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SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (SPS) SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN (SOA) UNIVERSITY K.8, Kalinga Nagar, Ghatkia, Bhubaneswar – 751003 www.soauniversity.ac.in.

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Presentation on theme: "SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (SPS) SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN (SOA) UNIVERSITY K.8, Kalinga Nagar, Ghatkia, Bhubaneswar – 751003 www.soauniversity.ac.in."— Presentation transcript:

1 SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (SPS) SIKSHA O ANUSANDHAN (SOA) UNIVERSITY K.8, Kalinga Nagar, Ghatkia, Bhubaneswar –

2 OUR MISSION Educate students to become responsible, enlightened, and productive citizens; Conduct scholarship and promote entrepreneurship that improve the human conditions; Develop leader in all walks of life; Enhance the cultural environment of the region.

3 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE Committee Industrial Training Pharma Division Research Committee of Institute (RCI) Cum Advisory Board Student Advisers UG Examination Placement Cell HOD Ph.Ceutics/ Ph.Tech. Research & Development Academic Set up (Curriculum Design & Evaluation) DEAN (Pharmacy) Grievance Cell CHANCELLOR Anti Women Harass Cell Vice-Chancellor HOD Ph. Analysis & QA HOD Ph.Cology HOD Ph.Cognosy Course Coordinators DAC BOS BOF AC HOD Ph. Chemistry HOD Bio-Technology Anti Ragging Administrative Set up Student Discipline Committee Registrar Co-ordination Committee PG Exam Committee Co-curricular Activities

4 COURSES OFFERED A. 4 Years B.Pharm Programme B. 2 Years M.Pharm Programme (4 Branches) i. Pharmaceutics ii. Pharmaceutical Technology iii. Pharmaceutical Analysis & QA iv. Pharmacology C. Ph.D Programme in Pharmacy SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (SPS) ESTD

5 ADMISSION PROCESS Centralized process by the university through our national entrance test SAAT As per applicable reservation policy 30% reservation for women Demand Ratio (No. of seats : No. of applications)–1:10

6 CATERING TO THE DIVERSE NEEDS Orientation programmes are conducted before start of Academic Session. One Adviser For 15 Students of UG & 10 Students of PG Continuous Evaluation through out the year Short Assignments & Quiz Summer Quarter for weaker students followed by Supplementary Exam

7 TEACHING – LEARNING PROCESS Academic Calendar Lesson Plan Teaching Methodology Audio-visual aids like Multi-media Projector Assignments Quiz Seminars Class Test/Lab Test

8 TEACHER QUALITY Total nos. of faculty members : 32 Nos. of Professors: 05 Nos. of Assoc. Professors: 05 Nos. of Asst. Professors: 20 Adjunct Faculty: 2 Nos. as Ph.D holders (69 %) : 22 Nos. of M. Pharm/ M.Phil /M.Tech degree and registered For Ph.D. : 17 Ratio of teachers to students is : 1:15 Ratio of Teachers to Research scholars is : 1:3

9 Continuous Evaluation System Class Tests/Lab Test Quiz/ Viva-voce Assignments Attendance, Regularity & Class Participation Lab. Experiments End Semester Examination EVALUATION PROCESS & REFORMS

10 RESEARCH, CONSULTANCY & EXTENSION

11 Research Papers Total 84 nos. of publications in last five years Around 20 publications carry the citation index / impact factor ranging from 0.5 to 3.5. Seminars and Conferences :International 04 :National 69 Research Project Assessment of genetic diversity in the genus Zingiber using different molecular markers and in vitro conservation of some rare and economic important taxa amounting Rs lakhs sanctioned by DBT, New Delhi, to Dr. S. Nayak as the Chief investigator. (2006) Contd. RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS OUTPUT

