Tracking Number: SIF/2014/100095

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

Govt. Polytechnic, Champawat

Complete postal address:

Govt. Polytechnic Lohaghat (Champawat) - 262 524

Telephone number with STD Code

05965  234535

Fax No

05965234535

Email

gplpoly1975@gmail.com

Year of establishment

1975

Status of the course conducting body

Government


A - I.2

Name of the Society/Trust/Management

DIRECTOR

Address

DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION SRINAGAR GARHWAL UTTRAKHAND

Telephone Number with STD Code

01346  250169

Fax No

250169

Email

dte2003@rediffmail.com

Website

www.gplohaghat.org.in


A - I.3

Name of the person to be contacted by phone

MR RAJEEV SINGH

Designation

PRINCIPAL

Address

DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION SRINAGAR GARHWAL UTTRAKHAND

STD Code

05962

Telephone Number

Office

234535

Residence

234535

Mobile

Fax No

234535

Email

dte2003@rediffmail.com


A - I.4

Name of the Head of the Institution

PRINCIPAL

Address

DIRECTORATE OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION SRINAGAR GARHWAL UTTRAKHAND


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

2014-15

24089

16/04/2014

b. APPROVAL STATUS

Name of the Course

Approved Upto

Intake Approved and Admitted

PCI

State Govt

University

Remarks of the Inspectors

D Pharm

2014-15

Approved Letter No & Date

17-1/2012-PCI/60389-723 DATED 12 OCT 2012

0

0

 

Approved Intake

40

0

0

 

Actually Admitted

39

0

0

 

c. STATUS OF APPLICATION

Course

Extension of
Approval

Increase in
Intake of Seates

Remarks

Current Intake

Proposed increase in Intake

D Pharm

Yes

No

40

0

Note: Enclose relevant documents


A - I.6

Whether other educational institutions/courses are also being run by the trust/instiutuion in the same building/campus?

If yes, give status

Yes

A - I.6 a

Status of the Pharmacy Course:

Independent Building

Yes

Wing of Another College

No

Separate Campus

Yes

Multi Institutional Campus

No


Examining Authority:

Diploma Course

Name with Complete Postal address, telephone No.
and STD Code.

The Secretary Uttaranchal Board of Tech. Education 37 -3, Civil Lines,Opp. Shiv Mandir Roorkee – 247 667, Distt. Haridwar


Signature of the Head of the Institution

Signature of the Inspectors

B - DETAILS OF THE INSTITUTION

B - I.1

Name of the Principal

MR RAJEEV SINGH

Qualification/ Experience

Qualification*

Teaching Experience
Required

Actual experience

Remarks of the
Inspectors

M. Pharm

Yes

05 Years

34

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

13/04/2012

MORE JOURNALS TO SUBSCRIBED AND DISPLAY TO STUDENT PROPERLY

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

Yes

Yes

Yes

Non-Teaching Staff

State Government

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes


B - I.4

D Pharm Course: Admission statement for the past three years

ACADEMIC YEAR

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

Sanctioned

40

40

40

No. of Admissions

39

39

37

Unfilled Seats

1

1

3

No of Excess Admission

0

0

0


B - I.5

Academic information: Percentage of D Pharm results for the past three years:

ACADEMIC YEAR

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

D Pharm

90

87


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)?

Yes

If no give reasons

N.A.

NSS Program Officer's Name

MR T C CHAUBE

Programme Conducted Details

ORGANIZATION OF CAMP, SOCIAL ACTIVITIES.

Whether students participating in University level cultural
activities/Co-curricular/Sports activities

Yes

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

14962000.00

b. Others

0.00

2.

Tuition Fee

3292387.00

1.

Building

0.00

3.

Library Fee

78000.00

2.

Equipment

123737.00

4.

Sports Fee

58500.00

3.

Others

0.00

5.

Union Fee

0.00

REVENUE EXPENDITURE

6.

Others

0.00

1.

Salary

11285839.00

 

2.

Maintenance Expenditure

i. College

30455.00

ii. Others

243283.00

3.

University Fee

0.00

4.

Apex Bodies Fee

0.00

5.

Government Fee

0.00

6.

Deposit held by the College

3292387.00

7.

Others

58130.00

8.

Misc. Expenditure

0.00

Total

18390887.00

Total

14910094.00

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

6580

Amenities and Circulation Area

334


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

133

 

[* To accomodate 60 students]


3. Laboratory requirement

Sl.No.

Infrastructure for

Available No.

Area in Sq. mts

Remarks

1

Laboratory Area for D.Pharm Course

5

410

2

Pharmaceutics

1

80

3

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

1

100

4

Physiology and Pharmacology

1

70

5

Pharmacy Practice

1

80

6

Pharmacognosy

1

80

7

Animal House

0

0

8

Preparation Room for each lab

5

56

9

Area of the Machine Room

1

89

10

Aseptic Room

1

11

11

Store Room I

1

65

12

Store Room II Inflammable chemicals

1

10


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

65

 

2

Office - I (including confidential room)

01

40 Sq. mts

1

80

 

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

142

 

5

Museum

01

30 Sq. mts (Maybe attached to the Pharmacognosy lab)

1

40

 

6

Auditorium/ Multi Purpose Hall (Desirable)

01

250 - 300 seating capacity

0

0

 

7

Herbal Garden (Desirable)

01

Adequate Number of Medical Plants

1

50

 


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

90

 

2

Boy's Common Room (Essential)

01

40 Sq. mts

1

50

 

3

Toilet Blocks for Girls

01

25 Sq. mts

1

25

 

4

Toilet Blocks for Boys

01

25 Sq. mts

1

25

 

5

Drinking Water facility - Water cooler (Essential)

01

--

1

1

 

6

Boy's Hostel (Desirable)

01

9 Sq. mts/Room Single occupancy

1

732

 

7

Girls's Hostel (Desirable)

01

9 Sq.mts/Room (Single occupancy) or 20 Sq.mts/Room (Triple occupancy)

1

340

 

8

Power Backup Provision (Desirable)

01

--

2

2

 

9

Canteen

01

100 sq mts.

1

100


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)

16

40

 

Printers

1 Printer for every 10 computers

2

0

 

Xerox Machine

01

--

--

 

Multi Media Projector

02

1

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. 

1

80

 

Staff Quarters

6 x 80 Sq. mts

16

960

 

Parking Area fro staff and students

1

100

 

Bank Extension Counter

0

0

AVAILABLE NEARBY

Cooperative Stores

0

0

AVAILABLE NEARBY

Guest House

80 Sq. mts

1

80

Transport Facility for students

0

0

Medical Fecilities(First Aid)

1

25


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

279

1146

2

Annual Addition of Books

75 books per year

66

162

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.

6

6

4

Library timings

10-17


8.B.Subject wise Classification

Sl. No.

Subject

Available Titles

Available Numbers

Remarks of the Inspectors

1

Pharmaceutics 1

16

47

2

Pharmaceutical Chemistry 1

20

70

3

Pharmacognosy

14

105

4

Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology

12

64

5

Human Anatomy and Physiology

14

78

6

Health Education and Community Pharmacy

12

123

7

Pharmaceutics II

19

67

8

Pharmaceutical Chemistry II

19

71

9

Pharmacology and Toxicology

17

175

10

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

10

40

11

Drug Store and Business Management

9

71

12

Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy

11

61


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

1:40

1:20


2. Date of Commencement of session

Commencement

Completion

26/07/2013

02/06/2014


3. Vacation

No of Days

No of Days

Summer :

30

Winter :

12


4. Total No. of working days

212


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

77

100

102

25

34

Pharmaceutics Chemistry -I

75

76

75

78

25

26

Pharmacognosy

75

80

75

78

25

26

Biochemistry and Clinical Pathology

50

60

75

81

25

27

Human Anatomy and Physiology

75

79

50

51

25

17

Health Education and Community Pharmacy

50

51

--

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

77

100

108

25

34

Pharmaceutics Chemistry -II

100

102

75

78

25

26

Pharmacology and Toxicology

75

98

50

56

25

17

Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

50

53

--

0

--

0

Drug Store and Business Management

75

79

--

0

--

0

Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy

75

77

50

52

25

17


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

0.00

18.00

25.00

21.00

12.00

0.00

2.00

0.00

 

II D.Pharm

0.00

9.00

21.00

30.00

13.00

0.00

5.00

0.00

 


9. Work load of Faculty members for D. Pharm

S.No.

Name of Faculty

Subjects Taught

D. Pharm

Total Work Load

Remarks of the Inspectors

I D. Ph

II D. Ph

 

 

 

Th

Pr

Th

Pr

 

1

Dr. H V SHARMA

DSBM
HECP
PH CHEM II

0
1
0

0
0
0

3
0
4

0
0
6

3
1
10

2

Mr. KAMALESH KUMAR

PH JURISPRUDENCE
PHARMACEUTICS I
PHARMACEUTICS II

2
3
0

0
12
0

0
0
3

0
0
12

2
15
15

3

Mr. MANISH KUMAR BHATT

HAP
HCP
HECP
PH CHEMISTRY I

3
0
1
3

6
0
0
6

0
3
0
0

0
6
0
0

9
9
1
9

4

Mr. RAJEEV SINGH

5

Mr. SUNIL KUMAR

BIOCHEMISTRY AND CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
PH COLOGY
PHARMACOGONSY

2
0
3

6
0
6

0
3
0

0
6
0

8
9
9


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.

Name

Designation

Qualification

Date of Joining

Teaching Experience

State Pharmacy Council Reg No.

Signature of the Faculty

Remarks of the Inspectors

 

 

 

 

 

After UG In Years

After PG In Years

 

1

H V SHARMA

Head of Department

B Pharm,

07/09/2009

5.3

0.0

 

2

SUNIL KUMAR

Lecturer

B Pharm,

30/11/2007

7.1

0.0

 

3

KAMALESH KUMAR

Lecturer

B Pharm,

08/11/2004

10.2

0.0

 


2. Qualification and Number of Staff Members
Number of staff members required: 07

Qualification

B Pharm

M Pharm

PhD

Others

8

2

0

0

Part Time


3. Details of Faculty Retention for:

Name of Faculty Member

Period

Percentage

00

Duration of 15 year and above

0

00

Duration of 10 year and above

0

MR. SUNIL KUMAR MR. KAMLESH KUMAR

Duration of 5 year and above

40

MR. RAJEEV SINGH MR. H V SHARMA MR. MANISH BHATT

Less than 5 years

60


4. Details of Faculty Turnover

Name of Faculty Member

Period

More than 50%

50%

25%

Less than 25%

% of faculty retained in last 3 yrs

No

No

Yes

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

0

2

Labortory Assistants/ Attenders

04

SSLC

2

MSc ORG CHEM

3

Office Superintendent

1

Degree

0

4

Accountant cum Clark

1

Degree

1

BA

5

Store keeper

1

D. Pharm

0

6

Computer Data Operator

1

10+2 with computer training

0

7

Peon

2

SSLC

3

12TH

8

Cleaning personnel

04

---

0

9

Gardener

01

---

1

8TH


6. Scale of pay for Teaching faculty (to be enclosed):

S.No.

Name

Qualification

Designation

Basic Pay

D.P.

DA

HRA

CCA & Additional Pay

Other Allowances

Deductions

Bank A/C No

PAN No

EPF A/C No

Total

Signature

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PT

TDS

EPF

 

 

 

 

1

SUNIL KUMAR

B Pharm,

Lecturer

20450

0

25850

0

0

0

0

2500

0

30406039911

ALGPA5925M

NTL/CPSN/9573

44261

2

KAMALESH KUMAR

B Pharm,

Lecturer

22030

5400

27430

0

0

540

0

3000

0

2007747

AXPA2014J

COEDU/36244

40291

3

H V SHARMA

B Pharm,

Head of Department

20450

0

25850

0

325

270

0

2500

2000

10803679596

AJZPS3057P

MTEDU/5132

44261

4

RAJEEV SINGH

M Pharm, B Pharm,

Principal/Director

34350

0

41950

0

0

0

0

5000

0

1556000400004403

AFFPS3884N

0

73791

5

MANISH KUMAR BHATT

B Pharm,

Lecturer

15000

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30997740742

BNOPM4215M

 

15000



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)

Name

Designation

Qualification

DOJ

Experience

MR. D. K. SHARMA

Labortory Assistants

MSc ORG CHEM

04/04/2005

09

MR. D. C. LOHAMI

Labortory Assistants

BSc

02/01/1981

33

MR. DEEPAK BHATT

Peon

12TH

14/03/2005

09

MR. B. C. RAI

Administrative Officer

MA ENG

02/12/1976

35

MR C. S. BISHT

Accountant

BA

16/02/1981

30

Mr R.D. Rajbhar

Librarian

MLib

19/01/2000

14

Smt Puspa

Peon

5TH

02/01/1992

19

Mr. Harish Rai

Gardener

8TH

19/09/1989

24

SMT. Pusha Joshi

Second Division Assistant

12TH

18/03/2004

10

MR. KAILASH SINGH

Peon

10TH

10/03/2004

09

 

 

 

 

 

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

Yes

 

12

Job Cards for laboratories

Yes

 

13

Standrad operating Procedures (SOP's) for Equipment

Yes

 

14

Laboratory Manuals

Yes

 

15

Stock Register for Equipment

Yes

 

16

Animal House Records as per CPCSEA

No

 


PART - VI


Financial Resource Allocation and Utilization for the past Three years
(Audited Accounts for the previous year to be enclosed)

Expenditure in Rs.
2012-2013

Expenditure in Rs.
2013-2014

Expenditure in Rs.
2014-2015

Remarks of the Inspectors*

Total budget sanctioned

Recurring

Non Recurring

Total budget sanctioned

Recurring

Non Recurring

Total budget sanctioned

Recurring

Non Recurring

 

0

140000

0

110000

110000

0

145000

145000

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

89809

89809

Chemicals

90705

90705

Chemicals

109710

109710

 

Glassware

0

0

Glassware

0

0

Glassware

0

0

 

Equipment

0

0

Equipment

0

0

Equipment

0

0

 

Books

100000

101492

Books

0

0

Books

100000

113203

 

Journals

0

15000

Journals

0

15000

Journals

0

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.

Name

Minimum required Nos.

Available Nos.

Working

Remarks of the Inspectors

1

Continuous Hot Extraction Equipment

5

5

Yes

 

2

Conical Percolator

5

20

Yes

 

3

Tincture Press

1

1

Yes

 

4

Hand Grinding Mill

1

5

Yes

 

5

Disintegrator

1

1

Yes

 

6

Ball mill

1

1

Yes

 

7

Hand operated Tablet machine

1

3

Yes

 

8

Tablet Coating Pan unit with hot air blower laboratory size

1

1

Yes

 

9

Polishing pan laboratory size

1

1

Yes

 

10

Monsanto’s hardness tester

1

3

Yes

 

11

Pfizer type hardness tester

1

4

Yes

 

12

Tablet disintegration test apparatus IP

1

2

Yes

 

13

Tablet dissolution test apparatus IP

1

1

Yes

 

14

Granulating sieve set

10

30

Yes

 

15

Tablet counter – small size

5

5

Yes

 

16

Friability tester

1

1

Yes

 

17

Collapsible tube – Filling and sealing equipment

1

3

Yes

 

18

Capsule filling machine – Lab size

1

2

Yes

 

19

Digital balance

1

1

Yes

 

20

Distillation unit for distilled water

2

2

Yes

 

21

Deionisation unit

1

1

Yes

 

22

Glass distillation unit for water for injection

1

2

Yes

 

23

Ampoule washing machine

1

1

Yes

 

24

Ampoule filling and sealing machine

1

1

Yes

 

25

Sintered glass filters for bacteria proof filtration (four different grades)

0

2

Yes

 

26

Millipore filter ( 3 grades)

0

1

Yes

 

27

Autoclave

1

2

Yes

 

28

Hot air sterilizer

1

2

Yes

 

29

Incubator

1

2

Yes

 

30

Aseptic cabinet

1

2

Yes

 

31

Ampoule clarity test equipment

1

2

Yes

 

32

Blender

1

2

Yes

 

33

Sieves set (Pharmacopoeial standard)

2

10

Yes

 

34

Lab Centrifuge

1

2

Yes

 

35

Ointment slab

0

40

Yes

 

36

Ointment spatula

0

40

Yes

 

37

Pestle and mortar porcelain

0

40

Yes

 

38

Pestle and mortar glass

0

40

Yes

 

39

Suppository moulds of three sizes

0

10

Yes

 

40

Refrigerator

1

1

Yes

 


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

Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Equipments:

Sl. No.

Name

Minimum required Nos.

Available Nos.

Working

Remarks of the Inspectors

1

Refractometer

1

1

Yes

 

2

Polarimeter

1

1

Yes

 

3

Photoelectric colorimeter

1

1

Yes

 

4

Ph meter

1

1

Yes

 

5

Atomic model set

2

2

Yes

 

6

Electronic balance

1

1

Yes

 

7

Periodic table chart

0

2

Yes

 


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.

Name

Minimum required Nos.

Available Nos.

Working

Remarks of the Inspectors

1

Haemoglobinometer

20

28

Yes

 

2

Haemocytometer

10

18

Yes

 

3

Student’s organ bath

1

5

Yes

 

4

Sherington’s rotating drum

1

7

Yes

 

5

Frog board

0

10

Yes

 

6

Tray (dissecting)

0

10

Yes

 

7

Frontal writing lever

0

5

Yes

 

8

Aeration tube

0

5

Yes

 

9

Telethermometer

1

1

Yes

 

10

Pole climbing apparatus

1

1

Yes

 

11

Histamine chamber

1

1

Yes

 

12

Simple lever

0

5

Yes

 

13

Sterling heart lever

0

5

Yes

 

14

Aerator

0

5

Yes

 

15

Histological Slides

0

80

Yes

 

16

Sphygmomanometer (B.P. apparatus)

5

5

Yes

 

17

Stethoscope

5

5

Yes

 

18

First aid equipment

0

2

Yes

 

19

Contraceptive device

0

5

Yes

 

20

Dissecting (surgical) instruments

0

2

Yes

 

21

Balance for weighing small Animals

1

1

Yes

 

22

Kymograph paper

0

1

Yes

 

23

Actophotometer

1

1

Yes

 

24

Analgesiometer

1

1

Yes

 

25

Thermometer

0

5

Yes

 

26

Plastic animal cage

0

5

Yes

 

27

Double unit organ bath with thermostat

1

3

Yes

 

28

Refrigerator

1

1

Yes

 

29

Digital balance

1

1

Yes

 

30

Charts

0

50

Yes

 

31

Human skeleton

1

1

Yes

 

32

Anatomical specimen (Heart, brain, eye,,ear,,reproductive system etc.,)

0

20

Yes

 

33

Electro-convulsiometer

1

1

Yes

 

34

Stop watch

0

10

Yes

 

35

Clamp, boss heads, screw clips

0

5

Yes

 

36

Syme’s Cannula

0

5

Yes

 


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

Pharmacognosy Laboratory

Equipments:

Sl. No.

Name

Minimum required Nos.

Available Nos.

Working

Remarks of the Inspectors

1

Projection Microscope

1

0

Yes

 

2

Charts (different types)

0

50

Yes

 

3

Models (different types)

0

10

Yes

 

4

Permanent Slides

0

50

Yes

 

5

Slides and Cover Slips

0

50

Yes

 


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.

Name

Minimum required Nos.

Available Nos.

Working

Remarks of the Inspectors

1

Colorimeter

2

2

Yes

 

2

Microscope

0

40

Yes

 

3

Permanent slides (skin, kidney, pancreas, smooth muscle, liver etc.,)

0

0

Yes

 

4

Watch glass

0

10

Yes

 

5

Centrifuge

1

1

Yes

 

6

Biochemical reagents for analysis of normal and pathological constituents in urine and blood facilities

0

0

Yes

 

7

Filtration equipment

2

2

Yes

 

8

Filling Machine

1

2

Yes

 

9

Sealing Machine

1

2

Yes

 

10

Autoclave sterilizer

1

1

Yes

 

11

Membrane filter

0

1

Yes

 

12

Sintered glass funnel with complete filtering assemble

0

5

Yes

 

13

Small disposable membrane filter for IV admixture filtration

0

0

Yes

 

14

Laminar air flow bench

1

1

Yes

 

15

Vacuum pump

1

1

Yes

 

16

Oven

1

2

Yes

 

17

Surgical dressing

0

0

Yes

 

18

Incubator

1

1

Yes

 

19

PH meter

1

1

Yes

 

20

Disintegration test apparatus

1

1

Yes

 

21

Hardness tester

1

1

Yes

 

22

Centrifuge

1

1

Yes

 

23

Magnetic stirrer

1

1

Yes

 

24

Thermostatic bath

1

1

Yes

 


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


Signature of the Head of the Institution

Signature of the Inspectors

Observations of the Inspectors:

Compliance of the last recommendations by Inspectors




Specific obserations if not compiled






Signature of Inspectors:

1.

2.

 

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

Signature of the Head of the Institution

Signature of the Inspectors