Shri Shankaracharya College of Pharmaceutical Sciences

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About Shri Shankaracharya College of Pharmaceutical Sciences



The First University in India to be named after ADI- SHRI SHANKARACHARYA and blessed by all present Jagadgurus.

Shri Shankaracharya College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSCPS) was established in 2019 to inculcate professionally competent manpower in the field of pharmaceutical sciences. The institute has the necessary infrastructure and approval from the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI). It is affiliated with Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, till 2025. Additionally, in 2023 it became a constituent college under Shri Shankaracharya Professional University (SSPU), Bhilai. Shri Shankaracharya Professional University (SSPU) is the first university in India to be named after Adi-Shri Shankaracharya and blessed by all present Jagadgurus. This university was established on June 9, 2020, under the Chhattisgarh Private University (Establishment and Operation) Act, 2005 (No.13 of 2005) vide amendment Act 2020 (No. 12 of 2020) as Shri Shankaracharya Professional University (SSPU), Bhilai.

SSCPS is the pioneer institute in the state of Chhattisgarh. The institute provides pharmacy courses such as D.Pharm. and B.Pharm. The institute has highly qualified faculty members with expertise in their respective areas. The faculty of the institute is actively involved in research activities. Faculty members have been invited to deliver invited talks at various conferences. Faculty members have published more than seventy international and national papers in various reputed journals. The institute has a well-established laboratory and library with all the necessary instruments and books. Our institute is honoured with the award for excellent contribution in pharmaceutical education and research in Healthcare leadership conclave and awards held at Delhi, 2021. This is the only college in Chhattisgarh who received the approved Adverse Drug Reactions Monitoring Centre (AMCs) by National Coordinating Centre (NCC) - Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI), Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC), Ghaziabad.

 

Institute Highlights

  • Established in 2019
  • Approved by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi
  • Affiliated to Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai
  • Constituent college under Shri Shankaracharya Professional University (SSPU), Bhilai.
  • Qualified Faculties
  • Digital Classrooms
  • Enlightening and Enriching Academic Ambience
  • Equipped Laboratory and Library
  • Wi-Fi Campus
  • Hi-Tech Audio-Visual Section
  • Top notch placements
  • Government funded national projects and seminar grants
  • More than 15 Indian patents published and granted
  • ADR monitoring centre approved by Indian pharmacopeia commission
  • Hospital internship facility
  • Industrial training and visit programs

 


Director's Desk

I am glad to be a part of Shri Shankaracharya College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSCPS), Bhilai, as a Director.

Quality education is not confined to the walls of a classroom. Education is the never-ending process of expanding one's knowledge beyond the confines of the classroom and putting it to use in the service of society and the nation. Our mission at SSCPS is to provide excellence in education and inspire our students to become wise individuals with character and spirituality.

Future wisdom and scope: In India, the health sector needs quality pharmacy professionals in hospitals and pharmaceutical industries to keep patients healthy and develop novel drugs to provide effective therapy. Thus, our prime goal is to provide quality education, enhance employability skills, and inspire higher education in the pharmaceutical world.

Swarnali Das

Dr. Swarnali Das Paul
B. Pharm., M. Pharm., Ph.D.
Director, SSCPS, Bhilai

 

VISION

  • To become an eminent institute that provides education and research in pharmaceutical sciences, which will produce qualified pharmacy professionals who will contribute to the socio-economic development of the country.
  • Our vision at SSCPS is to promote a research environment where faculty, staff, and students can conduct results-oriented research.

MISSION

  • To impart high-quality technical education and training that enables students to acquire in-depth knowledge and expertise in the field of pharmaceutical sciences
  • To inculcate high morals, professional and ethical values in our students and transform them into quality service providers.
  • To create a dynamic, ever-changing environment of continuous education and further studies to comply with professional, economic, and social standards.
  • To promote innovation, research, and entrepreneurship as a means to meet challenges and encourage collaboration.


