Department of Pharmacology

  • Introduction of Department
  • Vision
  • Facilities of Department
  • Faculty Members
  • Faculty Residents
  • Courses
  • Labs
  • Syllabus details
  • Competency based under Graduate
  • Department Publications

Introduction

Department of Pharmacology & Therapeutics is a postgraduate department situated on third floor of Para- Clinical Block along with Department of Community Medicine. Department has spacious cabins for faculty and staff besides having several laboratories, library, museum, demonstration room and office etc. It is equipped with state of the art equipments for teaching and carrying out research in various fields of pharmacology and therapeutics. 

The department is running undergraduate medical (MBBS) course for 100 students and postgraduate (MD) course for 3 students every year.

Adverse Drug Reaction Monitoring Center under aegis of Indian Pharmacopoeia Commission IPC-PvPI (Ghaziabad U.P.) was established in 2013.

Vision

The vision of the Department of Pharmacology is to 

  • Be a recognized and distinguished unit in the field of pharmacology and therapeutics.
  • Improve learning and education of pharmacology in integrative manner with basic medical sciences in the medical college.
  • Become a top-ranked research-intensive academic center in the disciplines of Pharmacology in India and beyond.
  • Prepare the under and postgraduate students for their future success in life through a host of up-to-date courses in Pharmacology
  • Develop a rigorous scientific attitude so that they can serve the Medical and other Health-related professions in the best possible way, thereby improving the quality of life.

MISSION STATEMENT

  • Inspiring Education: Develop exceptional, innovative and diverse pharmacy leaders and scientists.
  • Discovering Solutions: Advance the science, development, implementation, and outcomes of safe and appropriate treatments.
  • Serving People and Communities:
  • Promote the health and well-being of the public, locally and globally.

CORE VALUES

Our mission, vision and strategic plan must reflect the values that define the unique identity and character of our School.Respect, integrity, diversity and community are at the heart of our enterprise.

We believe in:

  • A Passion for Discovery and Learning
  • Excellence in Every Endeavor
  • Integration and Synergy of Research and Education
  • The Quality and Breadth of Our Academic Programs
  • An Essential Partnership of Students, Faculty and Staff
  • Cultivating Strong, External Collaborations
  • Embracing Diverse Perspectives, Beliefs and Cultures
  • Celebrating Scholarship, Achievements and Successes
  • Serving for the Greater Good of Society

Facilities

Department has all the facilities for teaching and training of undergraduate and Postgraduate students of Pharmacology.

Faculty Members

# Photo Name Qualifications Designations Email ID Date of Joining Awards
1 Dr. D.K. Kansal

MD Pharmacology

Professor and Head Dinesh.kansal56@gmail.com 18-07-2008

Bharat Vidya Rattan

2 Dr. Atal Sood

MD Pharmacology

Associate Professor
3 Dr. Sushma Sawaraj

MD Pharmacology

Assistant Professor sushmaswaraj07@gmail.com 19-10-2019

Senior Residents

# Name Qualification Date of Joining
1 Dr. Sonia

MD Pharmacology

31-10-2018
2 Dr. Neetu Bala

MD Pharmacology

01-06-2019
3 Dr. Binny Mahendru

MD Pharmacology

06-11-2019

Junior Residents

# Name Date of Joining
1 Dr. H.S Shabarwal 03-05-2017
2 Dr. KSDS Guleria 27-04-2018
3 Dr. Arun Kumar Negi 03-05-2018
4 Dr. Nitin Patiyal 19-05-2018
5 Dr. Ajay Kumar 03-05-2019
6 Dr. Shilpa Sharma 03-05-2019
7 Dr. Deeksha Sharma 03-05-2019

S.O.P's


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Teaching Roster


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Courses

The Department is imparting knowledge of Pharmacology to Second Prof. year MBBS students. Second Year Batch remains with the Department in Third, Fourth and Fifth Semesters after that the students are examined. Post graduation i.e. MD in Pharmacology being Started.

