Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy was established in 2005 with the aim to provide quality education at degree and postgraduate level in pharmacy and to prepare youth to meet the challenges in the area of pharmaceutical research & development. The institute is also well known for nurturing of students by co-curricular and extra-curricular activities like industrial visits and training, seminars, workshops, conferences, expert lectures, communication skills, placements and many more.The future pharmacists will be required to function, communicate and work effectively in multidisciplinary teams. The Institute of Pharmacy was established with view to promote excellence in Pharmaceutical education and to prepare generation next to meet the challenges in the area of pharmaceutical industries, education, research and development as well as marketing. Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy is poised to face global challenges of pharmaceutical industries and education with the changed perspectives. It has modern, well designed and very well equipped laboratories in addition to the spacious and ICT enabled classrooms and seminar hall. The laboratories house advanced instruments to facilitate the research work which include microwave synthesizer, Fourier Transform Infra-red spectrophotometer, IR microscope, UV near IR spectrophotometer, Rotary Vacuum Evaporator, HPLC etc.  The institute also boasts of a state of art Animal House and Herbal Garden with useful medicinal plant species.

The college is approved by the All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi, recognized by the Government of Gujarat and affiliated to Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad and the college is also approved by pharmacy council of India New Delhi.

Mission:

Educational philosophy of H.D.H. Hariprasad Swamiji whose love, warmth and blessings personified Yogidham Gurukul, a 21st Century educational commune that is guided by the timeless educational philosophy of His Divine Holiness.

He says,

  • “Youth are neither careless nor useless. They are actually cared-less & used-less. They need caring and proper guidance.”
  • “His practical spirituality encompasses all facets of life, giving them new meaning and effective direction. Spirituality that can be applied to practical life is the true and immediate requirement in today’s world.
  • “True knowledge, freedom and awareness are very significant in human life.”

He says,

these virtues can be achieved with sincerity, regularity, discipline and duty. Bliss is innate in nature. One has to re-discover it from within. Thus spirituality and education must always go hand-in-hand.

Mission Statement Targeted…..:

  • A humble effort to redefine love and spirituality in the hearts of youth with the Master’s Touch.
  • Endeavoring to meet the growing and diverse educational needs of the community.
  • Providing innovative learning opportunities.
  • Inculcating values, culture, morality and spirituality.
  • Enabling productive careers for one and all.
  • Developing a Centre of excellence.

Vision:

Shaping a better future for mankind by developing effective and socially responsible individuals and organizations.

Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy emphasizes on all round development of its students. It aims at not only producing good professionals, but also good and worthy citizens of a great country aiding in its overall progress and development.

It endeavors to treat every student as an individual, to recognize their potential and to ensure that they receive the best preparation and training for achieving their career ambitions and life goals.

Values:

The attainment of knowledge is of the highest value; it is the light, the guide in learning the ways of life which lead from falsity to truth, from ignorance to wisdom, from mortality to immortality. Since the dawn of culture and civilization in India education, whether it is primary or higher, has always been the source for gradually cultivating wisdom. Current socio-economic forces of Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization have created a global society where the ancient values have been thrown into the winds. However the general degradation of values has led only to personal discontent and heap of social-economic problems. Hence people across the globe are looking towards the system of education to infuse human values among the students so that the world remains as a place of peace, security and prosperity

  • Pharmacy Knowledge
  • Thinking abilities
  • Planning abilities
  • Leadership skills
  • Professional Identity
  • The pharmacist and society
  • Environment & sustainability
  • Ethics
  • Communication
  • Modern tool usage
  • Life-Long Learning

On completion of the B. Pharm. program, a student will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the basic pharmaceutical sciences and the ability to acquire, manage and use current information for problem solving.
  • Describe the synthesis, formulation, analysis and pharmacological aspects of drugs and pharmaceuticals.
  • Identify the rules and regulations involved in the drug discovery and development, manufacture, distribution and sale of medicines.
  • Observe record, analyze, criticize, organize, improvise and manage documents, data and information related to pharmaceutical products and practices.
  • Develop problem-based learning approach and analytical thinking in his/her academic and professional life.
  • Demonstrate the ability to plan and implement professional activities.
  • Act efficiently as a leader in the diverse areas of the profession.
  • Write, interpret and communicate effectively and scientifically.
  • Apply the knowledge and skills gained through education to gain recognition in professional circle and society.
  • Partnering with other health care communities to provide innovative solutions.
  • Create awareness in society about the effective and safe use of medicines.
  • Demonstrate eco-friendly products and processes to maintain public health.
  • Imbibe ethical practices and moral values in personal and professional endeavors.
  • Tackle future challenges through lifelong learning.

