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M.M. College of Pharmacy has emerged as the preferred choice for the youth all over India in the field of pharmaceutical Education due to its innovative education, pioneering research, and interdisciplinary practice development. Established in the year 1995 under the M. M. University trust, MMCP provides dynamic academic experience to a high achieving diverse student body to produce the best graduates with great leadership qualities in a learning and focused environment. MMCP has been consistently recognized as one of the best pharmacy schools in the nation due to their continued efforts to improve pharmacy education, research and practice to tackle society’s toughest healthcare problems. We have dedicated faculty, staff, which along with the students, alumni and industry partners who work together to shape the field of pharmacy, fast-track innovations in education, drug discovery and development, healthcare, and progressive practice. MMCP is offering various professional courses like Bachelor of Pharmacy, Master of Pharmacy with specializations (Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology and Quality Assurance), Doctor of Pharmacy and Pharm D (PB) and Doctor of Philosophy program in Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The M. M. College of pharmacy have approvals of respective regulating council’s such as AICTE, Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) and NBA. Presently the NIRF ranking of M. M. College of pharmacy is 41. The college is recognized by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR), Govt. of India as SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organization).
Vision: Providing technical and practice oriented pharmacy education to prepare students with attributes to meet the need of industry and society.
Mission: *To develop best technically competent pharmacy professionals by inculcating desired attributes in them for meeting industry demands.
*To make best pharmacists who can practice pharmacy to become effective team member of healthcare system and provide optimum pharmaceutical care solutions.
*Promotion of useful and innovative research to contribute in development of nation and global society
|Sr. No.||Name of Lab||Description|
|1||Pharmacology Lab-I||Experiments pertaining to human anatomy, physiology and pharmacology are being conducted. The lab comprises of well equipped Sherrington’s rotating drums, student organ bath, spirometer and all adequate for anatomy learning.|
|2||Pharmacology Lab-II (Research)||The advanced pharmacological screening methods are performed. The laboratory enriched with sophisticated instruments includes stereotaxis, plethysmometer, non-invasive B.P. apparatus and all necessary major and minor facilities available to the extent of satisfactory research curriculum.|
|3||Laboratory (Pilot Plant)||A pilot plant is a pre-commercial production system that employs new production technology and/or produces new technology-based products by using double cone blender, multimill, coating pan tray dryer and oscillating granulator, mainly for the purpose of learning about the new technology. The knowledge obtained is then used for design of full-scale production systems and commercial products, as well as for identification of further research objectives and support of investment decisions. Pilot plant is a relative term in the sense that pilot plants are typically smaller than full- scale production plants, but are built in a range of sizes. Also, as pilot plants are intended for learning, they typically are more flexible, possibly at the expense of economy. They can also be used to train personnel for a full-scale plant. Pilot plants tend to be smaller compared to demonstration plants.|
|4||Laboratory (Machine Room)||Machine room is well equipped with rotary tablet punching machine, single punch tablet machine, tablet coating pan, tablet polishing pan, sieve shaker, ampoule sealing machine, ointment filling and sealing machine, bottle washing machine, tray dryer, hot air oven, capsule filling machine, ampoule filling and sealing machine, clarity apparatus, grinder etc.|
Pharmacognosy Laboratory is equipped with the instruments such as microscopes (Simple, Compound and Projection microscope), Microwave oven, Muffle Furnace, UV chamber, Autoclave, pH meter, centrifuge, Rotary evaporator and various extraction assemblies such as Soxhlet apparatus, Clevenger apparatus etc. Identification of crude drugs by microscopy, isolation of phytoconstituents, phytochemical screening, herbal drug standardization, qualitative and quantitative evaluation of crude drugs are some of the major experiments being carried out in the Pharmacognosy laboratory.
Various exercises on chromatographic techniques such as paper, Thin layer chromatography and column chromatography are also being conducted in the laboratory.
