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DST-FIST grant of Rs. 1.0 Crore is awarded to BNCP. Dr. Munira Momin is co-ordinator and Dr. Tabassum Khan is the Principal Investigator of this grant.
Dr. Munira Momin Received Research grant of Rs. 17.62 lacs from "Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission, Government of Maharashtra" for the research project titled "Development of Nanoemulgel for Arthritic Inflammation and Pain Based on Ethnomedicinal Plant of Western India”.
Dr. Tabassum Khan has been awarded the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute, Shastri Mobility Programme (SMP) for the year 2017-18. This is a National level award in the teachers category and she is one of the eight awardees in the country.
This award is for a period of 3 weeks to learn advanced pedagogy and work on a short term project in Medicinal Chemistry and novel drug delivery approaches to combat biofilms and cancer at Laurentian University, Canada. It includes round-trip, visa, insurance and living expenses in Canada. This programme is supported by Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Government of India.
Dr. Tabassum Khan Received Research Grant of Rs. 18.80 from Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission Government of Maharashtra, Govt Of Maharashtra for research project titled “Fortified Nutraecuticals of Acacia Nilotica Pods- A Health product Geriatric Patients”.
Dr. Munira Momin was invited as a guest speaker at one day seminar on "Woman Undaunted" organised by LM College of Pharmacy, Ahmedabad, 8th March 2018.
Dr. Tabassum Khan has received grant under "Shastri Mobility Programme" by Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute.
Felicitation of Principal, Dr. Munira Momin for being reviewer of Indian Drugs Journal, published by Indian Drug Manufacturer's Association (IDMA)
Dr. Sujata Sawarkar receives " Best Research And Industry Outcome" award at Annual Day Function of the College
Mrs. Padmini Ravikumar receives " Best Performing Faculty" award at Annual Day Function of the College
Dr. Atul Sherje was Facilitated in recognition of his "Contribution to designing artwork for the institute" at the Annual Day Function.
Dr. Pramila Chaubey, Dr. Kavitkumar Patel, Dr. Meenal Rane, and Mrs. Madhavi Apte participated in Pre-conference on "Future Healthcare: Sensing Disease and Role of IoT in Healthcare, 14th Feb, 2018 organized by Pharmacy Colleges of SVKM. Dr. Munira Momin was chairperson for the sessions.
Mrs. Manisha Oza and Mrs. Rashmi Mallya presented paper at 50th Annual conference of Indian Pharmacological Society (IPSCON 2018), 15-17 Feb, 2018.
Dr. Tabassum Khan also participated in the conference.
Th econference was organized by SPP School of Pharmacy and Technology Management, SVKM's NMIMS, Mumbai in association with Indian Pharmacological Society.
Mrs. Rashmi Mallya received research grant of Rs. 2.0 Lakh for her project titled "Identification of antilcukemic agents from Zanthoxylum rhetsa" from "Lady Tata Memorial Trust".
Paper presentation by Dr. Sujata Sawarkar at 16th International Symposium on Advances in Technology and Business Potential Of New Drug Delivery Systems organized CRS- Indian Local Chapter on 23rd February 2018.
Dr. Munira Momin, Mrs. Padmini Ravikumar & Dr. Sujata Sawarkar received Research Grants from Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission, Maharashtra State worth Rs. 30.84 Lacs.
Dr. Tabassum Khan was awarded the “Dr. P. D. Sethi Memorial National Award 2016” for the Best Research Paper on “Application of TLC / HPTLC in Pharma, Herbal and other Analysis” for her research paper titled, "Standardisation and HPTLC method development of marketed ayurvedic formulation–Balarishta" co-authored by Ms. Rashmi Mallya and Ms. Anjali Gohel. This National level award is sponsored by Anchrom Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.
Dr. Sujata P. Sawarkar presented research paper entitled,”” Formulation and evaluation of topical formulation of a local anaesthetic drug for pain management” at 42nd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society at Edinburgh, Scotland 26th July 2015 to 29th July 2015.
Mrs. Padmini Ravikumar presented research paper as a co-author entitled,”” Formulation and evaluation of topical formulation of a local anaesthetic drug for pain management” at 42nd Annual Meeting & Exposition of the Controlled Release Society at Edinburgh, Scotland 26th July 2015 to 29th July 2015.
Dr. Pravin Kale was felicitated by University of Mumbai with a Silver medal & Certificate for holding second position in the Medicine and Pharmacy Teacher Category at the University level AVISHKAR RESEARCH CONVENTION.
Same project was selected to participate as an official entry of the University of Mumbai at the Inter University State Level Research Convention Avishkar. The title of project was “Assessment and Comparison of new Augmentation Approach Comprising Caffeine, Duloxetine, and Bupropion in the treatment of depression”.
The project presentation was also selected for final round. It was amongst 6 finalist selected from 20 different University participants.
Dr. Tabassum Khan, Associate Professor, Dept. of Pharm Chem & Quality Assurance presented her research work at “HPLC 2015”, The 42nd International Symposium on High Performance Liquid Phases Separations and Related Techniques held on June 21-25, 2015 at Geneva, Switzerland.
She presented her research work on “Analytical method development and validation studies of Ticagrelor tablets by RP-HPLC” and “RP-HPLC method for simultaneous determination of Sitagliptin and Metformin in fixed dose combination tablets”.
She was awarded a registration fee waiver of 250 CHF from the Scientific Committee, HPLC 2015.
Mr. Pravin Kale, Asst. Prof. BNCP, presented his research work at the conference “Cell Symposium: Translational Neuroscience 2014,” held on 13-14th November, at Arlington, VA, USA.
He presented his research work on “Effect of duloxetine or bupropion combination with caffeine on anhedonia.
He received a travel grant award of INR 1,25,894/- from funding agency SERB and DST, Government of India.
He also received financial support of INR 18,880/- from Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM) for attending the conference.
Dr. Lokesh Kumar Bhatt, Asst. Prof. BNCP, presented his research work at the conference “12th World Congress on Insulin Resistance, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease” held on 20-22nd Nov 2014 at Los Angeles, California, USA.
He presented his research work on “Inhibition of MMP-2 and MMP-9: A novel approach to prevent cardiovascular dysfunctions in type 2 diabetes.”
He was awarded US $ 240 from Metabolic Endocrine Education Foundation (MEFF), California, USA.
He received a travel grant award of INR 1,04,000/- from DST, Government of India.
He also received financial support of US $780 from Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM) for attending the conference.