LAB NAME LAB INCHARGE LAB PLACE LAB Description
Pharmaceutics Lab-I

Mr.Sanjeev Chauhan

Ground floor
Facors affecting rate of filtration/Drying/evaporation. To check the stability of Emulsion/Suspension, Measurement of flow of fluid, Measurement of humidity, Dew point, Percentage Relative humidity, Wet/Dry Bulb Temperatures. Solubility Curve & Crystallization Behaviour. Determination of Surface Tension by Drop weight method, Drop number method, Capillary rise method / Differential capillary height method, Determination of the interfacial tension, Determination of the critical micelle concentration. Solubilization of salicylic acid in non-ionic surfactant (tween 80), Preparation and stability of colloids.
Pharmaceutics Lab-II

Mr. Debaprasad Ghosh

Ground floor
Formulation and evaluation of a Baby Powder, Toothpaste, Effervescent Tablets, Suspensions, Creams, Gels, Floating beads, Buccal Gel, Albumin Microspheres, Sustained Release Matrix Tablets, Conventional TabletS, Mucoadhesive Tablets, Floating DDS- hydro dynamically balanced DDS. Preparation of following classes of Pharmaceutical dosage forms: Aromatic waters, Mixtures, Syrups, Powders. Study of the role of Pharmaceutical additives in formulations: Colouring agent, Sweetening agents, Cosolvents, Preservatives, Surfactant.
Machine Room

Mr. Anuj Pathak

Ground floor
Tablet Compression Machine, Coating Pan, Fluidised Beddryer, Roller Compactor, Extruder Spheronizer, Hydraulic Bench, Reynolds Apparatus, Pitot Tube, Venturimeter, Orificemeter, Bernoulli’s equipment, Tray dryer, Hot Air Oven.
Pharmachemistry Lab-I

Mr. Abhay Bhardwaj

First Floor
Synthesis of New Chemical Entities(NCEs)List of Practicals: To study the various methods of purification of organic compounds. Identification of elements in given sample. Identification of functional groups in given sample. Purification of solvents like benzene, chloroform, Acetone, Absolute Alkohal, Picric acid ,Aniline ,Acetanilide, Aspirin and calculate its percentage yield. Assay of aspirin, Hippuric acid and calculate its percentage yield, P-Bromo acetanilide and calculate its percentage yield, Lodoform and calculate its percentage yield, To prepare and submit Oxalic Acid and calculate its percentage yield.List of Equipments:Melting Point apparatus Heating mental,Electronic balance, Distillation assembly,Reflux assembly, Fuming Cupboard
Pharmachemistry Lab-II

Mr. Shadab Ahmad Siddiqui

First Floor
Knowledge of synthesis, identification, Pharmacopoeial evaluation and mechanism of action of the most important active Pharmaceutical ingredients. Chemical Characterization of the most groups of organic compounds, It also includes the purification, analysis and assay of organic molecules. Students can learn about the synthesis of new molecules or drugs. they can also learn the chemical tests of the Organic molecules. The main emphasis on evaluation of drugs or organic subtances on Pharmacopoeial parameters.
Pharmacognosy Lab

Mr. Daksh Bhatia

First Floor
Life Science Experiments, Identification and Characterisation of plant and plant products, Preparation & Evaluations of plant products, Stability of Plant products Animal products, Mineral products
Pharmacognosy Lab

