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MoU with RIMS


Seminar Date
Duration in Days
Contact Details
Pedoart 2015, 37th ISPD National Conference
Dr. Arun B Sajjanar Reader Dept. Of Pedodontics & Pre.
47th Annual National Conference Of National Society of India
Dr. R. Hemalatha Org. Sec. & Scientist ‘F’,
National Institute Of Nutrition Hyderabad
Pre-Conference of IFDC-2015 11th International Food Data Conference On Food Composition And Public Health Nutrition
Dr. R. Ananthan Scientist ‘C’ Division of Food Chemistry National Institute of Nutrition Hyderabad

Guest Lectures

Guest Lectures Conducted during 2015-2016
S.No Date Title of the Programme Speaker Details
1 14-07-2015 Drug Controlling in pharmacist Dr. E. Vigneshwaran
RIPER, Anantapur.
2 15-07-2015 Clinical trial Prof. K.V.S.R.G. Prasad
Dept. of Pharmaceutical science, Sri Padamavathi mahila viswa vidyalayam, Tirupathi
3 16-07-2015 Myocardial infarction Dr. CH. Siva Reddy
Professor, KVSR Siddhartha, Vijayawada.
4 17-07-2015 Usage of dosage forms Dr. K. Gnanaprakash
Ratnam College of Pharmacy, Nellore
5 21-07-2015 Demonstrating software for pharmacological experiment Mr. Vamsi Kumar
Elsevier company, Sales Representative
6 20-08-2015 Pharmacokinetics Dr. R. Shanmuk Sundharam
JKKN Natarajan College of Pharmacy
7 01-09-2015 Vaccines Dr.V.Kishan
Professor, KU, Warangal
8 03-09-2015 Herbal drugs Dr.A.Lakshmana Rao
V.V Institute of Pharmaceutical sciences, Gundlavalli
9 07-09-2015 Jobs in pharmacy field Dr.C.Sreedhar
SPSP college, Tiruchanoor
10 14-09-2015 Preparation of drugs Dr.Adharvanachari
Director, Maxwell organosation
11 24-09-2015 DNA fingerprint Dr.Amit Kumar
IEEE section, Hyderabad
12 01-10-2015 Eye infection Dr. C. Seetha Devi
HOD, Hindu College of Pharmacy, Guntur
Guest Lectures Conducted during 2014-2015
S.No Date Title of the Programme Speaker Details
1 07-07-2014 A rational approach in design fixed dose combination Mr.J. Balasubramanyan
Regulatory manager, AEON Forumalations company, Chennai.
2 27-07-2014 Drug Discovery and Development Prof. K.V.S.R.G. Prasad
Dept. of Pharmaceutical science, Sri padamavathi mahila viswa vidyalayam, Tirupathi.
3 02-08-2014 Orientation programme drug therapy problem-a practical approach with example Dr. CH. Siva Reddy
Professor, KVSR Siddhartha, Vijayawada.
4 03-08-2014 Quantitative and Qualitative analysis of drugs and poisons through poison analysis centre Dr. V. Sankar
Professor, PSG Pharmacy College, Vijayawada
5 04-08-2014 Scope of clinical research in India Dr. M. P. Narmada
Professor, Nehru college of Pharmacy, Kerala.
6 05-08-2014 Methods of post marketing surveillance and new drug application Dr. K. T. Senthil Kumar
Professor, KMCH College of Pharmacy, Coimbatore.
7 06-08-2014 Discovery and Development of drugs Dr. S. Kavimani
Professor, MRIHS College of Pharmacy, Pondicherry.
8 29-09-2014 Need of regulatory affairs pharmaceutical manufacturing and marketing Mr. J. Balasubramanyan
AEON Formulation Regulatory manager, Chennai.
9 22-10-2014 Use of LC-MS Tools in characterization of Degradation products Mr. S. Pavan Kumar Raju
Sun Pharma Company, Department of Analytical R & D Research Association.
10 20-12-2014 Research Methodology and science writing Prof. C. Veeresham
Kakatiya University, Warangal.
11 22-12-2014 Nano Technology in pharmacy Dr. M. Sudhakar
Principal, Mallaredy College of Pharmacy, Hyderabad.
12 29-12-2014 Overview of mass spectroscopy Dr. A. Suneetha
Prof and Head, Hindu College of Pharmacy Guntur.
13 03-01-2015 Development of a new HPLC method through pre column derivatization Dr. K. Prasad
Bhemavaram College of Pharmacy, Bheemavaram.
Guest Lectures Conducted during 2013-2014
S.No Date Title of the Programme Speaker Details
1 20-10-2013 Career in Pharmacy Prof. D. Ranganayakulu
Principal, SPSP, Tirupati
Dr. S. Vidhyadhara
Principal, CHIPHS, Guntur
Dr. P. Srinivasa Babu
Principal, Vignan College of Pharmacy, Guntur
Dr. M. Eswara Gupta
Director of PG courses,
Sir C.R. Reddy college of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Elur
2 21-10-2013 Challenges in Pharma industry for pharmacy professionals Dr.P. Ravi Prakash Principal,
CES’s college of Pharmacy, Kurnool
3 24-10-2013 Patent cases and human Rights Prof. Vijaya Ratna
Professor AU college of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Chairman, Ethical committee, KGH, Vizag
4 31-10-2013 Medicine Resources India Prof. Vijaya Ratna
Professor AU college of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chairman, Ethical committee, KGH, Vizag
5 07-11-2013 Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques-An Overview Prof. G. Achaiah
Dept. of Pharmaceutical chemistry, University college of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kakatiya University, Warangal
6 13-11-2013 Pharmacovigilance Prof. G. Krishna Mohan
BOS Chairperson,
Centre for Pharmaceutical Sciences, JNTUH, Hyderabad.
Dr. A. Ramesh
Vishnu Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Hyderabad.
7 19-11-2013 Awareness on intellectual property rights Ms. Priyanka
Senior patent analyst
8 23-11-2013 Bioavailability & Bioequivalence Dr. T. E. G. K. Murthy
Principal, Bapatla College of Pharmacy
9 22-02-2014 Awareness on fire explosion and its prevention Mr. G. Narayana
Kings Foundation Engineer, Vijayawada.
Guest Lectures Conducted during 2012-2013
S.No Date Title of the Programme Speaker Details
1 19-01-2013 Generic and brand medicine Dr. M. Subba Rao Scientist, Dr. Reddy’s lab, Hyderabad
2 05-04-2013 Awareness on pregnancy Dr. Uma Devi Asst. Professor, Kurnool medical college
3 20-03-2013 Use of micromedex Mr. M. Amarnath

