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Volume No.: 42

Issue No.: 02

Vision

TO REACH THE PINNACLE OF GLORY AS A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN THE FIEL OF PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES BY KNOWLEDGE BASED LEARNING AND PRACTICE

Contents

Message from PRINCIPAL Editorial board Historical article News Update Knowledge based Article Disease Related Breaking News Upcoming Events Drugs Update Campus News Student’s Section Editor’s Note Archive

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06-02-2015 MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL " It can happen. It does happen. But it can't happen if

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MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL

"It can happen. It does happen. But it can't happen if you quit." Lauren Dane.

" It can happen. It does happen. But it can't happen if you quit ." Lauren

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an act, but a habit.’ Aristotle

It gives me immense pleasure to pen a few words for our e-bulletin. At the onset I would like to thank the last year’s editors and congratulate the newly selected editors for the current year.

Our first consideration is always in the best interest of the students. Our goal is to promote academic excellence and continuous improvement.

  • I believe that excellence in education is aided by creating a learning environment in which all learners are supported in maximizing their potential and talents. Education needs to focus on personalized learning

and instruction, while promoting an education system that is impartial, universally accessible, and meeting the needs of all students.

It is of paramount importance that our learners have sufficient motivation and encouragement in order to achieve their aims. We are all very proud of you, our students, and your accomplishments and look forward to watching as you put your mark on the profession in the years ahead.

The call of the time is to progress, not merely to move ahead. Our progressive Management is looking forward and wants our Institute to flourish as a Post Graduate Institute of Excellence. Steps are taken in this direction and fruits of these efforts will be received by our students in the near future. Our Teachers are committed and dedicated for the development of the institution by imparting their knowledge and play the role of facilitator as well as role model to our students.

The Pharmacy profession is thriving with a multitude of possibilities, opportunities and positive challenges. At Guru Nanak Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, our focus is on holistic needs of our students.

  • I am confident that the students of GNIPST will recognize all the possibilities, take full advantage of the opportunities and meet the challenges with purpose and determination.

Excellence in Education is not a final destination, it is a continuous walk. I welcome you to join us on this path.

My best wishes to all.

Dr. A. Sengupta

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06-02-2015 EDITORIAL BOARD CHIEF EDITOR DR. ABHIJIT SENGUPTA EDITOR MS. JEENATARA BEGUM ASSOCIATE EDITOR MR. DIPANJAN

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EDITORIAL BOARD

EDITORIAL BOARD

 
 

CHIEF EDITOR

DR. ABHIJIT SENGUPTA

EDITOR

MS. JEENATARA BEGUM

ASSOCIATE EDITOR

MR. DIPANJAN MANDAL

HISTORICAL ARTICLE

HISTORICAL ARTICLE

Caventou, Pelletier and Quinne:

Taking their cue from Sertürner's alkaloidal experiments, two French pharmacists, Messrs. Pierre-Joseph Pelletier and Joseph- Bienaimé Caventou, isolated emetine from ipecacuanha in 1817; strychnine and brucine from nux vomica in 1818; then, in their laboratory in the back of a Parisian apothecary shop, they tackled the problem that had baffled scientists for decades - wresting the secrets of the Peruvian barks that were so useful against malaria. In 1820 Caventou and Pelletier announced the methods for separation of quinine and cinchonine from the cinchona barks; prepared pure salts, had them tested clinically, and set up manufacturing facilities. Many other discoveries came from their pharmacy- laboratory; high honors were accorded them.

NEWS UPDATE

NEWS UPDATE

Ebola: New studies model a deadly epidemic: (6 th February, 2015)

Researchers are trying to better understand the epidemiology and control of Ebola Virus Disease in order to alleviate suffering and prevent future disease outbreaks from reaching the catastrophic proportions of the current crisis.

After hospital discharge, deadly heart risks can remain for up to a year: (6 th February, 2015)

In the month following an older heart patient's hospital discharge, there is a one in five risk of rehospitalization or death, but little is known about how these risks change over time. A new study

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06-02-2015 found that risks remain high for up to a year, but can be addressed with

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found that risks remain high for up to a year, but can be addressed with targeted care.

