Tracking Number: SIF/2017/100639
PHARMACY COUNCIL OF INDIA
Standard Inspection Format (S.I.F) for institutions conducting
D Pharm
(To be filled and submitted to PCI by an organization seeking approval of the course / continuation of the approval)
(SIF-A)
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 Dehat Vikas College of Pharmacy
Complete postal address: TIGAON (Distt.Faridabad)
Telephone number with STD Code 0129  2401790
Fax No 2401790
Email dvcpfbd@gmail.com
Year of establishment 1992
Status of the course conducting body Private

A - I.2
Name of the Society/Trust/Management DEHAT VIKAS EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY TIGAON
Address VPO.TIGAON, DISTT. FARIDABAD, HARYANA-121101
Telephone Number with STD Code 0129  2401790
Fax No 2401790
Email dvcpfbd@gmail.com
Website www.dvcptigaon.com

A - I.3
Name of the person to be contacted by phone POONAM YADAV
Designation PRINCIPAL
Address VPO.TIGAON, DISTT. FARIDABAD, HARYANA-121101
STD Code 0129
Telephone Number
Office 2401790
Residence 2401790
Mobile 8860566363
Fax No 2401790
Email dvcpfbd@gmail.com

A - I.4
Name of the Head of the Institution POONAM YADAV
Address C/O DEHAT VIKAS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY, TIGAON, FARIDABAD, HARYANA-121101

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors
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 2017-18 007842 02/06/2017

b. APPROVAL STATUS
Name of the Course Approved Upto Intake Approved and Admitted PCI State Govt University Remarks of the Inspectors
D Pharm 2017-18 Approved Letter No & Date F.NO.02.269/2016-PCI NO.73, DT.13-05-2016 NA  
Approved Intake 60 60 00  
Actually Admitted 60 60 00  

c. STATUS OF APPLICATION
Course Extension of
Approval
Increase in
Intake of Seates
Remarks
Current Intake Proposed increase in Intake
D 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 No

A - I.6 a
Status of the Pharmacy Course:
Independent Building Yes
Wing of Another College No
Separate Campus Yes
Multi Institutional Campus No

Examining Authority: Diploma Course
Name with Complete Postal address, telephone No.
and STD Code.
The Director State Board of Tech. Education,Haryana, S.C.O.No.38-39,Sector-17-A, Chandigarh - 160 017 (U.T.)

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

B - DETAILS OF THE INSTITUTION

B - I.1
Name of the Principal POONAM YADAV
Qualification/ Experience Qualification* Teaching Experience
Required
Actual experience Remarks of the
Inspectors
M. Pharm Yes 05 Years 6
PhD
(Desirable)
No 02 Years
* 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 04/11/2015 size of classroom short 2 storeroom 2 to be maintained 3 antiragging committee 4 millipore filter blenders contraceptive devices small disposable membrane filter deficient in lab Yes No
* Enclose Documents

B - I.3
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 Yes No No

B - I.4
D Pharm Course: Admission statement for the past three years
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
Sanctioned 60 60 60
No. of Admissions 60 60 60
Unfilled Seats 0 0 0
No of Excess Admission 0 0 0

B - I.5
Academic information: Percentage of D Pharm results for the past three years:
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
D Pharm 97 44

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors
B - II
Co-Curricular Activities / Sports Activities
Whether college has NSS Unit(Yes/No)? No
If no give reasons A PERMISSIBLE INTAKE OF 60 STUDENT BY PCI DOES NOT QUALIFY FOR SANCTION OF NSS UNIT WITH OF 100
NSS Program Officer's Name NIL
Programme Conducted Details NIL
Whether students participating in University level cultural
activities/Co-curricular/Sports activities
No
Physical Instructor Not 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 3471273.00 1. Building 25720.00
3. Library Fee 0.00 2. Equipment 73760.00
4. Sports Fee 17550.00 3. Others 0.00
5. Union Fee 0.00 REVENUE EXPENDITURE
6. Others 674817.00 1. Salary 6420062.00
  2. Maintenance Expenditure
i. College 0.00
ii. Others 0.00
3. University Fee 230000.00
4. Apex Bodies Fee 0.00
5. Government Fee 0.00
6. Deposit held by the College 0.00
7. Others 0.00
8. Misc. Expenditure 1573645.00
Total 4163640.00 Total 8223707.00
Note: Enclose relevant documents

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

PART- II PHYSICAL INFRASTRUCTURE
 
a. Building Own
b Land:
c. Building Own
 i) Leased or own Own
Sale / Agreement deed (records to be enclosed) --
i) Leased/Rented † (Record to be enclosed) Enclosed
ii) If Own (Approved Building plan & sale deed to be enclosed) Enclosed
d. Total Area of the college building in Sq.mts Built up Area 1817
Amenities and Circulation Area 354

2. Class Rooms
Total Number of Class rooms provided
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 180  
[* To accomodate 60 students]

3. Laboratory requirement
Sl.No.Infrastructure forAvailable No.Area in Sq. mts Remarks
1 Laboratory Area for D.Pharm Course5308
2 Pharmaceutics160
3 Pharmaceutical Chemistry160
4 Physiology and Pharmacology160
5 Pharmacy Practice168
6 Pharmacognosy160
7 Animal House00
8 Preparation Room for each lab220
9 Area of the Machine Room1112
10 Aseptic Room125
11 Store Room I120
12 Store Room II Inflammable chemicals120

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors
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 Requirements as per Norms (in Number) Requirements as per Norms (in Area) Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
1 Principal's Chamber 01 20 Sq. mts 1 25  
2 Office - I (including confidential room) 01 40 Sq. mts 1 41  
3 Staff / Faculty Rooms for D. Pharm course 01 30 Sq. mts 0 0  
4 Library with computer and reprographic facilities 01 100 Sq. mts 1 150  
5 Museum 01 30 Sq. mts (Maybe attached to the Pharmacognosy lab) 1 30  
6 Auditorium/ Multi Purpose Hall (Desirable) 01 250 - 300 seating capacity 0 0  
7 Herbal Garden (Desirable) 01 Adequate Number of Medical Plants 1 60  

5. Student Facilities
Sl. No. Name of Infrastructure Requirements (in Number) Requirements (in Area) Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
1 Girls's Common Room (Essential) 01 40 Sq. mts 1 41  
2 Boy's Common Room (Essential) 01 40 Sq. mts 1 51  
3 Toilet Blocks for Girls 01 25 Sq. mts 1 15  
4 Toilet Blocks for Boys 01 25 Sq. mts 1 15  
5 Drinking Water facility - Water cooler (Essential) 01 -- 1 6  
6 Boy's Hostel (Desirable) 01 9 Sq. mts/Room Single occupancy 0 0  
7 Girls's Hostel (Desirable) 01 9 Sq.mts/Room (Single occupancy) or 20 Sq.mts/Room (Triple occupancy) 0 0  
8 Power Backup Provision (Desirable) 01 -- 1 25  
9 Canteen 01 100 sq mts. 0 0

6. Computer and other Facilities
Name Required Available Remarks of the Inspectors
No. Area in Sq.mts
Computer (Latest Configuration) 1 syste, for every 10 students (UG & PG) 12 0  
Printers 1 Printer for every 10 computers 3 0  
Xerox Machine 01 -- --  
Multi Media Projector 02 2 0  

7. Amenities(Desirable)
Name Requirment as per Norms in area Available Not Available Remarks/Deficiency
No. Area in Sq.mts
Principal Quarters  80 Sq. Mtr.  0 0  
Staff Quarters 6 x 80 Sq. mts 0 0  
Parking Area fro staff and students 2 250  
Bank Extension Counter 0 0
Cooperative Stores 0 0
Guest House 80 Sq. mts 0 0
Transport Facility for students 0 0
Medical Fecilities(First Aid) 1 10

8.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 75 750 adequate coverage of a large number of standard text books and titles in all disciplines of pharmacy 200 6173
2 Annual Addition of Books 75 books per year 12 570
3 Periodicals Hard Copies/Online   06 National Journals
Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Journal of Hospital Pharmacy Indian Journal of Pharmacology CIMS, MIMS Indian Journal of Experimental Biology.
7 7
4 Library timings 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.

8.B.Subject wise Classification
Sl. No.SubjectAvailable TitlesAvailable NumbersRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Pharmaceutics 130566
2 Pharmaceutical Chemistry 18566
3 Pharmacognosy24566
4 Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology22516
5 Human Anatomy and Physiology21616
6 Health Education and Community Pharmacy5516
7 Pharmaceutics II35516
8 Pharmaceutical Chemistry II24516
9 Pharmacology and Toxicology15586
10 Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence6466
11 Drug Store and Business Management6376
12 Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy4367

8.C.Library Staff
Staff Qualification Required Available Remarks of the Inspectors 
1 Librarian D.Lib. 1 Available   
2 Library Attenders 10+2 / PUC 2 Available   

Note: The information provided will be assessed in giving the period of approval
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
D. Pharm 1:60 1:20

2. Date of Commencement of session Commencement Completion
01/08/2016 27/04/2017

3. Vacation No of Days No of Days
Summer : 6 Winter : 2

4. Total No. of working days 180

5. Time Table copy Enclosed Yes


6. Whether the prescribed numbers of classes are being conductud as per PCI norms
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
Pharmaceutics -I 75 93 100 136 25 34
Pharmaceutics Chemistry -I 75 85 75 84 25 28
Pharmacognosy 75 86 75 96 25 32
Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology 50 59 75 93 25 31
Human Anatomy and Physiology 75 85 50 52 25 26
Health Education and Community Pharmacy 50 54 -- 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
Pharmaceutics -II 75 85 100 116 25 29
Pharmaceutics Chemistry -II 100 101 75 96 25 32
Pharmacology and Toxicology 75 83 50 64 25 32
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence 50 54 -- 0 -- 0
Drug Store and Business Management 75 85 -- 0 -- 0
Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy 75 87 50 58 25 29

7. Whether Internal Assessments are conducted periodically as per PCI norms --

8. 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 55.00 29.00 2.00 28.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  
II D.Pharm 56.00 28.00 1.00 29.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00  

9. 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 Miss. EKTA BROKA PHARMACEUTICS 2 PRACTICAL BATCH 1
PHARMACHEMISTRY 1 PRACTICAL BATCH 1 3
PHARMACOGNOSY
0
0
3
0
6
6
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
6
9
2 Mr. BRIJ MOHAN SHARMA HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACY
PHARMACEUTICS 1
0
3
0
10
3
0
0
0
3
13
3 Mr. RAJESH KUMAR GOYAL DRUG STORE AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
PHARMACEUTICS BATCH 1 3
PHARMACOLOGY PRACTICAL
0
3
0
0
0
2
2
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
3
5
2
6
4 Mr. TARUN CHAUDHARY BIOCHEMISTRY
HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACY PRACTICAL BATCH 3
PHARMACOLOGY
2
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
3
0
2
0
11
2
3
5 Mrs. POONAM YADAV PHARMACHEMISTRY 2
PHARMACOGNOSY PRACTICAL BATCH 2
0
0
0
3
4
0
9
0
13
3
6 Mrs. RASHMI WADHWA HEALTH EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY PHARMACY
PHARMACEUTICS 2
2
3
0
11
0
0
0
0
2
14
7 Mrs. Swati choudhary HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACY BATCH 1 2
HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY PRACTICAL BATCH 1 2
PHARMACEUTICAL JURISPRUDENCE
PHARMACHEMISTRY 1
0
0
0
3
0
4
2
3
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
4
4
2
6

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors
IV - PERSONNEL
TEACHING STAFF
1. 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 TARUN CHAUDHARYLecturerB Pharm, 09/01/200710.7 0.04158
2 BRIJ MOHAN SHARMALecturerB Pharm, 01/07/200413.2 0.011915
3 RASHMI WADHWAHead of DepartmentM Pharm, B Pharm, 02/08/20107.1 0.90015781
4 Swati choudharyLecturerB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/09/20143.0 0.028072
5 POONAM YADAVPrincipal/DirectorM Pharm, B Pharm, 01/08/20116.1 0.022102
6 EKTA BROKALecturerB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/08/20170.1 2.915609
7 RAJESH KUMAR GOYALLecturerB Pharm, M Pharm, 01/09/20161.0 3.88039

2. Qualification and Number of Staff Members
Number of staff members required: 07
Qualification
B Pharm M Pharm PhD Others
11 8 0 0 Part Time

3. Details of Faculty Retention for:
Name of Faculty Member Period Percentage
MR. B.M SHARMA Duration of 15 year and above 14
MR. TARUN CHAUDHARY Duration of 10 year and above 14
MRS. RASHMI WADHWA MRS. POONAM YADAV Duration of 5 year and above 29
MRS. SWATI CHAUDHARY MISS. EKTA BROKA MR. RAJESH KUMAR GOYAL Less than 5 years 43

4. Details of Faculty Turnover
Name of Faculty Member Period More than 50% 50% 25% Less than 25%
MRS. POONAM YADAV MRS. RASHMI WADHWA MR. B.M SHARMA MR. TARUN CHAUDHARY MISS. EKTA BROKA MRS. SWATI CHAUDHARY MR. RAJESH KUMAR GOYAL % of faculty retained in last 3 yrs Yes No No No

5. Number of Non-teaching staff available for D. Pharm course for intake of 60 students:
Sl No. Designation Required Number Required Qualification
Available
Number Qualification
Remarks of the Inspectors
1 Laboratory technician 02 D. Pharm
2 D PHARM
2 Labortory Assistants/ Attenders 04 SSLC
3 BA
3 Office Superintendent 1 Degree
1 BA
4 Accountant cum Clark 1 Degree
0
5 Store keeper 1 D. Pharm
1 D PHARM
6 Computer Data Operator 1 10+2 with computer training
1 BA
7 Peon 2 SSLC
2 8TH
8 Cleaning personnel 04 ---
3 8TH
9 Gardener 01 ---
1 8TH

6. 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 POONAM YADAVM Pharm, B Pharm, Principal/Director3123007807312300000673110310000190AGTP48745k0042160
2 RASHMI WADHWAM Pharm, B Pharm, Head of Department2613806535261400000673110110003019ABWPW0527F035288
3 Swati choudharyB Pharm, M Pharm, Lecturer198000000000082082200024177BELPC0480E 19800
4 TARUN CHAUDHARYB Pharm, Lecturer259940649825990000029614ALHPC9467H035091
5 BRIJ MOHAN SHARMAB Pharm, Lecturer2695604043269600000673110110009675AKMPM3750B033695
6 EKTA BROKAB Pharm, M Pharm, Lecturer2000000000000673110310000463ABGF6787KU020000
7 RAJESH KUMAR GOYALB Pharm, M Pharm, Lecturer1600000000000673110110009746ALHPG8480E016000


7. Whether facilities for Research / Higher studies are provided to the faculty?
(Inspectors to verify documents pertaining to the above)
8. Whether faculty members are allowed to attend workshops and seminars?
(Inspectors to verify documents pertaining to the above)
9. Scope for the promotion for faculty: Promotions
10. Gratuity Provided
11. Details of Non-teaching staff members (list to be enclosed)
NameDesignationQualificationDOJExperience
RAJESH KUMAR Office Superintendent BA 28/06/2004 21
NEETA PARASHAR Librarian MLIB BLIB 03/08/2011 06
MAHAVIR Computer Data Operator BA 01/07/2004 15
TEJ SINGH Labortory Assistants BA 01/02/2007 10
BHANWAR SINGH Labortory Assistants 12TH 13/09/2007 10
MAHENDER Peon 8TH 28/06/2004 13
RAKESH Labortory Assistants 9TH 01/09/2014 03
JOGINDER Peon 8TH 28/06/2004 19
SHRIPAL Gardener 8TH 30/08/2010 20
KEHAR SINGH Cleaning personnel 8TH 28/06/2004 21
BHIM SINGH Cleaning personnel 9TH 28/06/2004 20
ANIL KUMAR Cleaning personnel 5TH 02/12/2013 03
NEERAJ KUMAR Laboratory Technician D PHARM 27/09/2004 13
RAJESH KUMAR Laboratory Technician D PHARM 01/09/2016 01
MONIKA Steno Grapher MBA 01/09/2016 01
MANOJ KUMAR Typiest MBA 01/09/2016 01
ANUJ GARG Store keeper D PHARM 02/01/2017 08 M
YASHVIR First Division Assistant B TECH 02/01/2017 08 M
AJAY SHARMA Second Division Assistant 12TH 02/01/2017 08 M
VINEET KUMAR Second Division Assistant ITI 02/01/2017 08 M
     
12. 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 No  
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  


PART - VI

Financial Resource Allocation and Utilization for the past Three years
(Audited Accounts for the 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
 
44110 0 0
150000 0 73760
300000 0 0
 

Total amount spent on Chemical, Glassware, Equipments, Books and Journals for the past Three Years
(Enclose purchase invoice)
Total budget allocated Sanctioned Incurred
Total budget allocated Sanctioned Incurred
Total budget allocated Sanctioned Incurred
Remarks of the Inspectors*
Chemicals 8900 0
Chemicals 10000 9290
Chemicals 7000 0
 
Glassware 10290 0
Glassware 5000 3257
Glassware 6500 0
 
Equipment 0 0
Equipment 0 75000
Equipment 0 156221
 
Books 15460 0
Books 30000 32230
Books 80628 0
 
Journals 9460 0
Journals 22000 22531
Journals 24000 0
 
*Last three years including this academic year till the date of inspection

Signature of the Head of the Institution Signature of the Inspectors

PART VII – EQUIPMENT AND APPARATUS
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 Percolator515Yes 
3 Tincture Press12Yes 
4 Hand Grinding Mill12Yes 
5 Disintegrator11Yes 
6 Ball mill11Yes 
7 Hand operated Tablet machine13Yes 
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 unit11No 
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)020Yes 
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 slab040Yes 
36 Ointment spatula040Yes 
37 Pestle and mortar porcelain066Yes 
38 Pestle and mortar glass021Yes 
39 Suppository moulds of three sizes027Yes 
40 Refrigerator11Yes 

NOTE: Adequate numbers of glassware commonly used in the laboratory should be provided in each laboratory and the 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 set22Yes 
6 Electronic balance11Yes 
7 Periodic table chart01Yes 

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

Physiology & Pharmacology Laboratory
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Haemoglobinometer2021Yes 
2 Haemocytometer1011Yes 
3 Student’s organ bath12Yes 
4 Sherington’s rotating drum13Yes 
5 Frog board010Yes 
6 Tray (dissecting)05Yes 
7 Frontal writing lever015Yes 
8 Aeration tube015Yes 
9 Telethermometer11Yes 
10 Pole climbing apparatus11Yes 
11 Histamine chamber11Yes 
12 Simple lever015Yes 
13 Sterling heart lever010Yes 
14 Aerator05Yes 
15 Histological Slides060Yes 
16 Sphygmomanometer (B.P. apparatus)510Yes 
17 Stethoscope57Yes 
18 First aid equipment02Yes 
19 Contraceptive device04Yes 
20 Dissecting (surgical) instruments05Yes 
21 Balance for weighing small Animals11Yes 
22 Kymograph paper0200Yes 
23 Actophotometer11Yes 
24 Analgesiometer11Yes 
25 Thermometer020Yes 
26 Plastic animal cage02Yes 
27 Double unit organ bath with thermostat11Yes 
28 Refrigerator11Yes 
29 Digital balance11Yes 
30 Charts012Yes 
31 Human skeleton11Yes 
32 Anatomical specimen (Heart, brain, eye,,ear,,reproductive system etc.,)015Yes 
33 Electro-convulsiometer11Yes 
34 Stop watch010Yes 
35 Clamp, boss heads, screw clips015Yes 
36 Syme’s Cannula015Yes 

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

Pharmacognosy Laboratory
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Projection Microscope11Yes 
2 Charts (different types)025Yes 
3 Models (different types)025Yes 
4 Permanent Slides0100Yes 
5 Slides and Cover Slips0500Yes 

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

Pharmacy Practice Laboratory
Equipments:
Sl. No.NameMinimum required Nos.Available Nos.WorkingRemarks of the Inspectors
1 Colorimeter22Yes 
2 Microscope040Yes 
3 Permanent slides (skin, kidney, pancreas, smooth muscle, liver etc.,)018Yes 
4 Watch glass020Yes 
5 Centrifuge11Yes 
6 Biochemical reagents for analysis of normal and pathological constituents in urine and blood facilities020Yes 
7 Filtration equipment22Yes 
8 Filling Machine11Yes 
9 Sealing Machine11Yes 
10 Autoclave sterilizer11Yes 
11 Membrane filter01Yes 
12 Sintered glass funnel with complete filtering assemble01Yes 
13 Small disposable membrane filter for IV admixture filtration01Yes 
14 Laminar air flow bench11Yes 
15 Vacuum pump11Yes 
16 Oven11Yes 
17 Surgical dressing02Yes 
18 Incubator11Yes 
19 PH meter11Yes 
20 Disintegration test apparatus11Yes 
21 Hardness tester11Yes 
22 Centrifuge11Yes 
23 Magnetic stirrer11Yes 
24 Thermostatic bath11Yes 

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


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





Specific obserations if not compiled







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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.

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