(Sponsored by Sree Saraswathi Educational Society)

Approved by AICTE & PCI, New Delhi, Recognised by Govt. of A.P. Affiliated to JNTUA, Ananthapuramu

Recognised U/S 2(f) 12 (B) of UGC Act, 1956

DEPARTMENT OF Pharmaceutical Analysis PROFILE


The mission of Pharmaceutical Analysis department is to give the students, extensive and varied scientific background, and a rewarding and challenging program of study.


Pharmaceutical Analysis department of PRRMCP aims to develop highly competent, professional, expert pharmacist with ample scientific background that contributes to the new drug development through Chemical Research.

List of Equipments

  • Arsenic Limit Test Apparatus

  • Centrifuge

  • Colorimeter

  • Conductivity meter

  • Digital pH meter

  • Distillation Unit

  • Fluorimeter

  • Fume hued

  • High sensitivity Electronic balance

  • Hot air oven

  • Hot Plate

  • HPLC

  • Magnetic Stirrers with Thermostat

  • Mechanical stirrer

  • Melting point apparatus

  • Microwave oven

  • Muffle furnace

  • Nessler’s Cylinders

  • Paper Electrophoresis apparatus

  • Probe Sonicator

  • Rotary Flash Evaporator

  • Suction pumps

  • Ultra-Sonicator

  • UV Visible Spectrophotometer

  • Vacuum filter

Ongoing Activities

The Pharmaceutical Analysis department is concerned with teaching the undergraduate and postgraduate students in the fields of

  • Chemistry of natural and synthetic products

  • Drug analytical techniques for identification

  • Drug design & Discovery

  • Drug metabolism and molecular toxicology

  • Medicinal chemistry

  • Molecular Modelling

  • Organic synthesis of medicinal and pharmaceutical agents

  • Peptide Chemistry

  • Quantification of impurities and instrumental techniques

  • Structure Activity Relationship

The study given by the Pharmaceutical Analysis department to both undergraduate and postgraduate students is a part of a programme that offer to the community professional pharmacists and talented innovative researchers that may help in the discovery and development of new drugs that will enrich the pharmaceutical industry in India.