion Box for students is placed in the library area and at Admin office. Additionally the Student Counseling process also helps in implementation of Grievance redressal mechanism. All faculty members are assigned duties as Student counselor, whereby at least 20 Students are allotted to faculty members. Faculty members as Students counselor play a pivotal role in motivating the students, information dissemination and collecting feedback from the students. V. PROGRAMMES 4 * Name of the Programmes approved by AICTE B.PHARM, M.PHARM (Pharmacology & Pharmaceutics) * Name of the Programmes accredited by the AICTE NONE * For each course the following details are to be given: Name B. PHARM, M.PHARM (PCOLOGY) and M.PHARM (PCEUTICS) Number of Seats B. PHARM: - 60 SEATS M.PHARM (PCOLOGY):- 10 SEATS M.PHARM (PCEUTICS):- 10 SEATS Duration B.PHARM:- 4 YEARS M.PHARM:- 2YEARS (4 SEMESTER) Cut off mark/rank for admission during the last three years, Enclosure 4 Fee B.Pharm: Rs. 60,000.00/-year M.Pharm: Rs. 90000/-year (adhoc basis) Placement FacilitiesAvailable Placement Establishment Cell is headed by Mr. Nayan Jani, The Placement Coordinator. Campus placement in last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary (Enclosure 5) PLACEMENT DATA OF B. Pharm* and M. PHARM Name of the Industry No. of Students Placed / Scruitinized Minimum Salary Maximum Salary Average Salary 2006-07 Anand Pharmacy College, Anand Six (05-06) and Four (06-07) 16000 / 16000 /- 16000/- (Approx.) (Lecturer) Marck Bioscience Ltd., Kheda Gujarat Four 5000/- 6000/- 5000/- 2008-09 Anand Pharmacy College, Anand One 18000/- 18000/- 18000/-(Approx) (Lecturer) Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy, Rajkot One 18000/- 18000/- 18000/-(Approx) Indukaka Ipcowala College of Pharmacy, New Vallabh Vidynagar One 17000/- 17000/- 17000/-(Approx) Sardar Patel College of Pharmacy, Bakrol One 15000/- 15000/- 15000/- 5T.S.Patel College of Pharmacy Ambaliyara One 20000/- 20000/- 20000/-(Approx) Commade Pceutical Co. Baroda One 15,000/- 15,000/- 15,000/- Verra Yatan institute of Pharmacy Mandavi Kutchh One 19200/- 19200/- 19200/- Sanskruti trust college of Pharmacy, Dharmaj One 17000/- 17000/- 17000/-(Approx) 2008-09 Anand Pharmacy College Three 18,500/- 18,500/- 18,500/- A one Pharmacy college one 18000/- 18000/- 18000/- Sardar Patel College of Pharmacy TWO 15000/- 15000/- 15000/- Sanskruti trust college of Pharmacy, Dharmaj One 18000/- 18000/- 18000/- Vidhyabhati Trust Two 18000/- 18000/- 18000/- Swaminarayn Pharmacy College, Kalol one 19,000/- 19000/- 19000/- Valasan Pharmacy College one 15000/- 15000/- 15000/- I.K.Patel College of Pharmacy Himmatnagar one 18,500/- 18,500/- 18,500/- Requina Pharmaceutical one 10000 10000 10000 Maliba Pharmacy College one 18,500/- 18,500/- 18,500/- Torrent Pharmaceuticals one 15000/- 15000/- 15000/- *80-90% of students of B. Pharm have opted for Higher studies and hence have not been placed by the Institution by its placement cell. Name and duration of programme(s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign University(s)/ Institution(s) and being run in the same campus along with status of AICTE approval. If there is foreign collaboration, give the following details. N.A Details of the Foreign Institution/ University: Name of the University/Institution Address Website Is the Institution/University Accredited in its Home Country Ranking of the Institution/University in the Home Country Whether the degree offered is equivalent to an Indian Degree? If yes, the name of the agency which has approved equivalence. If no, implications for the students in terms of pursuit of higher studies in India and abroad and job both within and outside the country. 6 Nature of Collaboration Conditions of Collaboration Complete details of payment a student has to make to get the full benefit of collaboration. * For each collaborative / affiliated Programme give the following: Programme Focus Number of Seats Admission Procedure Fee Placement Facility Placement records for last three years with minimum salary, maximum salary and average salary * Whether the collaborative Programme is approved by AICTE? If not whether the domestic or foreign VI FACULTY * Branch wise list of faculty members UG(Pharm) Permanent Faculty 16 Visiting Faculty 4 Adjunct Faculty Guest Faculty Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio1:15 PG (M.Pharm-PCology) Permanent Faculty 3(+04 shared with U.G) Visiting Faculty Adjunct Faculty Guest Faculty Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio 1:6.67 PG (M.Pharm-PCeutics) Permanent Faculty 3 (+04 shared with U.G) Visiting Faculty Adjunct Faculty Guest Faculty Permanent Faculty: Student Ratio 1:6.67 * Number of Faculty employed and left during the last three years Academic Year Number of Faculty Employed Number of Faculty Left 2006-07 09 08 2007-08 09 05 2008-09 05 04 7 VII. PROFILE OF DIRECTOR/PRINCIPAL WITH QUALIFICATIONS, TOTAL EXPERIENCE, AGE AND DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT AT THE INSTITUTE CONCERNED (Enclosure 6) For each Faculty give a page covering * 1. Name Dr. Tejal