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Utkaluniversity.nic.inUniversity Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Evaluative Report of the Programme
Name of the Programme: University Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Year of establishment : Is the Department part of a School/Faculty of the university? Faculty of Science and Technology Names of programmes offered (UG, PG, M.Phil., Ph.D., Integrated Masters; Integrated Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Litt., etc.) : a. PG - M. Pharm. in six different specializations viz., Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry Pharmacology Pharmacognosy (Herbal Drug Technology) Pharmacy Practice (Hospital & Clinical Pharmacy) Pharmaceutical Biotechnology b. Ph.D. in Pharmacy Interdisciplinary programmes and departments involved: Involvement of PG Departments of Botany, Chemistry, Statistics, Biotechnology, Zoology, Physics of Utkal Univ. and Pharmacology Department of SCB medical college after implementation of CBCS in M. Pharm. and also in Ph.D programme in Pharmacy. Examination System: Annual/Semester/Trimester/Choice Based Credit System : M. Pharm course: CBCS is implemented Semester system (Four semesters ) 3rd and Final semesters consist of project work Ph.D. Programme: Pre Ph.D. course work (One semester) Participation of the department in the courses offered by other departments: Participation of the department in the courses offered by PG Departments of Botany, Chemistry, Statistics, Biotechnology, Zoology, Physics after implementation of CBCS in Utkal University Number of teaching posts sanctioned, filled and actual (Professors/Associate Professors/Asst. Professors/others) Actual (including CAS & MPS) Associate Professor/Reader Asst. Professor/Lecturer Others DST-INSPIRE Faculty -- List of Senior Visiting Fellows, Adjunct Faculty, Visiting and Emeritus Professor 1 Prof. B. Mukherjee Jadavpur Univ., Kolkata 2 Prof. K. P. R. Choudhury 3 Prof. S.Satyanarayan 4 Prof. T.K.Maity Jadavpur Univ., Kolkata 5 Prof. P.K.Mukherjee Jadavpur Univ., Kolkata 6 Prof. S.C. Mandal Jadavpur Univ., Kolkata 7 Prof. S.N.Pandeya Banaras Hindu Univ. UP 8 Prof. A. Mukherjee Calcutta Univ. Kolkata 9 Prof. R.N. Gupta BIT-Mesra, Ranchi 10 Prof. A. C. Dash Utkal Univ. and NISER, BBSR 11 Prof. U. N. Dash 12 Prof. P. Mohanty 13 Prof. D. Bhatta 14 Prof. C. S. Panda Berhampur Univ. and NISER, BBSR 15 Prof .G. B. N. Chainy 16 Dr. K. B. Satapathy Institute of Life Science, BBSR 18 Dr. S. K. Sahoo Institute of life Science, BBSR 19 Dr. N. K. Dhal 9. Faculty profile with name, qualification, designation, area of specialization, experience and research under guidance Percentage of classes taken by temporary faculty – programme-wise information : 5% (5 years average) Programme-wise Student Teacher Ratio : M.Pharm-12:1 Ph.D. course work-1:1 Number of academic support staff (technical) and administrative staff: sanctioned, filled and actual: DETAILS OF THE NON-TEACHING STAFF OF UDPS Designation and Nature of Job Junior Assistant (Regular) Technical Assistant (Contractual) Mrs. R. L. Satapathy Daily wage basis Mrs. Sucheta Das Daily wage basis Daily wage basis Miss. Anita Swain Daily wage basis Daily wage basis Mr. N. C. Katual Daily wage basis Daily wage basis Daily wage basis Mr. Prasanta Ku. Sahoo Daily wage basis Mr. Pramod Ku. Sahoo Daily wage basis Mr. S. K. Behera Daily wage basis Mr. Samendra Baliarsingh Daily wage basis Daily wage basis Research thrust areas as recognized by major funding agencies : Thrust Area Ethno-medicinal and floristic survey of tribal rich pockets of Odisha for search of indigenous plants used against diabetes. Pharmacognostical and phytochemical studies selected Anti-diabetic and anti-oxidant screening of plant Chemical and chromatographic profiling of plant Search of natural estrogen from the ethno-medicinal plants of Odisha. Screening of plant extracts against breast cancer in Process development for isolation of microbial l- asparginase from the samples collected from hot springs of Odisha Evaluation of in-vitro anticancer activity of isolated and purified enzymes Discovery of novel inhibitors of bacterial cell division targeting gtp-binding protein FtsZ through Computer aided drug design Number of faculty with ongoing projects from a) national b) international funding agencies and c) Total grants received. Give the names of the funding agencies, project title and grants received project-wise Title of the Project Identification and Evaluation PI- Dr. S. K. Mishra, 11,00,800 of Some Promising Anti- Diabetic Plants from Tribal- Sahoo & Dr. K. B. Rich Pockets of Orissa Search of some natural P I – Dr. R. Mohapatra, the Co-PI– Dr. D. Pradhan Odisha and their use against breast cancer in various models" sanctioned in the year 2013 ( Bioprocess development of Principal Investigator – 11,10,000 microbial l-asparginase from Dr. Sabuj Sahoo, Co- hot springs of odisha. and its Principal Investigator – in-vitro anticancer activity Dr. S. K. Mishra evaluation Principal Investigator – 1,00.000 some Dr. D. Pradhan drugs acting as cytotoxic agents against breast cancer novel Mentor – Dr. Susanta K. 17,10,000. inhibitors of bacterial cell Sahu, gtp- PI-Mrs S. Tripathy binding protein FtsZ Total amount granted: Rs. 53, 19,600 Inter-institutional collaborative projects and associated grants received: a) National collaboration b) International collaboration Inter-Departmental collaboration between Pharmaceutical Sciences and Botany Department of UU. UGC Major Research Project entitled "Identification and Evaluation of Some Promising Anti-Diabetic Plants from Tribal-Rich Pockets of Orissa" sanctioned in the year 2012.Sanctioned amount – Rs. 11,00,800/-, Principal Investigator – Dr. S. K. Mishra, UDPS, Co-Principal Investigators – Dr. Sabuj Sahoo, UDPS & Dr. K. B. Satapathy, P.G. Department of Botany. Collaboration with ational Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, Base center, Collaboration with Regional Plant Resource Center, Bhubaneswar. Collaboration with Department of Chemistry, Trident Academy of Technology, 16. Departmental projects funded by DST-FIST; UGC-SAP/CAS, DPE; DBT, ICSSR, Title of the Project Sanctioned in Rs. and PI- Dr. S. K. Mishra, 11,00,800 Anti-Diabetic Sahoo & Dr. K. B. Tribal-Rich Satapathy Pockets of Orissa Search of some natural P I – Dr. R. Mohapatra, the Co-PI– Dr. D. Pradhan ethnomedicinal plants of Odisha and their use against breast cancer in various models" sanctioned in the year 2013 Bioprocess development of Principal Investigator – 11,10,000 l-asparginase Dr. Sabuj Sahoo, Co- from hot springs of odisha. Principal Investigator – and its in-vitro anticancer Dr. S. K. Mishra activity evaluation Principal Investigator – 1,00.000 some Dr. D. Pradhan drugs acting as cytotoxic agents against breast cancer novel Mentor – Dr. Susanta k. 17,10,000. inhibitors of bacterial cell Sahu, PI-Mrs S. Tripathy binding protein FtsZ Total amount granted: Rs. 53, 19,600 17. Research facility / centre with State recognition √ • Utilization of the infrastructural facilities of the department by National Bureau of Plant Genetic Resources, Base center, Cuttack in collaborative research mode. • Utilization of the infrastructural facilities of the department by P.G. Departments of Botany, Chemistry, UU in collaborative research mode. • Various Educational / Research Institutions of the state in the fields of Pharmacy, Ayurveda, Botany, Chemistry are availing the infrastructure facilities of the department. • national recognition • international recognition Publications: (Annexure-I) Number of papers published in peer reviewed journals (national / international) Journal Publications: 204 Conference Proceedings: 02 Average Impact factor: 1- 2 Chapters in Books: 02 "Ancient History of Medicine: An Overview" by Dr. Sagar Ku. Mishra & Dr. Sabuj Sahoo in an Edited Book "Indian Culture, Science and Technology Through the Ages (With Special Emphasis on Odisha)", ISBN: 81-89726-57-7 Publisher: Director, National Seminar, 2011, P.G. Department of History, Utkal University, Vani Vihar, in association with Gyanajuga Publication, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. "Microbial Enzymes: Prospects and Challenges" by Dr. Sabuj Sahoo in an Edited Book "Microbiology Applications", ISBN: 978-81-905771-3-7 Publisher: M/S Har Krishan Bhalla & Sons. Targeted delivery of combination therapy for anti GERD activity, Lambert 9783639704501 – Prof. P.K. Panda. Fundamental and Principles of Pharmacology, A & V Publisher, Ranchi, ISBN-978-81-921373-7-7 - Dr. Debasish Pradhan. Experimental Pharmaceutical Engineering, Unicorn Publication PVT ltd; ISBN: 9789351563662 - Dr. Sunit Ku. Sahoo. A text book on simplified Pharmacokinetics, Unicorn Publication PVT ltd; ISBN: 9789351563679 - Dr. Sunit Ku. Sahoo. 19. Areas of consultancy and income generated : Dr. Susanta K Sahu is the consultant for academic matters of Heritage Educational Trust, BBSR. 20. Faculty selected nationally / internationally to visit other laboratories / institutions industries in India and abroad : Prof. P.K. Panda was nominated as the Subject Expert of CAS for University teachers (Pharmacy) of Andhra University. Dr Susanta K Sahu, Reader worked as Asst. Professor for one year at Garyonis University, Libya, North Africa for PG & UG Pharmacy students. Dr. S.K. Mishra Chaired a Scientific Session each in the 12th International Congress of Ethnopharmacology on the topic "Traditional Medicine and Globalization – The Future of Ancient Systems of Medicine" held at Science City, Kolkata and in the National Conference on the topic "Emerging Trends in Natural Product Research" held at School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, Conducted a Ph.D. Viva- Voce Examination as External Examiner at Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur, Rajasthan and Delivered a talk as Resource Person in the National Seminar organized by Shambhunath Institute of Pharmacy, Allahabad, UP. Prof P.K. Panda, Dr S.K. Sahu, Dr S.K. Mishra and Dr D. Pradhan are visiting various Pharmacy Institutions in different states as the Inspectors of Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi. Dr.D.Pradhan presented paper in the 12th International Congress of Ethnopharmacology held at Kolkata, in the Pharmanext on the topic "Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Science: Transferring Knowledge from Education to Practice" at Kathmandu University, Kathmandu,Nepal, in the Kandy Soceity of Medicine, CME Lecture for Doctors ,WASET, at Peradeniya University, Kandy, Srilanka Dr.R.Mohapatra presented paper in the Pharmanext on the topic "Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Science: Transferring Knowledge from Education to Practice" at Kathmandu University, Kathmandu,Nepal. 