B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy

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B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy

 

B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy (B. S. A. I. P.) came into existence in the year 2003, under the aegis of B. S. Anangpuria Charitable Trust founded by a well-known philanthropist Sh. O.P. Gupta for imparting education at degree and diploma level in the field of Pharmaceutical Sciences.

The first batch of B. Pharmacy started from the year 2003 and subsequently from 2004; D. Pharm course affiliated to Board of Technical Education Haryana was introduced.

This institute is first of its kind in the District Faridabad and caters to the urban and adjoining rural belt of this region. The institution has grown over the years with sound infrastructure and state of art facilities for providing modern education and research in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

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Keeping in view the current requirements and needs, the M.Pharm course in the disciplines of Pharmaceutics and Pharmacognosy was started from the year 2011.

The institute is affiliated to Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak for B. Pharm and M. Pharm courses and are recognized by All India Council for Technical Education, Pharmacy Council of India & Govt. of Haryana.

B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy has made its own place and a specific brand name over the years. It is one of the reputed institutions in Pharmacy, on the basis of various performance indicators which are quite impressive and attract students from all over the country.

B. S. ANANGPURIA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY

(B. S. A. I. P.)
ESTD. 2003

APPROVALS:

  • All India Council for Technical Education, Haryana
  • Pharmacy Council of India
  • Government of Haryana

 

AFFILIATIONS:

  • Pt. B. D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, Haryana
  • State Board of Technical Education, Haryana

BACHELOR OF PHARMACY (B. PHARM)

A candidate must have passed senior secondary examination (10+2) from Board of School Education Haryana/ CBSE, Delhi or an examination recognized as equivalent thereto with at least 45% marks (40% in case of SC/ST/BC/SBC) in Physics, Chemistry and Biology/ Mathematics/ Computer Science/ Biotechnology taken together and must have passed all the subjects individually.

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DIPLOMA IN PHARMACY (D. PHARM.)

A Candidate must have passed any of the following examinations with Physics, Chemistry & Biology/ Mathematics with at least 35% marks (Subject to change by the state Govt. decision): Intermediate examination in Science, 10+2 examination (Science academic stream)/ 1st year of the three-year degree examination in Science/ Pre-degree examination/12 years Higher Secondary Education Board Exam (Science academic stream with Physics, Chemistry & Biology) of Higher Secondary Education Board, Nepal/ any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examinations [OR as may be amended by the competent authority].

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MASTER OF PHARMACY (M. PHARM)

A Candidate must have passed Bachelor of Pharmacy Examination with 55% of marks (50% in case of SC/ST and OBC candidates) from Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak or any other examination recognized as equivalent thereto by Pt. B. D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak [OR as may be amended by the competent authority].

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Healthcare is one of the most vital functions in the society and hence the development, manufacturing & distribution of medicines play an important role in it.

Pharmacy is the art & Science of preparing and dispensing medications and the provision of drug-related information to the public. Pharmacists are educated & trained personnel in the field who make and dispense drugs and provide valuable drug information as a member of health care team.

Scientific advances in medicine have been a blessing since all the treatments & methods for prevention of diseases are now widely available. The daily discovery of more & more new drugs & drug treatment options has created bigger demands for Pharmacists, who can eventually work together with Physicians & other healthcare practitioners on the proper use of new drugs and formulations and have emerged out to be the global leaders. The new role in slowly emerging out in the Indian scenario and will open the floodgates of many new opportunities in near future.

India has a vast & growing Pharmaceutical industry and with the implementation of the WTO proposals on intellectual property rights, Indian companies will have to increase their focus on, Research & Development of new medicines. Indian companies have also started exporting bulk drugs & Pharmaceuticals to both developed and developing nations.

On the other hand, Indian Population is ever increasing & is still laggard in the field of health care with basic health care not readily available to all. All these factors indicate that Indian health care industry has a long way to go and Pharmacists have to play a vital role in it. In the coming years, there will be increasing demand for qualified Pharmacists in all sectors related to industry & health care like research & development, manufacturing pharmacy, marketing management & Hospital & community pharmacy.


THE NUMEROUS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE IN PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES ARE AS UNDER:

Industrial Pharmacy

Working for Pharmaceutical companies can be highly rewarding and professionally satisfying. Various opportunities for employment in the industry could be as follows.


