::: ALLIED INSTITUTION : COLLEGE OF PHARMACY - AICTE
1. Name of the Institution College of Pharmacy, Madras Medical College
Complete Postal address: Park Town Chennai 03
Telephone Number with STD Code 044  25363001
Fax No 25361536
Email copmmc@gmail.com
Year of Establishment  
Chemist and Druggist course 1871
BSc Pharmacy 1939
Bachelor of Pharmacy
MSc Pharmacy
Master of Pharmacy
1950
1956
1995
Status of the course conducting body The TamilNadu State Government
 
2. Name and address of the Trust/ Society/ Company and the Trustees
Name of the Society/Trust/Company The TamilNadu State Government
 
Address Nil
Email copmmc@gmail.com
 
 
3. Name and Address of the Vice Chancellor/ Principal/Director • Address including Telephone, Mobile,E-Mail
Name of the Principal Dr A Jerad Suresh
Designation Principal
Address College of Pharmacy, Madras Medical College, Chennai 03
STD Code 044
Telephone Number  
Office 25363001
Residence 25363131
Mobile 9381037921
Fax No 25361536
Email copmmc@gmail.com
 
 
4. Name of the affiliating University
Name The TamilNaduDr.M.G.R. Medical University
Address 69, Anna salai Rd, Guindy, Chennai - 600039
Phone +91 44 22353574/ 22353093
Fax no: +91 44 22353698
 
5. Governance
• Members of Academic Advisory Body
Sl. No. Name Position in the Academic Advisory Body
1 Dr.A.Jerad Suresh,
Principal,
College of Pharmacy,
Madras Medical College,
Chennai -03
Chairman
2 D.R.Radha,
Professor and Head,
Department of Pharmacognosy,
College of Pharmacy,
Madras Medical College,
Chennai -03
Member
3 Mr.K.Ramesh Kumar,
Associate Professor,
Department of Pharmaceutics,
College of Pharmacy,
Madras Medical College,
Chennai -03
Member
4 Dr.P.Muthusamy,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pharmacognosy,
College of Pharmacy,
Madras Medical College,
Chennai -03
Member
5 Dr.S.DaisyChella Kumari,
Assistant Professor,
Department of Pharmaceutics,
College of Pharmacy,
Madras Medical College,
Chennai -03
 
Member
 
  • Frequently of the Board Meeting and Academic Advisory Body
The frequency of Board of Management meeting is quarterly and academic council
meeting is twice a year
 
 
  • Organizational Chart and Processes

 
 
  • Nature and extent of involvement of Faculty and students in academic affairs/improvement
Students are encouraged in self learning through regular conduct of journal club, guest lectures, regular training schedules in Pharma industry and in clinical area. Apart from educational lectures, learning is imparted by the use of charts, assignments, models, simulations, and audio-visual aids. Language lab helps students to improve their communication skills.
Project based learning as a part of curriculum inculcates research interest among theStudents. Slow learners are provided with special attention. Longitudinal mentorsystem is adopted for all the students. About 5-10 students are allotted for each mentors become trusted advisors, role models, moralsupport, besides encouraging their mentees by offering guidance on both academic and non-academic issues.
The institute supports research-based study by encouraging students to do assignments using National Digital Library. Participation in seminars, workshops, conferences, talk shows and writing research papers by the students are encouraged. Students encouraged to join Value-enhancing short courses which are conducted by NPTEL. The institute organizes regular workshops, lectures by eminent persons from Industry to enhance the employment potential of the students.
• Mechanism/ Norms and Procedure for democratic/ good Governance
The Institute believes in communal efforts, synergetic relationships and participative management. The Faculty members, administrative staff and the students are all integral parts of the Institution. They all participate effectively in the running of the Institute. A belief of mutual benefit is embedded in everyone at the Institute irrespective of his or her hierarchical position. Affable relationships are maintained. Transparency in operations and conduct is accorded top priority which has helped in generating an environment of fraternity in the Institute. There are structured committees to redress grievances in the home page of the website of the institute which is accessible by anyone at the Institute to intimate the concerned committee about his / her grievances.
Student Feedback on Institutional Governance/ Faculty performance
Institute has a well structured feedback form which covers all the relevant aspects of faculty members such as depth of the course content delivered by the faculty members, communication skills, applicability / relevance to management issues of the content delivered etc. and relevant aspects regarding the institute such as the status of library, computer lab, language lab and other facilities, grievance redressal and any other matter which the students feel necessary for the improvement of the Institute. The feedback form is circulated amongst the students annually and feedback is collected from them maintaining confidentiality. The collected feedbacks are then collated and analyzed to generate report and placed in academic committee meetings for inviting suggestions for improvements and measures are taken subsequently.
Grievance Redressal mechanism for Faculty, staff and students
Democratic process of running the Institute and good governance system has ensured a cordial and amicable environment at the Institute. In the most unlikely event of grievance of any one at the institute, there are structured committees to redress such grievances. A dedicated email id (copmmc@gmail.com) for grievance to report at the Institute to intimate the concerned committee about his / her grievances is provided.
Establishment of Anti Ragging Committee
1.  D.R.Radha,Professor and Head, Department of Pharmacognosy,College of Pharmacy,
Madras Medical College
2. Mr.K. Ramesh Kumar, Associate Professor,Department of Pharmaceutics,College of
Pharmacy, Madras Medical College,
3. Dr.P.Muthusamy, Assistant Professor,Department of Pharmacognosy,College of Pharmacy,
    Madras Medical College
4. Dr.S.DaisyChella Kumari, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics, College of
Pharmacy, Madras Medical College, Chennai -03
 
Establishment of Online Grievance Redressal Mechanism
S.No Name Position in Commitee Designation Contact Number and Mail
1 Dr.A.Jerad Suresh Principal Convener 9381037921
Ajsuresh2001@yahoo.co.in
2 Dr.R.Radha Professor Member 9884641156
Rradha1970@yahoo.co.in
 
 
 
  • Establishment of Grievance Redressal Committee in the Institution and Appointment of OMBUDSMAN by the University
S.No Person to contact Phone Number Mail
1 Public Relations +91-44 22353574,76-76,
+91 44 22353574
Extn: 204
grievances@tnmgrmu.ac.in
 
• Establishment of Internal Complaint Committee (ICC)
S.No Name Position in Commitee Designation
1 Dr.A.Jerad Suresh Principal Chairperson
2 Dr.R.Radha Professor Secretary
3 Dr.P.Muthusamy Assistant Professor,
 
Legal secretary
4 Dr.S.DaisyChella Kumari,
 
Assistant Professor,
 
Member
5 Dr.R.Vijayabhararthi Assistant Professor,
 
Member
 
Establishment of Committee for SC/ST
S.No Name Position in Commitee Designation
1 Dr.A.Jerad Suresh Principal Chairperson
2 Dr.R.Radha Professor Member
3 Dr.R.Vadivu Assistant Professor
 
Member
4 Mrs Vijaya Non-Teaching Member
5 Ms.sandhya Student
 
Member
 
 • Internal Quality Assurance Cell
The college is committed to achieve the Global Standards of ‘Health for All’ by producing professionals par excellence in the field of Pharmacy through wholesome education founded on high ethical standards.
We will continually improve the quality and achieve high standards in the delivery of education, research and pharmaceutical services by adopting a structured delivery of education, stimulating research by providing the necessary infra structure, encouraging publications in peer reviewed journals and filing for patents, imparting skill-based training in areas of hospital services, industrial manufacturing, pharmacovigilance and quality assurance

