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Department of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmacy

Welcome to the Department of Pharmacy

The Department of Pharmacy offers undergraduate and postgraduate studies in the area of pharmacy. The department participates in research. The department collaborates with the pharmaceutical industry, community pharmacies, hospitals, government pharmacy institutions for teaching and research activities. It also enjoys extensive international collaboration with other schools of pharmacy and with pharmacy entities. The department hosted the Pharma Fest and various functions.

Overview

The Pharmacy department of IEC Group is one of the few early Departments of Pharmacy in Delhi NCR established in 2006, under the able leadership of Prof. Bhanu P S Sagar, it blossomed into one of the most sought after institute of Delhi NCR in India due to its broad-based education system and institute-industry linkages, which is the hallmark of IEC Group.

In the year of 2016, the Department of Pharmacy has completed 10 years of its existence as a premier institution in the field of Pharmacy Education and Research in India and abroad. Alumni are well placed in India as well as abroad in various pharmaceutical companies, government organizations like drug control, research laboratories, etc., and in several well-known academic institutions.

The Department offers:

  1. Pharm- Four Years Degree course
  2. Pharm (Pharmacology & Pharmaceutics)- Two Years Post Graduate Course

These courses are dully recognized by Pharmacy Council of India Pharmacy Council of India , AICTE , Ministry of HRD, Govt. of India and affiliated to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University , (Formerly Uttar Pradesh Technical University) Lucknow, India. To build a strong theoretical and practical foundation of Pharmaceutical Sciences, students are provided deep knowledge in a multitude of specialties mainly in Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy & Pharmaceutical Biotechnology.

Director’s Profile

Prof. Bhanu Pratap Singh Sagar is the Director of the Department of Pharmacy, IEC Group of Institutions. He has earned his Diploma, Bachelors, Masters and Doctorate in Pharmacy from Jamia Hamdard , New Delhi.

He has some 21 years of teaching experience at UG and PG levels and is an active researcher. He has guided students through over 15 M.Pharm projects and continues to be involved in supervision of Ph.D student.


  • He has authored several papers in national & international journals. He aims at providing a growing and conducive environment to the students for nurture his students. Dr. Bhanu is an alumnus of Faculty of Pharmacy, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi.
  • Former Vice-Chancellor, IEC University, Baddi, Solan, Himachal Pradesh.
  • Worked as Faculty at Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Haryana.
  • Worked at National Institute of Immunology (NII) as Research Associate (one of topmost research organization of Government of India). Also got selected in CSIR as Scientist-B.
  • Having more than Seventeen years research / teaching experience.
  • More than fifty publications to his credit in Scientific International and National Journals.
  • Presented his research work in more than twenty International / National Pharmacy & Biotechnology conferences, seminars, & workshops.
  • Owns membership of various professional bodies like IPGA & ISTE.
  • Reviewer / Manuscript Evaluator of “International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical analysis”, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Biology” and “Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics”.
  • Project Co-Investigator in AICTE sponsored research project to carry out Plant Biotechnological, Phytochemical & Pharmacological Research on Hepatoprotective Plants Eclipta alba & Silybum marianum.
  • Selected for “Marquis Who’s Who in Asia” and “Marquis Who’s Who in world” and his Biography has been published.
  • Presented two research papers in International Conference entitled “AAPS 2006 National Biotechnology Conference” which was organized by American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists in Boston, USA during June 18-21, 2006. AICTE, MHRD had granted me 100% travel grant. 
  • As a “Coordinator”, organized a National Seminar on “Institute-Industry Interaction: A Synergistic Approach” at IEC-CET, on 11-05-2007.
  • BOG Member / Selection Committee Expert member for various Institutes of UPTU.
  • His prime areas of research are Plant Tissue Culture (PTC), Phytochemical & Pharmacological investigations of natural products for various pharmacological activities.
  • Besides, he is actively engaged in commercial cultivation of medicinal plants.
  • He is recipient of “BHARAT JYOTI AWARD”, “INTERNATIONAL GOLD STAR AWARD”, & “SHIKHSA RATTAN AWARD” from India International Friendship Society.
  • Recipient of “BUSINESS SPHERE AWARD” from Business Sphere Magazine for one of the best Pharmacy College of Northern India.

