Tracking Number: SIF/2017/100876
PHARMACY COUNCIL OF INDIA
Standard Inspection Format (S.I.F) for institutions conducting
D Pharm And B Pharm
(To be filled and submitted to PCI by an organization seeking approval of the course / continuation of the approval)
(SIF-C)
To be filled up by P.C.I To be filled up by inspectors
Inspection No. : Date of Inspection:
FILE No. NAME OF THE INSPECTORS: 1.
(IN BLOCK LETTERS)
                                            2.
PART-1
A-GENERAL INFORMATION

A - I.1
Name of the institution Nirmala College of Health Science
Complete postal address: Nutmeg Gardens,Meloor,Kunnappilly P.O. Chaalakkudy,Thrissur,Distt-680311(Kerala).
Telephone number with STD Code 0480  2737702
Fax No 04802737705
Email nirmalahealthscience@gmail.com
Year of establishment Diploma  2016  & Degree  2016
Status of the course conducting body Trust
(Enclose copy of Registration documents of Society/Trust)

A - I.2
Name of the Society/Trust/Management NIRMALA EDUCATIONAL TRUST
Address NIRMALA EDUCATIONAL TRUST NEAR PRIVATE BUS STAND CHALAKUDY 680307
Telephone Number with STD Code 0480  2737702
Fax No 04802737705
Email nirmalahealthscience@gmail.com
Website www.nirmalacollege.in
(Attach documentary evidence)

A - I.3
Name of the Person to be contacted by phone MR SAJEEV VATTOLY
Designation CHAIRMAN
Address NIRMALA EDUCATIONAL TRUST NEAR PRIVATE BUS STAND CHALAKUDY 680307
STD Code 0480
Telephone Number
Office 04802702983
Residence 2702983
Mobile 9447709093
Fax No 04802702983
Email sajeevvattoly@yahoo.co.in

A - I.4
Name of the Head of the Institution Dr K G REVIKUMAR
Address NIRMALA COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCE NUTMEG GARDENS,KUNNAPILLY P.O., MELOOR, THRISSUR DIST., INDIA 680311

A - I.5
FOR INSTITUTION SEEKING CONTINUATION OF APPROVAL
a. DETAILS OF AFFLIATION FEE PAID
Name of the Course Affiliation Fee Paid Upto Receipt No. Dated Remarks of the
Inspectors
D Pharm 2018-19 SIB DD 466710 23/08/2017
B Pharm 2018-19 SIB DD No 466709 22/08/2016

b. APPROVAL STATUS
Name of the Course Approved Upto Intake Approved and Admitted PCI State Govt University Remarks of the Inspectors
B Pharm 2016-2017 Approved Letter No & Date 32-1218/2016-PCI 04/07/2016 GO(MS)No.162/2015/H&FWD 24/07/2015 5311/AC.F/Pharm/Kuhs/2014 01/07/2016  
Approved Intake 60 60 60  
Actually Admitted 60 60 60  
D Pharm 2016-2017 Approved Letter No & Date 17-1159/2016-PCI 04/072016 GO(MS)No.162/2015/H&FWD 24/07/2015 B7/24123/2015/D.PHARM/Board/DME 18/09/2015  
Approved Intake 60 60 60  
Actually Admitted 60 60 60  

c. STATUS OF APPLICATION
Course Extension of
Approval
Increase in
Intake of Seates
Current Intake Proposed Intake
D Pharm Yes No 60 0
B Pharm Yes No 60 0
Note: Enclose relevant documents

A - I.6
Whether other educational institutions/courses are also being run by the trust/instiutuion in the same building/campus?
If yes, give status Yes

A - I.6 a
Status of the Pharmacy Course:
Independent Building Yes
Wing of Another College Yes
Separate Campus Yes
Multi Institutional Campus Yes

Examining Authority: Diploma Course Degree Course
Name with Complete Postal address, telephone No.
and STD Code.
The Chairman Board of D.Pharm. Examinations, Dte.of Medical Education, C o College of Pharm.Sciences, P.O.Medical College,Thiruvananthapuram– 695 011. The Registrar, Kerala University of Health Sciences, Thrissur

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

B - DETAILS OF THE INSTITUTION

B - I.1
Name of the Principal Dr K G Revikumar
Qualification / Experience Qualification Teaching Experience
Required
Actual experience Remarks of the
Inspectors
M. Pharm No 15 years, out of which 5
years as Prof. / HOD
37
PhD Yes 10 years, out of which at
least 05 years as Asst. Prof
* Documentary evidence should be provided

B - I.2
For institution seeking continuation of affliation
Course Date of last
Inspection
Remarks of the
Previous Inspection
Report
Complied/Not Complied Intake
reduced/Stopped in the
last 03 years*
D Pharm 23/06/2017 Yes No
B Pharm 23/06/2017 Yes No
* Enclose Documents

B - I.3
Status of Governing Council Trust
Details of the Governing Body Not Enclosed
Minutes of the last Governing council Meeting Not Enclosed

B - I.4
Pay Scales
Staff Scale of pay PF Gratuity Pension benefit Remarks of the Inspectors
Teaching Staff AICTE/UGC/State Govt. Yes No No No
Non-Teaching Staff State Government Yes No No No

B - I.5
D Pharm Course: Admission statement for the past three years
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
Sanctioned 0 60 60
No. of Admissions 0 47 0
Unfilled Seats 0 13 0
No of Excess Admission 0 0 0

B - I.6
Academic information: Percentage of D Pharm results for the past three years:
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
D Pharm 0 0 0

B - I.7
B Pharm Course: Admission statement for the past three year
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
Sanctioned 0 60 60
No. of Admissions 0 60 60
Unfilled Seats 0 0 0
No of Excess Admission 0 0 0

B - I.8
Academic information: Percentage of UG results for the past three years based on University Calender
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
1st Year 0 0 0
2nd Year 0 0 0
3rd Year 0 0 0
Final Year 0 0 0
Pass % (Final Year) 0 0 0

B - II
Co-Curricular Activities / Sports Activities
Whether college has NSS Unit Yes
If no give reasons
NSS Program Officer's Name ASWIN
Programme Conducted (mention details)
Whether students participating in University level cultural
activities/Co-curricular/Sports activities
No
Physical Instructor Available
Sports Ground Individual
Are you Associated with other Organization/Institution/
Trust/Society Running Pharmacy Course
Yes
Organization/Institution/Trust/Society Name
Complete Postal Address.
Telephone No.
Nature of Association

