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About The School

The IEC School of Pharmacy offers an under graduate & Post graduate degree program in Pharmacy. It aims to acquaint students with the knowledge, attitudes, and skills required for contemporary clinical pharmacy practice. The School enjoys the state-of-the-art research labs and the faculty list comprises some of the well qualified and experienced names in the field. IEC School Top University for B.pharma seeks to develop in each member of the community the ability and passion to work wisely, creatively and effectively for the betterment of nation and society.


Our Mission:

The mission of the IEC School of Pharmacy is to impart quality education to students for their overall development as a good pharmacist as well as a good citizen with the best professional skills to meet future challenges of globalization and great Indian values.

Our Vision:

  • To provide value based education and mold the younger generation through the synthesis of Science and Technology so that their earnest endeavors to achieve progress and prosperity in life.
  • To foster the intellectual, social, emotional, physical, spiritual, and aesthetic development of the students in order to enhance their quality of life.
  • To evoke and inculcate in the students a pride for cultural heritage of India coupled with the best from modern education and adopting them according to the need of the hour.

Goals:

  • To establish the institute as a center of excellence for providing pharmacy education.
  • To play a lead role in uplifting the status of pharmacy practice in India to the world level, facilitating the much needed pharmaceutical services to the community.
  • To produce globally competent pharmacy professionals.

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Principal Message

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Message to Students:

Let us think of education as the means of developing our greatest abilities, because in each of us, there is a hope and dream which is yet to be fulfilled. That can be translated in to benefit for everyone in the civilized society and greater strength for our "NATION" and it takes someone special to be an educator; a person who cares for others, and aims to help students to fulfill their inherent potentials. The best teacher is capable, dedicated, and hard Working, along with an interest in making a substantial difference in the future of Student Community & making them globally recognized. IEC School of Pharmacy has a lively and encouraging academic environment in which faculties and students interact to the fullest. All of us are connected by an interest in field of pharmacy striving hard to serve the society by educating and implementing research to prevent and treat disease. The new facility is well on the way of helping future pharmacists learn in an innovative way. I, along with my faculty intend to build a concrete foundation for students which will encourage them to achieve success in the field of pharmacy which in turn will help the community.

Message to parents:

Entering a University from school is a big transition for most students and for their families as well. First year is a time to explore new programs, courses and experiences. Until now parents have likely been very involved in ward's education, they helped them take important decisions, but from the moment students are admitted to the institute, they are treated as adults, in the sense that, for all academic, financial and other matters, Institute deals directly with the students, but not with their parents. This is an obligation and an important part of their development into responsible citizens. Parents are hereby advised to encourage their wards to become more independent during their Institute experience to allow them to succeed in Institution and near future. The concept of "doing the best" rather than "being the best" should be promoted.

Parents should also encourage the on-campus involvement of their wards, to use library facilities, explore the internet, participate in association activities, games and other activities outside of classroom, because, such students tend to perform better academically as well. IEC School of Pharmacy does every possible thing to create and develop ragging-free rich scholarly environment where students can feel safe to learn, work and live.

Bottom-line is, parents should continue to demonstrate love and patience while their wards goes through this major transition and celebrate their discoveries and successes with them.

“Wishing you to flourish in flying colors”

Dr. Sanjiv Mittal

Principal IEC School of Pharmacy

Faculty

S. No.

Name

Designation

Highest Qualification

Total Experience

Achievements

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  1. 1

Dr. Sanjiv Mittal


Professor and Principal

M. Pharm., Ph.D.

22y 3m

2 Books

17 Research Publications.

28 National/ International Conferences.

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  1. 2

Dr. Vimal Arora

Professor

M. Pharm., Ph.D.

12 y 7m

01 Patent

01 Book

23 Research Publications

18 National/ International Conferences.

Vimal

  1. 3

Mr. Ashok Kumar Sharma

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

1 y 7m

03 Research Publications.

10 National/ International Conferences.


Ashok

  1. 4

Mrs. Sunita Kumari

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

1y 7m

04 Research Publications

11 National/ International Conferences.

01 Workshop.

02 Seminar


Sunita

  1. 5

Ms. Gargi Sharma

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

1y 6m

02 Research Publication

06 National/ International Conferences.

01 Workshop

01 Seminar


Gargi

  1. 6

Mrs. Shalini Chauhan

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

1y 5m

02 Research Publication

03 National/ International Conferences.

01 Workshop

01 Seminar


Shalini

  1. 7

Ms. Neha Sharma

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

0y 7m

01 Research Publication

10 National/ International Conferences.

Neha

  1. 8

Mr. Ankit Kumar Kohli

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

0y 7m

11 National/ International Conferences.

02 Workshops.

Ankit

  1. 9

Ms. Anupama Bisht

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

0y 7m

08 National/ International Conferences.

01 Workshop.

Anupama

  1. 10

Ms. Kriti dabral

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

0y 7m

10 National/ International Conferences.

02 Workshops

Kirti

  1. 11

Ms. Yashika Uniyal

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

0y 7m

10 National/ International Conferences.

02 Workshops

Yashika

  1. 12

Ms. Jyoti Gupta

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

5y 6 m

10 Research Publications

8 National/ International Conferences.

02 Workshops

Jyoti

  1. 13

Mr. Hiteshwar Sharma

Assistant Professor

M. Pharm.

0y 2m

02 National/ International Conferences.

HIteshwar

Teaching Pedagogy

Research

  1. Priyanka, P., Akash deep., Prabodh. C.S and Sanjeev. Mittal., (2010) “Introduction of to hyperlipidemia and its management: A Review”; Pharmacologyonline 2: 251-266.
  2. Akash, D., Sandeep, J., Prabodh. C.S and Sanjeev. M., (2010) “ Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial evaluation of 2,5-Disubstituted-4-Thiazolidione derivatives”; Arabian journal of chemistry doi:1016/j.arabjc.2010.10.032
  3. Harjinder. V., Sanjeev. M., Sandeep. G and Arun. M., (2011) “Anti-diarrhoeal Activity of Ethanolic Extract of Celosia argentea (Linn.)”; International Journal of Innovations Vol. 1(2) 51-58.
  4. Ravi. K. G., Kamal. G and Sanjeev. M., (2012) “Anti-microbial activity of bark of Plumeria alba (Linn.)”; Journal of Pharmacy Research Vol. 5(8) 4342-4343.
  5. Aakash Deep, Priyanka Phogat, Mahesh kumar, Saloni kakkar, Sanjeev k. Mittal and Manav Malhotra., (2012) “New Tetradecanoic acid hydrazones in the search for Antifungal Agents: Synthesis and in vitro evaluations.” “Acta Poloniae Pharmaceutica n Drug Research, Journal Of Polish Pharmaceutical Society Vol. 69 No. 1 pp. 129-133.
  6. Manjit. S., Akash., Sanjeev.M and Ajudhianath. K., (2012) “Mirabilis jalapa–A Review”; International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Vol. 1(3) 22-43.
  7. Ashwani. K. D., Bhawna. C and Sanjeev. M., (2013) “Martynia anua (Linn.) A Review on its Ethnobotany, Phytochemical and Pharmacological profile”; Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry Vol. 1(6) 135-140.
  8. Akash. G and Sanjeev. M., (2013) “Review on Prosopis cineraria: A potential herb of Thar Desert”; Drug Invention Today xxx 1-6.
  9. Akash Deep., Sandeep Jain., Prabodh Chander sharma and Sanjeev. Mittal., Priyanka Phogat., (2014) “ Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial evaluation of 2,5-Disubstituted-4-Thiazolidione derivatives”; Arabian journal of chemistry Arabian Journal of Chemistry 2014, 7(3), 287–291.
  10. Lata S, Mittal SK (2015) “Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry and Pharmacology of Cucumis dipsaceus Ehrenb.”; International Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Research 2015; 7(3); 446-449
  11. Bioinformatics: A Mantra; Pharmakon 2001, Dr. Hari Singh Gaur University, Sagar, M.P. Paper Presented in 54th IPC 2002, Pune, Maharashtara; Preliminary Phytochemical and pharmacological Investigation on the Bark of Casearia esculenta (Roxb.)
  12. Paper presented at staff development programme (sponsored by AICTE) held at Lachoo Memorial College of Science & Technology, Jodhpur (Raj.) May 2004; www.: Information Retrieval System for Herbs.
  13. Formulation and evaluation of mouth dissolving tablets of Ranitidine Hydrochloride; Indian Drugs, 52 (09) September 2015.
  14. Albumin Microspheres: New Approach for Sustained Release Drug delivery; Pushpendra B. Mishra, Vimal Arora, Saurav Kumar, Harpreet Kaur, Nandini Vashisht; International Journal of Novel Drug Delivery; Vol. 5 (4), Oct-Dec 2013; 177-86.
  15. Effect of physicochemical properties of biodegradable polymers on nano drug delivery; Sonam Rana, Hema Choudhary, Vimal Arora, Kanchan Kohli, Vikash Kumar; Polymer Reviews; Vol. 53, 2013; 543-67. (Impact: 7.14)
  16. Mouth Dissolving Tablets: A convenient novel dosage form; Saurav Kumar, Harpreet Kaur, Pushpendra B. Mishra, Nandini Vashisht , Vimal Arora; International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research & Development; Vol. 5(8), Oct 2013; 21-32
  17. Formulation and Evaluation of Egg Albumin based Delayed Release Microspheres of Itraconazole; Arora Vimal et. al.; American Journal of Pharmtech Research; 2013; 3(5); 1-11.
  18. Prodrug: Approach to Better Drug Delivery; Vimal Arora, Vikram Lohar, Sandeep Singhal; International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research; 2012, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 15-21.
  19. Hypoglycemic and Hypolipidemic Effect of Allo-polyherbal Formulations in Streptozotocin induced Diabetes Mellitus in Rats; Vimal Arora, Ratendra Kumar, Anil Bhandari, Veerma Ram, Preeti Vyas; International Journal of Diabetes Mellitus; MS Ref. No.: IJDM-D-10-00064R1 (Available online)
  20. Vitex negundo: A Chinese Chaste Tree; Vimal Arora, , Vikram Lohar, Sandeep Singhal, Anil Bhandari; International Journal of Pharmaceutical Innovations; Vol.: 1, Issue: 5, Nov-Dec 2011; 9-20.
  21. Formula Optimization of Immediate Release Tablet of Clopidogrel Bisulphate free from surface irregularities; Jain Hardik, Arora Vimal, Jitendra Gupta, Anil Bhandari; International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research; Vol. 2; Issue 12; Dec 2011; 3243-3246.
  22. Formulation Development and Evaluation of Mouth Dissolving Tablet of Bambuterol Hydrochloride; Jain Hardik, Arora Vimal, Sharma Vishvanath, Jaithlia Rajiv; International Research Journal of Pharmacy; Vol.: 2, Issue: 7; July 2011; 109-111.
  23. Preparation and Evaluation of Biodegradable Albumin Microspheres of Ketorolac Tromethamine; Jain Hardik; Arora Vimal, Jonwal Nitin, Bhandari Anil; Rapid Inventi: NDDS; Vol: 2011; Issue:3 (ISSN: 0976-3791).
  24. Skin Irritation Study of Intradermal Patch of Chitosan Containing Trazodone Hydrochloride on Rat Skin; Suresh Jain, Manish Goswami, Anil Bhandari, Vimal Arora, International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences; Vol. 2 (3): Jul-Sep 2011.
  25. Nanoburrs: A Novel Approach in the Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease; Jaithlia Rajiv, Jain Hardik, Shah Vaibhav, Arora Vimal; International Research Journal of Pharmacy (ISSN: 2230 –8407); Vol. 2 (5) 2011; 91-92.
  26. Study of Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Herbal Formulation of Spilanthes acmella, Cissus quadrangularis and Lawsonia inermis; Rapid Inventi: Ethnopharmacology; Jonwal Nitin, Mane Pallavi; Jain Hardik; Arora Vimal; Vol.: 2011; Issue: 2. (ISSN: 0976-3805).
  27. Hot Melt Extrusion Technique; Singhal S, Lohar V K, Arora V; Webmed Central; Pharmaceutical Sciences; 2011; 2(1): WMC001459.
  28. Synthesis of Ciprofloxacin Metal Complexes with Marked Antibacterial Activity; Rubal Arora, Vimal Arora, Shobha Sharma, Anil Bhandari; Rapid Inventi: Medicinal Chemistry; 2010, Vol.: 2; Issue: 1. (ISSN: 0976-3821).
  29. Diabetes and Herbals: A Prospect; Vimal Arora, Anil Bhandari, Vikram Lohar; Inventi Impact: Nutraceuticals; 2010; Vol.:1; Issue: 3; 81-91. (ISSN: 0976-7495).
  30. Nitrates and Associated Health Hazards; Vikram Lohar, Rubal Arora, Vimal Arora; WebmedCentral, Environmental Medicine; 2010; 1(10): WMC001067.
  31. Spectrophotometric Method for the Estimation of Mefloquine Hydrochloride; Vimal Arora, Rubal Arora, Anil Bhandari; Asian Journal of Chemistry; Vol. 20, No. 5; 2008; 3319-3323. (Impact Factor= 0.266)
  32. Advances in Direct Compression Technology; Vimal Arora, Rohit Singhal; Pharma Times; Vol.-39, No. 2; Feb 2007; 26-28. (H Index= 5.0)
  33. Advances in Direct Compression Technology; Vimal Arora, Anil Bhandari, V B Gupta; Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics; Vol. 1; Issue 1; Oct –Dec 2006; 18-21. (Impact Factor= 0.46)
  34. Maninder Karan, Preet Kawal, Karan Vasisht. Topical Anti-inflammatory Studies on Barleria prionitis and B. cristata. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences. 2013, 31 (31), 1164-1169.
  35. Preet Kawal Kaur, Karan Vasisht, Maninder Karan. Acute and sub-acute anti-inflammatory evaluation with chemical studies on two species of an indigenous drug ‘Barleria’. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 2014, 6 (11), 377-383.
  36. Preet Kawal Kaur, Karan Vasisht, Maninder Karan. HPTLC method for shanzhiside esters: Simultaneous quantitative analysis of barlerin, acetylbarlerin and shanzhiside methyl ester in Barleria species. Journal of Chromatography and Research Techniques. 2014, 5 (6), 1-8.
  37. Preet Kawal Kaur, Vaibhav Sharma, Maninder Karan. Evaluation of antiarthritic effect of B. prionitis Linn. International Journal of pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research. 37(2), March – April 2016; Article No. 02, Pages: 13-21
  38. Preet Kawal Kaur, Maninder Karan. Evaluation of Antiulcer activity of an indigenous drug Barleria prionitis Linn. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research. 2016; Vol. 7(7): 1000-06.
  39. Preet Kawal Kaur, Vaibhav Sharma, Maninder Karan. A review article on Iridoids. Chemical Reviews. (Under communication).
  40. Vaibhav Sharma, Rina Das, Preet Kawal Kaur, Dinesh Kumar Mehta. Synthesis of some novel triazoles and their biological activities. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Reasearch. (Under communication)
  41. Bala S., Uppal G., Kajal A., Kamboj S., Sharma V., Hydrazones as promising Lead Diversity in bioactivity therapeutic potential in present scenario. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Rev. Res., 18(1): 65-74
  42. Preet Kawal Kaur, Maninder Karan, “ Evaluation of analgesic activity of B. prionitis”.(Under Communication)
  43. Preet Kawal Kaur, Maninder Karan, “ Evaluation of analgesic activity of B. Cristata”. (Under Communication)
  44. Sharma V, Mehta D. K., Bala S., Das R., A review on biologically active Schiff bases. International Journal Universal Pharmacy and biomedical sciences; 2(4); 241-257.
  45. Ashok Kumar, A. C. Rana,“Pharmacognostic and Pharmacological Profile of Traditional Medicinal Plant: Myricanagi”, International research Journal of Pharmacy, December, 2012: 32-37.
  46. Sunita Kumari, Gargi Sharma, Shalini Chauhan,Ashok Kumar, “Spread of Pandemic Zica virus in Humans”, International Journal of Universal Pharmacy and bio Sciences 5(1), January 2016, 113-120
  47. Harinderjit singh, Inderbir singh, Pradeep Kumar, Malvika Goel, V. Rana, “ Formulation and Evaluation of domperidone loaded mineral oil entrapped gel buoyant beeds” Acta pol pharm drug research issue:1, 2011
  48. Sunita kumara, Navis Silvia, “ Zofinopril (ACE Inhibitors) in treatment of type II Diabetic nephropathy in Rats”, IRJP, 2015, 6 (12).
  49. Sunita kumara, Navis Silvia, “ ACE Inhibitors in treatment of Diabetic nephropathy”, International Journal of Pharmaceutical and phytopharmacological research, 2015, 4(4):211-217

Course Offered

B. Pharmacy


Seats: 60
Eligibility: Passed 10+2 (Medical and Non-Medical) from recognized State Education Board or Open School Education Board of Central Govt./State Govt.

B.Pharmacy (2nd Year) Lateral Entry


Eligibility: Passed Diploma in Pharmacy (D. Pharm.) with a minimum of 50% marks from recognized diploma institute.

Laboratories

Pharmaceutics Lab.


Brief Description of Lab: Lab is spacious, Ventilated and well equipped for the conduction of Pharmaceutical experiments like synthesis of various drug formulations like tablets, capsules, powder, syrups, emulsions and suspensions etc

Importance of Lab: Lab provides an excellent work area for every Student to explore himself to various pharmaceutical formulations that helps him in industry and research program. One can improve the healthcare facilities across the world.


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Pharmacognosy Lab.


Brief Description of Lab: Lab is spacious, Ventilated and well equipped for the conduction of Pharmacognostic experiments like: Plant Histology, Extraction processes, Thin Layer Chromatography, etc.

Importance of Lab: Research tools and provides crude drug, herbal healthcare product development platform so that one can improve the healthcare facilities across the world, especially Herbal/Ayurvedic products along with products with nutritional values


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Pharmaceutical Chemistry Lab.


Brief Description of Lab: Lab is spacious, Ventilated and well equipped for the conduction of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Experiments like Chemical Reactions, Synthesis of molecules etc

Importance of Lab: Lab provides an excellent work area for every student to perform routine experiments related to chemical reactions for synthesizing different chemical compound/products and to study structure of chemicals


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Pharmacology Lab.


Brief Description of Lab: Lab is spacious, Ventilated and well equipped for the conduction of Pharmacological Experiments like Bio Assay using suitable software programs, and experiments to check Pharmacological activities of drugs.

Importance of Lab: Lab provides an excellent work area for every Student to explore himself to various drugs and their mechanism of actions that helps him in industry and research program. It gives a platform to explore new dimensions in drug discovery.


Pharmaceutical Analysis Lab.


Brief Description of Lab: Lab is spacious, Ventilated and well equipped for the conduction of routine practicals of Pharmaceutical Analysis using research activities and general analytical tools and techniques for pharmaceutical product analysis like instrumental Analysis, Equipment Analysis, Pharmaceutical Product analysis.

Importance of Lab: Lab provides an excellent work area for every student to explore himself to analysis of various chemicals and pharmaceutical formulations by using sophisticated instruments like I.R., Moisture Balance, Viscometer, Rheometer, etc. this lab. Is a multifaceted platform as it deals with analytical tools used in all other subjects/labs of pharmaceutical sciences


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Central Instrumentation Facility


Brief Description of Central Instrumentation Facility Well Equipped with sophisticated instruments like UV Spectrophotometer, Viscometer, Rheometer and many more.

Importance: Central Instrumentation Facility provide Students an excellent industry like environment and good hand for Operating sophisticated instruments like UV Spectrophotometer, Viscometer, Rheometer and many more.


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Animal House Facility


Brief Description of Animal House Facility: Our Animal House Facility is registered with CPCSEA with Registration Number: 1855/PO/Re/S/16/CPCSEA. We have spacious, ventilated animal house along with well equipped Experimentation rooms.

Importance: Facility is good for the research students for conducting Animal Experimentations.


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Machine Room


Brief Description of Machine room: Our Machine room has many useful laboratory scale machinery like tablet punching machine, tablet coating machine, syrup filling machine, ampoule washing machine and ampoule filling and sealing machine and many more.

Importance: Machine room provides students an excellent simulation of industrial environment and good hand for Operating Machinery, which helps in crafting production skills in our students

Herbal Garden


Brief Description of Herbal Garden: Herbal Garden of IEC School of Pharmacy has more than 50 plants of medicinal importance. It is an integral part of Pharmacy Curriculum, providing background about natural system of medicine

Importance: It provides basic knowledge to the undergraduate students, which is very important for imparting knowledge about natural products and their significance in pharmacy profession.


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Library

A Library is a treasure of knowledge. We are having dual platform for intellectual resources known as books, e-books, journals etc. i.e. we have Departmental Library and Central University Library. As per the need of hour we do have e-resources like deli net package for e-books and e-journals for exposure of our students to the global education and research arena.


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IAEC & CPCSEA Approval

SIF B/60

Syllabus

New B. Pharmacy Course Scheme Effective from Academic Session 2016-17
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Old B. Pharmacy Course Scheme Effective for and Before Academic session 2015-16
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Teaching Pedagogy

The fast changing world economy has posed a challenge to the educational institutions to constantly revamp the discourse patterns. At IEC, we strive to gain a competitive edge in this arena. Having recognized the paradigm shift taking place in the management education to meet the aspiration of industry, we conduct the programs adding suitable values to the personality of students. In the Globalization era, when the corporate houses in business management and IT are expanding their wings all over the globe, need arises to produce quality pool which possesses the skill set required by the employers. Keeping this in mind, we at IEC initiated teaching methodology which works towards enhancing the skills of the students, so that they can be the best human resource to match the industry requirements. To do so IEC has adopted latest techniques in teaching methods which includes case studies, practical exercises, corporate guest lectures to fill up the gap between industry and academics, group activities to teach them how to work in team, practical exercises, and individual counseling for addressing their issues related to academics etc. The use of electronic media like PowerPoint presentations, use of internet, e-learning, mobile learning the classrooms helps students to understand the concepts better. Our students are constantly encouraged to do projects, give presentations, visit industries and attend several guest sessions in addition to individual mentoring sessions with the faculties.

  • Electronic Media
  • Case Studies
  • Group Activities
  • Industrial Visit
  • Individual Counselling
  • Corporate Guest Lectures
  • E-Learning
  • Mobile Learning
  • Practical Exercise
  • Interactive Learning
  • Smart Classes
  • Seminars
  • Research Oriented Teaching
  • Foreign University Exchange Programs
  • Personality Development Sessions
  • Pre Placement Trainings
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Pharmacy Career

Careers in pharmacy offer many benefits and opportunities. These include working in the community, a hospital, home health care, pharmaceutical research companies, nursing homes, government health agencies, and higher education. Pharmacists play a vital role in improving patient care through the medicine and information they provide. Pharmacy is a well-rounded career blending science, health care, direct patient contact, computer technology and business. In addition, pharmacy has excellent earning potential and is consistently ranked as one of the most highly trusted professions due to the care and service pharmacists provide. Followings are the Carriers in Pharmacy:

  1. Drug inspector.
  2. Food inspector.
  3. Drug commissioner (state government)
  4. Drug controller (central government)
  5. Drug analyst in government testing lab
  6. Analyst in private testing lab.
  7. Research scientist.
  8. Drug regulatory affairs.
  9. Quality control chemist in pharmaceutical industries.
  10. Production Pharmacist/Chemist in pharmaceutical industries.
  11. Lecturer/Assistant professor. Associate professor and professor.
  12. Clinical pharmacist (Government or Private Hospitals).
  13. Pharmacist in other government or private organizations like in railway and defense, institutions & airport, shopping corporations and embassies.
  14. As medical representatives for sales and marketing.
  15. Entrepreneur, retail and wholesale medical store.
  16. Pharmacovigilance Executive
  17. Executive Drug Regulatory Affairs.
  18. Bright opportunity in abroad for above jobs

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Infrastructure & Facilities

Extensive Digital Library:

Over 30,000 books, 100 journals and magazines on different subjects. Beautifully designed and with a seating capacity to accommodate 200 students has cubicles for faculty and research students Has subsription to national & internationale-journals like IEEE/IEE, springer, ACM, ASCE Emrald Management Xtra through membership of INDEST Consortia of Indian Institute of Technology,Dehli. An active member of Developing Liabrary Network (DELNET) for resource sharing. Photocopying, scanning & printing services within the liabrary building.

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Computing Facilities:

250 Pentium IV workstations runnning on Windows 2003, Windows XP Pro, Linux and SCO Unix. All classrooms and offices equipped with 24*7 Internet connectivity with a 150 Mbps leased line Classroom and conference room fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN. Computer lab with 600 system for common purpose. All departments using CAD and CAM. Separate computer lab for each school and department with specialised software.

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Canteen:

  • Multi- cuisine canteen
  • Spread over an area of 10,000 square feet
  • Can accommodate 400 students
  • Modern cooking appliances

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Hostel & Transportation:

  • Off campus hostel for both boys & girls
  • Pick & drop facility
  • Fleet of 20 buses

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Wi fi Enabled Campus & Modern Classroom:

Ours is a w ifi enabled campus enabling uninterrupted access to high speed internet 24*7.

  • Modern classrooms.
  • Outfitted with the latest technology
  • Spacious classrooms
  • Equipped with all the necessary presentation facilities and also have video conferencing facility.
  • All classroom and offices are equipped with 24*7 Internet connectivity with a 150 Mbps leased line.
  • Every classroom and conference room is fitted with LCD projection facilities and LAN . Lectures are typically augmentes by multimedia.

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List of Faculty at IEC University

S.No Name Designation Qualification
1 Dr. Sanjiv Mittal Principal & Professor B.Pharm, PHD, M.Pharm
2 Dr. Vimal Arora Professor B.Pharm, PHD, M.Pharm
3 Dr. PreetKawal Kaur Associate Professor B.Pharm, PHD, M.Pharm
4 Mr. Vaibhav Sharma Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
5 Mr. Ashok Kumar Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
6 Mr. Harinderjit Singh Sidhu Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
7 Mr. Puneet Singla Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
8 Ms. Mona Seth Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
9 Ms. Sunita Kumari Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
10 Mr. Mahender Kumar Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
11 Ms. Shilpa Gupta Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, PHD, M.Pharm
12 Mr. Ishant Singla Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm
13 Ms. Gargi Sharma Asstt. Professor B.Pharm, M.Pharm

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Achivements

Some achievements of Dr. Bhanu have been summarized here as follows:

  • Having more than Eighteen years research / teaching experience.
  • More than forty-five publications to his credit in Scientific International and National Journals.
  • Presented research work in more than twenty International / National Pharmacy & Biotechnology conferences, seminars, & workshops.
  • Presented two research papers in International Conference entitled “AAPS 2006 National Biotechnology Conference” which was organized by American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists in Boston, USA during June 18-21, 2006, and received 100 % travel grant from AICTE, MHRD.
  • Reviewer / Manuscript Evaluator of “International Journal of Pharmaceutical & Biomedical Analysis” (An Elsevier Publication), International Journal of Pharmaceutical Biology” (An Elsevier Publication) and “Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics”.
  • BOG Member / Selection Committee Expert member for various Institutes of UPTU.
  • Selected for “MARQUIS WHO’S WHO IN ASIA” and “MARQUIS WHO’S WHO IN WORLD” and biography has been published in these compilations.
  • Received “BHARAT JYOTI AWARD” and “INTERNATIONAL GOLD STAR AWARD” from INDIA INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY.
  • Received “BUSINESS SPHERE AWARD” on behalf of the Institution for ranking of IEC Department of Pharmacy amongst the top three pharmacy colleges of northern India.
  • As a “Coordinator”, he had organized a National Seminar on “Institute-Industry Interaction: A Synergistic Approach” at IEC College of Engineering & Technology (IEC-CET), Greater Noida on May 11th, 2007.
  • As a Co-Chairman, he had organized a National Seminar on “Power of All: Issues & Challenges” at IEC-CET, Greater Noida on February 7-8, 2009.
  • Member of Institute Animal Ethical Committee (IAEC) of various Institutes of UP Technical University
  • Owns membership of various professional bodies like Indian Pharmaceutical Graduate Association (IPGA) & Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) etc.
  • Guided one M.Pharm. dissertation and presently guiding four Ph.D dissertation research.

Research Papers by Faculty

Vijay Kumar
Department of Computer Science & Applications
IEC University Baddi (H.P).

International Journals

  1. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “Proposed New Mechanism to Detect and Defend the Malicious Attackers in AODV”, ACSIJ Advances in Computer Science: an International Journal, Volume 2, 2013 – May 2013 Issue, No. 201, (pg 1-6), ISSN : 2322-5157(Iran).
  2. Neetu Kawatra and Vijay Kumar “EFFECT OF PAUSE TIME AND NODES MOBILTY SPEED ON AODV AND DSR IN MANET”, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, Volume 3, Issue 10, October-2012, ISSN 2229-5518 (USA).
  3. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Sharma, Ashwani Kush “EFFECT OF MALICIOUS NODES ON AODV IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS”, International Journal of Computer Science and Management Research ISSN 2278-733X, Vol. 1 Issue 3 October 2012.
  4. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “WORM SECURE PROTOCOL FOR WORMHOLE PROTECTION IN AODV ROUTING PROTOCOL”, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975–8887) Volume 44 – No.4, April 2012 (USA).
  5. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “DETECTION AND RECOVERY OF MALICIOUS NODE IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering , Volume 2, Issue 1, January 2012, ISSN: 2277 128X. (India)
  6. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, “A NEW SCHEME FOR SECURED ON DEMAND ROUTING”, International Institute for Science, Technology and Education ( IISTE), Network and Complex Systems ISSN 2224-610X (Paper) ISSN 2225-0603 (Online) Vol 2, No.2, 2012. (USA)
  7. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Sharma, “BEHAVIORAL STUDY OF DYNAMIC ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR MANET”, International Journal of Computing and Business Research ISSN (Online): 2229-6166, Volume 2 Issue 2, May 2011 (India).
  8. Vijay Kumar, Bharat Bhushan, “ANANYTICAL EVALUATION OF PROTOCOLS AODV AND DSR”, JM International Journal of Information Technology, ISSN 2229-6115, Jan 2011. (India)

International Conferences

  1. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush, presented and published a paper titled “CHARACTERISTICS OF DSR AND AODV IN CONGESTED NETWORKS” in an International Conference on “Advances in Modeling, Optimization and computing” held on 5-7 December,2011, at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee India, ISBN 81-86224-71-2.
  2. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Sharma and Ashwani Kush, presented and published a paper titled “KEY AUTHENTICATION FOR MANET SECURITY” in an International Conference on “High Performance Architecture & Grid Computing” held on 19-20 July, 2011 at Chitkara University, Punjab. A. Mantri et al. (Eds.): HPAGC 2011, CCIS 169, pp. 504–511, 2011 © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2011.
  3. Vijay Kumar, Ashwani Kush published a paper titled, “EFFECT OF PACKET SIZE AND BANDWIDTH ON MANET ROUTING”, Statistics 2011 Canada, 5th Canadian Conference in Applied Statistics, July 1-4, 2011 Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  4. Vijay Kumar, presented and published a paper titled “EVALUATION OF SECURITY CONCERNS OF MOBILE AD HOC NETWORKS” in an International Conference on “Reliability Infocom Technology and Optimization” from 1st November 2010 to 3rd November 2010 at Lingaya’s University, Faridabad.

National Conferences

  1. Vijay Kumar, Amita Sharma (MCA 4th Sem.) presented and published a paper titled “ Introduction of Digital Signal, at “Futuristic Approach to Ethical Hacking & Network Security: Key Concerns” Sponsored by Director General Higher Education Haryana, held on 11th Febuary2014, at Ch. Ishwar Singh Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Fatehpur-Pundri (Kaithal).
  2. Vijay Kumar and Ashwani Kush presented and published a paper titled “EFFECT OF MOBILITY AREA ON MANET” in National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Computer Industry” on 10th March 2012 at Sanatan Dharma College (Lahore) Ambala Cantt. (Haryana).
  3. Vijay Kumar, Rakesh Kumar and Ashwani Kush presented and published a paper titled “EFFECT OF NODE TRANSMISSION RANGE ON MANET ROUTING” ” in National Workshop-Cum-Conference on Recent Trends in Mathematics and Computing (RTMC) 2011 Proceedings published in International Journal of Computer Applications® (IJCA) on 26th Nov. 2011 at Poornima Group of Institutions, Jaipur (Rajsthan), ISBN 978-93-803118-3-8.
  4. Neetu Kawatra, Vijay Kumar presented and published a paper titled “ Analysis of E-Commerce Security Protocols SSL and SET” in National Workshop-Cum-Conference on Recent Trends in Mathematics and Computing (RTMC) 2011 Proceedings published in International Journal of Computer Applications® (IJCA) on 26th Nov. 2011 at Poornima Group of Institutions, Jaipur (Rajsthan), ISBN 978-93-803118-3-8.
  5. Vijay Kumar and Ashwani Kush presented and published a paper titled “EFFECT OF PACKET SIZE ON MANET ROUTING” in National Conference on “Mathematics and Computing RTMC’ 11” on 21st May 2011 at The Technology Institute of Textile & Sciences Bhiwani, (Haryana).
  6. Bharat Bhushan and Vijay Kumar presented and published a paper titled “NETWORK SIMULATORS: A COMPARATIVE STUDY” in a UGC SPONSORORED National Conference on “PROSPECTUS OF IT: 2020” from 14 September 2010 to 15 September, 2010 at Hindu Girls College, Jagadhari (Haryana).
  7. Vijay Kumar, presented and published a paper titled “MANET SECURITY ANALYSIS” in a UGC SPONSORORED National Conference on “Emerging Trends In Information Technology” August 28th, 2010 at DOABA College, Jalandhar (Punjab).
  8. Vijay Kumar presented and published a paper titled “A REVIEW OF ADHOC NETWORK SECURITY PROTOCOLS”, in a National Conference from 25th June to 26th June, 2010 at Vaish College of Engineering, Rohtak.

Workshops Attended

  1. Attended Three Days Workshop on “Faculty Development Program on Research Methodology & Statistical Analysis in Collaboration with IBM”, at Graphic Era Hill University, Dehradub – Uttranchal, 21st to 23rd June 2012.
  2. Attended Three Days Workshop on “Network Simulation using NS2”, at Rajagiri School of Engineering & Technology, Kochi – Kerla, 26th to 28th April 2011.
  3. Attended Two Days Workshop on “Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)”, at National Institute of Technology, Hamirpur, Himachal Pardesh, 12th to 13th Febuary 2011.
  4. Attended Two Days Workshop on “Wireless Networks & NS2 Training”, at Meenakshi College of Engineering, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 3rd to 4th December, 2010.
  5. Attended Short Course on “OFDM Based Next Generation Wireless Standards”, at Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Uttar Pardesh, 17th to 19th May, 2010.
  6. Attended National Workshop on “Emerging Machine Learning Techniques In Bioinformatics”, at National Diary Research Institute, Karnal, Haryana, 17th to 19th December, 2009.

Manisha
School of Business Management
IEC University Baddi (H.P).

  1. Paper Published in Indian Journal of Management Science (ISSN: 2249-0280, EISSN: 2231-279X, Impact Factor (GIF): 0.376) on “Ground breaking actions in the organizations” in Jan. 2014, Volume IV, Issue– 1.
  2. Paper Presented in National Seminar on Gender Sensitization on Legal Rights of Women on Topic “Domestic Brutality: Wickedness” held in GMN (PG) College, Ambala Cantt on 26-27th March 2010.
  3. Paper Presented in National Conference on Service Management NCSM’ 09 on Topic “E-Commerce & Service Industry: Next of Kin” held in Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management & Technology, Jagadhri on 9th May 2009.
  4. Participated in two day Workshop on Alternative Therapies- Yoga and Naturopathy for Complete Health held in D.A.V. College for Girls, Yamuna Nagar from 19th to 20th April. 2008.
  5. Participated in International Seminar on 1857 in Literary Imagination (UGC Sponsored) held in D.A.V. College for Girls, Yamuna Nagar from 22nd to 24th Dec. 2007.

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