Programmes Offered

Programme

Duration

Mode

Eligibility

Tuition Fees

Diploma in Pharmacy [D.Pharm]

2 years

Yearly

10 + 2 or equivalent

Rs. 57,000/- per year

Bachelor of Pharmacy [B.Pharm]

4 years

Semester

10 + 2 or equivalent

Rs. 37,000/- per semester

Master in Pharmacy [M.Pharm]

2 years

Semester

B.Pharm with or without GPAT

Rs. 50,000/- per semester

Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences

-

-

As per UGC norms

Rs. 2,57,000/- (Total)


Committees


Anti-Ragging Committee & Squad

(For Academic Session 2023-24)

S. No.

Name

Designation

Position

Contact No.

  1.  

Dr Swarnali Das Paul

Professor and Director

Chair-Person

9977258200

  1.  

Dr. Jaya Shree

Associate Professor

Member

9691279696

  1.  

Mr Anshul Ram

Assistant Professor

Member

8839702622

  1.  

Mr. Umashankar Nirmalkar

Assistant Professor

Member

9098841011

  1.  

Ms. Hemlata

Assistant Professor

Member

8839591560

  1.  

Mr. Ansh Gupta

Student

Member

8435696956

  1.  

Miss Surbhi Patel

Student

Member

9516880528

 

Gender Sensitization Cell

(For Academic Session 2023-24)

S. No.

Name

Designation

Position

Contact No

  1.  

Dr. Jaya Shree

Associate Professor

In-Charge

9691279696

  1.  

Mrs. Malti Diwan

Assistant Professor

Member

9827423424

  1.  

Miss Pooja Gadkari

Assistant Professor

Member

8103480196

  1.  

Miss Neha Mandle

Assistant Professor

Member

7974098531

 

Grievance Cell

(For Academic Session 2023-24)

S. No.

Name

Designation

Position

Contact No

  1.  

Mrs. Malti Diwan

Assistant Professor

In-charge

9827423424

  1.  

Dr. Saurabh Shrivastava

Associate Professor

Member

9098841011

  1.  

Dr. Suman Shrivastava

Assistant Professor

Member

9685062754

  1.  

Mr. Umashankar Nirmalkar

Assistant Professor

Member

9098841011

 

Placement & Carrier Guidance Cell

(For Academic Session 2023-24)

S. No.

Name

Designation

Position

Contact No

  1.  

Mr. Jhakeshwar Prashad

Assistant Professor

Member

7974106153

  1.  

Mr. Akash Dewangan

Assistant Professor

Member

8319348672

  1.  

Dr. Jaya Shree

Associate Professor

Member

9691279696

  1.  

Mr. Umesh Naktode

Assistant Professor

Member

8109564933

  1.  

Mr. Mahendra Verma

Assistant Professor

Member

9340368921

 

Anti-Discrimination Cell

(For Academic Session 2023-24)

S. No.

Name

Designation

Position

Contact No

  1.  

Mr. Anshul Ram

Assistant Professor

In-Charge

8839702622

  1.  

Mr. Jhakeshwar Prashad

Assistant Professor

Member

7974106153

  1.  

Mr. Siddharth Sahu

Assistant Professor

Member

8962744414

  1.  

Miss Laxmi Rao

Assistant Professor

Member

9617118250


Publication Metrics


Facilities

 

2 Indian patents are granted to Dr. Swarnali Das Paul

  • Topical dosage form of apremilast for managing ocular hypertension (Application number: 202011034083, Patent  number: 374314)
  • Atazanavir nanocrystal formulation (Application number: 202011038816, Patent number: 393527)

6 patents are published by Dr. Swarnali Das Paul

  • Novel delivery system of amfenac
  • Colon targeted drug delivery system of anticancer bioactives
  • Novel topical formulation with bioflavonoid for kangri cancer
  • Nanodelivery system of a chemotherapeutic agent with herbal bioenhancer
  • Development of bioflavonoid loaded nanoparticles for anticancer activity
  • Formulation and evaluation of diacerin and hesperidine loaded  nanocarrier system for topical use