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors
C - FINANCIAL STATUS OF THE INSTITUTION
 
Audited financial Statement of Institute should be furnished
 
C .1 Resources and funding agencies (give complete list)
 
C .2 Please provide following Information
Receipts Expenditure Remarks of the Inspector
Sl. No. Particulars Amount Sl. No. Particulars Amount
1. Grants CAPITAL EXPENDITURE
a. Government 0.00
b. Others 0.00
2. Tuition Fee 85000.00 1. Building 40000000.00
3. Library Fee 0.00 2. Equipment 1000000.00
4. Sports Fee 0.00 3. Others 0.00
5. Union Fee 0.00 REVENUE EXPENDITURE
6. Others 40605.00 1. Salary 0.00
  2. Maintenance Expenditure
i. College 0.00
ii. Others 0.00
3. University Fee 1050000.00
4. Apex Bodies Fee 500000.00
5. Government Fee 1200000.00
6. Deposit held by the College 1500000.00
7. Others 0.00
8. Misc. Expenditure 0.00
Total 125605.00 Total 4250000.00
Note: Enclose relevant documents

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

PART- II PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
 
1. a. Availability of Land (D.Pharm/ B.Pharm courses) Available
 a) 2.5 acers District HQ/Corporation/Municipality limit
 b) 0.5 acre for City/Metros
b. Building Own
c. Land Details to be in the name of Trust and Society Enclosed
  i. Own Records to be enclosed
   Sale deed
d. Building Enclosed
(Approved Building plan, sale deed to be enclosed)
e. Total Built Area of the college building in sq. mts Built up Area 5886
Amenities and Circulation Area 3122

2. Class Rooms
Total Number of Class rooms provided for both D. Pharm and B. Pharm
Class Required Available Numbers Required Area * for each class room Available Area in Sq. mts Remarks of the Inspectors
D.Pharm 02 2 90 sq. mts each (Desirable) 99  
B.Pharm 04 2 90 sq. mts each (Desirable)
75 sq. mts each (Essential)
99  
[* To accomodate 60 students]

3. Laboratory requirement for both D. Pharm and B. Pharm
Sl.No.Infrastructure forRequirement As Per NormsAvailable No.Area in Sq. mts Remarks
1 Laboratory Area for B. Pharm Course90 Sq .mts x n (n=10) - Including Preparation room - Desirable 75 Sq. mts - Essential799
2 Laboratory area for D. Pharm Course90 Sq .mts x n (n=3) - Including Preparation room - Desirable 75 Sq. mts - Essential499
3 Pharmaceutics03 Laboratories199
4 Pharmaceutical Chemistry03 Laboratories299
5 Pharmaceutical Analysis01 Laboratory199
6 Pharmacology03 Laboratories199
7 Pharmacognosy02 Laboratories199
8 Pharmaceutical Biotechnology01 Laboratory199
9 Preparation Room10 sq mts (Minimum)725
10 Area of the Machine Room80-100 Sq.mts1100
11 Central Instrument Room80 Sq.mts with A/ C00
12 Store Room I1 (Area 100 Sq mts)132
13 Store Room II1 (Area 20 Sq mts)00
*No. of laboratories required for both D. Pharm and B. Pharm

The Institutes will not be permitted to run the courses in the rented building on or after 31.12.2008
1. All the Laboratories should be well lit & ventilated.
2. All Laboratories should be provided with basic amenities and services like exhaust fans and fuming chamber to reduce the pollution whenever necessary.
3. The workbenches should be smooth and easily cleanable prefebly made of non-absorbant material.
4. The water taps should be non-leaking and directly installed on skins Drainage should be efficient.
5. Balance room should be attached to the cocerned laboratories.

4. Administration Area
Sl. No. Name of Infrastructure Requirement as per Norms in number Requirements as per Norms (in Area) Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
1 Principal's Chamber 01 30 Sq. mts 1 50  
2 Office - I - Establishment 01 60 Sq. mts 1 165  
3 Office - II - Academics 1 80  
4 Confidential Room   1 80  

5. Staff Facilities
Sl. No. Name of Infrastructure Requirement as per Norms in number Requirements as per Norms (in Area) Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
1 HODs for B.Pharm course Minimum 4 20 Sq. mts x 4 4 20  
2 Faculty Rooms for D.Pharm & B.Pharm course   10 Sq. mts x n (n=No. of teachers) 1 78  

6. Meuseum, Library, Aniaml house and other Facilities
Sl. No. Name of Infrastructure Requirement as per Norms in number Requirements as per Norms (in Area) Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
1 Animal House 01 80 Sq. mts 1 75  
2 Library 01 150 Sq. mts 1 162  
3 Museum 01 50 Sq. mts (Maybe attached to the Pharmacognosy lab) 1 50  
4 Auditorium/ Multi Purpose Hall (Desirable) 01 250 - 300 seating capacity 1 500  
5 Herbal Garden (Desirable) 01 Adequate Number of Medical Plants 1 150  

7. Student Facilities
Sl. No. Name of Infrastructure Requirement as per Norms in number Requirements as per Norms (in Area) Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
1 Girls's Common Room (Essential) 01 60 Sq. mts 1 60  
2 Boy's Common Room (Essential) 01 60 Sq. mts 1 60  
3 Toilet Blocks for Girls 01 24 Sq. mts 1 36  
4 Toilet Blocks for Boys 01 24 Sq. mts 1 36  
5 Drinking Water facility - Water cooler (Essential) 01 -- 1 30  
6 Boy's Hostel (Desirable) 01 9 Sq. mts/Room Single occupancy 6 12000  
7 Girls's Hostel (Desirable) 01 9 Sq.mts/Room (Single occupancy) or 20 Sq.mts/Room (Triple occupancy) 10 20000  
8 Power Backup Provision (Desirable) 01 -- 1 90  

8. Computer and other Facilities
Name Required Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
Computer Room B.Pharm Course 01 (Area 75 Sq. mts) 1 96  
Computer (Latest Configuration) 1 syste, for every 10 students (UG & PG) 25 96  
Printers 1 Printer for every 10 computers 6 96  
Multi Media Projector 01 1 99  
Generator (5KVA) 01 1 63  