21. Faculty serving in National committees : Prof. P.K. Panda was nominated as the Subject Expert of CAS for University teachers (Pharmacy) of Andhra University. Dr. Susanta K.Sahu was the Member of the AYUSH committee. Dr. S.K. Mishra was the Member of the Organizing Committee of 12th International Congress of Ethnopharmacology on the topic "Traditional Medicine and Globalization – The Future of Ancient Systems of Medicine" held at Science City, Kolkata. Prof P.K. Panda, Dr S.K. Sahu, Dr S.K. Mishra and Dr D. Pradhan are the Inspectors of Pharmacy Council of India, New Delhi. Editorial Boards (Journal) :- Dr. S.K. Mishra is the Associate Editor of the Journal: Pharmaceutical and Biological Evaluations. Dr. S.K.Sahoo is the National Advisory Editorial Board Member of : Journal of Current Pharma Research" c) any other (please specify) Dr. S.K. Mishra is the Reviewer of the Journals: Comparative Clinical Pathology, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, Journal of Planar Chromatography - Modern TLC, Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources. Dr. S.K. Sahoo is the Reviewer of the Journals: Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Journal of Applied Biomedicine, Elsevier. Dr. S.Patra is the Reviewer of the Journals: Journal of Pharmacy Research Faculty recharging strategies (UGC, ASC, Refresher / orientation programs, workshops, training programs and similar programs). : Dr Susanta Ku Sahu Institute of Life Science and JSS-Ooty work shop UGC refresher course at UDPS in collaboration with 1. UGC refresher course at UDPS in collaboration with ASC,UU CDRI-Lucknow-workshop, workshop 1. UGC refresher course at UDPS in collaboration 2. Faculty Devlopment Programme ,UU 1. UGC refresher course at UDPS in collaboration Dr Sunit Ku Sahoo 2. Faculty Devlopment Programme ,UU 1. Faculty Devlopment Programme ,UU 2. Communication for Journalists & Writers NCSTC), Department of Science & Technology (DST), Govt. of India, New Delhi UGC refresher course at UDPS in collaboration with Refresher Course conducted: 1 Student projects: Percentage of students who have done in-house projects including inter- departmental projects : 80% Percentage of students doing projects in collaboration with other [Emami, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, Medo Pharmaceuticals, Dr. Reddy‟s Lab Institute of Life Sciences, IMMT, BBSR, CDRI (Lucknow), IIT, Khadagpur and Jadavpur University] Awards / recognitions received at the national and international level by Faculty: Dr. D. Pradhan, Dr. S.K. Sahoo and Dr. S. Patra have been awarded as the Fellows (FIC) of Institute of Chemists, Kolkata. Dr. S.K. Mishra, Dr. D. Pradhan, Dr. R. Mohapatra and Dr. S. Sahoo have been awarded with the projects funded by UGC, AICTE and Dr S.K. Sahu is the mentor of DST, Women Scientist. Doctoral / Post Doctoral Fellows: Gitanjali Tripathy of UDPS pursued research by getting Inspire fellowship from DST as JRF / SRF. Gitanjali Tripathy received Travel Grant (2013-14 DST-MST) to present paper at Singapore organized by ElLSEVIER and got the 1st prize. Travel grant of Rs.1 Lakh was granted to Sachinkumar Patil by ICMR to Present a Research Paper entitled "Improvement of tableting characteristics of aceclofenac by Spherical crystallization using polyethylene glycol" at 5 th International Conference on Drug Discovery and Therapy, Dubai, UAE. Sachin kumar Patil, Narayan Pati, Sunit Kumar Sahoo authored the paper. Travel grant of Rs.1 Lakh was granted to Amulya Ratna Behera, by ICMR to Present a Research Paper entitled "Preparation and Characterisation of Antidiabetic Drug Loaded Biodegradable Nanoparticles". Amulya Ratna Behera and Sunit Kumar Sahoo authored the paper. Dept of science and technology, New Delhi granted fund to Swainsidha Tripathy under women scientist scheme. Basanta Kumar Behera was adjudged as the best presenter in the Technological science (Oral) session for the Paper entitled "A Viable Loom to Develop Direct Compressible Tablet of Glibenclamide by Spherical Crystallization" on the occasion of the 16th Odisha Bigyan Congress at Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar. A.P. Deewani participated and got 1st Prize for oral presentation of paper entitled "An Gradient HPLC-DAD Method for determination of Phenylepehrine, Paracetamol, Ambroxol and Levocetrizine in Pharmaceutical Formulation" during 24th Annual conference of Indian Pharmacological society Odisha State Chapter, 8th & 9th November 2014. A.P. Deewani participated in a Conference at Dubai by availing Travel Grant The AICTE (PG) scholarship is being sanctioned to the GPAT qualified students of the Department. Mr. Suman K. Mekap and Mr. Shakti Prasad Pradhan are selected as Project Fellow in UGC-MRP being conducted in the department. Banasri Das was adjudged as the best presenter in the Oral session for the Paper entitled "Development of Honey based fiber for tissue engineering application" in the National Conference on "Emerging Trends in Natural Product Research" held on Feb. 12-13, 2011 at School of Natural Product Studies, Jadavpur University, Kolkata. Md. Harun Al Rashid was adjudged as the best presenter in the Oral session for the Paper entitled "Anti microbial Screening of Berberine loaded nanoparticles" in the National Conference on "Science for Shaping the Future of India" on the occasion of the 15th Odisha Bigyan Congress held on Oct. 18-19, 2012 at P.G Department of Geology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. Rakesh Kumar Khuntia participated and got 1st Prize for oral presentation of paper entitled "Formulation and In vitro evaluation of Metformin HCl Sustained Release Floating matrix tablet" during Eastern Regional Conference of Indian Pharmacological Society and 21st Annual Conference of Odisha state Brach of IPS held on 11-13th Nov 2011. Seminars/ Conferences/Workshops organized and the source of funding (national / international) with details of outstanding participants, if any. Prof A Mukharjee (Calcutta Prof. K.P.R. Choudhry (Andhra Univ, AP), Prof. Prof. T.K.Maity (Jadavpur Univ, AP), Prof. S.N.Pandeya (BHU) Prof. R.N. Gupta (BIT, Mesra) Prof. H.K.Sahoo (IMS & Sum Check up and Drug Distribution Programme Pharmacist‟s Prof. B.C. Dash (Director, Dr. T.R.Swain (SCB Medical Survillance Computer Aided State Dr. Ansuman Dixit (ILS). Dr. K.S. Laxmi (SRM Univ.)Mr. S. Mohanty(BJB Prof. P.N.Murthy (BPUT) Prof. M.E. B. Rao (BPUT) Prof. P.K.Mohapatra , Dean, industrialization in Odisha: scope Prof. P.Suresh (BPUT) Code of ethics for research followed by the departments : Experiments on laboratory animals are being carried out as per the guideline prescribed by CPCSEA, Dept. of Forest and Environment, Govt. of India after the approval of Institutional Animal Ethics committee. Animal toxicity studies are being carried out as per the OECD guideline. Experiments on Human subjects (Clinical Trial) are being carried out as per the guideline prescribed by ICMR after the approval of Institutional Ethics Committee. Validation of the analytical experiments are being carried out as per the ICH Projects submitted to various funding agencies are being monitored by the Project Expert Committee as per the UU norm. The infrastructural facility of the department has been developed as per the guidelines prescribed by PCI and AICTE, New Delhi. Student Profile Programme-wise: Continuin Continuin Continuin Continuin Ph.D. in Pharmacy Ph.D. in Pharmacy 28. Diversity of Students (refer to question How many students have cleared Civil Services and Defense Services examinations, NET, SET, GATE and other competitive examinations? Give details category-wise. Civil Service: GPAT- 21 (ANNEXURE II) Student progression Student progression Percentage against enrolled Ph.D. to Post-Doctoral Campus selection 31. Diversity of staff Percentage of faculty who are graduates of the same University from other universities within the State universities from other States from universities outside the country 32. Number of faculty who were awarded M.Phil., Ph.D., D.Sc. and D.Litt. during the assessment period : NONE 33. Present details of departmental infrastructural facilities with regard to M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) M.Pharm (Pharma. Chemistry) M.Pharm (Pharmacology) M.Pharm (Pharmacognosy) M.Pharm (Pharmacy Practice) M.Pharm (Pharma. Internet facilities for staff and students: Computers along with LAN, Wi-Fi facility. Total number of class rooms : 01 d) Class rooms with ICT facility : 01 e) Students‟ laboratories: 06 (Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical chemistry, Research laboratories : 04 34. List of doctoral, post-doctoral students and Research Associates : a) from the host institution/university : (Annexure-III) b) from other institutions/universities : (Annexure-IV) 35. Number of post graduate students getting financial assistance from the university/Govt./Private. : The AICTE (PG) scholarship is being sanctioned to the GPAT qualified students of the Department. Number of students received the scholarship: 20 Merit-cum-Means scholarship of West Bengal Minorities development and finance Corporation was sanctioned to Md. Harun Al. Rashid. Prerana, Govt. Odisha sanctioned scholarship to 5 students of the 36. Was any need assessment exercise undertaken before the development of new programme(s)? If so, highlight the methodology: YES The need for introduction of M. Pharm. in Biotechnology was thoroughly discussed in the Teachers council. After being approved by the teacher‟s council, the proposal was submitted to the university and the syllabus was approved by the BOS in Pharmacy. After approval by the university syndicate, the proposal was submitted to AICTE, New Delhi in the prescribed format and got the approval of the council. The need for introduction of CBCS in M. Pharm. course was thoroughly discussed in the Teachers council. Based on various advantages of this system, it was approved by the Teachers council and the M. Pharm. syllabus prepared according to CBCS was approved by the BOS. The SRC in Pharmacy constituted the syllabus for Pre Ph.D. Course work (1 Semester) which was approved by the BOS. 37. Does the department obtain feedback from : Faculty on curriculum as well as teaching-learning-evaluation? If yes, how does the department utilize the feedback? : Yes Times to time suggestions are implemented for betterment of the deptt. Students on staff, curriculum and teaching-learning-evaluation and how does the department utilize the feedback? Yes Times to time suggestions are implemented for betterment of the deptt. Alumni and employers on the programmes offered and how does the department utilize the feedback? Yes Times to time suggestions are implemented for betterment of the deptt. 