Pharmaceutical Chemistry

 

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY STATEMENT OF VISION

The Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry endeavors to be a recognized model for educating and graduating students prepared to compete in and contribute to the ever-changing, technology-centered world of the 21st century. To achieve this vision the department is committed to providing a course of study for undergraduates in the chemical sciences which combines curriculum, scholarship and service/engagement opportunities that are high-quality, innovative and intellectually challenging and employ state-of-the-art technologies.


DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY STATEMENT OF MISSION

The mission of the Department of Chemistry is to advance the chemical sciences through the education of undergraduate students by providing them with quality, research and service opportunities. With a high standard for excellence in all three areas the department will produce students who are knowledgeable in chemistry and can think critically.


OBJECTIVES OF THE DEPARTMENT :

      To provide the sufficient education to the graduates and postgraduates in the field of chemistry.

      To implement new proceedings in the field of pharmaceutical chemistry.

      To achieve better pharmaceutical care.


DEPARTMENTAL SERVICES

The department of pharmaceutical chemistry is well furnished with the research facility for natural as well as synthetic products. The department has spacious laboratories and class rooms and well equipped instruments. The department is well equipped with basic amenities and resources for professional need. It has a library with rich and thoughtful collection of latest resource books, Journals.

The department teaches isolation and characterization of phytoconstituents and synthesizing new molecules in therapeutic areas using a more practice based approach. The course taught the students are the essentials of team approach to solve practical problems.


SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES CONDUCTED

19 &20th March 2010 Recent Trends in Pharmaceutical Chemistry & Interpretation techniques RGUHS Sponsored National level seminar 02 days
22nd and 23rd September 2010 Research implications and skill development techniques in Pharmaceutical Sciences IPA-Education Division and RGUHS 02 days
29th Dec 2011 One Day Seminar on “International Year of Chemistry 2011”. Dept of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, SAC College of Pharmacy 1 day
25th April to 7th May 2012 Challenges and New Techniques Involved in Drug Discovery. AICTE Sponsored
Staff Development Programme
15 days
2nd April 2013 Pharmacy-Career & Opportunities RGUHS Sponsored National level seminar 1 day

 

GRANTS RECEIVED

Dr. Jaishree V. Comparative evaluation of total phenol, flavonoid and antioxidant properties of edible and non-edible fenugreek leaves. Vision Group of Science and Technology, Karnataka Govt. 0.3 Lakhs
Dr. Jaishree V. A Staff Development Programme “Challenges and New Techniques Involved in Drug Discovery”. AICTE Sponsored
Staff Development Programme
7.0 Lakhs
Dr. Jaishree V. Anticancer and molecular docking study of plant isolated phytoconstituents and their analogs. Research Project Scheme AICTE, New Delhi. 10.0 Lakhs

RESEARCH ACTIVITY OF THE DEPARTMENT

→    Ten M. Pharma projects have completed in 2010.
→    Nine M. Pharma projects have completed in 2011.
→    Nine M. Pharma projects have completed in 2012.
→    One PhD project is going on under the guidance of Dr. B. Rames.h
→    One RPS under AICTE project is going on under the guidance of Dr. NK. Satish.

SEMINARS DELIVERED BY THE STAFF


Dr. Irfan Ali Mohd

1. Deliverd lecture "Latest trends in drug design" in SAC College of Pharmacy, During Ayurveda College Students' visiting on 28 March 2013.

2. A talk on "Retrosynthesis In Organic Chemistry" in Staff Development Programme on "Challenges and New Techniques Involved in Drug Discovery" held in Sri Adichunchangiri College of Pharmacy, B.G. Nagar. On 25th April to 7th May 2011.


DR. JAISHREE V

1.Delivered lecture on "Antioxidants and medicinal plants importance" in "Challenges and New Techniques Involved in Drug Discovery". Quality improvement programme conducted by Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, SAC College of Pharmacy.

2. Delivered lecture on interpretation techniques in East West College of Pharmacy.

3. Delivered lecture on 'Chemistry and Life' in the programme "International Year of Chemistry 2011" held in SAC College of Pharmacy.

4. Delivered lecture on 'Importance of Herbal Medicine' in SAC College of Pharmacy, During Ayurveda College Students' visiting.

5. Delivered lecture on 'Chemistry and its importance' in Teachers Enhancement Programme sponsored by VGST Karnataka Govt. conducted by Adichunchanagiri Education Trust.


MR. CHETHAN I A

1. Demo was given to the students Ayurvedic College, Banglore about the analytical instruments. Date: 14th may 2012.

2. Organizing committee for Staff Development Programme.


POSTER/ORAL PRESENTATIONS FROM THE DEPARTMENT

1. Jaishree V, Poornchandra Tejaswi, Kumar Patil, Ramesh B. In vitro antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of wattakaka volubilis leave extracts. The 12th congress of International Society for Ethnopharmacology [ISE] to be held at Science City, Kolkata, India during February 17-19, 2012.


PAPERS PUBLISHED FROM THE DEPARTMENT

 

Faculty

Sl.No

Name,
email - ID and Phone number

Qualification

Designation

Department

Teaching
Experience

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1

Dr. B Ramesh
rambha_vin@yahoo.com
9845863779

M. Pharm, Ph.D

Professor & Principal

Pharmaceutical
Chemistry

27 Years

2

Dr. Irfan  Ali M
irfanalichem@gmail.com
9845535954

M. Pharm, Ph.D

Asso.Professor

Pharmaceutical
Chemistry

11 Years

3

Mr. Chetan M B
chetanmb007@gmail.com
9590675588

M. Pharm

Asst.Professor

Pharmaceutical
Chemistry

09 Years

4

Mr. Chethan I A
chymera85@gmail.com
8147819381

M. Pharm

Asst.Professor

Pharmaceutical
Chemistry

06 Years

5

Mrs. Mallamma T
mallammareddy89@gmail.com
8277543949

M. Pharm

Lecturer

Pharmaceutical
Chemistry

01 Year

6

Dr. D Chikkanna
dr.chikkanna@gmail.com
9986054348

M.Sc.,Ph.D

Asso. Professor

Applied
Biochemistry

20 Years