B.Pharm

B.Pharm

  • About Course
  • Vision & Mission
  • Program Educational Objectives
  • Program Outcomes
  • Course Outcomes
  • PSO
  • Events Organized
  • Publication
  • Syllabus
  • Faculty
  • Laboratories
  • Achievements
  • SIF - B 2019-20
  • FDP Attended
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About Course

Department of Pharmaceutical Technology has been setup with the sole aim to be “Center of Excellence” by providing quality education & skills to young professionals and contributing to the field of pharmacy education. The curriculum of pharmacy makes an enriching learning experience as it perfectly combines technology and health care system. The profession of pharmacy has transformed into the hub for the “Global Health Care” and has evolved as multidisciplinary, multifaceted curriculum. Its involvement is deep and plays an important role in all events from discovery of new drug molecule to its evaluation, development, approval for human consumption, manufacture and every other important aspect.

Highlights of program at MIET

It is one of the best Pharmacy Colleges of AKTU (Formerly UPTU) which is PCI approved and has state of the art laboratories. The equipments and instruments held in the labs. are the best and has FTIR, HPLC, Rheometer, Picodrop, UV Spectrophotometer, Freeze Dryer (Lyophilizer), Digital Plethysmometer, Lagendrof, 16 station rotary Tablet Machine and Students Physiograph to carry out research. The faculty members are highly dedicated and are chosen from different premier institutes of India. It is one of the prestigious department of AKTU and accredited by NBA. Since its inception M.I.E.T has made conscious efforts to inculcate research aptitude in its students at all levels to keep them abreast of the requirements of the industry. The efforts are visible in the sizable number of publications.

Vision

To be an outstanding institution in the country imparting technical education, providing need based, value based and career based programmes and producing self-reliant, self-sufficient technocrats, capable of meeting new challenges.

Mission

  • To educate the graduate and under graduates in the field of Pharmaceutical sciences.
  • To fulfill the requirement of skilled human resources with focus on sustainable quality education, training and research of the students coming from all socioeconomic levels.
  • To convert them socially responsible and globally competent professional to bridge the gap between the physician and patient and to improve industry institution interaction.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To produce pharmacy graduates through sustainable quality education, training and research.
  2. To fulfill the needs of skilled human resources to drug and pharmaceutical industry.
  3. To produce globally competent professionals to bridge the gap between the physician and patient to serve the health Care needs of the society.
  4. To produce graduates who assume enterprenership role in pharmacy.

Program Outcomes (POs)

  1. Ability to apply principles and knowledge of pharmaceutical, biomedical, behavioral, social and administrative pharmacy sciences along with manufacturing practices
  2. Demonstrate effective planning abilities including time management, resource management, delegation skills and organization skills.
  3. Utilize the principles of scientific enquiry to find, analyze, evaluate and apply information systematically while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice.
  4. Learn, select and apply appropriate methods and procedures for modern pharmacy related computing tools.
  5. Ability to apply quality of leadership, motivation and team building across society and pharmacy profession to facilitate improvement in health and well being
  6. Ability to apply quality of leadership, motivation and team building across society and pharmacy profession to facilitate improvement in health and well being.
  7. Ability to apply ethical principles while making decisions and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the decisions in professional and social contexts.
  8. Ability to communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with the society in terms of effective report writing, making presentations, documentation and giving and receiving clear instructions.
  9. Ability to communicate effectively with the pharmacy community and with the society in terms of effective report writing, making presentations, documentation and giving and receiving clear instructions.
  10. Ability to gain professional pharmacy knowledge to safeguard societal health and environment for sustainable development.
  11. Ability of self assessment and independent and life long learning to update concepts in context of technological change in pharmacy field.

Course Outcomes Odd Sem. 2018-19

Human Anatomy, Physiology (BP -101T)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to:

  1. Explain the gross morphology, structure and functions of various tissues and organs of the human body. (Understanding)
  2. Describe the structure and functions of the skeletal and integumentary system. (Understanding)
  3. Relate the structure, functions and location of lymphatic vessels and the lymphoid organs. (Understanding)
  4. Explain the body fluids and blood. (Understanding)
  5. Explain the anatomy, physiology and pathophysiology of cardiovascular system. (Understanding)
  6. Identify the structure and functions of the Peripheral nervous system and special senses. (Applying)
Pharmaceutical Analysis-I (BP 102T)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the basic fundamentals of analytical chemistry.
  2. Apply various principles of volumetric titrations in analysis and research.
  3. Apply various principles of electrochemical titrations in analysis and research.
  4. Apply various principles of gravimetric analytical methods in analysis and research.
  5. Compare applications of volumetric, gravimetric, and electrochemical analysis.
Pharmaceutics-I (BP 103T)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. To recall the history of profession of pharmacy
  2. To understand the basics of different dosage forms and to carry out calculations
  3. To understand the professional ways of handling the prescription
  4. To explain the various conventional dosage forms and their methods of preparation
  5. To judge different pharmaceutical incompatibilities, instability and revised formulation and to justify the procedure accordingly
Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry (BP 104T)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Know the sources of impurities and methods to determine in inorganic drugs and
  2. Understand the medicinal and pharmaceutical importance of inorganic and radiopharmaceutical compounds.
  3. Explain mechanism of action selected inorganic drugs and pharmaceuticals.
  4. Make use of methods of preparation and quantitative determination of various inorganic and pharmaceutical compounds.
  5. Apply the concepts of buffers and methods of adjusting isotonicity.
Communication Skills – Theory (BP 105T)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in English language and in converting information into actionable knowledge.
  2. Organize and practice the unique qualities of professional rhetoric and writing style. Developing individual speech delivery and stylization
  3. Develop effective speaking ability for presentations and develop thinking.
  4. Build master the skill of Curriculum-Vitae, Resume, and Bio-Data and communicate effectively with report writing, documentation and giving and receiving clear instructions
  5. Simplify logical issues and value system along with their participaticipation and assertiveness
Remedial Biology (BP106 RBT)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the various components of living world, classification and salient features of five kingdoms of life.
  2. Describe the morphology and general anatomy different parts of flowering plants.
  3. Understand the basic components of anatomy and physiology of various systems of plants and animals with special reference to human.
  4. Explain mineral nutrition, photosynthesis and respiration of plants.
  5. Explain the gross morphology, structure and functions of various cells and tissues.
Remedial Maths (BP106 RMT)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the theory used in application of Partial Fraction in Chemical Kinetics and Pharmacokinetics, logarithm to solving pharmaceutical problems
  2. Understand the concepts of Matrices and determinant used in application to solving Pharmacokinetic equations
  3. Understand the concepts of function, limit, continuity, differentiability and Integration used in application of mathematics in Pharmacy
  4. Understand the concepts of Coordinate Geometry used in application of mathematics in Pharmacy
  5. Understand the concept of Differential equations and Laplace transform used in application to solving chemical kinetics and Pharmacokinetics equations
Human Anatomy and Physiology – Practical (BP 107P)

Upon the completion of the syllabus, the student will be able to-

  1. Contrast the gross microscopy of epithelial, connective, muscular and nervous tissues.
  2. Experiment with the blood sample to perform different kinds of blood tests.
  3. Distinguish the different bones of axial and appendicular skeleton system.
  4. Determine the heart rate, pulse rate and blood pressure by using different apparatus.
Pharmaceutical Analysis I – Practical (BP 108P)

After completion of course student will be able to:

  1. Understand method of preparation of various Normal and Molar solutions.
  2. Demonstrate methods of standardization of a solution by using volumetric analysis.
  3. Understand methods of standardization of a solution by using electroanalytical methods.
  4. Make use of volumetric analysis for the quantitative estimation of a sample.
  5. Examine the impurity level by using limit test.
Pharmaceutics I – Practical (BP 109P)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. To understand type of dosage form and role of ingredients
  2. To calculate formula and plan exceution according to requirement
  3. To prepare formulation correctly using proper technique
  4. To select suitable container to dispense formulation
  5. To design label with general and specific instructions
Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry– Practical (BP 110P)

After completion of course student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the method of preparation of inorganic compounds.
  2. Identify qualitatively the various inorganic ions.
  3. Make use of limit test for various colored and insoluble inorganic compounds.
  4. Examine the impurity level by using limit test.
  5. Analyze test for purity with respect to various parameters of inorganic compounds.
Communication Skills – Practical (BP 111P)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Develop conversational skills for seminars/workshops.
  2. Propagate skills for interviews under suitable interactive patterns
  3. Initiatiate public speaking skills based on rhythmic patterns & perfection in delivery.
  4. Prepare for technical paper/professional representation based on properstress intonation mechanics.
  5. Develop individual speech delivery and stylization
  6. Absorb the skills for argumentation and role play presentation.
  7. Highlighting comprehension skills based on LSRW (Listening, Speaking, Reading,and Writing)
Remedial Biology– Practical (BP 112RBP)

