Introduction

Pharmacy will provide you with the skills and knowledge required to provide assistance to customers and to work as part of a pharmacy team. On completion you should have an understanding of the requirements and boundaries of the pharmacy assistant job role and identify when to refer to a senior staff member or pharmacist.

This course has been structured to provide you with this knowledge, as well as a range of retail operational tasks and customer service skills. Typical functions within the community pharmacy industry for those who complete this training include: Responding to questions and advising customers on general products sold in a pharmacy Referring customers to more senior pharmacy assistants or a pharmacist when necessary Operating within the legislative framework, regulation and protocols that apply to community pharmacy

Pharmaceutical care is a methodology of working with patients and their caregivers and their medication(s) including herbals and over the counter agents and the providers there of. It is a concept that deals with the way patients, their families, healthcare providers, should receive and use medication, information about medication and instructions for use. Pharmaceutical care encompasses information, assimilation of data and interpretation of the data using best possible medication histories to get the right drug to the right patient at the right time for the right condition with a minimum of adverse effects. One point to take into consideration when working with patients is that they experience not only a DISEASE but a DIS-EASE. Thus we have a physical and physiological component to every patient and diagnosis. This also impact as to why no 2 patients' course of disease remains the same.

Helper and Strand, in the 1980’s, developed a new definition in which the patient’s position in the triad of patient, physician and pharmacist receives even more emphasis. Pharmaceutical Care is that component of pharmacy practice which entails the direct interaction of the pharmacist with the patient for the purpose of caring for that patient's drug-related needs In 1997, Strand redefined pharmaceutical care as: "A practice for which the practitioner takes responsibility for a patients drug therapy needs and is held accountable for this commitment.”

Vision

To aggrandize the intellectual wealth through imparting good quality education and excellent technical skills among the students hailing from rural areas.

Mission

To eminence in imparting knowledge with a human face and creating an amicable atmosphere where students, teachers, and the organization can grow together in synchronization for their mutual benefit with the larger picture of an educated and well-meaning society belonging to all sections in the background.

Implanting the seeds of discipline and professionalism among the faculty and students.Inculcate the knowledge of education and research deep into the inquisitive minds of students. Making our students "Job creators not Job seekers”

Highlights

  • Guest Lectures and Seminars by Eminent Professor and Subject experts

  • Personality development classes/workshops

  • Communication skills and soft skills training

  • Imparting Organization skills by conducting various technical and cultural events

  • National and International level paper presentation competitions

  • Onsite Industrial visits, Educational tours and Industrial trainings

  • CPCSEA Approved Animal House

  • Industrial Collaborative research

  • Campus interviews with excellent placements

  • Hospital training at our own Hospital

Programs Offered

Program Offered


D.Pharm – Diploma in Pharmacy

Duration : 2 years
Eligibility: Pass in 10+2 / ‘A’ Level or its equivalent from any Board or Council with 50 % aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology / Zoology / Computer Science.

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B.Pharm – Bachelor of Pharmacy

Bachelor Of Pharmacy

Regulations

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Competency/Employability/
Entrepreneurship/Skill Development

Elective / CBCS

2014

Full Time

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Duration: 4 Years
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Eligibility: Pass in 10+2 / ‘A’ Level or its equivalent from any Board or Council with 50 % aggregate marks in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Biology / Zoology / Computer Science.

Approved by PCI - New Delhi

B.Pharm – Bachelor of Pharmacy [Lateral Entry]

Duration – 3 Years

Eligibility: Admission qualification for lateral entry to B.Pharm shall be a pass in Diploma in Pharmacy course from an institution approved by the PCI u/s 12 of Pharmacy Act 1948.

Pharm. D – Doctor of Pharmacy
Duration: 6 years
Eligibility: A pass in 10 +2 examination with Physics and Chemistry as compulsory subjects along with one of the following subjects: Mathematics or Biology.
A pass in D.Pharm course from an institution approved by the Pharmacy Council of India under section 12 of the Pharmacy Act.
Any other qualification approved by the Pharmacy Council of India as equivalent to any of the above examinations.

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M.Pharm – Master of Pharmacy (Pharmacology)
Duration: 2 years
Eligibility:
A Pass in B. Pharm Degree examination of an Indian university established by law in India from an institution approved by Pharmacy Council of India and has scored not less than 55 % of the maximum marks (aggregate of 4 years of B.Pharm.)
Every student, selected for admission to post graduate pharmacy program in any PCI approved institution should have obtained registration with the State Pharmacy Council or should obtain the same within one month from the date of his/her admission, failing which the admission of the candidate shall be cancelled.
It is mandatory to submit a migration certificate obtained from the respective university where the candidate had passed his/her qualifying degree (B.Pharm.)
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Research
PhD Program

Infrastructure
Classrooms

Library

Museum


Total Number of Lecture Halls - 07

Total Number of Labs – 21


NAME OF THE LABORATORY

NUMERS IN TOTAL

Pharmaceutics and Microbiology Lab

04

Pharmaceutical Chemistry/Analysis Lab0

04

Pharmacology Lab - UG

03

Pharmacognosy Lab

02

Pharmacy Practice Lab

02

Pharmacology Lab - PG

02

Pathophysiology

01

Central Instrumentation Lab

01

Machine Room

01

Computer Lab

01


Faculty of Pharmacy possesses all the desired equipment’s prescribed by various regulatory bodies each laboratory is provided with firefighting equipment, emergency shower and first-aid box for safety. State-of-the art thirteen laboratories, Machine Room and Computer lab help students to practically learn the theoretical concepts and also the skill of working with sophisticated equipments.

Faculty of Pharmacy has five departments viz., Pharmaceutical & Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacognosy.

1.THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICS labs include Pharmaceutics-I, Pharmaceutics-II and Microbiology lab and Machine room. In addition, there is a separate in-process quality control room. GMP standards are implemented in the design of the labs including concealed water and sewage lines, microscope lights, balance covers and provision of adequate lockers. There is a separate preparation area in each lab.

Practical’s dealing with sterile operations are conducted in Microbiology Lab. This lab has an excellently designed sterile area with wash and change areas, air locks, air shower, laminar bench and HEPA filters. We have an integrated and well-designed Machine Room which has many equipment and machines for dosage form development including solids, coating, liquids, semisolids and size reduction mills.



2. THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY& ANALYSIS lab and a central instrument room with sophisticated instruments like HPLC, UV-Visible Spectrophotometer, Spectrofluorimeter, Flame photometer, IR Spectrophotometer along with sophisticated safety instruments like Eye Showers & Washers, Fume Cupboard & Microwave Synthesizer etc. The Labs include Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Analysis and Organic Chemistry Lab which involves study of drugs and to train basic and advanced concept of chemistry and analysis.


3. THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOLOGY has a well maintained animal house apart from a UG lab that deals with studies related to Pharmacotherapeutics and drug interaction experiments and includes excellent facilities to study drug effects on isolated tissues/ organs and their evaluation.


ANIMAL HOUSE: State-of-the-art, Committee for the Purpose of Control & Supervision of Experimentation on Animals (CPCSEA) approved fully air conditioned animal house facility to conduct experiments using various animals like Mice, Rats, Guinea Pig, Rabbits. The primary objective of the animal house facility is to assist investigators to plan and conduct animal experiments in accord with the highest scientific, humane and ethical principles.

4. THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACOGNOSY imparts knowledge in the field of medicinal and natural products. The department has an undergraduate laboratory and a drug museum of several plant materials.


5. THE DEPARTMENT OF PHARMACY PRACTICE experiences to help the students to prepare for their rotations and future careers in the healthcare field. The system allows any student in the lab to input and verify prescriptions, adverse drug reactions, drug interactions in real-time under the supervision of a teaching assistant or instructor.


Central Facilities in the Department

Machine Room
Faculty of Pharmacy is having a well-established Machine room containing machines required for various Unit Operations simulating with Pharmaceutical Industrial operations. The machine room is well designed with separate glass cubical for important machines with separate platform, Standard Operating Procedure, Log Book, Standard Cleaning Procedure and Calibration or validation and operation manual.
The facility has many equipment and instruments for the development of liquid, solids & semisolid dosage forms. The Machine room is well equipped to carry out Preformulation work followed by optimization and pilot scale studies. The Machine room is equipped with All-purpose unit to which range of facilities can be attached.
The instruments in the machine room include Tablet Punching Machine, Capsule Filling Machine, Ampoule Washing, Ampoule Filling & Sealing Machine, humidity chamber, Tray dryer, 8 station Dissolution test apparatus, Hot air oven, IR moisture balance, Disintegration test apparatus, Friability tester, stirrers and rotors. These instruments impart practical training for preparation of various pharmaceutical dosage forms like Tablets, Capsule, Ointments, Parenteral, Liquid orals and novel drug delivery systems.


Mini Press (MODEL :LAB PRESS 1)
In the tablet compression machine main principle is compressing the grains/powder in upper and lower punch in a die hole. The hydraulic pressure plays a key role. This pressure is transmitted unreduced through the static fluid. Any externally applied pressure is transmitted via static fluid to all the direction in same proportion. It also makes it possible to multiply the force as needed. If we increase the hydraulic pressure more compressing force on tablet then it becomes harder.
Lab Press is a High Tech Rotary Tablet Press in table-top design for R&D and small batch production. This Single sided R&D Tablet Press fully conforms to GMP and the safety requirements. All Electrical settings can be performed by Front panel with indicators at the front of the machine. The turret is driven by centre shaft drive mechanism by a motor and Powerful Reduction gear box. The Tablet output depends upon the properties, tablet shape, weight, thickness as well as quality of granules of material to be compress.
This machine is designed for pressing tablets from a variety of materials for Research and Development and for small-scale production of Neutraceuticals,herbals, and other products. It is designed for pressing round tablets from various granular materials.


All Purpose Unit

All-purpose unit comprises of a vertical main drive to which various attachments can be connected to carryout different operations.

Vertical Drive
The Vertical Main Drive type SVMD-AC is the basic machine of the All-purpose equipment. All our Multi-attachments units can be easily and quickly connected and disconnected to the main drive with the help of two quick locking and unlocking hand knurled knobs. The Main motor Drive is equipped with a very efficient and maintenance free gearbox with maximum torque. The speed is variable and can be adjusted infinitely between 10 to 434 RPM working range by an electronic speed control.This is done via an electronic speed controller and the corresponding rpm is displayed digitally. The drive also includes a Digital timer in order to set time-based operation

The Universal Gear

The universal gear is a basic requirement for our different attachment like the coating pan, polishing drum, pelletizer, cube mixer, mini ball mill etc. The universal gear required when the operating angles for the above attachments have to be changed.The unit offers an adjustment of the angle of operation from 0 to 60 degrees.


Coating Pan

The Coating pan is used to produce uniform coating on tablets with the help of Baffles inside of pan. This can be mounting on the universal gearing and as a result different tilting angle can be set up to 45 Degree.It is also permits speed control at any desired RPM. The pan capacity is 9.5 Liters

Polishing Drum
The polishing drum consists of felt lined inside of a metal drum suitable for polishing coated tablets. The bottom of the drum is also lined with felt. The polishing drum fits with the Universal Gearing exactly like the coating pan and the cube mixer. The top cover, which locks quickly into place with closures.The cover is fitted with acrylic sheet, which helps the observation of the polishing process while the machine is running.

Double Cone Mixer
Double Cone Mixer operates on free flow principle. This unit is used for rapid mixing of all types of free flowing powders and granules. The uniform, multidimensional arrangement of the mixer walls ensures good mixing.The vessel is manufactured from stainless steel and secured with threaded knobs. This unit can be attached to the Universal Gearing.

Planetary Mixer
This mixer is designed to be used as a mixing for pastes ointments & creams. It can also be used for wet powders. This mixer is provided with a mixing paddle and Teflon scrapper, which is shaped in such manner so that there is minimum clearance with the mixing kettle. The kettle is also easily removable.

Humidity Chamber
Humidity chambers are popular for stability testing in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food, and packaging industries. A humidity chamber is used for product testing at different setpoints, including maintaining controlled humidity and temperature conditions for drug storage in the pharmaceutical industry.They provide varying conditions of relative humidity within a modest temperature range. Typically, a humidity chamber (also called a stability chamber) will offer temperatures between 0C and 80C, and relative humidity from 20% to 90%. The humidity control chamber environment to be conditioned is controlled at a targeted dew point temperature and then reheated to a specified air temperature. Maintaining a constant dew point and air temperature will produce a very constant relative humidityRH).Corrosion-resistant interiors and components are particularly important in a humidity test chamber due to extended exposure to damp conditions inside. Energy efficient fans, compressors, and heaters are also very attractive features in stability chambers, since they will be running for extended periods during product testing.



R4 Centrifuge
Centrifugation is a technique of separating substances which involves the application of centrifugal force. The particles are separated from a solution according to their size, shape, density, the viscosity of the medium and rotor speed. The centrifuge works using the sedimentation principle, where the centripetal acceleration causes denser substances and particles to move outward in the radial direction.R-4C Compact model is designed for routine work in medical and industrial laboratories has digital speed indicator and 0-60 minute digital countdown timer.R-4C DX has additional features of dynamic brake for quick deceleration & imbalance detector with cutoff in case of uneven loads.



