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AKS University is a private university in Satna, India established under an Madhya Pradesh state government act.
AKS University is the only private university in the Vindhya & Mahakoshal region and located at Sherganj, Satna, Madhya Pradesh. AKS University has been established under the Act of Government of Madhya Pradesh passed on November 2011
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Work as Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, Research Associate in Banasthali Vidyapith
The origin of Banasthali is unique in more ways than one. Banasthali owes its existence neither to the zeal of an educationist, nor to that of a social reformer. It is also not the creation of a Philanthropist's purse. It has arisen like the fabled phoenix from the ashes of a blossoming flower Shanta Bai that had withered before its bloom. It is a spontaneous filling up of the vacuum caused by Shantabai's death.It was on October 6, 1935 that Smt. Ratan Shastri and Pandit Hiralal Shastri founded Banasthali to fill up the vacuum caused by the sudden death of their highly talented and promising daughter Shantabai.
Career opportunity for Faculty & Non-faculty posts for Pharma Professionals in Birla Institute of Technology
Birla Institute of Technology (Deemed University u/s 3 of UGC Act 1956) is one of the premier institutes imparting education and conducting research in the fields of Engineering, Management, Architecture and Pharmac
WALK IN: College of Ayu Pharmaceutical Sciences invites applications from B.Pharm/M.Pharm for Posts of Lecturer and Principal - 6 posts
College of Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jogindernagar has been functioning under the Society for Ayurvedic Pharmacy Education and Training, H.P. The Society has been registered under H.P. Societies Registration Act 2006. Following posts in the College of Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jogindernagar, under the Society for Ayurvedic Pharmacy Education & Training are to be filled up through walk-in interview :-
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Career as Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor in GITAM | Departments of Pharmacy, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Chemistry
Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management, popularly known as GITAM was founded in 1980 by an inspired group of eminent intellectuals and industrialists of Andhra Pradesh led by Dr. M.V.V.S.Murthi, Former Member of Parliament and popular philanthropist. Their mission was to set up a world-class technology and management institution in the picturesque city of Visakhapatnam to impart futuristic and comprehensive professional education &nbs
CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF RAJASTHAN invites applications for posts of Professors, Asso. Professors, Asst Professors - 7 posts
The Central University of Rajasthan has been established by an Act of Parliament, the Central Universities Act 2009. The University started working temporarily from Jaipur and introduced two PG programmes in 2009-10, namely M.Sc./M.A. Statistics(Actuarial) and M.Sc. Tech Mathematics in collaboration with Malaviya National Institute of Technology(MNIT),Jaipur.
Evaluation of Anti-diarrhoeal activity of ethanolic leaf extracts of Allophylus serratus against Castor oil-induced diarrhea in wistar rats
G. JYOTHI REDDY*1, A. SRILAKSHMI1, S.SINDHUJA2, N.K. SREE1, SK.AFSAR1, B.PRIYANKA1, R.E.AMRUTHA1
1 Department of Pharmacology, P. Rami Reddy Memorial College of Pharmacy, Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India.
2 Sri Padmavathi School Of Pharmacy,Tiruchanoor,Tirupathi, Andhra Pradesh, India
The ethanolic leaf extract of Allophylus serratus shown significant (p<0.05) antidiarrheal activity on gastrointestinal motility with castor oil- induced diarrheal model in rats. The results obtained revealed that the leaf extract possess pharmacological activity against diarrhoea and may possibly explain the use of the plant in traditional medicine. The extract tested at 200 and 400 mg/kg like the standard drug, loperamide significantly inhibited the frequency of defecation droppings compared to untreated control rats. This result is in support of previous claims in respect of antidiarrhoeal herbs.
Jaipur National University (JNU), Jaipur came into existence in the year 2007. Two professional institutes of the seedling Group, established in 2002, with several technical & professional programmes of studies, were merged with the University to form a major part of the University. In 2008 the University was visited by an expert panel of UGC members which accorded approval to our programmes under clause 2(f) of the UGC Act, 1956.The School of Distance Education was accorded approval by the Joint Committee of the UGC- AICTE- DEC for offering programmes through Distance Education Mode.
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY AND ANALGESIC ACTIVITIES OF THE AQUEOUS LEAF EXTRACT OF ALLOPHYLUS SERRATUS IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMAL MODELS
A. Srilakshmi, SK. Afsar, B. Priyanka, G. Jyothi Reddy, R.E.Amrutha, B.Jagadeesh babu, C. Raja ram
1. Department of Pharmacology,
P. Rami Reddy Memorial College of Pharmacy,
Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India.
ALLOPHYLUS SERRATUS is a medicinal plant used for the treatment of various risk factors like analgesia, inflammation, ulcers, and wounds. The aqueous extract of the leaf was investigated for its anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities in animal models. The extract at 100, 200 and 400mg/kg body weight reduced significantly the formation of oedema induced by formalin. In the acetic acid-induced writhing model, the extract had a good analgesic effect characterized by a reduction in the number of writhes when compared to the control. Similarly, the extract caused dose-dependent decrease of licking time and licking frequency in rats injected with 0.05ml of 10% formalin. These results were also comparable to those of ibuprofen, the reference drug used in this study. Acute toxicity test showed that the plant may be safe for pharmacological uses. This study has provided some justification for the folkloric use of the plant in several communities for conditions such as stomachache, pain and inflammations.