Upon the completion of the syllabus, the student will be able to-

  1. Contrast the gross microscopy and identification of plant tissues.
  2. Identify the different parts of plant: Stem, Root, Leaf, seed, fruit, flower and construct the
  3. different parts of cell.
  4. Distinguish the different bones of axial and appendicular skeleton system.
  5. Determine the blood group, blood pressure and tidal volume by using different apparatus.
  6. Elaborate the study of frog by computer models.
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry (BP 301T)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Know and recall the fundamental principles of organic chemistry that include structure, character, methods of preparation and chemical reactions of organic compounds.
  2. Understand the reaction mechanism and stability of organic compounds.
  3. Interpret and distinguish chemical behaviour of organic compounds.
  4. Illustrate the structure and uses of specific organic compounds.
  5. Outline the significance and principle involved in the determination of analytical constants.
Physical Pharmaceutics I (BP 302T)
  1. Understand various physicochemical properties of drug molecules in designing the dosage forms.
  2. Make use of knowledge and skills associated with basic rules and equation about physical principles, essential for pharmaceutical application.
  3. Make use of the principles of pH, buffers, isotonic buffers, acids and bases etc.
  4. Select appropriate physical and chemical principles associated with quality control of designed dosage forms.
  5. Expiry date determination of formulations by using various chemical kinetics and stability testing.
Pharmaceutical Microbiology (BP 303T)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Students will be able to acquire, retain, recall and apply specialized language and knowledge relevant to microbiology. (Level I, III)
  2. Utilize the techniques for biochemical tests and staining of microorganism for bacterial identification and also explain general information on sterilization to analyze its efficiency. (Level II, III, IV)
  3. Explain Morphology, classification, replication and cultivation of Fungi and Virus. To evaluate antimicrobial agents and disinfectants and sterility testing of pharmaceutical products. (Level II, V)
  4. Illustrate Aseptic area in all aspects and explain microbial assays, pharmacopoeial standards of sterilization process and standardization of pharmaceuticals. (Level II)
  5. To summarize microbial spoilage, preservation of pharmaceutical products and animal cell culture and to evaluate microbial stability of pharmaceuticals. (Level II, V) 
Pharmaceutical Engineering (BP 304T)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Explain principles and concepts of Stoichiometry.
  2. To relate principles and concepts of rate process and laws related to it.
  3. make use of the Filtration and centrifugation including its Principles and applications
  4. Apply their knowledge to understand AC systems Heating, ventilation and pharmaceutical field.
  5. Understand the Industrial hazards and types of safety precautions to be taken.
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry Practical (BP 305P)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Make use of common laboratory techniques, including reflux, distillation, steam distillation, recrystallization, vacuum filtration, melting point determination etc.
  2. To perform a broad range of traditional organic reactions at the micro scale.
  3. To experiment with safe laboratory practices by handling laboratory glassware, equipment, and chemical reagents appropriately.
  4. To critically evaluate data collected to determine the identity, purity, and percent yield of products and to summarize findings in writing in a clear and concise manner.
  5. Estimation of oil and fats.
Physical Pharmaceutics I Practical (BP 306P)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Define and recall fundamental to measure the angle of repose of given granules/powders and density of powder.
  2. Describe theoretic considerations, formulation consideration, stability and evaluate shelf life of Solution.
  3. To determine the solubility and partition coefficient of drug.
  4. Explain the different types of surfactants and polymers and how they can be used to stabilize Pharmaceuticals.
  5. Explain the findings in laboratory practical in the form of a report.
Pharmaceutical Microbiology Practical (BP 307P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Perform methods of cultivation and preservation of various microorganisms.
  2. Implement method of sterilization in pharmaceutical processing and industry.
  3. Learn sterility testing of pharmaceutical products.
  4. Carry out microbiological standardization of Pharmaceuticals.
  5. Understand the biochemical tests and its applications in pharmaceutical industries.
Pharmaceutical Engineering Practical (BP 308P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Define and understand the basic concept of Filtration and centrifugation
  2. Apply their knowledge to differentiate between filter aids and filter media.
  3. Analyze the value and importance of dryers in Pharmacy
  4. Apply the concept of psychrometric chart and can measure the humidity
  5. Make use of Principles and applications of refrigeration and air conditioning.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VI (Medicinal Chemistry-I) (RPH-521)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Define and Understand the extensive and coherent knowledge of the principles and concepts associated with medicinal chemistry
  2. Relate and Understand the concepts associated with the design and synthesis of medicinal agents, structure-activity relationships and their biological interactions
  3. Distinguish the mode of action & uses of particular medicinal agents in specific ailments.
  4. Interpret mode of interaction, the construction of their structure-activity relationships, and study of their metabolism
  5. Integrate and apply knowledge and skills associated with medicinal chemistry to plan and execute a substantial research project
Pharmaceutics-VI (Pharmaceutical Technology-I) (RPH-522)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Describe preformulation studies and its significance on formulation development and stability.
  2. Outline various formulations viz. Semisolid, Suppositories, Biphasic, Parentrals,
  3. Opthalmic, Nasal, Otic, Aerosols and veterinary dosage forms
  4. Make use of knowledge of formulation development to plan suitable dosage forms.
  5. Categorize different dosage forms along with their excipients.
  6. Evaluate various formulations viz. Semisolid, Suppositories, Biphasic, Parentrals, Opthalmic, Nasal, Otic, Aerosols and veterinary dosage forms
Pharmacognosy-III (RPH-530)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Define and list the modern extraction, isolation, phytochemical tests and purification techniques of phytoconstituents.
  2. Explain and differentiate the drugs containing glycosides, tannins, plant bitters, sweetners and drugs used in traditional system of medicine.
  3. Identify the drugs of natural origin by chemical tests, organoleptic, morphological, miscroscopical, characters. Also apply these parameters to distinguish drug from possible adulterant.
  4. Apply the use of medicinal plant, cultivation, collection, processing and storage of plant with its industrial importance.
  5. Analyze and distinguish the medicinal plant and compare their properties.
Pharmacology-I (Pharmacology & Toxicology) (RPH-524)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Describe the different concepts of general pharmacology including pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles. (Understanding)
  2. Identify the pharmacology of drugs acting on Autonomic Nervous System. (Applying)
  3. Identify the pharmacology of drugs acting on Peripheral Nervous System. (Applying)
  4. Identify the pharmacology of drugs acting on Central Nervous System. (Applying)
  5. Appraise about the principles of toxicology and treatment of various poisonings viz barbiturate, opioid, atropine, organophosphorus and heavy metal. (Evaluating)
Environment & Ecology (RPH-525)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Students will be able to develop an attitude towards of concern for the environment and an insight to protect the environment.
  2. Students will be able to understand the various energy sources and their protection.
  3. Students will be able to create awareness about environmental problems.
  4. Students will be able to appreciate the ethical, cross-cultural, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems.
  5. Students will be able to reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VI (Medicinal Chemistry-I) Practical (RPH-521P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Define and understand basic reactions, experimental conditions for preparation of drugs and standards for the prepared drug
  2. Apply the synthetic concepts of drug synthesis at laboratory level
  3. Analyze the practical aspects of the drug and its derivatives; examine the effects of various experimental conditions and their correlation with the results achieved.
  4. Evaluate the standards of the drug, compare with the standards and conclude the outcomes achieved.
  5. Synthesize newer agents and plan some newer experimental sets of reaction for development of medicinal chemistry to plan and execute a substantial research project.
Pharmaceutics-VI (Pharmaceutical Technology-I) Practical (RPH-522P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Analyze Method of Preparations of ENT preparations
  2. Experiment and test different biphasic liquid dosage forms.
  3. Evaluate the quality of Pharmaceutical preparations and compare it with standards.
  4. Estimate the purity in various pharmaceutical formulations.
  5. Experiment and select various pharmaceutical grade water.
Pharmacognosy-III Practical (RPH-530P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Match quality control parameters viz, identity and purity with help of microscopic techniques.
  2. Compare the transverse sections of different crude drugs (dried/ fresh).
  3. Demonstrate the morphological characters of drugs from natural origin
  4. Identify crude drugs from possible adulterants by powder microscopy.
  5. Make use of phytochemical tests for qualitative estimation of crude drug extracts.
Pharmacology-I (Pharmacology & Toxicology) Practical (RPH-524P)