Dissolution Tester (MODEL: DS 8000 BASIC)
Dissolution testing is an important tool for characterizing the performance of oral solid dosage forms. Its significance is based on the fact that for a drug to be effective, it must first be released from the product and dissolve in the gastrointestinal fluids before absorption into the bloodstream can happen. In other words, the rate and extent of drug absorption are determined by its dissolution from the dosage form. For a commercial product, this test is routinely used for quality-control and quality-assurance purposes, to ensure consistency between production batches, or to justify scale-up and post-approval changes made to the manufacturing process. Dissolution apparatuses that can be used to develop an appropriate dissolution method for oral solid-dosage forms based on the drug product characteristics. The dissolution apparatus can be used to develop an appropriate dissolution method for oral solid-dosage forms based on the drug product characteristics.


Salient Features
• The equipment complies with current USP , IP ,BP, & EP and ASTM specifications.
• External vibration free Water Circulator for uniform water circulation with audible and low water level alarm.
• Mono shaft design with automatic adjustment for 25 mm depth setting with easy changeover between Apparatus I & II eliminates routine height validation as per USP.
• Paddles, Baskets and Vessels are laser marked with serial numbers for traceability.
• Tablet dispenser (Optional) drops 6 dosage form at single instance.
• The conical shape low evaporation recovery lids reduces media loss during long run.
• Facility to monitor Vessel temp, with DTS Technology (Digital Temperature Sensor)


TRAY DRYER: (K LAB)
Tray dryer is the device which is used for drying of the wet products of the crude drugs, chemicals, powders or the granules etc It consist of rectangular chamber of sheet metal containing two trucks that support racks. Each rack carries a number of shallow trays, perhaps 750 mm2 and 50 to 150 mm deep, that are loaded with material to be dried. Heated air is circulated at 2 to 5 m/s b/w the trays by fan and motor and passes over heaters. Baffles distribute the air uniformly over the stack of trays. Some moist air is continuously vented through exhaust duct and make up fresh air enters through inlet. The racks are mounted on truck wheel, so that the end of the drying cycle the truck can be pulled out of the chamber and taken to a tray-dumping station.
Wet solid is loaded in to the trays and Trays are placed in the chamber. Fresh air is introduced through inlet, which passes through the heaters and gets heated up. The hot air is circulated by means of fans and then water is picked up by the air. These events occur in a single pass of air. The time of contact is short and amount of water picked up in a single pass is small. At the end of the drying trays or trucks are pulled out of the chamber and taken to a tray dumping station.

Research

Sophisticated Laboratory Instruments-FT-IR

Faculty of Pharmacy has a well-designed Central Instrumentation Laboratory equipped with Sophisticated Equipment’s. With recent innovation and technology, the FT-IR (ATR Technique) instrument is now available for commercialization purposes and spectral analysis will be done. Samples can be submitted with detailed information stating the requirements.

Click the below link for further details.
1. About ATR
2. FTIR Sample Submission Form
3. Charge List ATR
4. ATR Declaration Form

For Online Submission click the below link
https://forms.gle/eqseDEDAbufjSwgk8

Center of Excellence - Natural Product Research
The Dr. MGR Educational and research Institute (Deemed to be University) has established a Central Research Facility to gain recognition as a centre of excellence in Natural Product research in the year 2020.

The natural product research requires a complete knowledge of botany, chemistry, quality control and pharmacology of medicines form natural sources. Development of herbal drugs is performed by incorporating the traditional insight, current science and modernistic technologies. The department is engaged in imparting expertise in the various fields of natural medicinal plants. The department is fully equipped with research facilities like crude drugs, herbarium specimen of several plant materials, museum; and modern equipments essential for extraction and isolations of natural medicinal products.The department studies will progress in advance for the improvement of the quality, safety, efficacy and validation of crude drugs under the Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute.

The department is working in the field of pharmacognostical and phytochemical screening of medicinal plants in order to develop standard for the same to be used as drug. The main focus is to generate scholarly works in peer-reviewed scientific journals and other appropriate media.

Thrust areas of Natural Product Research centre includes:
  • Extraction of herbal drugs initiating from collection of crude drug, drying in ambient temperature, pulverisation process.
  • Standardization of herbal drugs such as morphological, microscopical, physico and chemical properties, biological evaluation etc.
  • Morphological studies like observing organoleptic characters; microscopical evaluation of herbal drugs and powdered drugs including stomatal number and stomatal index, vein islet and vein termination, palisade cells determination, quantitative methods.
  • Histochemical analysis of crude drugs.
  • Physical method of analysis covering a wide range of determinations which includes moisture content, specific gravity, density, optical rotation, refractive index, melting point, viscosity, solubility, ash value like total ash, water soluble ash, acid insoluble ash, sulphated ash and extractive value using different appropriate solvents.
  • Phytochemical evaluation of crude extracts which covers preliminary phytochemical studies, acid value, saponification value, ester value, and acetyl value (qualitative and quantitative estimation).
  • Chemical assays to determine chemical constituents such as alkaloid content, phenolic content, total flavonoids etc.
  • Extraction of volatile oils and fixed oils.
  • Isolation and characterization of biologically active phytoconstituents.
  • Formulation and evaluation of herbal formulations.
  • Evaluation of marketed herbal and ayurvedic formulations.

The Department has the following facilities to meet the evolving needs of the herbal and health care industry with advanced research labs. The lab is equipped with sophisticated instruments likeUV-Visible spectrophotometer,ATR, Dissolution apparatus, Tablet punching machine (8 station), Muffle furnace, Microtome, Binocular microscopes, vacuum pump, Deionization unit, Polarimeteretc. In addition, the department has established an herbal drug museum unveiling more than 100 crude drugs and a medicinal plant garden to provide a live experience, inspiring student to get involved in natural product research. The department also maintains herbal museum with a display of crude drugs, herbarium and glossary of medicinal plant photographs to promote herbal research.


In a nutshell, the center is capable of providing activities associated with herbal drug standardization, herbal formulation development to facilitate commercialization, and establishment of pharmacological activities of natural products.









Committee

In pursuance of the prototypical mechanism of ‘Quality Culture’ initiated by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) and recognized by University Grant Commission (UGC), it has been decided to constitute the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) in Faculty of Pharmacy to work in coordination with Internal Quality Assurance Cell of Dr. MGR Educational and research Institute University, Maduravoyal, Chennai.
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell is intended for planning, guiding and monitoring quality assurance and quality enrichment by proper and maximal utilization of the available resources, opportunities and capabilities for rationalizing the efforts and measures taken in solemn pursuit of academic excellence.
The Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute University, shall consist of following members. The membership of the committee shall be valid for a period of two years.

