- 15 years in Education
- 500 Corporate Recruiters
- 8000 Successful Alumni Worldwide
- Over 1000 Faculty Research Publications
- 12 International Knowledge Partners
Masters in Pharmacy
Ms. Pallabi Chakraborty
(M.Pharm 2nd yr, Pharmaceutics)
Our college provides a warm and informal atmosphere for the students. I love this College because it has excellent teachers and they are caring towards us. I enjoy participating in the annual activities arranged by NCPT such as national conference on health science, publication of journal in every year, celebration of national pharmacy week, blood donation camp and so on.
Ms. Faiqa Shawkat Ahmad
(M.Pharm 2nd year, Pharmacology)
I have spent almost two years in this college and trust me this tenure has really been fruitful in grooming me. The opportunities and encouragement received from the college is appreciable and it will surely help me to build a prospective future.
Md. Juwel Biswas
(M.Pharm, 1st year, Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
By joining this college for pursuing my M.Pharma course in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, I am happy to say that I’ve taken a correct decision at a very crucial stage of my higher studies. I look forward to our practical classes where we get the opportunity of handling the sophisticated instruments. The excellent canteen provides the much needed refreshment.
Ms. Neelakshi Biswas
(M.Pharm 1st yr, Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
To me, NCPT is one of the best Pharmaceutical Institution in West Bengal. I consider myself to be fortunate to be a post graduate student of this college where along with quality academic development, excellent laboratory infrastructure, I am also enjoying the activities of a vibrant campus.
Prof. Subhasis Maity
Professor & Principal, NCPT, Kolkata
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) and Ph.D. from Jadavpur University. He has experience of 8 years in Pharmaceutical industry and 15 years in teaching. He is guiding five candidates under Ph.D. programme and has many publications in reputed journals to his credit. He is also an ISO lead auditor and GMP consultant.
Mr. Tapas Kumar Pal
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) from Jadavpur University and is a gold medalist in B. Pharm. He has an experience of 22 years in industry and 8years in teaching. He is pursuing Ph.D. work under WBUT.
Mr. Debasis Dutta
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) from Jadavpur University and has an experience of 25 years in Industry and 3 years in teaching.
Dr. Bijaya Ghosh
M. Pharm in Pharmaceutics as well as Ph.D. from Jadavpur University. She has 24 years of teaching experience and taught in premier institutions of both North and South India. She has published 34 research and review papers in peer-reviewed national and international journals and published a text book on research methodology in Pharmacy. She has guided 19 M. Pharm and 2 Ph.D. students.
Dr. Goutam Pramanik
M. Pharm in Pharmaceutical Chemistry as well as Ph.D. from Jadavpur University. He has more than 15 years working experience in the Quality Control Department of various companies in the Pharmaceutical Industry and 13 years of teaching experience. Before joining NCPT he was the Principal of Bengal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research, Durgapur. He has ten international and two national publications. Presently he is guiding two candidates for their Ph.D. work.
Dr. Tapan Kumar Barman
M. Pharm in Pharmacology as well as Ph.D. from Jadavpur University. He has worked as a senior lecturer for 26 years in Institute of Pharmacy, Kalyani and more than 5 years as the principal in Institute of Pharmacy, Jalpaiguri. He has 4 national and 3 international publications.
Prof. A. U. De
He is a prominent figure in the division of Medicinal Chemistry and has around 50 years of teaching and research experience. Prof. De has more than 60 International publications. He has guided a number of Ph.D. scholars.
Dr. Sekhar Kr. Bose
M. Pharm (Microbiology) and Ph.D. from Jadavpur University. He has an experience of 10 years in industry and 18 years in teaching. He has 6 publications and 8 conference presentations. He has guided 4 M. Pharm students (North Bengal University).
Mr. Sibram Paria
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Bio-Chemistry) from Jadavpur University and has an experience of 18 years in industry and 7 years in teaching. He has 2 publications and is pursuing Ph.D. work under WBUT.
