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Seminar (Pharmaceutical Technology)


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Seminar (Pharmaceutical Technology)

  1. 1. PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY Prepared By: Abhishek Mishra Chemical Technology(III-year) Pharmaceutical Technology
  2. 2. Outline  What is Pharma?  Indian Pharmaceutical Market.  Recent Trends.  What is Pharmaceutical Technology??  Vision of BE(Pharma. Tech)  Designed Syllabus.  Labs & Instruments.
  3. 3. What is Pharma ? Why Pharma ?  Pharmaceuticals / Pharma are mainly focus on the discovery and development of novel drugs for the treatment of various diseases.
  4. 4. Indian Scenario in Pharmaceutical Market  We are the third largest in the world in terms of volume & ranked as 14th position in world.  By 2015, it will rank among top 10 in the word by overtaking countries like Brazil, Mexico, South Korea.
  5. 5. Contribution of India in Pharmaceutical Market Survey by Mckinsey & Company
  6. 6. Con’t…. More importantly, the incremental market growth of US$14 billion (third largest among all countries)
  7. 7. Recent Trends in Pharmaceutical Industry  According to latest research in Pharmaceutical Industry many companies today look for new ways to increase productivity, decreasing costs & develop new treatment modalities that will enhances profitability.
  8. 8. Pharmaceutical Technology ◦ It deals with manufacture of pharmaceuticals and drugs. ◦ It has all the ingredients of solid foundation in basic sciences, mathematics, computation and chemical engineering.
  9. 9. Vision of B.E(Pharma) ◦ The aim of the B. E. (Pharmaceutical Technology) course is to develop complete professional technologists /entrepreneur for the Active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) and pharmaceutical industry. ◦ The main focus is on the manufacturing process technology and chemistry of API, intermediates and fine chemicals and development of dosage forms.
  10. 10. Designed Syllabus  Strong background knowledge of chemical engineering(like unit operation, instrumentation, process control).  Basic science subjects like chemistry, mathematics, and physics are dealt with in depth, while students are introduced to subjects of biochemistry, microbiology, medicinal natural products and pharmacology.
  11. 11. Laboratory (Pharma. Tech)  In Chemistry Lab  Practical related to Titration.  Practical based on purity of drugs.
  12. 12. Instruments in Microbiology Lab Autoclave Laminar Airflow Chamber Incubator
  13. 13. Instruments for Formulation Single Tablet Press Dissolution apparatus