38. List the distinguished alumni of the department (maximum 10): (Annexure-V) 39. Give details of student enrichment programmes (special lectures / workshops / seminar) involving external experts. UGC Refresher course in collaboration with ASC, UU from Dt.10/08/2011 to Dt.30/08/2011. National Pharmacy Week with Health Checkup and Drug Distribution Programme. Dt.25/11/2011- Self sponsored. Seminar on "Pharmacist‟s role in Health care: Drug Monitoring and Survillance" Dt.07/05/2015- Self sponsored. Seminar on "Computer Aided Drug Design for Development of Lead Molecule" Dt.15/05/2015- Self sponsored. Conference on "Pharmaceutical education and industrialization in Odisha: scope and challenges" sponsored by APTI, Odisha state branch on 13th Sept, 2015 at PG Council conference hall ,Utkal University. 40. List the teaching methods adopted by the faculty for different programmes. ICT method of teaching through Over Head & Power Point Projectors, You tube are followed in addition to conventional method. Counseling and mentoring of the students are constantly being carried out. Internal assessments are being carried out in order to assess the regularity, understanding capacity and improvement of performance of the students from time to time. 41. How does the department ensure that programme objectives are constantly met and learning outcomes are monitored? Continuous evaluation in the class. Internal assessment examination Interaction Session in the Laboratories. Seminar Presentation 42. Highlight the participation of students and faculty in extension activities: The Department has organized several Health check up Blood donation Drug distribution camps in Utkal University and outside the campus. 43. Give details of "beyond syllabus scholarly activities" of the department: The staffs and students of the Department actively participated in the „Swachata abhiyan‟ by carrying out cleaning work of the campus. The Staff and Students of the Department are continuously carrying out social activities by distributing food to direly needy, weaker and less privileged sections of the society at various Community centers and Temples. Faculty members, research scholars, project fellows and students of the department participated in the four days Training Workshop on Science & Technology Communication from 4th to 7th June, 2014 at Pantha Nivas, Bhubaneswar. The Workshop has been organized by Janapriya Vigyan Manch with financial assistance from Rashtriya Vigyan Evam Prodyogiki Sanchar Parishad (NCSTC), Department of Science & Technology, and Govt. of India for improvement of the skill & knowledge on Science & Technology Communication in Odia language. Social works like jal seva, naryan seva, medical camp etc. are being carried State whether the programme/ department is accredited/ graded by other agencies? If yes, give details: The department got the NOC from GOVT. of ODISHA for opening of Pharmacy course and M.Pharm course conducted is approved by AICTE, New Delhi. 45. Briefly highlight the contributions of the department in generating new knowledge, basic or applied: The department is actively involved in research and development programme in various discipline of Pharmaceutical Science. Research Innovations of the department is focused on following aspects: Development of innovative standards for the registration of drugs in India based upon international norms. Exploration of flora, fauna, microorganisms and other potential indigenous sources for development of new drugs / lead molecules against various diseases. Exploration of indigenous aromatic plants for extraction of essential oils for therapeutic purposes. Development of medicinal formulations viz., ointment, cream, powder, liquid preparations by utilizing Natural (Medicinal Plants / Minerals / Microbial) and Synthesized products. The outcomes of the Research shall be utilized for the welfare and health care of women, child, geriatrics, common people and weaker sections of the society. 46. Detail five major Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Challenges (SWOC) of The students after successful completion of the course are 100 % well placed in Government as well as Private sectors like Drugs Control Administration (Drugs Inspector), Drug Testing Laboratory (Scientific Officer/ Drugs Analyst), NHM, OSMC, Hospitals (Pharmacist, Pharmacist-Quality Control, Health Worker, Procurement Manager-Drugs & Surgicals, Vaccine & Cold Chain Manager, Logistic Manager, Consultants), Pharma Industries & Bulk Drugs (Drugs Manufacturing Chemist, QA, QC, Regulatory Affairs, Patents & IPR), Pharmacovigilance, Research Organizations (R&D- Formulations, Analytical, Contract Research Organization) and Educational Institutions. The AICTE (PG) scholarship is being sanctioned to the GATE/GPAT qualified students for pursuing M. Pharm. course. Some of the students of UDPS are recipients of DST-Women scientist, Inspire fellowship, JRF and SRF in various research projects. Qualified Faculty members of the department. Distinguished Alumnae are working in different corporate sectors and State Govt. NOC and AICTE approved M.Pharm. Course. Basic infrastructure (Both physical and Human) in place and surplus can easily University has generated revenue while running the course since 2000 in SFS The Department has generated Rs. 53, 19,600/- as research grant from different funding agencies (UGC, AICTE, DST). Computational and Internet facilities are provided to all the faculty members Faculty members are sincerely engaged in research activities and they regularly participate in National and international conferences by presenting research work and chairing sessions. The Department has registered research excellence since last five years as evidenced from the paper entitled "Research publication trend of Utkal University‟s researchers indexed in Scopus during 2008 to 2012: a bibliometric analysis" published in the year 2013 in Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal), Paper 999 and also according to the scanning through the Indian Citation Index website . Weaknesses The Pharmacy course of Utkal University is unique of its kind being opened for the first time by Govt. Univ. in the state of Odisha in SFS mode and managed from the funds generated through course fee only. Practically no funding for infrastructure development, laboratory up gradation and maintenance of the buildings. No centralized sophisticated instrumentation centre No High performance computing centre Opportunities Collaboration with other departments, nearby institutions and laboratories. Interdisciplinary/multi-disciplinary research work for development of new drugs from indigenous flora, fauna, microbial and synthetic source (Computer Aided Drug Design) especially against Cancer, Diabetes , TB etc, Development of Dosage forms and Food and Drug Regulation. Pharmacy Department can take leadership in health care system by resolving different health associated problems through various Health Awareness Programmes /Camps. Pharmacy course has the potentiality of becoming a frontier façade of Utkal Involvement in socially relevant outreach program for the under privileged section of the society. Generation of trained Pharmacy graduates in order to cater the needs of Pharmaceutical industry, Hospitals and other allied Health sector. Pharm. D. may be opened for participation of trained manpower in patient counseling and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in health care centers. The Department can be regularized to get UGC / State Govt. grant. Motivating the students to become good human being. To excel the quality of research and teaching. To produce competent scientific manpower to cater the needs of health care system of the nation. To take the leadership in regulating drugs, cosmetics, food and other pharmaceutical products. Participation in International faculty and student exchange programmes. To develop new molecules, formulations and novel drug delivery systems for different diseases. Sustainability of the programme is questionable without the financial support from State Govt./UGC. 47. Future plans of the department. The Department proposes opening of some courses in future for creation of trained manpower with expertise in the field of Pharmaceutical and Allied Sciences and the Department should be considered for financial support under SAP-DRS-UGC, PURSE-FIST INITIATIVE (DST), INNOVATIVE SCHEME-UGC, ICMR, AICTE, RUSA, DBT etc. The Department proposes the followings in future: Introduction of New M. Pharm. specializations viz., Pharmaceutical Analysis & Quality Assurance(to ascertain the quality of drug and food products) and Pharmaceutical Technology (to develop suitable drug delivery system) Introduction of Pharm. D (Doctor of Pharmacy) programme. Reopening of B.Pharm Course. Establishment of Clinical, Pharmacokinetic and Analytical Laboratory for research Organization of Master‟s training programme in order to strengthen the Community Health. The Department would also like to concentrate on the following research areas in Design and synthesis of FtsZ inhibitors as novel antibacterial agents: Due to the emergence of multi drug-resistant bacteria there is an urgent need for antibiotics with a novel mechanism of action. FtsZ protein is a promising target for the development of new antibacterial agents as it is conserved among the prokaryotic cells, absent in all mammalian cells and plays a vital role in the bacterial cell division. The main research objective is to design new inhibitors of FtsZ through 3D-pharmacophore modeling, atom based 3D-QSAR study and bioassay. FtsZ protein contains a GTP-binding domain that polymerizes in a GTP-dependent manner forming a highly dynamic cytokinetic ring, designated as the Z ring, at the spectrum site. Cytokinetic ring is considered as a new target, susceptible to antibacterial therapy, and FtsZ as the presumptive ideal target for interactions with inhibitors that would block bacterial cell cytokinesis. 