Dr. Sutapa Biswas Majee
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics), Ph.D. and Post Doctorate from Jadavpur University, PG diploma in HRM from IGNOU. She is a gold medalist in both B. Pharm and M. Pharm. She has an experience of 6 years in teaching and has several publications, conference presentations and also published a book chapter by Intech Publishers. She has carried out a Research Project funded by RD Birla Smarak Kosh, Mumbai.
Dr. Musfiqua Mookerjee
M. Pharm (Microbiology), Ph.D. and Post Doctorate from Jadavpur University. She is a gold medalist in B. Pharm. She has an experience of 11 years in research, 5 years in industry and 4.5 years in teaching. She has 22 publications and 10 conference presentations. As a WBUT- Ph.D. guide, she is currently supervising 3 candidates in their doctoral studies.
Mr. Sauvik Bhattacharyya
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) from Jadavpur University. He has an experience of 1 year in industry and 4 years in teaching. He has 2 publications and has several conference presentations.
Mr. K. Dhanabal
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) from The Tamil Nadu Dr. M. G. R Medical University, Chennai. He has an experience of 1 year in research (IICB) and 3 years in teaching. He has 8 publications and 10 conference presentations. He is pursuing Ph.D. work under WBUT.
Mrs. Satarupa Acharjee
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) from Pune University. She has an experience of 6 years in teaching and has 1 international publication.Registered for Ph. D under Jadavpur University.
Ms. Tushi Chakraborty
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Engineering) from Jadavpur University and has an experience of 1 year in industry and 4 years in teaching.
Dr. Suchandra Goswami
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) and Ph.D. from I.I.C.B. (Jadavpur University). She has an experience of 6 years in research and 1 year in teaching. She has 5 publications, 9 conference presentations and 2 international Patents.
Mrs. Moumita Das Kirtania
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) from Jadavpur University and has an experience of 1 year in industry and 2 years in teaching.
Mr. Supriya Mana
M. Pharm (Pharmacology) from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. He has an experience of 3 years in teaching and has 5 publications.
Dr. Gopa Roy Biswas
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) and Ph.D. from Jadavpur University. She has an experience of 10 years in teaching and 2 years in research. She has a number of International publications and conference presentations.
Mr. Angshuman Lahiri
M. Pharm (Applied Bio-chemistry) from Jadavpur University. He has an experience of 6 years in teaching and 1 year in industry. He has presented 6 oral presentations and 2 poster presentations in various national and international conferences. Mr. Lahiri is actively associated with professional organizations like IPA, IPGA, ISCA, APTI and ICS.
Dr. Santanu Sannigrahi
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry) from BPUT, Orissa and Ph.D from Jadavpur University. He has more than 7 years experience in teaching and has 23 international as well as national publications .
Dr. Shyamoshree Basu Ghosh
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) and Ph. D. from Jadavpur University. She is a gold medalist in M. Pharm. She has 2 conference presentations and 7research publications in national and international journals.
Mr. Koushik Biswas
M. Pharm (Pharmacology) from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. He has an experience of 3 years in teaching with 4 publications and few conference presentations.
Mr. Swarupananda Mukherjee
M. Pharm (Pharmaceutics) from Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Karnataka. He has an experience of 5 years in teaching and has 23 publications and published two books under LAP LAMBERT PUBLISHERS, Germany. Awarded lifetime membership from American Nano Society.
Mr. Dhrubajyoti Sarkar
M. Pharm in Pharmacognosy from J.S.S. College of Pharmacy, Ooty. He has 7 years of teaching experience and has published a number of research papers in National and International journals. He has guided 3 M. Pharm students in their project. He is a life member of APTI.
Dr. Souvik Roy
Ph.D. from Jadavpur University. 9 years of teaching and research experience and published. 13 research papers in different international and national journals. He has attended a number of national and international conferences.
Dr. Sajal Kumar Roy Choudhury
Dr. Sajal Roychoudhury - M.Pharm (Pharmaceutical Chemistry ) and Ph.D from Jadavpur University. He has total 34 yrs. of experience in various Pharmaceutical Industry as well as Drugs Control, Govt. of West Bengal . He has 4 International publications.