S. No

Name

Designation

Role of the Stakeholder

1

Dr. N. Harikrishnan

Principal

Chairperson

2

Mrs. M. Devi

Assistant Professor

Department IQAC In-charge

3

Dr. S. Nandhakumar

Professor

Internal Member

4

Mrs. S. Gejalakshmi

Associate Professor

Internal Member

5

Dr. R. Senthilraj

Associate Professor

Internal Member

6

Mr. M. Vigneshwar

Assistant Professor

Internal Member

7

Ms. L.Shakthi

Third B.Pharm Student

Internal Member

8

Mr. R. Sanjay

Second B.Pharm Student

Internal Member

9

Mrs. S. Muthukutty

Parent

External Member

10

Mr. M. Deepak

Alumni

External Member

11

Mr. Sanjay Dasmohapatra

President- Technical and Operations at Medopharm Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd

External Member

12

Dr. Vijaya vara Prasad

Dean and Professor, Crescent School of Pharmacy, Chennai.

External Member



The Anti ragging committee of Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute, shall consist of following members.

S. No

Name & Designation of the Member

Role in the Committee

Contact Number

1

Dr.N.Harikrishnan,

Principal cumProfessor

Chair Person

9003059852

2

Dr.S.Nandhakumar,

Professor

Convener

9885861649

3

Mrs.S.Shalini,

Associate Professor

Planning Member

7358537686

4

Dr. B. Geetha,

Associate Professor

Member

8985339074

5

Ms.S.Ranjitha,

Assistant Professor

Member

7871816575

6

Ms.A.Monisha,

Assistant Professor

Member

7010371813

7

Mr. S.Paramanandham-

Retired Superintendent of Police

Member

9840540949

8

Mr.Masilamani,

Boys Hostel-Warden

Member

9585698374

9

Mrs.M.Jayalakshmi,

Girls hostel-Warden

Member

7904560636


Institution Phone number: 044-26800345
Anti-ragging cell:
1800-180-5522
Mail id :
helpline@antiragging.in


The Gender sensitization Cell has been constituted under the POLICY FOR THE PREVENTION, PROHIBITION AND PUNISHMENT OF SEXUAL HARASSMENT OF WOMEN. This policy provides an environment where men and women can work together with a sense of personal security and dignity. For this purpose, the institute has setup gender sensitization cell in July 2017. It also takes care of anti-ragging measures and other sensitive problems.
CONSTITUTION
The Gender sensitization cell of Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute, comprises of the following members.

S. No

Name of the Member

Designation

Designation in the Committee

1

Dr.B.Geetha

Associate Professor

Chair Person

2

Dr. N. Harikrishnan

Professor & Principal

Principal

3

Dr.M.Geethanjali

Assistant Professor

Convenor

4

Mrs.S.Mahirah

Associate Professor

Member

5

Ms.L.Shakthi

Student

Member


The Anti-discrimination cell of Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute, comprises the following members

S. No

Name of the Member

Designation

Designation in the Committee

1

Dr.N.Harikrishnan

Principal cum Professor

Chair Person

2

Dr.R.Senthilraj

Professor

Convenor

3

Dr.S.Gejalakshmi,

Associate Professor

Member

4

Dr.Fathima Grace

Professor

Member

5

Mrs.P.Sai Ramya Bharathi

Assistant Professor

Member

6.

Mr.M.Vigneshwar

Assistant Professor

Member


DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The Cell is constituted to safeguard the interest of students without any prejudice to their caste, creed, religion, language, ethnicity, gender, disability and to eliminate discrimination or harassment against any student in Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. MGR Educational and Research Institute by providing preventive measures to facilitate punishment for those who indulge in any form of discrimination to promote equality among the students.
The Committee will receive complaints from the affected students in terms of discrimination of caste, creed, religion, language, ethnicity, gender, disability and conduct a proper enquiry, and submit a detailed report to the undersigned for suitable action.
The Convener of the Committee should conduct meeting once in every three months and send minutes of the meeting to the Head of the Department.



The student affairs desk at Faculty of Pharmacy, Dr. M.G.R Educational and Research Institute undertakes the activities related to students helping them to undergo a smooth processing of document related procedures.
The constitution of the Student Affairs desk is as follows and the members shall hold their office for a tenure of 2 years.

CONSTITUTION

S. No

Name of the Faculty

Designation

Role

1

Dr. N. Harikrishnan

Principal and Professor

Chairman

2

Dr. S. Nandhakumar

Professor

Officer incharge

3

Mr. M. Vigneshwar

Assistant Professor

Member

4

Ms. R. Divya

Assistant Professor

Member

The functions of the committee shall be as follows.

  • Coordinating the dispersal of University Certificates, informing the Principal and the concerned authorities regarding the day to day concerns met by the students with regard to hostel, mess, transport, etc.
  • The students Affairs desk will provide necessary guidelines to students to obtain the No due certificate from the concerned authorities.
  • Compilation of No Due Certificates with all necessary annexures
  • Communicating with the University officials in obtaining the certificates of the students including Transfer Certificate, Course completion certificate and Migration certificate.
  • Maintenance of all records related to issue of certificates to students.
  • The Students Affairs desk also coordinates the scholarship processing for students offered by Government and Non- government source.
  • Announcement of suitable schemes available from time to time to help students avail scholarships provided by Government and Non- Government organizations
  • Recommending the Head of the institution to avail the Chairman’s Scholarships for meritorious students.
  • Maintenance of all documents related to scholarship.