6. PROGRAMMES

 
  1. Nameof theProgramsapproved/AccreditedbyAICTE
 
 
Program/courses ApprovedByAICTE
&PCI
Duration
B.Pharmacy YES Till 2021-22
M.Pharmacy(Pharmaceutical Chemistry) YES Till 2021-22
M.Pharmacy(Pharmaceutics) YES Till 2021-22
M.Pharmacy(Pharmacognosy) YES Till 2021-22
M.Pharmacy(Pharmacology) YES Till 2021-22
 
 
  1. DetailsoftheProgram:
 
 
Nameof theCourse Numberofseats
Sanctioned
Duration Fee Placement Facilities
B.Pharmacy 60 4years Rs.3000 Yes
M.Pharmacy(Pharmaceutical Chemistry) 10 2 years Rs.5000 Yes
M.Pharmacy(Pharmaceutics)  
10
2years Rs.5000 Yes
M.Pharmacy(Pharmacognosy) 10 2years Rs.5000 Yes
M.Pharmacy(Pharmacology) 10 2years Rs.5000 Yes
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7. PROFILE FOR PRINCIPAL

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
8. FACULTY
 
  Name  
Passport size
Photo
DR. R. RADHA
2. Date of birth 21.04.1970
3. Unique ID (Employment Number)  
1-504664877
4 Education Qualifications  
M.PHARM, Ph.D
5. Work experience Total Year:   26                    Months: 2
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year: 26                          Months: 2
Year: 18                          Months: 6
Year:                               Months:s
Year:                               Months:
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACOGNOSY
 
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate B.PharmPostgraduate:M.Pharm
1. Herbal Drug Technology                                   1. Advanced Pharmacognosy
2. Quality control of standardization            2. Cosmetic Science   
8. Project Guided  
  a) B.Pharm 25 students
  b) M.Pharm 20 students
  c)Ph.D One
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National: 25              International: 20
13. No.of books published with details Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Name Text Box: Passport size 
Photo
MR.K.RAMESH
 
2. Date of birth  
 
3. Unique ID  (Employment Number) 1-504664873
 
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm.,(Ph.D)
 
5. Work experience Total  Year:28             Months:
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year:               Months:
Year:            Months:
Year:               Months:
Year:               Months:
6. Area of Specialization Pharmaceutics
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:B.Pharm                     Postgraduate:M.Pharm
IndustrialPharmacy I & II                  Bio Phamaceutics&
Cosmetic Science        Pharmacokinetics
 
 
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
20
  b) M.Pharm 25
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National: 20            International: 30
13. No.of books published with details Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Name DR. P. MUTHUSAMY
 
2. Date of birth 30.05.1969
 
3. Unique ID
(Employment Number)
 
1-504664711
4 Education Qualifications M.PHARM., PH.D., B.L.,
5. Work experience Total  Year:   24          Months: 11
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year:     24                      Months:11
Year:     24                      Months:11
Year:     Nil                     Months:Nil
Year:     Nil                     Months:Nil
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACOGNOSY
 
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate                                                  Postgraduate
1. Herbal Drug Technology          1. Industrial Pharmacognostical Technology                       
                                                           2.Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence    2.Indian System of Medicine             
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
30
  b)  M.Pharm 27
  c)  Ph.D 03 (Supervisor)                                      05 (Co-Supervisor)
9. Funded Project 05
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:       25                                     International: 32
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Name WhatsApp Image 2022-02-18 at 10.43.21 PMDR.R.VIJAYA BHARATHI                                       
 
2. Date of birth 04-12-1972
3. Unique ID(Employment Number) 1-507465555
 
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm.Ph.D
 
5. Work experience Total  Year:  24           Months: 6
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year: 24 years             Months: 6 months
Year: 24 years             Months:
Year: Nil                     Months:Nil
Year: Nil                     Months:Nil
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACOGNOSY AND PHYTOCHEMISTRY
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:B.PharmPostgraduate:M.Pharm
Pharmacognosy &Phytochemistry             Advanced Pharmacognosy I &
Advanced Pharmacognosy-II
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
21
  b) M.Pharm 21
  c)Ph.D Examiner and RAC Member for Ph.D students
9. Funded Project 3
10. Patents NIL
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National: 4                                           International: 60
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 

 
 
 
1. Name Text Box:  sport size 
Photo
DR.R.VADIVU
 
2. Date of birth 27.05.1975
 
3. Unique ID(Employment Number)  
1-504634711
4 Education Qualifications  
M.PHARM., PH.D.,
5. Work experience Total  Year:   22          Months: 8
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year:     22                      Months:8
Year:     22                      Months:0
Year:     Nil                     Months:Nil
Year:     Nil                     Months:Nil
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACOGNOSY
 
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate                                                  Postgraduate
1. Advanced Pharmacognosy                         1. Phytochemistry
2.Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry-II      2.  Medicinal Plant          
                                                                             Biotechnology
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
20
  b) M.Pharm 14
  c)Ph.D RACMember– The TN.Dr.M.G.R.Medical University, SRM University, VISTAS Pallavam
9. Funded project 5
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:       10                                     International: 30
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Text Box:  1. Name B. KUMUDHAVENI
 
2. Date of birth 18.07.1974
3. Unique ID (Employment Number) 1-2961130027
 
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm.,(Ph.D)
5. Work experience  Total Year:  23      Months: 4
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year:  6                       Months: 4
Year:  5                       Months:
Year:  1                       Months: 2
Year:  15                     Months: 10
6. Area of Specialization Pharmacognosy
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate: B.PharmPostgraduate:M.Pharm
1.Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals
2.Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry -I
3.Biochemistry
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B. Pharm
2
  b) M. Pharm Nil
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National: 1                                          International: 18
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Name DR.P.G.SUNITHA
 
2. Date of birth 27.07.1979
3. Unique ID(Employment Number) 1-507508093
 
4 Education Qualifications M.PHARM.,PH.D
 
5. Work experience  Total  Year: 18            Months: 6
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year: 18                      Months:6
Year: 16                      Months:6
Year:                            Months:
Year:                            Months:
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
 
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:B.PharmPostgraduate: M.Pharm
AOC-IAdvanced Spectral Analysis
PharmaceuticalAnalysis-IAdvanced Instrumentation Techniques 
POC-III 
 8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
11
  b) M.Pharm 6
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:03 International: 48
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Name DR.R.PRIYADARSINI
 
2. Date of birth 17.04.1979
3. Unique ID(Employment Number) 1-509988981
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm.Ph.D
5. Work experience  Total  Year:   18 Yrs      Months: 10
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year:    18                         Months:10
Year:    17                         Months:
Year:    1                           Months:
Year: NIL                          Months:
6. Area of Specialization Pharmaceutical Chemistry
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:B.PharmPostgraduate:M.Pharm
1.Medicinal chemistry (I, II, III)      1.Advanced organic chemistry(I &II)
2.Pharmaceutical organic chemistry
3.Advance Instrumentation technique                                             
4.Pharmaceutical inorganic chemistry
8. Project guided 15
 
