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Volume No.: 44

Issue No.: 02

Vision

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

Contents

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17-04-2015 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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17-04-2015 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

The Standardization of Pharmaceuticals:

Despite the professional skill and integrity of 19th-century pharmacists, seldom did two preparations of vegetable drugs have the same strength, even though prepared by identical processes. Plant drugs varied widely in active alkaloidal and glucosidal content. The first answer to this problem came when Parke, Davis & Company introduced standardized "Liquor Ergotae Purificatus" in 1879. Dr. Albert Brown Lyons, as the firm's Chief Chemist, further developed methods of alkaloidal assay. Messrs. Parke and Davis recognized the value of his work, and in 1883, announced a list of twenty standardized "normal liquids." Parke-Davis also pioneered in developing pharmacologic and physiologic standards for pharmaceuticals.

NEWS UPDATE

NEWS UPDATE

New lab technique reveals structure and function of proteins critical in DNA repair: (17 th April,

2015)

By combining two highly innovative experimental techniques, scientists have for the first time simultaneously observed the structure and the correlated function of specific proteins critical in the repair of DNA, providing definitive answers to some highly debated questions, and opening up new avenues of inquiry and exciting new possibilities for biological engineering.

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17-04-2015  Fruit fly studies shed light on adaptability of nerve cells: (17 April, 2015) Neurons

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Fruit fly studies shed light on adaptability of nerve cells: (17 th April, 2015)

Neurons in the eye change on the molecular level when they are exposed to prolonged light, new research demonstrates. The researchers could identify that a feedback signalling mechanism is responsible for these changes. The innate neuronal property might be utilized to protect neurons from degeneration or cell death in the future.

Mouth, as well as gut, could hold key to liver disease flare-ups: (17 th April, 2015)

In a recent study, researchers predicted which cirrhosis patients would suffer inflammations and require hospitalization by analyzing their saliva, revealing a new target for research into a disease that accounts for more than 30,000 deaths in the United States each year.

New genetic mutation

could

signal

start

of

malaria drug resistance in Africa: (17 th April,

2015)

Early indicators of the malaria parasite in Africa developing resistance to the most effective drug available have been confirmed, according to new research. Investigators found Plasmodium falciparum malaria parasites with a mutation to the gene Ap2mu were less sensitive to the antimalarial drug artemisinin.

DNA blood test detects lung cancer mutations:

(17 th April, 2015)

Cancer DNA circulating in the bloodstream of lung cancer patients can provide doctors with vital mutation information that can help optimize treatment when tumor tissue is not available, an international group of researchers has reported.

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17-04-2015  New studies about endovascular therapy for stroke represent paradigm shift: (17 April, 2015) An

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New studies about endovascular therapy for stroke represent paradigm shift: (17 th April,

2015)

An expert who writes an accompanying editorial for five studies about endovascular stroke therapy published simultaneously in the New England Journal of Medicine says these randomized clinical trials represent a breakthrough in showing the benefits of endovascular therapy for acute ischemic strokes.

To fight nasty digestive bugs, scientists set out to build a better gut – using stem cells: (17 th April, 2015)

If you’ve ever been hit with an ‘intestinal bug’, you’ve felt the effects of infectious microbes on your digestive system. But scientists don’t fully understand what’s going on in gut infections like that – or in far more serious ones. Now, a team of scientists will tackle that issue in a new way.

Effectiveness

of

new

stroke

treatment

confirmed: (17 th April, 2015)

A research paper confirms earlier findings that a procedure called endovascular therapy for ischemic stroke is the best treatment option for many patients by reducing the incidents of disability. This is the fourth research paper published this year that confirms the efficacy of the treatment.

Evidence grows that melanoma drugs benefit some lung cancer patients: (17 th April, 2015)

A subset of lung cancer patients can derive important clinical benefits from drugs that are more commonly used to treat melanoma, the authors of a new academic clinical trial in Europe have reported.

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17-04-2015  Experts warn Ebola epidemic could return with a vengeance unless lessons about medical trialseditor KNOWLEDGE BASED ARTICLE IIT-M sets target to kill only cancer cells From retching for several hours to pain in her throat every time she swallowed, K Kavitha, a 52-year-old breast cancer survivor grimaces every time she recalls her battle. She felt like her body was being beaten to get the abnormal growth out. "My initial fear of death was numbed by the chemotherapy cycles. At one point, I almost gave up," said Kavitha, a homemaker who was diagnosed in 2005. For most cancer patients, the treatment is as gruelling as the disease. From hair loss to anaemia to nausea, chemotherapy often involves killing of healthy cells along with cancerous ones, with crippling side effects. As people struggle to cope with the physical stress and the emotional trauma of cancer and its treatment, a lab in the department of biotechnology at IIT-Madras has been working for 5 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-5-2" src="pdf-obj-5-2.jpg">