Faculty Details


S.No.
Name of the Staff
Designation
Department
1
Dr. N. Harikrishnan Professor & Principal Pharmaceutical Analysis
2
Dr. S. Nandhakumar Professor Pharmaceutics
3
Dr S. Gejalakshmi Associate Professor Pharm. Chemistry/Analysis
4
Dr. N. Gopinathan Professor Pharm Chemistry/ Analysis
5
Dr. V. Santhosh Kumar Professor Pharmacology
6
Dr. P.Geetha Professor Pharmacy Practice
7
Dr. S. Valaramathi Professor Pharmaceutics
8
Dr. X. Fatima Grace Professor Pharmaceutics
9
Dr. R.Senthil Raj Professor Pharm. Biotechology
10
Dr. G.V.N Kiranmayi Professor Pharmacology
11
Dr. M. Sudha Associate Professor Pharmacology
12
Dr. Geetha B Associate Professor Pharm. Chemistry/Analysis
13
Dr. S. Evelyn Sharon Associate Professor Pharmacology
14
Dr. M. Geethanajali Assistant Professor Pharmacognosy
15
Dr. T. Vinciya Assistant Professor Pharmacology
16
Dr. S. Anusha Assistant Professor Pharmacy Practice
17
Dr. J. Monisha Assistant Professor Pharmacy Practice
18
Dr. S. Abirami Assistant Professor Pharmacy Practice
19
Mrs. S. Shalini Associate Professor Pharm. Chemistry/Analysis
20
Mrs. S. Mahirah Assistant Professor Pharm Chemistry/ Analysis
21
Mrs. S. Komal Assistant Professor Pharmaceutics
22
Mrs. M. Devi Assistant Professor Pharmacology
23
Mrs. P.Sairamya Bharathi Assistant Professor Pharmaceutics
24
Mr. M. Vigneshwar Assistant Professor Pharmaceutics
25
Ms. Dhivya L. S Assistant Professor Pharm Chemistry/ Analysis
26
Mrs. S. Sridevi Assistant Professor Pharm. Chemistry/Analysis
27
Ms. A.M. Janani Assistant Professor Pharmacology
28
Ms. Monisha A Assistant Professor Pharmacology
29
Ms. Ranjitha S Assistant Professor Pharmacognosy
30
Ms. Divya. R Assistant Professor Pharmaceutics
31
Ms. A.S. Shalini Assistant Professor Pharmacy Practice
32
Ms. Tehseen Javed Assistant Professor Pharmacognosy
33
Mr. V. Anantharaj Assistant Professor Pharmacognosy
34
Ms. Aishwarya P J Assistant Professor Pharmacology
35
Mrs. S. Kavitha Lecturer Pharmacy
36
Mr. S. Balaji Lecturer Pharmacy
37
Ms. S.Santhiya Lecturer Pharmacy
38
Ms. Abirami M Lecturer Pharmacy
39
Ms. Kamali R Lecturer Pharmacy
Publication Details


  • S Gejalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan., S Komal  "A perspective study on APOBEC protein family", International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research, 2019;11(6):15-18

  • S Gejalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N , "Insilico screening of benzene sulfonamide dertivatives for treatment of diabetes mellitus", Journal of global Trends in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2019;10(3):6530-6535

  • Vuppalapati Lavakumar., Cherukuri Sowmya., Narayanan Venkateshan., Velayutham Ravichandiran., Kagithakara Vajravelu Leela., Dr N .Harikrishnan., Jayaraman Anbu "Microcapsuleâted ‘based chronomodulated drug delivery systems of montelukast sodium in the treatment of nocturnal asthma", International Journal of Pharmaceutical Investigation, 2019;8:24-32

  • Dr N Harikrishnan., S Dhanalakshmi., Devi M., Keerthana V., Vijayalakshmi, "Fabrication and evaluation of herbal transdermal film from hibiscus rosa sinensis", International journal of current pharmaceutical research,2019; 11(5):101-105

  • S Gejalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N , "Molecular Docking Study of Quercetein Analogues for Treating Tumours", International Journal of pharmtechResearch, 2019; 12 (4):30-34

  • M Devi., Komal S., Logeshwari B  "Preliminary phytochemistry and antidiabetic activity of portulaca grandiflora hook plant extract on streptozotocin-induced diabetes in rats", Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research,  2019;12(2):87-90

  • N. Harikrishnan., Anas S. Mohamied., S. Gejalakshmi  "Development of nanoparticulate drug delivery system from marine source against human immunodeficiency virus marine study", Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 2020;13(1):38-40

  • Vivekanandan.K, Bhavya E., Dr. N. Harikrishnan "Epidemiological study on diabetes patients along with patient interaction and counseling", Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 2020;13(3):165-167

  • S Dhanalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N., B A Tanisha., G Pooja., L Yuvarani., A Sajina Begum., M Tharun Kumar., A Santhosh "A perspective view on nanosponge drug delivery system", Drug Invention Today, 2020;14(3):438-445

  • C N Hemalatha., S Dhanalakshmi., S Indumathi., D Pavithra., Dr N Harikrishnan N "Methods of induction of Alzheimer's disease in rat and mice", Drug Invention Today, 20201;4(3):381-386

  • Anusha Sundararaman., S Dhanalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N., Logesh V., Ganesh S., Shakthi Priya P., Janani N., Srinivasan M., Prabakaran S  "A review on curcumin "Antidepressant bioenhancer activity", Drug Invention Today, 2020;13(4), 571-574

  • S Gejalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N , "A mini voyage on the pathogenesis of multiple sclerosis", Drug Invention Today, 2020;13(5):766-769

  • Babu, P.; Bhuvaneswari, K.; Vivekanandan, K.; Harikrishnan, N."A review the phytochemical and pharmacological profile of Tephrosia maxima", Drug Invention Today, 2020,13(6):831-833

  • S Gejalakshmi., Pooja G., Tanisha B A , "Formulation and evaluation of polyherbal hair oil", Drug Invention Today, 2020;13(1):186-188

  • Senthilraj R., Swetha V., Kavitha S., Haripriya A., Tharunkumar M., Santhosh A , "Screening of antibacterial activity of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs against selected pathogens", Drug Invention Today,2020;14(5):692-696

  • Gomathi G D., Gopala krishnan., Uma sudhakar., Dr. N. Harikrishnan., Nandha kumar sathyamoorthy., Nimisha mithradas , "Effect of a Novel polyherbal Mouthwash on Dental Biofilm Induced Gingivitis ", Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 2020;12(1):43-48

  • S Gejalakshmi., Dr. N. Harikrishnan, "Newer Potential Pharmacological Targets for Multiple Sclerosis", Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, 2020;12(2):301-304

  • Fatima Sanjeri Dasankoppa, Hasan pasha N Sholapur, Andanesh Byahatti, Zaheer Abbas, Komal S, Kundu Subrata , "Application of Response Surface Optimization Methodology in Designing Ordispersible Tablets of Antdiabetic Drug", Journal of Young Pharmacists, Vol. 2020;12(2):173-177

  • Dhivya.R "Amelioration of Cognitive Deficits, Oxidative Damage, Neurochemical Alteration by Bauhinia purpurea (stem bark) on Scopolamine Induced Amnesia", Journal of Young Pharmacists, 2020;12(3):1-8

