Department of Saidla

SOPs

Dept. data last updated on :28/11/2021

SOP FOR LABORATORIES

The Department has 03 Labs equipped with Pharmaceutical, Pharmacological and Analytical instruments to provide quality research. These labs are also endowed with good teaching and training facilities.

  1. Pharmacy and Drug Testing Lab
  2. Research Lab
  3. Saidla Lab

                                       SOP For Pharmacy and Drug Testing Lab

WORK ASSIGNED

RESPONSIBILITY

Procurement of equipment as per requirement of students and teachers

Lab In-charge

Redressal of grievance of student regarding lab

Lab In-charge

Monthly inspection of lab, equipment and log register

Lab In-charge

Physical verification of lab equipment annually

Lab In-charge

Preparation of SOP of equipment when purchased

Lab In-charge/ STA

To encourage the students to use online resources such as ‘’Laboratory Chemical Safety Summaries (LCSS)’’ published on PubChem and ‘’Prudent Practices in the Laboratory’’ published by the National Research Council for handling and management of chemical hazards.

Lab In-charge/ STA

Maintenance of stock and log register

STA

To make aware students about safety measures while using equipment and chemicals

STA

To make aware students about technical knowhow of instruments

STA

Demonstration and training of students to operate equipment

STA

Maintenance of equipment

STA

To prepare list of chemicals, glassware and equipment present in the lab

Pharmacy Attendant

Assist students during their experiments

Pharmacy Attendant

Student’s grievance submission to Lab In-charge

Pharmacy Attendant

Labelling of each equipment and chemicals

Pharmacy Attendant

Storage of chemicals

Pharmacy Attendant

To issue glassware, chemicals and other consumable items to students

Pharmacy Attendant

Opening, closing of lab and cleaning of equipment as per schedule

Lab Attendant

Make sure that all the switches and instruments have turned off before closing the lab

Lab Attendant

TO DO:

  • Safety glasses, gloves, and laboratory coats are required in the laboratory when working with chemicals.

  • Always wear aprons before entering in lab.

  • Wash hands after handling chemical materials, after removing gloves, and before leaving the laboratory.

  • Wash your used glassware and clean the workstation by yourself.

  • Leather shoes, closed-toe with slip- resistant soles are recommended whenever you are working in the laboratory, even if you are just entering data.

                                               
SOP For 
Research Lab

WORK ASSIGNED

RESPONSIBILITY

Procurement of equipment as per requirement of students and teachers

Lab In-charge

Redressal of grievance of student regarding lab

Lab In-charge

Monthly inspection of lab, equipment and log register

Lab In-charge

Physical verification of lab equipment annually

Lab In-charge

Preparation of SOP of equipment when purchased

Lab In-charge/ STA

To encourage the students to use online resources such as Laboratory Chemical Safety Summaries (LCSS)published on PubChem and Prudent Practices in the Laboratory published by the National Research Council for handling and management of chemical hazards.

Lab In-charge/ STA

Maintenance of stock and log Register

STA

To make aware students about safety measures while using equipment and chemicals

STA

To make aware students about technical knowhow of instruments

STA

Demonstration and training of students to operate equipment

STA

Maintenance of equipment

STA

To prepare list of chemicals, glassware and equipment present in the lab

Pharmacy Attendant

Assist students during their experiments

Pharmacy Attendant

Student’s grievance submission to Lab In-charge

Pharmacy Attendant

Labelling of each equipment and chemicals

Pharmacy Attendant

Storage of chemicals and cleaning /dusting of equipment

Pharmacy Attendant

To issue glassware, chemicals and other consumable items to students

Pharmacy Attendant

Opening, closing of lab and cleaning of equipment as per schedule

Lab Attendant

Make sure that all the switches and instruments have turned off before closing the lab

Lab Attendant


TO DO:

  • Work under supervision of Lab In-charge

  • Safety glasses, gloves, and laboratory coats are required in the laboratory when working with chemicals.

  • Always wear aprons before entering in lab.

  • Wash hands after handling chemical materials, after removing gloves, and before leaving the laboratory.

  • Wash your used glassware and clean the workstation by yourself.

  • Leather shoes, closed-toe with slip- resistant soles are recommended whenever you are working in the laboratory, even if you are just entering data.          