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Experts warn Ebola epidemic could return with a vengeance unless lessons about medical trials are learned: (17 th April, 2015)

Health experts have warned that a greater flexibility must be brought to medical trials to combat diseases like Ebola to avoid facing another nightmare outbreak. The rapidity and spread of the Ebola outbreak and the urgency of a response led to many challenges not least of which was to advise those managing people on the ground of the best way to treat the illness and which treatments might be effective. Medical experts and academics say:

"Even if somehow the present epidemic is eventually contained (over a time course that is currently uncertain), the world will still be largely unprepared for the next epidemic that could strike again at any time in an equally explosive manner."

For detail mail to editor

17-04-2015  Experts warn Ebola epidemic could return with a vengeance unless lessons about medical trialseditor KNOWLEDGE BASED ARTICLE IIT-M sets target to kill only cancer cells From retching for several hours to pain in her throat every time she swallowed, K Kavitha, a 52-year-old breast cancer survivor grimaces every time she recalls her battle. She felt like her body was being beaten to get the abnormal growth out. "My initial fear of death was numbed by the chemotherapy cycles. At one point, I almost gave up," said Kavitha, a homemaker who was diagnosed in 2005. For most cancer patients, the treatment is as gruelling as the disease. From hair loss to anaemia to nausea, chemotherapy often involves killing of healthy cells along with cancerous ones, with crippling side effects. As people struggle to cope with the physical stress and the emotional trauma of cancer and its treatment, a lab in the department of biotechnology at IIT-Madras has been working for 5 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-5-18" src="pdf-obj-5-18.jpg">

KNOWLEDGE BASED ARTICLE

IIT-M sets target to kill only cancer cells

From retching for several hours to pain in her throat every time she swallowed, K Kavitha, a 52-year-old breast cancer survivor grimaces every time she recalls her battle. She felt like her body was being beaten to get the abnormal growth out. "My initial fear of death was numbed by the chemotherapy cycles. At one point, I almost gave up," said Kavitha, a homemaker who was diagnosed in 2005. For most cancer patients, the treatment is as gruelling as the disease. From hair loss to anaemia to nausea, chemotherapy often involves killing of healthy cells along with cancerous ones, with crippling side effects. As people struggle to cope with the physical stress and the emotional trauma of cancer and its treatment, a lab in the department of biotechnology at IIT-Madras has been working for

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17-04-2015 more than five years to reduce the burden of chemo drugs on the body. The

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more than five years to reduce the burden of chemo drugs on the body.

The team has created a class of molecules called immunotoxins to

specifically

target

cancer cells, while leaving healthy cells

unaffected. Rama S Verma, who is leading the study, said: "Cancer

is characterised by unchecked and rapid cell division. The drugs

used

in

chemotherapy

target

these

cells

by

interrupting

the

process of cell division and killing cells in the process." However,

other cells, such as those in the bone marrow, hair follicles and lining of the digestive tract, which divide at high rates, are also

killed

in

the

process.

"Though fraught with side-effects, chemotherapy is still the

mainstream

treatment

simply because it is the only effective

method

of

treatment.

We decided to do research on improving the targeting mechanism

of

the

drugs,"

 

said

Verma.

The team began by comparing the outer membranes of normal and cancerous cells that have numerous chemical structures called

receptors embedded in them. Hormones and other chemicals are

naturally

secreted

in

the

body

target and bind to these

receptors. Each hormone binds only to a single receptor, like a lock

and

key.

The team, after surveying blood samples of leukemia patients,

found a receptor that is more prominently present in cancerous cells and engineered an immunotoxin to target tumour cells. While the toxin part of the immunotoxin in is traditionally derived from many sources-plant, bacteria (diphtheria), fungus or yeast, the team focused on human toxins (proteins that are by products

of

metabolism)

to

create

the

molecules.

The next step is clinical studies-producing immunotoxins in large amounts, and testing it on animals, in order to determine the maximum dosage of each immunotoxin that can be administered without causing harm.

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17-04-2015 The Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, and Excretion (ADME) of the drug in the animal, and extrapolateRead more UPCOMING EVENTS  1 IIMA International Conference on Advances in Healthcare Management Services is going to held at Ahmedabad, Gujrat, India on 6 th to 7 th June, 2015. 7 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-7-2" src="pdf-obj-7-2.jpg">

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The Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism,

and

Excretion

(ADME) of the drug in the animal, and extrapolate the amount required for a human, this plays a very vital role in the development of a formulation and also plays a major role in deciding the route of administration of a drug. The team is waiting for another grant to be cleared so that they can begin mass production and clinical trials, which he expects will take two to three years to complete.