  1. B.Pharm
12
  b) M.Pharm 3
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project 2
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:     11                                       International:7
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 

 
1. Name  
Passport size
Photo

DR.M.SATHISH
2. Date of birth  
15.05.1980
3. Unique ID (Employment Number)  
1-504634719
4 Education Qualifications  
M.PHARM, Ph.D
5. Work experience Total Year:   17          Months: 5
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. others
Year: 17                          Months: 5
Year: 10                          Months:
Year:                               Months:
Year:                               Months:
Year:                               Months:
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
 
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate: B.PharmPostgraduate:M.Pharm
1.Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry         1.Natural Products of Medicinal
2.Medicinal Chemistry                                          Interest 
 
8. Project Guided  
  b) B.Pharm    15
  b) M.Pharm    7
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Patent 1: Date of filing 29.03.2021. Publication date 9.4.2021
Method of treating metabolic disorder and stress induced disease by novel diterpenoid from Jatropha glandulifera
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:                                        International: 21
13. No.of books published with details Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1. Name DR.T.SARASWATHY
2. Date of birth 20.07.1981
3. Unique ID (Employment Number) 1-504664283
4 Education Qualifications  
M.PHARM, Ph.D
5. Work experience Total Year:   16          Months: 1
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. others
Year: 16                          Months: 1
Year: 10                          Months:
Year:                               Months:
Year:                               Months:
Year:                               Months:
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY
 
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate :B.Pharm                  Postgraduate: M.Pharm
1.Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry           1. Natural Products of  Medicinal
2.Pharmaceutical In Organic Chemistry           Chemistry
                                                                    2. Process chemistry Interest 
 
8. Project Guided  
  c) B.Pharm 7
  b) M.Pharm  0
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:                                                              International: 12
13. No.of books published with details  
Nil
 
 

 
   
Name
Text Box:
DR.S.DAISY CHELLA KUMARI
2. Date of birth 08.07.1968
3. Unique ID
(Employment Number)
1-504664287 
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm.,Ph.D
5. Work experience  Total  Year: 24         Months:  2
 
  • Teaching
  • Research
  • Industry
  • Others
Year:   24                    Months: 2
Year:   22                    Months: 8
Year:   Nil                   Months: Nil
Year:   Nil                   Months: Nil
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACEUTICS
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:B.PharmPostgraduate:M.Pharm
1.Modern Pharmaceutics                   1.Physical  Pharmaceutics – I  
2.Physical Pharmaceutics – II           2.Adv.Bio Pharmaceutics &Pharmacokinetics
3.Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
4.Novel Drug Delivery Systems
5.Pharmaceutical Regulatory Science
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
 22
  b) M.Pharm  18
  c)Ph.D  Nil
9. Funded Project  Nil
10. Patents  Nil
11. Technology transfer  NA
12. Research publications National:   18                                                    International:  10
13. No.of books published with details   
Nil
 
 
 

 
Text Box:  1. Name DR.N.DEATTU
2. Date of birth 16.06.1976
 
3. Unique ID (Employment number) 1-507465559
 
4 Education Qualifications M.PHARM., PH.D
 
5. Work experience  Total              Year: 23                      Months:
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year: 14                                   Months:5
Year:  14                                  Months:5
Year: 1                                                  Months:
Year: 7                                                  Months:7
6. Area of Specialization PHARMACEUTICS
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:B.Pharm                                   Postgraduate :M.Pharm
1.Pharmaceutics-I                                          1.Regulatory Affair
2.Pharm.Quality Assurance                           2.Molecular Pharmaceutics                
3.Pharmacy Practice
8. Project guided  
  a)B.Pharm 10
  b) M.Pharm 11
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National: 1                                           International: 30
13. No.of books published with details  02
1.Textbook of  Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics
(ASIN: B088CY9L13-Thakur Publication)
2.Textbook on Cosmetic Science-Scitech (ISBN:9788195330515)
 
 
 
 

 
1. Name DR.R.DEVI DAMAYANTHI
 
2. Date of birth 1.12.198
3. Unique ID
 (Employment Number)
1-504634719
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm, Ph.D
5. Work experience  Total         Year:15             Months: 5
 
  i)Teaching
ii)Research
iii)Industry
iv)Others
Year: 14                                  Months: 5
Year: 14                      Months:
Year: 1                        Months:
Year:                          Months:
6. Area of Specialization Pharmaceutics
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG  Undergraduate: B.PharmPostgraduate:M.Pharm
Pharmaceutical Engineering                    Computer Drug Delivery System
Pharmaceutical Biotechnology
Physical Pharmaceutics-II
Pharma Regulatory Science  
 
8. Project guided  
  a)B.Pharm 14
  b) M.Pharm 12
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:   10                                         International: 10
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
1.
 
Name
 
R.Indumathy Photossport size
Photo

Dr.R.INDUMATHY
2. Date of birth 02.05.1980
 
3. Unique ID       (Employment Number)  I-437185177
 
4
 
Education Qualifications
 
M.PHARM.,PH.D
5. Work experience Total :                       Year:17             Months: 8
 
  i)Teaching
ii)Research
iii)Industry
iv)others
Year: 17                            Months: 8
Year: 15                            Months:
Year: Nil                           Months: Nil
Year: Nil                           Months: Nil
6. Area of Specialization Pharmacology
 
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate :B.Pharm          Postgraduate : M.Pharm
1.Pharmacology - III                 1. Cellular & Molecular Pharmacology                              2.Pharmacovigilance                 2. Principles of  Drug Discovery
                                                  3.Clinical Research & Pharmacovigilance
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
10 Projects                                             
 
  1. M.Pharm
 28 Projects             
 
  1. Ph.D
RAC Member @  The TN Dr. M.G.R Medical University, Guindy.
Crescent University, Vandalur.                           
9. Funded Project 1
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National: Nil                                                       International:23
 13. No.of books published with details Nil 
 

 
 
 
1. Name Text Box:  port size 
Photo
Dr. M. SAKTHI ABIRAMI
 
2. Date of birth 30.05.1981
3. Unique ID         
(Employment Number)
I - 504664719
 
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm. Ph.D
5. Work experience Total  Year:  16           Months: 8
 
 
  1. Teaching
ii)  Research
iii) Industry
iv) Others
Year: 16                    Months: 8
Year: 14                    Months: -
Year: Nil         Months:Nil
Year: Nil                   Months: Nil
6. Area of specialization Pharmacology
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:B. Pharm                               Postgraduate:M.Pharm1.Pharmacology – I                                    1.Pharmacological & Toxicological
2. Pharmacological Screening Methods        screening methods – I        
                                                                                                                                 2. Pharmacological &Toxicological             
                                                                            Screening methods - II
8. Project guided  
  a)B. Pharm 9
  b)M.Pharm 23
  c)Ph.D RAC Member @ Vinayaka Mission’s Research Foundation, Salem
9. Funded Project 1
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
 
12. Research publications National:                                               International: 25
13. No.of books published with details Nil
 
 
 

 
 
 
1. Name Text Box: passport size 
Photo
Mr.V.SIVARAMAN
 
2. Date of birth 1.6.1977
 
3. Unique ID(Employment Number) 1-2961130100
4 Education Qualifications M.Pharm
 
5. Work experience Total  Year: 21            Months: 4
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others – Phamacist
Year: 6                                    Months:4
Year:                           Months:
Year:  -                        Months:
Year: 14                      Months:
 
