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S. No.

Name of Oration Centre

Room No.

Sitting Capacity

Facilities

Others

1

Alfred Burger Oration Centre

121

32

AC

*Multimedia projector

2

Ishikawa Oration Centre

157

24

AC

*Multimedia projector

3

MahadevaLalSchroff Oration Centre

124

24

AC

*Multimedia projector

4

Alfred Goodman Gilman Oration Centre

208

32

AC

*Multimedia projector

5

M L KhuranaOration Centre

135

64

AC

*Multimedia projector

6

G.P. Srivastava Oration Centre

143

64

Non AC

 

7

K. S. Chopra Oration Centre

227

64

Non AC

 

8

Manjeet Singh Oration Centre

218

64

Non AC

 

9

Galen Oration Centre

304

64

Non AC

 

10

Trease Oration Centre

307

64

Non AC

 

11

Alferd Nobel Oration Centre

232

40

Non AC

 

12

Remington Oration Centre

233

40

Non AC

 

13

Sushruta Oration Centre

234

40

Non AC

 

14

Charaka Oration Centre

314

40

Non AC

 

15

APJ KalamOration Centre

 

100

Non AC

 

16

Pharm D 1

 

40

Non AC

*Multimedia projector

17

Pharm D 2

 

40

Non AC

 

18

Pharm D 3

 

40

Non AC

 

19

Pharm D 4

 

40

Non AC

 

Note: All classrooms are well ventilated, lighted and spacious equipped with safety measures life fire extinguisher and double door facility

* Equipped with the latest audio – visual equipment like OHPS, LCD Projector

                                      

Alfred Goodman Gilman is an American pharmacologist and biochemistborn in July 1, 1941 at New Haven, Connecticut. He shared the 1994 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Martin Rodbell for their discoveries regarding G-Proteins. Rodbell has shown in the 1960s that GTP was involved in cell signaling. He became a professor of pharmacology at University of Virginia and elected as a member of National Academy of Sciences in 1986. In addition to the Nobel Prize, he won the Albert Lasker Award for Basic Science Research as well as Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize from Columbia University in 1989 together with Edwin Krebs winner of Nobel Prize in medicine in 1992. In 2005, he was elected as Dean of University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas.

 

 

Born in Stockholm, Alfred Bernhard Nobel was a Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, and armaments manufacturer. He received an honorary doctorate from Uppsala University in 1893. Nobel held 350 different patents, dynamite being the most famous. His fortune was used posthumously to institute the Nobel Prizes. The synthetic element nobelium was named after him.His name also survives in modern-day companies such as Dynamite Nobel and AkzoNobel.

 

Kaoru Ishikawa was a Japanese organizational theorist, Professor at the Faculty of Engineering at The University of Tokyo, noted for his quality management innovations. He is considered a key figure in the development of quality initiatives in Japan, particularly the quality circle. He is best known outside Japan for the Ishikawa or cause and effect diagram (also known as fishbone diagram) often used in the analysis of industrial processes.

 

Aelius Galenus or Claudius Galenus was a prominent Greek physician, surgeon and philosopher in the Roman Empire. Arguably the most accomplished of all medical researchers of antiquity, Galen influenced the development of various scientific disciplines, including anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology, and neurology, as well as philosophy and logic

 

Alfred Burger has spent close to seven decades researching drugs for their effects on the human body, their chemical design, and their abuse. Alfred Burger was born on September 6, 1905, in Vienna, Austria-Hungry (Now Austria). He researched and designed synthesis of morphine substitutes and numerous drugs including anti-malarials, anti-tuberculous drugs, organic phosphorous compounds, anti-metabolites, and psychopharmacological drugs. As a prolific writer, he has published 9 books as well as about 200 articles.

 

Mahadeva Lal Schroff the architect of Pharmacy Education in India was born in 1902 at Darbhanga, Bihar. It was 1932 the golden year of Indian pharmacy when a man with indomitable spirit and ideology entered the arena of pharmacy on invitation of Pt. Madan Mohan Malviya, the Vice Chancellor of Banaras Hindu University, to design and start pharmacy course at BHU. 1963 he started B.Pharm course at Jadavpur. He authored 23 textbooks of pharmacy. He served at various statutory body of Govt. of India including AICTE, PCI and CSIR. He became an icon and legend during his life time. A doyen of pharmacy education passed away in September, 1971.

 

 

Charak, born c. 300 BC, referred to as the ‘Father of Indian Medicine’. He was the author of Charak Samhita, which contains 120 Adhyayas (chapters), divided into 8 parts. For two millennia it remained a standard work on the subject and was translated into many foreign languages, including Arabic and Latin. Charaka was the first physician to present the concept of digestion, metabolism and immunity. He also knew the fundamentals of genetics. Charaka also studied the anatomy of the human body and various organs. He gave 360 as the total number of bones, including teeth, present in the body.

