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Welcome to School of Pharmaceautical Science & Technology

Recognised by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI)

About the Department

Pharmacy is all about the study of medicine, looking at how the drugs are created, the blend of chemicals, their chemistry and interactions which is required for a qualified pharmacist to know. Students who are interested in medicine but do not want to become a doctor can choose Pharmacy as an excellent alternative. A pharmacist can easily help in taking pressure off the emergency services and contribute to saving lives in different ways. Moreover, unlike a doctor, a pharmacist has the advantage of regular hours. In this way, as aspirant can contribute to helping people medically and also have a more structured lifestyle than medicine or nursing can offer. JIS University being the hub of best pharmacy colleges in Kolkata provides high-quality education to the aspirants who dream to become successful in their life.

The School of Pharmaceutical Technology of JIS University started functioning in 2016 with Bachelor in Pharmacy, with prior approval from Pharmacy Council of India. Consequently, affiliation from AICTE was obtained for Pharmacy program. Currently we offer D. Pharm., B. Pharm., M. Pharm. (Pharmaceutics & Pharmacology), Bachelor of medical laboratory technology (BMLT), Bachelor of Physiotherapy and Ph.D. in Pharmacy; and certificate courses in Pharmacovigilance, Yoga and Naturopathy. The department is equipped with latest analytical instruments like Heidolph rotary evaporator, Multi station dissolution apparatus, Shimadzu UV spectrophotometer, Bruker FTIR, Agilent HPLC, Eppendorf deep freezer amongst a very few. We have immense research focus on recent drug delivery system, herbal drug development, process development techniques and drug analysis using modern spectrophotometric approach.

JIS University hosts some of the best B. Pharma colleges in Kolkata and D. Pharma colleges in Kolkata that provide world-class education with the help of highly qualified faculties. We inculcate the students with technical skills as well as subject-related information to ensure that they can easily find a job. We provide the students with the best infrastructure, well-equipped labs, sports ground and everything they need to step towards a beautiful career. In this modern world, we help the pharmacist to grow and find a suitable job for themselves. A well organised student mentoring system is constantly working for overall development of each student.

We have the best private pharmacy colleges in Kolkata that provide excellent opportunities to gain latest education and get placement in the top companies all over India and abroad. Students passing out from the JIS University can easily find suitable jobs as they are equipped with industry oriented skills that make them highly employable. After the completion of course, the students are helped by a dedicated University’s placement cell to get jobs in the top companies in India and abroad.


Key Features
  • Provides high class educational experience and industrial skills
  • Perfect blending of core and elective subjects
  • Equipped with modern laboratory facilities and smart class rooms
  • Strong network with the industry, regulatory authorities, hospitals and research organizations.
  • Outstanding and energetic faculty from renowned industry, Universities and research institute.
  • Students engagement in seminar, workshop, training and competition to foster their innovative ideas in pharmaceutical sciences
  • Well organised student-mentoring-system
  • Student attendance monitoring systems

Excellence in pharmaceutical education and development of the able leaders in pharmacy profession.