Department Faculty Profile

Mr. Manas Kumar Das is working as Associated Professor and Head at Department of Pharmacy, IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida. He is having 9.5 years of experience at IEC and overall 11 years of teaching experience. He has submitted his PhD thesis at BIT, Mesra, Ranchi last year and waiting for final thesis viva. He is alumnus of Bundelkhand University, Jhansi and Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bngalore. He has successfully guided more than 10 M. Pharm students and many students are presently doing M. Pharm. projects under him. His area of interests are neuropharmacology, toxicological screening and pharmacological screening of different drugs. He has published 6 papers in International and 8 papers in National journals. He has presented 21 papers/ abstracts in different International and National conferences. He has attended 4 different workshops and symposia including hands on exposure workshop at Punjab University funded by UGC-NRC in neuropharmacology. He has also done Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Research (PGDCR). He is a member of Indian Pharmacy Graduates Association (IPGA) and registered Pharmacist in West Bengal State Pharmacy Council.

 

 

 

Mr. Vijay Kumar Tilak

(Associate Professor and Coordinator B.Pharm)

·      He has completed his B.Pharm in 2006 from Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow & M.Tech (Biotech) from Anna University, Chennai

·      He is having 11 years of teaching experience at Graduate and Post Graduate level.  His areas of interest is Plant Tissue Culture, Pharmacoinformatics

·      He has published and presented various papers in national and international journals & conferences.

·      Executive Editor, Journal; of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics.

·      Member Scientific Board, Journal of Allied & Pharmaceutical Science Investigation.

·      He has guided 05 M.Pharm students.

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Mr. Sheo Datta Maurya

·      Mr. Sheo Datta Maurya is an alumnus of Ram – Eesh Institute of Vocational & Technical Education, Greater Noida and Institute of Pharmacy, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi.

·      He is pursuing his Ph. D in Pharmaceutical Sciences from Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kumaun University, Nainital, Utrakhand.

·      Having more than Eight years research / teaching experience.

·      More than Thirty Five publications to his credit in Scientific International and National Journals.

·      Presented his research work in more than Eight National Pharmacy conferences, seminars, & workshops.

·      Associate Editor of “Journal Of Drug Delivery And Therapeutics”.

·      Member Scientific Board of “journal of allied & pharmaceutical science investigation”

·      He has guided 13 M.Pharm students for their Dissertation.

M. PHARM PROJECT SUPERVISED:

1.    Carbohydrate Modified Ultrafine Ceramic Aquasomes for Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis.

2.    Preparation and Evaluation of Surfactant Based Organogels of Piroxicam.

3.    Formulation Development and Evaluation of Mucoadhesive Microsphere of Famotidine.

4.    Formulation Development and Evaluation of Microspheres of Cefpodoxime Proxetil.

5.    Development and Characterization of Mucoadhesive Microspheres of Trimetazidine Dihydrocloride Using Natural Polymers.

6.    Formulation Design and Optimization of Mouth Dissolving Tablet of Atorvastatin.

7.    Formulation Development and Evaluation of Floating Tablet of Glimepride through Solid Dispersion.

8.    Design Development and Evaluation of Proniosomal Drug Delivery System.

9.    Preparation of Evaluation of Sustained Release Beads of Propranol.

10.  Formulation Development and Evaluation of Microsphere of Pentaprazole.

11.  Preparation and Evaluation of Stomach Specific IPN Hydrogel of Amoxicillin Trihydrate.

12.  Preparation and Evaluation of Floating Tablet of Famotidine through Solid Dispersion.

13.  Design and Evaluation of Acelofenac Sustained Release Tablet.

·         Manuscript evaluator for Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics.

·         Manuscript evaluator for Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics.

·         Manuscript evaluator for Current Clinical Pharmacology

·         His prime areas of research are transdermal drug delivery system (Vesicular Drug Delivery System/Quantum DOTS) and investigations of various natural penetration enhancers to improve drug delivery across/via stratum corneum.

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Mr. Rajesh Kumar

M. Pharm (Pharmaceutis)

Assistant Professor

  • He is an alumni of JSS College of Phrmacy, Ooty and DIPSAR, Delhi
  • He has Eleven years of Teaching and Research Experiance.
  • Having research article published in various reputed National & International Journal.

Dr. Samridhi Lal completed her M. Pharm. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) from U. P. Technical University and completed her M.S. and Ph.D. (Pharmacy) on the development of novel N-acylation and chemoselective reactions at the School of Pharmacy, University of Central Lancashire, U.K.

