MANDATORY DISCLOCURE

NAME OF THE INSTITUTION

:

St. Xavier Institute of Pharmacy (SXIP)

Address

:

Deenapur, Phiranghipuram (Mandal), Guntur Dist., A.P.

Tel. No.

:

08641 – 257799

Fax No.

:

08641 – 257766

E-Mail

:

secretary@stxip.org

Website

:

www.stxip.org

NAME & ADDRESS OF THE PRINCIPAL / DIRECTOR

Name

:

Dr.N. Jaya Raju

Address

:

Flat. No.: -401-, Harinadh Residency, 5th Lane, Syamala Nagar, Guntur – 522 006, A.P.

Telephone No.

:

0863 – 2234259

Mobile No.

:

09959995997

Fax

:

 

Tel.No.

:

 

E-Mail

:

principal@stxip.org

Website

:

www.stxip.org

NAME OF THE AFFILIATING UNIVERSITY

Acharya Nagarjuna University, Nagarjuna Nagar - 522 510 , Guntur, Andhra Pradesh

GOVERNANCE

A. Members of the Governing Body

S.NO.

Name of the Member

Designation

1.

P. Satyanandham

President

2

K.Benhar Babu

Vice - President (W)

3.

Dr. B. Jyothi Swaroopa Rani

Vice - President (M)

4.

P. Hrudaya Raju

Member

5.

K. Ranimma

Member

6.

P. Mary Vardanam

Member

7.

K. Deenamma

Member

  8. M. Moses                     Member
  9. K. Benjamin                     Member
 10. Rev. Dr. P. Ranjan Babu                     Director

 

B)   Members of Governing Council / ACADEMIC ADVISORY BOARD :

1

Rev. Dr. M. Swarnalatha Devi

Educationist

2

Dr. Subbaraiadu

Prof. in Medical College.

3

Dr. Venkata Ramana

Prof. in Medical College.

4

L. Rama Chandra Reddy

Auditor

5

Sk. Rasool

Educationist

6

M. Moses

Principal

 

C)   Frequency of Board Meetings:

Generally Board Meetings will be for every two months.

D)   Frequency of Governing Council Meetings: For every six months.

E)   ORGANISATIONAL CHART

 

   Built-up Area:

A.   Existing Programs:

 

1. Existing Built up area available in the institution per student      ___21_____________________

2. Total Built up Area already in use on the date of application for the existing program (s): 1260.41

 

 

Particulars

Area required as per norms (Sq.M)

Building with RCC Roof (Sq.M)

Building with

Sheet Roof 

(if suitable for Educational Institution) (Sq.M)

Total sanctioned intake      (last 4 yrs. for Engg./Pharmacy/ HMCT/ 5 yrs for Arch. etc. 2 yrs. MBA/ PGDBM and  3 yrs. for MCA)

Built up area per student

Total Area Available (Sq.M)

 

 

Instructional Area               (Carpet Area)

652

812.21

-

60

-

812.21

 

Administrative Area  (Carpet Area)

200

227.23

-

 

-

227.23

 

Amenities                    (Carpet Area) 

--

--

-

 

-

--

 

Circulation & Others

130

220.97

-

 

-

220.97

 

Total

982

1260.41

-

 

-

1260.41

 

                   

Ambedkar Hall

        Ground Floor

1.       Auditorium / Seminar Hall                          :         152.85 Sq.M.

        First Floor

1.      Pharmaceutics Analysis laboratory                :         75.60 Sq.M.

2.      Pharmaceutics Chemistry laboratory             :         75.60 Sq.M. 

3.      Store Room - I                                               :         50.00 Sq.M.

Issac Hall:  

1.       Conference Hall - I                                       :         30.17  Sq.M.

2.       Administrative Office                                    :         30.17  Sq.M.

3.       Reception                                                     :         30.17  Sq.M.

4.       Boys Common Room                                    :         75.58  Sq.M.

 Dr. Jyothi Raju Hall

        Ground Floor

 1.       Library                                                        :         151.30 Sq.M.

         First Floor

 1.       Computer Lab                                              :         151.30 Sq.M.

Viswanadham Hall

1.       Staff Canteen                                                :         30.17  Sq.M.

2       Girls Canteen                                                 :         30.17  Sq.M.

3.       Boys Canteen                                                :         30.17  Sq.M.

4.       Kitchen                                                         :         30.17  Sq.M.

 

 

 

