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About The Department

 

The Ph.D. Program in PHARMACY at Atmiya University is offered both regular and part time basis. It provides a rigorous background in a range of scientific disciplines that are critical to the preparation of the next generation of pharmaceutical scientists. With efficient faculty members and Students earn a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences, concentrating in Drug Discovery or Drug Development. Research in Drug Discovery focuses on areas related to medicinal chemistry, such as small molecule development, natural products isolation and characterization, organic synthesis, chemical biology, rational drug design, pharmacology, toxicology, cellular differentiation, development, and disease. Drug Delivery/development emphasizes principles in physical chemistry, biomaterials, and drug transport, aiming for advances in formulation, drug targeting, and multi-modal therapy. Delivery research includes the solid state chemistry of drugs, nano-pharmacy, biocompatibility, molecular recognition, computational chemistry, and pharmacokinetics.

1 Quantitative Techniques: The objective of this course is to make the scholars understand the importance of statistics and basic statistical principles in research. The main emphasis will be on understanding application of various statistical techniques including probability, data collection, presentation, Measures of Central Tendency & Dispersion, graphical representations, Hypothesis testing, Co-relation & regression analysis, Common parametric & non parametric testing, Recent advances for computer application in research, Basis of Operating systems, Handling different operating system, Literature survey using Web, handling search engines, Usage of Computer for collecting or analyzing data, Preparing presentation, Research Papers, Data analysis using software techniques, Use of IT software in data analysis and data presentation, MATLAB, SPSS;

2. Research Methodology: This course will enable the Research Scholars to understand and apply basic research methods in their research study including research design, data analysis and report findings for generalizing research conclusion apparently based on the parameters of particular research methods. It includes Health Planning in India, Epidemiology, National Health, programmes, National Organizations, International health Plan, Public Health of Mental & Neurological Disorder with particular reference to India, Methods of Literature survey, planning and designing a Research problem, Hypothesis, Research modeling, Research proposals, Plagiarism, Academic publishing and peer review, Research & Development Importance of IPR, Patents & IPR, INDA/NDA/ANDA,CTD documentations, Copyrights, Trademarks & Related Rights, Rights arising from Trademark registration, GLP. GCP, GMP, FDP and INSA guidelines, Research process and steps in conducting research, Research design, Research Fundamentals, Data collection methods, Scaling techniques, Editing, Coding, tabulating and validation of data etc.

Other than coursework, candidate need to plan out research, execute with possible outcome patent, publications, thesis or dissertation etc

Mission, Vision & Values

 

Mission

 

Educational philosophy of H.D.H. Hariprasad Swamiji whose love, warmth and blessings personified Yogidham Gurukul, a 21st Century educational commune that is guided by the timeless educational philosophy of His Divine Holiness.
He says,

  • “Youth are neither careless nor useless. They are actually cared-less & used-less. They need caring and proper guidance.”
  • “His practical spirituality encompasses all facets of life, giving them new meaning and effective direction. Spirituality that can be applied to practical life is the true and immediate requirement in today’s world.
  • “True knowledge, freedom and awareness are very significant in human life.”

He says,
these virtues can be achieved with sincerity, regularity, discipline and duty. Bliss is innate in nature. One has to re-discover it from within. Thus spirituality and education must always go hand-in-hand.
Mission Statement Targeted…..

  • A humble effort to redefine love and spirituality in the hearts of youth with the Master’s Touch.
  • Endeavoring to meet the growing and diverse educational needs of the community.
  • Providing innovative learning opportunities.
  • Inculcating values, culture, morality and spirituality.
  • Enabling productive careers for one and all.

Developing a Centre of excellence.

Vision

 

Shaping a better future for mankind by developing effective and socially responsible individuals and organizations.

Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy emphasizes on all round development of its students. It aims at not only producing good professionals, but also good and worthy citizens of a great country aiding in its overall progress and development.

It endeavors to treat every student as an individual, to recognize their potential and to ensure that they receive the best preparation and training for achieving their career ambitions and life goals.