Organic food reduces pesticide exposure: (5 th February, 2015)

A new study is among the first to predict a person’s pesticide exposure based on information about their usual diet.

Depth

and rate

of chest compressions during

CPR impact

survival

in

cardiac arrest: (5 th

February, 2015)

The depth of chest compressions and the rate at which they were applied make a significant impact on survival and recovery of patients, a review of research by physicians shows.

Brain cells' role in navigating environment: (5 th February, 2015)

A new study sheds light on the brain cells that function in establishing one's location and direction. The findings contribute to our understanding of the neural mechanisms underlying our abilities to successfully navigate our environment, which may be crucial to dealing with brain damage due to trauma or a stroke and the onset of diseases such as Alzheimer's.

Carnivorous mushroom reveals human immune trick: How we punch our way into cancer cells:

(5 th February, 2015)

Edible oyster mushrooms have an intriguing secret: They eat spiders and roundworms. And they do so using proteins that can punch their way into cells, leaving tidy but deadly holes. It's a trick that our immune cells also use to protect us, destroying infected cells, cancerous cells, and bacteria.

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06-02-2015  Improving genome February, 2015) editing with drugs: (5 Scientists have discovered a way toeditor 4 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-4-2" src="pdf-obj-4-2.jpg">

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Improving

genome

February, 2015)

editing

with

drugs:

(5 th

Scientists have discovered a way to enhance the efficiency of CRISPR genome editing with the introduction of a few key chemical compounds. This has important potential implications for correcting disease-causing genetic mutations.

Microbiome linked to type 1 diabetes: Shift in microbiome species diversity prior to disease onset: (5 th February, 2015)

In the largest longitudinal study of the microbiome to date, researchers have identified a connection between changes in gut microbiota and the onset of type 1 diabetes. The study, which followed infants who were genetically predisposed to the condition, found that onset for those who developed the disease was preceded by a drop in microbial diversity -- including a disproportional decrease in the number of species known to promote health in the gut.

Spontaneous cure of rare immune disease: (5 th February, 2015)

A genetic phenomenon called chromothripsis, or 'chromosome shattering,' may have spontaneously cured the first person to be documented with WHIM syndrome. The patient was the subject of a 1964 study that first described the disorder, a syndrome of recurrent infections, warts and cancer caused by the inability of immune cells, particularly infection-fighting neutrophils, to leave the bone marrow and enter the bloodstream.

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KNOWLEDGE BASED ARTICLE

Gene confirms existence of psoriatic arthritis

Psoriatic arthritis is a type of inflammatory arthritis that will develop in up to 30 percent of people who have the chronic skin condition psoriasis. Psoriatic arthritis is said to be a seronegative spondyloarthropathy and therefore occurs more commonly in patients with tissue type HLA-B27. Psoriatic arthritis or PsA causes pain and stiffness in joints and tendons that can lead to joint damage. Nearly all patients with PsA also have skin

psoriasis and, in many cases, the skin disease is present before the arthritis develops. However, only one third of patients with psoriasis will go on to develop PsA. The researchers, who are part of a European consortium, say that their work, which took three years to complete and is published in Nature Communications, is a breakthrough because genetic changes have been identified that increase the risk of PsA but not psoriasis. Until recently opinion was divided as to whether psoriatic arthritis was a disease in its own right, or psoriasis combined with rheumatoid arthritis. The findings could, in future, lead to the identification of people with psoriasis who are at risk of developing psoriatic arthritis. Dr John Bowes, who led the analysis of the work, said: "Our study is beginning to reveal key insights into the genetics of PsA that explain fundamental differences between psoriasis and PsA. Our findings also highlight that CD8+ cells are likely to be the key drivers of inflammation in PsA. This will help us to focus on how the genetic changes act in those immune cells to cause disease." The gene identified by the research team lies on chromosome 5 and is not the first PsA-specific gene to be identified. Patients who carry the HLA-B27 gene are also more likely to develop PsA. Professor Anne Barton, a rheumatologist and senior author on the study explained: "By identifying genes that predispose people to PsA but not psoriasis, we hope in the future to be able to test patients with psoriasis to find those at high risk of developing PsA.