Dr. Lal has attended several international and national conferences and has 4 publications in International journals and 2 in International conferences. Her major research focuses around the development and synthesis of novel formulations of anticancer compounds using various nanocarriers and the development of biosensors for medical applications.

Mr. Hridayanand Singh is working as Assistant Professor at Department of pharmacy, IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida. He is having 6 years of teaching experience. He is currently pursuing Ph.D. on’ Phytochemical & Pharmacological investigation of some indigenous plants for Diabetes’. He has been awarded Online ‘Clinical Research Diploma Certification’ by Department of Labor and workforce development, New Jersey. He has published 1 paper in International and 2 papers in National journals. He has attended 4 different workshops and symposia. Participated in AICTE recognized short term course on “Research Methodology” through ICT. He is alumnus of Uttar Pradesh technical University, Lucknow. He is a member of Indian Pharmacy Graduates Association (IPGA) and registered Pharmacist in UP State Pharmacy Council. He was a Badminton player in State Level from Surguja Division, Madhya pradesh.

Mr. Lalit Singh is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Pharmacy,IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida. He has done M.Pharmfrom St. John’s Pharmacy College, Banglore and B.Pharm from Rameesh Institute of Vocational & Technical Education, Greater Noida. He is pursuing PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences from IFTM University, Moradabad. He has 5.5 years of teaching experience to UG & PG students (Pharmacology). He has guided 12 M.Pharm research projects and several B. Pharm. projects. His areas of interests arescreening of drugs used for Cardiovascular,Nephrology & Neurological diseases.He has attended various National and International seminars and presented more than 22 papers in National and International Conferences. He has published 25 papers in National & International Journals. He has also published a book on Pharmacology & Pharmacovigilance. He has worked as Scientist Incharge of Departmental Animal House under the Institutional Animal Ethics Committee (IAEC). He is a member of Indian Pharmacy Graduates Association (IPGA) and registered Pharmacist in Uttar Pradesh State Pharmacy Council.

Ms. Richa Pandey completed her M. Pharm. (Pharmaceutics) from Uttarakhand Technical University, Dehradun.

She has attended several international and national conferences and has 4 publications in international & national journals.

Her major research focus is ‘Formulation and evaluation of Ethosomes’ .

Mr. Arun Kumar Tiwari is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Pharmacy, IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida. He has done M. Pharm from Institute of Pharmaceutical Research, GLA University, Mathura and B.Pharm from United Institute of Pharmacy, Naini, Allahabad. He has about 2 years of teaching experience. He has guided more than 20 B. Pharm 4th year projects. His areas of interests are Cardiovascular Pharmacology, screening antidiabetic and antihyperlipidemic drugs. He has 6 publications in different National and International journals. He has presented 2 papers in International and 6 in different national conferences. He had attended 2 workshops related to bioanalytical techniques and CPCSEA guidelines. He is the member of Association of Pharmacy Professionals (APP) and registered Pharmacist in Uttar Pradesh State Pharmacy Council.

Mrs. Parul Sharma (Assistant Professor) has completed her B.Pharmacy from Punjab Technical University and M.Pharmacy from Shoolini University, her research was on "Pharmacognostic, Phytochemical and Pharmacological evaluation of root bark of Zanthoxylumarmatum DC". She has 2 international publications and her research interests are isolation, development ofphytochemical and pharmacognostic profile of phytoconstituents. She has prior been active invarious event organizing. She is a registered pharmacist at Himachal Pradesh Pharmacy Council.

Ms. Navneet Bhardwaj

M. Pharm (Pharmacognosy)

Assistant Professor

  • She is an alumna of I.S.F. College of Pharmacy, Moga, Punjab
  • Having 05 years of teaching experience.
  • Having one article published in National Journals
  • Area of Interest is Pharmacognostical & Phytochemical investigation of Indian Medicinal Plants and Standardization of Traditional/Herbal Formulations.
  • Member of Punjab State Pharmacy Council.
  • Attended Eight Conferences/ Seminars on National level.

Ms. Sapna Kapoor

M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics)

Assistant Professor

  • She is an alumnus of Maharishi Markandeshwar University, Ambala.
  • She has about two years of teaching experience.
  • Her area of research is Development of Colon Specific Drug Delivery Systems (CSDDS).
  • She has published one research paper and attended various Conferences/Seminars & Workshops.
  • She is a member of Haryana State Pharmacy Council.