Values

 

The attainment of knowledge is of the highest value; it is the light, the guide in learning the ways of life which lead from falsity to truth, from ignorance to wisdom, from mortality to immortality. Since the dawn of culture and civilization in India education, whether it is primary or higher, has always been the source for gradually cultivating wisdom. Current socio-economic forces of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization have created a global society where the ancient values have been thrown into the winds. However the general degradation of values has led only to personal discontent and heap of social-economic problems. Hence people across the globe are looking towards the system of education to infuse human values among the students so that the world remains as a place of peace, security and prosperity

Graduate Attributes

 
  • He/she will have value based knowledge with integration of process safety considerations with environmental concerns.
  • Chemical engineering knowledge: apply knowledge of Heat transfer, Mass transfer, Unit process and operations for the solution of industrial engineering problems.
  • Design and development of synthesis: Design novel routes of specialty chemicals and organic compounds using green chemistry approach for the sustainable environment.
  • Modern technique practice: select and utilize appropriate analytical, chemical and physical techniques, resources and instruments to identify and characterize unknown chemical substances.
  • Life-long learner.

Program Specific Outcomes

 

On completion of the B. Pharm. program, a student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic pharmaceutical sciences and the ability to acquire, manage and use current information for problem solving.
  • Describe the synthesis, formulation, analysis and pharmacological aspects of drugs and pharmaceuticals.
  • Identify the rules and regulations involved in the drug discovery and development, manufacture, distribution and sale of medicines.
  • Observe record, analyze, criticize, organize, improvise and manage documents, data and information related to pharmaceutical products and practices.
  • Develop problem-based learning approach and analytical thinking in his/her academic and professional life.
  • Demonstrate the ability to plan and implement professional activities.
  • Act efficiently as a leader in the diverse areas of the profession.
  • Write, interpret and communicate effectively and scientifically.
  • Apply the knowledge and skills gained through education to gain recognition in professional circle and society.
  • Partnering with other health care communities to provide innovative solutions.
  • Create awareness in society about the effective and safe use of medicines.
  • Demonstrate eco-friendly products and processes to maintain public health.
  • Imbibe ethical practices and moral values in personal and professional endeavors.
  • Tackle future challenges through lifelong learning.

Scope Of The PhD in Pharmacy

 
  • Drug discovery
  • Novel target identification and validation
  • Pharmacological screening of NCEs
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Clinical Research
  • Health Care and Medical Research
  • Patents & IPR
  • Cosmetics and Neutraceuticals
  • Safety and Toxicity
  • Private Entrepreneurship
  • Drug regulatory affairs
  • Academics
  • Formulation
  • Production
  • Advanced materials and delivery system
  • Cosmetics
  • QC & QA Testing
  • Private Entrepreneurship
  • Packaging
Dr. Hemraj M Tank
Principal & Professor
Dr. Riddhi Patel
Assistant Professor
Dr. Mital N. Manvar
Associate Professor
Mr. Parag Rabara
Associate Professor
Dr. Kevin C. Garala
Associate Professor
Dr. Anjali Patel
Associate Professor
Dr. Samixa Patel
Associate Professor

Achievements

 

Students Achievements:

 
Sr. no. Name of the Students Programme Event Name Rank
1 Dadhaniya Bhavikkumar Hareshbhai (Sem-IV) M.Sc Industrial Chemistry Participated in “Abhivyakti” in ATMIYA ABHIGYAN-2020, one day National level symposium held at Atmiya University on 28thFebruary, 2020. 1
Dalsaniya Udaykumar Chandulal (Sem-IV)
Hirani Sandip Dilipbhai (Sem-IV)
2 Methta Mohit Sureshbhai (Sem-II) M.Sc Industrial Chemistry Participated in “Prashnottari” in ATMIYA ABHIGYAN-2020, one day National level symposium held at Atmiya University on 28thFebruary, 2020. 2

Staff Achievements:

 
Sr. No. Name of the Faculty Achievements
1 Er. Ravi S. Tank Book published on “Industrial Chemistry (Unit Operations)” ISBN: 9781522736110 by Mr. Ravi S Tank
Research paper selected as a KEY PAPER entitled “Implementation of Green Technology: Some Selected Industrial Case Studies” in the e-proceedings of 28th National Convention of Chemical Engineers & 2 Day National Seminar on “Green Technology and Environmental Sustainability at Ahmedabad Organized by The Institution of Engineers (India) Gujarat State Centre, 07-08 Sept, 2012
Secured 1stRank in National Level Technical Symposium in Project Competition in VVP Technofest 2013 at VVP Engineering College organized in association with GTU, IETE, Biotech Research Society of India and ISTE on 16thMarch, 2013.
Awarded Best Research Paper of June 2013 in International Journal of Textile and Fashion Technology (IJTFT) ISSN(Print):2250-2378; ISSN(Online): 2319-4510; Volume:3; Issue:2 entitled “Treatment and Characterization of Wastewater from Various Dyeing Industries Using Different Adsorbents” in June, 2013.
Awarded Research Output, Faculty of Industrial Chemistry Department from Library and Learning Center, Shree Manibhai Virani & Smt. Navalben Virani Science College on 4thFebruary 2014 (Vasant Panchmi).
    Awarded Research Output, Faculty of Industrial Chemistry Department from Library and Learning Center, Shree Manibhai Virani & Smt. Navalben Virani Science College on 12thFebruary 2016 (Vasant Panchmi).
2 Mr. Viral H. Karia I was a Resource Person in GSBTM Sponsored Crash Workshop for TY Students (Phase I) Organized by M. & N. Virani Science College (Autonomous), Rajkot held between 28thNovember 2019 to 3rdDecember 2019.
I was a Resource Person in GSBTM Sponsored Crash Workshop for TY Students (Phase II) Organized by M. & N. Virani Science College (Autonomous), Rajkot held between 24thApril 2019 to 29thApril 2019.
I have presented a poster on “Synthesis of triazine derivatives bearing triazole and sulphonamide isoxazole” in an international conference at R. K. University in January 2019.
I was a Judge in “H. N. S. Movie Review Competition” held at H. N. Shukla Group of College, Rajkot.
I was a Judge in “Budding Scientist 3” a national conference held at Harivandana College on 19thJanuary 2019.
I was a Judge in “Outbound Training Program” held at Atmiya University on 1stOctober 2019.
I was a Judge in “Debate Competition” at Atmiya Avsar Art & Cultural Festival 2019 held at Atmiya Univeristy from 24thJuly 2019 to 26thJuly 2019.
I have conducted a Lecture series at Harivandana College on “Dyes and Intermediates” during January and February 2018
3 Dr. Pankajkumar M. Akbari Awarded Best Research Paper of June 2013 in International Journal of Textile and Fashion Technology (IJTFT) ISSN(Print):2250-2378; ISSN(Online): 2319-4510; Volume:3; Issue:2 entitled “Treatment and Characterization of Wastewater from Various Dyeing Industries Using Different Adsorbents” in June, 2013.
Felicitated with Ph.D. degree by P.P. Tyagvallabh Swamiji on the occasion of Vasant Panchami Celebration-2019
Recognized as Ph.D. Research supervisor by Atmiya University.
4 Dr. Govind V. Vagadiya 2ndRank in national conference VVP Technofest. (Topic of presentation: Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry.
5 Mr. Anand V. Khistaria
London 2012 Summer Olympic torch bearer at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Book published on “Spectroscopy (UV, IR, NMR, Mass)”, Bharat publishing house, Rajkot, Gujarat, India, 2017 ISBN: 978-93-5236-290-5
6 Dr. Mehul L. Savaliya Recognized as M.Phill Research supervisor by Atmiya University, (AU/Dec/2018/FoS/012)
Recognized as Ph.D Research supervisor by Atmiya University, (AU/aug/2019/FoS/022)
Recognized Reviewer of Journal of Cleaner Production, (IF-6.3), ISSN: 0959-6526, Copyright © 2019 Elsevier B.V.
Recognized Reviewer of Bioresource Technology Reports, (IF-1.0), ISSN: 2589-014X, Copyright © 2019 Elsevier B.V.
Recognized Reviewer of Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, (IF-2.1), ISSN: 2213-3437, Copyright © 2019 Elsevier B.V.
Successfully completed ACS Reviewer Lab course certification programme.
Secured first class in Rastrabhasha Prarambhik Pariksha, held by RASTRABHASHA PRACHAR SAMITI, VARDHA, INDIA on September 2002.
Ph.D Research fellowship by Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP), Phase-II, World Bank (For the period of 22/07/2013 to 31/12/2014).
Ph.D Research fellowship by Ministry of human Resource Development (MHRD), New Delhi under Full time Institute Research Scholar (FIR) category (For the period of 01/01/2015 to 01.06.2017).