  • M1 - To be one of the most preferred destination for aspirants in the fields of pharmacy education, research and entrepreneurship.
  • M2 -To blend traditional methods with modern technology enabled practices in academic deliverable and meaningful research on medicine use and patient safety.
  • M3 - To inculcate the moral values like honesty, integrity, team work and self-respect along with the technical knowledge which will create a complete human being.
  • M4 - To develop a responsible citizen who will be an integral member of the health care provider of the society.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • PEO 1– Mentoring and training pharmacy students with strong fundamental concepts and high technical competence in pharmaceutical technology.
  • PEO 2– To provide the facilities for the development of trained human resource fit for various fields of pharmaceutical industry, community and hospital pharmacy, education and research.
  • PEO 3– To foster an environment for generating potential knowledge pools with inter personal and collaborative skills to identify and analyse the problems and execute the solution.
  • PEO 4– To provide health education program for contribution towards the health care system and to promote the public health.
  • PEO 5– Developing and conducting research to improve the safety and efficacy of the medication use system..
Program Outcome
  • PO1. Pharmacy Knowledge: The Pharmacy graduate possesses knowledge of the core information associated with the profession of Pharmacy including biomedical sciences; Pharmaceutical sciences; behavioural, social, administrative Pharmacy sciences and manufacturing practices.
  • PO2. Thinking Abilities: The Pharmacy graduate Utilize the principles of scientific inquiry, clear and critical analytical thinking while solving problems and making decisions during daily practice. He/ She shall find, analyze, evaluate and apply information systematically and shall make defensible decisions.
  • PO3. Planning Abilities: The Pharmacy graduate shall demonstrates effective planning abilities, time management, resource management, delegation skills and organizational skills. Develop and implement plans and organize work to meet deadlines at the work place.
  • PO4. Leadership skills: The Pharmacy graduate shall understand and consider the human reaction to change, motivation issues, leadership and team-building when planning at work place. The Pharmacy graduate shall develop and possess qualities that enable him to lead a team.
  • PO5. Professional Identity: The Pharmacy graduate shall understand, analyze and very well communicate the values of their professional roles in society through legal, moral, ethical attitude and consistent behaviour with the standards of Pharmacy profession considering historical, social, economic and political issues.
  • PO6. The Pharmacist and society: The Pharmacy graduate shall apply contextual knowledge to assess social, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional Pharmacy practice.
  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: The Pharmacy graduate shall understand the impact of the Pharmacy profession in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge as per the need, for sustainable development.
  • PO8. Ethics: The Pharmacy graduate shall honour personal values and apply ethical principles in professional work. Demonstrate such behaviour that recognizes our cultural and personal variability in values and take responsibility for the outcomes associated with the ethical decisions.
  • PO9. Communication: The Pharmacy graduate shall communicate effectively with the Pharmacy community as well as with society and being able to comprehend and write effective reports, make effective presentations and documentation, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO10. Modern Tool usage: The Pharmacy graduate shall learn, select, and apply appropriate technological advanced methods and procedures, resources, and modern Pharmacy-related IT tools with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO11. Life-long learning: The Pharmacy graduate shall recognize the need for life-long learning in the broadest term of technological change. The Pharmacy graduate shall do self-assessment and use feedback effectively from others to identify learning needs to satisfy these needs on an on-going basis.

Bachelor in Pharmacy (B.Pharm)

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility: Passed 10+2 Examination with Physics, Chemistry as compulsory subjects and Mathematics or Biology as 3rd subject. Obtained a minimum of 60%* marks.

Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharm)

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: Passed 10+2 Examination with Physics, Chemistry as compulsory subjects and Biology or Mathematics as 3rd subject.

M.Pharm in Pharmaceutics

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Pharm graduates with 60% marks are eligible to apply.

M.Pharm in Pharmacology

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Pharm graduates with 60% marks are eligible to apply.

M.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Pharm graduates with 60% marks are eligible to apply.

M.Pharm in Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance

Duration: 2 Years

Eligibility: B.Pharm graduates with 60% marks are eligible to apply.

PhD in Pharmaceutical Technology

Duration: 3-4 Years

Eligibility: M.Pharm.

Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Technology(BMLT)

Duration: 3 Years

Eligibility: Passed 10+2 Examination in the Science stream with a minimum aggregate score of 50%* (45% for SC/ST/OBC candidates) with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Biotechnology and Mathematics as the main subjects of study at the 10+2 level.


The Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, JIS University situated in calm, peaceful and pollution free environment best suited to academic pursuit. All basic amenities like drinking water, electricity, power back-up, and internet facilities have been provided to the students. The academic floors (presently 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th Floor) of Pharmacy department has the fully developed Infrastructure representing spacious lecture halls, tutorial rooms, administrative office, seminar hall, library, computer lab and other pharmaceutical laboratories.

