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Pharmacology Lab

The Pharmacology laboratory is well equipped with sophisticated equipments like student�s organ bath assembly with Sherrington's rotating drum to carry out in-vitro experiments on isolated tissues and Rotarod apparatus, Analgesiometer, Actophotometer, Lucas moist chamber, Pole climbing apparatus, Convulsiometer, Plethysmograph, student stimulator for in-vivo experiments on intact animals. The laboratory is specifically designed to carry out experiments on animal models like analgesic, anti-histaminic, antipyretic, anti-hepatotoxic, anti-ulcer, anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant, antidepressant, anxiolytic, nootropic activities of known and new drugs of synthetic and herbal origin.
The college has an attached separate animal house approved by CPCSEA providing housing facilities which is well ventilated, air conditioned and hygienic. Computer based simulations and softwares are also made available for routine teaching to undergraduate studies as well as for research testing.


Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab

Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Medicinal Chemistry) is a multi-disciplinary field of study that utilizes synthetic organic chemistry in conjunction with developments in biochemistry, computational chemistry, molecular biology, and pharmacology to advance drug discovery.
Medicinal chemistry is the application of chemical research techniques to the synthesis of pharmaceuticals. During the early stages of medicinal chemistry development, scientists were primarily concerned with the isolation of medicinal agents found in plants. Today, scientists in this field are also equally concerned with the creation of new synthetic drug compounds. Medicinal chemistry is almost always geared toward drug discovery and development.
Pharmaceutical Chemistry (Medicinal chemistry) laboratory was established with an objective to promote teaching and research in pharmaceutical sciences.


Laboratories under Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry (DPC)

  • P.G. Research Laboratory
  • Central Instrumentation Facility (CIF)
  • Medicinal Chemistry Laboratory
  • Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory
  • Organic Chemistry Laboratory
  • Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory

Facilities under Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry (DPC)

  • Fourier Transmission Infra Red Spectroscopy (FTIR)

  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography System (HPLC)

  • Ultra Violet Spectrophotometer (UV)

  • Auto Karlfischer Titrimeter

  • Electrophorectic system

  • Microprocessor Flame Photometer

  • Digital Turbidity Meter

  • Digital Potentiometer

  • Digital Conductivity Meter

  • pH Meter

  • Polarimeter

  • Sodium Vapour Lamp Transformer

  • Digital Trinocular

  • Digital Weighing Machine

  • Analytical Balance

  • Hot Plate

  • Heating Mantle (Multiple and Single)

  • Water Bath

  • Melting Point Apparatus

  • Water Distillation Assembly

  • Hot Air Oven

  • Microwave Oven

  • Fuming Cup Board

  • Vacuum Pump

  • Magnetic Stirrer

  • Two Bed Demineraliser

  • Deep Freezer

Pharmacognosy Lab

Pharmacognosy is defined as a branch of bioscience which deals in detail medicinal and related products of crude or primary type obtained from plant, animal and mineral origins. In short, it is an objective study of crude drugs from natural sources treated scientifically and encompasses the knowledge of the history, distribution, cultivation, collection, processing for market and preservation, the study of sensory, physical, chemical and structural characters and the uses of crude drugs.

Department of Pharmacognosy (DOP) has provided the laboratory facility of students in UG & PG courses.


Facilities under Department of Pharmacognosy (DOP)

Laboratory of department of Pharmacognosy is well equipped with high magnification microscopes (single, compound & binoculars) and apparatus like Soxhlet assembly, Muffle furnace, Hot air oven, Distillation assembly, Electrical water bath, Heating mantle, Dispensing balance, Electronic balance, Drug grinding machine, Moisture balance, Single pen balance, Camera lucida, Microscopic eye piece, Micro meter eye piece, Permanent slide, Thermometer, Digital photo fluorometer, Antibiotic zone reader, Colony counter. Research work is being carried out to identify the herbal plants having high medicinal value. Various standardization procedures are also developed for herbal drugs and their formulations.

  • Autoclave -01

  • Binocular -02

  • Compound Microscope -35

  • Camera Lucida -25

  • Colony Counter -01

  • Dispensing Balance -01

  • Electronic Balance -02

  • Drug Grinder Machine -01

  • Heating Mantle -10

  • Hot air Oven - 02

  • Muffle Furnace -01

  • Microscopic Eye piece - 18

  • Micrometer eye piece -08

  • Moisture Balance -01

  • Microscope with stage micrometer -10

  • Permanent slide -20

  • Thermometer -12

  • Single pen balance -01

  • Simple Microscope -20

  • Water bath -04

  • Digital Photo Flouorometer -01

  • Antibiotic Zone Reader -01

  • Binocular Microscope -03

Pharmaceutics Lab

Pharmaceutics is the study of the quantitative aspects of drug delivery. It involves the design, development and evaluation of drugs in combination with an appropriate dosage form. In Pharmaceutics one can:

  • characterizes physical properties of drugs

  • develops innovative delivery systems for drugs

  • Quantitatively evaluates drug absorption, distribution, metabolism, excretion, and pharmacological activity in the living organism.

Department of Pharmaceutics at S.D. College of Pharmacy & Vocational Studies

The Department of Pharmaceutics is a place where an unwavering commitment to excellence, instruction and service is demonstrated through the extraordinary productivity and success of our faculty, staff and students. Our program focuses on Physiologically-Based Approaches to Drug Delivery and Disposition. We offer a training environment that includes cutting edge laboratory instrumentation and technologies, devoted and experienced teachers, and knowledgeable staff.The Department�s activities centre on formulation science and drug delivery, with particular strengths in pharmaceutical materials science and processing, drug delivery and pharmaceutical microbiology.

Laboratories under Department of Pharmaceutics
  • Pharmaceutics Laboratory (General Pharmacy)
  • Pharmaceutical Technology laboratory
  • Machine Room
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology Laboratory
  • Central Instrumentation Laboratory

Facilities under Department of Pharmaceutics

  • General Pharmacy (GP)

    GP lab is equipped with Hot plate, Mechanical stirrer, Homogenizer, Ball mill, Vacuum pump, Distillation Unit, pH meter, dispensing balance, water bath, viscometer and Electronic Single Pan Balance. These instruments are effectively used by undergraduate students for analysis of drugs and their formulations.

  • Pharmaceutical technology

    This lab is equipped with Dissolution Rate Test Apparatus (I.P Standard), Disintegration Rate Test Apparatus (U.S.P. standard), Friability test apparatus, Capsule filling machine, Digital Thickness meter, Hardness tester, Water bath, Distillation unit, Hot air oven, etc.
  • Machine Room

    The machine room has a well-built area of machines generally encountered in Pharmaceutical Industry like Pan coater, Hand operated Single punch machine, Ampoule filling and sealing machine, Bottle filling machine, Mechanical and Gyratory Sieve Shaker, Filter Press, Reynolds Apparatus, Venturimeter and Orifice meter, Vacuum filter Unit, Mechanical Stirrer, Double and Cuboidal Cone Blender, Ointment filling machine. This laboratory provides a window for young and aspiring pharmacist to be well versed with the current Pharmaceutical Scenario.
  • Pharmaceutical Microbiology Laboratory

    This laboratory is built with an insight into the Biotechnology Industry with instruments like B.O.D. Incubator, Aseptic Room with Laminar Air Flow Cabinet, Deep Freezer, Digital Oven, Incubators, Double Door Ovens, Bacterial Colony Counter, U.V. Cabinet, and Autoclaves.

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