R. Gandhi 2. Date of Birth 21/2/1968 3. Educational Qualification Ph. D. 4. Work Experience - Teaching 15yrs. - Research --- - Industry 2 yrs - Others 5. Area of Specializations Pharmacology 6. Subjects teaching at Under Graduate Level a. Pharmacology I & II b. Human Anatomy, Physiology and Health Education c. Clinical Pharmacy and Pathophysiology Subjects teaching at Post Graduate Level d. Methods of Biological evaluation of Drugs e. Advanced systemic Pharmacology f. Clinical Pharmacy g. Recent Advances in Pharmacology h. Cellular and Molecular Biology 7. Research guidance Masterss 40 Ph.D. 06 8. Projects Carried out Five 9. Patents --- 10. Technology Transfer --- 11. Research Publications International Journals 5 National Journals 7 No. of Books published with details --- For each Faculty give a page covering * (Enclosure 7) Photograph Signature 8VIII. FEE Details of fee, as approved by State fee Committee, for the Institution. Enclosure 8 Course FEE(in Rs) B.Pharm (Sem1,Sem2, Sem3 Sem4),Third Year 60,000/year B.Pharm(Final year) 43,000/year M.Pharm(PCology and PCeutics) 90,000/ year (Adhoc) Time schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme. Course Schedule for payment of fee B.Pharm First & Second year Semester wise B.Pharm(Third & Final year) Yearly M.Pharm(PCology and PCeutics) Semester wise No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students. Enclosure 9 Number of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount None. Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship. Enclosure 10 Estimated cost of boarding and Lodging in Hostels. Rs. 12000.00 / yrs IX. ADMISSION Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval. Course Academic Year of approval Number of seats sanctioned B.Pharm F. No. 740-87-207(P)/ET/98 Dated: 22/05/08 for the conduct of Courses B.Pharm, M.Pharm (Pcology) And M.Pharm (PCeutics) for the year 2008-09.(Annexure-5) 60/year M.Pharm (Pharmacology) F. No. 740-87-207(P)/ET/98 Dated: 22/05/08 for the conduct of Courses B.Pharm, M.Pharm (Pcology) And M.Pharm (PCeutics) for the year 2008-09. (Annexure-5) 10 /year M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) F. No. 740-87-207(P)/ET/98 Dated: 22/05/08 for the conduct of Courses B.Pharm, M.Pharm (Pcology) And M.Pharm (PCeutics) for the year 2008-09. (Annexure-5) 10 /year 9 Number of students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years. Fee waiver Number of students admitted under various categories Course Academic year Open SC SEBC ST B. Pharm 2007-08 35 04 17 10 B.Pharm 2008-09 37 3 17 7 B.Pharm 2009-10 41 4 14 7 M. Pharm (Pharmacology) 2007-08 06 --- 04 --- M. Pharm (Pharmacology) 2008-09 08 02 --- --- M. Pharm (Pharmacology) 2009-10 8 -- 2 -- M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) 2007-08 09 --- 01 --- M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) 2008-09 10 -- -- --- M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) 2009-10 06 1 1 2 10 Number of applications received during last two years for admission under Management Quota / 25% seats of approved intake and number admitted. Course Academic year Number of applications received Number of students admitted B.Pharm 2008-09 Surrendered all its approved intake to Central committee for admission B.Pharm 2009-10 Surrendered all its approved intake to Central committee for admission Course Academic year Number of applications received Number of students admitted M. Pharm(Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics) 2008-09 201 10 M.Pharm (Pharmacology) & 10 M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) M. Pharm(Pharmacology and Pharmaceutics) 2009-10 18 02 M.Pharm (Pharmacology) & 02 M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) X. ADMISSION PROCEDURE Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL (website). B. Pharm (2009-10) 100% Admissions are done by Admission committee for Professional Course , Gujarat State M. Pharm (Pharmacology) &(Pharmaceutics) (2009-10) Admission of 85% of sanctioned intake was done on the basis of score obtained in Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) conducted at national level and Admissions for the remaining 15 % NRI /NRI Sponsored seats of the sanctioned intake was done on the basis of score obtained in Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Admission committee for Professional Course , Gujarat State. Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [AIEEE/CET (State conducted test/University tests)/Association conducted test. Not Applicable 11 Calendar for admission against management/vacant seats: B. Pharm (2009-10) Institute has surrendered its total (100%) approved intake for admission in First year B. Pharm course. Vacant seats are being notified immediately to Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad before reshuffling process. M. Pharm (Pharmacology) & M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) (2009-10) 25 % of the sanctioned intake was approved for admission of management seats. Not more than 15 % of these seats are eligible for NRI/ NRI Sponsored students and 10 % are for management quota seats . The management quota seats(10 % of the sanctioned intake) have been surrendered to the Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad. Fro the remaining 15 % NRI/ NRI Sponsored seats following procedure was followed. Advertisement in the newspaper Preparing merit list of the applications received on the basis of their CET scores . Endorsement of the merit list for the NRI/ NRI Sponsored seats from Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad. Panel selection of the applicant according to their merit. Vacant seats are being notified immediately to Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad before reshuffling process. XI. CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc. Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any. Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission test for the last three years. Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted. COURSE ACADEMIC YEAR AUTHORITY FOR GRANTING ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR ELIGIBILITY B. Pharm (100% admissions / intake) 2007-08 Joint Central Admission Committee, Gujarat Government 12th standard Gujarat Board: weightage 60% Gujarat Common Entrance test ; Weightage 40% B. Pharm (100% admissions / intake) 2008-09 Joint Central Admission Committee, Gujarat Government 12th standard Gujarat Board: weightage 60% Gujarat Common Entrance test ; Weightage 40% B. Pharm (100% admissions / intake) 2009-10 Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government 12th standard Gujarat Board: weightage 60% Gujarat Common Entrance test ; Weightage 40% M. Pharm (Pharmacology) and (Pharmaceutics) 2007-08 Anand Pharmacy College Purely on merit basis (B. Pharm percentages + GATE exam score + Interview Performance) According to S. P. Uni. Rules, AICTE and Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandals Rules & regulations (Minimum 60 % in B. Pharm & GATE qualified candidates have given preference) 12M. Pharm (Pharmacology) and (Pharmaceutics) 2008-09 Anand Pharmacy College Purely on merit basis (B. Pharm percentages + GATE exam score + Interview Performance) According to S. P. Uni. Rules, AICTE and Shri Ramkrishna Seva Mandals Rules & regulations (Minimum 55 % in B. Pharm & GATE qualified candidates have given preference) M. Pharm (Pharmacology) and (Pharmaceutics) (85% intake) 2009-10 Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government Purely on merit basis (GATE exam score ) Minimum qualification is a B. Pharm degree. M. Pharm (Pharmacology) and (Pharmaceutics) (15% NRI/NRI sponsored letter) 2009-10 Anand Pharmacy College, merit list is endorsed by Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government Purely on merit basis (CET exam score conducted by Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government ) Minimum qualification is a B. Pharm degree Item No I - XI must be given in information brochure and must be hosted as fixed content in the website of the Institution. The Website must be dynamically updated with regard to XIIXV. XII. APPLICATION FORM Downloadable application form, with online submission possibilities. Enclosure 11(Common Application form for M. Pharm Pharmacology and M. Pharm - Pharmaceutics Course) XIII. LIST OF APPLICANTS List of candidates whose applications have been received along with percentile/percentage score for each of the qualifying examination in separate categories for open seats. List of candidates who have applied along with percentage and percentile score for Admission under 15% of approved intake seats. B. Pharm Institute has surrendered its total (100%) approved intake for admission in First year B. Pharm course. Vacant seats are being notified immediately to Joint Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad before reshuffling process. M. Pharm (Pharmacology) and (Pharmaceutics) (85% intake) Purely on merit basis (GATE exam score ) Minimum qualification is a B. Pharm degree. M. Pharm (Pharmacology) and (Pharmaceutics) (15% NRI/NRI sponsored letter) Minimum qualification is a B. Pharm degree. Admissions are done on merit basis (CET exam score conducted by Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government ). The merit list is endorsed by by Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government. Enclosure-13 13XIV. RESULTS OF ADMISSION UNDER 25% OF APPROVED INTAKE SEATS Composition of selection team for admission under 25% of approved intake seats with the brief profiles of members (This information be made available in the public domain after the admission process is over) B. Pharm Institute has surrendered its total (100%) approved intake for admission in First year B. Pharm course to Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government.. Out of the 25 % of the approved intake 10 % management qota seats have been surrendered to the Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government. M. Pharm (Pharmacology) and (Pharmaceutics) (25% intake) Out of the 25 % of the approved intake not more than 15 % seats can be filled as NRI/ NRI sponsored seats by