Dr. Ramesh Kumari Dasgupta
Dr. Ramesh Kumari Dasgupta – M.Pharm ( Pharmaceutical Chemistry ) and Ph.D from Jadavpur University. She has total 9 years of experience and having 2 International publications in her credit.
Mr. Samit Bera
Mr. Samit Bera, Assistant Professor - M.Pharm (Pharmacology ) from Jadavpur University. He has total 2.5 years of experience and having 1 International publication in his credit.
The lush green ambience in the campus, far from maddening crowd, is spread over 2.12 acres, in which are situated two Institutional Blocks ,Canteen & Cafeteria.
Class Rooms are spacious, airy and completely dust-free with comfortable seating arrangement. All class rooms are equipped with Overhead LCD projector and LAN connection .
“Knowledge is free at the Library, just bring your own container”-- It is a belief to facilitate production & dissemination of knowledge, information, insights & intellect in all scientific communities.
For any academic program in pharmacy, the participant is facilitated with the latest reading resources from all over the world. The Central Library includes a wide range of Text books and monographs of different branches of Pharmaceutical Sciences and allied subjects (more than 6250 volumes & 1225 titles). About 30 printed national Journals, 13 international Journals and are subscribed to two International Scientific Data Base namely Science Direct & Bentham Science Pharmacy collection of journals , through which students can access 100s of scientific journals. Students can access other vital academic information, like previous Semester question papers, project reports stored in Library Server through Reading Room PCs.
The Laboratories are developed with state of the art infrastructure with facilities of advanced & sophisticated equipments. The infrastructure of the Laboratory has been so designed to match the facilities at par with the Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Analytical Testing Laboratories in the GMP certified Pharmaceutical Companies and Research Labs. The working atmosphere in regular Practical Classes in such Laboratories will enable the students to be well acquainted with the Industrial manufacturing & testing as well as scientific research processes.
Under Graduate Laboratories include
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory Medicinal Chemistry Laboratory Machine Room and Engineering Drawing Laboratory Physical Pharmaceutics Laboratory Biopharmaceutics Laboratory Pharmaceutical Technology Laboratory Industrial Pharmacy Laboratory Physiology & Pharmacology Laboratory Pharmaceutical Microbiology & Biotechnology Laboratory Pharmacognosy Laboratory Central Instrument Room – Equipped with Sophisticated Instruments , eg FTIR with ATR attachment – Bruker , Germany High Performance Liquid Chromatography – Waters Corporation, USA UV-Vis Spectrophotometer – Shimadzu 1800, Japan. Precision 4 digit Balance – Mettler-Toledo Flourometer Flame Photometer etc.
Post Graduate Laboratories include
Pharmaceutics Laboratory Pharmaceutics Research Laboratory Pharmacology Laboratory Pharmacology Research Laboratory Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory Pharmaceutical Chemistry Research Laboratory Pharmaceutical Analysis Laboratory Pharmaceutical Analysis Research Laboratory
The Laboratories are equipped with state of the art infrastructure with facilities of advanced & sophisticated equipments , viz
10 Station Rotary tablet compression machine - Karnavati Universal Drive with six attachments for tablets & other preparation – karnavati Brookfield Viscometer Dissolution Test apparatus 8 bucket – microprocessor based Disintegration Test apparatus - microprocessor based Projection microscope with trinocular head Data accusation system for biological assay Digital plethysmograph
Regular coaching classes for admission to PG courses --- For admission to M. Pharm. Course, national level entrance tests like GPAT/NIPER/PGET are conducted by various Universities and Institutes in collaboration with AICTE. NCPT has taken the responsibility of training the prospective candidates interested in further studies by carrying out regular coaching classes and mock test (twice-a-week) under the guidance and supervision of highly experienced faculty members.
