Infrastructure and Facilities

Central Instrumentation Laboratory

The central instrumentation laboratory constitutes the heart of the cooperative research activities at the institution. This facility houses many sophisticated specialized equipment for research work of students and researchers.

Animal House

The institute has a 1000 sq.ft. air conditioned Animal House, along with a rabbit run made by utilizing Canadian know how, it is first of its kind in India meeting the requirement of all the research activities and CPCSEA protocol. It also has the service areas like records office,washing and autoclaving area, raw material room for animal Feed and a feed preparation room. The experimental modules have been placed at the proximal end of the animal area while the supply and breeding modules areplaced at the far end. In order to facilitate unidirectional movement of clean and dirty material, the animal area comprises of a central clean corridor with the dirty corridor located on either side of the rooms at first floorand on ground floor “clean & dirty” corridor concept has been implemented. The veterinarian staff has been takenon contract basis. Our animal house provides rats/mice/rabbits to other colleges/research Institutes approved by CPCSEA. The experienced and helpful technical staff of the Animal House assists the research workers in their animal experiments, and is responsible for proper maintenance of this key facility.

Information Technology Center

All the major research laboratories, faculty rooms, Administration, library, animal house, seminar hall,lecture theaters, auditorium, guest house, etc. are connected by LAN and internet connections. This center provides a variety of services to the students in literature search, computation and graphics. Major software packages available: Windows, Norton Antivirus, Sigma Plot 10.01 and Sigma stat 3.5, server OS 2004. Upgradation to 10 Mbps lease line and networking of entire DIPSAR campus is complete. Information technology centers provide 24x7 access to internet. The Institute has fiber optic Pharmannual 2014-2015 27 network with switch back bone connecting auditorium, Seminar Hall to the main building. The network nodes cover all research laboratories by expanding the network through structured cabling in all the floors/ research labs of the Institution building. Trouble shooting support is also being provided in resolving network and hardware related problems, along with software support for beginners. The DIPSAR website (www.dipsar.ac.in) has also been improving over the years. The site is easy to navigate, with content features. The site is useful for getting admission related information, admission procedure, prospectus, etc and also particularly for downloading forms, guidelines during admissions and for downloading tender documents, etc.

Medicinal Herbal Garden

The Botanical Garden at DIPSAR is used by M.Pharm and Ph. D. students working on herbal projects for growing plants for use in their experiments and collection. Here herbs are cultivated according to their season to get maximum yield of useful component of herbal drug. At present one herb is used to get constant yield on mass scale, its sowing is done in April and is harvested in August. This helps in obtaining constant and good quality of active principles. It also helps in training PG students about collection and cultivation of natural products.

Museum

 

 

Auditorium

Institute has a centrally a i r - c o n d i t i o n e d auditorium with a seating capacity of 450. The auditorium also houses well-furnished seminar hall on the first floor for conducting scientific seminars / meetings.

Deliberations

State of the art fully air-conditioned four deliberation rooms exists with the capacity of more than 150 students each with audio visual facility. These deliberation rooms have been named accordingly; Lecture Theater 1 - Dr. A. R. Kidwai deliberation hall, Lecture Theater 2 - Prof. Pawan Kr. Singhal deliberation hall, Lecture Theater 3 - Dr. G. Narendra Kumar deliberation hall & Lecture Theater 4 - To be namedin future. Other than routine lectures, seminars of M. Pharm. and Ph. D. students are also held thrice a week in deliberation halls.

Library

The DIPSAR Library covers a total area of 4,400 sq. ft. with a reading area of 2,000 sq. ft. and a stacking area of 2,400 sq. ft. and is fully airconditioned. It is situated on the first floor of the front wing of the Institute.The Library has been equipped with modern furniture, reprography facility and library software system. Established in 1979, the DIPSAR Library is vibrant with well organized information system which enables the user to find out the required information in minimum time. This forms one of the richest Pharmacy Library collections in India with over 17,000 books covering all branches of Pharmaceutical Sciences like Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, Pharmacognosy and Pharmaceutical Technology along with a good collection of books for basic sciences like Medicine, Pathology, Biochemistry and Microbiology.

Food Court

A fully air conditioned food court is there where faculty, staff and students get quality food and snacks.

Guest House (India International Hospitality Centre - IIHC)

A guest house is situated inside DIPSAR's residential complex with the name of “India International, Hospitality Centre”. This hospitality centre is a fine, state of art giving an infinite look to the complex. It is a double storey building giving a concrete look. It has visitors room fully furnished and equipped with phone facility which has been renovated. Groundfloor has 5 double seated rooms and 3 suites (for VIP guests) are constructed on first floor. All rooms are fully furnished, air-conditioned, fitted with Jacuzzi (water baths), Steam Baths. Room service is available all the time along with cooking facility. Centre also has a multicuisine to serve scientists and medical fraternity visiting DIPSAR from all over the world.

Staff Quarters

DIPSAR residential complex includes well maintained Staff Quarters. It has also been planned to build a new residential block replacing the old guest house.

Girls Hostels

A new PG block has been created along with the existing one. Dr. Madhu Gupta has been serving as the wardens of UG and PG sections.

Boys Hostels

A new building has been constructed in front of the existing B.D. Miglani Boys hostel. A mess has been constructed in the first floor which is ready to use. Also a fully air conditioned study room and an IT room will be available in the upcoming months. Dr. J. Saminathan has been serving as the warden of both the boy’s hostel.

 

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