 

Sushruta, one of the earliest surgeons of the recorded history (600 B.C.) is believed to be the first individual to described the basic principles of plastic surgery in his famous ancient treatise 'Sushruta Samhita' in 600 B.C. 'Sushruta Samhita'  describes in detail of human anatomy including blood, venous and nerve supply, examination, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis of numerous ailments, as well as procedures such as cosmetic surgery and rhinoplasty, abdominal perforation, surgical instruments. Sushruta has been called "Father of Surgery" and the 'Father of Indian Plastic Surgery'.

Professor K.S. Chopra was born on 6th September 1936 at Jhatanwali Village, Gujranwala (Now in Pakistan). He passed his F.Sc. (Medical Group) in 1953 from Khalsa College, Amritsar, B. Pharm in 1957 from Medical College Amritsar, M. Pharm in Pharmaceutics in 1959 from Panjab University and Ph.D degree from Panjab University in 1972. He was member of various learned bodies including Controlled Released Society USA, AICTE New Delhi, PCI New Delhi. He superannuated from Panjab University in 1996.

A person who derives solace, inspiration and beatitude from his spiritual incline, blessed ISF College of Pharmacy by being founder director and principal of the college from October, 1998 to May, 2003.

 

Professor Gorakh Prasad Srivastva was born in 1916 in Gorakhpur (U.P.). At the young age of 15 years he actively participated in agitations against British rule. He did his F.SC in 1934 from Allahabad Board, B.Sc. (Pharm chemistry) in 1st division with first rank in 1936 from Banaras Hindu University. He was the person who became synonym to GLP and created awareness about pharmacy ethics. Prof. Srivastava served the profession as member of PCI executive committee and education regulation subcommittee. He was elected president of IPC and chaired IPC Hyderabad. APTI instituted Prof. G. P. Srivastva memorial Award to a teacher from pharmacy who is known for high ideal, quality teaching and achievements in academics.

Alexander Fleming was born in Ayrshire, Scotland, on August 6, 1881, and studied medicine, serving as a physician during World War I. Through research and experimentation, Fleming discovered a bacteria-destroying mold which he would call penicillin in 1928, paving the way for the use of antibiotics in modern healthcare. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1945 and died on March 11, 1955.

A pioneer in hospital pharmacy, 85-year-old Dr Bhagwan Dass Miglani, a much sought after pharmaceutical consultant and educationist, has witnessed many reforms in pharma industry in India. Born in September1929 in Sahani village, Bhakkar tehsil, in erstwhile Pakistan. There have been many thought provoking leaders who encouraged and motivated Miglani to aim high.  In 2015, 66th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Dr Bhagwan Dass Miglani, Founder Secretary of the Indian Hospital Pharmacists’ Association recalls his evolution as a hospital pharmacist and the many changes in the profession.

 

As a pharmacist's apprentice in Paderborn, he was the first to isolate morphine from opium. He called the isolated alkaloid "morphium" after the Greek god of dreams, Morpheus. He published a comprehensive paper on its isolation, crystallization, crystal structure, and pharmacological properties, which he studied first in stray dogs and then in self-experiments. It was not only the first alkaloid to be extracted from opium, but the first ever alkaloid to be isolated from any plant. Thus he became the first person to isolate the active ingredient associated with a medicinal plant or herb.In 1809, Sertürner opened his first own pharmacy in Einbeck. In 1822, he bought the main pharmacy in Hamelin (Rathaus Apotheke), where he worked until his death in 1841.

Prof. Manjeet Singh Born in a small town of Punjab on 18 th April 1946, Dr. Singh obtained BPharm, MSc (Pharmacology) and PhD from Punjab University, Chandigarh Dr Singh and his team of PhD students described the concept of resident mast cell in heart and its role in ischemia reperfusion injury. This research was very well recognized and a large number of awards were conferred on him. Prof Singh's latest achievement was the establishment of a model private college of pharmacy (Indo-Soviet Friendship College of Pharmacy) at Moga, Punjab. The  Executive Member of the Indian Pharmacological Society passed away on 30 th March 2009 after a brief illness.

Joseph P. Remington was an eminent community pharmacist, manufacturer, and educator. The Remington Medal awarded by the American Pharmacists Association, considered the most prestigious award given in the profession of pharmacy in the United States, is named after him. He was an active participant and a supporter of the International Pharmaceutical Congress.

Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam better referred to as the "People's President," was the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. A career scientist turned statesman, Kalam was born and raised in RameswaramTamil Nadu, and studied physics and aerospace engineering. He spent the next four decades as a scientist and science administrator, mainly at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation(ISRO) and was intimately involved in India's civilian space programme and military missile development efforts. While delivering a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management Shillong, Kalam collapsed and died from an apparent cardiac arrest on 27 July 2015, aged 83

Testimonial

  • 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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  • 1ISF College of Pharmacy,
       Ferozepur GT Road, N.H. 95
    Ghal Kalan, Moga, Punjab - 142 001, India
  • Phone: 98786 96688, 01636-650150, 650151
  • Email: isfpharm@yahoo.com