Santosh Sadan

          Ground Floor

 1.       Strong Room including Toilets                       :         20.00  Sq.M.

2.                Principal Office                                               :         24.38 Sq. M

3.        Main Office                                                   :         50.00 Sq. M

4.        Pharmaceutics Lab                                       :         86.76 Sq. M

5.        Pharmaceutical Chemistry - II                      :         90 Sq. M

6.        Micro Biology Lab                                         :          90 Sq. M

7.        Anatomy & Physiology Lab                            :          90 Sq. M

8.        Secretary & Correspondent Office                :          30 Sq. M

9.        Class Room - I                                             :          150 Sq. M

10.      Class Room II                                              :          150 Sq. M

11.      Store Room - II                                            :          100 Sq. M                                

 

          First Floor

 1.       Tutorial Room                                               :         32.04  Sq.M.

2.      Ladies waiting Room                                     :         42.54 Sq. M

3.        Physical Pharmacy Lab                                 :         86.76 Sq. M

4.        Estate Office                                                   :         42.34 Sq. M

 

F) Nature and Extent of involvement of Faculty and students in academic affairs / improvements:

The academic faculty delivers lectures, conducting laboratory classes, sessional examinations, preparation of lesson plans, maintaining attendance registers, award of sessional marks, acting as counsellers for students, helping the students in project works. Some senior faculty are the members of Board of Studies in Pharmacy of their discipline and they contribute to the development and updating of curriculum. The students have the freedom to get their doubts cleared. They offer suggestions for good working of academic process. The students are allowed to give feedback about the faculty who teach a particular subject.


In St. Xavier Institute of Pharmacy faculty members are available from 9.00 A.M. to 6.00 P.M. on all working days and during holidays including Sunday one faculty is available to interact with students and parents. The students shall interact with faculty members in tutorial rooms or staff cubicles for their academic improvement between 9.00 A.M. to 9.30 A.M. and 4.45 P.M. to 6.00 P.M. during all working days. In addition every evening remedial classes for poor learners, an advanced coaching for fast learners will be held on all working days between 4.45 P.M. to 6.00 P.M.

 

 

G) Mechanism/Norms & procedure for Democratic/Good Governance:


Good governance is in practice in St. Xavier Institute of Pharmacy its inception by the team work of principal, faculty, technical and non-technical staff in co-operation with Director and Governing body of Community And Rural Development Society, Guntur. All activities of the institution are segregated into different committees/cells. The activities of individual committee/cell are co-ordinate by Principal. Principal after interaction or in co-ordination with academic advisory board or Director and Governing Body will finalize the activities and discharge to various categories in a transparent way. Faculty or technical persons in co-ordination also supervise the office administrative work with Principal.

 


G) Grievance redressal mechanism for faculty, staff and students:


Grievances shall be addressed to grievance cell composed of Principal, Asst. Professors, Lecturers, Boys hostel in-charge, Girls hostel in-charge in a transparent way. The grievances received orally or in written form will be considered and rectified if necessary in consultation with the Director and Board of Governing Body.

 

V. PROGRAMMES :

A

Name of the Program Approved by the AICTE

:

B. PHARMACY

B

Name of the Program Accredited by the AICTE

:

NIL

C

Details of the Approved Program

 

 

 

i

Name

:

Bachelor of Pharmacy (B. Pharmacy)

 

ii

Number of Seats

:

60.

 

iii

Duration of Course

:

Four Years (04).

 

iv

Cut off mark / rank for admission during the last three years: -N.A.-

 

 

Convener EAMCET carried up the admission process. The Program is  commenced from 2008 - 2009 academic year (2008-09 admissions are under progress)

 

 

v

Fee :

 

Fee is fixed by Government of Andhra Pradesh, Rs.31,500/- annum

vi

Placement Facilities: -N.A.-

 

Necessary Steps will be taken to accommodate 90-95% placement by establishing a placement cell comprising a coordinator and sufficient members.

vii

The academic Program in this institution is commenced from 2008. Hence campus placement details are not available as the approved program is of four year course.

 

 

 

D) Name and Duration of program (s) having affiliation/collaboration with Foreign Universities/Institutions:

     The Institution has NO affiliation/collaboration with foreign university/institution

PERMANENT FACULTY STUDENT RATIO : 1: 15

B. Number of Faculty Employed during the Last three years : -N.A.-

C. Number of Faculty left during the last three years : -Nil-

VII. FEE :

A. Fee Approved by the State Government :

             An Annual Tuition Fee of Rs.31,500/- has been prescribed by State Government of Andhra Pradesh for students admitted through EAMCET convener.