9 patents are published by Mr. Jhakeshwar Prasad

  • A Retroprospective Data analysis of Lung cancer related aspects
  • Machine learning based big data analytics of patients suffering from cancer
  • A machine learning based approach for early prediction of Neurodegenerative disorder
  • Artificial intelligence based approach to analyse the neurological disorder that erupt during Covid-19 Pandemic
  • Machine learning based approach to study and analyse the antibacterial effects of silver nanoparticles for healing dental issues
  • Artificial intelligence based approach to analyse the therapeutic effect of drugs that are obtained from marine in the treatment of cancer
  • Machine learning based approach to predict the various myelosuppression agent can be used along with hydroxyurea in improving the condition of sickle cell anemia
  • Artificial intelligence based approach to study the impact of topical nano adjuvants for eradication of skin cancer
  • Systematic framework integrated with machine learning approaches for identification and directed delivery of nanoparticles to tumour.

 

Paper publications in 2022

  • 4 Papers are published by Dr. Swarnali Das Paul in international journals
  • 3 Papers are published by Dr. Rajesh Choudhary in international journals
  • 1 Paper is published by Mrs. Malti Sao in an international journal
  • 2 Papers are published by Mr. Jhakeshwar Prasad in international journals
  • 1 Paper is published by Mr. Siddharth Kumar Sahu in an international journal

ADVERSE DRUG REACTION MONITORING CENTRES (AMCs)

The National Coordinating Centre (NCC) - Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI), Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC), Ghaziabad has approved Shri Shankaracharya College of Pharmaceutical Sciences (SSCPS), Bhilai as Adverse Drug Reactions Monitoring Centre (AMCs).

 

Background

The Central Drugs Standard Control Organisation (CDSCO), New Delhi, under the aegis of Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India has initiated a nation-wide pharmacovigilance programme in July, 2010, with the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi as the National Coordinating Centre (NCC) for monitoring Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) in the country to safe-guard Public Health. In year 2010, 22 ADR monitoring centres (AMCs) including AIIMS, New Delhi had been set up under this Programme. To ensure implementation of this programme in a more effective way, the National Coordinating Centre was then shifted from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi to the Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission (IPC), Ghaziabad, (U.P.) in April, 2011.

The mission of Pharmacovigilance Programme of India (PvPI) is to safeguard the health of the Indian population by ensuring that the benefit of use of medicine outweighs the risks associated with its use. Since there exist considerable social and economic consequences of adverse drug reactions and the positive benefit/cost ratio of implementing appropriate risk management - there is a need to engage healthcare professionals and the public at large, in a well structured programme to build synergies for monitoring adverse drug reactions in the country.

The purpose of the PvPI is to collate data, analyze it and use the inferences to recommend informed regulatory interventions, besides communicating risks to healthcare professionals and the public. The broadened patient safety scope of pharmacovigilance includes the detection of medicines of substandard quality as well as prescribing, dispensing and administration errors. Counterfeiting, antimicrobial resistance, and the need for real time surveillance in mass vaccinations are other pharmacovigilance challenges which need to be addressed.

 

Scope and Objectives

  • To create a nation-wide system for patient safety reporting
  • To identify and analyze new signal from the reported cases
  • To analyze the benefit - risk ratio of marketed medications
  • To generate evidence based information on safety of medicines
  • To support regulatory agencies in the decision-making process on use of medications
  • To communicate the safety information on use of medicines to various stakeholders to minimize the risk
  • To emerge as a national centre of excellence for pharmacovigilance activities
  • To collaborate with other national centres for the exchange of information and data management
  • To provide training and consultancy support to other national pharmacovigilance centres across globe
  • To promote rational use of medicine


Events


National Pharmacy Week 2023

During National Pharmacy Week, SSCPS organized a pharma-expo, inter-college competitions, and cultural activities. The Indian Pharmaceutical Association celebrates National Pharmacy Week every year during the third week of November. The major focus of NPW celebrations is to create awareness amongst the public, other healthcare providers, and the authorities, about the NPW theme in particular. This is in addition to the pharmacy profession and the role of pharmacists in general. There was an Inter-College Competition on 25 November 2022 to mark National Pharmacy Week.