6. Area of Specialization Pharmacology
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:                       Postgraduate:
B.Pharm                                  M.Pharm
Pharmacovigilance                  Advanced Pharmacology I & II
Pharmacology II
 
 
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
6
  b) M.Pharm Nil
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:             International: 2
13. No.of books published with details Nil
 
 
 
 

 
INSTITUTE OF PHYSIOLOGY, MADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE
DETAILS OF TEACHING FACULTY
 
1. Name DR.R.BHUVANESHWARI
2. Date of birth 4.6.1971
 
3. Unique ID       (Employment Number) 19030402335
4 Education Qualifications M.B.B.S.,M.D (Physiology)
5. Work experience Total  Year: 8                 Months: 7
 
  i)Teaching
ii)Research
iii)Industry
iv)Others
Year:  8                                   Months:7
Year:  -                                    Months:-
Year: Nil                                 Months:-
Year: Nil                                 Months:-
6. Area of Specialization M.D Physiology
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:                                                   Postgraduate: M.D                                                             
B.D.S, M.B.B.S,B.Pharm&Allied Health Sciences   
Physiology
8. Project guided  
  a)B.Pharm -
  b) M.Pharm -
  c)Ph.D -
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:   2                                         International: 2
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
INSTITUTE OF MICROBIOLOGY, MADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE
DETAILS OF TEACHING FACULTY
1. Name Text Box:  passport size 
Photo
DR.R.KESAVAN
2. Date of birth 16:6:1978
3. Unique ID(Employment Number) 19030460094
4 Education Qualifications MBBS,DCH,MD (MICROBIOLOGY\)
 
5. Work experience Total  Year: 15            Months: 8
 
  i)Teaching
ii)Research
iii)Industry
iv)Others
Year:    8                                 Months:7
Year:    3                                 Months:7
Year:                                       Months:
Year:                                      Months:
6. Area of Specialization MICROBIOLOGY
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate:                                              Postgraduate:M.D
M.B.B.S, B.D.S, B.Pharm.                            Microbiology             
Microbiology
8. Project guided  
  a)B.Pharm YES
  b) M.Pharm Nil
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:                                                          International: 1
13. No.of books published with details  Nil
 
 
 
 

 
INSTITUTE OF COMMUNITY MEDICINE, MADRAS MEDICAL COLLEGE
 

Passport size Photo
DETAILS OF TEACHING FACULTY
1 Name Dr.A. SOMASUNDARAM
2 Date of Birth  30-05-1967
3 Unique ID (Employment Number) 1-2376954613
4 Education Qualifications MBBS, M.D.,DPH., MAE.,
5 Work experience Total :                      Year :19          Months:
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. others
Year:    19                                Months:
Year:                                        Months:
Year:                                        Months:
Year:                                        Months:
6 Area of Specialization  
7 “Courses taught at level UG/PG Undergraudate-MBBS, BPT, B.Pharm, BOT, B.Dialysis , B.Nursing, ANM, MRD                                    
Postgradaute-MD, M.Nursing, M.Pharm
8 Project Guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
Nil
 
  1. Master
Nil
 
  1. Ph.D
Nil
9 Funded Projects Nil
10 Patents Nil
11 Technology transfer NA
12 Research publications         National:   7                                                             International:               
13 No. of books published with details Nil
 
 
 
 

 
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
 
 
 
 
 
1. Name M. DHANALAKSHMI
2. Date of Birth 19.04.1972
 
3. Unique ID           (Employment Number)  
 
4 Education Qualifications M.A., M.Phil.., SLET
 
5. Work experience Total       Year: 22            Months:  1½
 
 
  1. Teaching
  2. Research
  3. Industry
  4. Others
Year: 22                                  Months: 1 ½
Year:                                       Months:
Year:                                       Months:
Year:                                     Months:
 
6. Area of Specialization English Literature
Communication Skills
7. “Courses taught at level - UG/PG Undergraduate                                                Postgraduate
All                                                       M.A., M.Phil.,
B.A &
Paramedical Courses
8. Project guided  
 
  1. B.Pharm
Nil
  b) M.Pharm Nil
  c)Ph.D Nil
9. Funded Project Nil
10. Patents Nil
11. Technology transfer NA
12. Research publications National:                                         International:
13. No.of books published  with details  Nil
 
 
 
 
 
 
9.FEES
ADMISSION FEES. The admission fee for B.Pharm at Tamilnadu is Rs.5000 (General category) and Rs.1000 for reserved category       
TUITION FEE
 a) GOVT. COLLEGES The Tuition Fee for All Courses in all Govt. Colleges (per Annum) Rs. 3,000/-
DISCONTINUATION FEE
The students who are allotted and joined in any of the seats in Govt. Medical Colleges and discontinue the Paramedical Degree courses after the cut-off date should pay the Discontinuation Fee of Rs. 1,00,000/- (Rs. One Lakh only) by means of Demand Draft in favor of “The Secretary, Selection Committee, Kilpauk, Chennai – 10” payable at Chennai
10. ADMISSION
A. No of students admitted under various categories for the last three years

B. Number of seats sanctioned with the year of approval
Course No of seats approved Year of Approval of seats
B.Pharm 60 August2014
M.Pharm
Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Pharmaceutics
Pharmacognosy
Pharmacology
 
10
10
10
10
 
August 2014
 
11.ADMISSION PROCEDURE
Candidates seeking admission to all B.Pharm Degree courses should submit the online filled in application form along with necessary enclosures should reach the following address
The Secretary,
Selection Committee,
No.162, E.V.R. Periyar High Road,
Kilpauk, Chennai – 10.
 
ELIGIBILITY: The candidate should be a citizen of India and Native of Tamil Nadu.
NATIVITY: a) Candidates belonging to other States cannot claim nativity of Tamil Nadu
AGE LIMIT : Candidates should have completed 17 years of age as on 31st December 2021. (Those who were born few days later can also be included, i.e. maximum 15 days).
EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should have passed in all the subjects of the qualifying Examination of the Higher Secondary Course conducted by the Tamil Nadu State Board or any other Equivalent Board in the following group of subjects with minimum eligible marks.
MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY MARKS: -
B.Pharm. Courses For OC / BC / BCM / MBC / DNC Candidates : - Passed in Higher Secondary Course with Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Botany and Zoology or Mathematics not less than 40 % aggregate marks.
For SC / SCA / ST Candidates: - Passed in Higher Secondary Course with Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Botany and Zoology (or) Mathematics.
Normalization of Marks:
 As per the Tamil Nadu Act No 3 of 2007, dt 05.03.2007 and G.O(Ms) No.77 HE(J2) Dept.dt:05.04.2007, the marks obtained by the students in the relevant subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by various Boards or Authority shall be equated with the marks obtained by the students in the same subjects in the qualifying examination conducted by the State Board (Government of Tamil Nadu) by adopting the method of normalization.
CALCULATION OF MARKS :
  1. Ranking will be made on merit on the basis of marks obtained by the eligible candidates in the prescribed science subjects in the qualifying examinations reduced to the base of 200 marks. The marks obtained through different Boards will be taken into account after normalization
  2. CALCULATION Weighted Total Marks for a maximum 200 Percentage in Biology (after normalization) (X) Percentage in Physics and Chemistry - Taken Together (Y) (after normalization) Percentage in Botany and Zoology - Taken Together (Z) (after normalization) Percentage in Mathematics (after normalization) (W) Weighted total marks for a maximum of 200. Either (X+Y) OR (Z+Y) OR (W+Y) -17- The percentage and the weighted total should be accurate to two decimals.
  3.  Ranking of the candidates will be done based on the total marks obtained in the prescribed Science Subjects after normalization of marks computed to a maximum of 200.
  4.  Only the marks obtained in the prescribed Science subjects in the Higher Secondary Course qualifying examination as a whole in the first appearance will alone be taken into consideration for the allotment of seats to the candidates and the improvement marks in Higher Secondary Course examination of any year will not be considered. Also the marks obtained through part by part appearance in Higher Secondary Course examination will not be considered including for natives of Tamil Nadu who have passed any other equivalent examination from other Boards/States.
 