             A maximum Tuition Fee of Rs.91,700/- is prescribed for students seeking admission under Management Quota.

B. Time Schedule for payment of fee for the entire programme :

             At the time of admission, the convener, EAMCET, collects the tuition fee of first year and the same is transferred to the college. The students are allowed to pay the tuition fee within 10 days after reopening of college after summer vacation for subsequent years. July-August of Every Academic year

C. No. of Fee waivers granted with amount and name of students :

The Institute did not opted for Fee waiver scheme proposed by AICTE and Government of A.P.

D. No. of scholarship offered by the institute, duration and amount :

No scholarship is offered by the institute.

E. Criteria for fee waivers/scholarship: As per EAMCET convener-2008-2008

F. Estimated cost of Boarding and Lodging in Hostels: Rs. 2,500/- per month.

IX : ADMISSION

A) Number of Seats Sanctioned with the year of approval :

 

AICTE Approved Intake During last 4 years

 

1.1.1.1.1

1.1.1.1.

1st year of approval by AICTE (give approval ref. no. & date)

2009-2010

2008-09

2007-06

 

San ctions intake

San  ctions admissions

san  ctions intake

San  ctions admissions

san  ctions intake

San  ctions admissions

 

UG(FT)

B.Pharm

F.No: AP-163/NDEGP/2007-08, DT. 30-06-2008

60

60

60

60

--

--

 

UG(PT)

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---

---

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PG(FT)

---

---

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---

---

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PG(PT)

---

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B) Number of Students admitted under various categories each year in the last three years: N.A.

The admission process for the academic year 2008-2009 is under process.

C) No. Of applications received during last two years for admission under management quota and number admitted: N.A.

Academic Year

No.of Applications Received

No. Admitted

--

--

--

--

--

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X. ADMISSION PROCEDURE

A) Mention the admission test being followed, name and address of the Test Agency and its URL ( Website ) : EAMCET, Convener, Hyderabad, www.eamcet.dte.gov.in

B) Number of seats allotted to different Test Qualified candidates separately [ AIEEE / CET (State conducted test / University Test)Association conducted test ] : 48

C) Calendar for admission against management / vacant seats : Admission in process

a

Last date for request for application

:

--

b

Last date for submission of application

:

--

c

Dates for announcing final results

:

--

d

Release of admission list ( main list and waiting list should be announced on the same day )

:

-

e

Date for acceptance by the candidate ( time given should in no case be less than 15 Days )

:

--

f

Last date for closing of admission

:

--

g

Starting of the Academic session

:

--

h

The waiting list should be activated only on the expiry of date of main list

:

--

i

The policy of refund of the fee, in case of withdrawal, should be clearly notified

:

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XI. CRITERIA AND WEIGHTAGES FOR ADMISSION

A. Describe each criteria with its respective weightages i.e. Admission Test, marks in qualifying examination etc. : EAMCET RANK/ Percentile in Intermediate

B. Mention the minimum level of acceptance, if any : 50% in Groups

C. Mention the cut-off levels of percentage & percentile scores of the candidates in the admission   test for the last three years. N.A

D. Display marks scored in Test etc. and in aggregate for all candidates who were admitted. N.A.

LIBRARY

1

Area

151.30 Sq.m

2

Seating Capacity

72

3

No.of Titles

210

4

Total No.of Volume

1726

5

No. of National Journals

04

6

No.of International Journals

00

7

Facilities

Internet Reprography and Book Bank

 

LABORATORY

1.  

Pharmaceutical chemistry-1

 

List of Major Equipment:

 

Hot air ovens, Microwave ovens, Fuming cupboards, Vacuum pumps, Mixers, Melting point apparatus, Microwave synthesizer, HPLC, Sonicator, Florimeter,

 

Facilities:

 

Balance room, Preparation room, Computer Facility, Intercom facility Refrigerator, Power supply with Electricity/Generator, Water supply, Drainage system, Gas supply, Fire-Extinguisher, Fuming cup boards, Exhaust fan, Proper cross ventilation, First aid Kit etc

2.  

Pharm. Analysis

 

List of Major Equipment:

 

Digital balances, Analytical Balances, UV - Spectrophotometer, Colorimeter, Karl-Fisher titrimeter, Flamephotometer, Rotary Shaker, Sonicator, HPLC, Fluorimeter, Refractometer, Polarimeter.