Mr. Anil Kumar Singh is working as Assistant Professor in Department of Pharmacy, IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida. He is having 8 years of teaching experience He has done BSc in Mathematics from CSJM UniversityKanpur, MSc in computer science and MCA from Guru Jambheshwar University of Science & Technology, Hissar. He has attended 2 National and International conferences in Delhi. He has worked in two data management and databases projects.

Lab Details

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Lab

Facilities

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1

Pharmaceutics Lab-I

Mechanical stirrers

Homogenizer

Digital balance

Microscopes

Stage and eye piece micrometers

Brookfield’s Viscometer

Propeller type mechanical agitator

Autoclave

Steam distillation still

Vacuum Pump

Tablet disintegration test apparatus IP

Tablet dissolution test apparatus IP

Monsanto’s hardness tester

Pfizer type hardness tester

Friability test apparatus

Clarity test apparatus

Magnetic stirrer, 500ml and 1 liter capacity with speed control

Digital pH meter

Aseptic Cabinet

BOD Incubator

Bulk Density Apparatus

Conical Percolator (glass/ copper/ stainless steel)

Hot Plate

Lyophilizer

Humidity Control Oven

Mechanical stirrer with speed regulator

Precision Melting point Apparatus

Distillation Unit

Ostwald’s viscometer

Stalagmometer

Suppository moulds

Buchner Funnels (Small, medium, large)

Filtration assembly

Permeability Cups

Andreason’s Pipette

Lipstick moulds

2

Pharmaceutics Lab-II

 

Pharmaceutics Lab-III

 

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Lab

PCR

Autoclave

BOD Incubator

Diagnostic      kits       to          identify infectious agents

Digital pH meter

Filtration Assembly

Gel Electrophoresis (Vertical and Horizontal)

Incubator water bath

Laminar airflow unit

Micro Centrifuge

Micropipettes (single and multi channeled)

Orbital shaker incubator

Paper Electrophoresis Unit

Refrigerated Centrifuge

Refrigerator

Rheometer

Sonicator

Tissue culture station

Viscometer

 

Pharmacognosy Lab

Autoclave

B.O.D.incubator

Camera Lucida

Clavengers apparatus

Colony counter

Digital Balance

Digital pH meter

Distillation unit

Eye piece micrometer

Flourimeter

Heating mantle

Hot air oven

Incinerator

Laminar air flow

Micro Centrifuge

Micropipettes (Single and multi channeled)

Microscope with stage micrometer

Moisture balance

Projection Microscope

Reflux flask with condenser

Refrigerator

Soxhlet apparatus

Sterility testing unit

TLC chamber and sprayer

Vacuum pump

Water bath

Zone reader

3

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-I

Analytical Balances for demonstration

Arsenic Limit Test Apparatus

Digital Balance (1mg sensitivity)

Digital balance 10mg sensitivity

Digital pH meter

Distillation Unit

Hot plates

Magnetic Stirrers with Thermostat

Mechanical Stirrers

Microwave Oven

Muffle Furnace

Nesslers Cylinders

Oven

Reflux flask and condenser double / triple necked

Reflux flask and condenser single necked

Refrigerator

Suction pumps

Vacuum Pump

4

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-II

 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry-III

9

Pharmacology Lab

Actophotometer

Analgesiometer (Eddy’s hot plate and radiant heat methods)

Computer with LCD

Convulsiometer

Digital pH meter

Plethysmograph

Pole climbing apparatus

Rotarod

Software packages for experiment

Standard graphs of various drugs

 

APP Lab

 

PG Lab

 

Central Instrumentation Facility Lab

Biochemistry Analyzer

Colorimeter

Conductivity meter

Digital Balance (1mg sensitivity)

Digital pH meter

Flame Photometer

Fourier Transform Infra Red Spectrometer

HPLC

Ion- Exchanger

Potentiometer

UV- Visible Spectrophotometer

Brookfield’s Viscometer

Brookfield’s Rheometer

 

