Launch of Computer Based Online Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test ( GPAT ) - 2013 for admission in Post Graduate Pharmacy Programme

The Scores in Graduate Aptitude Test for Engineering (GATE) have been in use till the year 2010 for admission in Master’s Programme in Pharmacy (M.Pharm) & Engineering and also for awarding fellowships / scholarships to Pharmacy Graduates along with engineering graduates. Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) an all India Examination was then launched by All India Council for Technical Education, New Delhi separately with effect from academic year 2011 - 12 for admission in Master’s Programme in Pharmacy (M.

Opening for Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor in Naraina Group of Institutions

Naraina Group of Institutions, one ol the top institution in engineering & management In north India, Is looking for committed faculty/staff having passion for their work. Applications are invited urgently far the following posts.

Post: Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Professor in Management Programme

Kanpur institute of technology (KIT) invites Director/ Professors/ Associate Professors/ Assistant Professors/ Lecturers (Selection Grade)/ Senior Lecturers/ Lecturers

Kanpur institute of technology (KIT) has been founded by ITES. The society was founded by Mr.P.K. jain, Mrs. Neena Verma, Mr.Anil Kumar Agrawal and Mr.Vipul jain with the aim of  providing state of art education in the field of  engineering and technology . the found member of the society are highly motivated visionaries and  are the venture. With a vision to develop a world class institution, kanpur institute of technology was established in 2004 by fully dedicated ambassadors of  the  society.

Multiple vacancies in Bengal Chemical & Pharmaceutical | Require General Manager/Dy. General Manager (Production), Chief Manager/ Manager/ Dy. Manager (Purchase / Store), Works Manager/Project Manager, Sr. Officer/ Dy. Manager, AREA SALES MANAGER

Bengal Chemical & Pharmaceutical Works Ltd.(BCPW)  is precursor of the present Company, Bengal Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd (BCPL).  Acharya P C Ray  took a rented house at 91 Upper Circular Road, Calcutta and started business with a meager capital of Rs 700.00. Since inception of the Company he was very much quality conscious and produced various products of British Pharmacopoeia standard.


About Authors:
Sanjay Kumar Yadav*1, Anjana Yadav1, Shahana Majumder2
*1Dept of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, B.B.S. Institute of Pharmaceutical & Allied Sciences, Greater Noida, (U.P.), India
1Dept of Biotechnology, Chhatrapati Sahu Ji Maharaj University, Kanpur, (U.P.), India
2Dept of Biotechnology, Sharda University, School of Engineering and Technology,
Greater Noida, (U.P.), India

Viruses are pathogens with an extremely narrow host range. Their phylogenetic origin is vague, tough it has always been considered that viruses are genes that became vagrant after having excluded themselves of the host’s or a related species’ genome (Anderson et.al., 2004). Viruses are usually units consisting of nucleic acids and coat proteins called capsids. Viroids consist only of RNA, i.e. they contain no protein at all. Except for a few cases, Viruses have no energy metabolism of their own. Consequently, they cannot perform syntheses and are thus unable to replicate themselves. Depending on their host species, it is distinguished between plant viruses multiplying almost exclusively within plant cells, bacterial viruses (bacteriophages) that depend on living bacteria, and animal viruses. The genetic information of viruses is either encoded by single-stranded RNA (Most plant viruses), double-stranded RNA (Wound tumor viruses), single-stranded DNA (Gemini viruses) or double stranded DNA (Cauliflower mosaic virus). Based on the shape of the viruses particle, it is distinguished between rod shaped and icosahedral viruses with a capsid that seem almost spherical. Viruses’ cause many disease in humans of international importance for example  smallpox polio, hepatitis etc. viruses cause also many important plant disease and are responsible for huge loss in crop production and quality in all part of the world. Around 25 years ago, when genomic properties of geminiviruses were studied, many scientists regarded them as ‘friends of humans’, because of their  potential as gene transfer vectors in plant genetic engineering and non-harmful effects on host plants. But far from being friends, these viruses have now emerged as foes and are a serious threat to world agriculture now. Increase in international commodity trade, intercontinental transportation networks and a changing global climate have contribute to the spread of this virus and its whitefly vector (Moffat et.al.,1999).


About Authors:
Rawat Pinki1*, Rawat Preeti2, Kumar Piyush3 Kanoujia Jovita3, Singh Sangeeta 1
1. Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Research, Unnao, U.P., India.
2.  L.T.R. College Of Technology, Meerut, U.P., India.
3. Curadev Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Kanpur, U.P., India.


Selective estrogen receptor modulators, called SERMs for short, blocks the naturally circulating estrogen in breast tissues and other estrogen-sensitive tissues in the body. Each estrogen receptor has a slightly different structure, depending on the kind of cell it is in. If a SERM binds to a estrogen receptor, there is no site available for estrogen to bind and it can't attach to the cell. SERMs are called "selective" because they bind to particular estrogen receptors. This selective binding action is sometimes called estrogen inhibition, or estrogen suppression.