3D-pharmacophore modeling, atom based 3D-QSAR study will be carried out with known inhibitors to develop novel pharmacophore model. In silico virtual screening will be performed using the developed pharmacophore model from chemical database and libraries to identify the potential FtsZ inhibitors. The inhibitors will be docked into the FtsZ GTP binding pocket in order to study the interaction of hit molecules. Further MMGBSA value and molecular dynamics study will be performed to understand the binding behavior of hit molecules with the GTP binding site of FtsZ. Based on the above studies inhibitors will be designed with high binding affinity for the FtsZ protein. Data will be collected and leads will be optimized by 3D-QSAR study. The optimized molecules will be synthesized and screened in vitro for their FtsZ protein inhibitory activity by biochemical assays. Designed molecules will also be screened against a panel of drug resistant bacteria.This line of work will definitely translate into anti tuberculosis drug discovery and number of drug candidates will go into human clinical trial via extensive preclinical evaluation. Development of new antidiabetic agents from indigenous flora: Diabetes mellitus is one of the serious health concerns worldwide, more specially in India. Some of the very relevant antidiabetic agents from plant origin have been scientifically established, whereas several other plants, which are used in traditional medicine for diabetes, remained unexplored. So, there exists a tremendous scope for development of potent antidiabetic agents from the indigenous flora. Since the screening of medicinal plants for antidiabetic activity is under progress in the department, so it is aimed to develop new antidiabetic agents, which include standardized plant extracts / fractions (Phytopharmaceutical preparations) as well as pure isolated products (Conventional medicine) against diabetes from indigenous flora and other potential natural sources of Odisha. Therapeutic agents against other diseases like Cancer, Peptic ulcer shall be developed in similar manner. Development of medicinal formulations: Development of medicinal formulations viz., ointment, cream, powder, liquid preparations shall be carried out by utilizing Natural (Medicinal Plants / Minerals / Microbial) and Synthesized products. The outcomes of the Research shall be utilized for the welfare and health care of the society . ANNEXURE-I
Publications in the Year 2015: 1. Anti-hyperglycemic and lipid lowering activity of Trigonella foenum graucum linn, leaves, A.K. Panda, S.K. Mekap, P.K. Panda, Pharmaceutical and Biological Evaluations, 2 (1), 18-24 (2015). 2. PIXE-based quantification of health-proactive trace elements in genetically transformed roots of a multi-medicinal plant, Sida acuta Burm.f., S. Jena, L. Sahu, D.K. Ray, S.K. Mishra, P.K. Chand, Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 303 (3), 2101-2112 (2015). 3. Anti microbial activity of natural dyes and pigments obtained from Morinda citrifolia L. and Terminalia catappa L. leaves, B. Majhi, K.B. Satapathy, S.K. Mishra, International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 6 (4), 836-843, (2015). 4. Pharmacognostical evaluation of leaves of two medicinally important species of Clerodendrum, N. Shukla, C.S. Panda, S.K. Mishra, International Journal for Pharmaceutical Research Scholars, 4, 1-12(2015). 5. Antidiabetic activity of Clerodendrum philippinum Schauer leaves in Streptozotocin induced diabetic rats, M.K. Kar, T.R. Swain, S.K. Mishra, International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 7 (9), 386-389 (2015). 6. Antidiabetic effects of Clerodendrum inerme (L) Gaertn, B.K. Panigrahi, S.K. Mishra, S.K. Sahu, International Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Research, 4 (2), 248-256 (2015). 7. Antidiabetic effects of Clerodendrum viscosum vent, B.K. Panigrahi, S.K. Mishra, S.K. Sahu, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 3(9), 1944-1948 (2015). 8. Effect of Medicinal Plants on Various Skin Diseases: A Review, B. Majhi, K.B. Satapathy, S.K. Mishra, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 4 (5), 600-614 (2015). 9. D Pradhan*,G tripathy, R K Pradhan, S Pradhan, S R Moharana,Inhibition of MDR1 in mammary cell carcinoma reverses Multidrug Resistance by SOCS1,Pharmacog Journal,Pubmed,7,1.239 10. D Pradhan*,G tripathy, R K Pradhan, S Pradhan, S R Moharana, Inhibition of MDR1 in mammary cell carcinoma reverses Multidrug Resistance by SOCS1,Pharmacog Journal,Elsevier,7,1.239 11. Debasish Pradhan*, R K Pradhan, G Tripathy, S.Pradhan, Inhibition of proteasome activity by the dietary flavonoid Quercetin breast cancer cells and Xenografts. Journal of Young Pharmacists,ELSEVIER,0975-1483,7(3);225-233; 2015,1.113 12. D Pradhan, G Tripathy World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2278-4357,4(04); 03/2015,2.786 13. Shaktiprasad Pradhan, Ranjit Mohapatra and D Pradhan, Ethnomedicinal plants of Odisha used against Breast Cancer- A review,IJCPRR,2395-3306,1(2);pg.38-42; 2015 14. D Pradhan, G Tripathy, IJTPR,India,0975-5160,7(2); pp.100-104; 2015;.656 15. D. Pradhan*, G. Tripathy, R. Mohapatra, S. Pradhan, Ethnophamacological approach in extraction.bioactive compounds,IJTPR, India,0975-5160, 7(1); pg.42-49; 2015,.656 16. D Pradhan, G Tripathy; JIPBS,2349-2759,2(2);pg.119-124; 2015,.342 17. ShaktiprasadPradhan, RanjitMohapatra and D Pradhan .Ethnomedicinal Odisha used against Breast Cancer- A review ,IJCPRR 2395-3306,1(2);pg.38-42; 2015 18. D. Pradhan, G. Tripathy, R. Mohapatra, S. Pradhan. Ethnophamacological approach in extraction, bioactive compounds.IJTPR, India, 0975-5160, 7(1); pg.42-49; 2015 19. Snehamayee Mohapatra, Sunit Kumar Sahoo, Rajat Kumar Kar. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research.8(1) 2015 20. Sunit Kumar Sahoo*, Sabyasachi Swain, Ramakrishna Sen, Deepika Sahoo. M.icrospheres Embedded in Microbeads: A Novel Approach to Improve Various Controlled Release Characteristics of Highly Water Soluble Drug through Ionic Gelation Method, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research. 49 (1), 140-145 2015. 21. Anil P. Dewani, Ravindra L. Bakal, Pranjali G. Kokate, and Anil V. Chandewar, Srdhanjali Patra, "Development of a Single Ion Pair HPLC Method for Analysis of Terbinafine, Ofloxacin, Ornidazole, Clobetasol, and Two Preservatives in a Cream Formulation: Application to In Vitro Drug Release in Topical Simulated Media-Phosphate Buffer Through Rat Skin", Journal of AOAC International, Vol. 98, No. 4, Pages 913-920, Aug 2015. 22. A.P. Dewani, S.M. Dabhade, R.L. Bakal , C.K. Gadewar, A.V. Chandewar, S. Patra, "Development and validation of a novel RP-HPLC method for Simultaneous determination of Paracetamol, phenylephrine hydrochloride, caffeine, cetirizine and nimesulide in Tablet formulation", Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Vol 8,Issue 4, Pages 591-598, July 2015, 23. Satyaranjan Mishra, Suman Kumar Mekap,Sradhanjali Patra,Nabin Kumar Dhal, Sabuj Sahoo, " Antioxidant and anti infective potential of Oleanolic acid acetate vis-à-vis Vitex negundo Linn. and Oroxylum indicumVent. against human pathogens causing infections of UT, GIT and skin", Orient Pharm Exp Med, Volume 15,Issue 1, Pages 73–82, March 2015. Publications in the year 2014: 24. Neutraceutical role in health care, J.Advanced Pharmaceutical Research, T Satapathy, P K Panda, 5(2), 22-28, 2014 25. Molecular docking: a review R K Mohanta, S K Sahu, S K Mishra,-World journal of pharmaceutical research 3(1)2014. 26. Insilco designing of pyrazol-1-yl azetidin-2-one derivatives as drug like molecules for possible inhibition of anti microbial 3gi9, 4ae5, 3fhu and 5cox target proteins. S K Sahu, R K Mohanta, International Journal of Drug Development & Research .(6)1 2014 27. The In Vitro Anti-Denaturation Effects Induced By Substituted Oxy/Thioxy Pyrimidine Derivatives In Bovine Serum Albumin Is Proposed As A Screening Assay For The Detection Of Anti-Inflammatory Compounds Without The Use Of Animals, M Banarjee, S K Sahu, Journal of Teaching and Research in chemistry.21(1)2014. 28. Synthesis of Amino Acid Derivatives, S Tripathy, S K Sahu, Journal of Teaching and Research in chemistry.21(1)2014 29. Dual Spectrophotometric Estimation of Paracetamol and Meloxicam in Bulk and its Pharmaceutical Dosage Form by Simultaneous Equation Method M Banarjee, P Das, S K Sahu, International Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Analysis, Volume 1(2), 2014,44-51. 30. Spectro photometric method for the simultaneous estimation of metformin and rosiglitazone in tablets. , M Banarjee, S K Sahu Journal of Teaching and Research in chemistry.21(1) 2014. 31. Solvent extraction of Fe from fungal leach liquor of EPS dust by using aliquat 336 extractant. P Jena, S K Sahu, Journal of Teaching and Research in chemistry.21(1) 2014. 32. Validated spectrophotometric method for estimation of selective cox11 inhibitors(pyrazole moity)from bulk and formulation. M Banarjee, S K Sahu Journal of Teaching and Research in chemistry.21(1) 2014. 33. Synthesis and antimicrobial evaluation of Schiff bases of Moxifloxacin-Biohelica- 2014 A Pathak, P Jena, S K Sahu (in press). 