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GEETA INSTITUTE OF PHARMACY

Welcome to Geeta Institute of Pharmacy (GIP), a pioneering institution dedicated to shaping the future leaders of the pharmaceutical industry. Established amidst the rich historical backdrop of Panipat in 2019, GIP stands as a testament to innovation and excellence in pharmaceutical education. Endorsed by the prestigious Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi, our programs adhere to the highest standards, ensuring our graduates are equipped to meet the evolving demands of the field.

Previously affiliated with esteemed institutions such as Pandit Bhagwat Dayal Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak, and Haryana State Board of Technical Education, Panchkula, GIP has now evolved into one of the integral pillars of Geeta University, Naultha, Panipat, as of the academic session 2022-2023 onwards.

At GIP, our mission transcends conventional education. We aspire to be recognized as the pinnacle of academic excellence in the NCR Region, producing pharmacists who are not only proficient but also visionary in their approach. Our vision is to cultivate a cadre of professionals who will shape the future landscape of society, industry, academia, and research.

Central to our success is our distinguished faculty, comprised of industry veterans and esteemed scholars from institutions like NIPER, MDU, GJU, and KUK. Their guidance and mentorship enrich the learning experience, fostering a culture of innovation and critical thinking among our students.

Our academic portfolio encompasses a spectrum of undergraduate and postgraduate programs, including M. Pharmacy in Pharmaceutics (15 seats), B. Pharmacy (100 seats), and D. Pharmacy (60 seats). These programs are meticulously designed to provide comprehensive knowledge and practical skills essential for success in the pharmaceutical domain.

“Experience excellence at GIP – where knowledge meets innovation

Laboratories:

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Sr. No. Room No. Laboratory Name Lab Incharges
1 D-101 Microbiology Dr. Mamta
2 D-103 Pharmaceutics Mr. Ajay
3 D-104 Pharmacognosy Dr. Sarita Khatkar, Ms. Pooja
4 D-105 Pharmaceutical Chemistry Ms. Manita
5 D-106 Pharmaceutical Chemistry Ms. Sonam
6 D-108 Machine Room Ms. Ranjna Rani
7 D-208 Central Instrumentation Laboratory Mr. Jagjiwan Singh
8 D-209 Pharmaceutics Ms. Geetika
9 D-301 Pharmaceutical Chemistry Ms. Twinkle
10 D-304 Pharmaceutical Chemistry Ms. Anshu, Ms. Pooja
11 D-305 Pharmaceutics Mr. Pankaj
12 D-307 Pharmacology Dr. Shweta
13 D-308 HAP Ms. Manisha
14 D-309 Pharmacology Dr. Amandeep Dhull
15 D-401 Pharmaceutics Dr. Seema Rohilla
16 D-407 Pharmaceutics Mr. Rakesh Redhu

COURSE OFFERED

M. Pharmacy
Eligibility

The minimum eligibility criteria for pursuing the M Pharmacy Program is 55% marks in aggregate in the Bachelor of Pharmacy Program. Candidate should have obtained registration with the state pharmacy council or should obtain the same within one month from the date of his/her admission.

B. Pharmacy
Eligibility

Candidate must have passed 10+2 examination conducted by the respective State/ Central Education Board with Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics (P.C.M.) and or Biology (P.C.B/P.C.B.M.). English must be as one of the subjects.

D. Pharmacy
Eligibility

The minimum eligibility qualification is 10+2 level of education in science stream PCB/PCM from a recognized State/ Central educational board.

GIP FACULTY

Dr. Sunil Jawla Principal & Professor
Dr. Sarita Khatkar Professor
Dr. Seema Rohilla Professor
Dr. Shweta Sherawat Associate Professor
Mr. Rakesh Redhu Associate Professor
Ms. Gitika Rani Associate Professor
Ms. Ranjana Rani Associate Professor
Dr. Amandeep Dhull Assistant Professor
Mr. Ajay Berwal Assistant Professor
Ms. Mamta Assistant Professor
Ms. Sonam Rani Assistant Professor
Ms. Anshu Kadyan Assistant Professor
Mr. Jagjiwan Singh Assistant Professor
Ms. Manisha Assistant Professor
Ms. Manita Assistant Professor
    Mrs. Sarabjeet Associate Professor
    Mr. Vivek Associate Professor
    Ms. Pooja Assistant Professor
    Mr. Chirag Mittal Assistant Professor
    Mr. Pankaj Kumar Assistant Professor
    Ms. Twinkle Assistant Professor
    Ms. Rashmi Dhillon Assistant Professor
    Ms. Ruchi Rani Assistant Professor
    Mr. Gourav Rohilla Assistant Professor
    Mr. Shivan Saini Assistant Professor
    Ms. Rashmi Rani Assistant Professor
    Ms. Deepika Saini Assistant Professor
    Ms. Pooja Singh Assistant Professor
    Mr. Deepanshu Assistant Professor
    Md. Muskaran Khan Lecturer
    Ms. Pooja Devi Assistant Professor
    Mr. Aashish Lecturer
    Ms. Anjali Rana Lecturer