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Museum: Museum of the Pharmacy department is facilitated with all kinds of educative Anatomical Models, Specimens, and Photographs etc. It also provides information about herbal drugs by housing Herbarium, Specimens, Photographs, and Samples etc.

The language and computer laboratories are well equipped with sufficient number of computers with the latest configuration.

Library: The Pharmacy department has an excellent Library and Information Centre, one of the central support services of the institution, which acts as a primary source for information seekers. The library has been carefully designed to maximize natural lighting to the users and provide a comfortable seating and reading environment. The library is well equipped with modem facilities and resources in the form of CD-ROMs online database, books, National & International journals. Our departmental library harbours more than 15 International and national journals. Over 2000 Volumes of book bearing more than 250 titles belongs to various core subjects of Pharmaceutical sciences.

Canteen: JIS University is having a tidy and hygienic canteen which is important for student's health. The canteen is having a spacious sitting place and decorated walls. It is a right place for refreshments and to relax the budding intellectuals.

Hostel Facilities: Separate hostel facilities for boys and girls are provided for the students.

Laboratory:The Department of Pharmaceutical Technology has well equipped laboratories of following subject categories:

  • Pharmaceutics Laboratories
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratories
  • Pharmacology Laboratories
  • Pharmacognosy Laboratories
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology and Biotechnology Laboratory

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Industry-Academia Outreach: JIS University has a strong Training and Placement cell to organize Industrial Training, Industrial Tours and Industrial Visits in addition to proper placement for the aspiring students at appropriate level of study. The department of Pharmaceutical Technology is also providing training facility for the students pursuing B. Pharm.

  • Training conducted by eminent Professionals
  • Soft Skill Enhancement Module
  • Industry Standard Knowledge imparted in classroom sessions
  • Dedicated days for Industrial visit to give an outline idea on different operational activities of Industry
  • Dedicated days for Industrial training as per curriculum to give hands on practical training in different specialized area of an Industry
  • Special Module focused to develop interview skills.

Achievements and Activities: The department of Pharmaceutical Technology regularly invites renowned guest speakers from industry and academia to boost the students regarding recent development in the core areas of research and development.

Departmental laboratories are equipped with the necessary instruments as well as several high end instruments and facilities required for carrying out day to day practical classes and research work.


UV Visible Spectrophotometer

It is used for the determination of impurities in organic molecules. It is useful in the structure elucidation of organic molecules, such as in detecting the presence or absence of un-saturation, the presence of hetero atoms. UV absorption spectroscopy can be used for the quantitative determination of compounds that absorb UV radiation. UV absorption spectroscopy can characterize those types of compounds which absorbs UV radiation thus used in qualitative determination of compounds. Identification is done by comparing the absorption spectrum with the spectra of known compounds. This technique is used to detect the presence or absence of functional group in the compound. Kinetics of reaction can also be studied using UV spectroscopy. Drugs (either raw or in formulations) can be assayed by making a suitable solution of the drug in a solvent and measuring the absorbance at specific wavelength. Molecular weights of compounds can be measured UV spectrophotometer may be used as a detector for HPLC.



FTIR is used to investigate proteins in hydrophobic membrane environments. It is useful in the structure elucidation of organic molecules. Typical studies include analysing tissue sections as an alternative to conventional histopathology and examining the homogeneity of pharmaceutical tablets. The speed of FTIR allows spectra to be obtained from compounds as they are separated by a gas chromatograph. Measuring the gas evolved as a material is heated allows qualitative identification of the species to complement the purely quantitative information provided by measuring the weight loss.



It is often used to increase the shelf life of products, such as vaccines and other injectable. By removing the water from the material and sealing the material in a vial. Freeze-drying is used to preserve food and make it very light weight. The freeze-drying process is used more commonly in the pharmaceutical industry. In chemical synthesis, products are often lyophilized to make them more stable, or easier to dissolve in water for subsequent use. In bio separations, freeze-drying can be used also as a late- stage purification procedure. Also it is capable of concentrating substances with low molecular weights that are too small to be removed by a filtration membrane. Freeze drying is also used for floral preservation and wedding bouquet preservation has become very popular with brides who want to preserve their wedding day flowers.


