Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Agra

An Institution Of 90 Years of Glorious History & Contributions In Teaching And Research(Accreditated Grade B” by NAAC) (called at the place of Agra University,

Agra from 24.09.1995 vide U.P. Govt. Notification No. 33/XVII-V-1-1(ka)-43-1996, dated 06.01.1996)

Institute of Basic Science

Institute of Basic Science (Khandari Campus)

Constituent Departments
साधारण विज्ञान संस्थान के तीन अंग हैं :


१. Chemistry  Department 
२. Mathematics Department 
३. Physics  Department 
४. Pharmacy Department 


आप प्रत्येक डिपार्टमेंट के बारे में ऊपर दिए गए टैब पर जाकर विस्तृत जानकारी प्राप्त कर सकते हैं। 


Prof. Ajay Taneja



Department of Chemistry, IBS, Khandari, Dr. B.R.Ambedkar University, Agra 







About Department


The Department of Chemistry, Dr B.R. Ambedkar University, Agra was established in the year 1981 for M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes and has presently four faculty members (two Professors and two Assistant Professor). Till 1995 only M.Phil. and Ph.D. programmes were running in the Department. Later in the year 1996 M.Sc. Analytical and M.Sc Industrial chemistry were opened, thereafter, in 1998 M.Sc. Forensic Science and in 2003 M.Sc Chemistry were started. Each course has 15 seats.The admission to any courses is strictly on the basis of Merit & Written test/interview Courses in the Departement follows semester system, which includes regular seminars, assignments, periodical tests, practicals and research work as part of curriculum. This Department from the very beginning has strived hard for quality teaching and research and have played significant role in the field of spreading the scientific knowledge among the students who are placed in good positions in the field of academics, Industry, R&D and in National & international institutions etc. Faculty of this Department up to now have published more than 400 papers in National and International Journals of repute and from this Department more than 90 doctorate and 250 M.Phil. have been awarded. About 50 students have qualified UGC-CSIR (NET) Examination for JRF and Lectureship eligibility in last five years. The thrust areas of research are in the field of coordination chemistry, environmental chemistry, macrocyclic chemistry, polymer chemistry and nanochemistry. Department is well equipped with instruments like AAS,FTIR(ATR & KBr) UV-Visible Spectrometer, Flame Photometer, Gel electrophoresis, Aerosol Spectrometer etc.


1Dr. AJAY TANEJAProfessor & H.o.D.MSc, NET, PhD, FICC, FICS, MNASc.
3Dr. DEVENDRA KUMARProfessorMSc, MPhil, PhD

Courses & Fees

Courses NameSyllabusDurationMinimum – EligibilityAdmission ProcedureNo of SeatsFees
M.Phil Chemistry 1 Year (2 Semesters)(a)MSc Chemistry with at least 55%marks and
(b) Either 55% marks in BSc and second class in intermediate or 55% marks in each of these two examination separately or 55%marks in aggregate of intermediate and BSc examinations
Written Test/ Merit& Interview15 
MSc Chemistry 2 Year (4 Semesters)BSc (three years) degree with chemistry as one of the main subject securing at least 55%of marks in aggregate as well as 55% marks in chemistry theory papersWritten exam /Interview15 

Training Program(Implemented in collaboration)

Program Name Content / Remarks




Small scale industries awareness programme by Ministry of Small Scale Industry, GOI

Training programme for School Science teachers by Ministry of Science and Technology

Research Area 

Area NameMinimum – Eligibility

Coordination Chemistry 
Environmental Chemistry
Synthetic inorganic Chemistry
Nano Chemistry
Polymer Science  
Green Chemistry

As per UGC/University norms

Achievements Regarding department

(1) Organized national seminars/ workshop/conference
(2) Many invited lectures by faculty members of national and international institutes
(3) Participation and presentations in national and international conferences
(4) Many papers published in journals of repute
(5) Reference Book published
(6) Modernization of  labs by UGC plan grant / RUSA grant
(7) Placement of students to MNC and other Companies
(8) Implementation of good practices


Department / Institute Contact Information


Prof. Sanjay Chaudhary



Dept. of Mathematics, 
Institute of Basic Science, Khandari, Agra



0562 – 2522420




About Department

Established in 1981. M. Phil. & M.Sc. courses run in the department is of high repute as the pass outs of these courses have found placements in Universities like HRI, Allahabad, Delhi, Banasthali, IIT and other research centers. Self sufficient and updated library with more than 2000 volumes & 10 journals financed by NBHM and a well maintained Computer Lab with INFLIBNET facility. Furnished Seminar Hall and smart class rooms which caters the needs of all the departments.