Paper Publications In Details
Bijaya Ghosh, Naresh Rajgor, Pallavi k, Jayesh patel. Feasibility of Rosiglitazone maleate for transdermal delivery. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Innovation 2011;2: 23-31
Souvik Roy, Santanu Sannigrahi, Subhabrota Majumdar, Balaram Ghosh, Biswajit Sarkar. Resveratrol regulates antioxidant status, inhibits cytokine expression and restricts apoptosis in carbon tetrachloride induced rat hepatic injury. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity 2011; (in press). [Impact factor 2.468]
Roy Souvik,Mondru Anil Kumar, Dontamalla Sudheer kumar,Vedapalli Ram Prasad, Sannigrahi Santanu, Veerareddy Prabhakar Reddy. Methoxy VO–salen Stimulates Pancreatic β Cell Survival by Upregulation of eNOS and Downregulation of Apoptosis in STZ-induced Diabetic Rats. Biological Trace element Research 2011; (Article in press)
Santanu Sannigrahi, Upal Kanti Mazumder, Dilipkumar Pal, Silpi Lipsa Mishra. Terpenoids of Clerodendrum infortunatum exhibit anticancer activity against Ehrlich’s ascites carcinoma (EAC) in mice. Pharmaceutical Biology; 2011 (in press) [Impact factor 0.638]
Sibram Paria, Shaswati Chaki, Sujata G Dastidar and Musfiqua Mookerjee. Evaluation of antimicrobial activity and antioxidant property of a V. negundo leaf extract. International Journal of Drug formulation and Research, 2011; 2(4), 337-346.
Souvik Roy, Anil Kumar Mondru, Sudheer Kumar Dontamalla, Ram Prasad Vaddepalli, Santanu Sannigrahi, Prabhakar Reddy Veerareddy. Methoxy VO-salen stimulates pancreatic β-cell survival by upregulation of eNOS and downregulation of apoptosis in STZ induced diabetic rat. Biological Trace Element Research; 2011 (DOI 10.1007/s12011-011-9139-1). [Impact factor 1.523]
Roy Souvik, Dontamalla Sudheer kumar, Mondru Anil Kumar, Sannigrahi Santanu, Veerareddy Prabhakar Reddy. Downregulation of Apoptosis and Modulation of TGF-β1by Sodium Selenate Prevents Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetic Rat Renal Impairment. Biological Trace element Research 2011; 139: 55-71
Majumdar Subhabrota, Roy Souvik, Chowdhury Subhadeep. Preparation and gamma scintigraphic evaluation of colon specific pellets of ketoprofen prepared by powder layering technology. Daru 2011; 19 (1): 47-56
Arijit Mondal, Tapan Kumar Maity, Dilipkumar Pal, Santanu Sannigrahi, Jagadish Singh. Isolation and in-vivo hepatoprotective activity of Melothria heterophylla (Lour.) Cogn. against chemically induced liver injuries in rats. Asian Pacific Journal of Topical Medicine 2011; 4(8): 619-623.
Santanu Sannigrahi, Upal Kanti Mazumder, Dilipkumar Pal, Silpi Lipsa Mishra, Subhasis Maity. Flavonoids of Enhydra fluctuans exhibits analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity in different animal models. Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2011; 24(3): 369-375. [Impact factor 0.825]
Arijit Mondal, Tapan Kumar Maity, Dilipkumar Pal, Santanu Sannigrahi. HPTLC determination of phenolic compounds and antioxidant activity of aerial parts of Melothria heterophylla (Lour.) Cogn. International Journal of Drug Development Research 2010; 2(4): 40-46.
Sekhar K Bose, Saikat Dewanjee, Ranabir Sahu, Shankar P Dey. Effect of bergapten from Heracleum nepalense root on production of pro-inflammatory cytokines. Natural Product Research. 2011; 25 1444-1449 ( IF-0.906)
B.R Sarkar,V.K Rai,B.Kapoor,S.Sharma,J.P Mohanty,Dhrubajyoti Sarkar,M.K Sharma,A.Dhar. Preliminary phytochemical screening and evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of ethanolic extract of leaves of Indigofera tinctoria Linn.International Journal of Research in Phytochemistry & Pharmacology 2011;1(2),55-58.