Single Station tablet punching machine

A single station tablet press is a simple mechanical machine that can be used to compress powder into tablets that are uniform in size, shape and weight. The machine is used for low-volume production of tablets for a wide range of applications from cosmetics and pharmaceuticals to cleaning products.


Tablet Coating Machine

It is used to coat the tablets which servers number of purposes. It gives an elegant look to the tablets. Mask unpleasant taste and odor of the tablets. Coating protects the tablet from stomach acids and protects the stomach lining from aggressive drugs such as enteric coated aspirin. It provides a delayed release of the medicaments.


Tray Dryer

It is used for the drying of pharmaceuticals, chemicals, powders, granules, plastic granules etc. Also used for drying of food and confectionery products.


Student's Organ Bath

Student Organ Bath is a chamber in which isolated organs or tissues can be administered with drugs, or stimulated electrically, in order to measure their function. It is used in pharmacology research, particularly when studying the contraction of smooth muscle in tissues such as ileum, colon, vas deferens, trachea, bladder, corpus cavernosum etc. For studying the effects of drugs on receptors in drug discovery and combinatorial chemistry, novel techniques such as high throughput screening, ultrahigh throughput screening and high content screening, pharmacogenomics, proteomics and array technology have largely superseded the use of organ baths.


Digital Actophotometer

Actophotometer is an apparatus used in pharmacological laboratory to measure the locomotor activity (horizontal activity) by photoelectric cells which are connected in circuit with a counter. When the beam of light falling on the photo cell is cut off by the animal, a count is recorded. An actophotometer could have either circular or square arena in which the animal moves. Both rats & mice may be used for testing in this equipment. The activity of CNS depressant or stimulant drugs can be measured by the help of this apparatus.


Cook’s Pole Climbing Apparatus

Cook’s pole climbing apparatus is one of the important apparatus in a pharmacology laboratory setup. This apparatus helps us to study the antipsychotic drugs. It has three types of indicator (Light, sound, ability of climbing on a pole) to identify the level of anti-psychotic effects of drugs.


Digital ECG Machine

ECG machine (electrocardiograph) is medical equipment or medical device which measures and records the electrical activity of the heart. ECG leads or electrodes are placed to the patient with the help of Conductive ECG Jelly. This apparatus is used in anatomy & physiology lab and as well as in pharmacology laboratory to detect the various heart waves to identify the underlying cardiac problems.

Pharmacy is the branch of science that links the health science with the chemical science, and it is well concerned with the discovery, development, production, and distribution of drugs. Pharmacists are the medication experts on the health care team, offering information and advice to help patients successfully manage their medication therapy with minimum side effects. Pharmacists have the knowl¬edge, skills and expertise to be trusted with a patient's health. Pharmacists are among the most accessible health care professionals.

  • Drug Inspectors, Analyst (Government Services)
  • Academicians (Teaching Profession)
  • Research & Development (Basic and Applied; in Pharmaceutical Industry)
  • Production, QA-QC, Regulatory Affairs (Pharmaceutical & Biotechnology Industry)
  • Sales and Marketing (in Pharmaceutical, Healthcare and allied sectors)
  • Knowledge Process Outsourcing (Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology R&D segment)
  • Clinical Research Organizations
  • Clinical Pharmacists (Industry/Hospital/Community)
  • Entrepreneurs (Wholesale and retail Pharmacy; Drug manufacturing Industry)
  • Pharmacovigilance and Clinical Data Analyst (Latest emerging area)
  • Members of the regulatory organizations like FDA, WHO, Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission
  • Drug Therapist
  • Drug Technician

The Department of Pharmaceutical Technology has started Ph.D. program in pharmacy to strengthen research activity. Our laboratories are modernized to make it ready for conducting research and projects. The department has applied different projects to the funding agencies so that vibrant research activities can be developed in the department. The department had more than 60 publications in different prestigious journals of repute to the credit of its faculty members.

