About author : Dr. Ram Kumar Choudhary is currently working as Principal in Government Pharmacy Institute, Agamkuan, Patna. He has completed his B. Pharm from Roland Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Berhampur, M. Pharm. in Pharmaceutics from College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Mohuda, Berhampur. He has completed his Ph.D degree from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Anantapur, Andhra Pradesh. He has also completed a certificate course in Diploma in Computer Application. He has attended many seminars and symposium. He has presented more than 10 Papers/Posters in Conferences. He is having more than 17 years in teaching and industrial experience. He has guided more than seven M. Pharm projects. He has published more than ten research article. He has published more than four books. He is having more than 5 patents. He is Life Time member of Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India & Indian Pharmaceutical Association. He has conducted National Level Seminar as organizing secretary. Dr. Krishan Dev Parashar is working as Principal in Meera Devi Pharmacy College Pichhore Disst Shivpuri M.P. He has 14 Year teaching Experience he has PhD in Pharmaceutics. He had participated in various seminar, webinars and conferences. Dr. Sandeep Kumar is currently working as Professor at Vivek College of Technical Education, Bijnor. He has more than 16 years of teaching and research experience. His qualifications are M.Pharm. and Ph.D. He has published various research papers in peer reviewed national and international journals and attended many conferences. He is also life member of various professional bodies. Dr. Kuldeep Waidya is currently working as Principal in SMKVP College of Pharmacy, Nighoj, Ahemadnagar, Maharashtra. He has completed his B. Pharm., M.Pharm. (Pharmaceutics) and PhD from University Dept.of Pharmaceutical Sciences RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur. His interested area is liposome Nanoparticles, tablet capsule and powder dosage form formulation an
About book : Introducing the book "Physical Pharmaceutics-I" is something that fills me with an incredible amount of joy. The content of this book has been meticulously crafted to adhere to the curriculum for Bachelor of Pharmacy students that has been outlined by the Pharmacy Council of India. An effort has been made to investigate the topic using terminology that is as straightforward as possible in order to make it more simply digestible for pupils. The book has a number of illustrations, such as flowcharts and diagrams that make it simple for students to comprehend complex ideas. It is the author's honest desire that both students and academicians would take something helpful away from reading this book.