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06-02-2015 Excitingly, it raises the possibility of introducing treatments to prevent the development of PsA inRead more UPCOMING EVENTS  On 4 to 6 February, 2015 the 3 International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology-ICONN 2015 will be held at SRM University, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India. 6 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-6-2" src="pdf-obj-6-2.jpg">

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Excitingly, it raises the possibility of introducing treatments to prevent the development of PsA in those individuals in the future." Dr Stephen Simpson, director of research at Arthritis Research UK added:" This is a significant finding. Not only does it help establish PsA as a condition in its own right, but it could have major implications in the way that patients with this condition are treated and lead to the development of drugs specifically developed for PsA, which are greatly needed." The research was funded by the National Institute for Health Research Manchester Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit.

Jeenatara Begum Assistant Professor GNIPST

  • DISEASE RELATED BREAKING NEWS

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus

(MERS-CoV) – Saudi

2015)

Arabia: (03 rd

February,

Between 14 and 22 January 2015, the IHR National Focal Point for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (SAU) notified WHO of 9 additional cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS- CoV) infection, including 4 deaths. Cases are listed by date of reporting, with the most recent case listed first.

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

On 4 th to 6 th February, 2015 the 3 rd International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology-ICONN 2015 will be held at SRM University, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India.

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06-02-2015  On 14 February the National Seminar on Future aspect & challenges in Pharmaceutical Technologies

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On

14 th

February

the

National

Seminar

on

Future

aspect

&

challenges in Pharmaceutical Technologies will be held at Shambhunath Institute of Pharmacy, Jhalwa, Allahabad, India.

On 14 th February, 2015 the 2 nd National Conference on “Recent Challenges in Pharmacy Education, Research & Management” will be held at Mehr Chand Polytechnic College, Pharmacy Department, Jalandhar, Punjab, India.

On 17 th to 18 th February, 2015 the National Conference on Impact of Molecular Biology on Drug Discovery and Development:

Promises & Challenges Partly Funded by Department of Biotechnology, Government of India; in Central University of Rajasthan, Kishangarh Distt. Ajmer in Pharmacy Education, Research & Management” will be held at Mehr Chand Polytechnic College, Pharmacy Department, Jalandhar, Punjab, India.

On 19 th to 22 nd February, 2015 the International Conference on Nanotechnology (ICNT 2015) will be held at Haldia, West Bengal, India.

On 25 th to 28 th February, 2015 the 21 st ISCBC Conference on Current Drug Discovery Trends & Development will be held at CDRI Lucknow

On

27 th

to

28 th

February, 2015 the 4 th Annual Conference &

Exhibition of SPER will be held at DIT University, Deharadoon.

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06-02-2015 DRUGS UPDATES Approves  FDA Ibrance (palbociclib) for Postmenopausal Women with Advanced Breast Cancer: (03Read more CAMPUS NEWS On 8 February, 2015 Gnipst is going to celebrate the Reunion.  The 2 Annual Sports of GNIPST was held on 28 and 29 January,2015 in College campus ground.  Congratulations to all the winner of Annual Sports of GNIPST, 2015. 100 meter flat race (Girls): Priya Roy Nirmita Gupta 100 meter flat race (Boys): Arijit Mitra Thakur Deep Chakraborty Three legged race (Girls): Nayana Sinha Arjita Biswas Anjali Mondal Aindrila Bhowmick 200 meter flat race (Girls): Priya Roy Long Jump (Boys): Dipankar Kamila Skipping (Girls): Nirmita Gupta Arindam Ganguly Joyoti Ghosh Arindam Ganguly Saheli Mukherjee Archita Basu Anjali Mondal Rohan Datta Saheli Mukherjee Indira Saha Jayita Roy Shotput (Girls): Chandrika Saha Priya Roy Sneha Paul Shotput (Boys): Arijit Mitra Thakur Arindam Ganguly 8 Rohan Datta Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-8-2" src="pdf-obj-8-2.jpg">

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DRUGS UPDATES

Approves

FDA

Ibrance

(palbociclib) for

Postmenopausal Women with Advanced Breast Cancer: (03 rd February, 2015)

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted accelerated approval to Ibrance (palbociclib) to treat advanced (metastatic) breast cancer.