Faculties of the Department of Pharmaceutical Technology are working on different research areas focusing on Drug design, Drug screen, toxicology, nanotechnology, Novel drug delivery systems, Molecular Pharmacology, herbal drug development, Phytochemical Analysis, etc.

Publications 2020:

  1. Bose, P., Chandra, S., Das, A., Roy, T., Mukherjee, L., 2020. Preparation & evaluation of IPN hydrogel by synthesized carboxy methyl derivative of gum karaya& locust bean gum, examination of sustained oral delivery potential of carvedilol in vivo. International journal of Biology, Pharmacy and allied sciences, 9 (9), 2382-2409.
  2. De P. K., Saha M., Das D., Maji H. S., 2020. Formulation and Characterization of Atorvastatin Pharmacosomes as an Alternative Approach to Conventional Vesicular System. International Research Journal of Pharmacy. 2020; 11(3): 45-49
  3. De, P. K., Ghatak, S., 2020. Formulation Optimization, Permeation Kinetic and Release Mechanism Study of In-Situ Nasal Gel Containing Ondansetron, Saudi J Med Pharm Sci., 6(1), 91-101. DOI: 10.36348/sjmps.2020.v06i01.014
  4. Ghosal, K., Ghosh, S., Ghosh, D. and Sarkar, K., 2020. Natural polysaccharide derived carbon dot based in situ facile green synthesis of silver nanoparticles: Synergistic effect on breast cancer. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 162, 1605-1615. JIF: 5.162
  5. Ghosh, S. and Chatterjee, K., 2020. Poly (Ethylene Glycol) Functionalized Graphene Oxide in Tissue Engineering: A Review on Recent Advances. International Journal of Nanomedicine, 15, 5991. JIF: 5.115
  6. Ghosh, S., Karati, D., Roy, T., Ravikumar, B., 2020. Spectrophotometric method Development and validation of Acotiamide in its bulk and Tablet Dosages Form. Research journal of pharmacy & technology, 13 (3), 1463-1466.
  7. Halder, A., Jethwa, M., Mukherjee, P., Ghosh, S., Das, S., HelalUddin, A.B.M., Mukherjee, A., Chatterji, U., Roy, P., 2020. Lactoferrin-tethered betulinic acid nanoparticles promote rapid delivery and cell death in triple negative breast and laryngeal cancer cells. Artificial Cells, Nanomedicine, and Biotechnology (Taylor & amp; Francis), 48 (1), 1362-1371. JIF 3.343.
  8. Jana, P., Ghosh, S. and Sarkar, K., 2020. Low molecular weight polyethyleneimine conjugated guar gum for targeted gene delivery to triple negative breast cancer. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 161, 1149-1160. JIF: 5.162
  9. Karan, S., Debnath, S., Kuotsu, K., Chatterjee. T., 2020. In-vitro and in-vivo evaluation of polymeric microsphere formulation for colon targeted delivery of 5- fluorouracil using biocompatible natural gum katira. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules.158, 922-936. DOI: 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.04.129
  10. Pargi, P., Purohit, B., Hadiyel, L., Roy, T., Mukhopadhyay, D., Ghosh, S., Paul, S., 2020. Metoprolol induced oral lichen planus in adult female patient- A case report. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 13 (9), 4274-4276.
  11. Ray, M., Indu, R., Bhattacharya, S., Adhikari, A., 2020. Protective Effect of Rhizophoramucronata Leaves on Hepatic Oxidative Stress, Serum Cytokines and Insulin Resistance in Type 2 Diabetic Rats. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 54(3) [Suppl], S562-S569.
  12. Saha, S., Ray, M., Maji, H.S., 2020. Perception of the Indians regarding the sudden outbreak of COVID-19: A Rapid Online Cross-sectional Survey. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, 11(5), 124-133. JIF 0.35.
  13. Saha, S., Ray, M., Paul, S., Basar, A., Dey, A., Maji, H.S., 2020. An Online Randomized Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) Study on Contraception. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, 11(5), 90-99. JIF 0.35
  14. Sarkar, P., Ghosh, S. and Sarkar, K., 2020. Folic acid based carbon dot functionalized stearic acid-g-polyethyleneimineamphiphilicnanomicelle: Targeted drug delivery and imaging for triple negative breast cancer. Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces, 197, 111382. JIF: 4.389