Upon the completion of the course, the student will be able to:

  1. understand different routes of administrations of drugs in mice /rats and the pharmacological actions of hepatic microsomal enzyme inhibitors or induction on phenobarbitone induced sleeping time in mice using software.
  2. prepare drug dilutions, different solutions for experiments on in rodents and explain common and standard techniques used in experimental pharmacology.
  3. apply the basic pharmacological knowledge in prevention and treatment of various diseases and disorders.
  4. observe the effect of drugs / anaesthetics on animals by computer stimulated (CDs or video cassettes) experiments.
  5. appreciate correlation of pharmacology with other biomedical sciences.
Hospital Training (RPH-526P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Apply the principles of First aid in providing patient care in hospital and
  2. Make use of concepts of different routes of injection in patient care and treatment.
  3. Analyze the patient observation charts for better personnel management.
  4. Explain prescriptions and dispensing of drugs in relation with modern hospitals
  5. Asses Simple diagnostic reports.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VII (Medicinal Chemistry-III) (BOP-471)

After completion of course, students are able to:

  1. Explain the nomenclature and stereochemistry of steroidal drugs.
  2. Classify various medicinal agents and explain their mode of action.
  3. Explain the synthetic procedure and pharmaceutical applications of medicinal agents.
  4. Outline the recent advances of various classes of drugs.
  5. Develop structure activity relationship of various medicinal agents.
Pharmaceutics-IX (Biopharmaceutics & PK) (BOP-472)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. to Understand the mathematical treatment of pharmacokinetics data.
  2. to explain the ADME process, protein binding, modeling
  3. to simplify dose adjustment methods in renal and hepatic failure
  4. to Interpret the significance of ADME process
  5. to explain Bioavailability and Bioequivalence study along with its regulatory compliances
Pharmacology-III (Pharmacology & P. Vigilance) (BOP-473)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Describe the pharmacology of drugs acting on Endocrine system. (Understanding)
  2. Describe the concepts and general principles of Chemotherapy of antibiotics and parasitic infections. (Understanding)
  3. Explain different types of naturopathy and its effect on various systems. (Understanding)
  4. Evaluate the different methods of pharmacovigilance and pharmacoepidemiology. (Evaluating)
  5. Illustrate the role of fixed dose drug combinations in Indian scenario. (Understanding)
  6. Analyze the different epidemiological methods. (Analyzing)
Pharmacognosy-IV (BOP-474)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Explain the knowledge of plant source, cultivation, collection, processing and commercial varieties of alkaloidal drugs.
  2. Understand and explore production techniques and utilization of phyto-constituents.
  3. Identify the drug herb interactions & bioactive compounds enhancing bioavailability and DNA Finger printing of modern analytical techniques of herbal drugs.
  4. Distinguish phyto-chemical constituents, uses, adulterants/ substitutes of different alkaloidal drugs and able to analyze macroscopic and microscopic features of alkaloidal plants
  5. Explain the plant tissue culture techniques and its types, nutritional requirements, growth, factors affecting tissue culture and its use in Pharmacy.
Pharmaceutical Analysis- III (Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance) (BOP-475)

After completion of course student will be able to 

  1. Understand the basic principle and instrumentation of various analytical techniques.
  2. Explain the functional application of various analytical techniques.
  3. Calculate the different parameter and variable used in different analytical techniques.
  4. Interpret the structure of simple compounds by using NMR, IR and Mass spectroscopy.
  5. Explain the basic concepts of quality control and quality assurance as per Pharmacopoeial guidelines.
Pharmaceutics-IX (Biopharmaceutics & PK) Practical (BOP-472P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the significance of pharmacokinetics modeling, its basics parameters applied to ADME process.
  2. Identify the effect of ADME process and its variables on dosage regime.
  3. Analyze the compendia requirements of dissolution testing.
  4. Determine the elimination rate constant, AUCs and Clearance.
  5. Evaluate the mechanism of drug absorption and drug-drug interaction.
Pharmacology-III (Pharmacology & P. vigilance) (BOP-473P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Determine the concentration of unknown sample of drug by Dose Response Curve method in guinea pigs.
  2. Interpret the response of drugs at different doses by using different bioassay methods using suitable isolated preparations.
  3. Analyze the pharmacological action of various agonists and antagonists at different dose intervals.
  4. Describe the drug receptor interaction.
Pharmacognosy-IV (BOP-474P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the crude drugs from their macro/microscopic characteristics.
  2. Evaluate herbal drugs on the basis of chromatographic techniques.
  3. Identify the phyto-constituents of plants on the basis of phytochemical test.
  4. Develop practical skill in handling of various plant tissue culture techniques and its use in development of Phytoconstituents.
Pharmaceutical Analysis- III (Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance) (BOP-475P)

After completion of course student will be able to:

  1. Construct various documents required for quality assurance and organize them.
  2. Analyze various factors affecting absorption maxima by using UV visible spectrophotometry.
  3. Interpret the IR, Mass and NMR spectra of various compounds.
  4. Determine various drugs qualitatively and quantitatively by using UV Visible spectrophotometry and justify Beer's law.
  5. Estimate various pharmaceutical compounds by instrumental techniques.
Hospital Training-II (BOP-476P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Apply the principles of First aid in providing patient care in hospital and community.
  2. Make use of concepts of different routes of injection in patient care and treatment. Analyze the patient observation charts for better personnel management.
  3. Explain prescriptions and dispensing of drugs in relation with modern hospitals
  4. Asses Simple diagnostic reports.

Course Outcomes Even Sem. 2018-19

Human Anatomy and Physiology II Theory (BP201T)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Explain the organization, structure and functions of the Central nervous system. (Understanding)
  2. Describe the structure, functions and pathophysiology of the digestive system and the concept of energy required for digestion. (Understanding)
  3. Describe the anatomy & physiology of respiratory system. (Understanding)
  4. Describe the structure, functions and disorders of urinary system. (Understanding)
  5. Identify the structure and functions of various endocrine glands. (Applying)
  6. Explain the anatomy & physiology of male and female reproductive system along with concepts of genetics. (Understanding)
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I Theory (BP202T)

After completion of course student will be able to 

  1. Explain the structure, name, classification and the type of isomerism of the organic compounds.
  2. Illustrate the type and Mechanism of organic reactions.
  3. Explain the orientation, reactivity and stability of organic compounds.
  4. Identify the identification of organic compounds.
  5. Analyze the use of organic compounds.
Biochemistry – Theory (BP203T)

After completion of course student will be able to 

  1. Understand the basic concepts of bioenergetics and Biomolecules.
  2. Explain metabolism of nutrient molecules in various physiological and pathological conditions.
  3. Illustrate the biosynthesis of various biological substances.
  4. Understand the genetic organization of mammalian genome and functions of DNA, RNA and proteins.
  5. Explain the catalytic role of enzymes, importance of enzyme inhibitors, therapeutic and diagnostic applications of enzymes.
Pathophysiology – Theory (BP204T)

Upon completion of the subject students will be able to:

  1. understand the basic concepts of physiology / pathophysiology.
  2. define, enlist and recall pathogenesis of the selected diseases / disorders of human organ system (s).
  3. distinguish the aetiology and complications of the disease(s) /disorder(s).
  4. explain mechanism and interpret clinical signs & symptoms of the disease(s) / disorder (s) in human beings.
  5. evaluate detailed pathophysiology (gross & sub-cellular or macroscopic structural changes in parts) of diseased / disordered organ (s) and relate to clinical manifestation in human beings.
Computer Applications in Pharmacy Theory (BP205T)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Recall and infer the fundamentals of Computer, its components, structure and types and various types of application of computers in pharmaceutical and clinical studies.
  2. Apply the knowledge of mathematics and computing fundamentals to pharmaceutical applications for any given requirement.
  3. Integrate and apply efficiently the contemporary IT tools to all Pharmaceutical related activities.
  4. Design and develop solutions to analyze pharmaceutical problems using Computers.
  5. Create a personal HTML webpage, create invoice tables, Generate reports from patients’ database, and Exporting Tables, Queries, Forms and Reports to web pages and to XML pages.
Environmental Sciences – Theory (BP206T)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand of different natural resources including renewable resources.
  2. Explain the importance of ecosystem and biodiversity for maintaining ecological balance.
  3. Demonstrate an appreciation for need for sustainable development and role of science.
  4. Develop an understanding of environmental pollutions
Human Anatomy and Physiology II Practical (BP207P)