34. Development of a sensitive HPTLC method for quantification of Nimbolide in Azadirachta indica and its dosage form, K.K. Rout, S.K. Mishra, Journal of Chromatographic Science, 52, 1089-1094 (2014). 35. Development and characterization of Itraconazole-loaded solid lipid nanoparticles for ocular delivery, B. Mohanty, D.K. Majumdar, S.K. Mishra, A.K. Panda, S. Patnaik, Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, Early Online: 1-7 (2014). 36. Evaluation of Anti bacterial efficacy of Clerodendrum serratum Linn. and Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. Leafs against some human pathogens causing UT and GIT infection, N. Shukla, C.S. Panda, K.B. Satapathy, S. Sahoo, S.K. Mishra, Research journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, 5 (6), 621-626 (2014). 37. Pharmacognostical studies on Clerodendrum inerme (L.) Gaertn leaves, N. Shukla, C.S. Panda, S.K. Mishra, Der Pharmacia Lettre, 6 (5), 191-197 (2014). 38. Method of Identification and Standardization of „Vamsalochana‟ (Bamboo Manna), S. Parida, K.K. Rout, S.K. Mishra, Indian Drugs, 51 (1), 55- 58 (2014). 39. Antidiabetic activity of Clerodendrum serratum (L.) Moon leaves in Streptozotocin- induced diabetic rats, M.K. Kar, T.R. Swain, S.K. Mishra, Asian J. Pharm. Clin. Res., 7 (6), 260-263 (2014). 40. Studies on the Antibacterial and Antioxidant Activities of Sonchus asper (L.) Hill and Seseli diffusum (Roxb. Ex Sm.) Sant. & Wagh, P. Mallik, S.K. Mishra, K.B. Satapathy, IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences, 9(6), 24-27 (2014). 41. Ulcer-protective effect of Avicennia officinalis L., A common mangrove plant, N. Aparna, S.R. Pani, S.K. Mekap, N.K. Dhal, S.K. Mishra, S. Sahoo, Pharmaceutical and Biological Evaluations, 1, 1-8 (2014). 42. Study on the Antibacterial potential and Phytochemical analysis of Thespesia populnea (L.) Sol. ex Corr. Used in the treatment of Diarrhoea and Dysentery, J. Somani, K. Akhtari, S.K. Nayak, S. Sahoo, S.K. Mishra, K.B. Satapathy, American Journal of Pharmacy and Health Research, 2 (12), 70-77 (2014). 43. In silico designing of Pyrazole-1-YI Azetidin-2-One derivatives as drug like molecules for possible inhibition of Anti microbial 3GI9, 4AE5, 3FHU and 5COX target Proteins, S.M. Behera, R.K. Mohanta, S.K. Mishra, S.K. Sahu, L. Mohanta, M. Banerjee, Int. J. Drug Dev. & Res., 6 (1), 78-91 (2014). 44. Antibacterial Effects and Phytochemical Investigation of Alternanthera sessilis (Linn.) R.Br.ex DC, S.K. Nayak, S. Mishra, S.K. Mekap, M.K. Kar, K.B. Satapathy, S.K. Mishra, J.T.R. Chem., 21 (1), 31-39 (2014). 45. D. Pradhan ;,Pharmacological effect.Sapindus trifoliatus . mammary cell proliferation.African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology (Academic Journal),1996-081,8,(1), Pg 455-463,8 2014.,.675 46. Gitanjali tripathy*, Debasish pradhan; Estimation of immunomodulatory activity of limonia acidissima linn.; Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research;0974-2441;7(1) pg.219-221;2014;.786. 47. D Pradhan*, and G Tripathy; Effect of Sapindus trifoliatus . Human Breast Cancer Cell Lines. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences.;0975-8585;5(1),;pg.845-852; 2014;.986 48. A Panda, S Rath, D Pradhan, A.M,B K G,N N Bala; Hepatoprotective activity and sub acute toxicity study of whole part of the plant anoectochilus formosanus hayata (orchidaceae);IJPPS;0975-1491;6(2);Pg.617-621;2014;.325 49. D. Pradhan* and G. Tripathy;Antiproliferative Activity of Trapa Acornis . Breast Cancer Cell Lines. ;IJPSR;2320-5148; 5(6): pg.2238-2243; 2014;.235. 50. P Sahoo, D M Kar, D Pradhan;Pharmacological efficacy of Argemone mexicana . induced duodenal ulceration in rats ;Indian Journal of Medical Science;0019-5359;65(3); Pg 92-99; 2014;1.434. 51. P K Mahapatra, D Pradhan;Relaxant effects of L acidissima (pulp) on guinea pig tracheal chain and its possible mechanism(s);IJPPS;ELSEVIER;0975-1491;6(5)Pg 257-263;2014;.484 52. A Panda, S Rath, D Pradhan, A.M,B K G,N N Bala;Hepatoprotective Activity of Whole Part of the Plant Cuscuta reflexa;Roxb. Models;IJPCR;0975 1556;6(2),127-132,;2014;.457 53. A Panda, S Rath, D Pradhan, A.M,B K G,N N Bala; Hepatoprotective activity of 54. Susijit Sahoo, Nihar Ranjan Pani, Sunit Kumar Sahoo Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces (Elsevier). 120,193-199 (2014). 55. Basanta Kumar Behera, Ranjit Mohapatra, Sunit Kumar Sahoo.
Journal of Current Pharma Research. 4 (3), 1201-1210 (2014). 56. Snehamayee Mohapatra, Rajat Kumar Kar, Sunit Kumar Sahoo. Statistical Optimization of Intra-gastric Floating tablets of Cefixime Trihydrate Using Mixture Design. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review & Research. 24 (2) (2014) 57. Patil. S. Patil. S. S.K. Sahoo Formulation and evaluation of pioglitazone hydrochloride Tablets by incorporating Drug spherical agglomerates, Indian Drugs. 51(3) 30-35(2014) 58. Susijit Sahoo, Nihar Ranjan Pani, Sunit Kumar Saho Drug Delivery.2014; 1-8 (2014) 59. Nihar Ranjan Pani, Sujata Acharya, Sradhanjali Patra, "Development and validation of RP-HPLC method for quantification of glipizide in biological macromolecules", International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Volume 65, Pages 65–71, Apr 2014, 60. Nafiza Bhanu, N. K. Mishra, J. R. Panda, S. Patra, "Anti-Inflammatory Activity Of Polyherbal Formulation By Using Cotton Pellet Granuloma In Rat And Xylene Induced Mice Ear Edema Model", Journal of Engineering, Computers & Applied Sciences, Volume 3, No.3, Page 13-21, March 2014. 61. Sujata Acharya, Sradhanjali Patra, Nihar Pani, "Optimization of HPMC and carbopol concentrations in non-effervescent floating tablet through factorial design", Carbohydrate Polymers, Vol 102,15, Pages 360-368, February 2014, Publications in the year 2013: 62. In-vivo Anti hypoglycaemic and Anti hyperlipidemic activity of Annona squamosa Linn leaves collected from southern Odisha., A K Panda, S K Mekap, P K Panda, World journal of pharmacy & pahrma science , 2278-4357 , Vol-2(5), 388-395 , 2013 63. Evalution of antidiabetic and lipid lowering activity of Syzigium cumini Linn, leaves in albino rates, A K Panda, S K Mekap, P K Panda, Universal Journal of Pharmacy, Vol.-02, 2013 64. Solid Lipid Nanoparticles: A novel Carrier in Drug Delivery System. , T Satapathy, P K Panda, Research J. Pharma. Dosage forms and Tech.2013:5(2):56-61. Vol. -5, 56-61, 2013 65. Evaluation of in vitro Anti oxidant and anti inflammatory and anti diabetic potential of Curcumin. T Satapathy, P K Panda. FGHJ-544150, Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 001254 , Vol.-3, 544-51, 2013 66. Novel quinazolin-4(H)-ones derivatives: synthesis and evaluation of their anti microbial activity. R M Mohanta, S K sahu, International journal of advanced research in pharmaceutical and biosciences, 2013, 3(1), 50-54. 67. Insilico Designing and synthesis of Imidazole derivatives as Antimicrobial agent. International journal of pharma and Biosciences, 2013 july 4(3) 758-766 (Impact factor: 0.476, ICV: 5.45). 68. A Pathak, S K sahu, In-silico identification and molecular docking studies of Quinolone Resistant Determining Region (QRDR) of E.coli DNA Gyrase-A with N-substituted piperazinyl Schiff bases of Gatifloxacin, R M Mohanta, S K sahu, International Journal of Drug Development & Research, 5 (4)Oct-Dec 2013. 69. In-silico identification and molecular docking studies of Quinolone Resistant Determining Region (QRDR) of E.coli DNA Gyrase-A with O-Floxacin Schiff bases. A Pathak, S K sahu, International journal of pharm tech research l(5)-4 oct-dec 2013 70. Development and Evaluation of Insulin Incorporated Nanoparticles for oral Administration, A Prusty, S K sahu, ISRN Nanotechnology 2013, 1-6. 71. Antidiabetic effect of Streblus asper in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats, S.K. Karan, A. Mondal, S.K. Mishra, D. Pal, K.K. Rout, Pharmaceutical Biology, 51(3), 369-375 (2013). 72. In Vitro Permeation Characteristics of Itraconazole from Oil Drops and Ophthalmic Ointment through Excised Goat and Sheep Corneas, B. Mohanty, S.K. Mishra, D.K. Majumdar, IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences, 5(3), 19-26 (2013). 73. Effect of Formulation factors on in vitro Transcorneal permeation of Voriconazole from Aqueous drops, B. Mohanty, S.K. Mishra, D.K. Majumdar, Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Technology & Research, 4(4), 210-216 (2013). 74. Design and in vitro evaluation of Voriconazole ocular inserts, B. Mohanty, S.K. Mishra, D.K. Majumdar, International Journal of Universal Pharmacy and Life Sciences, 3 (2), 87-93 (2013). 75. HPLC Method Development for Estimation of Citicoline and Methylcobalamin in Tablet, Suraj Sahoo, P.K. Panda, S.K. Mishra, S. Sahoo, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 25 (1), 581-582 (2013). 76. HPLC Method Development for Estimation of Ramelteon in Tablet Dosage Form, S. Sahoo, P.K. Panda, S.K. Mishra, Indian Drugs, 50 (6), 20- 23 (2013). 77. HPLC Method Development for Simultaneous Estimation of Hydrochlorothiazide, Amlodipine and Telmisartan in Tablet Dosage Form, S. Sahoo, P.K. Panda, S.K. Mishra, International Journal of Pharmacy and Industrial Research, 3(1), 98-100 (2013). 78. Analysis of some Essential Elements in Medicinal Plants used in Ayurveda, O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, R. Gupta, S.K. Mishra, R. Sahoo, International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology, 4(1), 335-338 (2013). 79. Gitanjali Tripathy*, Debasish Pradhan; Evaluation of in-vitro . Immunomodulatory activity of Beta vulgaris; Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research;0974-2441;6(1); pg.370-377; 2013;.786 80. Shyamalendu Tripathy, Debasish Pradhan, B Tripathy; Antiarthritic evaluation of Crateva religiosa extracts; American Journal of Phytomedicine and Clinical Therapeutics;2321-27481(4), pg.370-377, 2013;.64 Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2013;3(24), 33-38 (2013) 82. SK Sahoo, Su Sahoo, A Behera, SV Patil, SK Panda. Acta Pol Pharm, 2013; 70(1), 123-127(2013). 83. Jyotiranjan Roul, Sunit Kumar Sahoo, Ranjit Mohapatra.