Machine Room

All purpose equipment with all accessories

Ampoule filling and sealing machine

Ampoule washing machine

Ball mill

Bottle Sealing Machine

Bottle washing Machine

Capsule Counter

Capsule filling machine

Collapsible tube crimping machine

Double cone blender

Liquid Filling Machine

Ointment filling machine

Sieve shaker with sieve set

Tablet coating pan

Tablet punching machine (16 Station)

Tablet punching machine (Semi Automatic)

Tablet punching machine (Hand Operated)

Microprocessor based Dissolution Test Apparatus

Tray dryer

Planetary mixer

12

Animal House

 

13

Computer lab

60 PCs, 05 Pronters, 01 Scanner, 02 LCD Projector, 03 LED Screen

Research and Publications

  1. R. Zafar and B. P. S. Sagar (1999). In vitro Plant regeneration of Eclipta alba and increase production of Coumestans. Fitoterapia, 70, 348-356.
  2. R. Zafar and B. P. S. Sagar (2000). Hepatoprotective and Cardiac Inhibitory Activities of Ethanolic Extracts from Plant. Leaves and leaf callus of Eclipta alba (Linn) Hassk. International J. of Pharmaceutical Biology, Vol.38 (5), 357-361.
  3. B.P.S. Sagar and R Zafar. In-vitro production of podophyllotoxinin phytohormonal induced rooting in culture of Podophyllum hexandrum. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Biology. International J. of Pharmaceutical Biology, Vol.43 (3), 404-410.
  4. B. P. S. Sagar and R. Zafar.  Anti-tumor activity of Podophyllotoxin and ethanolic extracts of in-vitro developed root callus and intact plant root/rhizomes of Podophyllum hexandrum Royle. Published in International Journal of “Physiology and Molecular Biology of Plants”.
  5. B. P. S. Sagar, Rajiv Panwar, Ashwini Goswami, Kuldeep Kadian, Kanchan Tyagi, Manoj Chugh, Sunita Dalal, and R. Zafar. Pharmacokinetic interactions of in-vitro produced wedelolactone (an anti-hepatotoxic compound) with paracetamol in wistar albino rats. Published in International Journal “Pharmaceutical Biology”.
  6. B. P. S. Sagar, Rajiv Panwar, Ashwini Goswami, Kuldeep Kadian, Kanchan Tyagi, Manoj Chugh, Sunita Dalal, and R. Zafar. Anti-microbial Activity of Ethanolic Extracts of Plant leaves and Leaf Callus of Eclipta alba (Linn.) Hassk.  (Communicated for publication in International Journal “Fitoterapia”).
  7. B. P. S. Sagar, R. Panwar, A. Sangwan, K. Tyagi and R. Zafar (2006). Abstract: In-vitro production of berberine in cultures of Berberis aristata and pharmacological investigation for anti-hepatotoxic activity. Published in “International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology” Vol.14, September, 2006. 
  8. B. P. S. Sagar, R. Panwar, A. Sangwan, K. Tyagi and R. Zafar (2006). Abstract: Anti-hepatotoxic activity of in-vitro produced berberine and ethanolic callus and suspension culture extracts of Tinospora cordifolia Miers in albino wistar rats. Published in “International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology” Vol.14, September, 2006, 84.
  9. RC Dhakar, SD Maurya,  BPS Sagar, AK Gupta, G Maurya, Development and evaluation of mucoadhesive microspheres of pioglitazone maleate, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011, 4(2):456-458.
  10. SD Maurya, RC Dhakar, BPS Sagar, SK Prajapati, CP Jain, Variables influencing the drug entrapment efficiency of microspheres: a pharmaceutical review, Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2010, 2(5):102-116.
  11. B. P. S. Sagar, Kanchan Tyagi and R. Zafar (2003). Herbal Drugs: Need of the Millennium. The Indian Pharmacist. Vol. II, No.12, p.13-16.
  12. B. P. S. Sagar, Kanchan Tyagi and R. Zafar (2003). Failures and Successes of Herbal Medicines: A Scientific Update. The Indian Pharmacist. Vol. II, No.16, p. 17-23.
