AKTU Code : 1111    
BTE Code : 2147

Babu Sunder Singh College of Pharmacy

(Approved By PCI, Govt. of India & Affiliated to AKTU, BTE Lucknow)
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Our Facilities

Why Choose Us

Our Facilities

During the current year, we have added the following facilities and updated some existent facility to improve the quality of pharmacy education.

  • Our Facilities
  • Publication by Faculty Member
  • Pedagogy
Our Pharmacy College
1. Classrooms and Lecture Halls

These facilities are equipped with audio-visual aids and seating arrangements to facilitate lectures, presentations, and interactive learning sessions.

2. Laboratories

Various laboratories to provide hands-on training to students in different aspects of pharmaceutical sciences. These may include

(i) Pharmaceutical Chemistry Laboratory

Equipped with instruments for synthesis, purification, and analysis of pharmaceutical compounds

(ii) Pharmacology Laboratory

Facilities for studying the effects of drugs on living organisms, including in vitro and in vivo experiments

(iii) Pharmaceutics Laboratory

Used for formulation development, dosage form preparation, and drug delivery system experiments.

(iv) Microbiology Laboratory

Dedicated to microbiological testing, identification of microorganisms, and aseptic techniques

(v) Clinical Skills Laboratory

Simulated patient care settings where students can practice dispensing medications, patient counseling, and other clinical skills.

3. Research Labs

These labs are specifically designed for research activities, allowing faculty and students to conduct cutting-edge research in various areas of pharmacy.

4. Library

The library serves as a resource center, providing access to books, journals, databases, and online resources related to pharmacy, pharmaceutical sciences, and related disciplines

5. Computer Lab

Equipped with computers, internet access, and software for data analysis, simulations, and research-related tasks.

6. Seminar and Conference Rooms

These spaces are used for academic discussions, student presentations, guest lectures, and hosting conferences or seminars related to pharmacy.

7. Instrumentation Facilities

These facilities house advanced instruments and equipment used in pharmaceutical analysis, drug discovery, and other research activities.

8. Auditorium and Event Spaces

These spaces are utilized for hosting larger gatherings, conferences, symposiums, and other events.

Poster/paper published by faculty/students

  • Shruti and Saurabh Mishra Students of B.pharm 2nd has presented poster in one day national conference on “Intellectual Property Rights” organized by PSIT, Kanpur.
  • Mr.Shubham Kannojiya (Asst.prof.), Mr. Nitin Rajan (Asst.prof.) and Mr. Shubhankit Soni(Asst.prof.) Faculty presented poster in one day national conference on “Intellectual Property Rights” organized by PSIT, Kanpur and Awarded 1st postion.
  • A review paper has been published by Dr. Alok Kumar Shukla (Director) on “IMPORTANT PHYTOCHEMICALS AND THEIR ROLE IN PSORIASIS” in the Journal of Applied and Natural Sciences

Books/Book Chapter Published

  • A theoretical Book on “Biochemistry” for Diploma students have been published by Mr. Nitin Rajan (Asst.prof.), Ms. Vridhi kulshretha (Asst.prof.), Mr. Shubhankit Soni (Asst.prof.) and Mr. Shubham Kanaujiya (Asst.prof.).
  • Dr. Alok Kumar Shukla (Director) has Contributed in book series “Foodomics and Green Analytical Technologies.
  • A review paper has been published by Dr. Alok Kumar Shukla (Director) on “IMPORTANT PHYTOCHEMICALS AND THEIR ROLE IN PSORIASIS” in the Journal of Applied and Natural Sciences
Pedagogy Here are some common pedagogical approaches:

1. Lectures

Traditional lectures are commonly used to provide foundational knowledge and concepts to students. In this approach, instructors deliver information through oral presentations to large groups of students.

2. Active Learning

This approach encourages students to actively engage in the learning process. It involves activities such as problem-solving exercises, case studies, group discussions, and hands-on laboratory work to promote critical thinking and application of knowledge

3. Problem-Based Learning (PBL)

PBL is a student-centered approach where students work in small groups to solve real-world problems or case scenarios. It emphasizes self-directed learning, problem-solving skills, and collaboration.

4. Team-Based Learning (TBL)

TBL is a structured learning approach that promotes teamwork and collaboration. Students work in teams to solve complex problems, engage in discussions, and apply their knowledge to real-world situations.

5. Simulation and Role-Playing

Simulations and role-playing exercises are used to replicate real-life scenarios and allow students to practice their skills in a safe and controlled environment. This approach is particularly useful in pharmacy practice and patient counseling.

6. Hands-on Training

Pharmacy education often includes practical training in laboratory settings or clinical practice sites. Students gain hands-on experience in compounding medications, performing drug analysis, and interacting with patients under the supervision of experienced faculty members.

7. Technology-Enhanced Learning

: With the advancement of technology, pharmacy education incorporates various digital tools and resources. These include virtual simulations, online learning platforms, multimedia presentations and e-learning modules to enhance the learning experience and facilitate self-paced learning.

8. Interprofessional Education (IPE)

IPE promotes collaboration and teamwork among healthcare professionals from different disciplines, including pharmacy, medicine, nursing, and others. It focuses on developing communication skills, teamwork, and understanding of each profession's roles and responsibilities

9. Experiential Learning

Experiential learning involves practical experiences outside the classroom, such as internships, clinical rotations, and community service. It provides students with real-world exposure and opportunities to apply their knowledge in professional settings.

10. Continuous Assessment and Feedback

Regular assessment methods, including quizzes, examinations, and project assignments, are used to evaluate student progress and provide feedback for improvement. This helps students track their learning and identify areas for further development.