9. Amenities(Desirable)
Name Requirment as per Norms in area Available Not Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
Principal Quarters  80 Sq. Mtr.  1 64  
Staff Quarters 16 * 80 Sq mts 0 0  
Canteen 100 Sq mts 1 150  
Parking Area fro staff and students 0 0  
Bank Extension Counter 0 0
Cooperative Stores 0 0
Guest House 80 Sq mts 0 0
Auditorium 1 500
Seminar Hall 1 150
Transport Facility for students 2 0
Medical Fecilities(First Aid) 2 0

10.A. Library Books and Periodicals
The minimum norms for the initial stock of books yearly addition of the books and the number of journals to be subscribed are as given below:
Sl. No. Item Titles(No) Minimum Volums(No) Available Remarks of the Inspectors
Title  No. 
1 Number Of Books 150 1500 adequate coverage of a large number of standard text books and titles in all disciplines of pharmacy 341 1967
2 Annual Addition of Books 150 books per year 57 463
3 Periodicals Hard Copies/Online   10 National 05 International periodicals 16 16
4 CDS Adequate Nos 5 10
5 Internet Browsing Facilities Yes/No (Minimum ten Computers) Available
6 Reprographic Facilities:
PhotoCopier
Fax
Scanner
01
01
01
Available Available Available
7 Library Automation and Computrized System Available
8 Library timings 9am to 5pm

10.B.Subject wise Classification
Sl.No.SubjectAvailable TitlesAvailable NumbersRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Pharmaceutics 123164
2 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 11689
3 Pharmacognosy34230
4 Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology23206
5 Human Anatomy and Physiology32214
6 Health Education and Community Pharmacy650
7 Pharmaceutics II39213
8 Pharmaceutical Chemistry II64300
9 Pharmacology and Toxicology35190
10 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence746
11 Drug Store and Business Management210
12 Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy19104

10.C.Library Staff
Sl. No. Staff Qualification Required Available Remarks of the Inspectors 
1 Librarian M.Lib. 1 Available   
2 Assistant Librarian D.Lib. 1 Available   
3 Library Attenders 10+2 / PUC 2 Available   

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors
PART III ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS
Course Curriculum
1. Student Staff Ratio:
(Required ratio --- Theory -> 60:1 and Practicals -> 20:1)If more than 20 students in a batch 2 staff members to be present provided the lab is spacious.
Class Theory Practicles Remarks of the Inspectors
B. Pharm 60:1 20:1
D. Pharm 60:1 20:1

2. Scheme of B. Pharm Course: Annual

3. Date of Commencement of session/ sessions for B.Pharm: Commencement Completion
17/08/2017 30/05/2018

4. Vacation for B. Pharm: No of Days No of Days
Summer : 10 Winter : 10

5. Total No. of working days for B. Pharm : 180

6. Date of Commencement of session/ sessions for D.Pharm: Commencement Completion
01/10/2016 15/09/2017

7. Vacation for D. Pharm: No of Days No of Days
Summer : 10 Winter : 10

8. Total No. of working days for D. Pharm : 180

9. Time Table copy Enclosed:
a. B. Pharm Course Yes
b. D. Pharm Course Yes

10. Whether the prescribed numbers of classes are being conducted as per university norms for B. PHARM
B Pharm I
Subject
1
No of Theory Classes Practicals Remarks of the
Inspectors
Prescribed No of Hours
2
No of Hours Conducted
3
Prescribed No of Hours
4
No of Hours Conducted
5
No of Classes Conducted to fulfill Prescribed Number of Hours as in Column 5 No. of classes x hours per class
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY-I 45 8 45 8 8
PHARAMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS-I 45 8 45 8 8
PHARMACEUTICS-I 45 8 45 8 8
PHARMACEUTICAL INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 45 8 45 8 8
COMMUNICATION SKILLS 30 4 30 4 2

B Pharm II
Subject
1
No of Theory Classes Practicals Remarks of the
Inspectors
Prescribed No of Hours
2
No of Hours Conducted
3
Prescribed No of Hours
4
No of Hours Conducted
5
No of Classes Conducted to fulfill Prescribed Number of Hours as in Column 5 No. of classes x hours per class
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY - III 75 6 75 6 6
PHARMACEUTICAL ANALYSIS-I 50 4 100 6 4
PHARMACEUTICS-II 50 2 75 6 2
PATHO PHYSIOLOGY & HEALTH EDUCATION 50 2 0 0 2
MATHEMATICS, BIO-STATISTICS & COMPUTER APPLICATION 100 4 0 0 4
PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY 50 2 75 6 2
APPLIED BIO-CHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY 75 3 75 6 3

B Pharm III

B Pharm IV


11. Whether the prescribed numbers of classes are being conductud as per PCI norms for D.PHARM
I D.Pharm
Class/Subject Theory Practicals Remark of the Inspector
Prescribed No of Hours No of Hours Conducted Prescribed No of Hours No of Hours Conducted Prescribed No of Classes No of Classes Conducted with duration per class
Pharmaceutics -I 75 70 100 80 25 22
Pharmaceutics Chemistry -I 75 70 75 68 25 20
Pharmacognosy 75 70 75 68 25 20
Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology 50 46 75 70 25 20
Human Anatomy and Physiology 75 70 50 46 25 20
Health Education and Community Pharmacy 50 46 -- 0 -- 0

II D.Pharm
Class/Subject Theory Practicals Remark of the Inspector
Prescribed No of Hours No of Hours Conducted Prescribed No of Hours No of Hours Conducted Prescribed No of Classes No of Classes Conducted with duration per class
Pharmaceutics -II 75 0 100 0 25 0
Pharmaceutics Chemistry -II 100 0 75 0 25 0
Pharmacology and Toxicology 75 0 50 0 25 0
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 50 0 -- 0 -- 0
Drug Store and Business Management 75 0 -- 0 -- 0
Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy 75 0 50 0 25 0

12. Whether Tutorials are being conducted (if yes, as per university norms) Yes

13. Number of Guests Lecturers/Seminars/Work Shops/Symposia/Presentaions conducted during last year
Name of the Event 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
Guest Lectures 0 0 0
Seminars 0 1 0
Workshops 0 0 0
Symposia 0 0 0
B. Papers Presented/Published during last 3 years
  2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
National International National International National International
Published 0 0 0 0 0 0
Presented 0 0 0 0 0 0