S .No




Dr. Sanjay Chaudhary
Dr. Sanjeev Kumar






M.Phil., Ph. D.
M.Phil., Ph. D.

Courses & Fees

Courses Name

M. Sc. (Mathematics)



Updated in 2017(CBCS)



4 semesters


Minimum – Eligibility

Bachelor degree with Mathematics in all the three years and either an average of 55% marks in B. Sc. and intermediate examination or 50% marks in B. Sc. and second division in intermediate


Admission Procedure

Merit basis

No of Seats




M. Phil. (Mathematics)


Updated in 2017(CBCS)


2 semesters + Dissertation


M. Sc. in any branch of Mathematical Sciences with at least 55%; either 55% marks in Graduation and IInd class in aggregate intermediate or 50% marks in each of the two examinations separately.


Written test



Ph.D. (Mathematics)


As per U.G.C. norms









Research Area

Reliability Theory, Software Reliability, Bio-mathematics, Fluid Dynamics, Fuzzy Mathematics


Achievements Regarding department

(i). Since its inception, the department has produced more than 80 Ph.D.’s. During this period faculty members have published around 300 research article and have completed 2 minor and 5 major projects of UGC and CSIR. The department has organized 2 teacher’s training program, a conference on Mathematics for Industrial Development( 1994) , National Convention of ORSI(1998), two UGC sponsored Refresher Courses (1999) and two workshop for Hindi terminology. In 2004 the department organized 19th Annual conference of the Ramanujan Mathematical Society, the focal theme being Financial Mathematics. In 2007 department organized 9th Annual Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences. In 2009, while in 2013 Annual Conference of VPI (MCM-2013) was organized. Recently a workshop on “Applications of Mathematics in Modern Era” have organized by the department. A workshop on “Applications of MATLAB” also organized in the Dept.

(ii). Four Memorial Lectures organized every year in the memory of Prof. J. N. Kapoor, Prof. H.C. Khare, Prof. R.P. Agarwal and Prof. Prof. M.K. Singhal

(iii). Mathematics Day celebrated every year on 22nd Dec. (Ramanujan’s Birthday).

(iv). Other visitors in the recent past include Prof. Daniel Wulbert (University of California, USA), Prof. J. Striete (Madera University, GERMANY), Prof. Phan Quac Khanh (International University of Hochiminh City, VIETNAM) and Prof. G. Mastroeni (University of Pisa, ITALY). Prof. Ana Maria Acu (Romania), Prof. Loo Tee How (Malaysia), Michel Boyom (France) etc.

(V). Faculty members visited several reputed Universities in India and abroad (USA, Canada, Europe, China, Russia etc)

Department / Institute Contact Information


Prof. B.P Singh


Institute of Basic Sciences, Khandari, Agra




About Department

The Department of Physics was established in the year 1981 by introducing the course M.Phil. (Physics), a pre-Ph.D. two semesters course for providing training in research methodology for postgraduate student in Physics. About ten to twenty percent of the candidates who have successfully completed their M.Phil. Courses are registered for Ph.D. degree in Physics in the Department. About fifty candidates have so far obtained their Ph.D. degree in Physics from the Department in different thrust areas. More than two hundred research papers have been published by the teachers and research scholars of the Department in reputed international journals during last twenty years. The Department is also running a four semester course at M.Sc. level which was introduced in 1989-90. The purpose of this course has been to provide training to students in job-oriented areas of Physics, Electronics and Computers. After successful completion of M.Sc. course, the candidates have a wide scope for job opportunities in various government and private sector organizations. The syllabus for M.Sc. course has been designed so as to be consistent with that prescribed for UGC-CSIR National Eligibility Test(NET).


S .No




Dr. B.P.Singh

Dr. Bindu Shekhar Sharma


Associate Professor

Associate Professor


M.Sc.(Physics), M.Phil., Ph.D.

M.Sc. (Physics), M.Phil., Ph.D.