Supriya Mana, Mohammad Asif Ansari, Basavaraj HC, Goli Divakar. Antidiabetic effect of Holarrhena antidysenterica seeds on streptozotocin induced diabetic rats. Pharmacologyonline 2011;1: 426-431.
S Mukherjee*, Ushasi Das. Quantum dots An optimistic approach to novel therapeutics International Journal Pharmaceutical Science Review &. Research 2011; 7 (2): 59-64. – exist
*Shalini Kapoor Mehta*, Swarupananda Mukherjee, B. Jaiprakash. Anti-Inflamatory activity of the methanolic extract of Buchanania Lanzan leaves by carrageenan-induced rat paw oedema method. International Journal Pharmaceutical Science Review &. Research 2011; 6 (2): 144-146.
Shyamoshree Basu. Development and in vitro evaluation of protein loaded PLGA microspheres. The Pharma Research 2011; 5: 184-192. (Impact factor: 0.5)
2011 – National
1. Bijaya Ghosh and Moumita Das Kirtania. The Pharm.D course of PCI:Is the country ready for it? NSHM Journal of Pharmacy and Healthcare Management 2011; 2: 26-30
2. Dhrubajyoti Sarkar,Sushanta Kumar Das. Evaluation of drug information service provided by clinical pharmacists in a south Indian hospital. NSHM Journal of Pharmacy and Healthcare Management 2011; 2,93-97 .
3. M. Biswas, K. Biswas, T. K. Karan, S. Bhattacharya, A. K .Ghosh , P. K. Haldar. ‘ Evaluation of analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of Terminalia arjuna leaf ’’. Journal of Phytology 2011;vol-3(1):pages-33-38
4. Swarupananda Mukherjee*, Sandip Swapan Patra, Dhrubajyoti Sarkar.Dendrimers: A novel approach in nano drug delivery. NSHM Journal of Pharmacy and Healthcare Management 2011; 2: 51-60.
5. *Swarupananda Mukherjee*, Sandip Swapan Patra, Dhrubajyoti Sarkar.Dendrimers: A novel approach in nano drug delivery. NSHM Journal of Pharmacy and Healthcare Management 2011; 2: 51-60.
6. Swarupananda Mukherjee*, Yoganand S, Sruthi T, Vinay Dutt, Amit Kumar Das. Awarness of Tuberculosis in a rural area of South West Andhra Pradesh. Bio Medical & Pharmacology Journal. 2010; 3(2): 435-438.
7. Baby S, Jecob J, Dey T, Mukherjee S. FORMULATION, DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF MATRIX TYPE TRANSDERMAL PATCHES OF CARVEDILOL. INDIAN DRUGS 2010; 47(1): 61-65
8. Shouvik Bhattacharya, Tapas Kumar Pal. A Review on fast disolving Tablet Technology. PHARMATUTOR 2011 ART-1075; http://www.pharmatutor.org/articles/a-review-on-fast-dissolving-tablet-technology
9. *Gopa Roy Biswas , Subhasis Maity. Solubility Enhancement of Poorly Water Soluble Drug Amoxycillin trihydrate by Modified Gum Karaya Using Solid Dispersion Technique. International Journal of Drug Formulation & Research 2011; Vol.2: No.1, pp. 235-249.
2010 – International
Bijaya Ghosh, Kaushal Dave, Sonal Dubey and Pallavi K. Synthesis and evaluation of esmolol esters for transdermal delivery. Drug Delivery 2010; 17:532-541.
Bijaya Ghosh, Rashmi Baser, Uma patil and BM Dinesh. Synthesis and evaluation of esmolol esters for transdermal delivery. PDA Journal of Science & Technology2010; 64: 20-27
**Satarupa Acharjee, Kailash G Bothara,Shashikant V Bhandari,Tapan .K.Maity, Design, synthesis and pharmacological screening of hybrid molecules. Medicinal Chemistry Research 2010; 20:705-713 (NSHM)—IF- 1.058
Veera Talukdar, Amit konar, Sibram Paria, Subhasis Maity, Tapas Kumar Pal. A new approach to Gene prediction, based on the self organizing map. International Journal of Medical Engineering and Informatics 2010, Vol 2, No.2, pp 107 – 121.