A career in the pharmaceutical sciences is full of opportunities. Mentioned below are some of the options a pharmacy professional can venture into:

R & D: The pharmacy industry is one such industry that thrives on research and development. For this option, B. Pharm and M. Pharms are highly in demand for research of new drugs, process development, formulation, development, clinical trials and Toxicological Studies.

Analysis and Testing: Analysis and testing go hand in hand with this industry specially in order to maintain a proper Quality control (QC) and Quality Assurance (QA). For the same highly skilled staff is required by companies to handle sensitive analytical dealings and sophisticated equipment.

Production and Manufacturing: the options of working in production and manufacturing are huge. One can start his/ her own venture or work for someone. Professionals for production and manufacturing are not only required by biotechnological products, surgical dressings, medical devices, equipment, ayurvedic/ homeopathic / unani medicines, veterinary medicine, etc are also the requirement for the production of cosmetics, soaps, toiletries and dental products.

Marketing: The Pharmaceuticals sales and marketing is considered to be a highly technical arena and hence one of the best when it comes to perks.

Hospitals: Although it might be a trend of the US or Canada, but it is one that seem to be setting in India as well. The pharmacists in the hospitals are the best informed individuals for prescribing a drug.  Mostly in western countries, the diagnosis is made by the Doctors but the pharmacists decide the medicines and their dosage. Therefore, Pharmacy graduates have important role and can earn attractive remuneration and can occupy strategic positions.

Regulatory Bodies: There are bodies that control and regulate medicines. FDA is the regulatory body that deals with governing and implementing the rules and regulations for the Drug and Pharmaceutical industry. The post of Drug Inspector, Asst. Drug Controller, Deputy Drug Controller, Drug Controller of state and finally D.C. I. (Drug Controller of India) is an option one can aspire for.

 

Sr. Name of Faculty Designation Educational Qualification Specialization Photograph
Dr. Vimal Kumar Principal M. Pharm. Ph.D. Pharmacognosy
Dr. Biswajit S. Basu Asso Prof M. Pharm. Ph.D. Pharmaceutics
Mr. Falgun G. Dhabaliya Asst Pro M. Pharm Pharmacognosy
Mr. Kuldeep B. Mehta Asso Prof M. Pharm. Pharmaceutics
Mr. Arabinda B. Nayak Asso Prof M. Pharm. Pharmacology
Mr. Parag A. Rabara Asso Prof M. Pharm. Chemistry
Ms. Mital N. Manvar Asst Prof M. Pharm. Pharmacognosy
Dr. Kevin C. Garala Asso Prof M. Pharm. Pharmaceutics
Ms. Samixa R.Patel

 

Asst Prof

 

M. Pharm. Quality Assurance
Dr. Anjali J. Patel

 

Asso Prof

 

M. Pharm. Ph.D. Pharmaceutics
Dr. Riddhi Madhu

 

Asst Prof

 

M. Pharm. Pharmachemistry
Mr Darshan Madiya

 

Asst Prof

 

M. Pharm. Pharmacology
Ms. Rachana Joshi Asst Prof M. Pharm Pharmaceutics
Ms. Birva Kagrana Asst Prof M. Pharm. Pharmacology
Mr. Mehulkumar Gohil Asst Prof M. Pharm Pharmacology
Ms. Anvi Mistry Asst Prof M. Pharm Q.A.
Sr. Project Title Name of Student/s Semester Guide Brief Description
1 Development, optimization and characterization of microemulsion based transdermal gel of Ramipril Jalpa Sagrambhai Bavlia M. Pharm Sem-IV Dr. Anjali Patel Microemulsion based gels possessgained much popularity because in the recentera, as they offers the advantages of bothemulsions and gels while having good patientacceptability. Because of its non-greasy nature,it can be easily applied to the skin as compared to othertopical formulations such as creams, ointments which arevery much thick, greasy and require excess rubbing.
2 Application of quality by design for the development of solid emulsifying system of racecadotri Grishma Partapsingh Dalal M. Pharm Sem-IV Dr. Kevin Garala The self-emulsifying system is an isotropic mixture of oils and surfactants with or without cosolvents, which spontaneously forms an oil-in-water nanoemulsion upon gentle agitation with water. Upon its introduction into aqueous media, it forms fine oil-in-water emulsions with only gentle agitation such as GI motility, because the free energy required to create a new surface between the oil and water is lower than the entropy change that favors dispersion
3 Development of co-processes excipients for fast dissolving tablets of carvedilol by multivariate analysis and QbD Bansari Mukeshbhai Joshi M. Pharm Sem-IV Dr. Biswajit Basu Co-processing excipient is an excipients mixture containing more than one excipient and not prepared by simple physical mixing. These materials are formulated with co-crystallization, co-grinding, co-precipitation, spray drying and common solvent evaporation techniques.