  • M Devi, S Dhanalakshmi2, GE Thillai Govindarajan3, BA Tanisha3, Talluri Sonalika3, JE Ruth3, T Avinash3, C Jethendra Sri3, K Logeswaran3, M Nithish Ramasamy3 , "A Review on Phaseolus vulgaris Linn.,¦.", Pharmacognosy Journal, 2020;12(5):1160-1164

    Indhumathi S., Kumar K Siva , "A Review on Medicated Chewing Gum and its Role in Mouth Ulcers", Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 2020,13(1):481-484

  • Gomathi, G D; Gopalakrishnan, S; Sudhakar, Uma; Fathima, Shifa; Nandhakumar, S; Novel Peroxide Peroxide Gel for Management of Stage II Periodontitis,Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research; 2020;12(3) : 452-456

  • Hemalatha C.N, Janani N., Vanishree S., Harikrishnan.N, "Role of Histone Deacetylase (HDAC) Inhibitors for the Treatment of Cutaneous T-Cell Lymphoma (CTCL)", Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 2020;13(6):2963-2965

  • S Gejalakshmi., N.Harikrishnan., Thillai govindarajan G. E., Divyasri A , "Microwave assisted synthesis of tetrahydropyrmidine and in silico screening of antidiabetic drug", International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research, 2020;12(1):10-13V. Keerthana., S Dhanalakshmi., Dr. N. Harikrishnan (2020), "a perspective review on applications of nanoparticle mediated drug delivery to the CNS", International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research, 2020;12(1):1-4

  • S.Gejalakshmi., Tanisha B.A., Sruthi S., Tharun kumar M., Senthilraj R (2020), "Phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activity of azadirachta indica and plectranthus amboinicus extract", International journal of current pharmaceutical research, 2020;12(1):14-17

  • Komal S., Dr. N. Harikrishnan "Design, optimization and statistical evaluation of oral reconstituted suspension of clarithromycin using ion exchange resins", Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 2020;13(3):53-60

  • S. Gejalakshmi. Harikrishnan , "The Pathogenesis of Multiple Sclerosis", Acta Scientific Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2020;4(5):15-18

    Dr.R. Senthilraj, "Screening of multi bioactive metabolites producing microorganism from garden soil of Dr. M. G. R educational and research institute, Chennai", International journal of current pharmaceutical research, 2020;12(3):97-100

  • Sathyamoorthy N., Chintamaneni P.K., Chinni S. , "Plausible role of combination of Chlorpromazine hydrochloride and Teicoplanin against COVID-19", Medical Hypotheses,2020;14(4):1-3

  • C N Hemalatha., A Haripriya., P Sharmili., Dr. N. Harikrishnan, "A review on regorafenib as multikinase inhibitor", Drug Invention Today, 2020;13: Vol. 13, 19-22

  • A. Ramya, M. Manoj Kumar Raja, E. Bhavya, Vivekananadan K, Ecthyma Gangrenosum - Source reduction along with empirical antibiotics and wound care Helps to Treat Serious Infections, Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics,2020;11(1):

    30-32

  • S. Dhanalakshmi*, N. Srinivasan, S.Anusha N. Harikrishnan, A Statistical Analysis of Pandemic COVID – 19, in Selected Europe vasianCountries, 2020;110(60):20440-20447

  • Srinivasan N and S. Dhanalakshmi,A Review on Ethnobotanical, Phytohemical and Pharmacological Significance of Elaeocarpus serratus Linn.2020;10(60)19534-19539

  • Srinivasan N, Ragupathi R Manikandan R Murali R and Dhanalakshmi S, Histology and phytochemical analysis of stem of ziziphus

    Oenoplia (l) mill, IJBPAS, 2020;19(9):  2410-2423

  • S. Dhanalakshmi1*, S. Jayakumari and N. Harikrishnan,A Novel Isolation and Spectral Characterization of Protein Isolates fromRed Marine Sea Weed, Indian Journal of Natural Sciences,2020;10(61);27455-27462

  • C.K. Senthilkumar, A. Chandrasekaran,N.Harikrishnan, R.Ravishankar,Measurement of 226Ra, 232Th and 40K and the associated radiological hazards in Ponnai river sand,Tamilnadu, India using Gamma ray spectrometry, International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry,2020(e print)

  • Gejalakshmi. Harikrishnan, Novel coronavirus -19:A Global threat -Indian statistical Data, Acta  Scientific Pharmacology,2020.1(9)11-15

  • S Gejalakshmi.,  Harikrishnan N,In-Vitro and In-Silico Alpha Glucucosidase Inhibitory activity of Oroxylum indicum. Research journal of pharmacognosy and phytochemistry. 2021;13(3):119-125

  • Devi.M,Chandralekha,Kanimozhi,Black Fungus  Mucormycosis: An Overview . Shanghai Ligong Daxue Xuebao/Journal of University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. 2021;23(10):465-469

  • Senthilnathan B., Vivekanandan K., Bhavya E., Masilamani., Priya B Swarna. Impact of Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery System of Herbal Drug in Control of Diabetes Mellitus. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology. 2019;12(4):1688-1694

  • Keerthana V., M Deepak., E Ester Rani., S Dhanalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N., C Dhivya. Development and Optimization of Natural Colourant from Microbial Pigment. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology. 2019;12(7):3475-3478

  • Dhanalakshmi, S; Harikrishnan, N; Janani, N; Priya, P Shakthi; Srinivasan, M The Overview: Recent Studies on Endometrial Cancer. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology. 2021;14(7):3998-4002

  • SenthilrajR; Harikrishnan, N; Swetha, V; Kavitha, S; Basha, T Gous; et alDetermination of Thiamine Hydrochloride in Commonly used food Materials-Rice by UV-Spectrophotometric Methods. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology. 2021;14(7):3621-3624

  • C N Hemalatha., Jagadeesan B., Janani N., Aniesh Kumar A., Harinathan R., Dr. N. Harikrishnan N. A Review Study on Cellulitis. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2021;12(2):1552-1558

  • Kayalvizhi S., Hemamalini Baskaran., Priyanka J., Komal S., Dr. N. Harikrishnan N., S Gejalakshmi., Mohan Kumar A., Sriram G M. Novel herbs and drugs for endometriosis management: A review on current and futuristic therapies. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2021;12(2):1404-1414

  • S Gejalakshmi.,  Harikrishnan N., Rehka V., Santhiya S., Deepak M., Sanjay Kumar M., Jasim Ahmed J. Complementary Review Of Anti Arthritis Activity Of Pithcellobium Dulce Plant Extract. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2020;11(SP4):1377-1385

  • S Gejalakshmi.,  Harikrishnan N., Anas Mohammied. Molecular dynamic properties and Insilico screening of neuroprotective activity of Clitoria ternatea against Glutamate receptors. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2020;11(4):7043-7047

