Best Practices

The institute has adopted many best practices for quality improvement such as:

  • Promotion of the students from the rural area to become a competent pharmacist.

  • Promotion of social activities through health awareness program in rural areas.

  • Involvement of undergraduate students in research.

  • Organizing Industrial visits every academic year.

  • Stakeholder’s feedback and its analysis.

  • Mentoring system.

  • Awards, rewards and incentives for students and faculty.

  • Periodical review system for the institutional committees.

  • Training and Placement cell for the student.

Best Practice-1

ECO KG Sanjivani : Green Campus Initiatives

Best practice-2

  1. Title of the Practice: Research & Skill Development  

          KGRDCP & RI Grants & Achievements 

         (Sanctioned Letters) 

  1. Objective of the Practice:

    Research skill development is one of the distinctive and emerging areas of the institution. Institute inculcate a research culture among the students and faculty, enables faculty to translate theoretical knowledge into action, develops scientific thinking and acquire research skills by encouraging staff to pursue Ph.D programme and to attend innovative seminars, workshop and Faculty Development Programme, undertake minor & major research projects, to organize and participate in workshops and seminars, encourages staff and students to publish papers in leading journals. The institute encourages best practices and institutional distinctiveness by creating and developing competent pharmacy professionals.

  1. The Context:

    The students admitted to the institute are from rural as well as urban area. To bridge the gap and inculcate research ability and also to explore hidden capability of students, the institute encourages them by conducting research and review activities beyond curriculum.


  1. The Practice:

    To develop the skills and to nurture the curiosity of the students, the institute emphasizes on promoting the research activities. For the promotion of the research activities and skill development, the institute has encouraged students as well as faculties to conduct various research activities. Institute had organized two week faculty development program to improvise the teaching ability and also faculties were encouraged to attain faculty development programs and workshops that has been arranged in other institutions. Students were encouraged to participate in various activities such as seminars, workshops, poster presentations etc.

        Faculties were encouraged to pursue Ph.D program. Currently, six faculties are pursuing their            Ph.D. and one faculty had completed Ph.D program.

Faculties were encouraged to apply for research grants through various institutions such as Mumbai University, UGC, AICTE, ICMR etc.

Faculties and students were encouraged to publish their research in various national as well as international journals. More than 100 research as well as review papers have been published in national and international  journals till date.

  1. Evidence of Success:

    Faculties have been benefitted by various Faculty development programs and workshops.

          Activities completed successfully / Achievements:

  1. The PMKVY grants of 12 Lacs have been sanctioned for the conduct of the courses viz Front line health worker, Individual sales professional, diabetic educator, Pharmacist Assistant.

  2. Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is started by the college behalf the government scheme.

  3. Grant of 8 lacs

    sanctioned for the purpose of research topic entitled “To recycle marine waste Oyster shells, dolomite lime for the preparation of various calcium and phosphorous neutraceuticals” under DBT programme “Proposal for the use of Foldscope as a research tool” by department of biotechnology, Ministry of science and technology, Govt. of India to Mohan Kale and Pritam Juvatkar.


  4. Our faculty Pravin Naik received 1 lac

    grant for “QSAR of Oxazoles” by Aria chemicals Pvt. Ltd, Taloja, Navi Mumbai in 2015-16.

  5. Ashwin Kotamkar

    received minor research grant from University of Mumbai 2013.

  6. Baban Thawkar, Mr. Sandeep Waghulde

    received minor research grant from University of Mumbai 2016.

  7. Mohan Kale along with Sandeep Waghulde, Nilesh Gorde and Kirteebala Pawar received three ICMR grant for seminar respectively.

  8. More than 100 Research and review papers

    have been published in various reputed research journals by the faculty and students.

  9. Our institution staff has filed 05 patents.

    One patent is granted to Nilesh Gorde this year.

  10. Received 2nd prize in poster competition at ‘H.K. College of Pharmacy’ by B.Pharm students Harshala Baddi.

  11. Final year students Tushar Baviskar, Praful Patil received 3rd

    prize in the state level X Young Pharmacist Innovative Project Award

    held on 8th February 2018at Saraswathi Vidya Bhavan’s College of Pharmacy, Dombivali.

  12. Pravin Naik has received 1 Lac as research grant from industry

  13. Pravin Jagtap, Mr. Nilesh Gorde and Mr. Pritam Juvatkar

    received research grant of amount 50000/- each and Mr. Pravin Naik received 60000/- from Mumbai university.

  14. Vaishali Jadhav

    completed her PhD from SNDT University.
    Problems Encountered and Resources Required


    Research activities require a large amount of sum to carry out. Funding by research grant is not  possible for each and every research project.