 

Facilities:

 

Balance room, Preparation room, Computer Facility, Intercom facility, Refrigerator, Power supply with Electricity/Generator, Water supply, Drainage system, Gas supply, Fire-Extinguisher, Exhaust fan, Proper cross ventilation, First aid Kit etc

3.  

Pharmaceutics

 

List of Major Equipment:

 

Dissolution Rate Test apparatus, Conical percolator, Hot Air oven, Centrifuges, Mixers, Mortar and Pestles, Tincture press, Hand grinding mill, Remi stirrers, Magnetic Stirrers, Filtration units etc

 

Facilities:

 

Preparation room, Computer Facility, Intercom facility, Refrigerator, Power supply with Electricity/Generator, Water supply, Drainage system, Gas supply, Proper cross ventilation, Fire-Extinguisher, Exhaust fan, First aid Kit etc

4.  

Physical Pharmacy

 

List of Major Equipment:

 

Water baths, Stalagmometers, Viscometers, Stop-Watches, Filteration units, Computers, Glassware etc

 

Facilities:

 

Preparation room, Computer Facility, Intercom facility, Refrigerator, Power supply with Electricity/Generator, Water supply, Drainage system, Gas supply, Proper cross ventilation, Fire-Extinguisher, Exhaust fan, First aid Kit etc

 

Computing Facilities

A

Number of Systems

20

B

Configuration of Systems

P- IV @ 1.8 Ghz. Dual core process,

Inter 945 chipset mother board

512 MB DDR2 Ram, 15’ colour monitor

Keyboard, Optical Mouse

C

Total number of systems connected by LAN

20 Computers

D

Total number of systems connected to WAN

NIL

E

Internet bandwidth

100KBPS, 1000hrs

F

Major software packages available

Windows-95, Windows-2000, Windows-XP,Adobe Page-Maker, Acrobat Reader, ISISIDrw-, ChemWindow, Chemsketch, ChemDraw, Molecular-Weight Determination Calculator, Internet Software, WINISIS, MSOffice, Tally, Nero Software, Scanning software, DBASE, FOXPRO, VB6, JAVA, Etc.

G

Special purpose facilities available

Language Soft Skills are established in 10 systems, Seminar Hall with Audio and OHP Projector facilities, LCD Projector etc.

 

WORKSHOP

A) Games and Sports Facilities :

2.5 Acres of Sports field is available in the campus with Volley-Ball, Kho-Kho, Cricket, Shuttle, Throw-Ball, Tennycoit Courts. Cricket Kits, Volle-Balls, Shuttle Cocks, Sufficient number of nets for various games, Sufficient number of equipment for Atheltics, Indoor Game facilities like Carrom-Boards, Chineese Chekkar, Chess-Boards etc are also available in campus.

B) Extra Curriculum Activities:

As the admission procedure is going on we did not start this program.

C) Soft Skill Development Facilities:

A Language Lab is established with 20 computers and necessary facilities to improve the soft skills as well communication skills of Students and staff. A regular class in communication skills is being organized in the institution.

D) Number of Classrooms and size of each:

Presently we Possess One (01) class room with following size:

Lecture Hall-2

150.00 SQ.M

 

E) Number of Tutorial rooms and size of each:

Tutorial Room : 32.04 SQ.M

 

F) Number of laboratories and size of each:

Totally 04 laboratories with following sizes are available:

S.NO.

Name of The Laboratory

Available Size

01

Pharma. Chemistry

75.60 SQ.M

02

Pharma. Chemistry - II

90.00 SQ.M

03

Anatomy & Physiology Lab

90.00 SQ.M

04

Physical Pharmacy

86.76 SQ.M

   05 Pharmaceuitics                  86.76 SQ.M
   06 Pharma Analysis                  75.60 SQ.M

 

                                              TOTAL

                324.72 SQ.M

 

G) Number of drawing halls and size of each

- N.A.-

H) Number of Computer Centers with capacity of each :

One Computer center is available with accommodating capacity of 30 students. The size of computer center is 151.30 SQ.M

I) Central Examination Facility, Number of rooms and capacity of each :

Central Examination Facility is available with one room and the capacity of room is 150 Sq. M to accommodate 125 students

The Academic Calendar for the academic years 2009-2010 is not yet received from the university.