|6||Pharmacology Lab-III||Students are made aware about human anatomy, physiology and pharmacology with the help of various models and charts of different systems of human body.|
|7||Pharmaceutics Lab-I||The well-furnished laboratory of Pharmaceutics Lab-I cater to the practical requirement of the subjects: Pharmaceutical Engineering (Unit operation I& II), Pharmaceutics-I, Physical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Formulation is well equipped with the instruments like hot air oven, water bath, digital balance, conical percolator, magnetic stirrer etc.|
|8||Pharmaceutics Lab-II||The well-furnished laboratory of Pharmaceutics Lab-II cater to the practical requirement of the subjects: Dosage Form Design, Pharmaceutical Technology, Cosmetic Technology, Bio pharmaceutics &Pharmacokinetics and well equipped with the instruments like hot air oven, water bath, digital balance, dissolution apparatus, disintegration apparatus, friabilator, hardness tester, distillation assembly, magnetic stirrer etc.|
|9||Laboratory (Microbiology/ Biotechnology)||Microbiology laboratory is equipped with laminar air flow, and other facilities to demonstrate the concept of aseptic transfer that is required in the processing of injectable formulation and sterile products. BOD incubator is used to investigate the growth of the microorganism.|
|10||Quality Assurance Lab-I (Research)||This lab is equipped with dissolution apparatus, disintegration apparatus, coating table machine, BOD incubator to perform the quality control of aseptic and septic pharmaceutical preparation.|
|11||Pharmaceutics Lab-III (Research)||This lab comprises formulating and compounding of medicament. Here, the students also learn about different dosage forms of medicines– tablets, capsules, emulsion, injections etc. These laboratories are equipped with stability oven, thermostatically controlled water bath, vacuum desiccators, tablet disintegrator, friability tester, dissolution test apparatus etc. to make the learning process effective and efficient.|
|12||Pharmaceutical Analysis||M.Pharmacy chemistry lab is mainly focused for synthesis, purification, and analysis with the help of equipments such as magnetic stirrers, condensing set up, rotatory evaporator to build up a focused arena for synthetic and analytical approach.|
|13||Instrumentation Room||Sophisticated instrument like UV-Spectrophotometer, HPLC, FT-IR, Brook field viscometer, reaction chamber, probe sonicator are there in instrument room to cater the need of research scholars of MMCP in order to execute innovative research projects|
|14||Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab-I||This lab is specifically designed and well maintained to guide the students various aspects of medicinal chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry practical. Experiments related to synthesis, identification, purification of various medicinal compounds, identification of cations/anions, preparation, identification and use of important inorganic pharmaceuticals, determination of various physicochemical parameters like density, refractive index, partition coefficient etc are being performed in this laboratory. The lab is well equipped with apparatus and equipments like magnetic stirrer, hot plate, hot air oven, Abbe’s refractometer, stalagmometer, viscometer, heating mantle and fumehood in order to ensure working in safe environment.|
|15||Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab-II||The lab is mainly focused for primary small scale synthesis and equipped with small magnetic stirrer, melting point, chromatographic techniques to provide a better understanding of prior small scale synthesis.|
|16||Computer Lab.||Computer lab is equipped with adequate number of Computer terminals and required soft wares to train students about computer skills. Software for demonstration of pharmacology experimental procedures like X-cology, drug design related software like V-life etc are also there.|
The purpose of this subject is to the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of drug substances and pharmaceutical ingredients to be used in preparing a drug product. In addition, stability, appearance, palatability, flavouring, sweetening, colouring, preservation, packaging, and storage are discussed.
The principal objective of dosage form design is to achieve a predictable therapeutic response to a drug included in a formulation which is capable of large-scale manufacture with reproducible product quality.
|18||Laboratory (Pharmaceutical Chemistry I)||Pharmacy chemistry lab is mainly focused for primary analysis, indicator use and its analytical use. The lab is mainly associated with the general apparatus such as titrimetric and analytical techniques.|
|19||Laboratory (Pharmaceutical Chemistry II)||This is laboratory is equipped with instruments like pH meter hot air oven, mechanical stirrers. In this laboratory experiments pertaining to biochemistry and inorganic chemistry are being performed.|
|20||Laboratory (Life Sciences)||Experiments related with RBC counts, haemoglobin measurements, SGOT, SGPT test, blood glucose estimation are being conducted. The laboratory is equipped with instruments, apparatus, models, charts to demonstrate various life science processes.|
