The profession of pharmacy is gaining a healthcare provider status worldwide and due to a steady increase in the number of people requiring heath care services, the profession was able to escape the brunt of recession .The need of the hour is to train and equip pharmacy aspirants into competent professionals in whatever career option they make since the scope of pharmacy in India after bachelor’s degree is varied.

The course aims at dealing with teaching students how to dispense and prepare medicines .It makes the student aware of drug related information to the public. The aspirants of this course will also be by the end of their course being able to give advice on health care programmes and prescriptions given by doctors. They are also able enough to evaluate drugs and drug use pattern.

WHY HINDUSTAN COLLEGE OF PHARMACY?

  • Affiliated to Kerala University of Health Sciences
  • AICTE and Pharmacy Council of India approved courses
  • High-quality coaching and standards of achievement
  • Well-qualified and experienced faculty
  • Latest and international standard facilities and infrastructure
  • Industry placement contacts and campus recruitment opportunities
  • Spacious, elegant buildings and campus surroundings
  • “Go green campus” environment- our priority

Scope of Pharmacy

Research and Development

Pharmacy industry worldwide thrive on continuous research and development. Graduates, post graduates and Ph.Ds. are highly in demand to pursue research in the fields of new drug development, formulation development, clinical trials and toxicological studies. Graduates may be placed as research assistants and scientists.

Regulatory Bodies

There are bodies that control and regulate medicines in India and elsewhere. In the United States, it is USFDA. India has its own standards body called Central Drug Standard Control Organization. (CDSCO), which maintains that its quality control measures are stringent enough to ensure that drugs are safe. They can work in the capacity of drug inspectors and even adore the highest position of drug controller of India.

Analysis and Testing

Analysis and Testing are indispensable procedures in the drug manufacturing industry specially to maintain proper quality control (QC) and quality assurance (QA).Highly skilled professionals are needed to carry out sensitive analytical tests and to handle sophisticated instruments and equipment. Professionals may be placed as analysts in government drug testing labs and manufacturing companies.

Production and Manufacturing

Production and manufacturing of medicines, biotechnological products, surgical dressings/ medical devices and equipment, Ayurveda/homeopathic medicines, veterinary medicines need professional involvement. Even the production of cosmetics, toiletries and dental products need professional help. Graduates may be placed as production supervisors, controllers and managers.

Marketing

The pharmaceuticals sales and marketing are considered to be a highly technical arena and provide good monetary benefits to the professionals. The designation may vary from marketing representatives, product specialists and managers.

Hospital and Community Pharmacies

It is mandatory in developed countries to hire pharmacy graduates to dispense medications in community as well as hospital pharmacies. The case may be the same even in India in future. In developed countries, doctors make the diagnosis and pharmacists decide the medicines and their dosage.

VISION

To develop as a center of excellence in pharmacy and pharmaceutical education, research and practice for the ultimate goal of providing dynamic education that will empower students to become leaders, and groom them in the knowledge of modern healthcare concepts based on human values and ethos.

MISSION

Prepare students to become Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical scientists who will emerge as leaders in any setting; impart ethical values and leadership qualities that will transform them as enlightened individuals who will serve the society with a noble and responsible attitude; achieve the overall objective of becoming an institution of excellence in education, research and service in the field of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical studies.

 

Faculties and Committees


  • Dr. Leena P. N ( Principal, M.Pharm, Pharmaceutics )
  • Prof.R Girisa Chandran ( Acadamic Director, M.Pharm, Pharmacognosy )
  • Mrs.Swathy Lakshmi N ( Vice Principal, M.Pharm, Pharmaceutical chemistry )
  • Mrs. Liji Jacob ( Assistant Professor, M.Pharm,Pharmaceutics )
  • Mrs.Reshma B ( Assistant Professor, M.Pharm,Pharmaceutics )
  • Mrs.Neetha Thankachen( Assistant Professor, M.Pharm ,Pharmaceutical chemistry )
  • Ms.Thasneem S R ( Assistant Professor, M.Pharm ,Pharmacology )
  • Mrs.Vijayalakshmi S ( Assistant Professor, M.Pharm ,Pharmacy Practice )

  • Mr. Gokul. G ( Chairman )
  • Mrs. Keerthi Gop ( Vice-chairman )
  • Dr. Leena P. N ( Member, Principal )
  • Mrs.Neetha Thankachen ( Member, Assistant Professor )

  • Dr. Leena P. N ( Chairperson )
  • Mrs.Swathy Lakshmi N ( Liaison Officer )
  • Mrs.Vijayalakshmi S ( Assistant Professor )
  • Ms.Thasneem S R ( Assistant Professor )

  • Mrs. Liji Jacob ( Presiding Officer )
  • Mrs.Swathy Lakshmi N ( Member, Vice Principal )
  • Mrs.Reshma B ( Member, Assistant Professor)
  • Mrs. Reeja. N Nair( Member, Non Traching Staff )
  • Ms. Tiji Mary Thomas( Member, Non-teaching )
  • Ms. Anjitha P. V ( Member, Student )
  • Mr. Robin. P ( Member, Student )
  • Ms. Archana Murali ( Member, Student )
  • Sheebamol. M, Member ( NGO, National Forum for People’s Rights )

  • Dr. Leena P. N ( Principal )
  • Mr. Krishna kumar ( Panchayat member )
  • Mr. Joy Thomas ( S. I of Police )
  • Mr. Vimal ( Reporter )
  • Dr. Prakash P Thomas, National President ( National forum for People’s rights, NGO )
  • Mrs.Liji Jacob ( Asst. Professor )
  • Prof. Girisa Chandran ( Professor )
  • Mr. K. S Raj ( Parent Representative )
  • Mrs. Lekha Murali ( Parent Representative )
  • Mr. Robin. P ( Student Representative )
  • Ms. Jini Anna Thomas ( Student Representative )
  • Ms. Tiji Mary Thomas ( Lab Technician )

  • Mrs.Neetha Thankachen( Assistant Professor )
  • Mrs.Reshma B ( Assistant Professor )
  • Ms.Thasneem S R ( Assistant Professor )
  • Mrs.Vijayalakshmi S ( Assistant Professor )

  • Dr. Leena P. N ( Chairperson, Principal )
  • Mr. Saneesh Sebastian ( Senior administrative Officer )
  • Mrs.Swathy Lakshmi N ( Faculty Member, Vice Principal )
  • Mrs.Neetha Thankachen( Faculty Member, Assistant Professor)
  • Mrs.Reshma B ( Faculty Member, Assistant Professor )
  • Mrs.Vijayalakshmi S ( Faculty Member, Assistant Professor )
  • Ms.Thasneem S R ( Assistant Professor )
  • Mr. Gopakumaran Nair ( Management Representative )
  • Mr. Krishna Kumar ( Panchayat President )
  • Mrs. Magi Joseph ( President, Kottayam District )
  • Mrs. Asha Joy ( Block Panchayat President )
  • Mr. Gokul. G ( Employer Nominee )
  • Mrs. Keerthi Gop ( Employer Nominee )