Diabetes Awareness Program

World Diabetes Day provides an opportunity to raise awareness of diabetes as a global public health issue. This is an opportunity to discuss what needs to be done, collectively and individually, for better prevention, diagnosis and management of the condition. SSCPS has organized a door to door awareness programme and Nukkad Natak about diabetes at Bhendsar village on 14 November.2022.

World Pharmacist Day

World Pharmacist Day 2022 & Pharma-Club Inauguration held on 26th September 2022.This year World Pharmacist Day started with some extra energetic words by our world famous speaker Dr. Kishore Dutta. Our Chief Guest Dr. J. P. Meshram Sir, CMHO, District Hospital, Durg inaugurated the Pharma-Club on this special day.

Medical Camp

The National Service Scheme team from SSCPS & SSPU organized a medical camp with some major body checkups on 7 October. These events are inaugurated with the blessing of Shri IP Mishra sir and he delivers a motivational speech to the volunteers & the team. We are particularly thankful to the deputy registrar of SSPU, the principal of SSCPS, and the doctors and nurses of SSIMS Bhilai.

National Pharmacovigilance Week 2022

During the Pharmacovigilance week, students and members of the NSS_SSCPS unit visited High & Higher Secondary Schools and presented their vision of the Pharmacovigilance Program through pamphlets and Nukkad Natak performance. The event aims to improve patient safety and welfare by monitoring drug safety and reducing medication-related risks in the Indian population.

Awarded for Excellent contribution of Pharmacovigilance awareness Program by Indian Pharmacopeia commission at New Delhi.
Dr. Swarnali Das received an award for her excellent contribution to the pharmacovigilance awareness program at the Healthcopia conclave in Delhi on November 25, 2021.

 

Industry Visit by Students in the year 2022-2023

 

Akums Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Limited, Haridwar:

Akums Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Limited is an internationally recognized WHO-GMP-certified contract manufacturer of pharmaceuticals. Akums has rapidly emerged as the premier integrated pharmaceutical company in India. Its business focus is on manufacturing & marketing pharmaceutical products along with serving clients across the globe. Akums is India’s single largest Contract Research and Manufacturing (CRAMS) organization responsible for manufacturing approximately 11-12 % of all drugs consumed in the country. The organization offers a comprehensive range of services starting from formulation development to market launch. Akums has emerged as an integrated solution provider for companies seeking specific development and business goals. Along with its core service offering, the company offers advanced solutions for formulation development and testing. Akums's total revenue stood at more than INR 21 Billion in the financial year 2019-20, growing at a rate of more than 20% over the past year.

The SSCPS organized a visit to an industrial facility for B.Pharm VII students from 12-18 December 2022 at Akums Drugs & Pharmaceuticals Ltd, Haridwar.

 

9M India Private Limited, Raipur

9M India Private Limited is a private company. It is a non-government company registered with the Registrar of Companies of Chattisgarh State. At the time of registration, 9M India Private Limited had an authorized share capital of Rs. 1000000 and a paid-up capital of Rs. 50000. The company is engaged in automotive and special pharmaceutical products, as well as branded and industrial products.


Ganesh Bakery Pvt. Ltd. (Parle-G) Raipur

 

Pharma-Club Inauguration

The inauguration of Pharma-Club took place on 26th September with Chief Guest, Dr. JP Meshram Sir, CMHO, District Hospital, Durg.

 

Children’s Day Program

Children's Day is celebrated across India to raise awareness about the rights, education, and welfare of children. It is celebrated on 14 November every year on the birthday of the First Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. He was known to be fond of children.

In celebration of Children's Day on 14th November, our Units of NSS_SSCPS & Pharma-Club gathered with students, played some difficult games, and had fun. Students from the school have also prepared mindfulness models that have a special effect on everyone.

 

National Science Day

On the occasion of National Science day, a national level conference and competitions was organized. The whole program was conducted in a hybrid mode (online for outer candidates and offline for institute level) on 21st January at Shri Shankaracharya College of Pharmaceuticals Sciences, Bhilai. The theme for science day was ‘Integrated approach in science & technology for sustainable future’.