Department Achievements

 

Memorandum of Understanding
Lupin Ltd, Ankleshwar

Research & Publications

 
Name of Journal / Conference/ Publication Vol. No. Issue No. Month & Year of Publication ISSN No. Citation
1 Riddhi Patel 2D-QSAR study on some novel 6-acetyl-3-[3-chloro-2-(substituted)-4-oxoazetidin-1-yl]-2,5-diphenyl-2,3-dihydrpyridine-4-carbonitrile analogues as an antifungal activity International Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 5 1 673-681 9-Feb-18 2349-7750  
2 Mital N. Manvar Antibacterial activity of leaves and flowers of Ipomoea aquatica forsk. (Convolulaceae) International Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical research 8 2 94-98 April – June 2018 2231-5683  
3 Dr. Kevin Garala Application of Quality by design and risk based approach to investigate the effect of excipients and processing conditions on isoniazid crystals agglomeration National Conference- QbD: Academic and industrial prospective       13th to 18th Aug 2018    
4 Rachana Joshi Quality by design approach for the optimization of variables to improve physicochemical properties of CCA National Conference- QbD: Academic and industrial prospective       13th to 18th Aug 2018    
5 Tripathi Nagja, Sanjeev Acharya, Dr. Vimal Kumar Anti-Diabetic Activity of a Polyherbal Formulation
in Streptozotocin Induced Type 2 Diabetic Rats
International Journal of Natural Remedies 16 4 148-152 Jan-17 2320-3358  
6 Anuj Modi, Dr. Vimal Kumar Phytochemical Analysis, antioxidant activity and hepatoprotective effects ofZizyphus xylopyrus(Retz.) wild leaves extracts against carbon tetrachloride induced hepatotoxicity inin vitroandin vivomodels. International International Journal of Geen Pharmacy 11 1 42-56 Jan-17 1998-4103  
7 Biswajit Basu, Mori Ankita S, Partha Pratim Mahata, Suparna Ghosh, Ritu Gaur, Boundugulapati Murali Krishna Development and characterization of terbutaline sulphate microsponge and its colonic delivery by compression coated tablets International World Research Journal of Pharma Technology 3 3 1 to 75 22-Apr-17 2454-5546  
8 Parag Rabara, Nurudin Jivani Synthesis and Evaluation of noel 1-(2-(5-Aryl-1,3,4-Thiadiazol-2-Ylamino)Acetyl)Pyrrolidine-2-Carbonitrile derivatives for their DPP-4 Inhibiting Activity International Inventi Rapid: Med Chem 2018 1 4-Jan 6-Oct-17 0976-3821  
9 Samixa R Patel Development and Validation of RP-HPLC Method for Analysis of Olmesartan,amlodipine and Hydrochlorothiazide in Biological Fluid International INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ONRESEARCH,ENTREPRENEURSHIP, & PEDAGOGY: 871-885 5th – 6th Jan 2016 978-93-5254-061-7  
10 Riddhi Madhu 2D-Qsar Study On Some Novel 6-Acetyl-3-[3-Chloro-2-(Substituted)-4- Oxoazetidin-1-Yl]-2, 5-Diphenyl-2, 3-Dihydropyridazine-4-Carbonitrile Analogues As An Antifungal Activity International International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences 6 1 01-07 JAN-MAR 2016 2230-7605  
11 Biswajit Basu, Anil Kathiriya. Formulation and Evaluation of Floating In Situ Gel Forming System for Sustained Delivery of Tolterodine Tartrate. International Proceedings of R K University’s First International Conference on Research & Entrepreneurship 1 1 774-797 5th – 6th Jan 2016 978-93-5254-061-7  
12 Mital Manvar, Dr. T.R. Desai ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF POLYPHENOLIC COMPOUND FROM IPOMOEA AQUATICA FORSK. (CONVOLVULACEAE) International INDIAN DRUGS 53 2 15-18 Feb-16 0019-462X  
13 Biswajit Basu, Birju Bagthalia. Formulation and Development of Bilayer Tablets of Cimetidine and Praziquantel for Targeted Delivery. International World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 5 3 1406-1444 Feb-16 2278-4357  
14 Dipen K. Sureja*, Kirtan P. Sanghvi, Ashish P. Shah and Kantilal R. Vadalia An efficient synthesis and characterization of some novel pyrazolo[3,4-d]pyrimidin-4(5H)-one derivatives International American Journal PharmTech Research 6 2 677-686 Apr-16 2249-3387  
15 Dipen K. Sureja
, Sandip P. Dholakia
and Kantilal R. Vadalia
Aqua mediated sodium acetate catalyzed one-pot synthesis of pyrimidine derivatives as anti-inflammatory and antioxidant agent International Der Pharma Chemica 8 9 105-111 May-16 0975-413X  
16 Dipen K. Sureja, Sandip P. Dholakia
and Kantilal R. Vadalia
Conventional and microwave assisted synthesis of novel pyrimidine derivatives as antimicrobial and antitubercular agent International Der Pharmacia Lettre 8 9 181-186 May-16 0975-5071  
17 Parag Rabara, Nurudin Jivani, Shashikant Pattan, Kevin Garala Synthesis and evaluatio of some novel substituted 1,3,4-oxadiazole and pyrazole derivatives for antifungal activity International Inventi Rapid: Med Chem 0 3 1 to 4 7th June 2016 0976-3821  
18 Samixa R Patel Development and validation of zero absorbance method for simultaneous estimation of aliskiren and amlodipine in combined dosage form International Asian J. Pharm. Ana. 6 3 138-142 28-Jul-16 2231–5667  
19 Riddhi Madhu 2D-QSAR Study on Some Novel 2-Phenyl Disubstituted. Quinazolin-4(3H)-One Analogues and their Antifungal Activity International Inventi Rapid: Med Chem 0 4 01-06 Aug.-2016 0976-3821  
20 Bansari Joshi, Grishma Dalal, Jalpa Bavlia, Biswajit Basu, Kevin Garala, K R Vadalia Design and Release Kinetic Studies of
Nimesulide Bioadhesive Topical Gel.
International Inventi Rapid:
Pharm Tech
2016 7 1to7 2016 0976-3783  
21 Bansari Joshi, Grishma Dalal, Jalpa Bavlia, Biswajit Basu, Kevin Garala, K R Vadalia Design and Characterization of Fast Dissolving Tablets of Glipizide by using Factorial Design International Inventi Rapid:
Pharm Tech
2016 4 1to6 2016 0976-3783  