CAMPUS NEWS

06-02-2015 DRUGS UPDATES Approves  FDA Ibrance (palbociclib) for Postmenopausal Women with Advanced Breast Cancer: (03Read more CAMPUS NEWS On 8 February, 2015 Gnipst is going to celebrate the Reunion.  The 2 Annual Sports of GNIPST was held on 28 and 29 January,2015 in College campus ground.  Congratulations to all the winner of Annual Sports of GNIPST, 2015. 100 meter flat race (Girls): Priya Roy Nirmita Gupta 100 meter flat race (Boys): Arijit Mitra Thakur Deep Chakraborty Three legged race (Girls): Nayana Sinha Arjita Biswas Anjali Mondal Aindrila Bhowmick 200 meter flat race (Girls): Priya Roy Long Jump (Boys): Dipankar Kamila Skipping (Girls): Nirmita Gupta Arindam Ganguly Joyoti Ghosh Arindam Ganguly Saheli Mukherjee Archita Basu Anjali Mondal Rohan Datta Saheli Mukherjee Indira Saha Jayita Roy Shotput (Girls): Chandrika Saha Priya Roy Sneha Paul Shotput (Boys): Arijit Mitra Thakur Arindam Ganguly 8 Rohan Datta Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-8-27" src="pdf-obj-8-27.jpg">

On 8 th February, 2015 Gnipst is going to celebrate the Reunion.

The 2 nd Annual Sports

of GNIPST was

held

on

28 th

and 29 th

January,2015 in College campus ground.

Congratulations to all the winner of Annual Sports of GNIPST,

2015.

  • 100 meter flat race (Girls):

Priya Roy

Nirmita Gupta

  • 100 meter flat race (Boys):

Arijit Mitra Thakur

Deep Chakraborty

Three legged race (Girls):

Nayana Sinha Arjita Biswas

Anjali Mondal Aindrila Bhowmick

  • 200 meter flat race (Girls):

Priya Roy

Long Jump (Boys):

Dipankar Kamila

Skipping (Girls):

Nirmita Gupta

Arindam Ganguly

Joyoti Ghosh

Arindam Ganguly

Saheli Mukherjee Archita Basu

Anjali Mondal

Rohan Datta

Saheli Mukherjee

Indira Saha

Jayita Roy

Shotput (Girls):

Chandrika Saha

Priya Roy

Sneha Paul

Shotput (Boys):

Arijit Mitra Thakur

Arindam Ganguly

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06-02-2015 Musical Chair (Staff): Mr. Abir Koley Ms. Priyanka Ray Mr. Debabrata Ghoshdastidar Discuss Throw(Girls): Priya

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Musical Chair (Staff):

Mr. Abir Koley

Ms. Priyanka Ray

Mr. Debabrata Ghoshdastidar

Discuss Throw(Girls):

Priya Roy

Arjita Biswas

Varsha Shrivastava

50 meter female flat race (staff):

Ms. Aparupa Bhattacharya

Ms. Priyanka Ray

Ms. Anuranjita Kundu

100 meter male flat race (staff):

Mr. Debabrata Ghoshdastidar

Mr. Mrinal Datta

Mr. Ranjit

 

Ghosh

Walking race female (staff):

Ms. Aparupa Bhattacharya Ms. Anuranjita Kundu Ms. Sumana Roy

Balance race female (staff):

Ms. Aparupa Bhattacharya Dr. Sriparna KunduSen Ms. Priyanka Ray

Tug of war (Female staff):

Ms. Priyanka Ray Ms. Aparupa Bhattacharya Ms. Prathama SenGupta Dr. Sriparna KunduSen Ms. Sumana Roy

Tug of war (Male staff):