  13. R. Zafar and B.P.S. Sagar (2003). Regulation of Phenolic Oxidation by Ascorbic acid in Callus Cultures of Eclipta alba Hassk. J. of Indian Drugs, 40 (10), p.570-572.
  14. B.P.S. Sagar, Kanchan Tyagi, Abhijeet Sangwan, R. Zafar and S. Dalal (2003). Essential Oils: A Review.  The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. II No.18, p. 30-37. 
  15. B. P. S. Sagar, Kanchan Tyagi, Abhijeet Sangwan and R. Zafar (2004).  Role of Nitric Oxide in Host Defence. The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. III No.20, p 7-10.
  16. B. P. S. Sagar, Samnhotra N, Zafar R, Tyagi Kanchan, Dalal S. and Pawar Mohit. (2004). Hepatoprotective activity of ethanolic extracts of plant leaves and leaf callus of Achyrenthes aspera Linn. The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. III, No.23, p. 63.
  17. B. P. S. Sagar, R. Zafar, Kanchan Tyagi, Vipin Kumar, Sushil Kumar and Rajiv Pawar (2004). Antioxidants: A New Therapy for Degenerative Diseases. The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. III No. 26, p. 29-36.
  18. B. P. S. Sagar, Divyesh Vohra, Arun Mangla, Prashant S. Parihar (2004). Community Pharmacy. The Indian Pharmacist, Vol.III No. 29, p. 30-32.
  19. B. P. S. Sagar and Sunita Dalal (2004). Pharmacokinetic Interactions of in-vitro Produced Wedelolactone in callus culture of Eclipta alba Linn. with Paracetamol in albino Wistar Rats. BioTech Souvenir and Abstracts. p.130.  
  20. B. P. S. Sagar, Kanchan Tyagi, Abhijeet Sangwan and R. Zafar. (2004). Role of Nitric Oxide in Host Defence. The Indian Pharmacist. February, 7-10, 2004.
  21. Sunita Dalal and B. P. S. Sagar (2004). In-vitro enhanced productions of anti-hepatoprotective and Cardiac Inhibitory Compounds in Biomasses of Eclipta alba Linn. BioTech Souvenir and Abstracts. p.16-17.    
  22.  B. P. S. Sagar, Sunita Dalal and Abhijeet Sangwan (2004). Abstract in Second Global Submit on Aromatic & Medicinal Plants (International Conference). p.56.      
  23. Sunita Dalal and B.P.S. Sagar (2004). Abstract in Second Global Submit on Aromatic & Medicinal Plants (International Conference). p.94.                                     
  24. Vijay Kamal and B.P.S. Sagar (2004). Future of Biotechnology and Bioinformatics in Pharmacy and Medicine. Souvenir National Pharmacy Symposium-2004, p.9.
  25. Abhijeet Sangwan & Bhanu P. S. Sagar (2004). Potential Impact of Genomic Sciences in Drug Discovery. Souvenir National Pharmacy Symposium-2004, p.10.
  26. Divyesh Vohra & Bhanu P. S. Sagar (2004). Gene Therapy: A Research Modality to Come True. Souvenir National Pharmacy Symposium-2004, p.11.
  27.  Vipin Kumar & Bhanu P. S. Sagar (2004). Pharmacogenomics: A new Approach to Patient Health Care in 21st Century. Souvenir National Pharmacy Symposium-2004, p.12.
  28. B. P. S. Sagar and Kanchan Tyagi. (2004). A review Article on Mushrooms. The Indian Pharmacist.
  29. B. P. S. Sagar, Sunita Dalal, A. Goswami, Rajiv Panwar, Arun Mangla and Anupam Batra. (2004). Microbial Contamination, Evaluation and its control in non-sterile formulations. The Indian Pharmacist, October, 15-24, 2004
  30. B. P. S. Sagar, Sonia Bhagat, Rizwan Ahamad (2004).  Pharmaceutical Education in India at a Glance. The Indian Pharmacist, June, 17-23, 2005.
  31. B. P. S. Sagar, Divyesh Vohra, Rajiv Panwar, A. Goswami, and Arun Mangla (2005).  Industrial Growth in Changing Scenario. The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. IV No.34, 13-16.