For each research we need below details:-

  • Research Title
  • Name & Designation
  • Brief Description of the research
  • Link if the research is published somewhere

Details of Student Achievements (Study)

Student Name Semester Achievement Detail Date Of Achievement
YEAR-2013
Haresh Radadia Sem IV

(M. Pharm)

Got campus placement in Agilent Technologies 5-Aug-13
Joshi Rachana

Bavishi Dhara

Nilam Rangani

Sem VII

Sem VII

Sem V

3 students secured Uni. Rank in top 10 in GTU Exam winter 2013 18-Feb-14
Jyoti Meghani

Rikeeta Padya

Vijay Nakarani

Chandni Rajyaguru

Ankit Paria

Hinal Kundaliya

Dipak Bhoot

Mital Kanani

Vidhi Mandaliya

Poonam Sukhavani

Jayna Dadhaniya

Chandresh Gangani

Ankita Goswami

Chandni Rangani

Nikhil Lathiya

Priti Chothani

Ramji Solanki

Sem VIII 17 students were qualified in GPAT 2013 15-Jul-14
YEAR-2014
Anil Kathiriya  

Sem IV

(M. Pharm)

One of my research project got 2nd prize & 1000 Rs/- cash prize in poster presentation on ATMIYA SCITECH USTAV – 2014 15-Feb-14
Joshi Rachana

Garasiya Gaurang

Baavishi Dhara

Solanki Priyakant

Khambhala Akta

Sem VIII 5 students were qualified in GPAT 2014 15-Mar-14
Joshi Rachana

Garasiya Gaurang

Baavishi Dhara

Solanki Priyakant

Khambhala Akta

Sem VIII 5 students were qualified in NIPER 2014 16-Jun-14
Joshi Rachana

Bavishi Dhara

Nilam Rangani

Sem VIII

Sem VIII

Sem VI

3 students secured Uni. Rank in top 10 in GTU Exam summer 2014 May-14
Trivedi Kinjal Divyeshbhai Sem VIII Got campus placement in Avance Healthcare Pvt. Ltd. 11-Jun-14
YEAR-2015
Bhargav Patel

Atish Kanani

Siju Prakash

Kothari Madhavi

Sem VIII

Sem VIII

Sem VIII

Sem IV

4 students were selected as research output students Feb-15
Bhavin Vadher Sem VIII Got Best Reader award Feb-15
Hasnain Methiwala Sem II Secured university rank in top 10 in GTU Exam summer 2015 May-15
Sarvaiya Sumit

Siju Prakash

Sagathiya Gautam

Bhargav Patel

Sem VIII 4 students were qualified in GPAT 2015 15-Jun-15
Hitendra Jadeja

Vivek Dadhaniya

Devang Pandya

Manish Saypariya

Alpesh Rupareliya

Sem VIII 5 students got campus placement in Zydus Cadila Healthcare Limited 11-Jul-15
Hasnain Methiwala Sem III Secured university rank in top 10 in GTU Exam winter 2015 Dec-15
YEAR-2016
Sonali Chaudhari Sem VIII Qualified in GPAT 2016 17-Jan-16
Grishma Dalal Sem II

(M. Pharm)

Got 3rd rank in poster presentation in DBT sponsored national level symposium on advancement in science & technology 23-Jan-16
Rajdev Dhaval

Desai Jay

Gokani Preet

Sharma Ankita

Panchani Chirag

Akbari Ankur

Yogesh Dabhi

Prashant Goswami

Bhargav Lathiya

Kuldeep Gelani

Jasavat Vassapli

Divya Sanghani

Yesha Prasadiya

Jyoti Padalkar

Rushabh Punatar

Sem VIII 15 students has been shortlisted for placement by Zydus Cadila Healthcare limited 8-Mar-16
Desai Jay

