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Research & Development

Gupta College of Technological Sciences’s unique combination of research groups from different disciplines (Pharmacy, Biological Sciences, Mathematics and Computer Science) opens the opportunity to cover a wide range of aspects of collaborative research on different diseases that are not easily found under the same roof in other academic institutes. For example, while aspects of delivery of drugs are covered by the Pharmaceutics Division, detailed structural simulations of receptor molecules and docking studies of drugs are executed by the Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Biological Science Division.
Important scientific discoveries and method developments have been made by faculty members, students and researchers of the Gupta College of Technological sciences. Performance of an academic institute is typically measured in terms of scientific publications, discoveries and innovations. Please refer to the below list of publications of Gupta College of Technological sciences for last two years.
GCTS’s scientific and technological research mission involves better targeting and delivery of life-saving drugs, proper understanding of pharmacology of discovered drugs and bioinformatics driven biological science research intended at the invention of new drug molecules.
Selective list of publications (2017-2018):

  1. Banerjee, S., & Sen, K. K. (2018). Aquasomes: A novel nanoparticulate drug carrier. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 43, pp. 446-452.
  2. Chintapilli, A., Satyavathi, K., Bhojaraju, P., Kanthal, L.K., Manna, S. (2018). RP-HPLC method for estimation of ado-trastuzumabe emtansine injection in pharmaceutical dosage form. Asian Journal of Chemistry, 30 (2), pp. 301-304.
  3. Gangopadhyay, A., Sinha, S., Chaulya, N.C., Ghosh, A. (2017). Phytochemical investigation and exploration of CNS depressant efficacy of ethanolic root extract of Cyperus kyllinga Endl. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 55 (11), pp. 801-804.
  4. Das, B., Sen, S. O., Maji, R., Nayak, A. K., & Sen, K. K. (2017). Transferosomal gel for transdermal delivery of risperidone: Formulation optimization and ex-vivo permeation. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology38, 59-71.
  5. Ray, S., Roy, G., Maiti, S., Bhattacharyya, U. K., Sil, A., & Mitra, R. (2017). Development of smart hydrogels of etherified gum ghatti for sustained oral delivery of ropinirole hydrochloride. International journal of biological macromolecules103, 347-354.
  6. Panda, S., & Kumari, L. (2017). Discovery of an Unexplored Protein Structural Scaffold of Serine Protease from Big Blue Octopus (Octopus cyanea): A New Prospective Lead Molecule. Current drug discovery technologies14(2), 135-140.
  7. Mukherjee, A., Sen, K.K., Banerjee, S. (2017). Effect of metabolic syndrome on depression in mice. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 51 (4), pp. S645-S652.
  8. Panda, S., & Poddar, S. (2017). A comparative study of repressor element 1-silencing transcription factor of teleost fishes. Asian J Pharm Clin Res10(2), 368-371.
  9. Roy, T., Banerjee, I., Ghosh, S., Dhali, R.S., De Pati, A., Tripathi, S.K. (2017). Effects of co-treatment with pioglitazone and methotrexate on experimentally induced rheumatoid arthritis in Wistar albino rats. Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 49 (2), pp. 168-175.
  10. Panda, S., Chandra, G. (2017). Molecular modeling and structural analysis of some snake venom specific toxin proteins and cognate non-toxin proteins of other chordates.  Current Drug Discovery Technologies, 14 (1), pp. 59-69.


We have initiated an Indo-US collaborative research project between Gupta College of Technological Sciences and Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta USA, on the “Role of herbal drugs in cancer prevention”.


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We take the opportunity to congratulate Dr. Sabyasachi Maiti for receiving a fund of rupees 23.94 lakhs for the DST project entitled “Engineered Pullulan Core-Shell Nano-Biocontainers and their Potential in Drug Delivery Applications”

First self financed Pharmacy college in WB to establish PhD cell and to file Patent

We are pleased to announce that the college journal “Journal of PharmaSciTech” ISSN No. 2231 3788 indexed in various highly recognized indexing agencies(CAS, Doaj, Hinari) has achieved the Google scholar based impact factor of 0.479 with IC value 5.47

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