Bathinda

Vacancy for Junior Research Fellow at Central University of Punjab

The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (Punjab) has been established through the Central Universities Act 2009 which received the assent of the President of India on 20th March 2009. Its territorial jurisdiction extends to the whole State of Punjab. This newly set up Central University of Punjab (CUP) at Bathinda is poised to write new alphabet on the academic horizon of India. This University is one of the important links in the recently set up chain of Central Universities created in the educationally backward areas of India. Going to be an upwardly mobile organization, it is destined to emerge as a quality provider of teaching and research, knowledge and skills, products and services, attitudes and ethics.

Post : Junior Research Fellow (JRF)

Recruitment for Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor in Pharmacology at AIIMS

All India Institute of Medical Science, Bathinda (Punjab), an autonomous Institute of National Importance is one of the new AIIMS being established by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India under the Pradhan Mantri Swastya Suraksha Yojna (PMSSY) with the aim of correcting regional imbalance in the quality tertiary level healthcare in the country and attaining Selfsufficiency in graduate and postgraduate medical education of training. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide its letter No. Z-28016/45/2017-PMSSY-III dated 4th February 2019 has declared PGIMER, Chandigarh as the mentor Institute for operationalisation of various activities at AIIMS, Bathinda (Punjab).

Online applications are invited for Assistant Professor - Pharmacy at MRSPTU

Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda (Erstwhile Maharaja Ranjit Singh State Technical University, Bathinda) is an affiliating Technical University, established by Govt. of Punjab vide Punjab Act No. 5 of 2015 notified through Punjab Government Gazette-Extraordinary (Regd. No. CHD/0092/2015-2017) notification No. 5- Leg./2015 dated 12th February 2015 and registered with UGC u/s 2(f). With spontaneous upswing in demand for quality Technical Education, burgeoning pressure on the Premier Technical University of Punjab, Punjab Technical University, Kapurthala, to mitigate regional imbalance in distribution of Temples of quality Technical Education in the State, for exponential socio-economic growth of the Malwa region, to bridge the gap between demand and supply of employable technical human resource, exigency for creation of a new State Technical University in Punjab was realized. Consequent on the implementation of this Act, Technical institutions of eleven districts of Punjab have been affiliated to MRSPTU with effect of 1st July, 2015 including Barnala, Bathinda, Faridkot, Fatehgarh Sahib, Fazilka, Ferozepur, Mansa, Moga, Patiala, Sangrur and Sri Muktsar Sahib.

Post : Assistant Professor

Walk in interview for M.Pharm or M.Tech as Senior Research Fellow at Central University of Punjab

The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (Punjab) has been established through the Central Universities Act 2009 which received the assent of the President of India on 20th March 2009. Its territorial jurisdiction extends to the whole State of Punjab. This newly set up Central University of Punjab (CUP) at Bathinda is poised to write new alphabet on the academic horizon of India.

Job for Senior Research Fellow at Central University of Punjab | M.Sc, M.Pharm

The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (Punjab) has been established through the Central Universities Act 2009 which received the assent of the President of India on 20th March 2009. Its territorial jurisdiction extends to the whole State of Punjab. This newly set up Central University of Punjab (CUP) at Bathinda is poised to write new alphabet on the academic horizon of India. This University is one of the important links in the recently set up chain of Central Universities created in the educationally backward areas of India. Going to be an upwardly mobile organization, it is destined to emerge as a quality provider of teaching and research, knowledge and skills, products and services, attitudes and ethics.

Post : Senior Research Fellow

Applications are invited for Junior Research fellow at MRSPTU

Inaugurated on 2nd June 2017 under the visionary mentorship of Hon. Vice Chancellor and renowned scientist in the field of Pharmacy, Prof. M.P.S. Ishar, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology, MRSPTU is established to provide greater focus on the excellence in academia and research.