*Sannigrahi Santanu, Mazumdar Upal Kanti, Mondal Arijit, Pal Dilip Kumar, Mishra Shilpi Lipsa, Roy Souvik. Flavonoids of Enhydra fluctuans Exhibit Anticancer Activity against Ehrlich’s Ascites Carcinoma in Mice. Natural Product Communication 2010; 5: 1239-1242
Sekhar K. Bose, Subhasis Maity, Saikat Dewanjee , Subhash C Mandal, Abhijit SenGupta. Antimicrobial potential of Rhus semialata Murr against bacterial diarrhea. Journal of Pure and Applied microbiology 2010; 4: 879-882.
*Shaswati Chaki, Sayanti Mukherjee, Sukhen Das, Musfiqua Mookerjee and Sujata G.Dastidar Evaluation of Bactericidal Action of Methylglyoxal and its Further Potentiation in the Presence of Honey, International Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Science, 2010; 4 (1), 66-69
Shyamoshree Basu and Amal Kumar Bandyopadhyay. Nasal Drug Delivery: An Overview. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology 2010; 4:1-20.
Shyamoshree Basu and Amal Kumar Bandyopadhyay. Development and Characterization of Mucoadhesive In Situ Nasal Gel of Midazolam Prepared with Ficus carica Mucilage. AAPS PharmSciTech 2010; 11: 1223-31(Impact factor: 1.21)
Arun Jana, Shyamoshree Basu, Kazi A. Ali, Amal K. Bandyopadhyay. Development and Physicochemical Evaluation of Bilayered Floating Tablet of Diltiazem Hydrochloride Prepared from Plantago ovata Seed Husk. Latin American Journal of Pharmacy 2010; 29:1-5(Impact factor: 0.329)
Biswajit Mukherjee, Gopa Roy, Kousik Santra, Basudev Sahana. Lactide-glycolide polymers as nano-dimensional carriers for drugs. International Journal of Biomedical Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2010; Vol.1: Nos. 2/3/4, pp.230-246.
N.Damodharan, Gopa Roy, Soma Ghosh, and Biswajit Mukherjee. Skin-permeation of Rosiglitazone from Transdermal Matrix Patches Based on Pressure Sensitive Adhesive Polymers: In Vitro and In Vivo study. Pharmaceutical Technology 2010, pp. 56-72.
Shalini Kapoor Mehta*, Swarupananda Mukherjee, B. Jaiprakash. Preliminary Phytochemical Investigation on Leaves of Buchanania Lanzan (Chironji) International Journal Pharmaceutical Science Review &. Research 2010; 3 (2): 55-59.
Mukherjee S*, Yoganand S, Sruthi T, VinayDutt, Velanganeeswara Rao. Awareness of Swine Flu in an urban area of south west Andhra Pradesh. International Journal Pharmaceutical Science Review &. Research 2010; 2 (1): 11-13.
Nehi Parvish Kumar, Mukherjee Swarupananda, Biswanath B.A. Design and evaluation of sustained release chitosan coated phenylephrine hydrochloride microcapsules. International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences. 2010; VI (1): 1-10.
Awards and fellowships
Ankita Chakraborty - A student of B. Pharm 2nd Year, she has received Sitaram Jindal Scholarship, 2011 for her excellent academic performance.
Abhishek Gupta - A student of B. Pharm 2nd Year, he has received IPA Bengal Pharma and Healthcare Trust Scholarship, 2010-2011, for his excellent academic performance.
Arnab Bhattacharjee - Student of B. Pharm 1st Year, Arnab Bhattacharjee, received a token of appreciation from EdCIL (India) Ltd., a Government of India undertaking, for creating an excellent poster on Anti-Smoking awareness.
Md. Firoz Khan - A Student of B.Pharm, 4th year he has received IPA Bengal Pharma and Helathcare Trust Scholarship 2011-12.
Ms. Debarati Ghosh - A Student of B.Pharm, 1st yea , she has received Sitaram Jindal Scholarship, 2012 for her excellent academic performance.