the institute. The members of the selection committee for these 15 % seats of approve intake is as follows: 1. Shri, N.N.Patel 2. Mrs. Chhaya N.Patel 3. Dr. Tejal R. Gandhi Score of the individual candidates admitted arranged in order of merit. Enclosure 12 List of candidates who have been offered admission. Enclosure 13 Waiting list of the candidates in order of merit to be operative from the last date of joining of the first list candidates. Not applicable List of the candidates who joined within the date, vacancy position in each category before operation of waiting list. Enclosure 12 No vacant position exist XV. INFORMATION ON INFRASTRUCTURE AND OTHER RESOURCES AVAILABLE LIBRARY: Number of Library books/Titles/Journals available (programme-wise) (UG And PG) Journals S.No Course(s) Number of titles of the books Number of Volumes National International 1 PHARMACEUTICS 309 1316 4 2 2 PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY 302 1149 3 1 3 PHARMACOLOGY 240 841 4 2 4 PHARMACOGNOSY 160 507 1 1 5 GENERAL 331 583 1 --- 1334 4386 List of online National/International Journals subscribed. Enclosure 14 E-Library facilities Library is equipped with internet facility with a band with of 512 kbps and a network of 43 computers connected in LAN, with multimedia facility. 14LABORATORY: For each Laboratory List of Major Equipment/Facilities Enclosure 15 List of Experimental Setup Enclosure 16 COMPUTING FACILITIES: Number and Configuration of Systems 76 computing systems Total number of systems connected by LAN 43 computers Total number of systems connected to WAN None Internet bandwidth 512 kbps unlimited Major software packages available Ms Office, Windows 2003, 2000 and 1998,2007, Tally9.0, Student software. Special purpose facilities available LCD projector, Laptops and Printers, Scanner 15 WORKSHOP: List of facilities available. Games and Sports Facilities . Cricket Pad, Keeping Gloves, Arm Guard, Chest guard, Thy, Helmet, Bat, Lbow, Ball, Wicket keeper Pad, Cap, Batsman Gloves Chess Chess board and Chess cookies Carrom - Carrom board and carom cookies Volley Ball Volley Ball Table- Tennis with all the requirements. Common Mandal Play Ground Extra Curriculum Activities Seminar cum presentation Hall and speaker facilities, Laptops and LCD for extracurricular activities like one day seminars, workshops, conferences, performances on annual days, elocution competition, rangoli competition etc. Soft Skill Development Facilities Finishing school, News on T.V. yearly??/?? Students are encouraged to contribute their views and creative thoughts in the quarterly institute magazine Awake under student club activity. Institute has organized English cum Personality Development training programme which has immensely benefited First year students during 2006-07. A one day training workshop on Leadership was attended by Girl students of the Institute. Students participated in a Debate competition entitled The changing equation between technology and youth is on the Road to Disaster. Institute organized a seminar cum informative session on Tobacco dead diction and health education Cultural programmes were orginzed along with Annual day celebration and students participated in various like Drama, Dance etc. Students activtely participated during the activities organized by Alumni association of the Institutes. The activities organized during 2007-08 were motivation for GATE examination, Guidance lecture for GATE preparation, Guest lectures in Pharmacy and a major event Diabetes, Hypertension, Thelessemia Free check up and Blood Donation Camp AIDS awareness camp heamoglobin checkup camp. Daily Pharma news and General news are displayed on electronic notice (LCD TV) board to enhance the knowledge of the students. Research at undergraduate level is carried out by the undergraduate students selected by the faculty members on the basis of the merit and interest in the subject. Institute is having its NSS unit which organizes social welfare activities such as Blood Donation camp, Campus Cleaning etc. Attendance of the students are monitored on daily basis and parents of irregular students are informed and their feedback is taken. Open session is kept once in a month where students can come forward with suggestions and problems. Remedial classes for the poor and weak students are organized which helps them to cope up with the syllabus. 