Faculty Development Program

 

Expert Lectures Delivered during FDP

Dr. Kevin Garaladelivered an expert lecture during GUJCOST sponsored STTP on “QbD: Academic and Industrial Perspective” organized by Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Saurashtra University, Rajkot during 13thto 18thAugust 2018.

Dr. Vimal Kumar delivered an expert lecture on “Current Trend in Herbal Drug Discovery and Nutraceuticals” during IQAC, Saurashtra University sponsored FDP on Current Trends in Drug Discovery & Development on 21st February 2017 at Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Saurashtra University, Rajkot.

Dr. Kevin Garala delivered an expert lecture on “Process Improvement with High Dimensional Data: Principal Component Analysis ” during IQAC, Saurashtra University sponsored FDP on Current Trends in Drug Discovery & Development on 21st February 2017 at Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Saurashtra University, Rajkot.

FDP Attended

 

Dr. Anjali Patel and Mr. Kuldeep Mehta has actively participated in IQAC, Saurashtra University Sponsored One Week Faculty Development Program on “Current Trend in Drug Discovery and Development” from 20/02/2017 to 25/02/2017. The FDP was inaugurated by Dr. Saranjit Singh NIPER, Mohali, Dr. C. J. Shishoo Retired Principal, L. M. College of Pharmacy, Ahmedabad, Dr. Ashok Vaidya, Medical Research Centre, Kasturba Health Society, Mumbai, Dr. Pratapsinh Chauhan, Vice Chancellor, Sau. Uni, The FDP was further conducted by the renowned experts from industry, research and academics. It was a remarkable experience to listen them. The FDP was then completed by following valedictory function in the presence of Dr. Narrotam Sahoo, Advisor GUJCOST, Gandhinagar and Dr. Pratapsinh Chauhan, Vice Chancellor, Sau. Uni.