Rajdev Dhaval

Gokani Preet

Sharma Ankita

Panchani Chirag

Akbari Ankur

Sem VIII 6 students got campus placement in Zydus Cadila Healthcare Limited Nov-16
YEAR-2017
Nishit Joshi

Ankita Mehta

Divya Sanghani

Sem VIII Qualified in GPAT 2017 6th Feb – 17
Grishma Dalal Sem III

(M. Pharm)

Got 3rd rank in poster presentation in DBT sponsored national level symposium Atmiya Scitech Utsav 2017 10th -11th Feb 17

 

Faculties Achievement

Faculty Name Achievement Detail Date of Achievement
YEAR-2013
Dr. Jaydeep Patel

Dr. Punit Rachchh

Dr. Biswajit Basu

3 Faculties were awarded Ph. D. degree 10-Jun-13
Mr. Kevin Garala Paper accepted for poster presentation at AAPS Annual meeting 2013, San Antonio, Texas, USA. 6-Jul-13
Ms. Anjali Dhingani Paper accepted for poster presentation at AAPS Annual meeting 2013, San Antonio, Texas, USA. 6-Jul-13
YEAR-2014
Dr. Biswajit Basu Paper accepted for poster presentation at Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress 2014, Melbourne, Australia. 7-Jan-14
Dr. Biswajit Basu Best Researcher Award 2014 4-Feb-14
Dr. Biswajit Basu One of my research project got 2nd prize & 1000 Rs/- cash prize in poster presentation on ATMIYA SCITECH USTAV – 2014 15-Feb-14
Mr. Kuldeep Mehta Got felicitation for contribution as a Judge in DBT sponsored National Symposium – Atmiya Scitech Utsav -2014 15th to 16th –Feb-14
Ms. Anjali Dhingani Selected as Research output faculty 4-Feb-14
Ms. Anjali Dhingani Got felicitation for contribution as a resource person in DBT sponsored workshop on Formulation of Tablet & Cosmetics 17th  to 19th -Nov-14
YEAR-2015
Mrs. Mital Manvar,

Mrs. Samixa Patel,

Mr. Kuldeep Mehta

Selected as Research output faculty Jan-15
Dr. Biswajit Basu Appreciation for achieving Ph.D. degree Jan-15
Mr. Falgun Dhabalia Best reader award 2015 Jan-15
Mr. Arabinda Nayak Best Researcher Award In 2015 10-Feb-15
Mrs. Samixa Patel Got felicitation for delivering guest talk on spectroscopy at Shree M. N. Virani science college 5th  to 7th  –Feb-2015
Dr. Biswajit Basu Got felicitation for contribution as a resource person in GSBTM sponsored Crash workshop 25th Apr to 2nd May-15
Dr. Kevin Garala Awarded Ph. D. degree 24-Aug-15
Mr. Kuldeep Mehta Achieved felicitation for his contribution as a Judge in DBT STAR sponsored Crazy Idea Presentation-Sci Fest-2015 19-Sep-2015
Dr. Anjali Dhingani Awarded Ph. D. degree 19-Dec-15
YEAR-2016
Dr. Biswajit Basu,

Mr. Kuldeep Mehta,

Mr. Parag Rabara

Contributed as committee member in 5th international conference on human values in higher education 8 to 10-Jan-16
Mr. Kuldeep Mehta Achieved felicitation for his contribution as a Judge in DBT sponsored National symposium – Atmiya Scitech Utsav-2016 22nd& 23rd Jan-16
Mrs. Samixa Patel Achieved felicitation for her contribution as a Judge in DBT sponsored National symposium – Atmiya Scitech Utsav-2016 22nd& 23rd Jan-16
Ms. Riddhi Madhu Best reader award 2016 12-Feb-16
Ms. Riddhi Madhu Research output faculty 2016 12-Feb-16
Dr. Biswajit Basu Research output faculty 2016 12-Feb-16
Dr. Biswajit Basu Achieved felicitation for his contribution as a Resource Person in GSBTM sponsored GSBTM Second Crash Workshop for TY Students 23rd to 30th April 2016
Mr. Kuldeep Mehta Achieved felicitation for delivering Expert Talk on Herbal Cosmetics 27th July 2016
Mr. Kuldeep Mehta Achieved felicitation for his contribution as a Resource Person in workshop on  Herbal Cosmetics 28th to 30th July 2016
Mr. Kuldeep Mehta Organized state level event for pharmacy students PharmaEcstacy-2016 16th& 17th Sep 2016
Mrs. Samixa Patel
Mr. Parag Rabara Co-ordinator in  state level event for pharmacy students PharmaEcstacy-2016 16th& 17th Sep 2016
Dr. Anjali Patel
Dr. Biswajit Basu,