16 Number of Classrooms and size of each Course No. of class rooms available Size of each room (Sq. Mt.) B. Pharm 03 80X 1, 103 X 1, 104 X 1 = 287 M. Pharm (Pharmacology) 02 40 X 1,36X1 M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) 02 40x2 Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each Course No. of Tutorial rooms available Size of each room B. Pharm 01 80x1=80 Number of laboratories and size of each For B. Pharm Sr.. No. Name of the Laboratory Carpet Area available (Sq.M) 1 Pharmaceutical chemistry I 94 2 Pharmaceutical chemistry II 116.76 2 Pharmaceutical Analysis 85 3 Pharmaceutics Lab II 90 4 Dosages Form Design & Biotechnology 90 5 Pharmaceutics Lab III 85 6 Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Aseptic Room 211 7 Pharmacology Lab. 85 8 Pharmacology Lab. and Smocking room 130 9 Pharmacognosy Lab. 108 10 Machine Room (Workshop I & II) 106 11 Central Instrument room - Chemistry (Workshop III) 45 12 Central Instrument Room I & II (Workshops IV) 46 15 Animal House 75 16 Workshop V 45 17 Workshop VI 45.5 Total 1457.26 For M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Name of the Laboratory Carpet Area available (Sq.M) 1 M. Pharm I (ceutics) 115 2 M. Pharm II (ceutics) 115 3 Preparation Room 25 Total 255 For M. Pharm (Pharmacology) 17Name of the Laboratory Carpet Area available (Sq.M) 1 M. Pharm I (cology) 100 2 M. Pharm II (cology) 100 3 Preparatin Room 25 Total 225 Number of drawing halls and size of each N.A Number of Computer Centres with capacity of each Course Computer lab Size of each room B. Pharm & M. Pharm 01 97.5 Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each. Final University Examination is Conducted by the S. P. university at Vallabh Vidyanagar (For Third Year and Final year) 09-10.& By Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad for First and Second Year for 09-10 Teaching Learning process Enclosure 2 Curricula and syllabi for each of the programmes as approved by the University. Enclosure 17 for B. Pharm Enclosure 18 for M. Pharm (Pharmacology) Enclosure 19 for M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Academic Calendar of the University Enclosure 20 Academic Time Table Enclosure 21 Teaching Load of each Faculty Enclosure 22 Internal Continuous Evaluation System and place Regular Monthly meeting of the Department heads with the Principal and Administrative In-charge ensures continuous evaluation of all the staff members. IQAC is also functional in the institute who is responsible for maintaining the quality education and teaching learning environment of the institute. 18 Students assessment of Faculty, System in place. Student counseling (Enclosure 2) Individual students counseling helps in understanding the behavior and expectations of the students towards the institutions and its facilities. A well-developed questionnaire for assessing the teachers over all contribution to the teaching learning process is filled by the students and an analysis of the suggestions and queries raised by the students are implemented . Suggestion Box A suggestion box, which is permanently placed in the Library area of the Institute, is an open way of communication by the students with the higher officials. Students can communicate their routine problems, feedback and queries without mentioning their names. Committee headed by The Principal, The Executive Assistant and all the HODs of the institutions are taking care for successful completion of student counseling process and implementation of student suggestion box feedback. For each Post Graduate programme give the following: i. Title of the programme M. Pharm (Pharmacology) M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) ii. Curricula and Syllabi Enclosure 18 Enclosure 19 iii. Faculty Profile (M. Pharm - Pharmacology) SR.NO Name DESIGNATION Subject Teaching 1. Prof. Tejal R. Gandhi Principal & Professor Pharmacology 2. Ms. Kirti V. Patel Asst. Professor Pharmacology 3 Ms. Sarika A Johari Asst. Professor Pharmacology 4 Ms. Kavitha Nair Lecturer Pharmacology 5 Mr. Dipesh patel Lecturer Pharmacology 6 Mr. Sandip Patel Lecturer Pharmacology Faculty Profile (M. Pharm - Pharmaceutics) SR.NO Name DESIGNATION Subject Teaching 1 Smt. Vaishali Thakkar Asst. Professor Pharmaceutics 2 Smt. Tejal Soni Assistant Professor Pharmaceutics 3 Mr. Nirav Patel Lecturer Pharmaceutics 4. Mr. Maulesh Joshi Lecturer Pharmaceutics 5. Ms. Vrunda Suthar Lecturer Pharmaceutics 6. Mr. Tapan R.Shah Lecturer Pharmaceutics 19 Brief profile of each faculty. Enclosure 7 Laboratory facilities exclusive to the PG programme Enclosure 23 a & b Special Purpose Software, all design tools in case Expharma a computerized demonstration of almost all practicals included in the syllabus Corel Draw for Chemical Structure Computer simulated program for demonstration of dog blood pressure. Statistical Software to analyze the level of significance of any stat data. Academic Calendar and frame work Enclosure 24 Research focus List of R&D, Consultancy Project undertaken by Faculty in the last two years with utilization details. Sl.No TITLE OF THE PROJECT DURATION YEAR BUDGET AGENCY 1 Bioavailability and pharmacokinetic study of M3C-X (curcumin extract) 4X500 mg capsules Six months (July 2007 -Continue) Rs. 1,00,000/- Pharmenza herbal ltd. 20 Teaching Faculty Members (Ph. D. topics / projects) Name of the Faculty Member: Smt. Kirti Patel Topic: Phytochemical & pharmacological evaluation of Brassica oleracea, with special reference to anti ulcer activity Guide: Dr. R. K. Goyal Name of the University: Sardar Patel University Sponsored by: GUJCOST (Gujarat council on science and techonology) Name of the Faculty Member: Smt. Kalpana Patel Topic: Pharmacological, Phytochemical and analytical evaluation of some medicinal plants. Guide: Dr. Tejal R. Gandhi