JSPM’s Charak College of Pharmacy & Research, Wagholi, Pune

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Following innovative methods are adopted:

Use of Multimedia: Various digital media types such as text, images, audio & video and animation are used in teaching to enhance the learning of subject.

Webinars: Webinars available on internet are downloaded by the subject teachers and played in the classroom giving students an opportunity to listen to experts on the said topic.

Computer Simulations: Animal experimentation in pharmacology is explained to the students through simulation software improving their learning abilities and reducing the use of animals.

Industrial Visits: Every year industrial visit is organized for the students to learn the practical applications of the theoretical concepts learned. The visit also gives exposure to the latest technology and process flow in the manufacturing/QC/ and Packaging of pharmaceuticals

Problem based learning: Assignments of problem based learning for eg. Structure elucidation of organic compounds/phytoconstituents using spectral data, critical appraisal of fixed dose combinations (FDC) of marketed preparations,

Model making: In Human Anatomy and Physiology, a group of four to five students is given a task to prepare a model and present their model. Evaluation of the models is done by the external faculty. This gives an opportunity to enhance group learning, self-learning of students, presentation and communication skills.

Poster presentation: In medicinal chemistry, students are asked prepare a poster on given topic and present the same. Evaluation of the poster is done by external faculty. This gives an opportunity for the students to enhance self-learning, presentation and communication skills.

DNA Isolation workshops: In syllabus prescribed by SPPU, practical on biotechnology is not included. As a part of content beyond syllabus and exposure to practical application, workshop on DNA isolation is conducted by in-house faculty.

Sharing of faculty to enhance learning: Faculty members from the other institutes, through faculty exchange program, or from sister institutes are called upon to deliver a lecture on a particular topic from syllabus. This gives a broader exposure of the subject to our students.

Exposure of sophisticated instruments: Some of the sophisticated analytical instruments like HPTLC/UPLC/DSC/NMR are not available in the college but the theory of these techniques is included in the syllabus. In order to improve the learning of these techniques, the college organizes training sessions for the students in other industry/institutes.

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