Labs

# Name Number of labs
1 Pharmacy Lab: For UG and PG Training 1
2 Experimental Lab: For UG and PG Training 1
3 Clinical Pharmacology Lab: Well equipped For UG and PG Training 1

Competency based under graduate curriculum

CBUGC Pharma

Department Highlights (Past 5 Years)

Awards:

Won first prize for Quiz at 38th National Workshop on Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics (NWCPT-2019), Department of Pharmacology, PGI Chandigarh; Dr. Arun Kumar Negi, Dr. Nitin Patiyal and Dr. Kunwar Shailen Dev Singh Guleria; PG residents

Publication List:

Gupta N, Kansal D, Sharma A. Cardiovascular effects of saponin from Albizzia chinensis. Indian J Pharm Pharmacol. 2018;5(4):187-190.

Gupta N, Kansal D, Sharma A. Anti-inflammatory studies on a saponin albichinoside. Indian J Pharm Pharmacol. 2018;5(4):191-194.

Kumari A, Sharma PK, Kansal D, Bansal R, Kumari S. Sociodemographic profile of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis patients and its association with severity of adverse drug reactions in DOTS plus centre at a tertiary hospital in Himachal Pradesh, India. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2018;7:2342-6.

Sharad S, Kansal D , Sharma V, Sharma P. To compare the safety and efficacy of diacerein and oxaceprol in the management of grade I & II osteoarthritis of the knee. Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, July-September, 2018;5(3):105-109.

Gupta N, Kansal D,Neuropharmacological effects of Albizzia Chinensis extract. Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, July-September, 2018;5(3):129-134

Dhiman S, Bansal R, Kansal D, Sharma P. Assessment of health related quality of life of drug resistant tuberculosis patients. Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2018;5(2):62-65

Chanchal A, Bhonge S, Gavade R, Raut D, Kansal D. Impact of mass media on knowledge attitude and practices (KAP) amongst the ANC mothers attending the ICTC at Dr RPG Medical college, Tanda. Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2018;5(2):75-81

Dahiwele A, Kansal D, Kapoor D, Sharma P. Improvement in lipid profile of the patients with saxagliptin as add-on therapy to metformin in patients with type 2 DM who were previously on metformin alone with uncontrolled diabetes. IP International Journal of Comprehensive and Advanced Pharmacology, January-March,2018;3(1):10-12

Prajapati H, Kansal D, Chaudhary U K. Pattern of adverse drug reaction in rural tertiary care medical college and hospital of Himachal Pradesh: A retrospective observational study. Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, January-March, 2018;5(1):4-6.

Prajapati H, Kansal D, Negi R. Magnesium valproate-induced pedal edema on chronic therapy: A rare adverse drug reaction. Indian J Pharmacol 2017;49:399-400.

Kumar A, Kansal D, Chaudhary UK. Pattern of prevalence of disease and drug prescription in a rural tertiary care teaching hospital of Himachal Pradesh. International Journal of Comprehensive and Advanced Pharmacology, April-June,2017;2(2): 65-67

Sharma T, Sharam A, Kansal D, Prajapati H. Carbamazepine induced secondary hypothyroidism: A rare clinical entity. International Journal of Comprehensive and Advanced Pharmacology, April-June,2017;2(2): 68-69.

Prajapati H, Kansal D. Polyvalent antisnake venom: Adverse drug reactions in children. International Journal of Comprehensive and Advanced Pharmacology, April-June,2017;2(2):70-71.

Kumar A, Kansal D, Chaudhary U K. Study of prescription pattern in medicine intensive care unit of a rural medical college and hospital of Himachal Pradesh: A retrospective observational study. IP International Journal of Comprehensive and Advanced Pharmacology, July-September, 2017;2(3):88-92.

Kumar A, Kansal D, Chaudhary U K. Retrospective observational study of antimicrobial drugs utilisation in medical ICU in a tertiary care teaching hospital of Himachal Pradesh. IP International Journal of Comprehensive and Advanced Pharmacology, July-September, 2017;2(3):93-98..

Prajapati H, Kansal D. Polyvalent antisnake venom : Adverse drug reactions in children. International Journal of Comprehensive and Advanced Pharmacology, April-June, 2017;2(2):66-67

Kumar A, Chaudhary UK, Kansal D, Rana S, Sharma V, Kumar P. Comparison of intravenous Magnesium Sulphate for post-operative analgesia in orthopaedic patients undergoing extracapsular hip fracture surgery. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2017;6:159-166.

