B Pharm First Year Induction-Orientation Program AY 2017 - 2018

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Induction & Orientation Program for B Pharm @017 batch as per New PCI syllabus

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Induction and Orientation Program for B. Pharm First Year:

Induction and Orientation Program for B. Pharm First Year By Dr Santosh Ramrao Butle M. Pharm. Ph.D.

Contents:

Contents Welcome and Something About + ve Attitude About University & It’s Organizational structure About School Office and Administration Basic Amenities Rules and Regulations

Welcome All:

Welcome All SRTM University Nanded and School of Pharmacy Congratulate s All First Year Students who sought admission here. And we welcome You all!!!

Begin Your Career:

Begin Your Career Stop Thinking About Past: Lucky or Unlucky Painful time has gone (10 th & 12 th Class over) Learn to take own responsibility Whatever we are, Successful or failure person its because of self. Stop blaming anything else for your failure Amhi Fasalo Tar Fasalo Tumhi Fasu Naka Amhi karu shakalo tar tumhi ka nahi ?

About University:

About University The Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University is established at Nanded by bi-furcating the Marathwada University, Aurangabad on 17th September 1994 , the day on which in 1948 Hyderabad State was liberated from rule of the Nizam.

About University:

About University The University has been named after Swami Ramanand Teerth the Doyen of the Hyderabad Liberation Struggle and also a renowned educationalist and social activist. The University is to cater for southern part of Marathwada Region of Maharashtra State, specifically to the districts of Nanded, Latur, Parbhani and Hingoli.

About University: Arial View:

About University: Arial View

SRTMUN on Google Map:

SRTMUN on Google Map

SRTMUN Jurisdiction Map:

SRTMUN Jurisdiction Map

About University:

About University In the short time of operation the University has been granted recognition by the University Grants Commission (UGC), the apex educational body of Government of India, under 2(f) in March 1995 and under 12 (B) in May 1998, before completion of five years.

About University:

About University SRTM University is reaccredited by NAAC with ‘A’ grade in 2015

About University: Other Service Units:

About University: Other Service Units National Service Scheme (NSS) Students Welfare Sports Section Women Studies Center GSCASH (Gender Sensitization Committee against Sexual Harassment ) Day Care Center Anti-ragging Cell

University Song:

University Song

SRTMUN: MoU’s:

SRTMUN: MoU’s Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. S. B. Nimse signing MoU with Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. Lutgardo Bargo of ‘Normal University, Phillipines ’

SRTMUN: MoU’s:

SRTMUN: MoU’s Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. S. B. Nimse signing MoU with Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. Chan Soak Xeng of ‘Norton University, Combodia ’

SRTMUN: MoU’s:

SRTMUN: MoU’s Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. S. B. Nimse signing MoU with Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. Yosef of ‘ Galili College of International Management Society, Israel’

SRTMUN: MoU’s:

SRTMUN: MoU’s Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. S. B. Nimse signing MoU with Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. Mansor Pateda of ‘ Gorantalo University, Indonesia’

SRTMUN: MoU’s:

SRTMUN: MoU’s Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. S. B. Nimse signing MoU with Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. Bedajo Sujanto of ‘ Nagri University, Jakarta’

SRTMUN: MoU’s:

SRTMUN: MoU’s Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. S. B. Nimse signing MoU with Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr. Jaisena Kotegoda , University of Visual and performing art, Colombo, Sri Lanka.

SRTMUN: MoU’s:

SRTMUN: MoU’s National MoU MoU with Asian Center for Research and Training, Pune Mou with Commerce and Industry Cell, MPCC, Nanded MoU -English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad

Organizational Structure:

Organizational Structure Hon’ble Chancellor Shri Chennamaneni Vidyasagar Rao Vice-chancellor Dr. P. B. Vidyasagar Pro-Vice- chancelloder Dr. G. N. Shinde Registrar Dr. R. M. Mulani

Organizational Structure:

Organizational Structure Director, Board of Examinations & Evaluation Dr. R. N. Sarode Finance & Accounts Officer Dr. G. B. Katalakute Senate Members Management Council Members Academic Council Members Deans of the Faculty

Organizational Structure:

Organizational Structure Faculty Board of Studies

About School:

About School Established In 2007 with two PG Courses M. Pharm Pharmaceutics and M. Pharm. Pharmaceutical Chemistry In 2010 State Govt. sanctioned 8 teaching post Out of 8 four teaching post were filled in 2010 And remaining four post were filled in 2011

About School:

About School In 2011 we applied and got AICTE Approval for four PG Courses and one UG course. In 2011 With Prior Approval of AICTE we Started One UG Course B. Pharmacy and Two PG Courses M. Pharm. Quality Assurance M. Pharm. Pharmacology

About School:

About School Being University Department by default School is Ph. D. center since its existence i.e. 2007.

About School:

About School List of Teaching Staff Prof. Dr. Surendra G. Gttani (SGG) Asso . Dean; School Director; Head Pharmaceutics Dept. Dr. Sanjay S. Pekamwar (SSP) Professor & Head, Pharmaceutical Chemistry Dept. Dr. Shashikant C. Dhavle (SCD) Professor & Head, Pharmacology Dept.

About School:

About School List of Teaching Staff Dr. Shailesh J. Wadher (SJW) Professor & He ad, Quality Assurance Dept. Dr. Santosh R. Butle (SRB) Assistant Professor & I/c Head, Pharmacognosy Dept. Mr. Rajeshwar V. Kshirsagar (RVK) A ssistant Professor

About School:

About School List of Teaching Staff Mr. Rajkumar S. Moon (RSM) Assistant Professor Mr. Shailesh L. Patwekar (SLP) Assistant Professor Dr. Tukaram M. Kalyankar (TMK) Assistant Professor

About School:

About School List of Teaching Staff Dr. Ajay D. Kshirsagar (ADK) A ssistant Professor Dr. Vijay N. Navghare (VVN) Assistant Professor Mr. Ram S. Sakhare (RSS) Assistant Professor

About School:

About School List of Teaching Staff Mr. Sangam B. Kanthale (SBK) A ssistant Professor Mrs. Shraddha S. Tiwari (SST) Assistant Professor Mr. Narendra G. Patre Assistant Professor

About School:

About School List of Teaching Staff Mrs. Pallavi A. Kamble (PAK) Assistant Professor Mr Govind P. Chate (GPC) Assistant Professor Mr. Bhushan G. Waghmare (BGW) Assistant Professor Mrs. Savita A.Phadtare (SAP) Assistant Professor Mr. Pravin P. Karle (PPK) Assistant Professor

About School:

About School List of Teaching Staff Miss. Ashwini . P. Potulwar (APP) Assistant Professor Mr. Shivraj S. Shivpuje (SSS) Project Fellow/Research Scholar Mr. Mudassar Ahemad Khan Pathan (MMP) CHB

About School:

About School List of Non Teaching Staff Mr. Losarwar N. R. (Senior Clerk) Mr. S. Gafar S. Satar (Clerk) Mr. Shinde Atul A. (Lab. Technician) Mr. Pawar Ravi P. Lohbande Shashikant P. Mrs. Dhond M. S.

About School:

About School List of Non Teaching Staff Mr. Pandanwad A. G. Mrs. Dulgaj S. M. Mrs. Biganiya K. S.

About School:

About School List of Non Teaching Staff Mr. Sayyad M. M. Miss. Tatewad R. S. Mr. Kasbe . S. S. Mr. Bhosale K. K. Mr. Machanwad S. B. Mr. Parde R. S. Mr. Tulase S. M.

