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Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

The Pharmaceutics department of RKP College of Pharmacy was established in the year 2023 to strengthen research and training in the area of Drug Delivery. The department initiated the research activities in the field of pharmaceutical technology which includes drug delivery systems (Tablets, capsules, liquid orals, microcapsules, nanoparticles, transdermal systems etc.), plant-based biopolymers as excipients for developing different delivery system, herbal pharmaceuticals and their standardization, dissolution method development for synthetic API and herbals.

To provide quality education and training to enable students to face emerging challenges of the pharmaceutics, pharmaceutical technology, competitiveness and entrepreneurship and to facilitate research in the field of pharmaceutics.
Employ innovative, practical oriented teaching methods and to have conducive atmosphere in the department of Pharmaceutics
Design cutting edge research in the field of Drug Delivery and Dosage form.
Foster an entrepreneurial spirit & create job opportunities globally.
* To expand high quality academics and support systems to ensure the success of our students of Pharmaceutics Department.
* To promote active, collaborative, and experiential learning that prepares students for a rapidly changing Pharmaceutical Industry.
To support faculty development and training so that the department will continue its success in teaching, scholarship, outreach, and professional service.
 

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Pharmaceutics is the discipline of pharmacy that deals with all facets of the process of converting a new chemical entity into a Dosage forms like Tablets, Capsules, Oral Liquids, Ointments, Injectable, Aerosols, Transdermal Patches etc. that can be safely and effectively used in the clinical practice. Pharmaceutics is the science of dosage form design on the basis of physicochemical properties, rate and extent of absorption of drugs and route of administration. Dosage form designing is followed by industrial scale manufacturing, quality control, packaging and dispensing of the product. Pharmaceutics also includes study and formulation of cosmetics like face powders, cold creams, sunscreen lotions, tooth-pastes, nail-polish, lip-sticks, eye shadows, shampoos, hair dyes etc. and nutritional supplements like vitamins, calcium and iron supplements. The department of Pharmaceutics has well equipped laboratories where students are trained in the various formulation development techniques and related quality control aspects. In the Industrial Pharmacy Laboratory pilot scale manufacturing and various industry sponsored projects of formulation development are being carried out.

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