ONLINE COUNSELLING PROCEDURE (SINGLE WINDOW SYSTEM)
Online Counselling Schedule will be available only on the website. Candidates should lock their choices of Colleges and Courses as per the schedule.
 
REPORTING
 
 The allotted candidates should download their provisional allotment order and join the course in the allotted Medical College/Institution in person before the date and time specified in the allotment order along with the Originals and copies of the Certificates.
 
The candidate who have joined in the course during 1st phase of counselling only eligible to attend the subsequent phases of counselling for re-allotment of Colleges. The date of such counselling will be published in the websites and also will be informed to the Dean/The Principal of respective Colleges. No individual intimation will be sent to the candidates.
 
METHOD OF SELECTION &ADMISSION:-
a) The selection will be made based on merit and applying the rule of reservation by the Government of Tamil Nadu as follows.
1. Within 30% reservation for BC, 3.5% reservation will be provided for BC Muslims.
2. Within 20% reservation for MBC 10.5%, 7% and 2.5% will be provided for part- MBC (V) communities, part - MBC and DNC communities and part MBC communities respectively as per the Tamil Nadu Act No.8 of 2021 issued in Gazette Notification No.144/26.02.2021.
 3. 16% of seats out of 18% quota earmarked to SC shall be allotted to the Arunthathiyar community
.4. BC, BCM, MBC/DNC, SC, SCA & ST candidates are eligible for selection under open competition as per merit in addition to the reservation made for them. b) Any remaining unfilled seats for want of adequate number of eligible candidates belonging to SCA community shall be filled by candidates belonging to SC community other than Arunthathiyar as per merit and vice versa.(GO (Ms) 55 P & AR Department, Dated:08.04.2010) c) Any remaining reserved seats in ST Quota for want of adequate number of eligible candidates belonging to ST community shall be allotted to candidates belonging to SC Community as per merit. (GO (Ms) No.77 Health & Family Welfare Department (MCA1) Dated 24.02.2011)
 
12.INFORMATION OF INFRASTRUCTURE AND SOURCES AVAILABLE
Built-up area of the institution – 11250.52 sq. m
Instructional area – 4207 sq. m
Administrative area – 13135 sq. m
Amenities area – 7550 sq. m
Circulation area – 1380 sq. m
 
CLASS ROOM DETAILS
S.No Classrooms Available Size (Sq.m)
1. B.Pharm 5 139
    1 75
2. M.Pharm Pharmaceutics 1 75
3. M.Pharm Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1 75
4 M.Pharm Pharmacology 1 75
5 M.Pharm Pharmacognosy 1 75
LABORATORY DETAILS
S.No Laboratories Available Size (Sq.m)
1 B.Pharm    
  Pharmaceutics Lab 3 100
  Pharmaceutical Chemistry 4 100
  Pharmacognosy 2 100
  Pharmacology 3 100
2 M.Pharm    
  Pharmacognosy 2 75
  Pharmaceutics 2 75
  Pharmaceutical Chemistry 2 75
  Pharmacology 2 75
COMMON FACILITIES
S.No Common facilities Available Size (Sq.m)
1 Preparation Room 1 25
2 Machine Room 1 80
3 Central Instrumentation Room with A/C 1 80
4 Store Room-I 3 100
5 Store Room-II(For Inflammable Chemicals ) 1 20
6 First Aid Room 1 10
7 Museum 1 50
8 Animal House 1 150.16
9 Auditorium 1 2000
10 Seminar Hall 1 60
11 Herbal Garden 20 200
12 Girl’s Common Room 1 60
13 Boys Common Room 1 60
14 Toilet Blocks for Boys 5 110
15 Toilet Blocks for Girls 5 110
16 Power Backup 1 100
 
 

 
13.LIBRARY
Library details
S.No Course Titles Available Volume Available No of Journals
1 B.Pharm     2353 2270 32
M.Pharm
2 Pharmaceutical Chemistry      65 103 33
3 Pharmaceutics      55 105 9
4 Pharmacognosy      55 102 5
5 Pharmacology      52 110 5
 
14.LABORATORY AND WORKSHOP
Laboratory
List of major equipment/Facilities/Experimental setup in each laboratory
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
S. NO               NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT      MODEL
  High Performance Liquid Chromatograph SHIMADZU LC10ATVP
2 UV visible Spectrophotometer LMSP UV 1900s
3 FTIR ABB-BOMEM MB 3000
4 Potentiometric titrator MVT(8585)
5 Conductivitymeter LT-16
6 Balance(1mg sensitivity) Mettler
7 Flame Photometer CL-430
8 Fluorimeter F-11681
9 Colorimeter m-KLPCM 405
10 Potentiometer MODEL-121
11 Digital Polarimeter ADP-45
12  Refractometer ABBE
13 pH meter KLPHM-114
14 Melting point apparatus DTC-503
15 Electrophoresis apparatus DE-MINERALISER-30
16 Electrical water bath Labtech-SS
17 Nephloturbidimeter CL-820
18 Magnetic Stirrer DEEP VISION
19 Suction pump RS-1M
20 Hot air oven MC-DALAL
21 UV chamber UV CABINET CL-705
22 Vacuum pump RS-1M
23 Scientific Microwave Oven CATA-R
24 Refrigerator WHIRLPOOL
25 Digital Balance(10 mg sensitivity) WENSAR-MAB 120
26 Incubator M.KOW OPTIC
27 Rotary vacuum evaporator B-490,R-205
28 Dimmerstat 2D-1P(816/D508873/H)
29 Muffle furnace NSC-72(811)
30 Hot plates DEEP VISION(831)
31 Mechanical stirrer R2-122
32 Ultrasonicator LABMAN-LMUC-3TANK
 
 
 
 
 
