Anjali

Qualification:
M. Pharm (Medicinal and Pharmaceutical chemistry)
B. Pharm,

Professional Achievements:

  1. Worked as Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, The Oxford College of Pharmacy, Bangalore, Karnataka since Sep 2009 till Aug 2017 & Raipur Institute of Technology, Raipur: From July 2008 to June 2009.
  2. Presented poster on “In vitro and In vivo studies of Poly (ethylene) glycol conjugated Ibuprofen to extend the duration of action”, in 62nd IPC, Manipal, 17-19 Dec., 2010.
  3. Presented poster on APTI-13th Annual National Convention, “Synthesis, Characterization & Biological Evaluation of Polyethylene glycol Conjugated Ibuprofen”, Bilaspur, 3-4 Oct, 2008.
  4. Attended 57th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, 2nd to 4th Dec, 2005

Projects:

  1. M. Pharmacy major project on ““Synthesis, Characterization and Biological evaluation of Poly (ethylene)glycol conjugate of Ibuprofen” under guidance of Mrs. Anurekha Jain, Head, Department of Pharmaceutical Analysis, B.R.Nahata College of Pharmacy, Mandsaur (M.P.)
  2. B. Pharmacy project on Herbal Cosmetic “Ethnobotanical Survey” under guidance of Dr. Swarnalata Saraf, Reader, Institute of Pharmacy, Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University, Raipur, C.G

Academic Achievements

  1. Hold Department Rank-3 in B.Pharm degree with 76.0% from IOP, Raipur (C.G)
  2. Hold Department Rank-3 in M.Pharm degree with 72.2% from B. R. Nahata College of Pharmacy, Mandsaur, (M. P).
  3. Qualified GPAT 2007, Score: 288, All India rank: 3954
  4. Industrial training in Anglo French Drugs and Industries limited, Pithampur, Dhar Madhya Pradesh from 10.06.2005 to 20.06.2005.
  5. Participated in various International and National conferences, workshops and guest lectures in Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry.
  6. Around seven paper published in various international and national journals.
  7. Active member of organizing vaious cultural and sports activities in college.
  8. Member of Stage committee in all college function (Inauguration, seminar, workshop, guest lecture, parents & alumni meet etc.)
  9. Approved External Examiner and PG Guide in RGUHS, Bangalore

Extracurricular Achievements

  1. Winner in various Cultural and Sports activities at different levels.
  2. Being Head of disciplinary committee, Hospitality organizes National Pharmacy Week, Muktangan, Sangam (inter college competition) various cultural activities in the B. R. Nahta College of Pharmacy, Mandsaur, (M.P).

Class Teacher of III year B. Pharm

Total Teaching Experience: 9 years

Subject:

Medicinal Chemistry-I (Theory and Practical)
Medicinal Chemistry-II (Practical)

Area of Interest:

Synthesis, characterization and biological evaluation of some medicinal important heterocyclic compounds.

  1. Anjali NAYAK, Anurekha JAIN, In Vitro and In Vivo Study of Poly(ethylene glycol) Conjugated Ibuprofen to Extend the Duration of Action, Sci. Pharm. 2011; 79: 359–373.
  2.  Mrs. Anjali Nayak, Mrs. V. Sivajothi, Comparison And Study Of Sodium And Potassium Content in ORS Powders By Flame Photometric Method. WJPPS, Volume 3, Issue12,, 869-875..
  3.  Anjali Nayak & V.Sivajothi, Study Of Groundwater Quality In Some Areas Of Bangalore, Karnataka (India) By Flame Photometric Method. Asia Pacific Journal of Research, Vol: I Issue XV, July 2014, 161-165.
  4. Ajay Aseri, Shiv Garg, Anjali Nayak, Sanket Trivedi, Jitesh Katewa, “Formulation And Release Distinctiveness Of A Novel Modified Drug Delivery Device: Gum Ghati Matrix Tablets Containing Metronidazole”. Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, Vol 5, Issue 01: 450-457.
  5.  Aseri Ajay, Duggal Deepak, Katewa Jitesh, Nayak Anjali, Enhancement Of Solubility Of Poorly Water Soluble Drug – Metronidazole By Hydrotropy, AJPRD, Vol.1 (3) May– June 2013: 98-100.
  6. Anjali Nayak, R. Jasmin Sajini, Padmavati D, “Chemistry and Medicinal Properties of Coscinium fenestratum (Gaertn.) Colebr (Tree Turmeric)”. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology Feb 2012; 5(2)
  7. V. SIVAJOTHI, ANJALI NAYAK, KALPANA. J., DEEPTI VERMA, Reconsideration of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Syllabus in South Indian Pharmacy Curriculum in International Journal of Pharmacy Teaching & Practices 2011, Vol.2, Issue 1, 46-48