  32. B. P. S. Sagar, Divyesh Vohra, Rajiv Panwar, Vipin Kumar and Arun Mangla (2005).   Role of Biological Assays in Biological Standardization of Herbal Drugs. The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. IV, 35, p. 24-28.
  33. B. P. S. Sagar and Kanchan Tyagi. (2005). Quinine: A Review article. The Indian Pharmacist. July, 7-10, 2005.
  34. Rajiv Panwar and Bhanu P. S. Sagar (2006). Hydrogels: A Boon for Novel Drug Delivery Development”. Published in National Journal “The Indian Pharmacist”Vol.V, No.46, 9-14.
  35. Bhanu P. S. Sagar, Aklavya Kumar Singh, O. P. Rajan, and Divyesh Vohra. Heavy Metal Toxicity: Published in National Journal “The Indian Pharmacist”.
  36. B. P. S. Sagar, R. Zafar and Aklavya Singh (2006). Global Scenario of Counterfeit, Fake, Spurious Drugs. “The Indian Pharmacist”, Vol. 5 (51), 23-27.
  37. Rajiv Panwar and Bhanu P. S. Sagar. Superporous Hydrogels: A Promising Future in Novel Drug Delivery Systems. (Communicated for publication in International Journal “Journal of Pharmaceutical Research”).
  38. B. P. S. Sagar, Rajiv Panwar & R. Zafar (2008). A Review Article on Brain Boosters. “The Indian Pharmacist”, Vol. 7 (67), 49-53.
  39. B. P. S. Sagar & Dolly Gill (2008). A Review Article on Bird Flu. “The Indian Pharmacist”, Vol. 7 (69), 16-20.
  40. Rabindra Rawal, Saurabh Bhattacharya and Bhanu P. S. Sagar., Stroke: It’s Major Risk Factors and Rehabilitation in India. “Journal: The Indian Pharmacist”, Vol. May 2009, 19-25.
  • Sheo Datta Maurya , Sunil Kumar Prajapati, Anish Kumar Gupta, Gyanendra  Kumar Saxena, Ram Chand Dhakar, Formulation and Evaluation of Ethosomal Drug Delivery System of Stavudine, IJPER, 2010, 44(1):102-108.
  • Sheo Datta Maurya, Enhanced transdermal permeation of indinavir sulfate through Stratum Corneum via. Novel permeation enhancers: Ethosome” Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2010, 2(5): 208-220.
  • Sheo Datta Maurya, Shweta Aggarwal, Vijay Kumar Tilak, Ram Chand Dhakar, Aklavya Singh, Ghanshyam Maurya, Enhanced transdermal delivery of indinavir sulfate via transfersomes, Pharmacie Globale(IJCP), 2010, 1(6):1-7.
  • Sheo Datta Maurya, Shweta Aggarwal, Ram Chand Dhakar, Vijay Kumar Tilak, Sunil Kumar Prajapati, Targeted delivery of drug to the colon with lectins and neoconjugates: A Review, IJPSB, 2010, (4):178-194.
  • Sheo Datta. Maurya, Ram Chand Dhakar, Shweta Aggarwal, Vijay Kumar Tilak, Krishna Kumar Verma, Sunil Kumar Prajapati, Enhancement of transdermal permeation of indinavir sulfate via. Ethosome vesicles, AJPSP, 2011, March Issue (Accepted).
  • Maurya SD, Tilak VK, Dhakar RC, Verma KK, Soni U, Gupta, Preparation and evaluation of floating tablet of famotidine through solid dispersion, IJCRR, 2011, (2)1: 21-30.
  • Sheo DM, Ram CD, Shweta A, Ghanshyam M, Girish K, Sunil KP , Transfersomes- a Novel Vesicular Carrier for Enhanced Transdermal Delivery of Stavudine: Development, Characterization and Performance Evaluation, JSSR ,2010, 1(1): 30–36.
  • Maurya Sheo Datta, Aggarwal Shweta, Dhakar Ram Chand,,Tilak Vijay Kumar,Soni Umesh, Liposomes As A Drug Delivery Carrier - A Review, IRJP, 2010, 1(1):43-50.
  • Gupta AK, Maurya SD, Dhakar RC, Singh RD, pH-Sensitive Interpenetrating Hydrogel for Eradication of Helicobacter pylori, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Nanotechnology, 2010 3(2):924-932.
  • Dhakar Ramchand, Maurya Sheo Datta, Anish Kumar Gupta, Abdul Wadood Siddiqui, Interpenetrating polymeric network hydrogel for stomach-specific drug delivery of clarithromycin: Preparation and evaluation, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics - October-December 2010, 4(4):184-189
  • Dhakar RC, Maurya SD, Aggarawal S, Kumar G, Tilak VK, Design and evaluation of SRM microspheres of Metformin hydrochloride, Pharmacie Globale(IJCP), 2010, 1(07):1-6.