Ms. Deepti Katiyar

First Floor
Pharmacognosy is the study of the drugs and medicines developed from natural origin, which is from plants, animals and minerals. This Lab consists of about 150 organized as well as unorganized crude drugs. The lab provides established guidelines to the students regarding natural source of drugs and phytochemical screening through various instruments like binocular microscope, TLC apparatus, Clavenger apparatus, soxhlet extractor, microtome, projection microscope, microscopic digital visualize, muffle furnace, oven, rotary film evaporator etc. The laboratory is designed for physical, chemical and biological study of drugs of natural origin. A medicinal plant garden in the campus is available to cater the need of pharmacognosy lab. The medicinal plants are tagged with their biological nomenclature and categories used in chemotaxonomy. Few of our in-house made innovative machines are also available with this lab like automatic TLC coater, Cyclographic TLC etc. The research investigations carried out in this laboratory include Extraction & Isolation of Phytoconstituents, Standardization of Herbal Drugs, Formulation of Herbal Products, Phytochemical analysis, Chromatographic Profile development, Quality Control of marketed formulations, Stability studies of herbal formulations. The experiments performed in Pharmacognosy lab involve extraction of crude drugs using various techniques e.g. maceration, percolation, decoction, hot continuous extraction (Soxhlet) etc., isolation of Phytoconstituents e.g. caffeine from Tea, nicotine from Tobacco, quinine for Cinchona etc., isolation of volatile oils e.g. Eucalyptus oil, Fennel oil, Cumin oil etc. using Clavenger’s Apparatus, development of monograph of crude drugs by studying various parameters e.g. Organoleptic properties, Morphology, Microscopy, Ash Value, Extractive Value, Crude Fibres, Moisture Content, Swelling Index, Foaming Index etc., Evaluation of Marketed Ayurvedic Formulations e.g. Bhasmas, Churnas, Chavanprash, Asavas, Arishtas, Gutikas etc., Preparation and evaluation of Herbal Formulations e.g. Chavanprash, Inhaler, Balms, Cough syrups, Anti-diabetic suspensions etc., Study of some chromatographic techniques e.g. Thin Layer Chromatography, Column Chromatography., Microscopical (transverse section and powder microscopy) study of crude drugs e.g. Clove, Fennel, Cinnamon, Cinchona, Kurchi, Digitalis, Senna etc., Morphological study (colour, odour, taste, shape, fracture etc.) of crude drugs, Preliminary phytochemical screening to identify the major category of phytoconstituents e.g. alkaloids, glycosides, tannins, resins, volatile oils, carbohydrates etc. present in crude drugs, Measurement of microscopical characteristics e.g. starch grains, trichomes, calcium oxalate crystals etc. of crude drugs, Determination of Leaf constants e.g. stomatal number, stomatal index, veinislet nember, veinlet termination number etc., Preparation of different callus cultures using various parts of plants and so on.
Research Pharmachemistry Research Lab

Dr. Puspendra Kumar

Second Floor
Research topic: Docking and Molecular simulations Analytical method development & validation by HPLC , UV Phytochemical extraction, Optimization and Isolation of Natural products.Calibration of pipette, burette and volumetric flask; Acid-base titrations, Non-aqueous Titrations, Assay of various drugs by different analytical method, Gravimetric methods of analysis, Precipitation titration, Mohr’s method, Volhard’s method, Fajan’s Method, Complexometric titration, Determination of hardness of water, Paper chromatography, Thin layer Chromatography, Column Chromatography, Preparative TLC, Isolation of natural phytocontituents by chromatographic methods, Karl fischer titration, Redox titration.
Pharmachemistry Lab-III

Mr. Sheikh Murtuja

Second Floor
To perform limit test for Iron, Chloride, Sulphate, Arsenic. Analysis of the cations and anions present in the given salts. preparation of Pharmaceuticals like Zinc salphate, Alum, Calcium Carbonat. Determination of partition coefficient, Viscosety, Surface fention. Study of reaction rate kenetics. Determination of refractive index, Optical Rotation.
Microbiology Lab

Ms.Vandana Handa

Second Floor
Identification of various Micro-organisms. Aseptic preprations, Sterilization of various products, Incubation, Innoculations
Central Instrumentation Facility Lab

Dr. K. Nagarajan

Second Floor
List of instruments:Centrifuge Remi,Colorimeter Digital, U.V Spectrophotometer, U.V Spectrophotometer, Nephloturbidimeter, Gel Electrophoresis, Deep freezer, Paper Electrophoresis, Lyophilizer Micro centrifuge, Digital balance (1mg), HPLC,Brookfield Viscometer, Brookfield Rheometer, Cooling centrifuge (Remi) Digital balance (0.1mg), Melting point apparatus (digital), FTIR, Conductivity meter, Magnetic stirrer pH meter, Photofluorimeter, Biochemistry analyzer, Vaccuum oven, Polarimeter
Pharmacology Research Lab

Dr. Mandeep Arora

Third Floor
Evaluation of antiulcer activity by pylorus ligation method Oral glucose tolerance test. Estimation of proteins by Branford/Lowry’s in biological samples. Acute oral toxicity studies as per OECD guidelines. Protocol design for clinical trial. Design of ADR monitoring protocol. To study the effects of various drugs on isolated heart preparations. Recording of rat BP(NIBP instrument), heart rate and ECG.NIBP (Ad instruments) Transducer (Ad instruments), Auto analyzer, Rota evaporator, Temperature controlled centrifuge Micro centrifuge, Research Area: Cardio-vascular Pharmacology, Neuro-pharmacology Hepatotoxicity, Design and development of novel peptide Ethanopharmacology/ List of Projects:Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of peptides as potent anti-malarial agents. Effect of Amla (Emblica Officinalis) Against Doxorubicin-Induced Cardiotoxicity and Nephrotoxicity in Rats. Evaluation of combination therapy of Mucuna prurines linn. and Butea monosperma with lycopene on Alzheimer disease. Anti-urolithiatic effects of macrotyloma unniforum seed extract and isolated compound Design and development of fullerene based peptide scaffolds as potent anti-tubercular agents. Design and development of novel peptide scaffolds as potent cardio protective agent. Effect of Forskolin in hyperhomocysteinemia induced vascular endothelial dysfunction In-vivo Hepatoprotective and Antioxidant Effect of Eriobotrya Japonica (Leaves) in Isoniazid And Rifampin Induced Hepatotoxicity Design and development of shorter chain fullerene based peptide scaffolds as hepatoprotective agents. Effect of Policosanol in High Fat Diet Induced Dyslipidemia and Hepatotoxicity in Wistar Rat
Pharmacology Lab