Equipments List: Pharmacognosy Lab:

Equipments List: Pharmacognosy Lab Sr . No . Name of Instrument 1 Hot Air Oven 2 Muffle Furnace 3 UV Cabinet 4 Vaccum Oven 5 Microscope 6 Eyepiece Micrometer 7 Camera Lucida 8 Pointer Eyepiece 9 Stage Micrometer 10 Heating Mantle

Equipment List: Instrument Lab:

Equipment List: Instrument Lab Sr . No . Name of Instrument 1 Photochemical Reactor (Not Working) 2 Milipore Vaccum Pump (Not Working) 3 Magnetic Stirrer (Not Working) 4 Digital Conductivity Meter (Not Working) 5 HPLC (Not Working) 6 DTA-TQ Apparatus (Not Working) 7 FTIR 8 Digital Weighing Balance 9 Digital Ultrasonic Bath 10 Digital PH Meter (Not Working) 11 UV-Vis Spectrophotometer 12 HPLC Grade Water System (Not Working)

Equipments List: Pharmaceutical Chemistry (UG):

Equipments List: Pharmaceutical Chemistry (UG) Sr . No . Name of Instrument 1 Heating Mantle (2 LR) 2 Heating Mantle (1 LR) 3 Heating Mantle (50 ml) 4 Melting Point Apparatus 5 Weighing Balance (Not Working) 6 Digital Balance (Not Working) 7 Water Bath (Not Working) 8 Rota Mantle (Not Working) 9 Photoelectric Colorimeter 10 Magnetic Stirrer (Not Working) 11 Millipore (Not Working)

Equipments List: Pharmaceutical Chemistry (PG):

Equipments List: Pharmaceutical Chemistry (PG) Sr.No . Name of Instrument 1 Hot Air Oven 2 Magnetic Stirrer 3 Distilation Assemble 4 Refrigerator (One Not Working)

Equipments List: Pharmacology Lab:

Equipments List: Pharmacology Lab Sr.No . Name of Instrument 1 Ultra Low Temprature Freezer 2 Servo Cantrolled Voltage Stablizer 3 CO2 Incubator 4 Srvo Controller Voltage Stablizer 5 Heating Mantle 6 Electro. Supplied (Not Working) 7 Refrizeretor 8 NO2 Cylender 9 Analigisco Meter 10 Ultrasonic Cleaner 11 Rota Rod Appartus ( Brakage ) 12 Actophotometer

Equipments List: Pharmacology Lab:

Equipments List: Pharmacology Lab Sr.No . Name of Instrument 13 Dells Mono Bath 14 Digital Kymograph 15 Microscope (5 Not Working) 16 Hemocytometer Pippettes 17 Hemoglobino meter ( 9 Not Working) 18 Spignomomometer 19 Stethoscope 20 Slides 21 Models of Orgon 22 Specimans For Orgon 23 Skelton & Bones 24 Electronic Balance

Equipments List: Pharmaceutics Lab (PG):

Equipments List: Pharmaceutics Lab (PG) Sr . No . Name of Instrument 1 Refrigerator `(One Not Working) 2 Hot Air Oven ( Not Working ) 3 Weighing Balance 4 Microscope 5 Heating Mantle 6 Stirrer 7 Water Bath 8 Tablet Cooting Machine 9 Digital Conductivity Meter (Not Working) 10 Capsule Filling Machine 11 Hardness Tester (Monsanto)

Equipments List: Pharmaceutics Lab (PG):

Equipments List: Pharmaceutics Lab (PG) Sr . No . Name of Instrument 12 Vernier Calliper 13 Digital Vernier Calliper 14 Weight Box 15 Tap Density 16 Melting Point Appratus 17 Spining Microcontrifuge 18 Analog Balance 19 Laminar Air Flow (Not Working) 20 Autoclave (Not Working) 21 Photorefractometer 22 Colling Incubator (Not Working)

Equipments List: Pharmaceutics Lab (PG):

Equipments List: Pharmaceutics Lab (PG) Sr . No . Name of Instrument 1 Dissolution Tester 2 Disintegration Tester 3 Friabilator 4 Sieve Shaker 5 Digital PH Meter MK-Vl (Not Working) 6 Digital PH Meter (Not Working) 7 Stirrer 8 Weighing Balance (Not Working) 9 Heating Mantle (1Lit) (Not Working) 10 Rotamantle( Not Working) 11 Distillation Unit