Courses & Fees

Courses Name


Minimum – Eligibility

Admission Procedure

No of Seats



Approximately Three years

As per University guidelines

As per guidelines of University



One year

(a) M.Sc. Physics/ Applied Physics/ Electronics/ Computational Physics with at least 55% marks (b)Either 55% marks in B.Sc.(10+2+3) and second division in intermediate or 50% marks in each of these two examinations separately

Merit/Academic record/ Written test/Admission test guidelines


Research Area

(I) Condensed Matter Physics (II) Solid State Physics (III) Geophysics (IV) Microwave Physics (V) Optical Fibers (VI) Ultrasonics (VII) Dielectric Theory (VIII) Nanotechnology

Achievements Regarding department

Most of the students awarded M.Phil.(Physics) and Ph.D.(Physics) degree from the Department have got employments as lecturers in various Colleges/Universities in different States of the Country. Some of them are also working as Scientists in National Laboratories/Atomic Energy Centres and in other prestigious Institutes. Several teachers holding permanent positions in affiliated Colleges of this University and of other Universities have also obtained M.Phil. degree in Physics form this Department.


The Department of Pharmacy is one of the leading institute of Uttar Pradesh, established in 2002 under the aegis of Faculty of Medicine Dr B.R Ambedkar University, Agra. The Department has been established with a view to promote excellence in Pharmacy education and to prepare upcoming generation to meet the challenges in the area of Pharmaceutical industries, education, research and development by utilizing leading edge technologies with available resources.

The Department is approved by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), New Delhi, offers B. Pharm, program.

The Laboratories are highly & well equipped state-of-the-art laboratories with sophisticated, advanced and dedicated instrument rooms, library with computer facility, reprographic facility with unlimited internet access for students and faculty members for research and knowledge upgradation, class rooms with preinstalled LCD Projectors.

The Department has kept itself abreast of paradigm shifts that have taken place in recent era of Pharmacy education, and fraternity, with aim to provide a simulated atmosphere at the premises to build up and boost up their confidence and competence levels. The Department regularly invites learned and eminent academicians, industrialists and dignitaries to deliver seminar and lectures to create enthusiasm and zeal among students and staff members for educational



Dear Pharmacy Professional, Thank you for taking the time to visit us on our website. India is emerging out to be global leader in Pharmaceutical Technology. Quality of medicines manufactured in India is proven to be of world class standard & many Indian Pharmaceutical Companies have taken a lead to capture world pharmaceutical Market. To compete with the world pharmaceutical Market we need world-class competent pharmacists in the area of Manufacturing, Research & Development, Quality Assurance and Marketing. We are very much happy to introduce Department of Pharmacy, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra with a proclaimed objective to develop the students as competent pharmacist and highly qualified dedicated professionals. I would like to thank, all the students, faculty and staff members of the institute for their sincere efforts and dedication. I am indebted to the Honorable Vice Chancellor Professor M. Muzzamil and University official for, working in collaboration with Department for their regular support in achieving our aim to become “the centre of excellence”. I am in no doubt while assuring the new entrants that we are determined to give them the best in a perfect organized way.


Prof. Brijesh Kumar Tiwari

M.Pharm & Ph.D. (Pharmaceutical Sciences) Head

Department of Pharmacy




1Dr. Brijesh Kumar TiwariProfessor & H.o.D.M.Pharm., Ph. D.Pharmacognosy
2Dr. Ravi Shekhar SharmaAssistant ProfessorM.Pharm., Ph.D.Pharmaceutics
3Dr. Jaybir SinghAssistant ProfessorM.Pharm., Ph.D.Pharmaceutics
4Mr. Pushpendra KumarAssistant ProfessorM. PharmPharmacology
5Mr. Manoj Kumar YadavAssistant ProfessorM. PharmPharmacology
6Mr. Shivkant SharmaAssistant ProfessorM. PharmQuality Assurance
7Mr. Vijay Kumar YadavAssistant ProfessorM. PharmPharmacognosy
8Ms. Pooja SharmaAssistant ProfessorM. PharmPharmaceutical Chemistry
9Ms. Pratibha MishraAssistant ProfessorM. PharmPharmacognosy




Under GraduateBachelor of Pharmacy (4 Years)

EligibilityMinimum 45 % marks in PCM or PCB.

Lateral Admission in II Year B.Pharm: Minimum qualification- Diploma in Pharmacy with minimum 60% marks.


  • Government jobs like Drug Inspectors, Drug Controllers and Pharmacist

  • As Lecturers for D. Pharm.

