About The Department B.Pharmacy
The Department of Pharmacy at the "Malineni Perumallu educational society's group of institutions" was formed in the year 2009 and provides an outstanding research environment complemented by excellence in teaching.
The Department offers B.Pharmacy. The Department has a comprehensive curriculum on topics related to all aspects of various research and well equiped labs with Softwares an emphasis on practical learning. The course structure is up-to-date and includes courses on nascent topics to equip our students with the latest developments in Pharmacy.
The Department has state-of-the-art infrastructure and computing equipment. Our faculty members aim at delivering top class education blending their rich research experience with classroom teaching.
The Department is well equipped with state-of-art laboratories, library,Seminar Hall, active Placement Cell and canteen, apart from a sophisticated herbal garden. Other salient features are a potentially dedicated Faculty, latest teaching methods, Intensive & Remedial Coaching, training for competitive examinations, Industry-Institute Interaction Cell and facilities for Computer training, soft skills, personality development and extra and co-curricular activities.
Vision & Mission
To be leader in pharmaceutical sciences striving for quality pharmacy Education.
DM1: Impart, Advance knowledge with good teaching resources and skills for pharmacists.
DM2: Participate in pharmaceutical industrial trainings.
DM3: Provide necessary knowledge skills and laboratory facilities to the stake holders in pharmacy profession.
Program Educational Objectives
PEO1: Better communicators, leaders in pharmacy and health sectors.
PEO2: Exhibit skills in pharmaceutical industries &work in multi disciplinary teams.
PEO3: Professionals in the fields of pharmacy & reward critical thinking with continuous learning.
About Professonal Socities:
The college offers many opportunities to get involved in extracurricular activities. Within the department there are two student-run organizations which you can get involved in. Student organizations are a very important part of the college experience. They encourage teamwork, leadership, improved organizational skills and creativity, while cultivating professional interests.
The Computer Society of India is the first and the largest body of computer professionals in India. It was started on 6 March 1965 by a handful of computer professionals and has now grown to be the national body representing computer professionals. Its membership stands at more than 50,000 in more than 60 chapters throughout India.
The Society is targeted at the IT professionals and also user community at large. Hence the membership of the Society is open to all professionals involved in the field of information technology. The membership categories include Individual and Institutional. In the Individual member category there are five grades namely Fellow, Senior, Member, Associate and Student, whereas Institutional membership includes organisations and educational institutions. A professional can also apply for life membership in the Society.
Benefits of CSI:
- Access to CSI knowledge portal through Login-id and password.
- Technology updates through Conferences, Seminars, Tutorials & workshop at discounted rates.
- A forum for activities like Paper Presentations, Quiz, Competitions and Exhibitions.
- Ability to connect with distinguished speakers on different technology areas.
- CSI Certification and Training programs at discounted rates for students.
- Interaction and collaboration with distinguished academicians, researchers and practitioners.
- Opportunity to interact with Industry professionals and chalk out a career path.
- Eligibility for nomination of best Student Branch award.
- Eligibility for CSI funded minor projects.Permission to conduct events under CSI Banner.
- Participation in joint events of CSI with its MOU partner / Organization.
The Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) is a national, non-profit making professional body, registered under the society's registration Act of 1860. Started in 1941 as the Association of Principals of Technical Institutions (APII), later it was converted into "Indian Society for Technical Education", New Delhi in 1986 with a view to enlarge its activities to advance the cause of technical education in the country. It is the only national organization of educators in the field of engineering and technology.
- Programming Laboratory.
- Open Source Software Laboratory.
- Database Laboratory.
- R & D and Projects Laboratory.
Mr. G Rajesh
Head of The Department,
Ph.No: +91 9059443123
Pharmacy Department Faculty List
|S.No||Name of the Staff Member||Designation||Qualification||Experience|
|01||Dr. S.Ravikishore||Professor & Dean||Ph.D||14 Yrs|
|02||Dr. G.Sudhakara Rao||Professor||Ph.D||22 Yrs|
|03||Dr. P.Raman Kumar||Professor||Ph.D||10 Yrs|
|04||Dr. T.Eswar Ganesh||Professor||Ph.D||10 Yrs|
|05||Mr. V.Chandra Sekhar||Assoc. Professor||M.Pharmacy||13 Yrs|
|06||Mr .G.Rajesh||Assoc.Professor||M.Pharmacy||13 Yrs|
|07||Mrs .G.Venu Kumari||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||11 Yrs|
|08||Mrs. M.Sai sowjanya||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||10 Yrs|
|09||Mrs .J.Vasavi||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||08 Yrs|
|10||Safia Patan Khanam||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||09 Yrs|
|11||Mr. P.Ramu||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||13 Yrs|
|12||Mrs. G.Jyothirmai||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||08 Yrs|
|13||Mrs. P.Hima Sri||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||07 Yrs|
|14||J K Priya||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||10 Yrs|
|15||Mrs.G.Divya Sri||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||06 yrs|
|16||Ms. Sk.Hapsana Parveen||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||06 yrs|
|17||Mrs. A.S.Lakshmi Prasanna||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||05 yrs|
|18||Mrs .B.Thiresha||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||05 yrs|
|19||Mrs. V Hymavathi||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||02 yrs|
|20||Mrs. D.Swarna Latha||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||01 yrs|
|21||Ms.N.Jaya Sri||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||04 Yrs|
|22||T.Rahil Vandana Bisky||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||04 Yrs|
|23||S.Ramya Sri||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||04 Yrs|
|25||Ch. Mounica||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||03 Yrs|
|26||Y. Govinda Rao||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||01 Yr|
|27||V.Naga Sai Prameel||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||01 Yr|
|28||M.Karthi Siva Kumar||Asst.Professor||M.Pharmacy||06 Yrs|
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Father of Pharmacy
Greeks were one of the first patrons of this profession.The word pharmacy originated from the Greek word "PHARMAKON". It was in 9th century in the civilized world around Baghdad that the profession of pharmacy started acquiring shape. It slowly spread to Europe as alchemy and finally developed into chemistry. The first known chemical process was carried out by the artisans of Mesopotamia,Egypt,and China. However in the 19th century it completely sprouted out from medicine and started developing as a separate profession. This happened only when the role of pharmacist as a compounder of medicines were identified and differentiated from physician whose role was accepted as the therapist. The practice in those times was restricted to compounding,dispensing medication and manufacturing medicaments in bulk lots not for general sale. The medicament commonly produced was simple elixirs,spirits,and powders in contrast to the complex pharmaceutical remedies of the present era.
Guest Lectures / Workshops
- Guest Lecture by Dr. A. Ravi Sekhar, senior Manager, Elililly Pharma Ltd., Bangalore on the topic of PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES IN PHARMACY.
- Guest Lecture by Dr. P.V. Madhava Reddy, Professor, Ratnam College of Pharmacy, Nellore, on the topic Entitled PHARMACOGENOMICS IN DRUG DISCOVERY & DEVELOPMENT.
- Guest Lecture by Dr. V. Chandra Sekhar, Professor, Nalanda College of Pharmacy, Nalgonda, on the topic of PRELIMINARY ASPECTS OF MOLECULAR MODELING.
- FDP programme by Dr.P. Venkata Rao, CEO Placements, Gayatri Vidyapeeth, Visakhapatnam on the topic of INNOVATIVE TEACHING LEARNING METHODS.
Toppers of the Batch
|S.No||Reg.No.||Name of the Student||Year of Pass out||Percentage|
|4.||147W1R0021||MUDAVATH CHINNA VAGYA NAIK||2018||81.88|
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