Department of Pharmacology
S.No Name of the Equipment Model/Make
1 Radiant Heat Analgesic meter Coslab
2 Eddy Hot plate Coslab
3 Actophotometer Coslab
4 Rotarod Apparatus Coslab
5 Rabbit Holder Coslab
6 Histamine Chamber Coslab
7 Kymograph Paper Lab
8 Simple lever Lab
9 Frontal Writing lever Lab
10 Single pan balance Kerro (BL P3B/6002)
11 Distill water still (10 liters) Lab
12 Dispensing balance Lab
13 Retort ring Lab
14 Heating Mantle (500 ml) Coslab
15 Test tube Stand Lab
16 Animal Holder (mice) Polylab
17 Animal Holder (rat) Polylab
18 Artery Forceps 7 ‘’ Lab
19 Centrifuge Remi (C 854/8)
20 Non toothed Forceps 6 ‘’ Bond Tweezer
21 Scissor pointed 6’’ Lab
22 Scissor 8 ‘’ Lab
23 Enamel tray 10/12 Lab
24 Stopwatch Digital Racer (630)
25 Aerator with regulator Seastar (HX 208)
26 X- Blocks (open model) Lab
27 Tripod Stand (8 X 5) Lab
28 Vaccum desiccators Polylab (55205)
29 Digital pH Meter (L7-10) Labtronics (LT 10)
30 Toothed Forceps Best quality Tweezers
31 Digital Kymograph with Student organ bath Coslab
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Department of Pharmacognosy
S.NO NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT MODEL/MAKE
1. Electrical Centrifuge Renni electrical centrifuge with R 818
2. UV Chamber UV Cabinet model DV-UV-SS complete SS body two UV tube
3. Electric shaker (2) LAB
4. Physical balance LAB
5. Hot air oven (3) LAB
6. Reflector LAB
7. Microscope accessories for microscope photography LAB
8. Student microscope (30) DV-30 and DV-40
9. Microtome LAB
10. Refridgerator LG
11. Heating mantle LAB
12. Refractometer LAB
13. Microscope binocular with impotent oil immersion mesh LAB
14. Chromatographic paper two dimensions LAB
15. Slide projector LAB
16. LCD Computer projector LAB
17. Water evaporator LAB
18. Muffle furnace LAB
19. Binocular microscope (10) Olympus 20 i
20. Monocular microscope (25) Olympus MLX-M
21. Stability chamber Remi CHM-12 plus
22. UV spectrophotometer set Shimadzu UV-1800
23. Precision balance LAB
24. Digital balance LAB
25. TLC unit 1 LAB
26. Sonicator LT-350
27. Polarising microscope PM-9
28. Digital pH meter LT-10
29. Water bath electrical 12 hole LAB
 
 
 
 
Department of Pharmaceutics

 
SLNO. INSRUMENT NAME Model 
  1.  
BALL MILL, ELECTRIC, LABORATORY CAMPBELL Electronics DR -1, 1410069 230V AC / 1- Amp
  1.  
OVEN - HOT AIR, ELECTRIC DALAL
  1.  
SIEVING MACHINE, FINEX, LOBORATORY MODEL ROLEX Motor No.10; Cycle – 50; RPM -1440; Volt – 220
  1.  
TRIPLE ROLLER MILL LAB
  1.  
WATER BATH THERMOSTATIC DALAL
  1.  
ANALYTICAL BALANCE, SINGLE PAN, ELECTRIC MODEL K -12 K-ROV DELUX.  AGN
  1.  
MULTI MILL - DRUG GRANULATOR, PULVERISER, ELCETRICAL OPERATED MAGUMPS
  1.  
BINOCULAR RESEARCH MICROSCOPE OLIMPUS
  1.  
DIGITAL PH METER LABMAN LMPH 9
  1.  
INCUBUTOR CDSLAB
  1.  
MICROSCOPE - OPTICAL WITH HIGH AND LOW POWER FOCUS IPM – 1
  1.  
AUTOCLAVE, VERTICAL GAMBAKS
  1.  
FRIABILATOR WITH TIMER ROLEX
  1.  
DISSOLUTION RATE TESTING APPARATUS CAMPBELL, DR-1
  1.  
CENTRIFUGE, ELECTRIC DALAL
  1.  
MICROSCOPE COMPOUND LAB
  1.  
TABLET PUNCHING MACHINE WITH ACCESSORIES RIMEK RSB -4 MINIPRESS
  1.  
MAGNETIC STIRRER, 1 LT REMI , 150W
  1.  
MAGNETIC STIRRER, 2 LT
  1.  
TABLET DISINTEGRATION TESTER ROLEX
  1.  
BOD INCUBATOR CDSLAB
  1.  
VOXTEX MIXER/ SHAKER DALAL
  1.  
AUTOCLAVE VERTICAL+H52D62D21:G39D2D21:H52 GAMBAKS S.No: 93044, T-118
  1.  
ELECTRONIC WEIGHING BALANCE WENSAR Class: 1; S.No -86640 IND/09/08/559 HPB 201
  1.  
BINOCULAR MICROSCOPE OLIMPUS CH20iBIMF
  1.  
LAMINAR AIR FLOW WORK STATION LAB
  1.  
MICROSCOPE WITH 3 OBJECTIVE OLYMPUS
  1.  
DIGITAL TABLET DISSOLUTION APPARATUS (SINGLE TEST) CAMPBELL , DR – 1
  1.  
ULTRASONIC DISINTEGRATOR (SONICATOR) -UNDER MODROBS CLASSIC , LARK
  1.  
UV-VIS SPECTROPHOTOMETER UV- MODEL-1800-UNDER ,MODROBS 1800
  1.  
FREEZE DRYER - LYPHILIZER AS- STMD
  1.  
EVATOR ROTARY VACCUM EVAPORATOR EVATOR – EV11 AVL 050
  1.  
REVOLUTIONARY HIGH SPEED COOLING CENTRIFUGE REMI C24BL
  1.  
HI-SPEED HOMOGENIZER REMI RQT – 127/A, HP:1/8 RPM : 8000
  1.  
MAGNETIC STITRRER REMI 1MLH, 150W
  1.  
TISSUE HOMOGENIZER LAB
  1.  
TABLET COATING PAN HARRISON PHARMA HTCP – 9
  1.  
CAPSULE FILLING MACHINE HARRISON’S 4648/21
  1.  
BALL MILL ROLEX
  1.  
DIGITAL BALANCE WENSAR HPB -201
  1.  
PSYCHROMETER LAB
  1.  
PFIZER TYPE HARDNESS TESTER LAB
  1.  
OINTMENT FILLING MACHINE ROLEX
 
 
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab
The lab is well equipped with instruments like Scientific microwave synthesizer, Fume cupboards, Centrifuges, hot air oven, magnetic stirrer, UV Chamber, incubator and other requirements for estimation of various raw material and marketed drugs. Various experiments include synthesis of drugs, test for purity, monograph analysis, salt analysis, limit test, qualitative and quantitative estimation of various drug samples.
Instrumentation Lab
The lab is equipped with sophisticated instruments like UV-Visible spectrophotometer, FTIR, HPLC, Conductivity meters, Digital pH meters, Flame-photometer, Spectrofluorimeter, Digital polarimeter, Nepheloturbidimeter, Digital melting point apparatus, Electronic analytical Balances, Potentiometer and Refractometer. Various estimation of drug analysis can be carried out using Sophisticated instrumentation techniques pertaining to quantitative analysis of various drugs by Pharmacopoeial methods. Various experiments set up of the lab includes Acid base, redox, complexometric, Gravimetric, Non-aqueous, electrochemical, spectrophotometric analysis, fluorimetric assays of pure sample as well as marketed drugs etc.
 
