Shree Santkrupa College of Pharmacy

Vacancy for Principal in Shri Santkrupa College of Pharmacy

Shree Santkrupa College of Pharmacy, Ghogaon has been started in 2004 and college of Pharmacy (Diploma) has been started in 2006 with the view of fulfilling the needs of the rising pharmacy profession by donating professionally competent & technically skilled pharmacy graduates. Many of our faculty members hold wide research experience and are keen to provide the students, a better mission, which will help them to excel both in research as well as academic field.

Application are invited from eligible candidates for the following post.

Post: Principal

A REVIEW ON: PRESERVATIVES USED IN PHARMACEUTICALS AND IMPACTS ON HEALTH

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ABOUT AUTHORS
Sabir M. Shaikh*1, Rajendra C. Doijad1, Amol S. Shete1, Poournima S. Sankpal2
1 Department of Pharmaceutics, Shree Santkrupa College of Pharmacy, Ghogaon, Karad, Maharashtra, India.
2 Department of Pharmaceutical chemistry, Shree Santkrupa College of Pharmacy, Ghogaon, Karad, Maharashtra, India.
*sabirmshaikh17@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
For several decades pharmacist have been aware of the need to protect their products against microbial contamination but it is only during the last one or perhaps two decades the serious thought of has been applied to the science of preservation. Preservatives are commonly used as additives in pharmaceutical products, food and cosmetics. Some of the liquid preparation are susceptible to microbial contamination because of the nature of ingredients present in it. Such preparation are protected by preservatives which avoids degradation and alteration of the product.A preservative is a natural or synthetic chemical added to various products which helps to prevent microbial decomposition. Present article deals with the study of ideal properties, classification, mechanism of action, Pharmaceutical applications and its impact on health of various preservatives used in pharmaceuticals.

A REVIEW ON: PHYSICOCHEMICAL EVALUATION OF AYURVEDIC MINERAL DRUG TANKAN BHASMA

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ABOUT AUTHORS:
*Shaikh S.M., Doijad R.C., Shete A.S., Sankpal P.S.
Shree Santkrupa College of Pharmacy,
Ghogaon, Karad Maharashtra 415111 (India)
*sabirmshaikh17@gmail.com

ABSTRACT:
Tankan bhasma which has been used since very long time in Ayurveda. Tankan bhasma purification is done by the mand agni. Evaluation of physic-chemical property of Tankan bhasma. We are studing toxicological study of Tankan (Borax). Toxicological study on eyes, skin, inhalation, ingesion, carcinogenicity, reproductive or developmental, target organs, also signs and symptoms of exposure. We are studied on the first aid treatment if hazards due to contacts with eyes, Ingestion, and skin. Various uses of Tankan (Borax) bhasma we are studying. Also we are studying the analytical evaluations. Such as Tankan (Borax) bhasma evaluation containing moisture content, organic contain, Nishchandratva, Nishchandratva, Varitaratvam, Rekhapurnatvam, Unama test, Nirchandrata, Amla pariksha, Avami, Anjana Sannibha, X-ray diffraction i.e XRD study, also the Scanning Electron Microscope that is SEM, this all methods we are using for the evaluation of Tankan (Borax) bhasm.

DIFFERENCE SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ESTIMATION OF CAPECITABINE FROM TABLET DOSAGE FORM

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ABOUT AUTHORS:
Rohit A. Patil, Rajendra C. Doijad, Pravin D.Lade, Pournima S. Sankpal
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry,
Shree Santkrupa College of Pharmacy,
Ghogaon, Karad (M.S.) India
rohitpharma3250@gmail.com

ABSTRACT:
Simple, sensitive and specific spectrophotometric method were developed and validated for quantification of CAPECITABINE (CAP) by difference spectroscopy. CAP exhibits a substantial difference in absorbance in the two solvents that is in 0.01 N HCL and 0.01 N NAOH at 295 nm. Beer’s law was obeyed in the concentration range of 1 to 20 µg ml-1for CAP. Results of tablet analysis showed standard deviation in the range of 98.42 to 101.95 % for CAP which indicate repeatability of the method. The results indicated excellent recoveries ranging from 98.45 to 101.70 % for CAP with a mean of 99.12 %. Recoveries obtained do not differ significantly from 100% showed that there was no interference from the common excipients used in the tablet formulation indicating accuracy and reliability of the method.