Upon completion of this course the students will be able to:

  1. Explain the gross morphology, structure and functions of various organs of integumentary and special senses, nervous, endocrine, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, urinary and reproductive systems in the human body.
  2. Discuss the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances by positive and negative feedback mechanism.
  3. Evaluate the interlinked mechanism of control centre (hypothalamus-pituitary glands) and nervous system in the maintenance of normal level of hormones released from respective endocrine glands and functioning of body (Homeostasis) in human beings.
  4. Identify the various tissues and organs of different systems of human body, cranial nerve which carry information regarding smell and different types of tastes.
  5. Demonstrate neurological examination, visual acuity, the reflex activity, recording of body temperature, basal mass index, the total blood cell counts by cell analyser, also tidal volume and vital capacity pulmonary function tests.
  6. Explain gross morphology, structure and functions of vital organs and gonads by microscopic examination of their permanent slides.
  7. Appraise family planning devices and pregnancy diagnosis test.
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry I Practical (BP208P)

After completion of course student will be able to:

  1. Identify the organic compound by Lassaigne's test and melting point/boiling point.
  2. Determine functional groups qualitatively in organic compounds.
  3. Make use of preliminary tests for organic compounds.
  4. Illustrate method of preparation of organic compounds.
  5. Analyze systematically an unknown organic compound by various qualitative tests and examine the molecular model of organic compounds.
Biochemistry – Practical (BP209P)

After completion of course student will be able to:

  1. Apply the methods for the preparation of buffers and measurement of pH.
  2. Analyzing carbohydrate and proteins qualitatively and quantitatively.
  3. Examine the abnormal constituents of urine qualitatively.
  4. Determine various constituents of blood quantitatively.
  5. Determine salivary amylase activity and factors affecting it.
Computer Applications in Pharmacy Practical (BP210P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Students are able to use word processing software.
  2. Students are able to apply HTML Tags to create HTML web page.
  3. Students are able to apply online tools to retrieve information about drugs.
  4. Students are able to have basic understanding of MS Access.
  5. Creating tables & queries in MS Access.
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry- III Theory (BP 401T)

After completion of course, students are able to:

  1. Understand the stereochemical aspects of organic compounds and stereochemical reactions.
  2. Identify stereochemical features such as optical isomerism, geometrical isomerism and conformational isomerism.
  3. Explain the structure, nomenclature, Chemistry and synthetic procedure of heterocyclic compounds.
  4. Categorize the reactions and medicinal uses of heterocyclic compounds.
  5. Analyze the reactions of synthetic importance.
Medicinal Chemistry I – Theory (BP 402T)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand the basic principles and concepts associated with medicinal chemistry.
  2. Classify various medicinal agents and explain their mode of action.
  3. Explain the synthetic procedure and pharmaceutical applications of medicinal agents.
  4. Outline the recent advances of various classes of drugs.
  5. Develop structure activity relationship of various medicinal agents.
Physical Pharmaceutics II – Theory (BP 403T)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. To understand the Physical and Physicochemical properties of drug molecules for designing of dosage forms.
  2. To make use of principles of Chemical Kinetics for Stability Testing.
  3. To simplify the role of Micromeritics in formulation designing.
  4. To explain physicochemical properties in evaluation of Dosage forms.
  5. To determine the reaction kinetics and expiry date of the formulations.
Pharmacology I – Theory (BP 404T)

Upon the completion of the syllabus, the student will be able to-

  1. Understand the pharmacological actions of different categories of drugs.
  2. Apply the basic pharmacological knowledge in the prevention and treatment of various diseases.
  3. Examine the drug interactions (pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics) with the body.
  4. Explain the mechanism of drug action at organ system/sub cellular/ macromolecular levels.
  5. Appreciate correlation of pharmacology with other bio medical sciences.
Pharmacognosy I – Theory (BP 405T)

On completion of the module, the leaner will be able to;

  1. Describe the history, scope and development of pharmacognosy.CO 1
  2. Know the techniques in the cultivation, collection, processing and storage of drugs of natural origin with reference to medicinal plants. CO 2
  3. Students will be able to recall the plant tissue culture techniques and its types, nutritional requirements, growth, factors affecting tissue culture and its use in Pharmacy. CO 3
  4. Students will be able to illustrate various traditional systems of medicine and able to identify various groups of phytoconstituents. CO 4
  5. Acquire knowledge on pharmacognostic study of plants under the category of primary and secondary metabolites. CO 5
Medicinal Chemistry I –Practical (BP 406P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Apply the synthetic procedures for the synthesis of drugs mentioned in syllabus.
  2. Examine the quantitative assay of drugs by titrimetric method
  3. Determine the partition coefficient of drugs in mentioned their syllabus.
Physical Pharmaceutics II – Practical (BP 407P)

After completion of course students shall be able to:

  1. To experiment with Drug stability studies.
  2. To experiment with the micromeritics properties of powders.
  3. To determine the rheological property of solids and liquids.
  4. To determine the Sedimentation volume of coarse dispersions.
Pharmacology I – Practical (BP 408P)

Upon the completion of the syllabus, the student will be able to-

  1. Understand commonly used instruments, different routes of drug administration in mice or rats and correlation of pharmacology with other biomedical sciences.
  2. Demonstrate the working of different instruments used in pharmacology lab for muscle relaxant, locomotor and anticonvulsant activity. Maintenance and handling techniques of commonly used laboratory animals.
  3. Explain common and standard techniques used in experimental pharmacology- Blood withdrawal, Serum and plasma separation, anesthetics and euthanasia used for animal studies.
  4. Examine the effect of drugs on animals by computer simulation (CDs or videos and softwares).
  5. Give rational behind how effect of drug is potentiated or inhibited in physiological systems or pathological states.
Pharmacognosy I – Practical (BP 409P)

On completion of the module, the student will be able to:

  1. Analyze crude drugs by chemical tests: (i) Tragacanth
  2.  (ii) Acacia (iii) Agar (iv) Gelatin (v) starch (vi) Honey (vii) Castor oil
  3. Determine the stomatal number and index, vein islet number, vein islet termination, palisade ratio, Fiber length and width, size of starch grains, calcium oxalate crystals by eye piece micrometer.
  4. Determine the number of starch grains by Lycopodium spore method
  5. Determine the Ash value, Extractive values, moisture content of crude drugs.
  6. Determine the swelling index and foaming index.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VII (Medicinal Chemistry-II) (RPH-627)

After completion of course, students are able to:

  1. Understand the basic principles and concepts of drug design and QSAR.
  2. Classify various medicinal agents and explain their mode of action.
  3. Explain the synthetic procedure and pharmaceutical applications of medicinal agents.
  4. Outline the recent advances of various classes of drugs.
  5. Develop structure activity relationship of various medicinal agents.
Pharmaceutics-VIII (Pharmaceutical Technology-II) (RPH-628)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. To understand basic knowledge of polymers and how they can be used in pharmaceutical formulations
  2. To understand complete knowledge of dosage forms and how their bioavailability and therapeutic effect can be enhanced.
  3. To enhance patient compliance with reduce fluctuation and drug waste.
  4. To study different types of tablets using different methods.
  5. To analyze the difference between nanoparticles and conventional dosage forms.
  6. To justify use of packaging of pharmaceutical product.
  7. To understand controlled release with site specific drug action.
Pharmacology-II (RPH-629)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand about the drugs and their effect on various systems. (C.O. II)
  2. Apply the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic characteristics of different drugs in body. (C.O. III)
  3. Apply the pharmacology knowledge to correlate it with various disease states. (C.O. III)
  4. Compare the mechanism of action of different category of drugs. (C.O. IV)
  5. Analyze the pharmacological aspects of drugs and their safe administration to maximize therapeutic outcome. (C.O. IV).
Pharmaceutics-VII (Pharmaceutical & Food Microbiology) (RPH-623)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Find importance of microbiology in pharmaceutical and food industry
  2. Understand methods of identification, cultivation and preservation of various microorganisms and explain Optical and electron microscopy.
  3. understand the importance and implementation of sterilization and disinfection along with its validation in pharmaceutical processing and industry and the basic concepts of Factory and Hospital hygiene
  4. Explain sterility testing and preservative efficacy of pharmaceutical products and summarize microbiological standardization of antibiotics and vitamins..
  5. Demonstrate Significance of food microbiology in food preservation and development of probiotics.
Professional Communication (RPH-631)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Skills in professional communications writing proposals, applications, covering letter, resume writing
  2. Learning and practice of solution dealt with Barriers to communication, time management simulation exercise
  3. Learning and practice of solution dealt with Group discussions and non verbal communications
  4. Learning and practice of solution dealt with art to face interview successfully
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-VII (Medicinal Chemistry-II) (RPH-627P)