Dr. Kevin Garala

Mr. Falgun Dhabalia

Mr. Arabinda Nayak

Ms. Riddhi Madhu

Mr. Darshan Madiya

Contributed as committee member in state level event PharmaEcstacy-2016 16th& 17th Sep 2016
Mr. Darshan Madiya Contributed as co-ordinator in two days refresher course for registered pharmacists sponsored by Gujarat state pharmacy council 24th& 25th Sep 2016
Mr. Darshan Madiya Delivered a lecture in two days refresher course for registered pharmacists sponsored by Gujarat state pharmacy council 24th& 25th Sep 2016
Mr. Kuldeep Mehta Contributed as co-coordinator in two days refresher course for registered pharmacists sponsored by Gujarat state pharmacy council 24th& 25th Sep 2016
YEAR-2017
Dr. Vimal Kumar Delivered a lecture on Herbal Drug Interactions in two days refresher course for registered pharmacists sponsored by Gujarat state pharmacy council 7th – 8th  Jan 2017
Dr. Kevin Garala Delivered lecture on Principal Component Analysis at B. K. Mody Pharmacy College, Rajkot 31st Jan 2017
Mrs. Samixa Patel Achieved felicitation for her contribution as a Judge in DBT sponsored National symposium – Atmiya Scitech Utsav-2017 10th to 11th Feb 2017
Dr. Biswajit Basu Achieved felicitation for his contribution as a Judge in UGC sponsored National Seminar  – Genetically modified food & food security 11th Feb 2017
Dr. Vimal Kumar Delivered Expert Talk in IQAC, Saurashtra University Sponsored one week FDP on Current Trends in Drug Discovery & Development 20th to 25th Feb 2017
Dr. Kevin Garala Delivered Expert Talk in IQAC, Saurashtra University Sponsored one week FDP on Current Trends in Drug Discovery & Development 20th to 25th Feb 2017
Dr. Riddhi Madhu Awarded Ph. D. degree 6th March 2017
Dr. Biswajit Basu Achieved felicitation for his contribution as a Resource Person in GSBTM sponsored GSBTM Crash Workshop for TY Students 1st to 8th April 2017
Sr. No. Name of Activity Objective Semester
1. Pharma Innovative talent To come up with new and innovative ideas of research in pharmacy  B.Pharm 3rdsem, 5th , 7th
2. Cliques art To improve the skills of Photography  B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
3. Clini-mind Monitor  pharmacokinetics parameters and detection of Adverse drug reaction  B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th

M.Pharm 1st sem

4. Pharma recipe To understand role of excipients for preparation of formulation development.  B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
5. Pharma Khoj To identify the abilities of students to solve brain storming puzzles to get explore our institute.  B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
6. Pharma Mantra To give slogan and Quotes for pharmacy.  B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
7. Pharmavishkar To come up with new and innovative ideas of model presentation in pharmacy  B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
8. Quizmaster Quizzes are designed to promote, a fun way to study and in the process help improve one’s general knowledge.

Quiz competitions enables students to think from different angles or simply ‘to think out of the box’

It promotes a healthy debate amongst participants in order to learn from each other.

 B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
9. Venta de Producto To come up with new and innovative ideas for sale the product.

Increase marketing Scale.

 B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
10. Kala abhivyakti To gain knowledge and understanding of historical musical styles, compositional techniques, and performance practices of various style periods.  B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th
11. Kalapradarshan Understanding of collaboration in the creative process through leadership, participation and reflection.

Develop a multifaceted physicality through training in dance techniques.

 B.Pharm 3rd sem, 5th , 7th

The main objective of this industry institute interaction cell is to as a liaison between industries and Atmiya Institute of Pharmacy.

 

The following are the major activities of this cell:

  • Maintenance, coordination and promotion of consultancy services with proper links, with the departments in the college.
  • Maintain and distribute funds obtained from consultancy Services for strengthening of the various departments in the college.
  • Encourage Industry to collaborate in industry study tour programme (ISTP) internship programme and placement of students.
  • Organize industrial training and industrial visits for students.
  • Organize industrial exhibitions to highlight research facilities and expertise available with the college.
  • Signing of MOU between AIP & industries.
  • Generate funds from industry/other agencies for maintenance & development of the cell.

