About Us

VISION

Siddhant College of Pharmacy will lead the way toward effective global health care by developing innovative teaching practices, advancing research and practice, and merging true entrepreneurial spirit with care and compassion.

MISSION

Siddhant College of Pharmacy fosters a learning-centered, research-oriented educational environment that encourages individuals to make positive lifelong contributions to global health. We prepare professional degree students to provide compassionate pharmacist and inspire our students through innovative problem-based learning, rich experiential curricula, and inter- professional collaboration. We foster a community of scholars who will further the body of knowledge in pharmaceutical, biomedical, and clinical sciences. We strive to improve quality of life locally, nationally, and globally.

  • Medicinal Plants Garden & Drug Museum
  • Library & Reading Hall
  • Laboratories
  • Classrooms and Tutorial Rooms
  • Computer Center

Why Choose Siddhant

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

We provide excellent sprawling premises, spacious, well ventilated and well equipped laboratories along with central library , classrooms, computer section with high speed internet, seminar hall, auditorium, conference hall, canteen, health care center , area for recreational activities, teaching & non-teaching staff housing and permanent campus security.

Library

Library

The library is well furnished, computerized, ventilated and well illuminated. It can accommodate more than eighty students at a time. The library has large number of books and annual membership of many pharmaceutical and related journals, e books, and e journals, national and international journals and periodicals. The library remains open till late evening hours.

Medicinal Plants Garden & Drug Museum

Medicinal Plants Garden & Drug Museum

College has developed medicinal plants garden with number of aromatic and medicinal plants. Drug museum displays various dosage forms used for treatment of diseases.

Reading Hall

Reading Hall

Laboratories

Laboratories

Thepractical exposure in pharmacy curriculum is necessary. Keeping in mind necessity of practical training in various aspects of drugs &dosage formspacious and utility oriented laboratories have been constructed. We have laboratories for Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry , Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy& Pilot Plant. The laboratories are well equipped with chemicals, glass wares, equipments, instruments and machineries, which are required for training & it add more industry & research based approach in student

Classrooms and Tutorial Rooms

Classrooms and Tutorial Rooms

The classrooms and tutorial rooms are of required standards which are provided with all facilities for teaching- learning process. Along with classical facilities like blackboard, chalk, the desk chairs etc. and other facilities are also provided viz. LCD projectors, OHP , etc., which are at par with modern designs standards of virtual class room. It boosts presentation skill and provides best suitable environment for the discussions and debate. Power back up facility is provided for all the classroom

Computer Center

Computer Center

The computer center has adequate number of terminals with internet facility, power backup and necessary educational software’s for students. A minimum of twenty students can easily work in the laboratory at a time.

President Desk

INSPIRATIONAL is possibly the only word left in my mind to portray and to describe our Institution where hard work, intelligence, devotions and commitments are recognized and worshiped. It is always an honor to welcome the students from different parts of India with completely different cultures and traditions.

CAYMET was established with great expectation and I am proud and satisfied with the development of trust by providing excellent infrastructure and quality education in extreme of engineering, pharmacy, computer science and business management.

“ Family and Friendly” these are two different words which I over and over again got as an answer from my students when asked about how they feel studying in an institution which provides them different courses under one umbrella.

I greet all the students and their guardians with warm respect to experience the best facilities, support, students counseling and career services for being a better human and a competitor in the global market around the world.

Best Wishes and Warm Welcome
Rajendra Singh Yadav
(President, Siddhant Group of Institutions)

Dean Desk

INSPIRATIONAL is possibly the only word left in my mind to portray and to describe our Institution where hard work, intelligence, devotions and commitments are recognized and worshiped. It is always an honor to welcome the students from different parts of India with completely different cultures and traditions.

CAYMET was established with great expectation and I am proud and satisfied with the development of trust by providing excellent infrastructure and quality education in extreme of engineering, pharmacy, computer science and business management.

“ Family and Friendly” these are two different words which I over and over again got as an answer from my students when asked about how they feel studying in an institution which provides them different courses under one umbrella.

I greet all the students and their guardians with warm respect to experience the best facilities, support, students counseling and career services for being a better human and a competitor in the global market around the world.