Mr. Debabrata Ghoshdastidar Mr. Abir Koley Sk. Ziaur Rahman Mr. Ranjit Ghosh Mr. Koushik Dhar

Balance race (Girls):

Indira Saha Aindrila Bhowmick Pamolita Paul

Long Jump (Girls):

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06-02-2015 Aindrila Bhowmick Nirmita Gupta Krishnakali Basu 200 meter flat race (Boys): Dipankar Kamila Arijit Mitra

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Aindrila Bhowmick Nirmita Gupta Krishnakali Basu

200 meter flat race (Boys):

Dipankar Kamila Arijit Mitra Thakur Kaustav Sakar

Sack race (Girls):

Aindrila Bhowmick Nirmita Gupta Sayani Banerjee

Sack race (Boys):

Rohan Datta Souvik Debnath Sayantan Das

Relay race (Boys):

Dipankar Kamila Arijit Mitra Thakur Soumyajit Sinha Sneham Sen

Relay race (Girls):

Joyoti Ghosh Aindrila Bhowmick Anjali Mondal Poulami Sarkar

Go for Goal (Boys):

Abhijit Kumar Mondal Arkajyoti Hazra Abhinandan Mondal

Tug of war (Boys):

Dipu Roy Vishal Singh Sk Minhaz Uddin Ahmed Ritobroto Paul Rohan Dutta

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06-02-2015 Tug of war (Girls): Krishnakali Basu Indira Saha Chandrika Saha Maitryee Banerjee Kajal Nagpal 

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Tug of war (Girls):

Krishnakali Basu Indira Saha Chandrika Saha Maitryee Banerjee Kajal Nagpal

The male faculties and staffs of GNIPST participated in the 4 th

Sardar Jodh Singh Trophy organised by NIT on 15

th

January, 2015.

An industrial tour and biodiversity tour was conducted in Sikkim for B.Pharm, B.Sc. and M.Sc. students under the supervision of Mr. Dipanjan Mandal, Mr. Samrat Bose and Ms. Aparupa Bhattacharya

from 5

th

January to 12 th January, 2015.

GNIPST commemorated the Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda on Monday, 12 th January, 2015 & served Oldages and Orphanages. On 22 nd December 2014 the students of B.Pharm 2 nd year and B.Sc

2 nd year visited the laboratory of Vivekananda Institute of Biotechnology, Sri Ramkrishna Ashram, Nimpith under the supervision of Mr. Samrat Bose, Ms Jeentara Begum, Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya and Ms. Aparupa Bhattacharya.

Some of the teachers of GNIPST attended the 4 th International Conference of World Science Congress at Jadavpur University on 16 th December to 18 th December 2014.

Congratulation to Tamalika Chakraborty, Assistant Professor of

GNIPST, who got 3 rd prize for the poster presentation in the National Seminar on Opportunity in Medicinal Plant Research, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India from 29 th -30 th November,

2014.

On 29 th November and 30 th November many of the faculty members and students of GNIPST presented their posters in the National Seminar on Opportunity in Medicinal Plant Research,

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06-02-2015 Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India from 29 -30 November, 2014.  The teachers and students of

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Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India from 29 th -30 th November,

2014.

The teachers and students of GNIPST attended the National workshop on “Redefining the Role of Pharmacist in Health Care System” which was held in Dr. H. L. Roy Auditorium, Jadavpur Universirty Kolkata-700032 on 16 th November 2014, organised by Indian Pharmaceutical Association, Bengal Branch, Kolkata

Congratulation to Rupam Saha, student of M.Pharm 2 nd year, who got 1 st prize for the poster presentation in the National seminar on Control of Viral Menace using Delivery Design organised by Dr. B.C.Roy College of Pharmacy & AHS in association with IPA Bengal Branch.

On 14 th and 15 th November 2014 the Industrial visit of B.Pharm 2 nd year students was conducted in East India Pharmaceutical Works Limited, Kolkata under the supervision of Mr. Jaydip Roy, Mr. Debabrata Ghoshdastidar, Mr. Samrat Bose, Ms Jeentara Begum, Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya and Ms. Moumita Chowdhury.