      PROGRAMME OVERVIEWS

      Programme Educational Objectives (PEO)

      PEO-1 Effectively use of English language to articulate the ideas both in oral and written communication.
      PEO-2 Able to contribute in multi-disciplinary teams for achievement of collective goals.

      PROGRAM OUTCOME (POs): M. Pharmacy

      PO-1 Gain knowledge of modern pharmaceutical analytical techniques used in formulation development and research.

      PO-2 Apply knowledge of excipients, dosage forms, production, quality improvements in drug delivery system and various approaches for development of novel drug delivery systems, criteria for selection of drugs and polymers for the development of novel drug delivery systems.
      PO-3 Use modern advanced analytical instrumental techniques for identification, characterization and quantification of drugs in drug formulations.
      PO-4 Demonstrate an ability to design formulation and drug delivery systems process as per needs and specifications in Pharmaceutical Industries, marketing and approval.

      PO-5 Develop an ability to visualize and work in multidisciplinary way in the Pharmaceutical Industrial Management and GMP Considerations and in pre formulation studies, Optimization Techniques & Pilot
      Plant Scale Up Techniques.

      PO-6 Summarise concept of generic drug and their development, various regulatory filings in different countries, different phases of clinical trials and submitting regulatory documents: filling process of IND, NDA and ANDA.

      PO-7 Explain the various approaches for development of novel drug delivery systems and their advancement, the criteria for selection of drugs and polymers for the development of NTDS, the formulation and evaluation of novel drug delivery system.

      PO-8 Apply knowledge and skills necessary for dose calculations, dose adjustments and to apply biopharmaceutics theories in practical problem solving, basic theoretical discussions of the principles of
      biopharmaceutics and pharmacokinetics.

      PO-9 Outline the computer Applications in pharmaceutical research and development process, basic theoretical discussions of the principles of more integrated and coherent use of computerized information (informatics) in the drug development process.

      PO-10 Examine ingredients used in cosmetics and cosmeceuticals. Key building blocks for various formulations, Current technologies in the market, Various key ingredients, and basic science to develop cosmetics and
      cosmeceuticals, Scientific knowledge to develop cosmetics and cosmeceuticals with desired Safety, stability, and efficacy.

      PO-11 To examine the effect of temperature change, non-solvent addition, incompatible polymer addition in microcapsules preparation; Preparation and evaluation of Alginate beads; Formulation and evaluation of gelatin /albumin microspheres; Formulation and evaluation of liposomes/niosomes; Formulation and evaluation of spherules; Improvement of dissolution characteristics of slightly soluble drug by Solid
      Dispersion technique; Comparison of dissolution of two different marketed products /brands; Protein binding studies of a highly protein bound drug & poorly protein bound drug and Bioavailability studies.

      PO-12 Analysis of Pharmacokinetic and IVIVC data, in vitro cell studies for permeability and metabolism, Formulation data analysis, Quality-by-Design in Pharmaceutical Development. Computer Simulations in Pharmacokinetics and Pharmacodynamics, Computational Modelling of Drug Disposition, to develop Clinical Data Collection manual, Sensitivity Analysis, and Population Modelling, Development and evaluation of Creams, Shampoo and Toothpaste base; to incorporate herbal and chemical actives, skin products.