Shree. G.M.Deshmukh
Dean & Technical Advisor.
(CAYMET’S Siddhant Group of Institutions)

Principal Desk

Dear Students, 
Siddhant College of Pharmacy is right choice for your important step of graduation and post-graduation education and you will never regret it. You will definitely learn the science of pharmacy and along with it you will become a trustworthy Professional that nation needs. The teaching learning process at Siddhant college of Pharmacy emphasizes on personalized attention where students of all socioeconomic backgrounds feel comfortable. Students at Siddhant enjoy the process of graduation and are highly motivated. Systems are designed to encourage active involvement for developing and expressing the curious and creative minds. Along with graduation we emphasize on development of personality and right attitude as a Professional. We treat our student as professional right from day one and mould them to utilize their optimum potential to quench the requirement of nation. Students trained here definitely get placed and excel to their choice of future career with foundation that is set here. We also train students for post- graduation by providing well-equipped laboratories and qualified staff. We are reputed for excellent results and best placement of our students in the field of industry, marketing and research. We have excellent research facilities where we have tie-up with industries. We have highly qualified team of faculty with four doctorates and other persuading doctorates to meet the need of higher education.

Best Wishes and Warm Welcome
Dr. R. K. Dumbre
Principal Siddhant College of Pharmacy

Last Five Year Result(2012 to 2017)

2012-13

I Year 71.92%
I Year 82.81%
III Year 96%
IV Year 85.1%

2014-15

I Year 85.71%
I Year 93.93%
III Year 84.21%
IV Year 81.35%

2016-17

I Year 96.49%
I Year 92.42%
III Year 100%
IV Year 88%

2013-14

I Year 90.9%
I Year 84.21%
III Year 91.37%
IV Year 100%

2015-16

I Year 88.88%
I Year 95%
III Year 95.23%
IV Year 89.58%

Our Skilled Instructors

Dr. Narendra M. Gowekar

Designation: Professor
Qualification: M Pharm PhD
Total experience:17
Paper published in journal
International:18
National: 4
Conference attended:
International: 5
National: 16

Dr. Narendra M. Gowekar

Dr. Pratima S. Shinde

Designation: Associate professor
Qualification:M.Pharm, PhD
Total experience:10 years
Paper published in journal
International:4
National:
Conference attended:
International:04
National:10

Dr. Pratima S. Shinde

Dr.Swati N. Deshmukh

Designation:Assistant Professor
Qualification:M.Pharm (Pharmacognosy),Ph.D
Total experience:12 yrs
Paper published in journal
International:15
National:01
Conference attended:
National:06

Dr.Swati N. Deshmukh

Mr. A.D.Chimbalkar

Designation:Asst. Prof.
Qualification:
M.Pharm;PhD
Total experience:10.5
Paper published in journal
International: 8
Conference attended:
International:01
National:7

Mr. A.D.Chimbalkar

Mr. Sagar D. Kore

Designation:Assistant Professor
Qualification:M.Pharm (PhD- Pursuing)
Total experience:07 yrs
Paper published in journal
International:4
Conference attended:
National:04
State: 09

Mr. Sagar D. Kore

Mr. Tushar B. Salunke

Assistant Professor
M.Pharm (PhD- Pursuing)
Total experience: 04 yrs
Paper published in journal
International:4
Conference attended:
International:05
National:04, State: 03

Mr. Tushar B. Salunke

Prof. Swati V. Jogdand

Assistant professor (Pharma)
M. Pharm(PhD- Pursuing)
Total experience:10.5 years
Paper published
International:06
Conference attended
International:02
National:02