14. Whether Internal Assessments are conducted periodically as per university/Board norms
B. PHARM
Class I Sessional Dates II Sessional Dates III Sessional Dates Remarks of the Inspectors
Theory Practicals Theory Practicals Theory Practicals
I B. Pharm 14/11/2016
21/11/2016
14/02/2017
20/02/2017
02/05/2017
24/04/2017  
II B. Pharm 06/11/2017 06/11/2017 05/02/2018
05/02/2018 14/05/2018 14/05/2018  
III B. Pharm -- -- -- -- -- --  
IV B. Pharm -- -- -- -- -- --  
D. PHARM
Class I Sessional Dates II Sessional Dates III Sessional Dates Remarks of the Inspectors
Theory Practicals Theory Practicals Theory Practicals
I D. Pharm 14/03/2017 14/03/2017 03/07/2017 03/07/2017 01/01/1900 01/01/1900  
II D. Pharm -- -- -- -- -- --  

15. Whether Evaluation of the internal assessments is Fair --
Class No of Candidates scored more than 80% No of Candidates scored 60% - 80% No of Candidates scored 50% - 60% No of Candidates scored less than 50% Remarks of the Inspectors
Theory Practicals Theory Practicals Theory Practicals Theory Practicals  
I B.Pharm 16.00 16.00 22.00 25.00 13.00 12.00 4.00 2.00  
II B.Pharm 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  
III B.Pharm 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  
IV B.Pharm 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  

16. Whether Evaluation of the internal assessments is Fair --
Class No of Candidates scored more than 80% No of Candidates scored 60% - 80% No of Candidates scored 50% - 60% No of Candidates scored less than 50% Remarks of the Inspectors
Theory Practicals Theory Practicals Theory Practicals Theory Practicals  
I D.Pharm 12.00 19.00 28.00 16.00 5.00 8.00 2.00 4.00  
II D.Pharm 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  

17. Work load of Faculty members for D. Pharm and B. Pharm
S.No.Name of FacultySubjects TaughtD. PharmB. PharmTotal Work LoadRemarks of the Inspectors
   TheoryPracticalTheoryPracticalTheoryPractical 
1 Dr. K G REVIKUMAR General Pharmacy Tutorial
Health Education Community Pharmacy
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
 
2 Dr. kalpana pravin rahate Pharmaceutical Analysis I
0
0
5
6
5
6
 
3 Dr. SALFATH M A HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
PHARMACOLOGY
0
3
0
6
3
0
6
0
3
3
6
6
 
4 Miss. ARCHA N P Pharmaceutical Analysis I
0
0
2
6
2
6
 
5 Mr. GIRISA CHANDRAN Pharmaceutics I
Pharmacognosy
0
2
0
0
2
0
3
0
2
2
3
0
 
6 Mr. PPJOHN Pharmacognosy
2
6
2
0
4
6
 
7 Mrs. ANSA C RAJU Pharmaceutics II
0
0
2
6
2
6
 
8 Mrs. ARYAPS Applied Biochemistry Molecular Biology
Pathophysiology Health Education
0
0
0
0
3
2
3
0
3
2
3
0
 
9 Mrs. CHITHRAKM Pharmaceutics I
Pharmaceutics III
0
0
0
0
2
2
3
6
2
2
3
6
 
10 Mrs. MANJU R APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRYI
0
0
0
0
3
3
9
9
3
3
9
9
 
11 Mrs. RACHANA VIJAYA GOPAL PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY II
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY III
0
0
0
0
3
6
9
18
3
6
9
18
 
12 Mrs. SARITHA P M Communication skills
Health Education Community Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics I
0
3
2
0
0
6
2
0
0
2
0
0
2
3
2
2
0
6
 

18. Work load of Faculty members for B. Pharm
S.No.Name of FacultySubjects TaughtB. PharmTotal Work LoadRemarks of the Inspectors
IIIIIIIV
   ThPrThPrThPrThPr  
1 Dr. K G REVIKUMAR General Pharmacy Tutorial
Health Education Community Pharmacy
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
 
2 Dr. kalpana pravin rahate Pharmaceutical Analysis I
2
3
3
3
0
0
0
0
11
 
3 Dr. SALFATH M A HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
PHARMACOLOGY
3
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
 
4 Miss. ARCHA N P Pharmaceutical Analysis I
2
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
 
5 Mr. GIRISA CHANDRAN Pharmaceutics I
Pharmacognosy
2
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
 
6 Mr. PPJOHN Pharmacognosy
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
 
7 Mrs. ANSA C RAJU Pharmaceutics II
0
0
2
6
0
0
0
0
8
 
8 Mrs. ARYAPS Applied Biochemistry Molecular Biology
Pathophysiology Health Education
0
0
0
0
3
2
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
2
 
9 Mrs. CHITHRAKM Pharmaceutics I
Pharmaceutics III
2
0
3
0
0
2
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
8
 
10 Mrs. MANJU R APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRYI
0
3
0
9
3
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
12
 
11 Mrs. RACHANA VIJAYA GOPAL PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY II
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY III
3
0
9
0
0
3
0
9
0
3
0
9
0
0
0
0
12
24
 
12 Mrs. SARITHA P M Communication skills
Health Education Community Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics I
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
 

19. Work load of Faculty members for D. Pharm
S.No.Name of FacultySubjects TaughtD. PharmTotal Work LoadRemarks of the Inspectors
I D. PhII D. Ph
   ThPrThPr  
1 Dr. K G REVIKUMAR General Pharmacy Tutorial
Health Education Community Pharmacy
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
 
2 Dr. kalpana pravin rahate Pharmaceutical Analysis I
0
0
0
0
0
 
3 Dr. SALFATH M A HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
PHARMACOLOGY
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
6
0
9
 
4 Miss. ARCHA N P Pharmaceutical Analysis I
0
0
0
0
0
 
5 Mr. GIRISA CHANDRAN Pharmaceutics I
Pharmacognosy
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
 
6 Mr. PPJOHN Pharmacognosy
2
6
0
0
8
 
7 Mrs. ANSA C RAJU Pharmaceutics II
0
0
0
0
0
 
8 Mrs. ARYAPS Applied Biochemistry Molecular Biology
Pathophysiology Health Education
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
 