Name of the University: Sardar Patel University Name of the Faculty Member: Smt. Tejal Soni Topic: Comparative bioavailability of two marked aceclofenac products in healthy human volunteers Guide: Dr. N. P. Chotai Name of the University: Sardar Patel University Name of the Faculty Member: Smt. Purvi A.Shah Topic: Guide: Dr. Tejal R. Gandhi Name of the University: Sardar Patel University Name of the Faculty Member: Mr. Tapan R.Shah Topic: Site specific drug delivery to lung Cancer Guide: Dr. A.N.Mishra Name of the University: M.S. University Name of the Faculty Member: Mr. Hitesh G. Raval Topic: Effect of Dietary Phyto Chemicalson Bio-Availability of Conventional Drug. Guide: Dr. Mamta B. Shah Name of the University: M.S. University 21Projects of Dr. Tejal Gandhi Sr.No.Name of the Ph. D student Part-time / Full time Ph. D. Topic Name of Guide 1 Smt. Vaishali T. Thakkar Part time Development of Formulation and Evaluation of Gastroretensive drug delivery system for some antimicrobial agents Dr. Tejal. R. Gandhi Anand Pharmacy College, Anand 2 Smt. Purvi A. Shah Part time Development of new hepatoprotective herbal Formulation and its comparision with some marketed polyherbal formulations Dr. Tejal. R. Gandhi Anand Pharmacy College, Anand 3 Shri Mihir Y. Parmar Full time Pharmacological Evaluation of some herbs for hepatoprotective activity Dr. Tejal. R. Gandhi Anand Pharmacy College, Anand 4 Smt. Kalpana J.Patel Part time Pharmacological, Phytochemical and analytical evaluation of some medicinal plants. Dr. Tejal. R. Gandhi Anand Pharmacy College, Anand Dissertation topics of M. Pharm Pharmcology students (2007-09 batch) of the Institute. Investigation of the role of CYP450 modulators in diabetic cataractogenic rats. Evaluation of the protective effect of piper longum linn. In experimentally induced myocardial infarction in rats by isoprenaline and coronary artery ligation. Evaluation of the activity of the Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. (Simaroubaceae) in DNBS induced inflammatory bowel disease using rats as an experimental animal Isolation and evaluation of the efficacy of various flavanoids rich fraction of Bryophyllum pinnatum Lam. in experimentally induced uroliathiasis in rats Isolation and evaluation of various saponin rich fractions of Bryophyllum pinnatum Lam. in experimentally induced uroliathiasis in rats. Pharmacological evaluation of the efficacy of Acahyranthes aspera Linn. In urolithiasis using rat as an experimental animals. Evaluation of efficacy of terbutaline and Trigonella foenumgraecum Linn. On freunds adjuvant induced arthritis model in rats. Pharmacological evaluation of activity of some herbal drugs on freund;s adjuvant induced arthritis in rats. Evaluation of the effect of Acahyranthes aspera Linn. (Amaranthaceae) in experimentally induced inflammatory bowel disease in rats. Effect of various herbal drugs in DNBS induced inflammatory bowel disease in experimental animals. 22 Dissertation topics of M. Pharm Pharmceutics students (2007-09 batch) of the Institute. Enhancement of Dissolution profile of poorly water soluble dispersion technique: Preparation characterization and in vitro and invivo evaluation. Influence of excipients on crystal habit and dissolution behaviour of Tolbutamide microcrystals. Fabrication of colon targeted drug delivery of Punica granatum Spray dried powder. Development and evaluation of taste masked roxithromacinformulation using monommonium glyceragenate as taste masking agent. Hydro alcoholic media : An emerging tool for modulation of drug release from hyper mellose matrices. Formulation and evaluation of buccadhesive discs of Aceclofenac. Development and evaluation of matrix tablets af venalafaxine HCL. Fabrication and evaluation of stomach specific drug delivery system for treatment of Hypilori infection. Evaluation of compressional mechanical release projectics of akragum matrices. Physicochemical characterization and dissolution of silymarine solid dispersion: Effect of preparation methodology. 23 Industry Linkage Sl.No TITLE OF THE PROJECT DURATION YEAR BUDGET AGENCY 1 Sub acute toxicity studies of CRUEL capsules Six months Aug 2005-Dec 2005 Rs. 2,00,000/- UAP Pharma Limited, Ahmedabad 2 Bioavailability and pharmacokinetic study of M3C-X (curcumin extract) 4X500 mg capsules Six months (July 2007 -Continue) Rs. 1,00,000/- Pharmenza herbal ltd. Industrial Visits are being carried out for the benefit of the student to orient them regarding the real industrial work and its difficulties. We have developed good relationships with many industries with this arrangement and response and support available from them is overwhelming Vital Formulation. Vitthal Udhyognagar at GIDC, Anand. The Prathama Blood, Ahmedabad Torrent Pharmaceutical Ltd., Paras Pharmaceutical Ltd. Vimsons Aerosol Ltd., Gamdi - Anand Pharmanza Herbals Private Limited, Petlad Gujarat. Alembic Pharmaceuticals Lincon Guest lectures from Industry eminent scholars and personalities are being organized at a regular interval to groomed the students and also to encourage industry interaction with the 1. Dr. Jayant Dave delivered a lecture on Scope of pharmacy 2. Dr. Sanjay Kasture delivered a lecture on Drug discovery and development process 3. Dr. Shekhar Sharma delivered a lecture on Concept of Ayurveda in modern Therapies 4. Dr. SSPandya delivered lectures on Intellectual Property Right a global prospective 5. Dr. M. T. Chabbria delivered lectures on topics Combitorial Chemistry and drug discovery processes 6. Prospects to pursue Post Graduate certificate programme in pharmacy regulatory affairs part in India and part in CANADA. Guest lecture delivered by: Lecturer of CUShah college of Pharmacy Date: 15/03/2007 7. A session on Tobacco addiction and health education was organized at the Institute premises during February 2006. 