Post : Junior Research fellow

Walk in interview for Project Assistants at Central University of Punjab | M.Pharm, M.Sc

The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (CUPB) was established in 2009 along with other new Central Universities by an Act of Parliament (No 25, of 2009). The University is now accredited with 'A' grade from NAAC. It is credited with highest per capita research funding. The university has a mission of providing wide range of instructional and research facilities across integrated and cross-disciplines, promote innovation in teaching, learning and research, and cross-pollinate new ideas, new technologies and new world-views. It aims to create an ignited workforce responsive to regional, national and global needs in tune with the requirements of academia, industry and business. The university started in a three-room Camp Office provided by the state administration in March 2009. Making a modest but speedy start, the university accepted on rent, a dilapidated campus of 37 acres of an abandoned co-operative spinning mill on Mansa Road, Bathinda.

Post : Project Assistants

APICOPLAST: A BRILLIANT FOCUS FOR ANTIMALARIAL DRUG DEVELOPMENT

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ABOUT AUTHORS
Souvik Mukherjee*1, Deepronil Roy2 and Suman Das3
1Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Natural Products, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab, India
2Department of Animal Sciences, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab, India  3Department of Human Genetics & Molecular Medicine, Central University of Punjab, Bathinda, Punjab, India
mukherjees388@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
Malaria is a lifestyle-threatening tropical disorder, due to the intracellular parasite Plasmodium falciparum. The sector health employer counts malaria as one of the pinnacle ten reasons of worldwide demise. The unavailability of a successful malaria vaccine and the ever-increasing times of drug resistance in the malaria parasite call for the invention of new targets inside P. falciparum for the development of next generation antimalarial drug. Fortuitously, all apicomplexan parasites, along with P. falciparum harbor a relict, non-photosynthetic plastid referred to as the apicoplast. The apicoplast is a semi-self-sustaining organelle within P. falciparum, containing a 35 kb circular genome. Notwithstanding a genome of its own, majority of the apicoplast proteins are encoded by means of the parasite nucleus and imported into the apicoplast. The organelle has been proven to be vital to P. falciparum survival and the loss the apicoplast manifests as a ‘not on time loss of life’ response in the parasite. The apicoplast has advanced out of cyanobacteria in a complicated, two step endosymbiotic event. As a result, the architecture and the gene expression machinery of the apicoplast is pretty bacteria-like and is at risk of a wide variety of antibiotics consisting of fosmidomycin, tetracycline, azithromycin, clindamycin and triclosan. The biosynthetic pathways for isoprenoids, fatty acids and heme function within the malaria apicoplast, making the organelle a top notch goal for drug development. This review specializes in the evolution, biology and the essentiality of the apicoplast inside the malaria parasite and discusses a number of the current achievements toward the layout and discovery of apicoplast focused antimalarial drug.

Recruitment for M.Pharm, M.Sc to work in Lung Cancer research at Central University of Punjab

The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (Punjab) has been established through the Central Universities Act 2009 which received the assent of the President of India on 20th March 2009. Its territorial jurisdiction extends to the whole State of Punjab. This newly set up Central University of Punjab (CUP) at Bathinda is poised to write new alphabet on the academic horizon of India. This University is one of the important links in the recently set up chain of Central Universities created in the educationally backward areas of India. Going to be an upwardly mobile organization, it is destined to emerge as a quality provider of teaching and research, knowledge and skills, products and services, attitudes and ethics.

Post : Senior Research Fellow (SRF)

Walk in interview for M.Pharm, M.Sc at Central University of Punjab

The Central University of Punjab, Bathinda (Punjab) has been established through the Central Universities Act 2009 which received the assent of the President of India on 20th March 2009. Its territorial jurisdiction extends to the whole State of Punjab. This newly set up Central University of Punjab (CUP) at Bathinda is poised to write new alphabet on the academic horizon of India. This University is one of the important links in the recently set up chain of Central Universities created in the educationally backward areas of India. Going to be an upwardly mobile organization, it is destined to emerge as a quality provider of teaching and research, knowledge and skills, products and services, attitudes and ethics.

position of JRF/SRF/RA for the CSIR funded research project on purely temporary and contractual basis initially for one year and extendable till the date of project completions

Post : JRF/SRF/RA

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