After completion of course, students are able to:

  1. Understand Software related to drug design.
  2. Understand the architecture of protein data bank.
  3. Explain Hansch and free Wilson analysis by statistical program.
  4. Apply the synthetic procedures for the synthesis of NSAIDs and record its pharmacopoeial standard.
  5. Develop 3D-QSAR model for a pharmacophore.
Pharmaceutics-VIII (Pharmaceutical Technology-II) (RPH-628P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. To understand basic knowledge of polymers and how they can be used in pharmaceutical formulations
  2. To understand complete knowledge of dosage forms and how their bioavailability and therapeutic effect can be enhanced.
  3. To enhance patient compliance with reduce fluctuation and drug waste.
  4. To study different types of tablets using different methods.
  5. To analyze the difference between nanoparticles and conventional dosage forms.
  6. To justify use of packaging of pharmaceutical product.
  7. To understand controlled release with site specific drug action.
Pharmacology-II (RPH-629P)

Upon completion of the subject, students will be able to

  1. Understand the working principles and safety measurements about the instruments used in pharmacology. (C.O. II)
  2. Apply the knowledge of basic pharmacology and their practical relevance. (C.O. III)
  3. Analyze drug and receptor relationship. (C.O. IV)
  4. Evaluate the outcome of drug and receptor interaction. (C.O. V)
Pharmaceutics-VII (Pharmaceutical & Food Microbiology) (RPH-623P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Acquire, retain, recall and apply knowledge relevant to microbiology.
  2. Utilize the techniques for biochemical tests and staining of microorganism for bacterial identification and make use of information on sterilization to analyze its efficiency.
  3. Evaluate antimicrobial agents and disinfectants and sterility testing of pharmaceutical products.
  4. Carry out microbial assay and standardization of pharmaceuticals.
  5. Make use of cell culture and to evaluate microbial stability of pharmaceuticals.
Industrial Training (RPH-632P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Summarize the demonstration of machines and instrumentation at manufacturing sites of industrial setup.
  2. outline the working of packaging section at industrial level
  3. explain the working of quality control section at industrial level
  4. organize the documentation of SOP, BPR and Batch Analysis Reports in the industry
  5. develop batch production and regulatory compliance report .
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IX (Chemistry of Natural Products) (BOP-481)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand general methods of isolation & separation of plant constituents (alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, lignans, vitamins)
  2. Explain biogenesis and basic metabolic pathways of secondary metabolites.
  3. Utilize the process of extraction, isolation of Alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, lignans and vitamins.
  4. Apply the methods for structure elucidation of Alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, lignans, vitamins.
  5. Acquire the knowledge of natural allergen photosensitizing agents & fungal toxins.
  6. Know the role of natural products & drug discovery and recent development of natural products such as anticancer agent, anti diabetic, anti malarial and immunomodulators.
Pharmaceutics-X (Pharmaceutical Biotechnology) (BOP-482)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Understand principles of immunology as applied to drug development with emphasis on immunotherapeutic agents.
  2. Explain genetic and recombinant DNA technology and microbial transformation in industrial biotechnology for the production of insulin, somatotropin, steroids.
  3. Describe the screening of soil for microorganisms producing antibiotics.
  4. Outline construction type working of fermentor and recovery of antibiotics from it.
  5. Recall the techniques of isolation of mutants and factors affecting mutation.
  6. Explain basic concepts, techniques and applications of immobilization of enzymes and cell.
Pharmaceutics-XI (Pharmaceutical Marketing & Management) (BOP-483)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Define and explain principles and concepts of management and marketing.
  2. Relate principles and concepts of management & marketing with marketing research, strategic planning and management of sales and production.
  3. Make use of the knowledge in various functional areas such as Business Development, Sales Promotions, Channels of Distribution, e-commerce, Start up Business, Pharmaceutical Marketing and Market Research.
  4. Distinguish different levels of selection and recruitment, training, performance appraisal of sales force.
  5. Estimate various demand measurements with the help of Geo-demo-graphic analysis and demand measurement concepts.
Pharmaceutics-XII (Food & Neutraceuticals) (BOP-484)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. To understand principles of food technology and food preservation
  2. To explain the impact of processing and packaging on quality and shelf life of food.
  3. To classify traditional and neutraceuticals health products with scientific aptitude.
  4. To explain basics and applications of supercritical fluids in neutraceutical extraction.
  5. To recall Indian food laws and test for evaluation of food & neutraceutical as per food laws
Good Manufacturing Practices (BOP-485B)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. To summarize guidelines of GMP, GCP and GLP at national and international level.
  2. To prepare, maintain and validate SOP’s, forms and maintenance records pharmaceutical industries.
  3. to identify the requirements of documentation formats like IND, NDA, and ANDA.
  4. to make use of components of 21 CFR and compare cGMP and GMP.
  5. to Utilize measures to be taken when there is a pharmaceutical product recall
  6. to Analyze suitable sampling process adopted in pharmaceutical industries as per WHO guidelines
Clinical Pharmacy (BOP-485C)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate the concepts of clinical pharmacy with reference to pharmacogenetics and Pharmacoepidemiology. (Understanding)
  2. Analyze and compile data related to patient. (Analyzing)
  3. Evaluate the daily activities of clinical pharmacist and quality assurance of clinical pharmacy services. (Evaluating)
  4. Take part in research design and conduct of clinical trials. (Analyzing)
  5. Analyze the collected data biostatistically. (Analyzing)
Pharmaceutical Chemistry-IX (Chemistry of Natural Products) (BOP-481P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Perform experiments on extraction, isolation, separation & purification of various groups of chemical constituents of pharmaceutical significance.
  2. Illustrate chromatographic evaluation of herbal constituents by paper and thin layer chromatographic techniques.
  3. Utilize isolation techniques of volatile oils.
  4. Perform the isolation of active constituents of herbal drugs with the help of preparative TLC.
  5. Determine the quantity of ascorbic acid present in Amla.
Pharmaceutics-X (Pharmaceutical Biotechnology) (BOP-482P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Estimate protein by using different techniques.
  2. Apply knowledge of immunological reaction to determine Blood group
  3. Perform assay of antibiotic
  4. Isolate enzymes from natural sources.
  5. Perform immobilization technique for drug, enzyme or cell.
Pharmaceutics-XII (Food & Neutraceuticals) (BOP-484P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. To prepare traditional health products in context with scientific / medicinal application
  2. To apply and analyze different preservation techniques
  3. To evaluate effect of processing conditions on food product.
  4. To assess influence of packaging on quality and shelf life of food product and chose appropriate packaging material.
Good Manufacturing Practices (BOP-485P B)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Student will be able to summarize concept of SOP
  2. Student will be able to apply the methods for the development of SOP
  3. Student will be able to make use of components of SOP to validate equipments
  4. Student will be able to Integrate and apply knowledge and skills associated with GMP to plan and execute a substantial research project
  5. Student will be able to analyse the suitable methods to be applied for the rationale use of regulatory guidelines
Clinical Pharmacy (BOP-485P C)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Describe the pathophysiology and management of Cardiovascular, central nervous system, gastrointestinal tract, hormonal disorders and pathogenic diseases.
  2. Develop clinical skills in the therapeutic management of these conditions.
  3. Examine drug therapy of patients through medication chart review and clinical review.
  4. Rate the medication history, interview and counseling of patients.
  5. Evaluate and monitor the adverse drug reactions.
Report on Industrial/ Research Laboratory Visit (BOP-486P)

On completion of the course student will be able to:

  1. Summarize the demonstration of machines and instrumentation at manufacturing sites of industrial setup.
  2. outline the working of packaging section at industrial level
  3. explain the working of quality control section at industrial level
  4. organize the documentation of SOP, BPR and Batch Analysis Reports in the industry
  5. Develop batch production and regulatory compliance report .

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

  1. Ability to apply principles and knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology, pathophysiology, icrobiology, pharmacology, food and neutraceuticals and cosmetics for good health of the society.
  2. Ability to apply the knowledge of inorganic chemistry, biochemistry, medicinal chemistry, natural and herbal products and pharmacognostical principles for discovery and development of new drugs.
  3. Understand the principles of biotechnology, biopharmaceutics, pharmaceutical engineering, and develop methodology for research work.

