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Pharma Analysis

  • About the Department

    Welcome to the Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis Strives to enhance industry interaction with students and bridge the gap between academia and corporate world. The Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis has emerged as one of the premier science departments of Hindu College of Pharmacy consistently ranks amongst the Top 5 Colleges of Pharmacy affiliated under Acharya Nagarjuna University. The Department is uniquely blessed with a rich legacy, highly dedicated and inspiring faculty, talented researchers and helpful supporting staff, all working as a team to build an inspiring atmosphere for teaching, learning and practicing of Analytical Chemistry. The department is in possession of state-of-art instrumental facilities like UV-Vis Spectrophotometer, HPLC with PDA detector, FT-IR, Flame Photometer, Spectroflourimeter, Nephelo Turbidimeter, Karl Fisher Auto Titrator, Electrophoresis, Conductometer and high-end computational facility like servers and softwares. It’s a special place for those of us who work and study here. The department has published several papers in International Journals like JPBA, Journal of Liquid Chromatography, Journal of Chromatography B, Analytical chemistry, etc.  This department is responsible for imparting knowledge in the field of modern instrumental techniques for B.Pharm, Pharm.D and all branches of M.Pharm. We seek to provide them with an excellent education and countless opportunities for development; then we watch them go on to successful and meaningful careers - as pharmacists, scientists, professors, public health officials, policymakers and much more.

    About the Course & Objectives:

    Pharmaceutical Analysis is a branch of Science that involves a series of process for identification, determination, quantification and purification of a substance, separation of the components of a solution or mixture, structural elucidation of chemical compounds & quality of drug products. 

     This course will introduce areas such as method validation, handling raw materials and finished products, documentations, inspections that impact the development of pharmaceutical products. Throughout this course, critical cGMPs regulations, FDA guidances and ICH Quality guidelines will be discussed specifically emphasizing procedures to help individuals to maintain a high level of compliance that rounds the laboratory environment.  It also reviews several quality systems that support the analytical.

    •Our mission is to provide a first-class educational experience for students and to conduct pioneering research that advances the health of the public .Our work has regional and global impact. • Create a world-class environment and facility that optimizes learning, discovery, communication and collaboration.
  • • Adopt the best technologies and practices to enhance the breadth of our educational programs to focus on professional development, critical thinking, leadership & communication.
  • • Develop and disseminate novel approaches in research and teaching.
  • • Prepare outstanding students for an evolving profession and environment while meeting regional and national workforce needs.
  • Seminars and Workshops Conducted:

  • Academic Year Title of the Seminar 
    2013-14

    National Symposium & Workshop “Benefits & Applications of Multidimensional Techniques in the Pharmaceutical Arena – Focus on Current Research” 18th to 20th Oct, 2014.

    List of Publication from the Department

    Academic Year Name of the Faculty Journal Name Volume
    1.
    A.Phani kumar, V.R.L.Ganesh, D.V.Subbarao,  
     A. Suneetha     and  B.Syama Sundar
    Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis. Impact Factor: 2.63 46
    2.
    Sundar B.S, Suneetha A, Rajeswari NR and Prasanna VRL Indian Drugs 46

     

  • Details of Grants Received

    Academic Year Statutory Body Amount Received
    2012-13 AICTE under MODROBS Rs 7,50,000
    2015-16 Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education, Hyderabad  Rs. 40,000

    Equipment Available in the Department

  • S.No

    Instruments

    Make

    Available

    Working status

    Price (Rs)

    Invoice no

    1

    Double Beam UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

    Shimadzu
    1800

    01

    Yes

    4,00,000

      C-002213/   17.12.2012

    2

    Binary Gradient HPLC with PDA Detector

    Shimadzu SPD-20A-230V

    01

    Yes

    11,00,000

      317702070/          29.10.12

    3

    FTIR with ATR

    Brooker
    Alpha- T

    01

    Yes

    9,46,613

    IN73TG13/
    727300089
    15.11.12

    4

    Double Beam UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

    Elico
     SL 244

    01

    Yes

    2,90,221

    1584/
    27.12.10

    5

    Digital balance                     (0.01 g accuracy)

    Shimadzu BL220H

    02

    Yes

     

    15,000

    065/28.10.11&
          2.11.11

    6

    Flame photometer

    Systronics 128

    01

    Yes

    37,086

    31509/
    24.09.02

    7

    Conductometer

    Systronics 306

    01

    Yes

    16,650

    151030063/
    09.122010

    8

    Potentiometer

    Systronics 361

    01

    Yes

    15,600

    151030063/
    9.12.2010

    9

    Electrophoresis (H/V)

    Systronics 606

    01

    Yes

    19,698

    30.12.2010

    10

    Hot air oven

    Kemi
    KOS.3

    01

    Yes

    21,400

    352/2004
    10.02.2011

    11

    Muffel furnace

    Kemi

    01

    Yes

    32,000

    28.02.2011

    12

    Elictrical water bath

    Kemi KWB.210A

    01

    Yes

    6,090

    1045/
    16.02.2011

    13

    Ultra Sonicator

    Roop Telesonics
    TPC 25H

    01

    Yes

    32,000

    TPC-15/25/40
    3.4.14

    14

    Water Purifier

    Kent Grand+

    01

    Yes

    16,000

    KR120912479
    12-2-13

    15

    Double Beam UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

    Systronics 117

    01

    Yes

    1,40,000

    1263
    13.11.2013

    16

    Colorimeter

    Systronics
    115

    01

    Yes

    9,169

    7-8-2002

    17

    Nepheloturbiditymeter

    Systronics 132

    01

    Yes

    8,500

    30-8-2002

    18

    Karl- Fischer Auto Titrator

    Systronics 353

    01

    Yes

    17,500

    30-8-2002

    19

    Photoflurimeter

    Systronics 152

    01

    Yes

    26,800

    13-10-2002

    20

    HPLC

    Shimadzu

    01

    No

    5,20,000

    24-9-2009

    21

    Digital pH Meter

    Electronics India

    01

    Yes

    10,900

    30-8-2002

    22

    Dhona Balane

    Dhona
     200D

    01

    Yes

    8,200

    10-11-2003

    24

    Double Beam UV-Visible Spectrophotometer

    Systronics-117

    01

    Yes

    1,12,000

         13.08.2002

    Students Details

    Academic Year
    No. of Sanctioned Seats
    No. of Students Admitted
    No. of Students Passed
    2009 – 2010
    10
    10
    10
    2010 – 2011
    10
    10
    10
    2011 – 2012
    18
    18
    18
    2012 – 2013
    36
    06
    06
    2013 – 2014
    36
    03
    03
    2014 – 2015
    36
    29
    29
    2015 - 2016
    36
    29
    29
  • Dr. A. Suneetha
    M.Pharm, Ph.D
    Professor & HOD
    Dr. P. Nagaraju
    M.Pharm, Ph.D
    Professor
    Dr.K. Raj Kumar
    M.Pharm.,Ph. D
    Professor
    Mr.CH.Prasada Rao
    M.Pharm,(Ph.D)
    Asst. Professor
    Mrs.G.Indira Priyadarshini
    M.Pharm
    Asst. Professor
    Mrs.V.Mounika
    M.Pharm
    Asst. Professor
       
       
 
 
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EAMCET Code for B.Pharm, Pharma D : HICP

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