RAJIV GANDHI GOVERNMENT POST GRADUATE AYURVEDIC COLLEGE PAPROLA

ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK

MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE COLLEGE

LIFE INSIDE THE CAMPUS

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ABOUT COLLEGE

Located in the shadows of Dhauladar Hills, blessed by Baba Baijnath (Lord Shiva) and situated at the bank of Binva khud, Paprola village is proud of its Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Post Graduate Ayurvedic College.The college came into existence in the year 1972 by the name of Him Ayurvedic College as a private institution under the supervision of Vaid Hakim Parishad of Himachal Pradesh by the efforts of Vaid Jagan Nath Sharma. At that time it was affiliated with Punjab faculty Chandigarh. 

ADMINISTRATION

The college works under the overall administrative control of Hon’ble  Minister for Health & FW and Ayurveda, Secretary (ayurveda) and Director (Ayurveda) Government of Himachal Pradesh. Principal is the incharge of Administrative/ academic and research activities at Paprola. The college has well laid out infrastructure which includes administrative  & Library book Anatomy block, College old building, Hospital, Pharmacy, Boys and Girls hostels, Principal’s residence.

PRINCIPAL's DESK

Dr. Y.K. Sharma
M.D.(Ay) Ph.D.(Principal cum Dean)

CHARAK AYURVED PHARMACY

The Charak Ayurvedic Pharmacy, Paprola was started in the Year 1997 with the assistance from Government of India in a single story building having 1600 Sq. Ft. covered area. Later on a project was submitted to the Government of India for further strengthening of the Pharmacy.

which was sanctioned by the Government of India. Since the Paprola college being a Post Graduate Institution having Post Graduation in the subjects of Ras Shastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana, Kayachikitsa, Shalya Tantra, Shalakya Tantra and Prasuti Tantra and Samhita Siddhant and the institution is having 100 bedded hospital and another 100 bedded hospital is being constructed, likely to be completed within a year it is required to have a well equipped and developed pharmacy.

            The Department of Ayurveda, Himachal Pradesh is interested in upgrading this institution to the level of National Institute. The big Pharmacy building is also coming up and is likely to be functional by the year 2008. So this institute would be one of the pioneer institute in Ayurveda not only in the northern India but in the country.

            The construction work of the new block of the Pharmacy is almost near completion to house various sections including tablets, powder, syrup, asav/arisht, capsule filling, packing of dry/wet material and some stores along with construction of different labs.

 

 

1 Name of the Pharmacy          :           Charak Ayurvedic Pharmacy, Paprola, Distt. Kangra (H.P.)

2. Year of Establishment           :           Nov. 1997

3. Annual Budget (Plan/non plan:       Plan – Non plan (Budgetary allocations for the Govt. Ayurvedic Pharmacy are met from the budget allotted to the College and to other State Pharmacies.)

4. Covered area of the Pharmacy:        370 Sq. mtr. (Old building) 300 + 300+300 Sq mtr. (Ground, first and second floor under construction in the new building)

Detail of the sanctioned and existing posts in Govt. Ayurvedic pharmacy Paprola

Sr. No.

Name of Post

Post sanctioned

In position

Vacant

Remarks

1

Manager

1

-

1

-

2.

 

3.

Mechanic

 

Ay. Pharmacist

2

 

2

-

 

-

 

2

 

2

 

Provision of the mechanic to this pharmacy is  being made from Joginder nagar pharmacy as and when servicing of machines are required

   

Present status of working staff :-

Sr. No.

Name of post

In position

Remarks

1.

Incharge/Manager

1

Reader and Head of the Deptt. of Ras Shastra has been assigned additional duty of incharge/manager to look after the pharmacy

2.

A.M.O.

1

Full time A.M.O. has been appointed by the department to work in the pharmacy.

3.

Lab. Attendant

1

Lab. Attendant also works as store keeper of the pharmacy.

4.

Class IV/Workers

6

Two part-time and two regular workers have been posted in the pharmacy to undertake various works of the pharmacy. Besides this job rate system has also been recently introduced to meet the additional demands of the workers.

5.

Sweeper

2

Part time sweepers of the college have been assigned the duty to clean the pharmacy.

 

 

Present activities of the pharmacy :-

Govt. Ayurvedic Pharmacy, Paprola is presently engaged in the following activities.