International Journal of Nano Dimension, 2013; 4(2), 135(2013). 84. JyotiranjanRoul,RanjitMohapatra, VijayalaxmiChavan, Some novel biodegradable aliphatic polyesters in pharmaceutical applications: A Review,Inventi Rapid: Pharma Tech, 0976-3783, 4, 2011 85. S Mohapatra, B Barik, RK Kar, SK Sahoo, BB Barik. Asian Journal of Chemistry.2013;25, (13),7599-7606(2013) 86. RK Sethi, BB Barik, SK Saho Inventi Impact: Pharm Tech.2013 87. Pramod Kumar Swain, Rashmibala Sahoo, Sradhanjali Patra, Mayanka Krishna Kulshrestha, "Evaluation of an Ayurvedic Formulation „Apamarga Kshara‟, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2(5), 2726-2729,August 2013, 88. Sunil Kumar Padhy, Debashrita Sahoo, Debadatta Acharya, Jharna Mallick, Sradhanjali Patra, "Formulation and in-vitro Evaluation of Ciprofloxacin Hydrochloride Sustained Release Tablets using various Viscosity Grades of Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose", American Journal of Pharmtech Research,3(4),688-701-August 2013 89. Sangeeta Mohanty, Rajaram Mohapatra, Sradhanjali Patra, and Dusmanta Ku Sahoo, "Formulation and In-Vitro Evaluation Of Azithromycin Mouth Dissolving Tablets Using Superdisintegrants", Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences" Volume 4,Issue-3,452-461,July-september 2013 90. BB Barik, S.K.Sahoo.
Int. J. Drug Dev. & Res.2013;5 (2), 341-353 (2013) 91. P. Dewani, P. G. Shelke, R. L. Bakal, S. S. Jaybhaye, A. V. Chandewar, S. Patra, "Gradient HPLC–DAD determination of paracetamol, phenylephrine hydrochloride, cetirizine in tablet formulation", Drug Research, 64, 251-256, Oct 2013 Publications in the year 2012: 92. Antidiabetic and Antihypolipidemic activity of Caparis spinosides activity extract., P R Mishra, P K Panda, International journal of Pharmaceutical sciences Review and Research, 38-43, 2012 93. Current concepts in diagnoses & management of peptic-ulcer , T Satapathy, P K Panda, American journal of pahrma. technical research , 2249-3387 , Vol-2(5), 1-13 , 2012 94. Gastric cancer and over view, T Satapathy, P K Panda, Journal of advanced pharmaceutical research 2229-3787, Vol-3(3), 1149-57, 2012 95. New insights into diagnostic evlaution in gastro esophageal reflux , T Satapathy, P K Panda, International journal universal of pharmacy life sciences 2249-6793, Vol- 2(5), 13-20, 2012 96. Synthesis and Antibacterial Evaluations of N-substituted piperazinyl Schiff bases of gatifloxacin, A Pathak, S K sahu, Med. Chem. Drug Disc. 2012, 3(1), 1-10. 97. A comprehensive study on regulatory requirements for development and filing of generic drugs globally. P K Nandi, S K sahu, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Investigation, 2012,2(3), 99-109. 98. Comparing Drug Master File Procedures in Highly Regulated Markets. P K Nandi, S K sahu, Regulatory Focus, 2012. 99. Designing, synthesis and Biological Evaluation of some 5-mercapto Pyrimidine Derivatives. R K Mohanta, S K sahu, International journal of Drug Development& Research, 2012,4(4), 352-358. (Impact factor: 0.03, ICV: 4.59). 100. Development and Validation of HPTLC Method for Quantification of the Antidiabetic Compound α-Amyrin Acetate in Streblus asper Lour, S.K. Karan, K.K. Rout, S.K. Mishra, D.K. Pal, Journal of Planer Chromatography, 25(6), 554-558 (2012). 101. Thin-Layer Chromatographic Separation and Validated HPTLC Method for Quantification of Ursolic Acid in Various Ocimum Species, K.K. Rout, R.K. Singh, D.P. Barik, S.K. Mishra, Journal of Food and Drug Analysis, 20(4), 865–871 (2012). 102. Isolation of β -Sitosterol and Evaluation of Antidiabetic Activity of Aristolochia indica in Alloxan-induced Diabetic Mice with a reference to in-vitro Antioxidant Activity, S.K. Karan, S.K. Mishra, D. Pal, A. Mondal, Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 6(7), 1219-1223 (2012). 103. Antidiabetic Effect of the Roots of Streblus asper in Alloxan-induced Diabetes Mellitus, S.K. Karan, S.K. Mishra, D.K. Pal, R.K. Singh, G. Raj, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 24(1), 422-424 (2012). 104. Antihyperglycemic Effect of Vetiveria zizanioides (L.) Nash Root Extract in Alloxan induced Diabetic Rats, S.K. Karan, S.K. Mishra, D. Pal, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Scientific Innovation, 1 (6), 35-38 (2012). 105. HPLC Method Development for Simultaneous Estimation of Hydrochlorothiazide and Perindropril in Tablet Dosage Form, Suraj Sahoo, P.K. Panda, S.K. Mishra, S. Sahoo, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 5(2), 136-138 (2012). 106. HPLC Method Development for Simultaneous Estimation of Atovaquone and Proguanil in Tablet Dosage Form, Suraj Sahoo, P.K. Panda, S.K. Mishra, S. Sahoo, International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 4(3), 195-197 (2012). 107. Evaluation of an Ayurvedic Compound Formulation Laghusutasekhara Rasa, O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, R. Gupta, S.K. Mishra, R. Sahoo, International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Phytopharmacological Research, 2(3), 209-210 (2012). 108. Pathorchur (Coleus aromaticus): A Review of the Medicinal Evidence for its Phytochemistry and Pharmacology Properties, O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, R. Sahoo, International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology, 3(4), 348-355 (2012). 109. Oleogum Resin Guggulu: A Review of the Medicinal Evidence for its Therapeutic Properties, O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy, 3(1), 15-21 (2012). 110. D. Pradhan, G. Tripathy; Screening of anti-proliferative effect of Limonia acidissima Linn. breast cancer cell lines;African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology (Academic Journal;1996-0816;6(7), Pg 468-473, Feb 2012;.675 111. D. Pradhan, G. Tripathy; Anticancer Activity of Limonia acidissima in Cancer Cell Lines.Tropical Journal of Pharma.Res;1596-5996;3,Issue 3,pg.413-419 July 2012.876 112. SP Rao1*, D Pradhan1;Antiulcer Activity of Smilax zeylanica Linn; Inventi Impact: 113. M S Karchuli, D Pradhan; Immunopotntial of Leucas Cephalotes spreng.;Inventi Impact: Ethnopharmacology;0976-7568;6(1) 2012;.214 114. M A Khan, D Pradhan;Antiurolithic activity of Digera Muricata extracts in rats Inventi rapid, Molecular pharmacology;0976-3956;1;2012;.214 115. Md Azaz Khan*, Debasish Pradhan;Antiurolithc activity of Ceropegia bulbosa extract in rats; Der Pharmacia Sinica;0976-8688;3(1):pg.148-152, ; 2012.;.864 116. Karchuli MS1*, Pradhan D1,Immunomodulatory Activity of Plumbago zeylanica Extract;Inventi Impact: Ethnopharmacology,;0976-7568;I(1), pg.16-18, 2012.;.214 117. S Prakash Rao1*, D Pradhan;Protective Potential of Flucourtia indica.Ulcer Inventi Impact: Ethnopharmacology;0976-7568;1(1), pg.19-21, 2012;.214 118. Md Azaz Khan*, Debasish Pradhan; Antiurolithc activity of Digera muricata Extract in Rats;Inventi rapid, Molecular pharmacology;0976-3956;1;2012;.214 119. Rath B.P., Pradhan D;Antidepressant activity of Linum usitatissimum;IJPPR;0975- 4873;1(2); pg.18-21, 2012;1.341 120. Dinesh Kumar, Puspesh Kumar Mishra, Anita V.K.Anand, pramod Kumar Agrawal and RanjitMohapatra. Isolation, synthesis and pharmacological evaluation of some novel curcumin derivatives as anticancer agents.Journal of Medicinal Plants Research,1996-0875,4( ), 2012 121. R.Mohapatra, S.K.Sahoo,N. Tribhuvan, J. Roul. Design and Characterization of Novel Biodegradable Polymer-Clay-Hydroxyapatite Nanocomposites for drug delivery applications.Asian J. of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2249-622X, 2(11) ,2012 122. Sunit Kumar Sahoo, Ranjit Kumar Giri, Sachin V Patil, Amulya Ratna Behera, Ranjit Mohapatra Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research (Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Benin). 11(2), 269-273 (2012) 123. Amulyaratna Behera, Sunit Kumar Sahoo. Digest Journal of Nanomaterials and Biostruc-tures.2012;7 (1), 217(2012). 124. S.K.Sahoo, N. PatiS.V.Patil Improvement of flowability, compressibility and dissolution of aceclofenac by emulsion solvent diffusion with polyethylene glycol, ARS Pharmaceutica (Spain) 2012:53(2), 21-27(2012) 125. Sachinkumar Patil, Atmaram Pawar, Sunit Kumar Saho Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2012; 11 (1), 18-27 (2012). 126. J Roul, R Mohapatra, SK Sahoo Inventi Impact: NDDS.2012. 127. SV Patil, AP Pawar, SK Sahoo.