A Debate on ‘Unity’ was held on 14 th November 2014 and the joint winner was Sreejit Roy , Bsc 2nd year and Pratik Nandi ,Bsc first year (Chairperson of debate: Dr Lopamudra Datta and Ms. Priyanka Ray).

On 14 th November, 2014 a Quiz competition was held on ‘World Diabetes Day’ and the winner was Pratik Nandi and Sreyosi Dey, Bsc first year. Runner up Anirban Roy and Ankur Mondal B.Pharm third year (Quiz Master: Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya)

A Seminar was held on 14 th November 2014 World Diabetes Day on ‘Angiogenesis and Role of Amino Acids’ by Dr Debatosh Datta, Research scientist.

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06-02-2015  GNIPST commemorated the 126th Birth Anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad on Tuesday, 11thSardar Vallabhbhai Patel.  Congratulation to the winner of Cricket Tournament-B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014 Runner up team-B.Sc and BHM, 2014  Congratulation to the highest run scorer of Cricket Tournament- Tanmoy Das Biswas, B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014  Congratulation to the highest wicket taker of Cricket Tournament-Subhodip Das, B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014  Congratulation to the winner of Carom Tournament (Boys)- Sk. Abdul Salam, B.Pharm 2 year, 2014 1st Runner up-Subhayan Dutta, M.Sc (Biotechnology Department) 2nd year, 2014 2nd Runner up-Nirupan Gupta, B.Pharm 1 year, 2014  Congratulation to the winner of Carom Tournament (Girls)- Aishwarya Datta, B.Pharm 2 year, 2014 1st Runner up-Krishnakali Basu, B.Pharm 3 year, 2014 2nd Runner up-Rituparna Das, B.Pharm 3 year, 2014  Congratulation to the winner of Chess Tournament (Boys)- Basab Brata Dey, M.Sc (Biotechnology Department) 2 nd year, 2014 1st Runner up-Ankit Chowdhury, B.Pharm 1 year, 2014 2nd Runner up-Smaranjeet Banik, B.Pharm 3 year, 2014  Congratulation to the winner of Chess Tournament (Girls)- Rituparna Das, B.Pharm 3 year, 2014 1st Runner up-Varsa Srivastav, B.Sc(Bioptechnology Department) 1 year, 2014 2nd Runner up- Krishnakali Basu, B.Pharm 3 year, 2014  The GNIPST Cricket Tournament, Carom Tournament and Chess Tournament was held on 21 and 22 October, 2014. 13 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-13-2" src="pdf-obj-13-2.jpg">

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GNIPST commemorated the 126th Birth Anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad on Tuesday, 11th November 2014.

On 7 th November 2014 the students of GNIPST participated in the ‘Run for Unity’ as a mark of tribute to the efforts of the country's first Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

Congratulation to the winner of Cricket Tournament-B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014 Runner up team-B.Sc and BHM, 2014

Congratulation to the highest run scorer of Cricket Tournament- Tanmoy Das Biswas, B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014

Congratulation

to

the

highest

wicket

taker

of

Cricket

Tournament-Subhodip Das, B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014

  • Congratulation to the winner of Carom Tournament (Boys)- Sk. Abdul Salam, B.Pharm 2 nd year, 2014 1st Runner up-Subhayan Dutta, M.Sc (Biotechnology Department) 2nd year, 2014 2nd Runner up-Nirupan Gupta, B.Pharm 1 st year, 2014

  • Congratulation to the winner of Carom Tournament (Girls)- Aishwarya Datta, B.Pharm 2 nd year, 2014 1st Runner up-Krishnakali Basu, B.Pharm 3 rd year, 2014 2nd Runner up-Rituparna Das, B.Pharm 3 rd year, 2014

  • Congratulation to the winner of Chess Tournament (Boys)- Basab Brata Dey, M.Sc (Biotechnology Department) 2

nd

year, 2014

1st Runner up-Ankit Chowdhury, B.Pharm 1 st year, 2014 2nd Runner up-Smaranjeet Banik, B.Pharm 3 rd year, 2014

  • Congratulation to the winner of Chess Tournament (Girls)- Rituparna Das, B.Pharm 3 rd year, 2014 1st Runner up-Varsa Srivastav, B.Sc(Bioptechnology Department) 1 st year, 2014 2nd Runner up- Krishnakali Basu, B.Pharm 3 rd year, 2014

The GNIPST Cricket Tournament, Carom Tournament and Chess Tournament was held on 21 st and 22 nd October, 2014.