  • Dhakar RC, Maurya SD, Aggarawal S, Verma KK, Singh A, Maurya G, Effect of formulation variables on characteristics of pioglitazone maleate microspheres. J.Ph.Sci. Sep-Dec, 2010; 2(3):694-700
  • Ram Chand Dhakar, Sheo Datta Maurya, Bhanu P S Sagar, Anish K Gupta, Ghanshyam Maurya, Development and evaluation of mucoadhesive microspheres of pioglitazone maleate, JPR, 2011, 4(2):456-458.
  • Dhakar RC, Maurya SD, Sagar BPS, Prajapati SK, Jain CP, Variables influencing the drug entrapment efficiency of microspheres: a pharmaceutical review, Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2010, 2(5):102-116.
  • Ram Chand Dhakar, Sheo Datta Maurya, Sunil K. Prajapati, Sanwarmal Kirodiwal, Manisha Gupta, Intranasal microspheres as a carrier for NISDD: a review, IJPSB 2010;1(4):210-222
  • Dhakar RC, Maurya SD, Prajapati SK, Gupta AK, Girish K, Dangi G, Rosiglitazone maleate microspheres for extending drug release: formulation and evaluation, IJPRD, 2010, 2(10) , 56-65
  • Dhakar Ram Chand, Maurya Sheo Datta, Tilak Vijay Kumar, Gupta Anish Kumar, Dangi Girija, A Review On Factors Affecting The Design Of Nasal Drug Delivery System, IRJP, 2010. 1 (1):29-42
  • Ram Chand Dhakar, Sheo Datta Maurya, Girija Dangi, Girish Kumar , Manisha Gupta, Sanwarmal Kiroriwal, Buccal Adhesive Dosage Forms As A NISDD: A Pharmaceutical Review, Res Pharmaceutica, 2010, 1(1):46-59.
  • Goyal VK, Maurya SD, Dhabale PN, Kulkarni AS, Sanwarmal, Dhakar RC, Derivative and uv spectrophotometric methods for estimation of rosiglitazone maleate in bulk and pharmaceutical formulation, IJCRR, 2011, 2(1):17-20.
  • Dhakar RC, Maurya SD, Aggarwal S, Kumar G, Maurya G, Microemulsion: a carrier for nose to brain targeting, PharmaSciencse Monitor. (Accepted)
  • Manas Kumar Das,PapiyaMitraMazumder, SanjitaDas, Antiepileptic Activity of Methanol Extract of Butea monosperma(Lam.) Kuntzeand its Isolated Bioactive Compound in Experimentally Induced Convulsion in Swiss Albino Mice. Journal of Pharmaceutical Science & Research, Vol. 7(12), 1066-1072, 2015.
  • Manas Kumar Das, PapiyaMitraMazumder, Sanjita Das, Saumya Das, ‘Herbal Remedies For Neuropharmacological Disorders’ at DST sponsored two days national seminar on ‘Evidence based alternative medicine: Challenges and Opportunities’, Ram-eesh Institute of Technology, April 29-30, 2016
  • Dharmendra Kumar Rao,Garima, Praveen Dubey, Manas Kumar Das, ‘Drug Design and Data Managment of Saxagliptin’ at Gyanodaya 2015- Changing Technological & Managerial Scenario: Aspects &Prospects, IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, November 28, 2015. 
  • Garima, Dharmendra Kumar Rao,Praveen Dubey, Manas Kumar Das,‘Drug Design and Data Management of Artemether’ at Gyanodaya 2015- Changing Technological & Managerial Scenario: Aspects &Prospects, IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, November 28, 2015. 
  • Shiwani Sharma, Yogesh Kumar, Dharmendra Rao, Manas Kumar Das, ‘Drug Design and Data Management of Abacavir’ at Gyanodaya 2015- Changing Technological & Managerial Scenario: Aspects & Prospects, IEC Group of Institutions, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, November 28, 2015.
  • Manas Kumar Das, PapiyaMitraMazumder, Saumya Das, ‘Neuro pharmacological effects of Butea monosperma (Lam.) Kuntzeon learning and memory paradigms in experimental animals’ at DST sponsored two days national seminar on ‘Rcecent advances in Central nervous System Drug Discovery, Ram-eesh Institute of Technology, September 25-26, 2015

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