Ms. Akhi Bhattacharya - A Student of B.Pharm, 4th year , she has received Sitaram Jindal Scholarship, 2011 for her excellent academic performance.
Ms. Riddhi Das - A Student of B.Pharm, 5th year , she has received Sitaram Jindal Scholarship, 2011 for her excellent academic performance.
NSHM college of pharmaceutical technology (NCPT) has a strong commitment to community involvement. Here, students enjoy an extraordinary array of experiential learning about the world and life via conferences, seminars and community-based activities.
To close the gap between classroom teaching and real life problems of the profession, NCPT organizes ‘NATCONPH’ , an annual national conference. The institute organizes the conference in January/February every year. It attracts leading speakers and delegate from the industries and academia from all over India. It is a platform where our students.
Interact with peers and discuss on common areas of interests Gain insights from domain specialists Make valuable contacts with educators and industry experts
NATCONPH2010 , the first annual conference of NCPT was organized in January 2010 at Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science Auditorium, Jadavpur & NSHM Knowledge Campus. The theme of the conference was ‘ Pharmaceutical & Health Care Management’.
NATCONPH 2011, the second conference of NCPT was organized in February 2011, in collaboration with Division of Pharmaceuticals and Fine Chemicals, Department of Chemical Technology, Calcutta University. The theme of the conference was “Innovations and Opportunities in Pharmaceutical Technology: Industry-Institute Interaction” and Venue -Dr Triguna Sen Memorial Hall; Jadavpur University Campus & NSHM Knowledge Campus, Kolkata.
NATCONPH 2012, the third conference was held during Feb, 2012. This time the theme was “Impact of Pharmaceutical Education & Research in Redefining Healthcare Industry of 21st Century” The venue was -Dr Triguna Sen Memorial Hall; Jadavpur University Campus & NSHM Knowledge Campus, Kolkata.
For details click here – link with www.natconph.com
National pharmacy week
In the month of November, every year NCPT celebrates National Pharmacy Week. The occasion is marked by Seminar, Poster competition, Quiz competition, Debate & Cultural programmes. Our students use the opportunity to organize blood donation camps. Essay Competitions are organized involving school students and prizes are awarded to the winners.
NCPT understand the importance of real world experience and eposes its students to these through seminars and symposiums. Throughout the year, Seminars & Workshops are arranged on topics of professional relevance. Leading speakers from the industries and Institutes from all over India are invited to deliver talks.
Some of the recently held seminars are : -
1. Seminar on “ Antibiotic-resistance of bacteria : A global challenge” , by Dr. Madhab Chattopadhyay, Scientist, Centre for Cellular & Molecular Biology, Hyderabad
2. Invited talk on ‘Master Validation Plan’ by Mr. D. R. Majumder, Corporate QA Advisor, East India Pharmaceutical Works Ltd.
3. Interactive session presented by Dr. Shibu Chakravarti, President, Pharma Formulation Solution Inc., USA on
i)Understanding of ecipients, granulation & compaction
ii) Measuring trend in Development of New Drugs : cost, Time, Risk & Return.
4. A presentation on ‘Advances in Different Fields of Drug Research’ by Prof. O D Gulati, National Academy of Medical Sciences.
5. “Ocular Drug Delivery System” by Dr. Surojit Dey, Associate Professor, University of South Nevada, USA;
6. “Role of Quality Assurance in Pharmaceutical Industries” by Mr. M M Das, QA Manager, East India Pharmaceutical Works.
7. “Recent Trends in Pharmaceutical Sales & Marketing” by Mr. Sunirmal Roy Chowdhury, Sales Manager (cardio-vascular div) , Ranbaxy Laboratories.