Expert Lectures Delivered during FDP

Dr. Vimal Kumar delivered an expert lecture on “Current Trend in Herbal Drug Discovery and Nutraceuticals” during IQAC, Saurashtra University sponsored FDP on Current Trends in Drug Discovery & Development on 21st February 2017 at Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Saurashtra University, Rajkot.

Dr. Kevin Garala delivered an expert lecture on “Process Improvement with High Dimensional Data: Principal Component Analysis ” during IQAC, Saurashtra University sponsored FDP on Current Trends in Drug Discovery & Development on 21st February 2017 at Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Saurashtra University, Rajkot.

FDP Attended

Dr. Anjali Patel and Mr. Kuldeep Mehta has actively participated in IQAC, Saurashtra University Sponsored One Week Faculty Development Program on “Current Trend in Drug Discovery and Development” from 20/02/2017 to 25/02/2017. The FDP was inaugurated by Dr. Saranjit Singh NIPER, Mohali, Dr. C. J. Shishoo Retired Principal, L. M. College of Pharmacy, Ahmedabad, Dr. Ashok Vaidya, Medical Research Centre, Kasturba Health Society, Mumbai, Dr. Pratapsinh Chauhan, Vice Chancellor, Sau. Uni, The FDP was further conducted by the renowned experts from industry,research and academics. It was a remarkable experience to listen them. The FDP was then completed by following valedictory function in the presence of Dr. Narrotam Sahoo, Advisor GUJCOST, Gandhinagar and Dr. Pratapsinh Chauhan, Vice Chancellor, Sau. Uni.

Sr. No. Name of Industry Semester Number of Students Name of Faculty Assigned Date
1 Sunrise Remedies Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad M. Pharm Sem-I

Sem-III

 

14

16

Mr. Jaydeep Patel 21/09/2012
2 Unique Pharma, Ankleshwar B. Pharm

Sem-VIII

 

42

Dr. Jaydeep Patel

Ms. Anjali Dhingani

22/03/2013
3 Nirlife Healthcare, Ahmedabad B. Pharm

Sem-VIII

Sem-VI

 

18

38

Mr. Punit Rachh

Ms. Mital Manvar

Mr. Parag Rabara

Mr. Kevin Garala

25/03/2013
4 Ipca Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., Gandhidham B. Pharm

Sem-VI

 

29

Mr. Kuldeep Mehta

Ms. Monali Mehta

25/01/2014
5 Espee Formulation Pvt. Ltd., Rajkot B. Pharm

Sem-II

Sem-IV

 

23

10

Dr. K. R. Vadalia

Mr. Kuldeep Mehta

Mr. Kevin Garala

03/10/2014
6 Zydus Cadila Ltd., Ahmedabad B. Pharm

Sem-VII

 

32

Mr. Kuldeep Mehta

Mr. Kevin Garala

24/07/2015
7 Ipca Laboratories Pvt. Ltd., Gandhidham B. Pharm

Sem-IV

 

37

Dr. Kevin Garala

Mrs. Riddhi Madhu

06/02/2016
8 Zydus Cadila Ltd., Ahmedabad B. Pharm

Sem-VI

M. Pharm

Sem-II

 

28

 

02

 Mr. Falgun Dhabaliya

Mr. Darshan Madiya

15/02/2016
9 J.B. Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd. B.Pharm Sem-III  

28

Mr. Parag Rabara

Mrs. Samixa Patel

01/08/2016
10 Balaji Wafers Pvt. Ltd., Rajkot B.Pharm

Sem-II

 

48

Dr. Kevin Garala

Mr. Arbinda Nayek

Mrs. Mital Manavar

11/03/2017
11 Acme Pharmaceutical Pvt. Ltd., Ahmedabad B.Pharm

Sem-VIII

M.Pharm

Sem-III

 

27

 

3

Dr. Biswajit Basu

Mr. Falgun Dhabaliya

11/03/2017
12 Beta Surgical Pvt. Ltd., Rajkot B.Pharm

Sem – IV

 

43

Mr. Darshan Madiya

Mr. Kuldeep Mehta

Ms. Ridhdi Madhu

04/04/2017
Sr.No. Academic Year Name of the Company No. of students recruited
1 2016-17 Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 6
2 2015-16 Zydus Cadila Healthcare, Ahmedabad 5</