9 Mrs. CHITHRAKM Pharmaceutics I
Pharmaceutics III
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
 
10 Mrs. MANJU R APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRYI
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
 
11 Mrs. RACHANA VIJAYA GOPAL PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY II
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY III
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
 
12 Mrs. SARITHA P M Communication skills
Health Education Community Pharmacy
Pharmaceutics I
0
3
2
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
8
 

20. Percentage of students qualified in GATE in the last Three Years
Details Year :  2015-2016 Year :  2016-2017 Year :  2017-2018
No of Students Appeared  -- -- --
No of Student Qualified -- -- --
Percentage -- -- --

21. Whether the Institution has an Industry - Institution interaction Cell:  --
If applicable please give the details for the previous Year
Events Details For thr previous Year
No of Industrial Visits --
Insdustrials Tour --
Industrial Training --
No of resourse persons from the Industry for Guest Lectures --
No. of collaboration projects with Industry --

22. Percentage of students placed through the college placement cell in the last Three Years
Details Year :  2015-2016 Year :  2016-2017 Year :  2017-2018
No of Students Appeared for campus interview -- -- --
% Placed -- -- --

23. Whether Professional Society Activities are Conducted (Enclose Details) (ISTE, IPA, APTI, ICTA and Related Societies) Yes

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

PART IV - PERSONNEL
TEACHING STAFF
1. Details of Teaching Faculty for D. Pharm and B. Pharm Course to be enclosed in the format mentioned below:
S.No.NameDesignationQualificationDate of JoiningTeaching Experience (In Years)State Pharmacy Coun. Reg No.Signature of FacultyRemarks of Inspector
1 RACHANA VIJAYA GOPALAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 1.241447  
2 MANJU RAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 6.534287  
3 SALFATH M AAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 1.541113  
4 ANSA C RAJUAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 4.936570  
5 kalpana pravin rahateProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, PHD, 31/07/20170.2 + 20.331457  
6 PPJOHNAssociate ProfessorM Pharm, B Pharm, 28/09/20161.0 + 10.037933  
2. Details of Teaching Faculty for B. Pharm Course to be enclosed in the format mentioned below:
S.No.NameDesignationQualificationDate of JoiningTeaching Experience (In Years)State Pharmacy Coun. Reg No.Signature of FacultyRemarks of Inspector
1 RACHANA VIJAYA GOPALAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 1.241447  
2 MANJU RAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 6.534287  
3 SALFATH M AAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 1.541113  
4 ANSA C RAJUAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 + 4.936570  
5 kalpana pravin rahateProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, PHD, 31/07/20170.2 + 20.331457  
6 PPJOHNAssociate ProfessorM Pharm, B Pharm, 28/09/20161.0 + 10.037933  

3. Details of Teaching Faculty for D. Pharm Course to be enclosed in the format mentioned below:
S.No.NameDesignationQualificationDate of JoiningTeaching ExperienceState Pharmacy Council Reg No.Signature of the FacultyRemarks of the Inspectors
     After UG In YearsAfter PG In Years   
1 SALFATH M AAsstt. ProfessorB Pharm, M Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20161.2 1.541113  

4. Qualification and Number of Staff Members
Qualification
B Pharm M Pharm PhD Others
12 10 1 1 Part Time

5. Staff Pattern for B. Pharm courses department wise: Professor: Asst. Professor: Lecturer
Department / Division Name of the post For strength of 60 students Provided by the institution Remarks of the Inspectors of inspection team
Department of Pharmaceutics
Professor
Asst. Professor
Lecturer
1
1
4
0
3
0
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry (including Pharmaceutical Analysis)
Professor
Asst. Professor
Lecturer
1
1
4
0
2
0
Department of Pharmacology
Professor
Asst. Professor
Lecturer
1
1
3
0
1
0
Department of Pharmacognosy
Professor
Asst. Professor
Lecturer
1
1
2
1
0
0

6. Teaching Staff required year wise exclusively for B. Pharm for intake of 60 Students.
  No. of staff required for I B. Pharm Available No. of staff required for II B. Pharm Available No. of staff required for III B. Pharm Available No. of staff required for IV B. Pharm Available
Principal 1 1 1 1
Pharmaceutical
Chemistry
1 2 2 2 3 0 4 0
Pharmaceutical Analysis 1 1 -- 0 -- 0 1 0
Pharmacology 1 1 2 0 3 0 4 0
Pharmacognosy 1 2 3 3
Pharmaceutics 1 1 2 0 3 0 4 0
Total 6 9 13 17
Part Time teaching staff 3 -- -- --
Remarks of the Inspection Team
*Part time teaching staff for Mathematics, Biology and Computer Science should be apponted.
7. Selection criteria and Recruitment Procedure for Faculty
a. Whether Recruitment Commitee has been formed
b. Whether Advertisement for vacancy is notified in the Newspapers
c. Whether Demonstration Lecture has been conducted
d. Whether opinion of Recruitment Committee Recorded

8. Details of Faculty Retention for:
Name of Faculty Member Period Percentage
Duration of 15 year and above
Duration of 10 year and above
Duration of 5 year and above
Less than 5 years

9. Details of Faculty Turnover
Name of Faculty Member Period More than 50% 50% 25% Less than 25%
% of faculty retained in last 3 yrs

10. Number of Non-teaching staff available for D. Pharm and B. Pharm course for intake of 60 students:
Sl No. Designation Required Number Required Qualification
Available
Number Qualification
Remarks of the Inspectors
1 Laboratory technician 1 for each Dept D. Pharm
0
2 Labortory Assistants/ Attenders 1 for each Lab (minimum) SSLC
4 D PHARM B Sc
3 Office Superintendent 1 Degree
0
4 Accountant 1 Degree
0
5 Store keeper 1 D. Pharm/ Degree
0
6 Computer Data Operator 1 BCA / Graduate with Computer Course
1 B Sc
7 First Division Assistant 1 Degree
1 GNM
8 Second Division Assistant 2 Degree
0
9 Peon 2 SSLC
0
10 Cleaning personnel Adequate ---
2 SSLC
11 Gardener Adequate ---
1 SSLC

