B. Pharmacy

The institute is duly approved by: Approved by All India Council for Technical Education, Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India, New Delhi. Approved by Pharmacy Council of India, Ministry of Health, Govt. Of India, New Delhi Recognized by Directorate of Technical Education, Govt. Of M.P., Bhopal Affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, Bhopal for Degree courses. SIRT-P was founded in 2004 to provide quality pharmacy education with the aim to improve and develop better health care. SIRT-P is committed to impart the best of technical knowledge by following the most updated curriculum and research methodologies approved by Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya (RGPV), Bhopal. Since from beginning, the SIRT-P institute continuously enriched with several notable development. The Institute campus encompasses the Institute building with a well-established library, establishment of animal house for experimental skill in physiology and pharmacology, Herbal garden, computer facilities to touch the new frontiers of communication. These can enlisted as few amongst so many.

With an objective to be in tune with changing time, several innovative changes have been put in by the institution. Modern infrastructural facilities have been provide to regard the organization as research institute in future to touch new horizons of success to bring laurels to the institution. This encouragement has resulted in an increase in the number of candidates registered in pharmacy each year. Apart from imbibing an academic excellence, the institute also takes pride to nurture the extra curricular activities in its students in various fields. Recognizing that pharmaceutical education is a continuous and cumulative process, our visions and objectives are: To expertise the students and to give them new insight and knowledge. Working together, we help to achieve increased confidence and enhanced capabilities. To train students by enhancing their knowledge and creativity to achieve the goal of excellence. About SIRT group Shri Agrawal Technical Education Socity was established and registered in 2002 under the M.P. Societies Registration Act (Reg.No.dated).

Programme Educational Objectives


• Manufacturing: The student shall prepare drug product as per patient requirement which based on therapeutic activity PEO1
• Higher Education: The student shall continuously strive to expand his or her knowledge to maintain professional competence and also have been selected for higher education to demonstrate skills in monitoring of the National Health Programmes and research and development.
• Quality Control: The student shell be able to perform the testing and validation of the manufactured dosage form and raw materials testing according to standard prescribed by Indian Pharmacopeia.
• Management and marketing skill: The students are expected to be familiar process of purchase, maintain inventory and distribution with proper documentation to economic, professional issues, social behavioral and clinical sciences.
• Pharmacy practices: The student shall read, write, speak, listen and use multimedia to communicate effectively with healthcare team and patients.
• To develop leadership qualities effectively as a member of the health care team. Organized to deliver the health and family welfare services in existing socio-economic, political and cultural environment.

Programme Outcomes


• Demonstrate knowledge of basic skills and techniques of drug manufacturing and development, drug design and Quality Assurance of Pharmaceutical products.
• Develop self-learning skills, problem solving, critical thinking abilities and the ability to retrieve, evaluate and manage information in the literature
• Be able to demonstrate the aptitude for higher learning students of Pharmacy and his/her research.
• Demonstrate knowledge of the basic and clinical science of Pharmacy practices.
• Implement the processes of compounding and dispensing medications by interpreting prescription orders and applying calculations.
• Be able to actively participate in the processes of planning, budgeting, fiscal management, assessing outcomes, coordinating campus and community relations.
• Be able to apply knowledge to discover new chemical entity for treatment of newer diseases and in patient care by influencing optimal drug choice and dosage through effective communication with health care providers and patients.
• Demonstrate knowledge of the medicines, rational use of herbal supplements fundamentals of phytotherapy and the hazards of poisonous and abused natural products.
• Be able to design and evaluate strategies in Pharmaceutical marketing, at National and International business and management.
• Display legal, moral, ethical attitudes and consistent behaviors with the standards of the profession.
• Demonstrate the ability of verbal communication and writing reports and to lead the team effectively.

Auditorium, Girls Hostel, Boys Hostel, Canteen, Animal House, Instrument Lab, Library, Machine Room, Medicinal Garden

VAC Activties

Computer Centre

Computer Centre

Computer Centre

Computer Centre

Computer Centre

Computer Centre

Student Achievements

 

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Got Chancellor Award

Name : Ritika Sahu

 

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Got Chancellor Award

Name : Priyanka Bohat

 

 

Got Chancellor Award

Name : Priyanshu Ganeshe

 

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Got CSR Award

S.No. Faculty Name Designation Specialization D.O.J. MobileNo. e-mail address Dept.
1 Dr. Surendra Jain DIRECTOR Pharm. Chem. 10-Aug-09 9425011781 prof.surendrajain@gmail.com UG
2 Dr. Narayan Singh Lodhi Prof. Pharm. Chem. 03-Jan-07 9407276526 ns.lodhi2@gmail.com UG
3 Dr. Ashish Acharya Prof. Pharm. Chem. 18-Sep-15 9425024469 prof.acharya1@gmail.com UG
4 Dr. Jyoti Shrivastava Asso. Prof. Pharm. Chem. 1-Apr-12 9584358258 jshrivastava20@gmail.com UG
5 Mr. Priyal Jain Asso. Prof. Pharm. Chem. 6-Jan-10 9993181881 pnpharma@gmail.com UG
6 Mr. Ramsaneh Raghuwanshi Asso. Prof. Pharm. Chem. 18-Sep-15 8959173224 ramsanehraghuwanshi@gmail.com UG
7 Mr. Ram Singh Bisnoi A.P. Pharm. Chem. 5-Sep-11 9770538363 bishnoiram7@gmail.com UG
8 Ms. Pallavi Kharpate A.P. Pharm. Chem. 1-May-17 7045426150 shashakharpate@yahoo.com UG
9 Dr. Neelima Goswami Asso. Prof. Pharmaceutics 20-2-2006 9926281117 maamyana@gmail.com UG
10 Ms. Durga Pandey Asso. Prof. Pharmaceutics 1-Aug-12 9425600400 durga.pandey9@gmail.com UG
11 Ms. Suchi Thakur A.P. Pharmaceutics 09-Jan-17 9179890393 shuchi2288mpharma@gmail.com UG
13 Mr. Raja Thakur A.P. Pharmaceutics 28-Jun-17 9575314430 rajsingh7022@gmail.com UG
13 Dr. Sita Sharan Patel Asso. Prof. Pharmacology 15-Mar-16 9736362138 sitasharan.ss@gmail.com UG
14 Ms. Misha Masood A.P. Pharmacology 02-Jan-17 8103314245 sarah.m1607@gmail.com UG
15 Ms. Sulakshna Pawar A.P. Pharmacology 02-Jan-17 9669556586 bhoomipawar@gmail.com UG
16 Dr. R B Goswami Prof. Pharmacognosy 1-Oct-11 9926281119 drrbgoswami@gmail.com UG
17 Mr.Reetesh Agrawal Asso. Prof. Pharmacognosy 28-Dec-16 9691747161 ragrawal20@gmail.com UG
18 Mr.Ankit Jain A.P. Pharmacognosy 1-May-17 9424469073 ankitjainpachmarhi@gmail.com UG