Events

Seminar, Workshops & Conferences

  1. Organizer of National Conference on "Current trends and futuristic Challenges in Pharmaceutical Sciences", 22-Sep-2018
  2. Co organizer of AKTU sponsored Faculty Development Program on "Biosafety and IPR issues in Bio-Pharma Research" under TEQIP-III is being conducted by our Department of Biotechnology during 21st to 25th May, 2018 at MIET, Meerut.
  3. AICTE sponsored National seminar on “Biomedical Communication In Cyber Age” held on 28th -30th December, 2009.
  4. 3 Days Workshop on “Advances In Computer Aided Drug Discovery and Design Methods” held on 4th -6th August 2008.
  5. One Day National seminar on “Pharm D: A New Definition of Pharmacist” held on 7th September, 2008.

Guest Lectures

  1. Guest lecture conducted by department of Pharmaceutical technology on “Industry Institute Interaction” by Ms. Shivani Chauhan, Product Manager (Oncology), Arbindo Pharma Ltd., Hyderabad on 20 April 2018.
  2. Dr. Rajni Garg, Research Professor, Computational Science Research Centre, San Diego State University, USA delivered a lecture on “Applications of Chemi- Bioinformatics Approaches in Drug Design” on 1st Aug, 2013.
  3. Dr. Saryu Goel, Associate Director & Project Team Leader at Supernus Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Rockville, MD 20850, USA has delivered an interactive lecture on “International Guidelines & Clinical Drug Metabolism Studies” on 16th July, 2013.
  4. Dr G. Govil, Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai, delivered a lecture on “Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) in Biology: Molecules, cells, plants and animals” on 14th February, 2013.
  5. Prof. O. P. Arora, Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra delivered a lecture on “Recent trends in synthetic Chemistry” on 04th April, 2011.
  6. Dr. C. D. Upasni, Dean, Faculty of Pharmacy, Pune University, Pune delivered a lecture on “Recent advancement in drug screening” on 01st April, 2011.
  7. Dr. P. D. Chaudhary, Professor & Director, Modern Institute of Pharmacy, NIGDI, Pune delivered a lecture on “New Drug Delivery Systems” on 24th November, 2009.

Other activities

  1. Pharma Quiz was conducted by department of pharmaceutical Technology on 23 February 2018.
  2. Teachers day celebration on 05 September 2017
  3. 56th National Pharmacy Week (NPW) celebration from 19th to 25th November, 2017.
  4. Alumni meet on 19 March 2016 was conducted at Audi 4, MIET.
  5. Farewell: 11th Batch of B. Pharm. [May 04, 2014]
  6. Pharmacist Day Celebration [Nov. 25, 2013]
  7. Poster Competition during Techspardha-2013 [Oct. 25-26, 2013]
  8. Teacher’s day celebration by B. Pharm. First Year Students [Sep. 05, 2013]
  9. Oral & Poster Presentation, extempore and Pharma Quiz during Techspardha-2010 [Nov. 14-15, 2010]
  10. Teachers day celebration by M. Pharm. Students [Sep. 05, 2010]
  11. Cricket match was organized [Nov. 08, 2009]

Faculty

faculty
Dr. Satish Kumar Gupta
Designation Professor & Director
Graduation B.Pharm (UIPS, Chandigarh)
Post graduation M.Pharm (Pharmacognosy)
Doctorate Ph.D(Pharmaceutical Sciences) Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
Teaching experience 24 yrs
Industrial experience 10 yrs
Research experience 03 yrs
Email id satish.gupta@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Syntdetic Analogues and Evaluation of tdeir Biological Activity, Chemistry of Natural Drug Products
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Dr. Vipin Kumar Garg
Designation Professor & Head
Graduation B. Pharm (CCS University, Meerut)
Post graduation M. Pharm. (Pharmacology) RGUHS, Bangalore
Doctorate Ph. D. (Pharmacology) Banasthali Vidyapith, Jaipur
Teaching experience 16 yrs
Industrial experience 01 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id vipin.garg@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Animal handling, Pharmacological screening
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Dr. Anoop Kumar
Designation Professor
Graduation B. Pharm (Gulbarga University, Karnataka)
Post graduation M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics)  DU, New Delhi
Doctorate Ph.D (Pharmaceutics) Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi
Teaching experience 18 yrs
Research experience 01 yr
Email id anoop.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Microemulsion, SNEDDS, Bioavailability Enhancement techniques.

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Dr. Vrish Dhwaj Ashwlayan
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B. Pharm (CCS University, Meerut)
Post graduation M. Pharm (Pharmacology) Punjabi University, Patiala
Doctorate Ph.D (Pharmaceutical Sciences) GBTU, Lucknow
Teaching experience 14.5 yrs
Industrial experience 03 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id vrish.ashwlayan@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Neuroscience, Ethnopharmacology, Phytopharmacology

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Dr. Anurag
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B. Pharm UPTU, Lucknow
Post graduation M. Pharm (Medicinal Chemistry) UPTU, Lucknow
Doctorate Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Science) JNU, Jaipur
Teaching experience 11.3 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id anurag.chaudhary@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Analysis

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Dr. Sameksha Koul
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B. Pharm (North Maharastra Univ., Jalgaon)
Post graduation M. Pharm(Pharmacognosy) Barkatullah Univ., Bhopal
Doctorate Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Science) UTU, Dehradun
Teaching experience 11.5 yrs
Industrial experience 2 yrs
Research experience 2 yrs
Email id sameksha.koul@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Phytochemistry, herbal drug technology  and  pharmacognosy

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Mrs. Garima Garg
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation Sardar Patel University, Gujarat
Post graduation Gujarat University, Gujarat
Doctorate Pursuing
Teaching experience 14 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id garima.garg@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Formulation and development of various dosage forms

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Dr. Sachin Kumar
Designation Associate Professor
Graduation B. Pharm
Post graduation M. Pharm(Medicinal Chemistry)
Doctorate Ph.D.
Teaching experience 10 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id sachin.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Molecular modeling in pharmaceutical chemistry.

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Mr.Nishant Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B. Pharm
Post graduation M.Pharm(Pharmaceutics)
Doctorate  
Teaching experience 13.7 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id nishant.prasad@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Pharmacokinetics,Nanoparticles.

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Mrs. Anjana Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation CCS University, Meerut
Post graduation UPTU, Lucknow
Doctorate Pursuing
Teaching experience 7.5 yrs
Industrial experience 02 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id anjana.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest QSAR studies & Molecular modelling

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Mr. Avnesh Kumar Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation RGUHS, Bangalore
Post graduation RGUHS, Bangalore
Doctorate Pursuing (AKTU, LUCKNOW)
Teaching experience 8.5 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id avnesh.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Pharmacological screening of CNS active drugs

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Mr. Ankit Gupta
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Pharm
Post graduation M.Pharm(Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
Teaching experience 10 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id ankit.gupta@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Medicinal Chemistry and Organic Chemistry

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Ms. Mansi Verma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Pharma
Post graduation M.Pharm (Pharmacology)
Teaching experience 5 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id mansi7184@gmail.com
Area of interest Pharmacological screening of antiulcer agents

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Ms. Nidhi Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B. Pharm
Post graduation M. Pharm (Pharmacognosy)
Doctorate -
Teaching experience 03 yrs
Industrial experience Nil
Research experience  
Email id nidhi.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Isolation & standardization of phytoconstituents & their pharmacological evaluation

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Ms. Rupali Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation UTU, Dehradun
Post graduation UTU, Dehradun
Teaching experience 2.5 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id rupalisharma2711@gmail.com
Area of interest Formulation and development

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Mr. Rajat Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation GBTU, Lucknow
Post graduation UPTU, Lucknow
Doctorate -
Teaching experience 01 yrs
Industrial experience Nill
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id libra.rajat@gmail.com
Area of interest Formulation and development

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Ms. Ritu Verma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation GBTU, Lucknow
Post graduation UPTU, Lucknow
Doctorate -
Teaching experience 01 Years
Industrial experience Nill
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id ritu_verma@gmail.com
Area of interest Pharmacological Screening of herbs

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Ms. Lalita Chaudhary
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation GBTU, Lucknow
Post graduation UPTU, Lucknow
Doctorate -
Teaching experience 06 yr
Industrial experience Nill
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id lalita_1538@yahoo.co.in
Area of interest Instrumentation and chromatographic

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Mr. Saurabh Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation UPTU, Lucknow
Post graduation UPTU, Lucknow
Doctorate -
Teaching experience 0.5 Years
Industrial experience 01 yrs
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id saurabh.kumar@gmail.com
Area of interest Formulation and Development

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Dr. Shobhit Kumar
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Pharma
Post graduation M.Pharm(Pharmaceutics)
Doctorate -
Teaching experience 1 year
Industrial experience Nill
Research experience 04 yrs
Email id shobhit.kumar@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Intranasal delivery of drugs for brain delivery

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faculty
Ms. Priyanka Singh
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Pharma
Post graduation M.Pharm(Pharmaceutics)
Doctorate -
Teaching experience 1 year
Industrial experience Nill
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id priyanka.singh@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Liposome, Nanoparticles

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Ms. Meenakshi Sharma
Designation Assistant Professor
Graduation B.Pharma
Post graduation M.Pharm(Pharmaceutics)
Teaching experience 1.5 year
Industrial experience Nill
Research experience 01 yrs
Email id meenakshi.sharma@miet.ac.in
Area of interest Development of different dosage form

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Pharm. Chemistry (M.Pharm. Research Lab)

Course Objectives

The students should learn how to formulate a research problem and design a suitable methodology to find its solution. The student should learn how to collect the literature required for the research work. The student should learn to perform synthetic reactions, schemes, and purifications, to learn how to operate instrumentation and analyze spectral data and to write and compile the original thesis report.