8. Dr. Avinash Dhake, Principal, L.B.Rao Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research delivered a scientific session entitled Pharmacy Course and Career during his presence as Chief Guest for the orientation program of First year students organized during September, 2006. 9. Dr. Manoj Desai delivered an inspiration and motivating session on the topic entititled Attitude is everything during September, 2006. 2410. Dr. Urmish Chudgar, The Managing Director, Intas Pharmaceutical Limited had delivered a scientific session entitled New Frontiers of Medical Therapeutics during January, 2007. 11. Employees of M/s. Career Mosaic, Ahmedabad briefed the final year students pertaining to International careers for Pharmacy Graduates and Admission in USA during October, 2006. 12. Dr. Sukhinder K. Cheema delivered guest lecuter on Strategies to improve cardiovascular risk factors, on 26th Feb 2008. 13. Dr. O.D. Gulati delivered a guest lectuer on Neurodegenerative disorders on 15/2/2008. 14. Dr. U. D. Shah delivered a guest lecuter on Evalulation and identification of crude plant material on 18/2/2008. 15. Dr. A. K. Saluja delivered a guest lecture on 29/1/2008. 16. Dr. Reddy delivered a guest leucter on preparation of Herbarium on 6/2/2008 17. Ms. Sangita Shukla delivered geuest lectuer on Safety of herbal medicines- reality or myth on 2/1/2008. 18. Dr. A.N. Mishra deliverd guest lecuter on Brain drug delivery system on 22/10/07. 19. Dr. R.S.R. Murthy delivered a guest lectuer on Pharmacokinetic-compartment models on 22/10/07. 20. Dr. K.K. Sawant delvered lectuer on Biodegradable polymers on 23/10/07. 21. Mr. Ketan Patel (Alumni student of Anand Pharmacy College and GATE 07 I rank) delivered a guest lecture on 15th October 2007 briefing the students on various aspects for preparation of GATE examination. 22. Mr. Sanat Bhattacharya delivered a guest lecture on Blood and its components and also encouraged the students for blood donation for the sake of humanity in d September, 2008. 23. Ms. Barna Ganguly, an assistant professor from Pramukh Swami Medical College, was invited for an informative session on Ethical consideration in clinical trials on September, 2008. 24. Dr. Binu Philip from Zydus-Cadila Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. delivered lectures on Global perspective of patent systems- Role of international organization on November, 2008. 25. Dr. Rakhi Patel, An Assistant Professor in Pramukh Swami Medical College, Karamsad delivered an informative session on Dysmennorhoea for well being of female members of the institute in November, 2008under the banner of Women cell of Anand Pharmacy College. 25Linkages with other Technical Institutions in the region Name of the Technical Institution Support / Type of affiliation NDDB Animal house facility Anand Veterinary College Support and technical guidance in maintaining the Animal House facility and exchange of technical knowledge Jai research foundation Training on cell line Sicart Scanning electron microscopy of various tissue samples ISTAR Conduction of IPR lectures A R College of Pharmacy & G H Patel Institute of Pharmacy Co-Members for Indian Pharmaceutical Association of V. V. Nagar, Chapter BV Patel Pharmaceutical Education and Research Development Centre (PERD) Provision of training to the faculty members on advanced Instrumentation Anand Agricultural College Development of medicinal Garden Shri Krishna Hospital, Karamsad Maintaining Animal House Facility Indukak Ipcowala college of Pharmacy , new Vallabh Vidya Nagar Rendering research and animals house facility L.B.Rao College of Pharmacy Khambhat Providing Training for animal house maintenance Linkages with the prominent Industries in the region Sl.No TITLE OF THE PROJECT DURATION YEAR BUDGET AGENCY 1 Bioavailability and pharmacokinetic study of M3C-X (curcumin extract) 4X500 mg capsules Six months (July 2007 -Continue) Rs. 1,00,000/- Pharmenza herbal ltd. Linkages with R&D Laboratories Regular contacts are being maintained with various R & D laboratories viz. Sarabhai Research Centre, Cadila Pharma, NDDB, PERD research centre etc. regarding PG academic work viz. procurement of Animal, Consultancy and support for completion of PG students dissertation work and ongoing Institutes research work. 26 Publications (if any) out of research in last three years out of masters projects 1) Effect of Aegle Marmelos Linn.