12 Contd. Biochemical and molecular characterization of wild and cultivated Ipomea species emphasizing on stress tolerance genotypes amounting around Rs.20 Lakhs to Dr. L. Acharya by DST, New Delhi. (Young Scientist, 2009). Dr. S.Nayak has received a project worth Rs.35 lakhs by DBT, New Delhi. (2009) Mr. Rajaram Satpathy has received a project from DST, New Delhi for Ph.D. work under University Gold Medal Scheme.(2010) Dr.Bharat Bhusan Subudhi has received a project worth 12 lakhs from DRDO, Project entitled Evaluation of efficacy of losartan carboxylic acid against oxidative stress and development of novel approaches for its brain delivery against neurodegenerative disorders ( ). Dr. Goutam Ghosh & Dr. Debajyoti Das has received a project worth lakhs from DBT, Project entitled Development of standardized herbal extracts against urinary tract infections ( ).

13 Total Built-up area of 8500 sqm 07 nos. of well furnished class rooms of 675 sqm and 5 tutorial halls of 235 sqm. 16 nos. of laboratories (1781 sqm) well equipped with sophisticated equipments. Museum, Animal House, Auditorium, Seminar hall and Green House cum Herbal Garden of appropriate area. Amenities and circulation area of 2560 sqm PHYSICAL FACILITIES

14 INSTRUMENTAL FACILITIES

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17 Area: 3420 sqm. Timing: 8 AM to 8 PM Spacious Reading Room facility for students as well as faculty nos. of titles of books bearing 7490 nos. of volumes. Around 500 nos. of volumes and nos. of titles are added every year LIBRARY AS A LEARNING RESOURCES

18 Contd. e-journal facility through Science Direct (92), Proquest (71). Hard Copy of 17 nos. of National and 02 nos. of International journals Classification and Cataloguing of books Photocopy facility Modern library software packages (LIBSYS).

19 41 computer systems connected with LAN facilities with 20KVA UPS back-up system Internet Facility (For students & Faculty) Provision of Multi-media Projectors Wi-Fi Networks facility round the clock. ICT AS LEARNING RESOURCES

20 Weekly seminar Pre-placement Training Mock Interviews Debate Club Literary Club Drawing Club Indoor Club ORIENTATION ACTIVITIES

21 National Pharmacy Week Silent Rallies Awareness Programmes Health & Blood Donation Camp Alumni Meet STUDENT ACTIVITIES

22 ANNUAL FUNCTION AMITY & Sports EACH YEAR IN THE MONTH OF FEBRUARY

23 Monthly Seminar with experts from Industry Review of employability of students by experts Collaboration for projects and research Yearly Industry visit by students Industry experts as curriculum advisor INDUSTRY – INSTITUTE INTERACTION

24 Mr Arabindakshya Mishra Director, Development QA Dr.Reddys Lab, Hyderabad Mr Ranjit Mohapatra Manager, Production Alkem Laboratories Sikkim OUR ESTEEMED ADVISORS Mr Sanjeeb Kumar Mishra Dy.G.M Quality Assurance Bharat Serum & Vaccines Ltd Ambernath, Maharastra

25 Contd. Mr Rashmi Ranjan Patra Vice-President Actavis Pharma Ltd. Chennai Mr Sanjay Das Mohapatra Vice President (Technical) Medopharm Ltd. Chennai Mr. Dhiraj Chopra DGM, Bharat Serum & Vaccines.

26 Contd. Dr. Y.Madhusudan Rao Professor Kakatia University. Dr. P.Swain Sr.Scientist, CIFA. Prof. D.P. RAY VC, OUAT.

27 Dr.Partha Sarathi Mukharjee Scientist-G IMMT, Bhubaneshwar Contd. Dr Sanjeev Sahoo. Scientist-G ILS, Bhubaneshwar Prof.A.C.Dash. Ex.Professor, NISER &Utkal University, Bhubaneshwar

28 Contd. Mr. Pankaj Kumar Micro Labs. Bangalore Mr. Rajiv Diwan Head HR Wanbury Limited Dr. Ravi Vishwanath General Manager (Operational Excellence) MYLAN- MATRIX PHARMACEUTICALS

29 Contd. Dr. Niranjan Singh Director Devinne SBR International Pvt. Ltd. Dr. R. Bhattacharya Consultant-SERI, D.S.T.(GOI) Dr.P.L.Nayak CRRI, CTC