Course Outcome

Students get well acquainted with the monitoring of reaction progress using TLC, UV, HPLC & FTIR

Unique features

Vacuum Pump, Multi Parameter Digital Force Gauze, Distillation Unit, Tablet Tester

Pharmaceutics Lab (M.Pharm )

Course Objectives

The student should learn how to conduct preformulation studies in a stepwise manner for APIs. They will also learn to design formulations for special populations like pediatrics and geriatrics. They will be able to perform stability testing for dosage form, selection of suitable packaging material and also study drug excipient interactions through various analytical techniques.

Course Outcome

Students apply scientific principles in a range of formulation techniques.

Unique features

Hot Air Oven, Electronic Balance, Table Punching Machine, Mechanical Stirrer, Magnetic Stirrer

Pharmaceutics (M.Pharm. Research Lab)

Course Objectives

The students should learn how to formulate a research problem and design a suitable methodology to find its solution. The student should learn how to collect the literature required for the research work. They should learn to formulate various dosage forms, novel drug delivery systems and evaluate various parameters related to the specific dosage forms.

Course Outcome

Development of novel drug delivery systems and their evaluation using sophisticated instruments like Brookfield viscometer, Picodrop etc.

Unique features

Rheometer, Lyophilizer, Dissolution Test, Picodrop, Deep Freezer

Pharmacology(M.Pharm. )

Course Objectives

The students should learn the effect of various drugs on animal models and understand the calculation of LD50 and ED50 through experimental models. They should also be able to handle various statistical softwares. They will also learn how to estimate various biochemical parameters.

Course Outcome

Students understand the general concept of experimental pharmacology and the drug receptor interaction with the help of various experimental models on animals.

Unique features

Student Physiograph, Digital Plethysmometer, Bioanalyser, Actophotometer, Convulsiometer, Swimming test apparatus, Digital Plus maze apparatus, Digital Tele thermometer.

Pharmacology (M.Pharm. Research lab)

Course Objectives

The students should learn how to formulate a research problem and design a suitable methodology to find its solution. The student should learn how to collect the literature required for the research work. They should be able to select suitable experimental models on animals for various pharmacological activities and their statistical analysis and to write and compile the original thesis report.

Course Outcome

Students are able to select experimental models for various pathophysiological conditions as well as to analyze and interpret data.

Unique features

Swimming Test Apparatus, Lagendorff's Apparatus, Chemical Analyzer

Central Instrumentation Lab

Course Objectives

The objective of this lab is to learn how to operate sophisticated instrument like HPLC, FTIR, UV-Visible spectrophotometer, Rheometer, Picodrop and analyze spectral data, learn and use a molecular modeling program.

Course Outcome

Handling of sophisticated instruments used for quantitative and qualitative analysis of compounds/ mixture of compounds

Unique features

UV - Visible Spectrophotometer, (Shimadzu) FTIR, Spectrophotometer (Shimadzu,) HPLC (Waters)

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I

Course Objectives

The main objective of the course is to understand and consummate the basic fundamental principles by performing experiments related to various unit operations like fluid flow, filtration, centrifugation, crystallisation, air-conditioning, industrial hazards and safety precautions, materials used in plant construction, evaporation, drying, distillation etc.

Course Outcome

To give students with different background to conduct basic practicals in chemistry & biochemistry as it relates to drug discovery

Unique features

Flame photometer (Digital), Hot Air Oven, Water Bath, Centrifuge, Digital Balance

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II

Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to understand the principles involved in limit tests, salt analysis and some inorganic preparations and also to learn & master fundamental organic chemistry laboratory techniques, to perform synthetic reactions, workups, and purifications, to learn how to operate instrumentation and analyze spectral data, learn and use a molecular modeling program, and to write original lab reports in a professional manner.

Course Outcome

Students get knowledge about physical, chemical and storage of organic and inorganic pharmaceuticals.

Unique features

Water Bath, Hot Air Oven, Centrifuge, Digital Balance, Nessler Cylinders

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III

Course Objectives

The practical application of medicinal chemistry is the first step of process of Pharmaceutical formulation. The medicinal chemistry practical relates to the uses of chemistry in modern society in the development, production and analysis of bioactive compounds.

Course Outcome

Students get hands on experience in the synthesis of medicinal/ organic/ natural compounds involving different mechanisms

Unique features

Magnetic Stirrer, Rotary Vacuum Flask Evaporator , Double Distillation Unit , UV – Cabinet, Hot Air Oven

Pharmacology

Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to understand the pharmacology of drugs with special reference to their mechanism, pharmacological actions, drug interactions, adverse effects and uses. Also to study commonly used laboratory animals and instruments and to explain the use of computer simulated softwares for pharmacology practicals to minimize the use of living animals.

Course Outcome

Students get knowledge about animal attitude & handling and understand the drug response curve of various drug on various tissue preparation.

Unique features

Digital Actophotometer, Analgesiometer, Digital Tele Thermometer, Muscles Stimulator

Pharmacognosy

Course Objectives

To learn and master fundamentals of Pharmacognosy that will examine the Herbal and fabricated preparations. Also to discuss the processes of standardization of natural products.

Course Outcome

To obtain knowledge about classification and nomenclature of medicinal plants, as well as several active substances, their chemical and biological properties.

Unique features

Muffle furnace, Moisture Balance, Microtome, Hot Air Oven, Microscope (compound)

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Course Objectives

The objective of the course is to bestow students with the knowledge and microbiological skills by practicing and understanding the experiments.

Course Outcome

To acquire knowledge about the concept of sterilization, preparation of media, culturing of microorganisms and microbioassay.

Unique features

Laminar Air flow, B.O.D. Incubato,r U.V. cabinet, Tissue culture station

Pharmaceutics Lab-I

Course Objectives

The objective of the course is to provide a general preparation of dosage forms methodology and working knowledge of basic pharmaceuticals steps. To understand the pharmaceutical principles and calculations of measuring the various volumetric formulations, to study the quantity sufficient and quantity taken methodology to learn how to prepare and use various prepared dosage forms.

Course Outcome

Preparation and labeling of various pharmaceutical dosage forms and extraction procedures

Unique features

Dissolution test apparatus Single, Mechanical stirrer, Disintegration test apparatus, Magnetic Stirrer

Pharmaceutics Lab-II

Course Objectives

The main objective of the course is to understand and consummate the basic fundamental principles by performing experiments related to various unit operations like fluid flow, filtration, centrifugation, crystallisation, air-conditioning, industrial hazards and safety precautions, materials used in plant construction, evaporation, drying, distillation etc.

Course Outcome

Understanding of simple unit operation processes involved in preformulation studies. More specifically, this subject provides practical information of fluid flow and factors which may affect rate of filtration, centrifugation and humidification.

Unique features

Orifice meter, Venturimeter, Ball mill, Anderson pipette, viscometer etc

Pharmaceutics Lab-III

Course Objectives

The main objective of the course is to understand and consummate the basic fundamental principles by performing experiments related to surface tension measurement, viscosity determination and flow properties of various kinds of powders.

Course Outcome

Fundamental principles of physics influencing the behaviour of various delivery systems like interfacial tension, micromeritic properties etc.

Unique features

Densitometer, Optical Microscope, Hardness Tester (Monsanto, Pfizer)

Industrial Pharmacy Lab

Course Objectives

The main objective of the course is to understand and consummate the basic fundamental principles by performing experiments related to solutions, suspensions, emulsions, creams, dentrifices etc.