      PROGRAM OUTCOME (POs): B. Pharmacy

      PO-1 Gain knowledge on basics of biology, structure & function of various systems of the human body, fundamentals & principles of analytical chemistry, basics& preparation of different dosage forms, monographs of inorganic drugs& pharmaceuticals, and problems solving in pharmacy.
      PO-2 Able to understand physiology, pathophysiological mechanisms, biochemical processes, diagnosis of various pathological conditions, Homeostasis mechanisms, understand the metabolism of bioactive molecules, and performing hematological tests & biochemical tests. Basic understanding of organic reactions, mechanism, identification, preparation.
      PO-3 Understanding stability, reactivity, standardization & medicinal uses of organic compounds. Physical, Physico-chemical properties & unit operations involved in dosage forms. Basics and pharmaceutical applications of microbiology.
      PO-4 Gain knowledge on stereochemical aspects, synthesis of organic compounds & derivatives, chemistry, mechanism of action, pharmacology & therapeutic uses of natural & synthetic medicinal compounds. Fundamentals of crude drugs and their medicinal properties, understand & demonstrate chemical kinetics in the formulation of dosage forms
      PO-5 Gain knowledge of Physico-chemical properties of drug substance, formulation, pharmaceutical unit operations, manufacturing, evaluation, and packaging of various solid, liquid, and semi-solid dosage forms. Chemistry, preparation, assay, mechanism of action, structure-activity relationship, pharmacodynamics, the pharmacokinetics of various classes of drugs, and their application in the treatment of various diseases. Fundamentals, medicinal properties, isolation, characterization, quality control & evaluation of crude drugs, and development of herbal formulations. Indian pharmaceutical acts & laws and regulatory authorities governing the manufacture and sale of pharmaceuticals.
      PO-6 Gain knowledge in drug design techniques, chemistry, assay, mechanism of action, structure-activity relationship & pharmacology of various categories of drugs. Experimental screening models for drug discovery. Biopharmaceutics & pharmacokinetic applications in pharmacotherapy. Learn about raw materials, formulation, quality control, patenting & regulatory requirements of nutraceuticals & herbal cosmetics. Information in techniques, production & uses of biopharmaceuticals. Quality assurance, quality control systems, documentation, and validation in the pharmaceutical industry.
      PO-7 Gain knowledge in spectroscopic studies & chromatographic techniques of drugs. Designing & evaluation of novel drug delivery systems. Role of pharmacist in community and hospital. application of knowledge gained in isolation, identification, standardization, formulation, manufacturing & evaluation of pharmaceuticals
      PO-8 Use of statistical principles in research and development of pharmaceuticals. Knowledge of National health programs and pharmacist role. Advanced techniques used in drug design, screening, and analysis of pharmaceuticals, cosmetics & nutraceuticals. Methods & importance of reporting adverse drug reactions. knowledge of regulatory science, the Pharmaceutical industrial & business management.
      PO-9 History and scope of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry. Handling of prescriptions, the role of the pharmacist in the community and hospital, Knowledge about Buffers, Electrolytes, and Limit tests.
      PO10 Development of Effective Communication Skills and its elements, Soft-Skills Management. Application of databases in pharmacy. To Understand the basic concept of Mathematics.
      PO11 Understanding Preformulation, Glass containers evaluation. Knowledge about Simulated Pharmacological Experiments and Drug-Receptor interaction.Technology transfer from lab scale to industry, regulatory affairs & quality management systems in the pharmaceutical industry.
      PO12 Information about Toxicological and Poisoning of the drugs. Concepts of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology. Novel Drug delivery systems phenomenon and Pharmacovigilance of drug. Concepts and awareness of environmental phenomenon and its problems. Cultivation and production of herbal drugs

      PROGRAM OUTCOME (POs): D. Pharmacy

      PO1 To review prescriptions

      PO2 To dispense prescription and non-prescription medicines

      PO3 Provide patient counselling and education on Medicines

      PO4 Hospital pharmacy management

      PO5 Provide comprehensive knowledge of medications

      PO6 Provide recent trends on drugs / pharmaceuticals

      PO7 Entrepreneurship in pharmaceuticals and leadership

      PO8 Community pharmacy management

      PO9 Professional, ethical and legal practice on medicines

      PO10 Continuing professional development

      FACILITIES

      A Glimpse into Excellence: Step Inside Our Modern Pharmacy Facilities

      Central Instrumentation Laboratory

      Machine Room

      Smart Classes

      Seminar Hall

      AC Classrooms

      Herbal Garden

      Well Equipped Laboratory

      First Aid Room

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