  • S Gejalakshmi.,  Harikrishnan n. Yoga a Curative Therapy to Treat Multiple Sclerosis. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2020;11(4):6834-6836

  • C .N. Hemalatha., MehurnishaK., Preethi B., KeerthanaV ,Harikrishnan N. Antioxidant Activity of Kiwi Fruit (Actindia Chinensis). International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2020;11(4):6810-6817

  • Harikrishnan N., S Gejalakshmi., C N Hemalatha., Pavankumar V. RP-HPLC Method Development and Validation for the Estimation of Midostaurin in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Dosage Form. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2020;11(4):5108-5112

  • Harikrishnan N., Vjaya Vara Prasad M., S Gejalakshmi., Babu S. Stability indicating RP-HPLC method development and validation for the simultaneous estimation of Pibrentasvir and Glecaprevir in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2019;10(3):1841-1846

  • S Gejalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N. Molecular Docking Study of Quercetein Analogues for Treating Tumours. International Journal of pharmtech Research. 2019;12(4):30-34

  • S Gejalakshmi., Dr N Harikrishnan N. Molecular Docking Study of Quercetein Analogues for Treating Tumours. International Journal of pharmtech Research. 2019;12(4):30-34

  • Senthilnathan B., Vivekanandan K.,BhavyaE., Chaarmila Sherin C.,Billy Graham R.. Anticancer nano formulation of imatinib with chitosan polymer. International Journal of Drug Delivery Technology. 2019;9(1):58-64

  • S Dhanalakshmi., Srinivasan N., Anusha Sundararaman., Dr. N. Harikrishnan N. A Statistical Analysis of Pandemic COVID  19, in Selected Europe Vs Asian Countries. Indian journal of natural sciences. 2020;10(60):20440-20447

  • Tanisha BA., Sruthi S., Tharun kumar M., S Gejalakshmi., Senthilraj R. Phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activity of azadirachta indica and plectranthusamboinicus extract. International journal of current pharmaceutical research. 2020;12(1):14-17

  • S Gejalakshmi., Harikrishnan N., Thillai govindarajanG. E., DivyasriA. Microwave assisted synthesis of tetrahydropyrmidine and in silico screening of antidiabetic drug. International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research. 2020;12(1):10-13

  • E Bhavya, M Pavitra Devi, P Shanmugasundaram, Vivekanandan.K Assessment of Knowledge Attitude and Practice on Covid 19 Awareness among Indian Population Annals of R.S.C.B.,  ,2021;25(5):

  • Hemalatha C N, Jagadeesan B, Janani N, Aniesh Kumar A, Harinathan R, & Harikrishnan N. A Review Study on Cellulitis. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2021;12(2), 1552-1558.

  • N.Harikrishnan,Gejalakshmi.S,Pavan Kumar,RP-HPLC Method Development and validation for the simultaneous Estimation of Ledipasvir and Sofosbuvir in fixed dosage form,International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Research,2021;12(7)1000-06

  • Narayanaswamy Harikrishnan, Gejalakshmi Subramanian ,C.N.Hemalatha and Pavankumar.V RP-HPLC Method Development and Validation for the Estimation of Midostaurin in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Dosage Form

  • Gejalakshmi.S,Harikrishnan.N,Divyasri.A,Thillai Govindrajan.G.E,Review on Medicinal Importance of Moringa OliferaLeaf for treatinganemicConditions, International Journal of Life science and Pharma Research;2021; 11(2)174-180

    Gejalakshmi.S,Harikrishnan.N,Design Synthesis and Invitro Screening of New Analogues from Quercetein Lead-A Potential Candidate as Antidiabetic;2021,13(3)1157-1163

  • S.Komal Novel herbs and drugs for endometriosis management: A review on current and futuristic therapies, International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical sciences.,2021; 12(2) 1404-14

  • K.Vivekanandan, N Venkatesh Role of Doxycycline in Covid-19-A Review, Annals of R.S.C.B, 2021;25( 5) 3686 - 88

    Gejalakshmi.S,Harikrishnan.N,A perspective study of clitoria ternate and its Pharmacological importance, High Technology Letters;2021; 27 (5)443-451

  • Gejalakshmi.S,Harikrishnan.N, Kayalvizhi ,Medicinal aspects and importance of Swertia Chirata, High Technology Letters,2021;

    Hemalatha.C.N, Hemalatha C.N* , Thangavel.V, Keerthana.V, Harikrishnan.N,Therapeutic perspective: antivenom and herbal antidotes,High Technology Letters,2021: 27(5)110-120

  • S.Shalini , N. Harikrishnan, C.N. Hemalatha Evaluation of antibacterial activity in biosynthesized silver nano particles,High Technology Letters,2021;27(5)491-49

  • Senthilraj.R, Swetha.V ,Masilamani.K , Harikrishnan.N,Reviewonantimicrobial methods and their current need,High Technology Letters,2021;27(6)1-10

  • S. Shalini , N. Harikrishnan ,Novel Antihyperglycemic agent – Teneligliptin,High Technology Letters,2021; 27(5)414-421

    Geetha.B*, Sharmili.P, Esther Rani.E, Haripriya.A, Nandhini.M, Yuvashri.N, Harikrishnan.N Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor Gamma(Ppar-Γ): A Potential Target For Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus,2021;13(3) 1451-1456

  • S. Shalini , N. Harikrishnan ,Role of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine in the management of life threatening pandemic covid-19,nternational Journal of Pharmaceutical Research ;2021;13(3):1389-1394

  • Masilamani.K,Vigneshwar M, Senthilnathan B, Manvizhi K, Senthilraj R, Formulation and evaluation of n-acetyl cysteine, High technology letters2021; 27(6),231-239

  • N.Harikrishnan, Vijaya Vara Prasad, Gejalakshmi Subramanian, Babu P, Stability indicating RP-HPLC method development and validation for the simultaneous estimation of Pibrentasvir and Glecaprevir in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form International Journal of Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences 10(3):2019.

