Postgraduate : 2012-14

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Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Sr. No. Name Registration Number Title Supervisor
1 Ms. Milanpreet Kaur Synthesis and evaluaton of amide of 17-amino-3-aza-a-homo-4a androstain-4-one as potential 5a reductase inhibitors Prof. T. R. Bhardwaj Mr. Sachin Goyal
2 Ms. Babita Patial Synthesis and evaluation of nitric oxide releasing analogues of Amodiaquine as antimalarials Prof. T. R. Bhardwaj Mr. Sachin Goyal
3 Ms. Benu Chaudhary Synthesis and evaluation of steroidal 16β-pyrrolidino and 3β-disubstituted amino analogues as potential neuromuscular blocking agents Prof. T. R. Bhardwaj Mr. Sachin Goyal
4 Ms. Bawneet Kaur Narang Design synthesis and evaluation of dikitoacid derivatives as catalytic HIV-1 integrase inhibitors Dr. Ravindra K. Rawal
5 Ms. Gurpreet Kaur Grewal Molecular modeling studies on developmet of selective human MOA-B inhibitors (hetero) arylidines-4-substituted-thiozole-2-yl hydrazine and design synthesis and evaluation of substituted 2H chromen-2 one derivatives as MAO-B inhibitors Dr. Ravindra K. Rawal
6 Mr. Subhajit Roy Molecular modeling studies on non-purine xanthine oxidase inhibitors and design, synthesis and evaluation of 3-aryl-1h-pyrazole-5-carboxylic acid derivatives as xanthine oxidase inhibitors Dr. Ravindra K. Rawal
7 Mr. Naveen Kumar Simultaneous estimation of clidinium bromide, chlordiazepoxide and dicyclomine hydrochloride in pharmaceutical preparation by using chemometric calibrations, classical and HLA methods Dr. Ravindra K. Rawal Dr. G.S. Sarma
8 Ms. Gurneet Kaur Design and synthesis of new [1,4]-DHPS for inhibition of P-gp mediated efflux of anticancer drugs Dr. Jitender Bariwal
9 Ms. Ramandeep Kaur Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of combretastatin based cis-restricted chalcones as tubulin polymerization inhibitors (TPI) Dr. Jitender Bariwal
10 Mr. Richard Soni Synthesis and evaluation of fused analogues of dihydropyrimidines as kinase -5 inhibitors Dr. Jitender Bariwal
11 Ms. Ritika Chemometric evaluation of levocetrizine dihydrochloride, paracetamol, ambroxol hydrochloride and phenylephrine hydrochloride in pharmaceutical dosage forms Dr. G.S. Sarma Dr. Ravindra K. Rawal


  • Excellent arrangements, facilities and faculties are beyond expectations. Never seen such institute. Students are lucky who are here to make their career.

    Dr. Akhlesh Singhai
    Principal, L.N.C.T.-Pharmacy, Bhopal
  • One of the few best institutes of Pharmacy in North India. Thanks for Honor. Feeling proud to be an alumni of ISFCP.

    P.K. Bhardwaj
    Registrar, Punjab State Pharmacy council, Chandigarh
  • The institution has state of the art equipment, well trained and accomplishes teacher and hard-working students. It is a pleasure to visit the institution.

    Dr. Sandeep Kaushal
    Prof. & Head of Pharmacology, DMCH, Ludhiana
  • ISF College of Pharmacy has grown as a place of pharmacy education, which is now recognized as an advance place in India. I have been following its progress over a period of time. I must congratulate the faculties and management for their untiring efforts and hard work which brought this place as India's map. I wish the good luck in future endeavors.

    Dr. K.C.Gupta
    IITR, Lucknow & IGIB , Delhi
  • Great institute and a mega event, first of its kind in Punjab. Kudos!!! to the management.

    Sanjay Koul
    DM, Pfizer


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    Ghal Kalan, Moga, Punjab - 142 001, India
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