Course Outcome

ppropriate practical techniques for the analysis and quantification of pharmaceutical products/ evaluation of container- closures and stability testing.

Unique features

Humidity Chamber, Friability test apparatus, Tray dryer, Dissolution Test Apparatus (6 Stage)

Machine Room

Course Objectives

The main objective of the course is to understand and consummate the basic fundamental principles by performing experiments related to capsule filling, microencapsulation, granulation, formulation, compression and evaluation of solid dosage forms like tablets and capsules.

Course Outcome

Students will be equipped with skills in processing of chemical/ biological drugs into dosage forms like tablets, capsules, ointments, injectables and liquids etc.

Unique features

Tablet punching machine, Sieve shaker, Bottle Filling Machine, Double cone blender, Bottle washing machine

Computer Lab

Course Objectives

The principle goal of the course is to learn the practical computer basic skills, applications, installation and troubleshooting. Students learn to use advanced techniques of MS-PowerPoint 2010 and to publish presentations to the Web.

Course Outcome

Handling of various softwares and apply the knowledge of computers in Pharmaceutical Technology.

Unique features

PIV Computers, Laser Jet Printers, Online U.P.S. (10 K.V.A.), Scanner, with internet facilities

ACHIEVEMENTS DURING SESSION 2017-18

Director of Pharmacy Department delivered a lecture at UP HEALTH SUMMIT-2018 supported by the ministry of Health and Family welfare, Govt. of UP., organised by CII at Lucknow on 2-Nov-2018.

One of our faculty members, Mrs. Anjana Sharma was awarded Ph.D from Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University , Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow

One of our faculty members, Mr. Shobhit Kumar was awarded Ph. D from Jamia Hamdard , Hamdard University, New Delhi
Presently 03 faculty members are pursuing for their Ph.D. degree from various reputed universities.
Number of papers has been published in National and International journals at M. Pharm. level during the session 2017-18.

Industrial Visit:

Students of B. Pharm. final year visited Pritam International Pvt Ltd Laboratories at Meerut on 29th April 2018.

Campus Placement:

32 B. Pharm. students are placed in various National and International companies of repute.

Higher Studies:

08 B. Pharm. students are pursuing M. Pharm. from various reputed Institutes.

Rank in University

Ms Sonakshi Chaudhary student of B. Pharm IV year bagged university first position in AKTU, Lucknow.

ACHIEVEMENTS DURING SESSION 2016-17

Presently 04 faculty members are pursuing for their Ph.D. degree from various reputed universities.
Number of papers has been published in National and International journals at M. Pharm. level during the session 2017-18.

Industrial Visit:

Students of B. Pharm. final year visited Daffodil Laboratories at Meerut on 20th April 2017.

Campus Placement:

25 B. Pharm. students are placed in various National and International companies of repute.

Higher Studies:

14 B. Pharm. students are pursuing M. Pharm. from various reputed Institutes.

ACHIEVEMENTS DURING SESSION 2015-16

One of our faculty members, Mr. Nitin Sharma was awarded Ph. D.

Presently 05 faculty members are pursuing for their Ph.D. degree from various reputed universities.

Number of papers has been published in National and International journals at M. Pharm. level during the session 2015-16.

Industrial Visit:

Students of B. Pharm. final year visited Daffodil Laboratories at Meerut on 27th November 2015.

Campus Placement:
  1. 08 B. Pharm. students are placed in various National and International companies of repute.
  2. 02 M. Pharm. students are placed in teaching in different reputed Institutes.
  3. 02 M. Pharm students are placed in different Industries of high repute.
Higher Studies:

04 B. Pharm. students are pursuing M. Pharm. from various reputed Institutes.

Guest Lectures:
  1. Dr. Ajaya Prakash, Director (QA), Win Medicare Pharma Pvt. Ltd. , Modipuram delivered a guest lecture on “Good Documentation Practices” on 09/09/2015.
  2. Dr. Neeraj Kumar, Research Associate, Department of Nuclear Medicine INMAS (DRDO), New Delhi delivered a guest lecture on “Use of Pharmacoscintigraphy techniques in drug development” on 28/09/2015.
  3. Dr. Aseem Bhatnagar, Scientist F & Joint Director, Department of Nuclear Medicine INMAS (DRDO), New Delhi delivered a guest lecture on “DRDO contribution for nuclear medicine and disaster management” on 28/09/2015.
  4. Dr. Sarvesh Kumar Paliwal, Prof. & Head, Department of Pharmacy, Banasthali University, Banasthali, Rajasthan delivered a guest lecture on “Pharmacophore Based Virtual Screening: A Powerful Tool for Drug Discovery” on 13/10/2015.
  5. Mr. C. P. Singh, Sr. Manager (QC), Ipca Laboratories, Dehradun delivered a guest lecture on “Essential rules of Pharmacopoeia” on 27/10/2015.
  6. Dr. Swapnil Sharma, Asstt. Prof., Department of Pharmacy, Banasthali University, Banasthali, Rajasthan delivered a guest lecture on “ Microbiological Assays of Antibiotics” on 15/03/2016.
GPAT

02 students of B. Pharm. final year qualified GPAT 2016.

Rank in University
  1. Mr. Ashish Kumar student of B. Pharm. IV year 2014-15 secured 9th position in UPTU.
  2. Ms. Deepika Sharma student of B. Pharm. IV year 2014-15 secured 10th position in UPTU.
Alumni Meet

The department organized Alumni meet on 19th March 2016.

ACHIEVEMENTS DURING SESSION 2014-15

  1. Presently 06 faculty members are pursuing for their Ph.D. degree from various reputed universities.
  2. Number of papers has been published in National and International journals at M. Pharm. level during the session 2014-15.
Industrial Visit:

Students of B. Pharm. final year visited IPCA Laboratories at Selaqui, Dehradun on 5th December 2014.

Campus Placement:
  1. 17 B. Pharm. students are placed in various National and International companies of repute.
  2. 04 M. Pharm. students are placed in teaching in different reputed Institutes.
  3. 06 M. Pharm students are placed in different Industries of high repute.
Higher Studies:

10 students are pursuing M. Pharm. from various reputed Institutes.

FDP Attended

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Alumni Speak

Mr. Vinay Gupta, Drug Inspector, CDSCO, New Delhi

“If I would have to sum up my experience at MIET, I would say it has been life-changing. Having some of the best teachers imparting their knowledge in a serene campus was appreciable. In addition the learning opportunities by means of projects and guest lectures are endless, making it a program which is very much worth the time and money.”

Mr. Shashikant, Drug Inspector, CDSCO, New Delhi

“The academic experience has been one of the biggest takeaways at MIET. I am constantly amazed by the new things I learn every day in the classroom. The faculties are knowledgeable in their respective fields and encourage student participation by facilitating discussions in class. What has struck me most about the faculties at MIET is how concerned they are about the students learning. I am grateful for being part of MIET.”

Ms. Shivani Chauhan, Product Manager (Oncology), Arbindo Pharma Ltd., Hyderabad

“Everything about the college is so overwhelming. The faculties were very erudite and avuncular. They have great expertise with their subjects in the curriculum. The guest lectures conducted were so informative and thought–provoking.”

Student Speak

Ms. Ayushi Sharma, B.Pharm VII Sem

“MIET provided me the best platform to groom myself academically as well as personally. I owe my thanks to my teachers for bringing out the best in me.”

Mr. Ankit Tyagi, B.Pharm VII Sem

“MIET provides students a policy of discipline, motivation and an opportunity to devote time to extra-curricular and various other development activities”

Ms. Dishi Chaudhary, B.Pharm V Sem

“MIET helped me in gaining experience at both social and professional levels. I love this place and respect those who are helping me developing professional personality”

Mr. Sandeep Bansal, B.Pharm V Sem

“MIET is providing me the required knowledge and skills which would help me in refining myself and making me eligible for this corporate world."

Ms. Aditi Giri , B.Pharm III Sem

“It's a place of knowledge & bliss. I feel special studying at MIET. I thank my professors for their constant encouragement and support. MIET has given me an astonishing platform for the overall growth and development. The campus has excellent infrastructure and is very beautiful with perfect blend of nature and student-friendly amenities”

Ms. Avnika Aggarwal , B.Pharm III Sem

“I am having a great time at MIET. I would like to express my gratitude and thanks to the faculty, members in pharmacy department, family and friends who are continuously proving the right knowledge and confidence in me.”

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