In the morning more than 400 participants across India participated in the event and the speakers: Dr. V K Maurya, Dr. Deependra Singh and Dr. Shekhar Verma shared their illuminating views on the topic through online mode. Inauguration was done by Dr. A.K Jha, Principal, FPS-SSGI, Smt. Jaya Mishra, President of SGES and all other faculty members of SSCPS. A national level e- Competition was organized. The session was conducted on Hybrid Mode under the guidance of Dr. Swarnali Das Paul (Principal and Professor of SSCPS College), convener of the event. There were three competitions: 1. Oral presentation, poster making and model making.

Post lunch valedictory session was organised in the presence of (online) Special guest- Dr. Shailendra Saraf, ex vice president pharmacy council of India & Dr. V D Rangari, dean school of natural resources, Guru Ghasidas central university. Chief patron and Chairman of SGES, Shri I.P. Mishra delivered a dynamic speech on this occasion. In the valedictory function prizes were distributed to the winners (best three) for three competitions.  Most of them were present physically. Aditya Mishra from FPS-SSGI College won the first prize in oral presentation and Samiksha Jain from Sanskar City College won the best prize for e-poster while in model making Kirti Chandravanshi from Govt College, Kabirdham bagged the best prize. Each of the 1st prize winners was delivered 2000 cash prize along with memento. The second and third prize winners were presented memento and prizes.  The program was supported and catalyzed by Chhattisgarh council of science and technology and department of science and technology, Govt of India.

 

Webinars

SSCPS organized an international webinar on "Career Opportunities in Pharmacy" on August 14, 2021. Dr. Payal Ganguly (UK), Mr. Mukesh Tiwari (Mumbai), and Dr. Parmanand Verma, Drug Inspector (Raipur), delivered their lectures on this webinar. Over 400 participants from all over India attended this lecture series. The inauguration was done by Dr. A.K. Jha, Principal, FPS-SSGI, Smt. Jaya Mishra, President of SGES, and all other faculty members of SSCPS. The convener of the event, Dr. Swarnali Das Paul (Principal and Professor at SSCPS College), led the session. The inauguration of the session was conducted in the presence of Dr. Swarnalata Saraf, Dean, School of Pharmacy, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (Chief Guest). Chief patron and Chairman of SGES, Shri I.P. Mishra delivered a dynamic speech on this occasion.

SSCPS has organized an international webinar on "Career Opportunities in Pharmacy" on November 13, 2021. Dr. Sanjoy Kumar Pal (South Africa) and Mr. Baljeet Singh (Raipur), delivered their lectures on this webinar. Over 450 participants from all over India attended this lecture series. The inauguration was done by Dr. A.K. Jha, Principal, FPS-SSGI, Smt. Jaya Mishra, President of SGES, and all other faculty members of SSCPS. The convener of the event, Dr. Swarnali Das Paul (Principal and Professor at SSCPS College), led the session. The inauguration of the session was conducted in the presence of Mr. Sacheen Gandhi, Director, IBH Ltd., London (Chief Guest). Chief patron and Chairman of SGES, Shri I.P. Mishra delivered a dynamic speech on this occasion.


Achievements



FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS

  • More than 70 research articles are published in national and international journals.
  • More than 10 books and 25 book chapters are published by national and international publishers
  • More than 30 research outcomes are presented in national and international conferences
  • More than 15 patents are published in Indian patent office


STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS

  • Bhavesh Sahu is a class topper in B. Pharm., Batch 2019-23.
  • Alok Yadav is a class topper in D. Pharm., Batch 2019-23
  • Bhavesh Sahu got first prize in Pharma-Expo competition on Pharmacist Day
  • Aditya Khoshle and groups got first prize in Quiz competition on Pharmacist Day
  • Pankaj Ku. Kashyap and Vaishali Verma got prize in Rangoli competition on Pharmacist Day
  • Several Students actively participate in Nation Service Scheme (NSS).


