Subject: Natural Products Chemistry/Pharmacognosy

Post: Lecturer

  1. The knowledge of the related subject matters which are generally included in the concerned bachelor and master level courses
    1. A General review on the source of drugs, primary and secondary metabolites, and Pharmacognostic study of medicinal and aromatic plants of Nepal
    2. Phytochemical and Pharmacological screening of the plant extracts
    3. Chemistry, synthesis, and pharmacological activity of major bioactive compounds
    4. Extraction, Isolation, and Purification of phytochemicals, Processing and standardization of medicinal plants and their products
    5. Spectroscopic analysis of organic compounds
    6. Traditional and Complementary system of medicine
    7. Insight on plant hormones, toxicity, and clinical uses of herbal medicine
  1. Basic Knowledge on the Recent trend in Natural Products Chemistry and Pharmacognosy
    1. Current status and future scope of Natural Products Chemistry and Pharmacognosy
    2. Drug design and discovery from the natural sources
    3. Commercialization, quality control and Guidelines for assessment of natural origin drugs
    4. Herbal Pharmacology and Formulations
    5. The ethnomedicinal study, Lead compounds search, modification of bioactive compounds and SAR of drug molecules.
    6. Overview of Promising Cosmeceuticals and Nutraceuticals of natural origin, their trade, and commerce.
  1. National and global trends and Issues about the Pharmaceutical Education
  1. Teaching and research methodology
    Teaching skills, Conceptualization of Research topic, Pharmaceutical Research Proposal design and scientific writing, project development, Pharmacy law and research ethics.

 

Subject: Pharmaceutics

Post: Lecturer

  1. The knowledge of the related subject matters which are generally included in the concerned bachelor and master level courses
    1. Fundamentals of Pharmaceutics (Drugs, Dosage form, Drug discovery, Drug manufacturing)
    2. Physiochemical phenomena, Micrometrics, Disperse system, Rheology, drug stability
    3. Dosage form design and manufacture (Solid and semi-solid dosage, Solution, Gases and Colloidal dosages form, Parenterals, Topical formulations), Pharmaceutical excipients and Polymers,  Radiopharmaceuticals, Sterile products and Sterilization, Cosmetics and Cosmeceutical products
    4. Pharmaceutical Processing (Mixing, Milling, Drying, Compression, Filtration), packaging, evaluation and regulations, Industrial hazards, plant safety and Safety guidelines
    5. Principles of Biopharmaceutics and Pharmacokinetics (ADME, reaction rate and order, Pharmacokinetics models, Application of Pharmacokinetics to clinical situations, Bioavailability and Bioequivalence
    6. Sustained and Controlled drug delivery system, Microencapsulation, Topical and Transdermal drug delivery system, Novel drug delivery system, Targeted drug delivery system.
  2. Basic Knowledge on the Recent trend in Pharmaceutics, Industrial Pharmacy and Drug delivery system National and International regulatory affairs, Pharmaceutical research and publication
    1. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Vaccine delivery system
    2. Pharmaceutical nanotechnology and nanomedicine (Liposomes, Niosomes, monoclonal antibodies)
  3. National and global trends and Issues about the Pharmaceutical Education
  1. Teaching and research methodology: Teaching skills, Conceptualization of Research topic, Pharmaceutical Research Proposal design and scientific writing, project development, Pharmacy law and research ethics.

 

Post:  Laboratory In-charge

  1. Theoretical knowledge on basic Sciences (Chemistry, Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Biochemistry) and core Pharmaceutical Subjects (Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, Therapeutics, Community Pharmacy, and Clinical Pharmacy)
  2. Fundamental knowledge on Pharmaceutical Laboratories Practice
  3. Basic concept of Laboratory safety measures, Rules, Regulations and Chemical hazards
  4. Methods of Preparation of basic laboratory reagents and samples.
  5. Labeling, storage and disposal of organic chemicals, reagents and waste materials
  6. Methods and significance of Procurement, Inventory management and control of glass-wares, chemicals, and equipment.
  7. Crude drugs collection and storage, Herbarium preparation
  8. Methods of handling biological samples, microorganism and laboratory animals.
  9. Theory, instrumentation and working principle of pharmaceutical laboratory instruments like Distillation plant, pH meter, Viscometer, Calorimeter, UV Spectrophotometer, Dissolution apparatus, Disintegration apparatus, Friability apparatus, Hardness tester, Vernier caliper, Vacuum-pump rotary evaporator, Incubator, Hot air ovens, Autoclaves, Weighing balance, Sonicator, Centrifuge, Soxhlet apparatus, TLC, Column Chromatography, Analgesiometer, Rota Rod Apparatus, etc
  10. Process of Calibration, Validation and Designing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) of important lab instruments.
  11. Principles of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)
  12. Preparation of datasheet and lab recoding

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gandaki University

Gandaki Province, Pokhara, Nepal

Post:  Laboratory In-charge

 

  1. Theoretical knowledge on basic Sciences (Chemistry, Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology, and Biochemistry) and core Pharmaceutical Subjects (Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology, Therapeutics, Community Pharmacy, and Clinical Pharmacy)

 

  1. Fundamental knowledge on Pharmaceutical Laboratories Practice
  2. Basic concept of Laboratory safety measures, Rules, Regulations and Chemical hazards
  3. Methods of Preparation of basic laboratory reagents and samples.
  4. Labeling, storage and disposal of organic chemicals, reagents and waste materials
  5. Methods and significance of Procurement, Inventory management and control of glass-wares, chemicals, and equipment.
  6. Crude drugs collection and storage, Herbarium preparation
  7. Methods of handling biological samples, microorganism and laboratory animals.
  8. Theory, instrumentation and working principle of pharmaceutical laboratory instruments like Distillation plant, pH meter, Viscometer, Calorimeter, UV Spectrophotometer, Dissolution apparatus, Disintegration apparatus, Friability apparatus, Hardness tester, Vernier caliper, Vacuum-pump rotary evaporator, Incubator, Hot air ovens, Autoclaves, Weighing balance, Sonicator, Centrifuge, Soxhlet apparatus, TLC, Column Chromatography, Analgesiometer, Rota Rod Apparatus, etc
  9. Process of Calibration, Validation and Designing Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) of important lab instruments.
  10. Principles of Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP)
  11. Preparation of datasheet and lab recoding

 

 

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