(Rutacea) fruits in inflammatory Bowel Disease. Gandhi T.R., Darji V.C.,Solanki R.P. and Patel K.V. Indian Drugs 46(6) June 2009. 2) Is cytochrome modulation the new frontier for decreasing the risk of cataract?. Kavitha S.Nair, Kirti V.Patel, Tejal R. Gandhi. Indian Journal Of Pharmacology April 2009,vol 41, Issue 2. 3) Evaluation of Hepatpprotective Activity of Embelia Ribes, Burm against Ethanol Induced hepatotoxicity in Rats, Tejal R.Gandhi, Renuka J.Patel,Kirti V.Patel. Planta Indica, Vol 4,No 3 July-September 2008. 27 Placement status Student Placement Activities Student placement activities are helping all the final year students for the employment. Most of our Post graduate and under graduate students opt for higher studies in India and abroad. In past years following industries helped us for students placement Ranbaxy Pharmaceuticals Limited Cadila Healthcare Limited Cadila Pharmaceuticals Limited Sun Pharmaceuticals Limited Marck Parentals (India) Claris Lifescience Limited Torrent Pharmaceutical Limited Torrent Research Centre Intas Pharmaceuticals Asoj Softcap Private Limited J. B. Pharmaceutical and Chemicals Mission Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Barooque Pharmaceuticals Private Ltd. Mercury Laboratories Lupin Pharmaceuticals Wockhardt Limited Elysium Pharmaceuticals Sarabhai Pharamceuticals Star Chemical Trend Pharma Private Limited Vital Formulations Limited Emcure Pharmceuticals RPG Life sciences Limited Pharmanza Herbals Private Limited P&B Pharmaceuticals Private Limited Asoj Softcaps Private Ltd. Anand Pharmacy College Maliba Pharmacy College T.S. Pharmacy College. Ambaliyara Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy, Rajkot Sanskruti Phamacy College,Dharmaj Sardar Patel College of Pharmacy,Bakrol Commade Pceutical Co. Baroda Veera Ratan Inst. of Pharmacy, Mandavi Sardar Patel College Of Pharmacy,Bakrol Aone Pharmacy College Swaminarayan Pharmacy College Vidyabharti Trust Sanskruti Phamacy College,Dharmaj Valasan Pharmacy College, Anand Torrent research Centre, Anand Pharmacy College, Requina Pharmaceuticals 28 Admission procedure (M. Pharm Pharmacology and M. Pharm - Pharmaceutics) Admission criteria & eligibility 1. The admission criteria shall comply with the guidelines of the All India Council For Technical Education (AICTE), Gujarat Technological University and Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government . 2. No. of students to be enrolled for the course 10 / Course 3. As per prevailing guidelines, the admissions will be provided by Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government for the above seats in the following manner: General Category 5 seats SC / ST Category 2 seats Sponsored Category 3 seats 4. Admission will be provided to B. Pharm. graduates 5. Merit will be decided on the basis of gate Score for the 85 % of sanctioned intake and incase of exhaustion of the available candidates for the 85 % seats with Gate score, then the GATE disqualified candidates will be considered on the basis of their CET score . 6. Merit will be decided on the basis of CET Score for the 15 % of sanctioned intake of the applicants registering at the institute for NRI/ NRI sponsored seats.(the merit list is endorsed by Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government ). Admission procedure is done by Admission Committee for professional Courses, Gujarat Government Admission of 75% of sanctioned intake is done on the basis of score obtained in Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) conducted at national level and 25 % of the sanctioned intake is approved for admission of management seats. Not more than 15 % of these seats are eligible for NRI/ NRI Sponsored students and 10 % are for management quota seats. The management quota seats(10 % of the sanctioned intake) have been surrendered to the Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad. For the remaining 15 % NRI/ NRI Sponsored seats following procedure is followed. 1. Advertisement in the newspaper. 2. Preparing merit list of the applications received on the basis of their CET scores . 3. Endorsement of the merit list for the NRI/ NRI Sponsored seats from Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad. 4. Panel selection of the applicant according to their merit. Vacant seats are being notified immediately to Admission Committee for Professional Courses, Ahmedabad before reshuffling process . 29 Fee Structure B.Pharm: Rs.60,000.00/-year M.Pharm: Rs. 90000.00/-year on adhoc basis Hostel Facilities Boys and girls hostels (four including two hostels with VIP facilities) and canteen facilities are also available to the students. Contact address of co-ordinator of the PG programme Name: Dr. Tejal R. Gandhi Address: Opp. Town hall, Nr. GRID, Anand 388 001 Gujarat (INDIA) Telephone: (02692) 250020 telefax E-mail: principal@apc.ac.in and rickygandhi@hotmail.com NOTE: Suppression and/or misrepresentation of information would attract appropriate penal action.

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