Equipments List: Quality Assurance Lab (PG):

Equipments List: Quality Assurance Lab (PG) Sr.No . Name of Instrument 1 Dissolution Tester 2 Disintegration Tester 3 Friabilator 4 Sieve Shaker 5 Digital PH Meter MK-Vl (Not Working) 6 Digital PH Meter (Not Working) 7 Stirrer 8 Weighing Balance (Not Working) 9 Heating Mantle (1Lit) (Not Working) 10 Rotamantle( Not Working) 11 Distillation Unit

Office and Administration:

Office and Administration School Office Vice-chancellor Office Pro-vice-chancellor Office Registrar Office Account Section Publication Department Scholarship Section

Office and Administration:

Office and Administration Hostel Office – Rector, Warden Librarian Office Student Welfare Office NSS Office Sports Director Office Estate Section Engineering Department NAAC/IQAC Cell

Office and Administration:

Office and Administration Distance Education Cell Office International Student Centre Office Guest House/Faculty House Office Convocation Office

Basic Amenities:

Basic Amenities Hostel for Boys & Girls City Bus Service Post Office Bank (MGB) Health Center Sports Complex Indoor Stadium Gym

Basic Amenities:

Basic Amenities Library Canteen RUSA Center UGC HRDC Center VVIP Guest House, Faculty House Day Care Center

Basic Amenities:

Basic Amenities Senate Hall MC Hall Conference Hall Dean Hall

Rules & Regulations:

Rules & Regulations

CHAPTER- I: REGULATIONS:

CHAPTER- I: REGULATIONS B. Pharm. Course Regulations

Regulations:

Regulations Duration of the program The course of study for B. Pharm shall extend over a period of eight semesters (four academic years) and six semesters (three academic years) for lateral entry students. The curricula and syllabi for the program shall be prescribed from time to time by Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi. Medium of instruction and examinations Medium of instruction and examination shall be in English.

Regulations:

Regulations Working days in each semester Each semester shall consist of not less than 100 working days. The odd semesters shall be conducted from the month of June/July to November/December and the even semesters shall be conducted from December/January to May/June in every calendar year.

Regulations:

Regulations Attendance and progress A candidate is required to put in at least 80% attendance in individual courses considering theory and practical separately. The candidate shall complete the prescribed course satisfactorily to be eligible to appear for the respective examinations.

Regulation:

Regulation Program/Course credit structure As per the philosophy of Credit Based Semester System, certain quantum of academic work viz. theory classes, tutorial hours, practical classes , etc. are measured in terms of credits. On satisfactory completion of the courses, a candidate earns credits.

Regulation:

Regulation Program/Course credit structure The amount of credit associated with a course is depend ent upon the number of hours of instruction per week in that course. Similarly, the credit associated with any of the other academic, co/extra-curricular activities is depend ent upon the quantum of work expected to be put in for each of these activities per week.

Regulations:

Regulations Credit assignment 1. Theory and Laboratory courses Courses are broadly classified as Theory and Practical. Theory courses consist of lecture (L) and /or tutorial (T) hours, and Practical (P) courses consist of hours spent in the laboratory .

Regulations:

Regulations Credit assignment 1. Theory and Laboratory courses Credits (C) for a course is depend ent on the number of hours of instruction per week in that course, and is obtained by using a multiplier of one (1) for lecture and tutorial hours, and a multiplier of half (1/2) for practical (laboratory) hours.

Regulations:

Regulations Credit assignment 1. Theory and Laboratory courses Thus, for example, a theory course having three lectures and one tutorial per week throughout the semester carries a credit of 4. Similarly, a practical having four laboratory hours per week throughout semester carries a credit of 2.

Regulations:

Regulations 2. Minimum credit requirements The minimum credit points required for award of a B. Pharm. degree is 208. These credits are divided into Theory courses, Tutorials, Practical, Practice School and Project over the duration of eight semesters. The credits are distributed semester-wise as shown in Table IX.

Regulations:

Regulations 2. Minimum credit requirements Courses generally progress in sequences, building competencies and their positioning indicates certain academic maturity on the part of the learners. Learners are expected to follow the semester-wise schedule of courses given in the syllabus.

Regulations:

Regulations Academic work A regular record of attendance both in Theory and Practical shall be maintained by the teaching staff of respective courses.

Regulations:

Regulations Course of study The course of study for B. Pharm shall include Semester Wise Theory & Practical as given in Table – I to VIII. The number of hours to be devoted to each theory, tutorial and practical course in any semester shall not be less than that shown in Table – I to VIII.

Regulations:

Regulations Examinations/Assessments The scheme for internal assessment and end semester examinations is given in Table – X. End semester examinations The End Semester Examinations for each theory and practical course through semesters I to VIII shall be conducted by the university except for the subjects with asterix symbol (*) in table I and II for which examinations shall be conducted by the subject experts at college level and the marks/grades shall be submitted to the university.

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Internal assessment: Continuous mode The marks allocated for Continuous mode of Internal Assessment shall be awarded as per the scheme given below.

Regulations:

Regulations Sessional Exams Two Sessional exams shall be conducted for each theory / practical course as per the schedule fixed by the college(s). The scheme of question paper for theory and practical Sessional examinations is given below. The average marks of two Sessional exams shall be computed for internal assessment as per the requirements given in tables – X.

Regulations:

Regulations Sessional Exams Sessional exam shall be conducted for 30 marks for theory and shall be computed for 15 marks. Similarly Sessional exam for practical shall be conducted for 40 marks and shall be computed for 10 marks.

Question paper pattern for theory Sessional examinations:

Question paper pattern for theory Sessional examinations For subjects having University examination

Question paper pattern for theory Sessional examinations:

Question paper pattern for theory Sessional examinations For subjects having Non University Examination

Question paper pattern for practical Sessional examinations:

Question paper pattern for practical Sessional examinations

Regulations:

Regulations Carry forward of marks In case a student fails to secure the minimum 50% in any Theory or Practical course as specified in above, then he/she shall reappear for the end semester examination of that course. However his/her marks of the Internal Assessment shall be carried over and he/she shall be entitled for grade obtained by him/her on passing.

Regulations:

Regulations Improvement of internal assessment A student shall have the opportunity to improve his/her performance only once in the Sessional exam component of the internal assessment. The re-conduct of the Sessional exam shall be completed before the commencement of next end semester theory examinations.

Regulations:

Regulations Re-examination of end semester examinations Reexamination of end semester examination shall be conducted as per the schedule given in table XIII. The exact dates of examinations shall be notified from time to time by University and college.

Regulation:

Regulation

Regulations:

Regulations Program Committee . 1. The B. Pharm. program shall have a Program Committee constituted by the Head of the institution in consultation with all the Heads of the departments. 2. The composition of the Program Committee shall be as follows: A senior teacher shall be the Chairperson; One Teacher from each department handling B. Pharm Four student representatives of the program (one from each academic year), nominated by the Head of the institution.

Regulations:

Regulations 3. Duties of the Program Committee: Periodically reviewing the progress of the classes. Discussing the problems concerning curriculum, syllabus and the conduct of classes. Discussing with the course teachers on the nature and scope of assessment for the course and the same shall be announced to the students at the beginning of respective semesters.

Regulations:

Regulations 3. Duties of the Program Committee: iv. Communicating its recommendation to the Head of the institution on academic matters. v. The Program Committee shall meet at least thrice in a semester preferably at the end of each Sessional exam (Internal Assessment) and before the end semester exam.

Regulations:

Regulations Academic Progression:

Regulations:

Regulations Academic Progression:

Regulations:

Regulations Academic Progression:

Regulations:

Regulations Academic Progression:

Regulations:

Regulations Academic Progression:

Grading of performances:

Grading of performances Letter grades and grade points allocations: Based on the performances, each student shall be awarded a final letter grade at the end of the semester for each course. The letter grades and their corresponding grade points are given in Table – XII.

Letter grades and grade points equivalent to Percentage of marks and performances:

Letter grades and grade points equivalent to Percentage of marks and performances

The Semester grade point average (SGPA):

The Semester grade point average (SGPA) The performance of a student in a semester is indicated by a number called ‘Semester Grade Point Average’ (SGPA). The SGPA is the weighted average of the grade points obtained in all the courses by the student during the semester.

The Semester grade point average (SGPA):

The Semester grade point average (SGPA) For example, if a student takes five courses(Theory/Practical) in a semester with credits C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5 and the student’s grade points in these courses are G1, G2, G3, G4 and G5, respectively, and then students’ SGPA is equal to:

The Semester grade point average (SGPA):

The Semester grade point average (SGPA) The SGPA is calculated to two decimal points. It should be noted that, the SGPA for any semester shall take into consideration the F and ABS grade awarded in that semester. For example if a learner has a F or ABS grade in course 4, the SGPA shall then be computed as:

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) The CGPA is calculated with the SGPA of all the VIII semesters to two decimal points and is indicated in final grade report card/final transcript showing the grades of all VIII semesters and their courses. The CGPA shall reflect the failed status in case of F grade(s), till the course(s) is/are passed.

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA):

Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) When the course(s)is/are passed by obtaining a pass grade on subsequent examination(s) the CGPA shall only reflect the new grade and not the fail grades earned earlier. The CGPA is calculated as:

Declaration of class:

Declaration of class

Project work:

Project work All the students shall undertake a project under the supervision of a teacher and submit a report. The area of the project shall directly relate any one of the elective subject opted by the student in semester VIII. The project shall be carried out in group not exceeding 5 in number. The project report shall be submitted in triplicate (typed & bound copy not less than 25 pages).

Project work:

Project work The internal and external examiner appointed by the University shall evaluate the project at the time of the Practical examinations of other semester(s). Students shall be evaluated in groups for four hours (i.e., about half an hour for a group of five students). The projects shall be evaluated as per the criteria given below.

Project work:

Project work

Project work:

Project work Explanation : The 75 marks assigned to the dissertation book shall be same for all the students in a group. However, the 75 marks assigned for presentation shall be awarded based on the performance of individual students in the given criteria.

Industrial training (Desirable):

Industrial training (Desirable) Every candidate shall be required to work for at least 150 hours spread over four weeks in a Pharmaceutical Industry/Hospital. It includes Production unit, Quality Control department, Quality Assurance department, Analytical laboratory, Chemical manufacturing unit, Pharmaceutical R&D, Hospital (Clinical Pharmacy), Clinical Research Organization, Community Pharmacy, etc.

Industrial training (Desirable):

Industrial training (Desirable) After the Semester – VI and before the commencement of Semester – VII, and shall submit satisfactory report of such work and certificate duly signed by the authority of training organization to the head of the institute.

Practice School:

Practice School In the VII semester, every candidate shall undergo practice school for a period of 150 hours evenly distributed throughout the semester. The student shall opt any one of the domains for practice school declared by the program committee from time to time. At the end of the practice school, every student shall submit a printed report (in triplicate) on the practice school he/she attended (not more than 25 pages).

Practice School:

Practice School Along with the exams of semester VII, the report submitted by the student, knowledge and skills acquired by the student through practice school shall be evaluated by the subject experts at college level and grade point shall be awarded.

Award of Ranks:

Award of Ranks Ranks and Medals shall be awarded on the basis of final CGPA. However, candidates who fail in one or more courses during the B. Pharm program shall not be eligible for award of ranks. Moreover, the candidates should have completed the B. Pharm program in minimum prescribed number of years, (four years) for the award of Ranks.

Duration for completion of the program of study:

Duration for completion of the program of study The duration for the completion of the program shall be fixed as double the actual duration of the program and the students have to pass within the said period, otherwise they have to get fresh Registration.

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