Prof. Swati V. Jogdand

Program Outcomes

A. Graduates will acquire adequate scientific information regarding basic principles of Pharmaceutical and Medicinal     chemistry, Pharmaceutics including Cosmetology, Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy. They will also have hands on     training of practical aspects of Synthesis of APIs and its intermediates along with Formulation and Development, Analysis     and Quality assurance of various pharmaceutical dosage forms including those of herbal origin as per standards of official     books, WHO, and other regulatory agencies.
B. Graduate will be able to think logically and solve the problems, will develop an ability to conduct, analyze and interpret     data of pharmaceutical experiments in various departments (Eg: Drug discovery, Formulation & Development, Production,     Quality control & Quality assurance etc) as per the needs of pharmaceutical industries
C. Graduates will develop an ability to visualize and work on multidisciplinary tasks. They will be able to demonstrate     necessary skills (eg.working independently, time management and organizational skills).They will demonstrate an     adaptable, flexible and effective approach towards organizational development.
D. Graduates will develop interpersonal skills such as influencing others, negotiating and working with others, conflict     management and leading others through the problem-solving process. They will be able to lead and function both     individually and as a member of a team.
E. Graduates will demonstrate knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities as per pharmaceutical jurisprudence.     They will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in all disciplines of Pharmaceutical sciences and develop a sound     pharmaceutical care plan to manage medication-related problems. They will retrieve, evaluate, and apply current drug     information in the delivery of pharmaceutical care and assure safe and accurate preparation and dispensing of     medications.
F. Graduates will demonstrate the impact of pharmacy knowledge on the society and also will be aware of modern issues.     They will create awareness of healthcare issues through interactions with others and will gain a sense of self-respect     towards community and citizenship.
G. Graduates will be able to demonstrate a high-level of understanding of the key stages in drug discovery, development,     and commercialization. This will lead to the manufacturing of drugs and pharmaceuticals considering its impact on the     environment and surrounding.
H. The graduates will swear by a code of ethics of Pharmacy Council of India in relation to community and shall act as     integral part of a health care system. They will demonstrate honesty, integrity, ethical understanding, and respect for     others and will carry out their professional responsibilities by adhering to high ethical standards.
I. The graduates will acquire excellent interpersonal oral communication and writing skills. They will be able to demonstrate     knowledge and proficiency with current audio-visual presentation technologies and develop an ability to communicate     scientific knowledge in non-expert/lay term by adopting various modes of scientific communications (e.g., abstract,     manuscripts, project reports, oral and poster presentations etc). This will allow effective exchange of professional     information
J. Graduates will master the key concepts in the discipline of their interest in pharmaceutical sciences. They will     demonstrate these skills to use modern pharmaceutical tools, software, and equipments to analyze & solve problems.
K. Graduates will apply theoretical and practical skills developed through classroom, laboratories and team project     experiences and thus will develop confidence and will be able to i) do specialized research in the core and applied areas of     pharmaceutical sciences. ii) manufacture, analyse and assure the drug based formulations. iii) promote and market the     pharmaceuticals and iv) train the budding pharmacist to become self-reliant pharmacist and a health care professional.

Code of Conduct

Rule and regulations at our institutes are set to provide students with guidelines of expected behavior. These guidelines are set not only to teach children to respect themselves, but also to respect others. When a child misbehaves or acts inappropriately, redirection, distraction and / or firm limit setting is used in the first hand. Calming down time is used if the misbehavior continues. We practice a positive approach to discipline.

 

• The students should strictly obey the instructions given by the Principal & Teacher from time to time.
• The students should carry an identity card with them regularly and it should be produced if demanded by authority of the    college.
• Students should be regular and punctual in attending the classes and practical’s. The students are required to submit their    assignments in the time failing which they shall be subjected to disciplinary action.
• The college expects 100% attendance for the theory & practical sessions. Some relaxation is possible to extend of 10% on valid    grounds and with prior permission of the principal. However in no case the attendance should be less than 75% separately for    theory and practical’s otherwise they shall be detained from appearing for university exams.
• The students will not be allowed to appear for I / II / III sessional examinations if they fail to maintain 75% attendance in each    theory & practical separately. This attendance will be calculated from day one i.e. opening date of the college. No excuses of    any sort will be entertained.
• The attendance for all three sessional of theory & practical’s conducted by the college is compulsory.
• Ragging in any form within or outside the college and hostels is totally banned. When brought to the notice, defaulter will be    summarily expelled from the college.
• Internal evaluation of the subject, may not be permitted to appear for the University examination.
• If the students are found weak in certain subjects they will have to attend extra classes as notified and make the required    progress to come at par with the other students.
• The students should read the notice displayed on the notice board regularly and the college will not be responsible for the loss    of any advantage due to the negligence of reading the notice by the students.
• Smoking or chewing gum, gutkha, pan in the premises is strictly prohibited.
• The use of electronic communication device like mobile phone, pager are strictly prohibited in the college.
• The students should not involve in any such activity which may cause damage to the college property. It will be viewed seriously    and is likely to result in the recovery of the cost of damage.
• Students are bounded by rules and regulations framed by the college from time to time. Any violation of the rules shall result in    disciplinary action which may lead to dismissal from the college.
• The above rules of discipline are subjected to changes or modifications. These modifications can be done whenever the Principal    deems it fit & proper. The decision of the Principal shall be final and binding on the students.
• Notice board and the institutional website are the only authorized media of communication with the students and others.

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