8. Awareness session by Dr. Debiprasad Chattopadhya, Asst. Director, ICMR Virus Unit, Kolkata on Nutritional Supplements – Their Supportive Role In Improvement of Health
9. Workshop on “Packaging Material In Pharmaceutical Products” by Mr. Milinda Bandopadhyaya, Sr. Executive, Quality Control, Emami Group
Language Across the Curriculum
To compete at the national and international level a good pharmacist needs to be proficient in English and have at least some basic computer skill. NCPT offers opportunities for students to improve their English language skills along with the curricular studies. The institute has well equipped language labs state- of- the art computer labs provides instructors experienced in these particular fields.
Pharmaceutics Pharmacology Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance
Number of seats in the above mentioned specializations
Pharmaceutics-24 Pharmacology-24 Pharmaceutical Chemistry -18 Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance - 18
The Following Subjects are in Course Curriculum
Pharmaceutical Product Development & Dosage form Design Bio-statistics Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics Drug Delivery System Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Process Validation & CGMP Physical Pharmaceutics Clinical Research Methods & Clinical Trials Synopsis, Presentation, Thesis and Defence of Thesis based on Project General Pharmacology Advanced Pharmacology Clinical Pharmacology Molecular Pharmacology Quality Assurance and Pharmaceutics Phytopharmaceutical Analysis Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis Advanced Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Placement Status of current Batch (2012) till May, 2012
|Name of the Students||Name of the organization||Working as (Profile)|
|Subhomoy Sengupta||Merck Pvt Ltd.||Executive Business Officer|
|Sirsendu Dasgupta||Merck Pvt Ltd.||Executive Business Officer|
|Joysree Mukherjee||Lupin Pharma.||Professional Business Executive|
|Biplab Das||Merck Pvt Ltd.||Executive Business Officer|
|Debsmita Sinha||Biotech Trading Pvt Ltd.||Executive-Scientific Information|
|Ravi Kumar||Ranbaxy Pvt Ltd.||Executive Apprentice in Production, QA & QC|
|Sudipta Ata||Medica Super Speciality Hospital||Executive Pharmacist|
|Roshan Pandey||Lupin Pharma||Professional Business Executive|
|Soumen Majumder||Ranbaxy Pvt Ltd.||Executive Apprentice in Production, QA & QC|
|Aritra Dutta Gupta||Ranbaxy Pvt Ltd.||Executive Apprentice in Production, QA & QC|
|Sumit Mukherjee||Ranbaxy Pvt Ltd.||Executive Apprentice in Production, QA & QC|
|Pallavi Chakraborty||Emami Pvt Ltd.||Executive in Research & Development|
|Aniket Bose||Nestle Pvt Ltd.||Professional Business Executive|
(Students selected for final HR Round : 5 students have already selected for Nestle Pvt Ltd, 5 for DATA CORE, 3 for TCS, 4 for Merck Pvt Ltd, 1 for Emami Pvt Ltd, 2 for Lupin Pharma, 2 for DUSAP Pvt Ltd etc.)
|Glaxo SmithKline Pharmaceuticals Limited||RANBAXY CV of Ranbaxy Labs. Ltd.||Nestle India Limited|
|Eli Lily and Company (India) Pvt. Ltd.||Paulson's Drugs
|Mendine Pharmaceuticals (P) Ltd.|
|Klar Sehen Private Limited||Lupin Laboratories Ltd.||Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. (Factory at Paonta Sahib)|
|East India Chemical Works Pvt. Ltd.||Pharma Link||Johnson & Johnson Group|
|Burnet Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd.||Modimundi Pharma Pvt. Ltd.||A G A Chemicals (Ayurvedic Divison)|
|Micro Labs||Abbott India Limited||Stadmed Pvt. Ltd.|
|Dey’s Medical Stores (Mfg.) Ltd.||Wockhardt Ltd.||CADILA|
|Biocon Ltd.||Walter Bushnell Ltd.||Eskaar Hygia Pharm. Ltd.|
|Befam Pharmaceuticals||Bengal Chemicals||Emami Ltd.|
|Micro Lab Pvt. Ltd.||Albert David Ltd. and many more.|
Your qualification gets due recognition across academic spheres, corporate, PSUs,
NGOs and further.
It is a 2 Years Full Time course, approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), Ministry of H.R.D. Govt. of India and affiliated to West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT), Govt. of W.B.