1. U.G. Practicals -

60-80 practicals are conducted every year in this pharmacy for the students of

B.A.M.S. IInd prof.

2. P.G. Practicals :-

 About 20-30 practicals are conducted every year in this pharmacy for the students of M.D./M.S.

3. Research drug manufacturing :-

This is the another important activity of the pharmacy in which various trial drugs of some of the P.G. research scholars are manufactured in this pharmacy under the guidance and supervision of experts of the subjects and these drugs are also  analyzed from DTL Jogindernagar and some other laboratories.

 4. Annual target :-

The pharmacy has also been assigned to manufacture 27 medicines for annual target to the supply of the hospital and dispensaries for which budget is allotted by the Directorate of Ayurveda Govt. of Himachal Pradesh. Eleven items have been manufactured in addition to 27 items. An extra target of 9 medicines have been fixed for the year 2008-09.

 5. Specific drug manufacturing :-

Some of the local demands of RAH and various other teaching departments are also met with. So far as tests of the drugs are concerned they are being carried out by DTL Jogindernagar their reports have been satisfactory  till now.   

Existing Infrastructure

Building

Old building is presently housed in a building having the following rooms/sections covering about 1600 Sq. ft area.

Sr. No.

Name of the room/section

Dimension in Mtr.

No. of rooms

1.

Machinery Hall

15 mtrs x 7 Mtrs.

1

2.

Students Demonstration room

8 x 5 mtrs

1

3.

Store rooms

5 x 3 mtrs

3

4.

Managers room

5 x 3 mtrs

1 (raw herbs and packed material stored)

5.

Lavatories Male & Female

-

2

6.

Bhathi section (additional shed of CGI sheets and angle iron with proper flooring)

5 x 4 mtrs

1

7.

Corridor (there is sufficient space in between the various rooms and sections)

25 x 2 mtrs

-

8.

Bhatti-section/pakshala

5 x 4 x 4 ½  mtrs

It has been constructed with angle iron and CGI sheet for the purpose of various cooking/heating procedures. This is a separate shed adjacent to this building. 

New Block

            This new building of the Pharmacy has been constructed with the grant received from the Government of India. The following section/rooms has been constructed. The total covered area of all the floors is about 950 Sq. mtrs.

Sr. No.

Name of the Room/Section

Dimension in Mtrs.

Ground floor

1.

Machinery section (Powder, tablet and Pishti section)

13.20 x 7.5 mtrs

2.

R.H. Store

6.88 x 10.27 mtrs

3.

Change room

3.3 x 2  mtrs

4.

Reception

1.85 x 2.38 mtrs.

5.

Machine tool/spare parts/switch room

8.70 x 2.58 mtrs.

6.

Toilets male and female

-

First floor

1.

Capsule filling chamber

3.30 x 2 mtrs.

2.

Packing room- dry material

3.30 x 2.55 mtrs.

3.

Rest room

2.10 x 3.50 mtrs

4.

Packed material store

4.50 x 2.50 mtrs

5.

Asavshala

105 Sq. mtrs

6.

Syrup section

240 x 788 mtrs.

7.

Packing room -liquid

3.90 x 3.80 mtrs.

8.

Washing area

6.40 x 3.80 mtrs.

9.

Packed material store

4.10 x 2.50 mtrs.

10.

Toilet male and female

 

Second floor

1.

Chemistry & Phytochemistry lab.

500 Sft.

2.

Pharmacognosy and Botany lab.

500 Sft.

3.

Microbiology lab.

200 Sft.

4.

Sample store

200 Sft.

5.

Demonstration room

300 Sft.

6.

Pharmacology & Toxicology lab.

500 Sft.

7.

Animal house

500 Sft.

8.

Office

200 Sft.

Detail of the existing machinery and equipment of Govt. Ayurvedic Pharmacy, Paprola

Sr. No.

Name of Machine

Qty

Working capacity

(during single shift)

1.

Drying oven (electrical)`

1

10 -20 kg.

2.

Grinder

1

20 – 25 kg.

3.

Micro pulverizer (cyclonic)

1

100 – 120 kg.

4.

Disintegrator (heavy duty)

1

70 – 90 kg

5.

Ball Mill

1

10 – 20 kg

6.

Pulverizer (small)

1

20 – 40 kg

7.

Polishing pan

1

2 – 5 kg.

8.

Multi punch tablet- making machine

1

4 – 16 kg.

9.