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06-02-2015  The Cultural Programme on Bijoya Dashami and Kali Puja was held on 20 October,

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The Cultural Programme on Bijoya Dashami and Kali Puja was held on 20 th October, 2014

An exhibition on Photography and Painting was held on 20 th October, 2014

Congratulation to the winner of Football Tournament-B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014 Runner up team-B.Pharm final year, 2014

Congratulation

to

the

winner

of

Table

Tennis

Tournament-

Krishnakali Basu, B.Pharm 3rd year, 2014 1st Runner up-Aindrila Bhowmick, B.Pharm 2nd year, 2014 2nd Runner up-Sayani Banerjee, B.Pharm 2nd year, 2014

The GNIPST Football Tournament (for male students) and Table Tennis tournament (for female students) was held on 25th and 26th September, 2014.

On 5 th September, 2014 the students of GNIPST have arranged a wonderful Teacher’s Day Programme. On behalf of all the teachers of GNIPST I would like to thank our beloved students.

The Fresher’s welcome programme was held on 14 th August, 2014. Welcome 1 st year students.

We congratulate the following M.Pharm. final year students who have made their positions in different pharmaceutical companies.

Anirban Banerjee (Emami Ltd.) Mahender Roy (Stadmed private Ltd.)

We congratulate the following B.Pharm. final year students for their success.

Samadrita Mukherjee (Abbott India Ltd.) Suman Sarkar (Tata Medical Centre-Apollo Pharmacy) Shrewashee Mukherjee (Fresenius Kabi-Parenteral Nutrition) Avishek Naskar (Glaxo SmithKline-Marketing) Bappaditya Manik (USV Limited)

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06-02-2015 Sarbani Das (Nutri Synapzz-Marketing) Ankita Roy (Nutri Synapzz-Marketing) Rahul Mitra (B M Pharmaceuticals-Production)  The

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Sarbani Das (Nutri Synapzz-Marketing) Ankita Roy (Nutri Synapzz-Marketing) Rahul Mitra (B M Pharmaceuticals-Production)

The following B.Pharm. final year students have qualified, GPAT- 2014. We congratulate them all.

Utsha Sinha

Satarupa Bhattacharya

Sandipan Sarkar

Purbali Chakraborty

Reminiscence,

2014(GNIPST

Reunion)

campus on 2 nd February,2014.

was

held in College

1 st Annual Sports of GNIPST was held on 3 rd February,2014 in College campus ground.

  • An industrial tour and biodiversity tour was conducted in Sikkim for B.Pharm and B.Sc. students under the supervision of Mr. Asis Bala, Ms. Jeentara Begum and Ms. Moumita Chowdhury.

06-02-2015 Sarbani Das (Nutri Synapzz-Marketing) Ankita Roy (Nutri Synapzz-Marketing) Rahul Mitra (B M Pharmaceuticals-Production)  The

STUDENTS’ SECTION

  • W HO CAN ANSWER FIRST????

Which word is originated from a greek word means dwarf?

Answer of Previous Issue’s Questions:

  • A) High jump

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06-02-2015 Identify the place Answer of Previous Issue’s Image: Ivan Ukhov  Send your Quiz/Puzzles/games/write -t gnipstbulletin@gmail.com EDITOR’S NOTE It is a great pleasure for me to publish the 2 issue of 42 Volume of GNIPST BULLETIN . All the followers of GNIPST BULLETIN are able to avail the bulletin through facebook account ‘GNIPST bulletin’ I am very much thankful to all the GNIPST members and readers who are giving their valuable comments, encouragements and supports. I am also thankful to Dr. Abhijit Sengupta , Director of GNIPST for his valuable advice and encouragement. Special thanks to Dr. Prerona Saha, Mr. Debabrata Ghosh Dastidar and Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya for their kind co-operation and technical supports. Thank you Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya for the questionnaires of the student section. An important part of the improvement of the bulletin is the contribution of the readers. You are invited to send in your write ups, notes, critiques or any kind of contribution for the forthcoming special and regular issue. 16 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-16-2" src="pdf-obj-16-2.jpg">