  • In Pharmacovigilance

  • In Clinical Data Management

  • In Clinical Research

  • In Product Management Team of Various Pharmaceutical Companies

  • As sales promotion manager

  • Marketing Managers or a Sales Manager of various MNCs of Pharmacy

  • In Production Department of Various Pharmaceutical industries

  • Analysis & Testing of drugs (QC /QA) etc.



Department has well equipped laboratories along with lecture rooms and seminar hall. Department of Pharmacy avails the facility of well equipped and furnished J.P. Auditorium for conferences, seminars, cultural activities etc.



Lab: Pharmacology

Equipment : Actophotometer, Convulsiometer, Analgesiometer (Eddy’s hot plate), Lucas moist chamber Muscle electrodes, Myographic lever, Haemocytometer with Micropipettes, Sahli’s haemocytometer, Permanent Slides for various tissues, Models for various organs Skeleton and bones Dissection box and tray etc.


Lab: Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 

The laboratory is well equipped to perform microbiological and biotechnological experiments of B. Pharm. students. Equipment : Tissue culture station, Gel electrophoresis, Microscope with stage micrometer, Autoclave, Hot air oven, B.O.D. incubator, Laminar air flow, Colony counter, Zone reader etc.


Lab: Pharmacognosy

Equipment : Camera Lucida, Eye piece micrometer, Flourimeter, Vacuum pump, Micropipettes, Micro Centrifuge, Projection Microscope, Clavengers apparatus, Soxhlet apparatus, TLC chamber and sprayer, Distillation unit, Muffle furnace etc.


Lab: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

The laboratory is well equipped to perform experiments of medicinal and pharmaceutical chemistry.

Equipment: Microwave Oven, Reflux flask and condenser, single necked Reflux flask and condenser, double triple necked reflux flask and condenser, Arsenic Limit Test Apparatus, Digital balance 10mg and 1mg sensitivity, Distillation Unit, Melting Point Apparatus etc


Lab: Pharmaceutics

The laboratory is well equipped to perform experiments of Pharmaceutics.

Equipment: Ostwald’s viscometer, Stalagmometer, Desiccator, Suppository moulds,


Buchner Funnels (Small, medium, large), Filtration assembly, Homogenizer, Microscope, Stage and eye piece micrometers, Brookfield’s viscometer, Brookfield’s Rheometer, Tray dryer, Ball mill, Sieve shaker with sieve set, Propeller type mechanical agitator, Autoclave, Steam distillation still, Vacuum Pump, Tablet punching machine, Capsule filling machine, Ampoule washing machine, Ampoule filling and sealing machine, Tablet disintegration test apparatus IP, Tablet dissolution test apparatus IP, Monsanto’s hardness tester, Friability test apparatus, Clarity test apparatus, Ointment filling machine, Tablet coating pan, All purpose equipment with all accessories, Aseptic Cabinet, Bulk Density Apparatus etc.


Lab: Computer Lab

The lab is equipped with 30 computers along with printers for students. Lab is supplied by LAN internet access. Equipment: Computers



Medicinal garden is available for conducting practicals in Pharmacognosy.



The centralized instrumental facility has the following sophisticated instruments. 

Equipment : , UV- Visible Spectrophotometer, HPLC, fluorimeter, Colorimeter, Digital pH meter, Digital Balance (1mg sensitivity), Flame Photometer, Conductivity meter, Potentiometer, turbidimeter, Ultrasonic cell crusher etc.


Books: Departmental library is enriched with a wide range of books. A good number of titles are available for the benefit of students. Besides textbooks as per requirement of the syllabus, various reference books are available

i.e. BP, USP, IP, Merck index, encyclopedia of pharmaceutical technology, Burger series, Books of Marcel Dekker Inc i.e. Banker and Rhodes, Lachman and Lieberman etc. Journals: Online journal databases like Springerlink, Tylor and Francis etc are available through LAN UGC consortium and Inflibnet.



The pharmacy department has a computer center and a campus-wide Internet facility. The entire campus is connected with the Local Area Network. University provides free Internet facilities to all students on campus.


Three days programme on ‘Entrepreneurial Scope in Pharmaceutical Sciences’ from 23 to 25 April 2015, was held in Department of Pharmacy. Programme was organized under the aegis of ‘The National Science and Technology Entrpreneurship Development and Department of Science technology (DST), Govt of India.


Students are working in various reputed pharmaceutical companies like Ranbaxy, Cipla, Cadila, Panacea Biotech etc



The Department is approved by Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) for B.Pharm Course

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