|21||Laboratory (Pharmacy Practice)||The experiments related to health care are being conducted. Students are demonstrated to measure various parameters like blood pressure, body mass index, cockroftgault formula which are used to monitor the effects of drug on body.|
|22||Museum||The museum keeps and displays crude drug samples, herbal specimens, various pharmaceutical preparations and dosage forms including tablets, injections, blister packs, cosmetics, strips, bandages and so on. Regular cleaning schedule is followed for the museum. The products are updated from time to time with latest developments in the market. Most of the items including crude drugs have significant educational, scientific and historical value.|
|1||Sumeet Gupta, Vikas Jhawat, Bimal Kumar Aggarwal, Partha roy, Vipin Saini, Alpha adducin (ADD1) gene polymorphism and new onset of diabetes under the influence of selective anti hypertensive therapy in essential hypertension. Current Hypertension Reviews, 2019; 12: 1573-4021.|
|2||Vikas jhawat, Sumeet Gupta, Bimal k agarwal , Partha roy, Vipin saini. ACE gene Insertion/Deletion polymorphism is not responsible for Antihypertensive therapy induced new onset of type 2 diabetes in essential hypertension (Clinical Medical Sight : Endocrinology 2019; 1573-4021)|
|3||Kirti Juneja, Rutusmita mishra, Debabrata Sarkar Sumeet Gupta Metabolic profiling and wound-healing activity of Boerhavia diffusa leaf extracts using in vitro and in vivo models”, to J of Traditional and Complementary Medicine 2019; 2225-4110.|
|4||Ritu Varshney, Rajat Varshney, Rutusmita mishra, Sumeet gupta, Debabrata sircar, Partha roy. Kaempferol alleviates palmitic acid-induced lipid stores, endoplasmic reticulum stress and pancreatic β-cell dysfunction through AMPK/mTOR-mediated lipophagy. J of Nutritional Biochemistry 2018, 57: 212-227.|
|5||Design, synthesis, docking study and pharmacological evaluation of novel 2-(5-1H-indol-3-yl)-1,3,4-thiadiazol-2-ylimino)-5-substituted benzylidene)thiazolodin-4-one analogues.|
|6||Dinesh K .Mehta,Rina Das, Design, synthesis, docking study and pharmacological evaluation of novel 2-(5-1H-indol-3-yl)-1,3,4-thiadiazol-2-ylimino)-5-substituted benzylidene)thiazolodin-4-one analogues,International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Feb, 10 (2), 2019, 1000-11|
|7||Dinesh K .Mehta, Minaxi Saini, Design, synthesis, molecular docking studies and biological evaluation of novel Pyridazin-3-one derivatives, International Journal of Pharma Bio Sciences,Jan, 10 (10), 2019, 127-140|
|8||Dinesh Kumar Mehta, Rina Das, Girish K Gupta, Satinder Kanwar, A Green Ultrasound Synthesis, Characterization and their antibacterial evaluation of novel transition metal complex of 2-amino-5-aryl-1, 3, 4-Thiadiazole, Letter in Organic Chemistry, 15 (12), July 2018, 633-639|
|9||Meenakshi Dhanawat, Gaurav Kumar Sharma, An Assent Review On Herbalism Alongside Benefits And Comparison With Allopathic Therapy, International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews, 5(4), December, 2018, 178-183|
|10||Meenakshi Dhanawat, Gaurav Kumar Sharma, A Consensus Review on Interventions for the Improvement on Management of Whooping Cough, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, (JETIR), 6(1), January, 2019, 382-400|
|11||Meenakshi Dhanawat; Jashanpreet Singh Sandhu, Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery System: A Versitile Drug Delivery Tool, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR), 6(1), January, 2019, 353-381|
|12||Meenakshi Dhanawat, Gaurav Kumar Sharma, Therapeutically Marketed Antitussive Preparations for Cough Management, International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology (IJISRT), 3 (11), November, 2018, 708-711|
|13||Girish Kumar Gupta,Shilpy Aggarwal, Deepika Paliwal, Dhirender Kaushik, Ajay Kumar, Pyrazole Schiff base hybrid as an anti-malarial agent: Synthesis, in vitro screening and computational study,Combinatorial Chemistry & High Throughput Screening, 10, Sep, 2018, 194-203|
|14||Tulshi Chakraborty, Vipin Saini, Four Most Life Threatening Urogenital Cancer And Its Management, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research,Vol. 9(8), August , 2018, 1000-10|
|15||Manish Kumar, Shahnwaj Tyagi, Dr Shailendra Bhatt, Dr A. Pandurangan, Dr Vipin Saini, Dr Anuj Malik, Preeti Pal, Md Shamshir Alam, Comparative Evaluation of Two Different Marketed Brands of Enalapril maleate, Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 8(6), December, 2018, 265-268|
|16||Anuj Malik, Gourab Gochhayat, Md Shamshir Alam, Dr Manish Kumar, Preeti Pal, Raj Singh, Dr Vipin Saini , Quality by Design: A new practice for production of pharmaceutical products, Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 9(1), January, 2019, 416-424|
|17||A.Pandurangan , Amandeep Kaur, Dr Manish Kumar , Dr Vichitra Kaushik and G.Arunachalam, Evaluation of Anti-inflammatory Activity of Bryophyllum calycinum (Crassulaceae) on Acute and Chronic Inflammation Models, Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Reesearch (JPSR), 11(1), January , 2019, 263-266|
|18||Meenakshi Dhanawat, Gaurav Kumar Sharma, Effectual qualitative chemical evaluation of Euphorbia neriifolia Linn. By using fluorescence analysis, Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 9(1-s), Feb, 2019, 44-47|