11. Scale of pay for Teaching faculty (to be enclosed):
S.No.NameQualificationDesignationBasic PayD.P.DAHRACCA & Additional PayOther AllowancesDeductionsBank A/C NoPAN NoEPF A/C NoTotalSignature
          PTTDSEPF     
1 MANJU RB Pharm, M Pharm, Asstt. Professor2500000000000 AXUPR4067K 25000 
2 SALFATH M AB Pharm, M Pharm, M Pharm, Asstt. Professor1800000000000 EMVPS7957F 18000 
3 SARITHA P MB Pharm, Asstt. Professor000000000 DJKPM0081D 18000 
4 RACHANA VIJAYA GOPALB Pharm, M Pharm, Asstt. Professor1800000000000 BGMPG6696R 18000 
5 ANSA C RAJUB Pharm, M Pharm, Asstt. Professor2500000000000 AWJPA1798A 25000 
6 GIRISA CHANDRANB Pharm, Professor4000000000000 ADUPR0508B 40000 
7 K G REVIKUMARB Pharm, Principal/Director10000000000000 AFXPG6665D 100000 
8 kalpana pravin rahateB Pharm, M Pharm, PHD, Professor5500000000000 AFXPR9215A 55000 
9 ARCHA N PM Pharm, B Pharm, Asstt. Professor180000000000000BXPPA1153D0018000 
10 PPJOHNM Pharm, B Pharm, Associate Professor230000050001000100000000AIOPJ6970C0030000 
11 ARYAPSB Pharm, D Pharm, M Pharm, Asstt. Professor150000020000100000000ATOPA5221G0018000 
12 CHITHRAKMB Pharm, M Pharm, Asstt. Professor150000010000100000000AZTPC7155N0017000 

12. Whether facilities for Research / Higher studies are provided to the faculty?
(Inspectors to verify documents pertaining to the above)
13. Whether faculty members are allowed to attend workshops and seminars?
(Inspectors to verify documents pertaining to the above)
14. Scope for the promotion for faculty: Promotions
15. Gratuity Provided
  16. Details of Non-teaching staff members (list to be enclosed)
NameDesignationQualificationDate of JoiningExperienceSignatureRemarks of the Inspectors
E A JOY Administrative Officer B Com BL 01/06/2016 38   
SALI DAVIS First Division Assistant GNM 01/03/2016 2   
SUMI M S Labortory Assistants D PHARM B Sc 01/08/2016 6   
SARITHA K K Labortory Assistants MLT D PHARM 01/08/2016 10   
SARITHA JEEMOL Cleaning personnel SSLC 01/06/2016 6   
LISSY THOMAS Cleaning personnel SSLC 01/08/2016 6   
JOHNY Gardener SSLC 01/06/2016 8   
ANUPAMA Librarian M Lib 01/06/2016 6   
SEENA JOSEPH Labortory Assistants BPHARM 15/06/2017 3   
SUMIMOL THOMAS Labortory Assistants BPHARM 17/10/2016 5   
DHILMY STANLY Computer Data Operator B Sc 23/08/2017 0   
       
17. Whether Supporting Staff (Technical and Administrative) are encouraged for skill up gradation programs.

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

PART V - DOCUMENTATION
Records Maintained (Essential)
Sl. No. Records Yes/No Remarks of the Inspectors
1 Admission Registers Yes  
2 Individual Service Register Yes  
3 Staff Attendance Registers Yes  
4 Sessional Marks Register Yes  
5 Final Marks Register Yes  
6 Student Attendance Registers Yes  
7 Minutes of meetings-Teaching Staff Yes  
8 Fee Paid Registers Yes  
9 Acquittance Registers Yes  
10 Accession Register for books and Journals in Library Yes  
11 Log Book for chemicals and Equipment costing more thanRupees one lakh Yes  
12 Job Cards for laboratories Yes  
13 Standrad operating Procedures (SOP's) for Equipment Yes  
14 Laboratory Manuals Yes  
15 Stock Register for Equipment Yes  
16 Animal House Records as per CPCSEA No  

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

PART - VI
Financial Resource Allocation and Utilization for the past Three years
(Audited Accounts for previous year to be enclosed)
Expenditure in Rs.
2015-2016
Expenditure in Rs.
2016-2017
Expenditure in Rs.
2017-2018
Remarks of the Inspectors*
Total budget sanctioned Recurring Non Recurring
Total budget sanctioned Recurring Non Recurring
Total budget sanctioned Recurring Non Recurring
 
0 0 0
800000 0 669000
900000 0 720000
 
*Last three years including this academic year till the date of inspection

Total amount spent on Chemical, Glassware, Equipments, Books and Journals for the past Three Years
Expenditure in Rs.
2015-2016
Total budget allocated Sanctioned Incurred
Expenditure in Rs.
2016-2017
Total budget allocated Sanctioned Incurred
Expenditure in Rs.
2017-2018
Total budget allocated Sanctioned Incurred
Remarks of the Inspectors*
Chemicals 0 0
Chemicals 200000 118000
Chemicals 350000 150000
 