Anurag Chanda B.Pharm, 4 th year GNIPST

  • DISEASE RELATED BREAKING NEWS

Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) – Saudi Arabia: (09 th April, 2015)

Between 24 and 31 March 2015, the National IHR Focal Point for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia notified WHO of 12 additional cases of Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) infection, including 2 deaths. Cases are listed by date of reporting, with the most recent case listed first.

  • UPCOMING EVENTS

1 st IIMA International Conference on Advances in Healthcare Management Services is going to held at Ahmedabad, Gujrat, India

on 6

th

to 7

th

June, 2015.

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17-04-2015 DRUGS UPDATES  FDA Approves Corlanor (ivabradine) to Treat Heart Failure: (15 April, 2015) TheRead more CAMPUS NEWS SPIRIT JIS 2015 On 03 to 05 April, 2015 JIS is going to organise SPIRIT JIS 2015.  GPAT 2015 Result: The following B.Pharm. final year students have qualified, GPAT- 2015. We congratulate them all. Diksha Kumari Rupanjay Bhattacharya Avik Paul  Xtasy 2015: GNIPST is going to organize the Tech Fest ‘Xtasy 2015’ from 30 March, 2015 to 1 April, 2015.  FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME: The FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME is going to organize by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell and Training & Placement Cell, GNIPST in collaboration with Indian Pharmacy 8 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-8-2" src="pdf-obj-8-2.jpg">

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DRUGS UPDATES

FDA Approves Corlanor (ivabradine) to Treat Heart Failure: (15 th April, 2015)

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Corlanor (ivabradine) to reduce hospitalization from worsening heart failure. Corlanor is approved for use in certain people who have long-lasting (chronic) heart failure caused by the lower-left part of their heart not contracting well. The drug is indicated for patients who have symptoms of heart failure that are stable, a normal heartbeat with a resting heart rate of at least 70 beats per minute and are also taking beta blockers at the highest dose they can tolerate.

  • CAMPUS NEWS

SPIRIT JIS 2015 On 03 to 05 th April, 2015 JIS is going to organise SPIRIT JIS 2015.

GPAT 2015 Result:

The following B.Pharm. final year students have qualified, GPAT- 2015. We congratulate them all.

Diksha Kumari

Rupanjay Bhattacharya

Avik Paul

  • Xtasy 2015:

GNIPST is going to organize the Tech Fest ‘Xtasy 2015’ from 30 th March, 2015 to 1 st April, 2015.

  • FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME:

The FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME is going to organize by the Entrepreneurship Development Cell and Training & Placement Cell, GNIPST in collaboration with Indian Pharmacy

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17-04-2015 Graduates’ Association (IPGA), Bengal Branch from 21 February to 11 April, 2015 at GNIPST Auditorium.

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Graduates’ Association (IPGA), Bengal Branch from 21 st February to 11 th April, 2015 at GNIPST Auditorium.

On 21 st February, 2015 the Finishing School Training Programme of GNIPST was inaugurated by Sri Soumen Mukhopadhyay, Deputy Director, Drug Control Office, Goutam Kr. Sen, President, IPGA, Mr. Subroto Saha, Asst. Directorate, Drug Control Office, Mr. Ranendra Chakraborty, Sales Manager and Associate Director Dr. Reddys Laboratory.

On 28th February, 2015 Dr. D. Roy, Former Deputy Drug Controller, Mr. Sujoy Chakraborty, divisional Therapy Manager, Cipla and Mr. Vikranjit Biswas, Senior Manager, Learning & Development, Cipla delivered their valuable lectures in the 2nd day FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME of GNIPST.

On 14th March, 2015 Mr. Milindra Bhattacharya, Senior Manager, QA & QC, Emami Ltd. and Mr. Joydev Bhoumik, Manager, Operation, Ranbaxy Laboratory Limited delivered their valuable lectures in the 3 rd day FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME of GNIPST.

On 21 st March, 2015 Mr. Tridib Neogi, Associate Vice-President (Quality Assurance), Albert David Ltd. delivered his valuable lectures in the 4 th FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME of GNIPST.

On 28 th March, 2015 Dr. Gautam Chaterjee, an Alumni of Jadavpur University and presently associated with NIPER delivered his valuable lectures in the 5 th FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME of GNIPST.