Events

 

Event 1

 

Thalassaemia Camp

 

Event 2

Industrial visit

 

Event 3

Sports day

 

Event 4

Art & Craft Warfare

 

Event 5

Pharma Carnival

 

Event 6

Tablet Coating Educational Program

 

Event 7

Treating Cancer with Ayurveda

 

Event 8

Art Craft Warfare

 

Dissertation

 

A dissertation is an original research by the students which is carrying out on specific topic under the guidance of faculty in the department and submitted a thesis to department as part of a master’s degree. At the end of the semester, review of the research work will be taken by the external examiners.Department of Industrial Chemistry
(M.Sc. Sem. – 4) – (Batch 2018 – 2020) for submission of Dissertation Final Thesis

Labs

 

Placements

 
Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy, Rajkot
Campus Placement Record
             
Year Sr. No Enrollment No. Student Name Course Name Company Name Package Offered (`)
2014-15 1 112100290008 Dhoriya Sanjay Chhanabhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
2 112100290035 Mundhava Mehul Zalabhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
3 112100290036 Bhimani Nehakumari Mansukhbhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
4 112100290024 Trivedi Kinjal Divyeshbhai B. Pharm. Avance Healthcare. Mumbai 120000
5 112100290044 Gondaliya Krupali vallabhbhai B. Pharm. Appolo Pharmacy 140000
6 112100290021 Pansuriya Shweta mithabhai B. Pharm. Appolo Pharmacy 140000
7 112100290012 Kagathara Dhruti Sureshbhai B. Pharm. Appolo Pharmacy 140000
8 112100290041 Kalpana Jivanbhai Parmar B. Pharm. Appolo Pharmacy 140000
9 112100290018 Dhruv Nikita Mahendrakumar B. Pharm. Appolo Pharmacy 140000
10 112100290001 Dudhatra Dhara Chandubhai B. Pharm. Appolo Pharmacy 140000
11 112100290043 Keraliya Heena Babubhai B. Pharm. Appolo Pharmacy 140000
             
2015-16 1 122100290040 Saypariya Manish Dineshbhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
2 122100290002 Jadeja Hitendrasinh Netubha B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
3 122100290042 Pandya Devang Dineshbhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
4 122100290044 Dadhania Vivek Gopalbhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
5 122100290046 Rupareliya Alpesh Dineshbhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
6 122100908003 Vajani Pratik Mukeshbhai M. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
             
2016-17 1 132100290019 Rajdev Dhawalkumar Nileshkumar B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
2 132100290026 Desai Jay Hasmukhbhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
3 132100290028 Gokani Preet Nitinkumar B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
4 132100290038 Sharma Ankita Jeetendra B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
5 132100290034 Panchani Chiragbhai Rameshbhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
6 132100290023 Akbari Ankur Bhikhabhai B. Pharm. Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 216000
             
             
  Mr. Kuldeep Mehta     Dr. Vimal Kumar  
  Placement Co-ordinator     Principal  

Prime Placements Of Department Of Industrial Chemistry

Background

Academic Expansion from 1988 Onwards.

  • 1988

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.

    January 2, 1988
    Sarvoday Kelavani Samaj has been given responsibility of handling the academics.
  • 1988

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    Commencement of Self Finance.

    January 28, 1988
    Commencement of Self Finance.
  • 2000

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    Science Programs and Management Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Science Programs and Management Program.
  • 2000

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.

    January 28, 2000
    Commencement of Engineeriing Program.
  • 2005

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.

    January 28, 2005
    Few Polytechnique Courses and Pharmacy Programs.
  • 2007

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.

    January 28, 2007
    Commencement of MBA & MCA Program.
  • 2018

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

    January 28, 2018
    Establishment of ATMIYA UNIVERSITY

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