Glassware 0 0
Glassware 0 0
Glassware 150000 50000
 
Equipment 0 0
Equipment 200000 100000
Equipment 200000 100000
 
Books 0 0
Books 250000 100000
Books 150000 100000
 
Journals 0 0
Journals 19000 18000
Journals 50000 30000
 


Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

PART VII – EQUIPMENT AND APPARATUS
Note: Inspectors are requested to note that items which are marked with an asterisk (*) are common for both B.Pharm and D. Pharm.
1 . Department wise List of Minimum equipments required for D Pharm
Pharmaceutics
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Continuous Hot Extraction Equipment55Yes 
2 Conical Percolator55Yes 
3 Tincture Press11Yes 
4 Hand Grinding Mill11Yes 
5 Disintegrator11Yes 
6 Ball mill11Yes 
7 Hand operated Tablet machine11Yes 
8 Tablet Coating Pan unit with hot air blower laboratory size11Yes 
9 Polishing pan laboratory size11Yes 
10 Monsanto’s hardness tester11Yes 
11 Pfizer type hardness tester11Yes 
12 Tablet disintegration test apparatus IP11Yes 
13 Tablet dissolution test apparatus IP11Yes 
14 Granulating sieve set1010Yes 
15 Tablet counter – small size55Yes 
16 Friability tester11Yes 
17 Collapsible tube – Filling and sealing equipment11Yes 
18 Capsule filling machine – Lab size11Yes 
19 Digital balance11Yes 
20 Distillation unit for distilled water22Yes 
21 Deionisation unit11Yes 
22 Glass distillation unit for water for injection11Yes 
23 Ampoule washing machine11Yes 
24 Ampoule filling and sealing machine11Yes 
25 Sintered glass filters for bacteria proof filtration (four different grades)01Yes 
26 Millipore filter ( 3 grades)01Yes 
27 Autoclave11Yes 
28 Hot air sterilizer11Yes 
29 Incubator11Yes 
30 Aseptic cabinet11Yes 
31 Ampoule clarity test equipment11Yes 
32 Blender11Yes 
33 Sieves set (Pharmacopoeial standard)22Yes 
34 Lab Centrifuge11Yes 
35 Ointment slab010Yes 
36 Ointment spatula010Yes 
37 Pestle and mortar porcelain040Yes 
38 Pestle and mortar glass040Yes 
39 Suppository moulds of three sizes01Yes 
40 Refrigerator11Yes 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Refractometer11Yes 
2 Polarimeter11Yes 
3 Photoelectric colorimeter11Yes 
4 Ph meter11Yes 
5 Atomic model set21Yes 
6 Electronic balance11Yes 
7 Periodic table chart01Yes 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.

Physiology & Pharmacology Laboratory
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Haemoglobinometer2020Yes 
2 Haemocytometer1010Yes 
3 Student’s organ bath11Yes 
4 Sherington’s rotating drum11Yes 
5 Frog board010Yes 
6 Tray (dissecting)06Yes 
7 Frontal writing lever010Yes 
8 Aeration tube07Yes 
9 Telethermometer11Yes 
10 Pole climbing apparatus11Yes 
11 Histamine chamber11Yes 
12 Simple lever010Yes 
13 Sterling heart lever010Yes 
14 Aerator09Yes 
15 Histological Slides059Yes 
16 Sphygmomanometer (B.P. apparatus)55Yes 
17 Stethoscope55Yes 
18 First aid equipment01Yes 
19 Contraceptive device00No 
20 Dissecting (surgical) instruments00No 
21 Balance for weighing small Animals11Yes 
22 Kymograph paper05Yes 
23 Actophotometer11Yes 
24 Analgesiometer11Yes 
25 Thermometer010Yes 
26 Plastic animal cage05Yes 
27 Double unit organ bath with thermostat11Yes 
28 Refrigerator11Yes 
29 Digital balance11Yes 
30 Charts015Yes 
31 Human skeleton11Yes 
32 Anatomical specimen (Heart, brain, eye,,ear,,reproductive system etc.,)01Yes 
33 Electro-convulsiometer11Yes 
34 Stop watch020Yes 
35 Clamp, boss heads, screw clips00No 
36 Syme’s Cannula00No 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.

Pharmacognosy Laboratory
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Projection Microscope10No 
2 Charts (different types)05Yes 
3 Models (different types)00Yes 
4 Permanent Slides00Yes 
5 Slides and Cover Slips010Yes 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.

Pharmacy Practice Laboratory
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Colorimeter2 No 
2 Microscope0 No 
3 Permanent slides (skin, kidney, pancreas, smooth muscle, liver etc.,)0 No 
4 Watch glass0 No 
5 Centrifuge1 No 
6 Biochemical reagents for analysis of normal and pathological constituents in urine and blood facilities0 No 
7 Filtration equipment2 No 
8 Filling Machine1 No 
9 Sealing Machine1 No 
10 Autoclave sterilizer1 No 
11 Membrane filter0 No 
12 Sintered glass funnel with complete filtering assemble0 No 
13 Small disposable membrane filter for IV admixture filtration0 No 
14 Laminar air flow bench1 No 
15 Vacuum pump1 No 
16 Oven1 No 
17 Surgical dressing0 No 
18 Incubator1 No 
19 PH meter1 No 
20 Disintegration test apparatus1 No 
21 Hardness tester1 No 
22 Centrifuge1 No 
23 Magnetic stirrer1 No 
24 Thermostatic bath1 No 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.


2 . Department wise List of Minimum equipments required for B Pharm
Department of Pharmacology
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Microscopes1518Yes 
2 Haemocytometer with Micropipettes2015Yes 
3 Sahli’s haemocytometer200No 
4 Hutchinson’s spirometer10No 
5 Spygmomanometer55Yes 
6 Stethoscope55Yes 
7 Permanent Slides for various tissues018Yes 
8 Models for various organs05Yes 
9 Specimen for various organs and systems00No 
10 Skeleton and bones01Yes 
11 Different Contraceptive Devices and Models00No 
12 Muscle electrodes10No 
13 Lucas moist chamber10No 
14 Myographic lever10No 
15 Stimulator10No 
16 Centrifuge10No 
17 Electronic Balance11Yes 
18 Physical /Chemical Balance11Yes 
19 Sherrington’s Kymograph Machine / Polyrite101Yes 
20 Sherrington Drum101Yes 
21 Perspex bath assembly (single unit)101Yes 
22 Aerators109Yes 
23 Computer with LCD11Yes 
24 Software packages for experiment11Yes 
25 Standard graphs of various drugs010Yes 
26 Actophotometer10No 
27 Rotarod10No 
28 Pole climbing apparatus11Yes 
29 Analgesiometer (Eddy’s hot plate and radiant heat methods)11Yes 
30 Convulsiometer11Yes 
31 Plethysmograph10No 
32 Digital pH meter10No 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.
Appratus:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Folin-Wu tubes600No 
2 Dissection Tray and Boards1010Yes 
3 Haemostatic artery forceps100No 
4 Hypodermic syringes and needles of size 15,24,26G100No 
5 Levers, cannulae2030Yes 