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17-04-2015 On 11 th April, 2015 the closing ceremony of the FINISHING SCHOOL TRAINING PROGRAMME was
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On
11 th
April,
2015
the
closing
ceremony
of the FINISHING
SCHOOL
TRAINING
PROGRAMME
was
held
in
GNIPST
Auditorium.
JOBS:
All the students of Final Year B. Pharm and M. Pharm are hereby
informed that an interview will be conducted by GSK for sales and
marketing job.
Details given below:
Date
: 27.03.2015
Time : 09:45 am
Venue
: GSK Consumer Healthcare Limited, Unit No. 208,
2 nd Floor, Ecospace Campus B (3 B), New Town,
Rajarhat, 24 Pgs (N). Kolkata-700156.
THYROCARE provisionally selected 15 students from JIS Group.
Amongst these, 3 students of B. Sc (H) Biotechnology and M. Sc
Biotechnology have been selected.
Ipsita Mondal (M. Sc Biotechnology)
Debriti Paul (M. Sc Biotechnology)
Debopriya Chatterjee {B. Sc (H) Biotechnology}
The final year students of B.Pharm (31 students) and B.Sc (11
students) attended the pooled campus drive of Abbott India Ltd.
on 10th March, 2015 at Jadavpur University. Among them 17
students have gone through to the final round of this pooled
campus drive and short listed for final selection.
ACHIEVEMENT:
Congratulations to Anurag Chanda, student of B.Pharm final year
who have got the 1 st prize in poster presentation event in Prakriti
2015 at Department of Agricultural and Food engineering, IIT,
Kharagpur.
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17-04-2015  OTHERS:  On 24 and 25 February, 2015 Swamiji of Gourio Math was delivered

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  • OTHERS:

  • On 24 th and 25 th February, 2015 Swamiji of Gourio Math was delivered some motivational lectuers in GNIPST.

  • The students of GNIPST participated in the 4 th Sardar Jodh Singh Trophy organised by NIT on 20

th

February, 2015.

  • On 8 th February, 2015 Gnipst celebrated the Reunion programme “Reminiscence Reloaded 2015”.

  • The 2 nd Annual Sports of GNIPST was held on 28th and 29th 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

Rohan Datta

Musical Chair (Staff):

Mr. Abir Koley

Ms. Priyanka Ray

Discuss Throw(Girls):

Priya Roy

Arjita Biswas

Mr. Debabrata Ghoshdastidar

Varsha Shrivastava

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17-04-2015 50 meter female flat race (staff): Ms. Aparupa Bhattacharya Ms. Priyanka Ray Ms. Anuranjita Kundu

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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

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):

Aindrila Bhowmick Nirmita Gupta

Mr. Ranjit

Ghosh

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17-04-2015 Krishnakali Basu 200 meter flat race (Boys): Dipankar Kamila Arijit Mitra Thakur Kaustav Sakar Sack

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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

Tug of war (Girls):

Krishnakali Basu

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17-04-2015 Indira Saha Chandrika Saha Maitryee Banerjee Kajal Nagpal  The male faculties and staffs of

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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.

17-04-2015 Indira Saha Chandrika Saha Maitryee Banerjee Kajal Nagpal  The male faculties and staffs of

STUDENTS’ SECTION

  • W HO CAN ANSWER FIRST????

  • Service before self is the motto of which organization?

Answer of Previous Issue’s Questions:

  • A) Mastan Babu Malli

Identify the person

17-04-2015 Indira Saha Chandrika Saha Maitryee Banerjee Kajal Nagpal  The male faculties and staffs of

Answer of Previous Issue’s Image:

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17-04-2015  Send Mastan Babu Malli your thoughts/ Quiz/Puzzles/games/write - ups or any other contr ibutionst gnipstbulletin@gmail.com EDITOR’S NOTE It is a great pleasure for me to publish the 2 issue of 44 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. ARCHIVE  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. 15 Click here to go at the top " id="pdf-obj-15-2" src="pdf-obj-15-2.jpg">

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Send

Mastan Babu Malli

your

thoughts/

Quiz/Puzzles/games/write - ups or any other

contr ibutions

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 44 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.

ARCHIVE

ARCHIVE

 

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.

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17-04-2015 b. Principal Investigator: Dr. LopamudraDutta. c. Grant-in-aid sanctioned: Rs. 16,25000/- only d. Approved duration: 3

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  • 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.

Activity Clubs of GNIPST:

Name of Club

Member Faculty

SPORTS

Mr. Debabrata GhoshDastidar

LITERARY AND PAINTING

 

SCIENCE AND INNOVATIVE MODELLING

Ms. Jeenatara Begum Mr. Samrat Bose

ECO

 

SOCIAL SERVICES

Ms. Sumana Roy Dr. Asis Bala

PHOTOGRAPHY

Ms. Sanchari Bhattacharya

CULTURAL

 

DEBATE AND EXTEMPORE

Ms. Priyanka Ray Mr. Soumya Bhattacharya

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