  • Senthilnathan. B, Vivekanandan. K, Bhavya. E, D.Masilamani, Swarna Priya. B, Impact of Nano particulate Drug Delivery System of Herbal Drug in Control of Diabetes Mellitus, Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 2019; 12(4): p.1688-1694

  • Senthilnathan B, Vivekanandan K, Bhavya E, Chaarmila Sherin C, Billy Graham R, Anticancer Nano Formulation of Imatinib with Chitosan Polymer, International Journal of Drug Delivery Technology 2019; 9(1); p.58-64

  • S. Dhanalakshmi, C.N.Hemalatha, Sai Ramya Bharathi, C.Dhivya, S.Vanishree, V.Rekha, V.Vijayalakshmi, A.HariPriya, Sai Monisha, Optimization method for determination of swelling factor of LinumusitatissimumSeeds, Pharmacognosy Journal, Volume 11 ,Issue (5), 1 -8, 2019

  • S.Dhanalakshmi, N.HariKrishnan, C.Dhivya, V.Keerthan, M.Deepak, E.Ester Rani, Development and Optimization of Natural Colorant from Microbial species,   Research Journal of Pharmacy and technology June, Volume 12 (7),2019,3475 -3478.

  • S. Dhanalakshmi, S. Jayakumari, A review on the pharmacognostical, ecology and pharmacological Studies on marine red algae – Hypneavalentiae,   International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Research, March 2019,  Vol. 10(3),1000-1007.

  • Vivekanandan. K, Harikrishnan. N, Bhavya. E, Babu P, Nandhakumar. S, Formulation and Evaluation of Floating Drug Delivery of an , Anti-Hypertensive Drug, Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 11(11): November 2018, p.4785-4796

  • Vivekanandan.K, Bhavya E, Stalin .C, Lakshmi Prasanna T,  Xanthine oxidase inhibitory activity of rhus mysorensis leaves, Asian Journal of pharmaceutical and clinical research, 11(4):1-2, 2018.

  • S. Dhanalakshmi, C. Dhivya, N. Harikrishnan, Development of eco-friendly mosquito       repellents with emphasis on herbal formulation and evaluation. DIT, 10(3), 412-15, 2018.

  • C. Dhivya, S. Dhanalakshmi, V. Chitra, Sattar Hawari, Alleviation of polycystic ovarian syndrome by hydroalcoholic leaf extract of Aegle marmelos (L). Correa in letrozole-induced rat model. DIT, 10(7), 2146-50, 2018

  • Vivekanandan.K, Harikrishnan.N, Bhavya.E, Colon Targeted Drug Delivery System: An Overview, International Journal of Pharmacy & Technology, Vol. 10, Issue No.2, June-2018, 6619-6635.

  • S. Dhanalakshmi, C. Dhivya, A Perspective Studies on Herbalism for the Preventive of PCOS. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 11(12):1-8, 2018

  • Rajalaxmi. V, Shalini. V, Yuvarani. G, Tharani. G, Dhanalakshmi. S , Impact of Pelvic Floor Muscle Training with behavioral Modification and Yoga on Pain and Psychological distress in Vulvodynia - A Double Blinded Randomized Control Trials. Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 11(10): 4447-4451, 2018.

  • Gejalakshmi S, Harikrishnan N, Design, Synthesis, Characterizations and Pharmacological Evaluation of Some Novel Substituted Pyrimidine 2-one Derivatives. IJCS, 16(3):1-8,2018

  • S. Gejalakshmi, N. Harikrishnan, In silico screening for alpha glycosidase inhibitors of chromone derivatives .J. Global trends pharm sci, ,9(3): 5738- 44,  2018;

  • Gejalakshmi S, Dhanalakshmi S, Harikrishnan N, Synthesis Characterization and Evaluation of Novel Substituted Azole Derivatives Der Pharma Chemica, 10(9): 76-81, 2018.

  • Gejalakshmi S, Harikrishnan N, Muralidaran P, Synthesis of Fused Triazolo Thiadiazine Moeties Possessing Anti-inflammatory Activity. Der Pharma Chemica, 10(3): 114-117, 2018

  • Girija K, Indhumathi S Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Study of 1, 2-Disubstituted Benzimidazoles. IJCS.16(4):1-7,2018

  • S. Dhanalakshmi and N. Harikrishnan, Pharmacovigilance of herbal drugs in poly arthritic patients, IJPSR, 8(10): 1000-06, 2017.

  • S. Dhanalakshmi, N. Harikrishnan, A Perspective Study on Antioxidant activity of Neriumoleander (flower), Research J. Pharm. and Tech. 10(10), 1827-30, 2017.

  • Gejalakshmi Subramaniam, Palayyan Muralidharan,  In silico Screening of Thiazolidine 4-one Derivatives for Antitumor Activity,  PTB Reports, 3(2): 35-38, 2017

  • Gejalakshmi Subramaniam, Palayyan Muralidharan, Evaluation of erogenic activity of hydroalcoholic extract of lemanea fluviatilis in rats.Wjpr, 6(15):663-674, 2017.












Placement Cell


Introduction

The Placement Cell plays a crucial role in locating job opportunities for Under Graduates and Post Graduates passing out from the college by keeping in touch with reputed firms and industrial establishments. The Placement Cell operates round the year to facilitate contacts between companies and graduates. The number of students placed through the campus interviews is continuously rising. On invitation, many reputed industries visit the institute to conduct interviews.
We have been successful in maintaining our high placement statistics over the years and the fact that our students bear the recession blues with record breaking placements itself is a testimony to our quality. Our ingenious alumnae have set new standards in the corporate world through their estimable contributions and it is my firm conviction that we will continue that legacy in the years to come.
The Placement Cell organizes career guidance programmes for all the students starting from first year. The cell arranges training programmes like Mock Interviews, Group Discussions, Communication Skills Workshop etc. and it also organizes Public Sector Exam Training for students who are interested to join Government Sectors. It also invites HR Managers from different industries to conduct training programmes for final year students.


Objectives

  • Developing the students to meet the Industries recruitment process.
  • To motivate students to develop Technical knowledge and soft skills in terms of career planning, goal setting.
  • To motivate students, aspire for higher studies and guiding them to take competitive exams such as GPAT, TOEFL, GRE, UPSC, TNPSC etc
  • Aiming to Place the maximum number of students through campus & off-campus interviews conducted by the top companies.

Placement and Career Guidance Cell

 

S.No

Name

Designation

Role in the Committee

1

Dr. N. Harikrishnan

Professor and Principal,
Faculty of Pharmacy

Chairman

2

Dr. C. Balakrishnan

Dean - Placement,
Dr. M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute

Institutional
Member

3

Mr. M. Vigneshwar

Assistant Professor,
Faculty of Pharmacy

Placement Coordinator

4

Ms. A.Janani

Assistant Professor,
Faculty of Pharmacy

Member

5

Mr. Dev R

UG Student

Member

6

Ms.Priya T

UG Student

Member

7

Mr.Sakthi R

PG Student

Member


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Ph.D.,Principal and Professor

Phone: +91 44-26800345, +91 9003059852
E-mail: principal-pharmacy[at]drmgrdu[dot]ac[dot]in

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