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Identify the place

06-02-2015 Identify the place Answer of Previous Issue’s Image: Ivan Ukhov  Send your Quiz/Puzzles/games/write -t gnipstbulletin@gmail.com EDITOR’S NOTE It is a great pleasure for me to publish the 2 issue of 42 Volume of GNIPST BULLETIN . All the followers of GNIPST BULLETIN are able to avail the bulletin through facebook account ‘GNIPST bulletin’ I am very much thankful to all the GNIPST members and readers who are giving their valuable comments, encouragements and supports. I am also thankful to Dr. Abhijit Sengupta , Director of GNIPST for his valuable advice and encouragement. Special thanks to Dr. Prerona Saha, Mr. Debabrata Ghosh Dastidar and Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya for their kind co-operation and technical supports. Thank you Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya for the questionnaires of the student section. An important part of the improvement of the bulletin is the contribution of the readers. You are invited to send in your write ups, notes, critiques or any kind of contribution for the forthcoming special and regular issue. 16 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-16-8" src="pdf-obj-16-8.jpg">

Answer of Previous Issue’s Image:

Ivan Ukhov

Send

your

Quiz/Puzzles/games/write - ups

thoughts /

or

any

other

contributions for Students’ Section & answers

of this Section at gnipstbulletin@gmail.com

EDITOR’S NOTE It is a great pleasure for me to publish the 2 nd issue of 42 th Volume of GNIPST BULLETIN. All the followers of GNIPST BULLETIN are able to avail the bulletin through facebook account ‘GNIPST bulletin’ I am very much thankful to all the GNIPST members and readers who are giving their valuable comments, encouragements and supports. I am also thankful to Dr. Abhijit Sengupta, Director of GNIPST for his valuable advice and encouragement. Special thanks to Dr. Prerona Saha, Mr. Debabrata Ghosh Dastidar and Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya for their kind co-operation and technical supports. Thank you Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya for the questionnaires of the student section. An important part of the improvement of the bulletin is the contribution of the readers. You are invited to send in your write ups, notes, critiques or any kind of contribution for the forthcoming special and regular issue.

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06-02-2015 ARCHIVE  The general body meeting of APTI, Bengal Branch has been conducted at GNIPST

06-02-2015

ARCHIVE

  • The general body meeting of APTI, Bengal Branch has been conducted at GNIPST on 15 th June, 2012. The program started with a nice presentation by Dr. Pulok Kr. Mukherjee, School of Natural Products, JU on the skill to write a good manuscript for publication in impact journals. It was followed by nearly two hour long discussion among more than thirty participants on different aspects of pharmacy education. Five nonmember participants applied for membership on that very day.

  • GNIPST is now approved by AICTE and affiliated to WBUT for conducting the two years’ post graduate course (M.Pharm) in PHARMACOLOGY. The approved number of seat is 18.

  • The number of seats in B.Pharm. has been increased from 60 to
    120.

AICTE

has

sanctioned

a

release

of

grant

under

Research

Promotion

Scheme

(RPS)

during

the

financial

year

2012-13to

GNIPST

as per the details below:

 

a. Beneficiary Institution: Guru Nanak Institution of Pharmaceutical Science & Technology.

  • b. Principal Investigator: Dr. LopamudraDutta.

c. Grant-in-aid sanctioned:Rs. 16,25000/- only

  • d. Approved duration: 3 years

  • e. Title of the project: Screening and identification of potential medicinal plant of Purulia & Bankura districts of West Bengal with respect to diseases such as diabetes, rheumatism, Jaundice, hypertension and developing biotechnological tools for enhancing bioactive molecules in these plants.

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