Dahiwele A, Kansal D, Sood A, Kapoor D, Sharma PK, Sharma A. Saxagliptin induced bilateral knee arthralgia. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016; 5: 2283-5.

Sood V, Sharma P, Bansal R and Kansal D. Comparison of efficacy of high dose inhaled corticosteroids with a combination of low dose inhaled corticosteroids and long acting beta 2 agonists in patients of moderate persistent asthma: A randomized prospective comparative study. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016; 5: 929-34.

Sharma A, Kansal D, Sharma PK, Bansal R, SharmaT. Socio-demographic profile of NSP patients of PTB in a tertiary care hospital. Indian Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, October-December 2016;3(4);162-164.

Kumar A, Kansal D, Sharma PK, Bhardwaj A, Swaraj S. To study the pattern of adverse drug reactions among patients hospitalized in medical wards of a tertiary care hospital. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016; 5: 1972-77.

Sharma A, Kansal D, Katoch K, Sharma PK, Bansal R, Sharma T. Treatment outcome of new smear positive patients of pulmonary tuberculosis treated under directly observed treatment, short-course in a rural tertiary care hospital of a hilly area. Int J Community Med Public Health 2016;3:2129-32.

Sharma A, Kansal D, Katoch K, Sharma PK, Bansal R, Sharma T. Pattern of adverse drug reactions in new smear positive patients of pulmonary tuberculosis treated under Directly observed treatment short course . Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2016; 5: 1397-1401.

Sood A, Bansal R, Sharma A, Himani, Bhagra S, Kansal D. Profile of adverse drug reactions in patients on anti-tubercular drugs in a sub Himalayan rural tertiary care teaching hospital. Int J Res Med Sci 2016;4:4465-71.

Sharma PK, Kansal D, Bansal R, Sharma A. To design and implement a prescription writing teaching module for second professional medical students. International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research 2015; 5 (Suppl 1): S38-S40.

Sharma T, Sharma A, Sharma PK, Kansal D. An unusual case of trifluoperazine induced hypoglycemia. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2015; 4(5): 1029-30.

Kumar A, Kansal D, Chaudhary UK, Sharma A, Sharma R. Allopurinol inappropriate use in case of asymptomatic hyperuricaemic patient causes fatal allopurinol hypersensitive syndrome: lesson to all. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2015; 4: 1302-4.

Kumar A, Kansal D, Chaudhary UK, Sharma A,Sharma R. Carbamazepine-induced Stevens Johnson syndrome: a case series of three case reports. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2015; 4: 797-801.

Kumar A, Kansal D, Chaudhary UK, Sharma A, Sharma R. A case of nevirapine-induced exfoliative dermatitis in an immunocompromised patient a case report. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2015; 4: 1034-6.

Sushma Swaraj , Kansal D , Parveen Kumar Sharma , Kamlesh Thakur, Rekha Bansal. Bacterial Spectrum and pattern of Antimicrobial sensitivity among outpatients with pneumonia in a Tertiary care hospital, Journal of evolution of medical and dental sciences: 2015; Vol-4, Issue 29 Page 5010-16.

Mahendru B, Kansal D, Sharma PK, Dogra SS. Comparison of the safety and efficacy of caroverine and betahistine in patients of subjective tinnitus. Int J Basic Clin Pharmacol 2014; 3: 1000-5.

P.K. Sohi, B. Prashar,D. Kansal “Comparative evaluation of Anti-depressant Activity of Glycerrhiza Glabra and Piper Nigrum Combination with Individual Drug Effects and Standard Drug Imipramine in Mice”Int.j. of Pharm. Res. &All. Sci2013;Volume2, Issue 4,16-21.

D. K. Kansal, A. Chakrabarti.: “An observational study on neurobehavioural effects of acute oxydemeton- methyl (insecticide and acaricide) exposure in rats. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2000;44(1):57-63.

D. K. Kansal, A. Chakrabarti.: “Neurobehavioural study of subchronic administration of oxydemeton- methyl (insecticide and acaricide) exposure in rats. Indian J Physiol Pharmacol 2001;45(3):329-336.

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