Dr. Roma Ghai

Third Floor
To record the dose response curve (DRC) of agonist using suitable isolated tissue preparation. To study the effects of antagonist/potentiating agents on DRC of agonist using suitable isolated tissue preparation. To understand the concept of Bioassay. To determine the strength of unknown sample by interpolation bioassay by using suitable tissue preparation. To determine the strength of unknown sample by 3- point bioassay by using suitable tissue preparation. To estimate the unknown concentration of given sample of acetylcholine by 4 -point bioassay method using isolated tissue preparation . Estimation of PA2 values of various antagonists using suitable isolated tissue preparations. To understand and perform functional observation tests for analgesic, anxiolytic and muscle relaxant activity. Evaluation of CNS depressant and CNS stimulant activity. Evaluation of anticonvulsant activity . Instruments:Temperature controlled centrifuge, Micro centrifuge, Hot plate , Rota rod apparatus, Pole climbing apparatus, Elevated plus maze, Actophotometer, Analgesiometer, Animal simulation software, platform balance.
Anatomy Physiology & Pathophysiology

Mr. Praveen K. Dixit

Third Floor
List of Experiments:To study various permanent slides of tissues with the help of compound microscope. To record body temperature, pulse rate, blood pressure. To estimate Hemoglobin in blood sample by Sahli’s method. To determine Bleeding Time (BT) and Clotting Time(CT) of human blood sample. To determine Total Erythrocyte Count in blood sample. To determine Total Leukocyte Count (TLC) in blood sample. To prepare blood smear from peripheral blood sample. To estimate Differential Leukocyte Count (DLC). To determine various blood groups. To determine Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR). Determination of osmotic fragility of Red Blood Cells. To determine specific gravity of blood by Philips and Vanslyke’s CuSO4 method.To study examination of color vision . To study examination of ear. Identification of different tastes. To study various permanent slides of tissues with the help of compound microscope. To record body temperature, pulse rate, blood pressure.Instruments/Teaching AID: Eye test kit.Ear test forks/ABD Kit/Compound Microscope/Spirometer/ECG machine/Organ models/Charts/Permanent slides/Stethoscope/Sphygmomanometer
Biotechnology Lab

Mr. Deba Prasad Ghosh

Third Floor
Biogenesis, Genes, Fermentation, Demonstration of vaccine, Sera etc. Demonstration of Gene therapy, Genetics etc. Biochemical Analysis
Pharmaceutics Research Lab

Dr. Ashu Mittal

Fourth Floor
R & D lab (Pharmaceutics) is actively involved in research encompassing Development of conventional pharmaceutical formulations, Novel drug delivery systems such as sustained release tablets, fast dissolving tablet, mouth dissolving films, mucoadhesive buccal films, transdermal patches, bi-layer tablet, microsphers, ethosomal gel, transmucosal gel, Freeze dried products etc . Lab is equipped with sophisticated instruments such as Brookfield viscometer, Lyophilizers, probe sonicators, Rotatory evaporator, stability chambers, etc,.Formulation and Evaluation of Herbal Buccoadhesive tablet for the treatment of Canker Sores. Preparation and Evaluation of Fast Dissolving oral films Development and Evaluation of Radiation Decontamination Topical Gel Preparation and Evaluation of Fast Dissolving Films of Buspirone Hcl Formulation and Evaluation of Fast dissolving film of Anti-Hypertensive agents HPLC-MS method for estimation of Lopinavir & Ritonavir in Human plasma using Fluxetine as internal standard. Development of Mucoadhesive buccal patch containing anti-hypertensive drug and its evaluation Formulation and Evaluation of oral solid dosage form of BCS class III drug in combination with β-Lactamase inhibitor Formulation and evaluation of antibiotic tablet with improved bioavailability. Developemnt and Evaluation of nanocrystals of NSAID for aral and Topical delivery Preparation and Evaluation of Nanosuspension for enhancing the dissolution of poorly soluble drug Formulation and Evaluation of matrix type transdermal patch of anti-hypertensive drug Preparation and Evaluation of Radioactive decontamination topical gel formulation Development and evaluation of self usable decontamination formulation for radiological threats Formulation and Development of delayed release tablet of proton pump inhibitor Proniosomes as a drug carrier for transdermal delivery of candesartan cilexetil Formulation and EVALUATION OF Floating tablet of Alendronate
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