Oscillating granulator

1

20 – 30 kg

10.

Jar mill (with 4 jars)

1

15 – 20 kg

11.

Edge runner mill

1

5 – 7 kg

12.

End runner mill

1

5 – 7 kg

13.

Electric Muffel furnance

 

Upto 1200 C

14.

Juicer ordinary (manually operated)

1

10 – 15 Ltrs.

15.

Plastic pouch sealing machine

1

 

16.

Manually operated vial sealing machine

1

Brought from Joginder nagar, pharmacy for students demonstration purpose.

17.

Manually operated vial filling machine

1

-do-

18.

Light duty planetary mixer with motor

1

-do-

19.

Hinallum containers with  large lids

7

30 – 40 Ltr capacity

20

Bucket ( iron) 12-15 lts. Capacity

4

-

21.

Chllamchi enamled

3

-

22.

Spoons different size

6

-

23.

Cutter

1

-

24.

Tin boxes 3x3 ft

30

For storing raw herbs and prepared medicines.

25.

Iron (angle) racks

10

-

26.

Stainless Steel jugs

2

-

27.

SS tentha

2

-

28.

SS Karchi

2

-

29.

Rect. Enamled trays

12

-

30.

LP gas stove large

1

-

31.

LP gas stove small

2

-

32.

SS patila with copper base small size

3

-

33.

SS patila 12-15 ltr. Capacity

3

-

34.

Pearlpet plastic jars 

50

 

35.

Iron ladder

1

-

 

List of machinery purchased out of the funds provided by the GOI

1.         Pulverizer                                           2.         Disintegrator

3.         Multimill                                            4.         Ball Mill

5.         PP cap sealing (semi auto)                 6.         Labeling machine

7.         Mass mixer

Future plan :-

Undertaking of new building :-

i) Govt. of H.P. vide their letter no 19-7-2007 has sanctioned Rs. 9 Lacs. The partition work will be completed shortly by Govt. furniture factory, Bilaspur.

ii) Power wiring- Govt. of H.P. has sanctioned 2.80 lacs for power wiring works of the new building of the pharmacy. The amount has been deposited to the Department of PWD, Electrical division. Power wiring work will be completed shortly

iii) Installation of machinery and equipment – The machinery and equipment of Rs. 13,21,280 has been purchased.

Additional accommodation for existing part of pharmacy :-

Deptt. Of AYUSH,Govt. of India New Delhi has sanctioned Rs 87.9 Lacs for Put shala, boundary wall, LPG pipe line and cylinder bank and partition of machinery section, pakshala and machinery equipment. An additional amount of Rs. 21.4 Lac. has further been sanctioned for the purchase of machinery. 

Posts required for Govt. Ayurvedic Pharmacy Paprola

Sr. No.

Name of posts

Post required

1.

Manager

1

2.

Asstt. Manager

1

3.

AMO

4

4.

Ayurvedic pharmacist

2

5.

Electrician

1

6.

Mechanics

2

7.

Class IV machine operators

25

8.

Packer

1

 

Ministrial staff :

Sr. No.

 Name of post

Post required

1.

Office superintendent

1

2.

Senior assistant

1

3.

Junior assistant

1

4.

Clerk with typist

2

5.

Class IV (peon)

4

6.

Chowkidars

2

7.

Sweepers

4

      

Budgetary provision will be met out according to the other pharmacies of the  Deptt. of Ayurveda Govt. of H.P.

Labs :-

Requirement of staff for various labs proposed to be established in the pharmacy

i)          Budget                        -          

Sr. No.

Name of the post

Post required

1.

Phytochemist

1

2.

Assistants

2

3.

Lab. Technician

1

4.

Class IV

1

 

Post – Microbiology Lab

Sr. No.

Name of the post

Post required

1.

Microbiologist

1

2.

Assistant

2

3.

Technician

2

4.

Lab. Attendant

1

 

Pharmacognosy botany labs :-

Sr. No.

Name of the post

Post required

1.

Botanist

1

2.

Assistant

2

3.

Lab. Technician

2

4.

Lab. Attendant

2

5.

Class IV

1

 

Pharmacology/Toxicology :-

Sr. No.

Name of post

Post required

1.

Pharmacologist

1

2.

Assistant

1

3.

Lab. Technician

2

4.

Class IV

1

 

Animal house :-

Sr. No.

Name of post

Post required

1.

Animal house attendant

4