Department of Pharmacognosy
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Microscope with stage micrometer1520Yes 
2 Digital Balance21Yes 
3 Autoclave21Yes 
4 Hot air oven21Yes 
5 B.O.D.incubator10No 
6 Refrigerator11Yes 
7 Laminar air flow11Yes 
8 Colony counter20No 
9 Zone reader10No 
10 Digital pH meter11Yes 
11 Microscope with stage and oil immersion objective2020Yes 
12 Sterility testing unit10No 
13 Camera Lucida1515No 
14 Eye piece micrometer151No 
15 Stage micrometer2010No 
16 Incinerator11No 
17 Moisture balance10No 
18 Heating mantle152Yes 
19 Flourimeter10No 
20 Vacuum pump20No 
21 Micropipettes (Single and multi channeled)20No 
22 Micro Centrifuge10No 
23 Projection Microscope11Yes 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.
Appratus:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Reflux flask with condenser2020Yes 
2 Water bath2020Yes 
3 Clavengers apparatus108Yes 
4 Soxhlet apparatus105Yes 
5 TLC chamber and sprayer105Yes 
6 Distillation unit11No 

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Hot plates52Yes 
2 Oven33Yes 
3 Refrigerator11Yes 
4 Analytical Balances for demonstration55Yes 
5 Digital balance 10mg sensitivity101Yes 
6 Suction pumps62No 
7 Muffle Furnace11Yes 
8 Mechanical Stirrers102Yes 
9 Magnetic Stirrers with Thermostat102Yes 
10 Vacuum Pump10No 
11 Digital pH meter11Yes 
12 Microwave Oven10No 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.
Appratus:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Distillation Unit22Yes 
2 Reflux flask and condenser single necked2020Yes 
3 Reflux flask and condenser double / triple necked2010Yes 
4 Burettes4020Yes 
5 Arsenic Limit Test Apparatus205No 
6 Nesslers Cylinders4030Yes 

Department of Pharmaceutics
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Homogenizer51Yes 
2 Digital balance (10 mg sensitivity)51Yes 
3 Microscopes51Yes 
4 Stage and eye piece micrometers51Yes 
5 Brookfield’s viscometer10No 
6 Ball mill11Yes 
7 Sieve shaker with sieve set10No 
8 Double cone blender11Yes 
9 Propeller type mechanical agitator51Yes 
10 Autoclave11Yes 
11 Steam distillation still11Yes 
12 Vacuum Pump11Yes 
13 Standard sieves, sieve no. 8, 10, 12,22,24, 44, 66, 80021Yes 
14 Tablet punching machine11Yes 
15 Capsule filling machine11Yes 
16 Ampoule washing machine11Yes 
17 Ampoule filling and sealing machine11Yes 
18 Tablet disintegration test apparatus IP11Yes 
19 Tablet dissolution test apparatus IP11Yes 
20 Monsanto’s hardness tester11Yes 
21 Pfizer type hardness tester11Yes 
22 Friability test apparatus11Yes 
23 Clarity test apparatus11Yes 
24 Ointment filling machine11Yes 
25 Collapsible Tube Crimping Machine11Yes 
26 Tablet coating pan11Yes 
27 Magnetic stirrer, 500ml and 1 liter capacity, with variable speed control.103Yes 
28 Digital pH meter21Yes 
29 All purpose equipment with all accessories10No 
30 Aseptic Cabinet11Yes 
31 BOD Incubator21Yes 
32 Bottle washing Machine10No 
33 Bottle Sealing Machine10No 
34 Bulk Density Apparatus20No 
35 Conical Percolator (glass/ copper/ stainless steel)102Yes 
36 Capsule Counter21Yes 
37 Energy meter20No 
38 Hot Plate21Yes 
39 Humidity Control Oven11Yes 
40 Liquid Filling Machine10No 
41 Mechanical stirrer with speed regulator22Yes 
42 Precision Melting point Apparatus11Yes 
43 Tray Drier11Yes 
44 Distillation Unit11Yes 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.
Appratus:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Ostwald’s viscometer1510Yes 
2 Stalagmometer1510Yes 
3 Desiccator52Yes 
4 Suppository moulds2010Yes 
5 Buchner Funnels Small, medium, large00No 
6 Filtration assembly10No 
7 Permeability Cups50No 
8 Andreason’s Pipette30No 
9 Lipstick moulds100No 

Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Orbital shaker incubator1 No 
2 Lyophilizer (Desirable)1 No 
3 Gel Electrophoresis (Vertical and Horizontal)1 No 
4 Phase contrast/Trinocular Microscope1 No 
5 Refrigerated Centrifuge1 No 
6 Fermenters of different capacity (Desirable)1 No 
7 Tissue culture station1 No 
8 Laminar airflow unit1 No 
9 Diagnostic kits to identify infectious agents1 No 
10 Rheometer1 No 
11 Viscometer1 No 
12 Micropipettes (single and multi channeled)0 No 
13 Sonicator1 No 
14 Respinometer1 No 
15 BOD Incubator1 No 
16 Paper Electrophoresis Unit1 No 
17 Micro Centrifuge1 No 
18 Incubator water bath1 No 
19 Autoclave1 No 
20 Refrigerator1 No 
21 Filtration Assembly1 No 
22 Digital pH meter1 No 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.

Central Instrumentation Room
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Colorimeter11Yes 
2 Digital pH meter11Yes 
3 UV- Visible Spectrophotometer10No 
4 Flourimeter10No 
5 Digital Balance (1mg sensitivity)11Yes 
6 Nephelo Turbidity meter10No 
7 Flame Photometer10No 
8 Potentiometer11Yes 
9 Conductivity meter10No 
10 Fourier Transform Infra Red Spectrometer (Desirable)10No 
11 HPLC10No 
12 HPTLC (Desirable)10No 
13 Atomic Absorption and Emission spectrophotometer (Desirable)10No 
14 Biochemistry Analyzer (Desirable)10No 
15 Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen Analyzer (Desirable)10No 
16 Deep Freezer (Desirable)10No 
17 Ion- Exchanger10No 
18 Lyophilizer (Desirable)10No 

NOTE: Adequate number of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and department.


Observations of the Inspectors:
Compliance of the last recommendations by Inspectors





Specific obserations if not compiled







Signature of Inspectors:

1.
2.

Note:
1. The Inspection Team is instructed to physically verify the details and records filled up by the
         college in the application form submitted by the college, which is with you now and record the
         observations, opinions and recommendations in clear and explicit terms.
2. The team is requested to record their comments only after physical verification of records and
         details.

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors