Brief Profile of the Department
The Department of Pharmacy in Tripura University (A Central University) was established in 2011 with the goal of postgraduate education and research training in pharmaceutical sciences- first time in Tripura. The primary objective of the Department of Pharmacy is to develop programs relevant to current global standards and challenges of pharmaceutical education and research. The Department of Pharmacy also endeavors for excellence in research to develop novel therapeutics for contemporary health problems. Master of Pharmacy (M. Pharm., a four-semester full time program) and Ph.D. degrees are offered by the University in various disciplines of pharmaceutical sciences. The programs amalgamate advanced theoretical knowledge with independent research training in the field of pharmaceutical sciences under the supervision of faculty members. Courses in our curriculum emphasize on promoting therapeutic effects of drugs or minimizing toxicity through interdisciplinary pharmaceutical and biomedical approaches. The candidates receive basic and advance knowledge in the areas of medicinal and bioorganic chemistry, biopharmaceutics, modern analytical techniques and structure-based drug research. The courses also emphasize on effective use of modern science databases and scientific writing techniques. The programs are designed to provide professional job opportunities for students in pharmaceutical industry and academia in India and worldwide.
Year of Establishment:
Head of the Department:
Prof. Mahesh Kumar Singh
- M. Pharm. (Two years divided into four semesters including thesis work)
- Ph.D. (Six months course work and thesis work)
- 10 (Ten) M. Pharm. students per academic year
- Ph.D. as per ongoing vacancy
Address of Communication:Department of Pharmacy,
Tripura University (A Central University),
Suryamaninagar, Pin – 799 022,
Major Research Areas are :
- Discovery and characterization of novel macromolecular drug targets.
- Structure-based design and development of potential drugs using medicinal and bioorganic chemistry approaches.
- Application of biopharmaceutical and toxicological principles (ADME/Tox) in understanding disease pathophysiology and optimizing therapeutics (drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics, drug interactions, toxicology).
- Natural product-based discovery and characterization of new chemical entities as potential drugs.
- Estimation of APIs and formulated drugs as per Pharmacopeias (IP, BP, USP and Others) methods.
- Application of modern analytical methods and quality assurance principles in pharmaceutical research.
|Photo||Name||Title of Thesis & Supervisor||Contact Details|
|Priyatosh Sarkar||Not yet decided
Supervisor: Dr. Kuntal Manna
|Prasenjit Das||DRW||Ph:0381- 237-9149|