 
Pharmacology Lab
The Lab is equipped with sophisticated instruments likeIsolated organ bath, Assemblies for isolated tissue experiments, Analgesiometer, Rota rod apparatus, Eddy hot plate, Actophotometer, Histamine chamber, Single pan balance, Centrifuge, Digital pH meter etc. Various invitro and ex vivo screening of drugs are carried out in lab based study.
.
Pharmacognosy Lab
This lab contains instruments like microscopes, binocular microscope, TLC apparatus, UV spectrophotometer, Soxhlet apparatus, column chromatography apparatus, charts for plants microscopy and herbal drug museum. Various experiments set up of the lab include experiments pertaining to study of macroscopic, microscopic and chemical analysis of herbal drugs, pharmacognostic and phytochemical studies of various plant drugs, extraction and isolation and characterization of bioactive molecules.
 
Pharmaceutics
The lab is equipped with all the instruments mentioned above. The instruments are used for conductance of practical and research work for both B.Pharm and M.Pharm students.
15. COMPUTING FACILITIES
The College of Pharmacy has 34 computers with the following
  • Internet Bandwidth - 8 Mbps (TamilNadu State Wide Area Network-TNSWAN)
  • Number & Configuration System  -
08 systems – i5 Processor configuration
03 systems – i3 Processor configuration
23 systems – Below i3 Processor configuration
  • Total No.of System Connected to LAN    - 10
  • Total No.of System Connected to WAN   - Nil
  • Major Software Packages available –
  1. Licensed Microsoft office 2010
  2. Licensed Express pro lite v3.0 (English Language Software)
  3. K7 Antivirus
Specialpurposefacilities available:
Apart from this, the institution has aCommunications lab with the English software installed in the computers. The College has specialized software installed in the computers for the conduct of theB.Pharmand M.Pharm Programs
  • Design Expert Software
  • EX-Pharm Series Software
  • Licensed Express pro lite v3.0 (English Language Software)
  • MolecularDockingSoftware
  • Chemsketch
  • DTC-QSAR
 
16. LIST OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE
 
Games and ports Facilities
The following sports articles are available and issued to the Students.
S. NO. PARTICULARS
 
NOS
1 Cricket kit Bag 4
2 Foot Ball 6
3 Basket Ball 4
4 Volley Ball 6
5 Throw Ball 4
6 Hockey Sticks 48
7 Hockey Balls 12
8 TenniKoit 6
9 Ball Batminton (Bat) 12
10 Ball Batminton (Ball) 12
11 Shuttle Cock (Bat) 2 Boxes
12 Shuttle Cock (Ball) 12
 
SPORTS AND RECREATION FACILITIES:
  1. Playgrounds and games played              :  Yes (Cricket, Hockey, Volley Ball, Table Tennis, Shuttle badminton)
  2. Gymnasium facilities and arrangement  :  Available
  3. Management                                           :   By the College.
Sports Officer / Physical instructor   : Available
Extra curricular activities
N.C.C.
1. Compulsory / Optional                   : Optional
2. Duration of Training                       : One to three years.
 
 
 
 
17.TEACHING LEARNING PROCESS
1. PROGRAMS  OFFERED
 
B.Pharm
M.Pharm
2. THE CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS
  • The curriculum and Syllabus of Undergraduate and Postgraduate course in Pharmacy is provided by the Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University.
  • The curriculum is framed by the duly appointed Academic committee by the Tamil Nadu Dr.M.G.R. Medical University comprising of senior academicians in the field.
i) B.Pharm Syllabus

Courseofstudy

The course of study forB. Pharm shall include Semester Wise Theory & Practical asgiven in Table – I to VIII. The number of hours to be devoted to each theory, tutorial andpracticalcourse in anysemestershallnotbelessthanthatshowninTable–Ito VIII.

Table-I:Courseof studyforsemesterI

Coursecode Nameofthecourse No.of
hours
Tuto
rial
Credit
points
BP101T HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyI–Theory 3 1 4
BP102T PharmaceuticalAnalysisI–Theory 3 1 4
BP103T PharmaceuticsI–Theory 3 1 4
BP104T Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry –Theory 3 1 4
BP105T Communicationskills–Theory* 2 - 2
BP106RBTBP106RMT RemedialBiology/
RemedialMathematics–Theory*
2 - 2
BP107P HumanAnatomyandPhysiology–Practical 4 - 2
BP108P PharmaceuticalAnalysisI–Practical 4 - 2
BP109P PharmaceuticsI– Practical 4 - 2
BP110P Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry –Practical 4 - 2
BP111P Communicationskills –Practical* 2 - 1
BP112RBP RemedialBiology–Practical* 2 - 1
Total 32/34$/36# 4 27/29$/30#
#ApplicableONLYforthestudentswhohavestudiedMathematics/Physics/ChemistryatHSCandappearingforRemedialBiology(RB)course.$Applicable ONLYforthestudentswhohavestudied Physics /Chemistry /Botany /Zoology atHSC andappearingfor RemedialMathematics(RM)course.*NonUniversityExamination(NUE)
 

Table-II:CourseofstudyforsemesterII

 
Course
Code
Nameofthecourse No.of
hours
Tutorial Credit
points
BP201T HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII–Theory 3 1 4
BP202T PharmaceuticalOrganicChemistryI–Theory 3 1 4
BP203T Biochemistry–Theory 3 1 4
BP204T Pathophysiology–Theory 3 1 4
BP205T ComputerApplicationsinPharmacy–Theory* 3 - 3
BP206T Environmentalsciences–Theory* 3 - 3
BP207P HumanAnatomyandPhysiologyII–Practical 4 - 2
BP208P PharmaceuticalOrganicChemistryI–Practical 4 - 2
BP209P Biochemistry– Practical 4 - 2
BP210P ComputerApplicationsinPharmacy– Practical* 2 - 1
Total 32 4 29
*NonUniversityExamination(NUE)

Table-III:CourseofstudyforsemesterIII

 
Course
Code
Nameofthecourse No.of
hours
Tutorial Credit
points
BP301T PharmaceuticalOrganicChemistryII–Theory 3 1 4
BP302T PhysicalPharmaceuticsI–Theory 3 1 4
BP303T PharmaceuticalMicrobiology–Theory 3 1 4
BP304T PharmaceuticalEngineering–Theory 3 1 4
BP305P PharmaceuticalOrganic ChemistryII–Practical 4 - 2
BP306P PhysicalPharmaceuticsI–Practical 4 - 2
BP307P PharmaceuticalMicrobiology–Practical 4 - 2
BP308P PharmaceuticalEngineering–Practical 4 - 2
Total 28 4 24

Table-IV:CourseofstudyforsemesterIV
 
Course
Code
Nameofthecourse No.of
hours
Tutorial Credit
points
BP401T PharmaceuticalOrganicChemistryIII–Theory 3 1 4
BP402T MedicinalChemistryI–Theory 3 1 4
BP403T PhysicalPharmaceuticsII–Theory 3 1 4
BP404T PharmacologyI–Theory 3 1 4
BP405T PharmacognosyandPhytochemistryI–Theory 3 1 4
BP406P MedicinalChemistryI–Practical 4 - 2
BP407P PhysicalPharmaceuticsII–Practical 4   2
BP408P PharmacologyI–Practical 4 - 2
BP409P Pharmacognosyand PhytochemistryI–Practical 4 - 2
Total 31 5 28
 
 

Table-V:CourseofstudyforsemesterV

 
Course
Code
Nameofthecourse No.of
hours
Tutorial Credit
points
BP501T MedicinalChemistryII–Theory 3 1 4
BP502T IndustrialPharmacyI–Theory 3 1 4
BP503T PharmacologyII–Theory 3 1 4
BP504T PharmacognosyandPhytochemistryII–Theory 3 1 4
BP505T PharmaceuticalJurisprudence–Theory 3 1 4
BP506P IndustrialPharmacyI–Practical 4 - 2
BP507P PharmacologyII– Practical 4 - 2
BP508P PharmacognosyandPhytochemistryII–Practical 4 - 2
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5. TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS
 
  • The teaching and learning process begins with an orientation program. The essential topics of this program orient the students towards professional education and promote the capabilities to learn the subjects.
  • A structured delivery of education system is followed for the delivery of syllabus contents which includes Lecture sessions, Power point presentation, Problem solving exercises, Assignments and conducting Class tests
  • The syllabus contents are delivered with the aid of effective audio-visual and multimedia elements and interactive teaching. In addition, to generate interest and enthusiasm among students, innovative teaching and learning techniques are followed in both theory lectures and practical sessions. Also weaker students are given additional support by arranging remedial classes for them
 
The initiatives in teaching and learning process are done at two levels i.e. for theory classes and practical sessions separately. The mechanism and implementation have been described hereafter.
As the onus on education relies mostly on the theory and practical classes, lots of measures are taken to keep the lectures engaging and interactive. Some of the measures taken are:
STRUCTURED DELIVERY OF EDUCATION
i) Theory classes:
  • Structured delivery system is followed for conducting theory class: It comprises of Lectures followed by Multimedia elements such as Power Point, Flash, Animations and Problem solving exercises followed by class test and assignment submissions.
  • Other practices such as Mind Map,  Model Making, Chart Making, bringing plant specimens, etc. have been employed depending upon the curriculum and its scope.
  • Assignments  are given to  students of the class which would help them in better understanding of the topics.
  • Students whose marks are below the minimum pass marks are encouraged to attend remedial classes.
  • Other than these, course specific activities and approaches are adopted to infuse keen interest and enthusiasm in the subject to keep the students abreast with the changing scenario in the academic field and to help them perform to the best of their abilities.
 
 
ii) Practical Classes:
  • Helping academically weaker students: Based on the periodic marks of the students, those securing lower marks are given additional revision turns to help them gain more experience and confidence.
  • Manuals are prepared for all the subjects:  At the end of each experiment questions are given based on the experiments which the student answers thereby acquiring a greater understanding of the experiment.
  • Safe handling of chemicals, instruments and equipment is taught, wherever applicable.
  • After conduction of every practical, results obtained are discussed. Records are submitted in every practical classes which are evaluated by the staff concerned and Viva voce is conducted at the end of each experiment
  • Other than these common strategies; course-wise techniques are adopted by the subject teachers to inculcate enthusiasm in their subject. Some of these techniques involve competitions during practical, real-life problem analysis and solving, making of charts & models etc.
5. Quality of internal semester, question papers, assignments and evaluation
  • Internal periodic examination papersare set by the subject teacher. The sessional papers are evaluated by the concerned staff and the marks are documented. In addition to the internal periodic examination, class tests are also conducted after completion of each unit 17. Students are also given assignments in their respective subjects to upgrade their knowledge. These are evaluated by individual faculties with their own perspective.
  • Internal assessment (25%) is the sum of sessional examination (15 marks for theory and 10marks for Practical) and continuous mode of assessment (10 marks for theory and 5 marks forPractical)for all coresubjects
  • A minimum of two written internal assessment examinations shall be conducted in eachsubject during a semester and the average marks of these two examinations shall be taken intoconsiderationfor theaward ofinternal marks.
  • A minimum of two practical examinations shall be conducted in each core lab and theaverage marks of these two examinations shall be taken into consideration for award of internalmarksin practicals.
  • AcandidatefailedinanysubjectintheUniversityexaminationshallbeprovidedanopportunitytoimprovehis/hersessionalmarksbyconductingaminimumoftwoexaminationsintheoryand two practicals separately.
  • If a failed candidate does not appear for such “Improvement Examinations” for internalmarks in the failed subject(s), the internal marks already secured by him/her shall be carried overforhis subsequent appearance(s).
  • The internal assessment marks shall be submitted to the University by the Principal 15 dayspriorto thecommencement ofthe Universityexaminations.
  • A candidate should obtain a minimum of 50 % of allotted marks in Theory and Practicalseparatelyto beeligibleto attend theUniversityexaminations.
  • The marks allocated for Continuous mode of Internal Assessment shall be awarded as per the University guidelines
 
University Examination:
  • University examination papers are set by a panel of examiners appointed by the University. The question papers are sent online by Digital Examination Paper Downloading (DEPD) system to the college on the day of examination.
  • The assessment and moderation of the answer booklets of the theory courses   is conducted by the University through Central Valuation.
  • The examiners and moderators are appointed by the University as per the directions of the Controller of Examinations.
 
18.ENROLMENT AND PLACEMENT DETAILS OF STUDENTS IN THE LAST 3
YEARS
ENROLLMENT OF STUDENTS
B.Pharm
Year Enrollment
2020 -2021 59
2019 -2020 60
2018 -2019 51
M.Pharm
2020 -2021 40
2019 – 2020 40
2018 -2019 36
     
 
 
 
 
PLACEMENT DETAILS OF STUDENTS IN THE LAST 3 YEARS

 
 
 
19.LIST OF RESEARCH PROJECTS/CONSULTANCY WORKS
 

 
Journal Publications
Year No. of Journals Published
2021 16
2020 15
   2019 18
 
 
 
20.  COLLEGE OF PHARMACY- MMC- EOA TILL CURRENT ACADEMIC YEAR
S.No YEAR APPROVAL DATE LOA / EOA NO. AICTE APPROVAL STATUS COURSES APPROVED NO.OF SEATS SANCTIONED
1. 2014-15 4-6-2014 F.No. Southern/1-2017426988/2014/EOA. APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
10
 
10
10
10
60
2. 2015-16 7-4-2015 F.No. Southern/ 1-24556288912/2015/EOA APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
 
10
10
10
10
60
3. 2016-17 10-4-2016 F.No. Southern / 1-2811082868/2016/EOA APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
9
 
9
9
9
54
4. 2017-18 10-4-2017 F.No. Southern/1-3324622889/2017/EOA APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
9
 
9
9
9
54
5. 2018-19 4-4-2018 F.No. Southern/1-3512795072/2018/EOA APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
 
9
9
9
9
54
6. 2019-20 25-4-2019 F.No. Southern/ 1-4260926230/2019/EOA APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
10
 
10
10
10
60
7. 2020-21 30-4-2020 F.No. Southern/ 1-7013199775/2020/EOA APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
10
 
10
10
10
60
8. 2021-22 25-6-2021 F.No. Southern/1-9317424597/2021/EOA APPROVED M.PHARM-
PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY             
PHARMACEUTICS
PHARMACOGNOSY
PHARMACOLOGY
B.PHARM
 
10
 
10
10
10
60
 

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