30 Contd. Dr.P.K.Sahu Utkal University, BBSR Dr. P.Poddar National Chemical Laboratory, Pune Dr.A.Mukherjee Calcutta University, Kolkata

31 Contd. Dr.S.Krishnamoorthy IMRE, Singapore Dr.R.N.Saha BITS, Pilani Dr.S.K.Mitra Assistant Controller of Patents & Design Govt. of India

32 Contd. Mr.Biswajit Bhunia Research Scientist Wockhardt Research Centre, Aurangabad Mr.Rabindra Mohanty Manager - III Ranbaxy Lab Ltd. Dewas, MP Mr.Santanu Ghosh Vice President R & D Lincoln Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Gandhinagar, Gujrat

33 Contd. Mr. Manas Nayak Director. Mudra Advertising Agency Mr. Manas Ranjan Sahoo Production Manager Ranbaxy Lab Ltd. Dewas, MP. Vasantha Lakshmi Pisipati Sr.Manager, R.A. Macleods Pharmaceuticals, Mumbai

34 Contd. Dr. Kapileswar Swain VP. Macleods Research Centre, Mumbai Mr.Akhilesh Mishra, VP(HR) Bharat Serum & Vaccines Ltd., Mumbai Mr.Ganesh Das, Sr.Manager, Corporate QA, Alkem Laboratories Ltd., Mumbai

35 Contd. Mrs.Namita Priya, HR Head, Kalinga Hospital, Bhubaneswar Mr. V. G. S. Sharma, Co-Founder & Head BD Flair Labs Ltd. Gujarat Mr. Parag Chitta Das, General Manager - Manufacturing Torrent Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Ahmedabad, Gujarat

36 Contd. Dr.Sairam Behera Senior Analyst An Qual Laboratories The University of Auckland Newzeland Mr. Rajesh Kshirsagar, Vice-President (R&D), Micro Labs, Bangalore Mr D P Mishra Director-International Marketing Caplin Point Laboratories Ltd., Chennai

37 Contd. Mr Ajit Kumar Tripathy Business Analyst ICBIO Clinical Research Bangalore Mr Nilay Mondal Business Development Manager BRAND Scientific Instrumentation Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore Mr. Awadhesh Chandra Tiwari Vice President – Operation IPCA Laboratories Ltd. Sikkim

38 Contd. Mr. K. Thakur, RM Mr. Biswajit Mohapatra, ASM Franco Indian Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. Dr. Kapileswar Swain, VP Macleods Research Centre Mr.Akhilesh Mishra, VP(HR) Bharat Serum & Vaccines Ltd., Mumbai

39 Contd. Mr Deepak Srivastava Manager HR ZHC Ltd. Ms Rupali Aparajita Sr. HR Executive Micro Labs Mr. Sidhartha Subudhi, CEO Ms. Sulagna Panda, HR Manager Mr. Smruti Ranjan Mishra, HR Executive

40 Sl No. Name Of The Company Sl No. Name Of The Company Sl No. Name Of The Company 1 BHARAT SERUMS & VACCINES LTD 11 PANACEA BIOTECH 21 VHB MEDISCIENCES 2 APOTEX INDIA 12 GLENMARK 22 SANDOZ 3 MICROLABS 13 CAPLIN POINT 23 COGNIZANT 4 DR REDDYS 14 ALKEM 24 AZIANT 5 MANKIND 15 MATRIX 25 GEBBS HEALTHCARE 6 V- ENSURE PHARMA 16 FLAIR LABS 26 MEDREICH 7 MACLEODS 17 IND SWIFT 27 SANOFI AVENTIS 8 WOCKHARDT 18 ALEMBIC 28 MEDOPHARM 9 EVONIK LTD. 19 ZYDUS CADILA 29 CIRON DRUGS 10 CIPLA 20 ACTAVIS 30 LUPIN PHARMA OUR RECRUITERS & COLLABORATORS

41 Siksha O Anusandhan Deemed to be University SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCES (SPS)


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