Training & Placement Cell

The placement cell pays a critical role in building mutually beneficial ties between the institution and pharmaceutical industries. Placement cell team invests significant time and efforts in interacting with industry and train the students according to the requirement s of industry.

Ext. Curricular Activities

Annamacharya College of Pharmacy staff help coordinate the cultural and extracurricular activities of students on the program. Students also have the opportunity to attend music and dance recitals, religious festivals, and a variety of other cultural events. Many students combine their extracurricular activities with their formal research projects.

National Service Scheme - NSS

Annamacharya College of Pharmacy NSS. National Service Scheme, under the Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports Govt. of India, popularly known as NSS was launched in Gandhiji Birth Centenary Year 1969. NSS primary focus on the development of personality of students through community service. From its inception, more than 3.75 crores students from Universities, Colleges and Institutions of higher learning have benefited from the NSS activities, as student volunteers.

Institutional Animal House

Animal House Facility is registered with Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experimental Animals (CPCSEA), Govt. of India vide Registration No.: 1220/a/08/CPCSEA.

Each species of animals are conventionally housed, in which the temperature and humidity are monitored. Microbiological / health monitoring is done regularly.

Mice (Musmusculus)

Swiss albino.

Rats (Rattusnorvegicus)

Wistar albino
Sprague dawley

Rabbits (Oryctolaguscuniculus)

Working Hours

The Animal House Facility operates all the days round the year including Saturdays, Sundays and closed holidays. The timings are:-

Monday – Friday (Weekdays) : 09:00 AM to 05:30 PM
Saturday, Sunday and Closed Holidays : 09:00 AM to 12:00 PM