Facilities


Facilities

Auditorium

Facilities

Bank

Facilities

Campus

Facilities

Campus

Facilities

Herbal Garden

Facilities

Hospital

Facilities

Laboratory

 


NSS


Facilities

NSS

Facilities

Pharma Club

Facilities

Run for Unity

Facilities

Save Environment

Facilities

Nukkad Natak

 


Sports


Facilities

National Pharmacy Week

Facilities

National Pharmacy Week

Facilities

National Pharmacy Week

 


Result Analysis - Academic Session 2022-23


S. No.

Class

Appeared

Passed

% Passed

1

D.Pharm I year

43

41

95.30

2

D.Pharm II year

63

42

66.66

3

B.Pharm I sem

66

43

65.11

4

B.Pharm II sem

66

43

65.11

5

B.Pharm III sem

102

82

80.39

6

B.Pharm IV sem

102

81

78.64

7

B.Pharm V sem

105

84

80.00

8

B.Pharm VI sem

105

95

91.34

9

B.Pharm VII sem

60

55

91.66

10

B.Pharm VIII sem

60

59

98.34



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Faculty List


S.No. Faculty Department Qualification  Designation
1 Dr. Swarnali Das Paul Dept of Pharmaceutics Ph.D. (Pharmacy) Professor and Principal
2 Dr. Rajesh Choudhary Dept of Pharmacology Ph.D. (Pharmacy) Professor
3 Dr. Amit Gupta Dept of Pharmaceutics Ph.D. (Pharmacy) Professor
4 Dr. Jaya Shree Dept of Pharmacology Ph.D. (Pharmacy) Associate Professor
5 Dr. Suman Shrivastava Dept of Pharmacology Ph.D. (Pharmacy) Associate Professor
6 Dr. Saurabh Shrivastava Dept of Pharmacology Ph.D. (Pharmacy) Associate Professor
7 Mr. Akash Dewangan Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Associate Professor
8 Mrs. Pooja Gadkari Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Associate Professor
9 Mrs. Deepika Singh Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Associate Professor
10 Mrs. Malti Sao Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Associate Professor
11 Mr. Mahendra Kumar Verma Dept of Pharmaceutical Chemistry M.Pharm (Pharmaeutical Chemistry) Assistant Professor
12 Mr. Umashankar Nirmalkar Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Assistant Professor
13 Mr. Jhakeshwar Prasad Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Assistant Professor
14 Mr. Siddharth Kumar Sahu Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
15 Mr. Suraj Kumar Shrivastava Dept of Pharmaceutical Chemistry M.Pharm (Pharmaeutical Chemistry) Assistant Professor
16 Mr. Anshul Ram Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Assistant Professor
17 Mr. Umesh Kumar Naktode Dept of Pharmacognosy M.Pharm (Pharmacognosy) Assistant Professor
18 Ms. Neha Mandle Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
19 Mr. Yogendra Kumar Dept of Pharmaceutical Chemistry M.Pharm (Pharmaeutical Chemistry) Assistant Professor
20 Ms. Laxmi Rao Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Assistant Professor
21 Mrs. Neha Kataria Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Assistant Professor
22 Ms. Hemlata Mahant Dept of Pharmaceutical Chemistry M.Pharm (Pharmaeutical Chemistry) Assistant Professor
23 Mr. Uttam Kumar Gupta Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
24 Mrs. Barkha Dongre Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
25 Ms. Tanuja Janghel  Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Assistant Professor
26 Mr. Deepak Kumar Sahu Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
27 Mr. Jagannath Patel Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
28 Mr. Ashish Kumar Netam Dept of Pharmacology M.Pharm (Pharmacology) Assistant Professor
29 Mr. Kailash Sahu Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
30 Mr. Keshav Kumar Garhewal Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
31 Mr. Punit Kumar Jaiswal Dept of Pharmaceutics M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) Assistant Professor
32 Mr. Tarun Kumar Sahu All Department B.Pharm  Lecturer
33 Mrs. Manisha Verma All Department B.Pharm  Lecturer
34 Ms. Kajal Sahu All Department B.Pharm  Lecturer
35 Mrs. Srishtee Buxy  All Department B.Pharm  Lecturer

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Shri Shankaracharya Professional University, Bhilai

Reach us on 9977258200, 9827954319
Email us on sscpsbhilai@gmail.com

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