Welcome to the Department of Pharmacy


Pharmacy Department stared its journey in the year 1997 with an intake of 30 seats and got its first approval from PCI out of 6 institutions under Department of Technical Education and Training. In the year 2004 the intake capacity has been increased from 30 to 60. Every attempt is made by the Department to intermesh theoretical concepts with practical insights and present the textual matter in an objective, thought-provoking manner. Department can provide hundred percent placement immediately after passing out their courses.

Assistance  also provided to those students who are interested in higher studies. Industrial visit exposes the reality of professional activities to the students every year. This department is very rich with standard reference books and qualified staffs.


Our goal is to become a unique Department. We expect our Department to contribute significantly to the society in which we belong.


Our vision is -“to actively contribute to the society and development in the field of Pharmacy rendering quality Pharmacist.

Faculty List

Sl.No. Name Qualification Designation Faculty Profile Image
1. Dr. Amal Kumar Dhara B.Pharm, M.Pharm, Ph.D. Lecturer Download
2. Dr. Balaram Patra B.Pharm, M.Pharm, Ph.D. Lecturer
3. Dr. Anindya Kishore Maiti B.Pharm, M.Pharm, Ph.D. Lecturer Download
4. Mr. Ranajit Pati B.Pharm Lecturer
5. Mr. Subrata Bandyopadhyay B.Pharm Lecturer
6. Mr. Tapan Kumar Paul B.Pharm Jr. Lecturer
List of Supporting Staffs
1. Mr. Akhil Chandra Saha D.Pharm Instructor in Pharmacy
2. Mr. Sankar Rana D.Pharm, B.Sc. Instructor in Pharmacy

Courses Studied

  • Pharmaceutics
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Pharmacognosy
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • Bio-Chemistry & Clinical Pathology
  • Health Education & Community Pharmacy
  • Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy
  • Pharmaceutical Jurispruedence
  • Drug Store & Business Management
  • Human Anatomy & Physiology

Syllabus (D.Pharm-I & D.Pharm-II)

HOD Message

Creation, dissemination and protection of knowledge in educational Institutions are important and information technology has become the ultimate weapon in competitive environment. Hence knowledge management is perhaps going to be the most crucial armour for competitive environment. Student competitiveness is greatly determined by its ability to respond within the time frame determined by employment opportunity.  Student should be prepared themselves in such a way that they meet the current and future needs in the field of Pharmacy. There are perceived as superior to those of the competitor’s and hence off is more value for money. Institutions constantly have a better track record on student and their activities.
Dr. Amal Kr. Dhara , HOD