                                                     
 SOP For Saidla Lab

WORK ASSIGNED

RESPONSIBILITY

Procurement of equipment as per requirement of students and teachers

Lab In-charge

Redressal of grievance of student regarding lab

Lab In-charge

Monthly inspection of lab, equipment and log register

Lab In-charge

Physical verification of lab equipment annually

Lab In-charge

UG [BUMS] and PG [MD & PG Dip] practical and demonstration classes

Concerned Teacher

To make aware UG students about safety measures while using equipment

Concerned Teacher

Preparation of SOP of equipment when purchased

Lab In-charge/ STA

Maintenance of Stock and Log Register

STA

Maintenance of Equipment

STA

Procurement of raw material for practical training and demonstration of students

STA

Demonstration and training of students to prepare Unani Formulations

STA

Demonstration and training of students to process Unani drugs

STA

To make aware students about technical knowhow of instruments

STA

Demonstration and training of students to operate equipment

STA

To prepare list of drugs, glassware and equipment present in the lab

Pharmacy Attendant

Student’s grievance submission to Lab In-charge

Pharmacy Attendant

Labelling of each equipment and storage of chemicals

Pharmacy Attendant

To issue glassware and drugs to the students for practical training

Lab Attendant

Opening, closing and cleaning of lab as per schedule

Lab Attendant

Make sure that all the switches and instruments have turned off before closing the lab

Lab Attendant

Check the control knobs of gas stove and turnoff cylinder regulator before leaving the lab

Lab Attendant

TO DO:

  • Always wear Aprons before entering in lab.

  • Wash hands before leaving the laboratory.

  • Wash your used glassware and clean the workstation by yourself.

  • Leather shoes, closed-toe with slip- resistant soles are recommended whenever you are working in the laboratory, even if you are just entering data.





SOP FOR OFFICE

Working hours - 08:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m. [except Friday (08:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)]

Work Assigned

Responsibility

Collection and Submission of  keys of the Department

Office Attendant

Opening & Closing of Department

Office Attendant

Sweeping and Cleaning of the Department and washrooms

Safai wala

Dusting of Labs, Faculty Chambers, Seminar and Museum, Notice board

Attendants

Receive and Dispatch of the DAK

Clerical Staff

Proper filing and Maintenance of DAK in receive/Dispatch register

Clerical Staff

Showing DAK to the Chairperson

Clerical Staff

Distribution and circulation of DAK to the concerned office or staff

Office Attendant

Drafting and Typing of letters given by Chairperson or Faculty member

Clerical Staff

Maintenance of Staff attendance

Clerical Staff

Maintenance of monthly attendance and sessional record of students

Clerical Staff

Maintenance of Leave record of staff and PG students

Clerical Staff

Maintain and manage Department records in a well organized manner

Clerical Staff

Update Notice Board

Clerical Staff

Maintenance of Stock Register of permanent items of Department

STA/Clerical Staff

Department fund management as instruct by Chairperson

STA/Clerical Staff

Maintenance of record of Purchase of items for Department

STA/Clerical Staff

Maintenance of Office  and Lab equipments

STA

Maintenance of Department Seminar, issue and receive register of books

Clerical Staff

Organize Meetings of the Department (BOS & Different Committees)

STA/Clerical Staff

Website update

Clerical Staff

Lawn Maintenance

Gardner

Project’s Record maintenance

Clerical Staff

CME, Conferences, Workshops, Seminar’s record maintenance

STA

Maintenance of record of Seminar Presentations and Guest lectures

Clerical Staff



SOP FOR SEMINAR LIBRARY

The department seminar library having 713 books and ICT facility provides access to extensive range of information resources to enhance teaching and research.

Work Assigned

Responsibility

Selection of books for purchase as per requirement of students and teachers

Seminar In-charge

Redressal of grievance of student regarding Seminar library

Seminar In-charge

Monthly checking seminar facilities and all registers related to seminar library

Seminar In-charge

Maintenance of Catalogue

Clerical/Library Staff

Maintenance of Seminar library Accession Register

Clerical/Library Staff

Issuing and receiving of books and maintenance of daily Issue Register

Clerical/Library Staff

Maintenance of Computers

Clerical/Library Staff

Placing of books in shelves according to the call number

Clerical/Library Staff

Yearly physical verification of books

Central Library staff

Maintenance of log register of Seminar

Student's Representative

Maintenance of log register of Computers

Student's Representative

Maintenance of visitors register of Seminar

Student's Representative

Student’s grievance submission to Seminar In-charge

Student's Representative


Book Issue and Return Policy:
Book issued at a time :
Teaching: 
10 books for 01 year 
non teaching: 
04 books for 04 months
PG Students: 
04 books for 07 days
IN CASE OF LOSS OR DAMAGE OF BOOKS
Teacher or Student has to bear double the cost alongwith binding charges per book OR has to submit latest edition of the book