Die Pharmazie-An International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 67 (3), 215-223 (2012). 128. Snehamayee Mohapatra, Rajat KumarKar, Debendra Kumar Mohapatra, Sunit Kumar Sahoo, Bhakti Bhusan Barik. Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology. 55 (2) 269-275(2012). 129. Amulyaratna Behera, Sunit Kumar Sahoo Pharmaceutical Research. 11 (3), 345-350(2012). 130. Ms.Subhasri Mohapatra, Prof. (Dr.) Sailesh Kumar Ghatuary,Dr. Shradhanjali Patra," Formulation and Evaluation of Roxithromycin DispersibleTablets Using Super Disintegrants", IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences, Sep-Oct 2012,Volume 3, Issue 2, 17-20, Sep-Oct 2012,. 131. Tanmay Nayak, Dr.Sradhanjali Patra," Stable polymorph of Quetiapine fumarate form II", Journal of Pharmacy Research,5(8),4318-4318-4319, August 2012, Publications in the year 2011: 132. Antiurolithic activity cartava manga lour bark, S K Mekap, S Sahoo, P K Panda, Indian Journal of Natural Products & resources, Vol 2(1) , 28-33, 2011 133. Pharmacological evaluation from leaves of clerodendrum Indicum linn for antiulcer activity in animals, P R Mishra, P K Panda, Emerging Science , Vol-III (2), 2011 134. Anticancer activity selective cyclo oxgenase -2 inhibitor with conventional NSAIDS, D Pradhan, P K Panda, Asian Journal of Chemistry , Vol 23(1), 427-430, 2011 135. Nephroprotective effect of Bauhnia variegata (linn whole stem extract against cisplatin –induced nephropathy in rats, S R Pani, S Sahoo, S R Mishra, P K Panda, Indian Journal of Pharmacology , 253-7613, Vol 43(2), 200-202, 2011 136. Evalution of acute hypolipidemic activity of different plants extract in Triton WR1339 induced hypolipidemia in Albino rats. P R Mishra, P K Panda, Pharmacology on line , Volume 3, 925-934, 2011 137. Antiulcer activity of Cassia mimosoides Bark Extract and its comparison with Ranitidine in Shay Rat. P K Mohanty, P K Panda, Research Journal Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry , 0975-2331, Volume 3, 166-168, 2011 138. Study of antiulcer activity of Roots of Alangium salvifolium Linn. In pylorus ligated rates. P K Mohanty, P K Panda,International Research Journal of Pharmacy, Volume 2, 190-192, 2011 139. V J Patra, Wound healing activity of Spirulina Extract, B B Panigrahi, P K Panda, International journal of Pharmaceutical sciences Review and Research, Volume 6, 132-135, 2011 140. Natural polymersin drug delivery, T Satapathy, P K Panda, International Journal of Pharmacy & life sciences , 2244-6793, Vol 1(3), 90-97, 2011 141. Floating drug delivery system viagastriccretertion , T Satapathy, P K Panda, Emergency science , Vol-3(2), 29-32, 2011 advanced understanding in mechanisms epilepsy and potential new tretatemnt strategies , Handrad medicus , Vol 54(2), 2011 142. Antitumor and in-vivo Antioxidant activities of Pandanus odoritissimus Linn. Against ehrlich ascites carcinoma in swiss albino mice. D Pradhan, P K Panda, International journal of Pharmaceutical sciences Review and Research, Volume 8, 202-208, 2011 143. Visible spectrophotometric estimation of moxiflaxaci in bulk and its pharmaceutical formulation. S K Sahu, M Banarjee, pharmacologyonline 3,2011,1223-1233. 144. Simultaneous Quantification of Two Bioactive Lupane Triterpenoids from Diospyros melanoxylon Stem Bark, K.K. Rout, R.K. Singh, S.K. Mishra, Journal of Planer Chromatography, 24 (5), 376-380 (2011). 145. A new Clerodane-type γ –hydroxybutenolide Diterpene from the Bark of Polyalthia longifolia var. Angustifolia, G. Ghosh, B.B. Subudhi, M. Banerjee, S.K. Mishra, Indian Journal of Chemistry, 50B, 1510-1512 (2011). 146. Isolation and Characterization of 22,23-Dihydrostigmasterol (β-Sitosterol) from the Bark of Polyalthia longifolia var. Angustifolia, G. Ghosh, B.B. Subudhi, D. Mishra, P. Sudhir Kumar, S.K. Mishra, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 23 (3), 1341-1343 (2011). 147. Antihyperglycemic Activity of Root Bark of Polyalthia longifolia var. Pendula and Aerial Parts of Sida rhombifolia Linn.and its Relationship with Antioxidant Property, G. Ghosh, B.B. Subudhi, S.K. Mishra, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 23 (1), 141-144 (2011). 148. Evaluation of Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Activity of Ixora coccinia Flower Extract, A. Bhattacharya, D.R. Kar, A. Sengupta, G. Ghosh, S.K. Mishra, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 23(10), 4369-4372 (2011). 149. Hepatoprotective Effect of Barringtonia acutangula Linn. Leaves on Carbon Tetrachloride-induced Acute Liver Damage in Rats, S. Mishra, S. Sahoo, K.K. Rout, S.K. Nayak, S.K. Mishra, P.K. Panda, Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources, 2(4), 515-519 (2011). a Halophytic Plant, P. Sunita, S. Jha, S.P. Pattanayak, S.K. Mishra, Journal of Scientific Research, 4 (1), 203, (2011). 151. Antidiabetic Activity of Root of Sida acuta Linn. in Normoglycemic and Alloxan Induced Diabetic Rats, S. Jena, S.K. Mishra, G. Ghosh, P.K. Chand, Indian Drugs, 48 (3), 27- 33 (2011). 152. HPLC Method Development for Simultaneous Estimation of Nizatidine, Methyl Paraben and Propyl Paraben in Oral Solution, S. Sahoo, P.K. Panda, S.K. Mishra, Sabuj Sahoo, Indian Drugs, 48(11), 44-47 (2011). P.K. Mohanty, S.K. Panda, S.K. Mishra, P.K. Panda, Y.A. Jaliwala, P. Milind, Int. Res. J. Pharm., 2, 190-192, (2011). 154. Antibacterial Activity of Polyalthia longifolia var. Angustifolia Stem Bark Extract, G. Ghosh, B.B. Subudhi, L.D. Badajena, J. Ray, M.K. Mishra, S.K. Mishra, Int. J. Pharm. Tech. Res., 3 (1), 256 – 260 (2011). 155. Analgesic and Anti-inflammatory Activity of Methanol Extract of Scindopsus officinalis Root in Experimental Animals, S.K. Mishra, K.B. Satapathy, G. Ghosh, D. Das, Pharmacologyonline, 3, 396-411 (2011). 156. In-Vitro Antioxidant Potentials in leaves of Coleus aromaticus Benth And Rhizomes of Zingiber zerumbet(L.)SM., O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 1(8), 194-198 (2011). 157. Zingiber zerumbet(L.)SM., A Reservoir Plant for Therapeutic Uses: A Review, O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, International Journal of Pharma World Research, 2(2), 1-22 (2011). 158. Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical Studies of Zingiber zerumbet(L.)SM. Rhizome, O.P. Rout, K.K. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy, 2(3), 698-703 (2011). 159. Diagnosis,Prevention and Treatment of Dreadly Cancer : A Review, J. Sahoo, S.K. Mishra, D.K. Tripathi, Int. J. Pharmacol. Bio. Sci., 5 (2), 65 – 74 (2011). 160. Manvendra Singh Karchuli1*;Debasish Pradhan1; Curcuma amada Roxb. Rhizome Extract Modulates Cellular And Humoral Immune System;Pharmacology;Online, Spain;1827-8620;3; pg.947-952; 2011.16 161. Md Azaz Khan,D Pradhan; Antiurolithic activity of Ageratum conzoides extract in rats.; Pharmacology;Online, Spain;1827-8620;3: Pg.953-958, 2011;.16 162. S tripathy,S Parchuri,D Pradhan; Preliminary investigation of the plant H enneaspermus. Int Jour of Univ Pharmacy and Life Sc.;2249-6793;1(2),.Pg.239-248; 2011. 163. Sunit K Sahoo, Satyabrata Barik, Gourhari Dehury, Subhakanta Dhala, Subhakanta Kanungo, Bhakti B Barik, Kishore K Puhan. Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 10 (2) 164. AL Behera, SV Patil, SK Sahoo.
,International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 3(1),32-35 (2011). 165. SV Patil, SK Sahoo.