Publications 2019:

1. Ghosh, B., Bose, P., Mishra, N., Das, M., 2019. Development and evaluation of osmotically controlled delivery system of Aceclofenac for Pain management in Rheumatoid Arthritis. Drug Delivery Letters, 9(1), 29-36. JIF 2.5
2. Ghosh B, Giri TK, Bose P, Saha S, Sarkar A., 2019. Extraction of Levetiracetam for therapeutic drug monitoring by transdermal reverse iontophoresis. European Journal Pharmaceutical Sciences, 128(1), 54-60. JIF 3.616
3. Das A, Chandra S, Samanta J, Bose P, Roy T, Mukherjee L., 2019. Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Diabetes: An Association in Horizon. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 9(4), 796-799.
4. Chandra S, Das A, Roy T, Bose P, Mukherjee L, Samanta J, Banerjee R , Bakuli R, Jana M, Mukhopadhyay D., 2019. Evaluation of Methanolic Extract of Clitoria ternatea Hepatoprotective and Nephroprotective Activity in Rats. International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Phytopharmacological Research, 9(4), 450-457
5. Chatterjee A, Khanra R, Chakraborty P, Maji HS., 2019. Phytochemical investical and evaluation of in vitro antioxidant activity of the plant Cyperus tegetum Roxb. Asian J Pharm Clin Res, JIF 0.48        
6. Pintu Kumar De, Devlina Pal., 2019. Formulation and Evaluation of Intragastric Floating Microballons Containing Diclofenac Sodium. International Research Journal of Pharmacy, 3(10), 163-167
7. Santanu Ghosh, Krishanu Ghosal, Sk Arif Mohammad, Kishor Sarkar., 2019. Dendrimer functionalized carbon quantum dot for selective detection of breast cancer and gene therapy. Chemical Engineering Journal, 373, 468- 484. JIF 10.652         
8. German A. Islan, Suvadra Das, Maximiliano L.Cacicedo, Asim Halder, Asmita Mukherjee, María LujánCuestas, Partha Roy, Guillermo R.Castro, Arup Mukherjee., 2019. Silybin-conjugated gold nanoparticles for antimicrobial chemotherapy against Gram-negative bacteria. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 53, 101181. JIF 2.734
Publications 2018:

1. Paramita Paul, Soma Sengupta, Biswajit Mukherjee, Tapan K Shaw, Raghuvir H Gaonkar, Mita Chatterjee Debnath., 2018. Chitosan coated nanoparticles enhanced lung pharmacokinetic profile of voriconazole upon pulmonary delivery in mice. Nanomedicines, 13(5), 501–520. JIF 4.3
2. Mazumder K., Maji, H. S., Bala, N. N., 2018. Investigation of Pharmacognostical, Phytochemical and Pharmacological Activity of aerial roots of Ficus benghalensis Linn. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 10(11), 279-84
3. Dipika Mandal, Tapan Kumar Shaw, Goutam Dey, Murari Mohan Pal, Bisawjit Mukherjee, Amal Kumar Bandyopadhyay, Mahitosh Mandal., 2018. Preferential hepatic uptake of paclitaxel-loaded poly-(d-l-lactide-co-glycolide) nanoparticles-A possibility for hepatic drug targeting: Pharmacokinetics and biodistribution. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 112, 818–830, JIF 5.162
4. Ashmita Das, Susanta Paul, Sandip Kr. Pahari, Mayukh Jana., 2018. Glibenclamide microspheres:- an approach towards the cure of type-ii diabetes mellitus. Indian Research Journal of Pharmacy and Science, 5(1), 1338. JIF 0.412
5. Ghose B, Patel J, Bose P, Roy D., 2018. Crystallo-coagglomeration-a review. International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, 9(2), 24226-24230.
6. Anjan Adhikari, Dipesh Chakraborty, Rania Indu, Sangita Bhattacharya, Moumita Ray, Ramanuj Mukherjee., 2018. Drug prescription pattern of breast cancer patients in a tertiary care hospital in West Bengal: a cross-sectional and questionnaire-based study. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 11(3), 398-401, JIF 0.48
7. Anjan Adhikari, Moumita Ray, Tapas Kumar Sur, Ranendra Kumar Roy and Anup Kumar Das., 2018. Experimental evaluation of beneficial potential of Rhizophora mucronataLam. leaves in Cisplatin-induced nephrotoxic animal model. International Journal of Biomedical Research, 9(2), 88-92. JIF 0.765
8. Asim Halder, Suvadra Das, Durbadal Ojha, Debprasad Chattopadhyay, Arup Mukherjee., 2018. Highly monodispersed gold nanoparticles synthesis and inhibition of herpes simplex virus infections. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 89, 413-421. JIF 5.88
9. Asim Halder, Divanshu Shukla, Suvadra Das, Partha Roy, Arup Mukherjee, Bhaskar Saha., 2018. Lactoferrin-modified Betulinic Acid-loaded PLGA nanoparticles are strong anti-leishmanials. Cytokine, 110, 412-415. JIF 3.078
10. Suvadra Das, Asim Halder, Saptarshi Mandal, Mohammad Abu Jafar Mazumder, Tanmoy Bera, Arup Mukherjee, Partha Roy., 2018. Andrographolide engineered gold nanoparticle to overcome drug resistant visceral leishmaniasis. Artificial Cells, Nanomedicine, and Biotechnology, 46, 751-762. JIF 4.462
11. Sumanta Kumar Ghosh, Aatrayee Das, Aalok Basu, Asim Halder, Suvadra Das, Sreyasree Basu, Md. Farooque Abdullah, Arup Mukherjee, Sonia Kundu., 2018. Semi-interpenetrating hydrogels from carboxymethyl guar gum and gelatin for ciprofloxacin sustained release. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 120, 1823-1833. JIF 5.162
12. Asim Halder, Pritha Mukherjee, Subarna Ghosh, Saptarshi Mandal, Urmi Chatterji, Arup Mukherjee., 2018. Smart PLGA nanoparticles loaded with Quercetin: Cellular uptake and in-virto anticancer study. Materials Today: Proceedings, 5(3), 9698-9705.
13. Suvadra Das, Asim Halder, Partha Roy, Arup Mukherjee., 2018. Biogenic gold nanoparticles against Wild and Resistant type visceral leishmaniasis. Materials Today: Proceedings, 5(1), 2912-2920.

Our Faculty Members

Pintu Kumar De


Dr. Kamalakanta Ray


Dr. Arindam Maity

Associate Professor

Dr. Tapan Kumar Shaw

Associate Professor

Mr. Gourav Samajdar

Assistant Professor

Mr. Shounak Sarkhel

Assistant Professor

Ms. Devlina Pal

Assistant Professor

Sk. Abdul Amin

Assistant Professor

Ms. Sarmistha Pal

Assistant Professor

Dr. Santanu Ghosh

Assistant Professor

Dr. Moumita Ray

Assistant Professor

Ms. Anannya Bose

Assistant Professor

Dr. Ritu Khanra

Assistant Professor

Ms. Ankita Acharya

Assistant Professor

Dr. Payal Chakraborty

Assistant Professor

Dr. Debjani Sarkar

Assistant Professor

Mr. Viktor Roychowdhury

Assistant Professor

Ms. Preeta Bose

Assistant Professor

Mr. Sakshar Saha

Assistant Professor

Mr. Shubham Pal

Assistant Professor

Ms. Anuva Samanta

Assistant Professor
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