Pharmaceutical Marketing

Multinational & indigenous drug companies employ Pharmaceutical graduates for promoting their products. Success in this career depends upon personality, communication skills; relationship with Doctors and other health care team members. Many pharmacy graduates opt for this career path in accordance with their needs and skills.


Pharmaceutical Manufacturing 

Pharm. graduates are employed in Pharmaceutical production of tablets/capsules, liquid orals, ointments, and suppositories or in the production of injections and eye drops. After an apprenticeship period of 18 months, they are approved as manufacturing chemists as per the Drugs and Cosmetics act 1945.


Quality Assurance/Quality Control

The drugs are required to be safe, effective and of good quality. The quality of the drug is built in by Current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP). Finished dosage forms are analyzed according to Pharmacopoeial or other procedures to ensure that they confirm to established quality standards. This is an upcoming area and large scale Pharmaceutical industries have separate Quality Assurance Departments which are responsible for total quality control. This is an interesting and a good opportunity for pharmacy graduates & post graduates.


Research & Development

Discovering of new drugs, new dosage forms, new procedures for manufacturing, discovering new chemical utilities, finding new usage for existing drugs or developing new analytical methodology are some of the activities, performed by the Research and Development department. M. Pharm., or Ph.D.’s are employed for this purpose.


Hospital & Community Pharmacy

This is the career opportunity for most D. Pharm. and B. Pharm. Graduates

  • Hospital Pharmacy
    In the hospital environment, the pharmacist is involved in providing drugs for out-door patients and for the supply of drugs to in-patients in wards. Interaction with patients, nurses, and doctors is often necessary to give drug related information on its proper use, dosage, interactions, contraindications and side effects. Economic purchase of drugs and proper storage is a vital component of a hospital pharmacist’s job.
  • Retail Pharmacy 
    Provision of Pharmacy services at retail counters is the professional service of a pharmacist. The pharmacist is involved in purchasing, storing and proper dispensing of medicines in the community/retail pharmacy.
  • Opportunities in the Government sector
    Central and state governments employ pharmacists as drug inspector for licensing and control of sales premises as well as approval and licensing of manufacturing premises. Continuous monitoring of sale and manufacturing premises is done by drug inspectors. Drugs analysts are also employed by the government in various laboratories to perform analysis of drug samples. There are other various opportunities like Defence services, Air force, Railways & other organizations where Pharmacists are employed.

Teaching/Academics 

With the continuous expansion of Pharmacy education, there is an increasing need for qualified teachers. The teachers are required for Diploma institutions in Pharmacy as well as for institutions providing B. Pharm and M. Pharm. courses. B.Pharm with 3 years experience is eligible to be an Asstt. Prof. in a polytechnic/Diploma institutions, while as M.Pharm is the minimum qualification for the post of Asstt. Prof. in Degree institutions.


Higher Studies Abroad

Increasingly large number of B. Pharm. and M. Pharm. graduates proceed to USA, Canada and European countries for further education. Many students obtain research/ teaching assistant-ship to partially pay for foreign education by passing GRE/TOEFL and other examinations.


Self Employment or Business 

Graduates in Pharmacy with entrepreneurial skill can start manufacturing units as well as testing laboratories. Some pharmacists can become consultants and provide expertise for the setting of new pharmaceutical units and solving of formulation and other problems.


Pharmaceutical Journalism

Pharmacy graduates with excellent communications skills have started magazines, journals, and newspapers providing information about developments in the field of Pharmacy and medicine.


Regulatory Authorities

The pharmacists can take up jobs in the regulatory affairs department of various medium and large scale pharmaceutical industries. Currently, this is a newly emerging field with many opportunities.


Clinical Research 

The Pharmacists can be a member of the clinical research team in hospitals and other institutions. There is vast growth in this sector due to the emergence of CRO’s and MNC’s in our country.


Opportunities in allied Careers after B. Pharm. 

Pharm graduates can opt for newer opportunities in allied fields using B. Pharm as a basic degree.

  • Pharm + M.Tech/M.Sc. in Biotechnology.
  • Pharm + MBA in Pharmaceutical marketing or other fields.
  • . B.Pharm + LLB/LLM. To enter into new fields of Intellectual Property rights and eventually Patent attorneys for which there is going to be a great demand in future.

