Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis

Pharmaceutical Analysis

The Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis at JKKN College of Pharmacy was established in March 2007, offering a program with an annual intake of 10 students. The department has since gained recognition and achieved remarkable success in the field of pharmacy through various seminars, international conferences, workshops, and paper presentations.

The analysis lab is well-equipped with modern instruments such as HPLC, FT-IR, automatic melting range apparatus, conductivity meter, potentiometer, flame photometer, and double beam spectrophotometer. These advanced instruments facilitate accurate and precise analysis of pharmaceutical substances.

The department focuses on several key areas for postgraduate research projects. These include microanalysis of drug-loaded samples using HPLC, determination of structures and purity of natural and synthetic substances using FT-IR spectrophotometer, analysis of fluorescence substances using spectrofluorimeter, and electrochemical studies such as polarography, conductometry, amperometry, and potentiometry.

Additionally, the department conducts analysis of important constituents in food, determination of additives in food using chromatography, analysis and evaluation of official formulations derived from crude drugs, qualitative and quantitative determination of cosmetics, and more.

In line with its commitment to fostering research and innovation, the department actively seeks funding opportunities by applying for various schemes offered by funding agencies.

With its state-of-the-art facilities, dedicated faculty, and focus on research excellence, the Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis at JKKN College of Pharmacy continues to contribute to the advancement of pharmaceutical sciences and prepares students for successful careers in the field.