Digest Journal of Nanomaterials & Biostructures (DJNB).6 (4) (2011). 166. Susijit Sahoo, Bhakti Bhusan Barik, Nihar Ranjan Pani, Sunit Kumar Sahoo. Journal of Pharmacy Research. 4(7) (2011) 167. S K Sahoo, A L Behera, S V Patil, B B Barik, M M Safhi. ordan journal of Pharmaceutical sciences. 2011:4 (3), 251-260 (2011) 168. N.K.Mishra, S. Bstia, G. Mishra, K.A. Chowdary, S. Patra, " Anti-arthritic activity of Glycyrrhiza glabra, Boswellia serrata and their synergistic activity in combined formulation studied in freund‟s adjuvant induced arthritic rats"Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 2(2),92-98, December 2011. Publications in the year 2010: 169. V J Patra, Comparative heaptoprotective activity of different extracts of spirulina against CCl4 induced live damage. B B Panigrahi, P K Panda, J.R International Pharmaceutical sciences review researches, 0976-044X, 200-202, 2010 170. Evaluation of anti flamatory activity of pandnus odoritissimus linn , Journals of Advanced, P D Panda P K Panda and D P Panda,Pharmaceutical research, Vol 210 (1), 61-64, 2010 171. Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effect of methandic extract of benin casa hispida fruit in rodents . , P D Panda P K Panda Asian Journals of Chemistry (International Journal), Vol 22(10), 7573-7579, 2010 172. Analgesic effects of extract from the leaves of stychnous nuxvomica linn, N Parida P K Panda, Indian Drugs, Vol 47 (4), 2010 173. Neuropharmacological screening of Alangiun salvifolium (linn) stem bark extracts in rats, N Parida P K Panda, Asian Journal of Chemistry, ( International Journal ), Vol 22 (10), 7507-7512, 2010 174. Effect of ocimum 171anctum and osmium bacillicum on blood glucose level in alloxan induced diabetes in rats , T Satapathy P K Panda, Emerging science, Vol -1 (10), 2010 175. Antiulcer activity methanolic extract of cassia angustifolia bark and its comparison with ranidine in shay rats , P K Mohanty P K Panda, Research Journal Pharmaceutics & technology , Vol 3 (3), 2010 176. Anticonvulsant activity of Alangium salvifolium steam bark., N Parida P K Panda, Hamdard Medicus , 0250-7188, Vol -53(4), 15-19, 2010 177. Evaluation of anti-GERD activity of Gastro-retentive drug delivery system of itopride Hydrochloride, Artificial cells Blood substitute & Biotechnology , T Satapathy P K Panda, Informa Health care 1073-1199, LABA 478197 IND , 1-8, 2010 178. Effect of Butea monosperma product leaf extract for anti hyper lipidemic activity in rabbits , D Pradhan, P K Panda, Indian Journal of Natural , Vol-26(4), 28-30, 2010 179. Comparative spectrophotometric estimation of cefepime hydrochloride in bulk and its pharmaceutical formulations. S K Sahu, M Banarjee, Journal of the Indian chemical society, 2010,87, 869-871. 180. Global Generic Drug Filing Procedures. S K Sahu, P Nandi, Indian Drug Manufacturing Association Bulletin, 2010, XLI (29), 1 to 7, 16-26. 181. Regulatory Procedures in EU: A Review, S K Sahu, P Nandi, The Pharma Review, 182. Global Drug Master Filing Procedures. S K Sahu, P Nandi, The Pharma Review, 2010, 88-94. 183. Design and evaluation of a nanoparticulate system prepared by biodegradable polymers for oral administration of protein drugs. A Prusty, S K Sahu, Die pharmazie, 2010, 65, 824-829. 184. Two important biodegradable polymers and their role in nano particle preparation by complex coacervation method-A. A Prusty, S K Sahu, International journal of pharmaceutical and applied sciences , 2010, 1(2), 1-6. 185. Toxicological and regulatory consideration of pharmaceutically important nano particles. A Prusty, S K Sahu, Journal of current pharmaceutical research, 2010, 3(1), 8-12. 186. Anti-hyperglycemic and Antioxidant Activity of Stem Bark of Polyalthia longifolia var. Angustifolia, G. Ghosh, D.M. Kar, B.B. Subudhi, S.K. Mishra, Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2 (2), 206 – 216 (2010). 187. Antimicrobial Potential of the Volatile Oil of Feronia limonia Swingle Leaves, S. Sahoo, D.K. Brahma, S.K. Mishra, S.R. Mishra, S. Sahoo, Indian Drugs, 47 (4), 69 – 71 (2010). 188. Preliminary Pharmacognostical and Phytochemical Evaluation of Coleus aromaticus Benth. Leaf, O.P. Rout, K.K. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, International Journal of Pharma World Research, 1(4), 1-19 (2010). 189. S Tripathy, D pradhan, M anjana; Antitumor and anti arthritic potential of A. Baccifera Linn.;IJPBS;0975-6299;1(3);PP.1-7; 2010;.47 190. D Pradhan,V Joshi, G Tripathy; Anticancer effect of S Trifoliatus on human breast cancer cell lines .;IJPBS;0975-6299;1(1),;Pg.1-9.; 2010;.47 191. S triathy, D Pradhan, M Anjana;Anti inflammatory and antiarthritic potential of Ammania Baccifera Linn.;IJPBS;0975-6299;1(3);pg.1-7; 2010;.47 192. P.K S, K.M P ,D.Pradhan , G.Tripathy, R B , S. Patnayak, S KSahoo; Antidiabetic and antioxidant activity of Sapindus trifoliatus linn.;IJPBS;0975-6299;1(2),pp1-7; 2010;.473. 193. P K Sahoo, D Pradhan, P BeheraPharmacological intervention.adenosine receptors in diabetic neuropathic pain;JPR;2321- 4988;3(8),Pg.1798-1802,;2010;2.661 194. P K Sahoo, D Pradhan, P Behera; Neuroprotective effect of B Monnierri .receptor in diabetic neuropathic pain.;JPR;2321- 4988;3(8)Pg.1806-1809,;2010;2.661. 195. D Pradhan,P K Panda,G Tripathy; Pharmacological evaluation of S trifoliatus. In EAC tumor bearing mice;IJTPR;0975-5160;1(2),pg.44-46,2010;1.114 196. AL Behera, SK Sahoo, SV Patil. Der Pharmacia Lettre.2 (2),310-318 (2010). 197. AL Behera, SV Patil, SK Sahoo.
er Pharmacia Sinica, 2010; (1), 20-28 (2010). 198. SV Patil, SK Sahoo. Der Pharmacia Lettre. 2(1), 421-426 (2010). 199. Bibaswan Mishra, Susijit Sahoo, Prasanta Kumar Biswal, Sunit Kumar Sahoo, Bhupen Chandra Behera, Goutam Kumar Jana. Journal of pharmacy research, 2010; 3 (4) (2010). 200. RK Sethi, SK Sahoo, PK Das, BB Barik. Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms and Technology. 2 (1),67-71 (2010). 201. RK Sethi, P Guru, SK Sahoo, PK Das, BB Barik.
International Research Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 1(1), 041-044 (2010). 202. Sradhanjali Patra, Rakesh Samantaray, Saswat Pattnaik and B. B. Barik," Taste Masking of Etoricoxibby using Ion-Exchange Resin".Pharmaceutical Development and Technology,15(5),511-517,Sep-Oct 2010 203. S. Patra, R. Sahoo, R. K. Panda, K. Himasankar and B.B. Barik, "In Vitro Evaluation of Domperidone Mouth Dissolving Tablets", Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences,72(6), 822-825,Nov-Dec 2010, 204. Sradhanjali Patra, Prafulla Kumar Das, Pravat Ranjan Guru," Development of Metronidazole Mouth Dissolving Tablets" Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Research, 1,12-16,July-Sept 2010. Conference Proceedings-2010: 1. Heart Diseases – An Ayurvedic Perspective, O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, National Seminar on Preventive Cardiology in Ayurveda held at Rashtriya Ayurveda Vidyapeeth, National Academy of Ayurveda, New Delhi, on March 13-14, 223- 232 (2010). 2. Revitalizing Traditional Herbal Therapy by Exploring Medicinal Plants used for Jaundice: A Case Study of Gandhamardana Hill Range, Orissa, O.P. Rout, R. Acharya, S.K. Mishra, UGC-Sponsored National Seminar on Ethno Botany (Medicinal Plants) held at Department of Botany, Rairangpur College, Mayurbhanj, Odisha, on February 26-27, 81-92 (2010). GPAT- Qualified M. Pharm. Students Name of the Student Prachiprava Mishra Sumansudha Sethy Manoj Kumar Agrawal Swapnarani Khuntia Soumya Kanta Mohanty Rakesh Kumar Khuntia Santosh Kumar Sahoo Debasish Choudhury Vinodini Marandi Manoj Kumar Behera Soubhagya Ranjan Tripathy Singdha Sangita Sahoo Rajat Kumar Debata Hemanta Kumar Dash Subhasree Pradhan Ph.D awarded from Utkal University (Passed M.Pharm from Utkal University) ( For Last five years ) 1. Dr. Mrutunjay Banjerjee 2. Dr. Agnimitra Dinda 3. Dr. Rajat Kumar Kar 4. Dr. Gitanjali Tripathy 5. Dr. Manoj Kumar Mishra 6. Dr. Amulya Ratna Behera 7. Dr. Sanjay Kumar Karan 8. Dr. Biswa Ranajan Mohanty 9. Dr. Narendra Kumar Parida 10. Dr. R.K.Mahanta 11. Dr.Amaresh Panda 12. Dr. Snehamayee Mohapatra Ph.D. SCHOLARS CONTINUING AT PRESENT 1. Mihir Kumar Kar 2. Rajesh Kumar Pothal 3. Santanu Ghosh 4. Susijit Sahoo 5. Basant Kumar Behere 6. Ranjan Kumar Sethi 7. Kishore Kumar Puhan 8. Saswat Pattnaik 9. Sandeep Acharya 10. Alok Ranjan Samal 11. Jyoti Ranjan Roul 12. Nilima Shukla 13. Biman Kumar Panigrahi 14. Prakash Chandra Senapati 15. Shyamalendu Tripathy 16. A. P. Dewani 17. S. Acharya Ph.D. COURSE WORK COMPLETED APPLIED FOR REGISTRATION 1. Rama Chandra Rout 2. Swayan Siddha Tripathy 3. Jadav Sachin Manik 4. Debananda Cahampatisingh 5. Ansuman Sahoo 6. Biraja Prasana Ratha Ph.D. COURSE WORK CONTINUING 1. Mrs. Reena 2. Satish Kanhar 3. Sribatsa Lacchana Das 4. Arun Kumar Das 5. Suman kumar Mekap ANNEXURE-IV
Awarded Ph.D from Utkal University, but passed M.Pharm from other University 1. Dr. Om Prakash Rout 2. Dr. Goutam Ghosh 3. Dr. Sachin Patil 4. Dr. Trilochan Satpathy 5. Dr. Prasanta Kumar Mohapatra 6. Dr. Suraj Sahoo 7. Dr. Sanjay Kumar Swain 8. Dr. Bibhuti Prasad Mishra 9. Dr. Prafulla Kumar Nandi 10. Dr. Amiya Kumar Prusty 11. Dr. Asish Pathak 12. Dr. Dinesh Kumar 13. Dr. Satyajit 14. Dr.M.S.Karchuli 15. Dr. Prasanta Kumar Sahoo LIST OF DISTINGUISHED ALMUNI OF THE DEPARTMENT. 1. Dr. Prafulla Kumar Nandi, Global Head of Regularity Affairs, Apotex, inc, 2. Dr. Shakti Prasad Pattnaik, Associate Professor, BITS, Mesra, Ranchi. 3. Mr. Diptiman Patra, OFS, Treasury , Near Ram Mandir, BBSR 4. Mr. Sangram Keshari Dash, Qualified CDS and working in Defense Service 5. Mr. Amrit Khuntia, Qualified CDS and working in Defense Service 6. Dr. Minaketan Tripathy ,Senior Faculty at UITN Universty, Malaysia
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