INFRASTRUCTURE

  • Twenty-five well-furnished and modern labs with minor and major equipment.
  • A well-equipped machine room with modern facilities and equipment.
  • Air conditioned Seminar hall with seating capacity of 150 with modern state of art facilities.
  • Air conditioned Lecture halls for teaching.
  • Air-conditioned and furnished cabins for faculty members.
  • Central instrumental Facility, with state of art facilities and sophisticated equipment, including Agilent HPLC, Agilent UV spectrophotometer, stability chamber, Motic advanced microscope, Brookfield viscometer, Eight Basket Dissolution apparatus and 10 stations Rotary tablet machine.
  • Well- furnished library with more than 7600 books and 45 journals, including online journals.
  • Computer terminals with the latest configuration, connected with uninterrupted round the clock internet facility of 1.0 GB with LAN facility.
  • Central facilities for sports, cultural and professional activities.
  • Animal house as per CPCSEA guidelines and well maintained Herbal garden.
  • A fleet of more than 40 buses owned by the institution to transport students and staff to various parts of Delhi, Faridabad, Gurgaon, Sohna, Palwal and Hodal and adjoining areas.
  • Separate boys and girls hostel facilities.

HUMAN RESOURCE AND STUDENTS

  • Thirty-one well-qualified teachers as per norms and regulations
  • Adequate and qualified nonteaching and technical staff.
  • Separate training and placement cell.
  • Performance-based appraisal system for staff.
  • 90-100% admissions in all the pharmacy courses over the years.
  • Student results above 90% with about 10% of them amongst the university rank holders, consistently over the years.
  • Provision of regular guest lectures and seminars from Pharma industry and Academia.

LIBRARY

  • B. S. Anangpuria Institute of Pharmacy has a well-furnished and capacious library with an excellent ambiance for a reading environment. There is a total of 7718 books and 1240 titles which cater to the needs of disciplines of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, and Pharmacognosy for undergraduate courses of B.Pharmacy and D.Pharmacy & Postgraduate courses in Pharmaceutics & Pharmacognosy.
  • The Library subscribes to 13 National & 3 International journals besides 7 professional Magazines and 5 daily newspapers. In order to provide the basic resource material to students, book bank facility is provided to every student and a set of relevant books are issued for a period of one year at the beginning of each academic session.

Faculty Publications

Yadav SK, Deepika, Khar RK, Mohd. M, Ansari SH. Terminalia Cebula Fruit Extract Mediated Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles and Their Antimicrobial Effect. The Global Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 2013: 2(1).

Khar RK, Chaudhary V. Application of contemporary concept of QbD, DoE and FbD for drug development. The Pharma Review. 2012.

Kumar S. Pathak DP. Synthesis, Characterization and Evaluation for Anticonvulsant Activity Of Acetylnaphthalene and Substituted Acetylenaphthalene Derivative Of Heterocyclic Compounds. The Pharma Innovation. 2012;1(11).

Madaan S, Gupta AK, Sardana V. Improvement in Taste and Solubility of Atenolol by Solid Dispersion System. in The Pharma Innovation. 2012; 1(8).

Dhir S, Sharma M, Mahajan A, Rawal S, Pathak DP, Mahajan N, A rapid densitometric method for the quantification of apigenin -7-glucoside in Euphorbia prostrata herb using HPTLC. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 2012;5(2).

Yadav SK, Deepika, Herbs Used in the Management of Obesity. Int. J of Institutional Pharmacy and Life Sciences. 2011; 1(1).

Rajput Anil, Singhmura S. Vitiligo. The Clinical Research Plus. 2012; 3(1): 56.

Parkash V. Jogpal V. Maan S., Sharma V. Deepika, Yadav SK. A Review on Gastroretentive Drug Delivery System, Int. J. of Pharm. & Life Sci. (IJPLS), 2011; 2 (5); 773-781.

Parkash V. Maan S. Deepika, Yadav SK. Hemlata, Jogpal V. Fast Disintegrating Tablets: Opportunity in Drug Delivery System. J Adv Pharm Tech & Res. 2011; 2 (4): 223-235.

Singhmura S. Treatment Approaches of Tumor Angiogenesis; A Review. The Clinical Research Plus. 2011;50.

Yadav SK, Deepika, Jalalpure SS. Phytochemical Screening of various extracts of stem bark of Bahunia racemosa. Int. J of Pharma. Research & Development. 2010; 2(5): 4.

Dey S, Singhmura S, Ghosh AK. Overview on Renal Cell Carcinoma. Int. J of Pharm. & Biosci.2010;1(3).

Deepika, Yadav SK, Jain A. Osteoporosis: An Overview. Int. J. of Pharmacy and Life Sci. 2010; 1(2): 61-76.