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BSc PharmacyBSc Pharmacy
Ø Background to the program and subject area:
The curricular philosophy and model of BSc program directed the curriculum to provide knowledge, skills, abilities, attitudes and values:
1.    Participate effectively in the manufacturing of safe and effective pharmaceutical products
2.    Safe and effective dispensing of pharmaceutical products
3.    Provision of patient-centered care
The undergraduate program curriculum is designed on the basis of credit hours and pre-requisite courses. The duration of the 162 credit hours of the BSc program conventionally lasts 5 years (10 semesters).
The design and the component of the curricula follows the University design and structure where each curricula should include the following elements; a. Preparatory requirements b. University Requirements c. School Requirements d. Specialty requirements which are further divided into Mandatory and Elective Courses. 
Undergraduate degree in BSc Pharmacy is earned upon the successful completion of
(0-15) credit hrs of preparatory courses,
18 credit hrs of mandatory University requirements,
9 credit hrs elective University requirements,
31 Faculty requirement credit hours and
104 Specialty requirement credit hours.
12 credit elective Specialty requirements; the curriculum is flexible by giving the students the chance of choosing 6 elective courses in their fifth year based on their own interests.
The curriculum consists of a balanced foundational sciences including:
Biomedical sciences
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Clinical Sciences
Administrative/Social/Behavioral sciences
Professional experience, including variety of practice experiences acquired throughout the curriculum as a continuum, progressing from the introductory pharmacy practice experiences to the advanced pharmacy practice experiences, which include outreach clinical clerkship at institutional and community sites (4% of BSc)…
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Program Title
BSc
Program Code
 
Awarding Institution
The University of Jordan
Level of Study
BSc
Final Qualification
 
School
Pharmacy
Department
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Department of Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Department of Biopharmaceutics and Clinical Pharmacy
Other Department(s) involved in teaching the program
 
Mode of Attendance)e.g., full time)
Full time
Duration of the Program
5 years
Credit hours/ contact hours
162
Language of Instruction
English
No. and date of approval by the Ministry of Higher Education
Teaching started Sep 1980
No. and date of national accreditation of the program
11/05/ 2010; Decision no. 5/2011
Capacity is not determined
Program capacity of students/ year
Other accreditations of the program
International Accreditation by ACPE on June 2016
Date of production/revision
BSc: 9/June/1985. Dean Board Decision number 148/85 Date 9/6/ 1985
 
No. of current students
1162
Program Director
(name, phonenumbers& email)
Professor Amal G. Al-Bakri, 0798301938, agbakri@ju.edu.jo
 
 

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Ø Potential Careers:
Community Pharmacies
Hospitals
Pharmaceutical Industry
Pharmaceutical Marketing
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Program Intended Learning Outcomes
1] Develop, integrate, and apply knowledge from the foundational sciences (Biomedical sciences, Pharmaceutical sciences, Clinical sciences, Social/behavioral/administrative)(Learner)
2] Investigate proactively new knowledge, approaches or behavior and take steps to evaluate and improve performance (Self-learner)
3] Interpret, summarize, and present results derived experimentally or by simulation. Write a scientifically sound report of an experiment, utilizing “information technology tools” in data management and presentation (Simulated and experimental data manager)
4] Carry out compounding procedures and implement quality control measures and tests, to produce an effective and safe medicine. (Pharmaceutical Product expert)
5] Dispense, compound, store, and manage to operate a pharmacy (Pharmacy system manager)
6] Identify problems; explore and prioritize potential strategies; and design, implement, and evaluate a viable solution (Problem solving and critical thinking)
7] Communicate effectively with patients, caregivers, pharmacy personnel, other health care professionals, community members, policy makers and administrators (Communicator)
8] Provide patient-centered care as the medication expert (Care giver)
9] Exhibit behaviors and values that are consistent with the trust given to the profession by patients (Professional)
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Learning process methods:
·         lectures,
·         presentations,
·         Homework and assignments
·         Oral discussions
·         Role play
·         Blended learning
·         Field training
·         Hospital training
·         experimental studies
 
Learning skills:
·         Critical thinking,
·         Scientific reasoning,
·         Communication skills,
·         Problem-solving skills,
·         Team and group working,
·         Self-directed learning,  and
·         Digital literacy.
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Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes are provided through the following assessment methods:
At the level of
Presentations, assignments/homework, midterm exam, final exam, quizzes, projects, patient counselling, oral discussion
OSCE
Performance based assessment of practical skills,
Competency based assessment of field training
Qualifying  exam held by the Higher Education Accreditation Commission
The training exam by the JPA
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Opportunities to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes are provided through the following assessment methods:

At the level of
Presentations, assignments/homework, midterm exam, final exam, quizzes, projects, patient counselling, oral discussion
OSCE
Performance based assessment of practical skills,
Competency based assessment of field training
Qualifying  exam held by the Higher Education Accreditation Commission
The training exam by the JPA
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Ø Field Experience
·         The actual practice experiences include direct interaction with diverse patient populations in a variety of practice set. BSc students should provide evidence of at least 1440 hours of actual training in community pharmacy or hospital pharmacy that matches requirements from most Faculties of pharmacy abroad. This field training is under the auspices of Jordan Pharmacist Association. This is a requirement for licensing by Jordanian Pharmacist Association (JPA) and Ministry of Health.
·          
·          
·         The School of Pharmacy mandates that 480 hours of field training be under its direct supervision through the Assistant Dean for Training as part of Pharmaceutical Field Training I and II. 1. For “Pharmaceutical Field Training I” [2 credit hours, third year level] and “Pharmaceutical Field Training II” [2 credit hours, fourth year level] (1200401 and 1200402), students are trained by working licensed pharmacists.
·          
·         The Pharmaceutical Field Training I course is a 16-week didactic training program over one academic semester. This course consists of 240 hours of externship in community pharmacy setting. Ideally, student should enroll in this course in the summer following the third professional year. Community pharmacies throughout Jordan are used as training sites for this actual pharmacy practice experience. At the end of this course, students are supposed to be familiar with the trade name and uses of most commonly prescribed medications in Jordan. Students are also supposed to know the drug store and the manufacturers of these medications. Knowledge of the trade name, drug store, and manufacturers is essential for the practice of community pharmacist. The principal objective of this course is to familiarize students with fundamentals of pharmacy practice in community setting.
·          
·         The Pharmaceutical Field Training II course is a 16-week didactic training program over one academic semester. This course consists of 240 hours of externship in hospital pharmacy setting. Ideally, students should enroll in this course in the summer following the fourth professional year. Hospital pharmacies throughout Jordan are used as training sites for this actual pharmacy practice experience. Other available training sites include, “Drug Information center”, Jordan Food and Drug Administration” known as JFDA or Pharmaceutical Industry Institutions. The principal objective of this course is to familiarize students with fundamentals of pharmacy practice in hospital setting. Successful completion of the course should lead to the following outcomes
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Project/research
1. Obligatory university requirement
a. Learning and research skills 3 credit hour
b. Introduction to philosophy and critical thinking (Obligatory university requirement) 3 credit hour
 
2. Electives
a. Seminar in pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology: 1 credit hour
b. Seminar in biopharmaceutics and clinical pharmacy: 1 credit hour
c. Seminar in pharmaceutical sciences: 1 credit hour
 
Aims of the Seminar course are:
1.    Develop skills of performing literature review and extraction of information from scientific articles.
2.    Provide the students with an opportunity to integrate and apply the multiple components of their knowledge of basic pharmaceutical science to prepare a mini review with all its structural components.
3.    Develop students' presentation skills and encourage them to think critically.
 
Learning skills:
 
1.    Scientific writing
2.    Presentation skills
3.    Communication skills
4.    Critical thinking
5.    Scientific reasoning
 
Evaluation Methods
1.    Report
2.    Presentation
3.    Discussion
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Course Name
Learner
Caregiver
Pharmacy System Manager
Health Promoter
Educator
Pharmaceutical Product Expert
Simulated/Experimental Data Manager
Problem Solving and Critical Thinking
Professional
Self-learner
Communicator
Pharmaceutical field training (2)
No
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Pharmaceutical field training (1)
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Seminar in pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Seminar in pharmaceutical sciences
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Seminar in Biopharmaceutics and clinical pharmacy
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Selected Topics in Physical Pharmacy        
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Selected topics in pharmaceutical microbiology
Yes
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Selected topics in clinical toxicology
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Poisonous and hallucinogenic plants
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Pharmacology (2)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Pharmaceutical radioisotopes
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Pharmaceutical Microbiology (2)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Pharmaceutical microbiology (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Pharmaceutical marketing and promotion (2)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Pharmaceutical intellectual property
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Pharmaceutical biotechnology
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Parapharmaceuticals
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Cosmetics science
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Applied chromatography
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Toxicology
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Therapeutics (2)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Therapeutics (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Physiology for  Pharmacy (2)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Physiology for  Pharmacy (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Physicochemical principles of pharmacy
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Physical pharmacy
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmacy regulations and ethics
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Pharmacology (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmacokinetics
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmacognosy
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmacoeconomics
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical technology-practical (1)
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical technology (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical Statistics
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical promotion and marketing (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical organic chemistry-practical
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical Microbiology -practical
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical instrumental analysis-practical
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical instrumental analysis
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical chemical analysis – Practical
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical chemical analysis
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical calculations and compounding-practical
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical calculations and compounding
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pathophysiology for Pharmacy
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pathology for Pharmacy
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Nonprescription drugs
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Medicinal Chemistry (3)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Medicinal chemistry (2)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Medicinal Chemistry (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Ethics And Skills Of University Life
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
Computer (2)
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Case studies in pharmacokinetics
No
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
No
No
No
No
Biopharmaceutics
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Biochemistry-practical
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Biochemistry (2)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Biochemistry (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmacognosy- practical
No
No
No
No
No
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical organic chemistry (1)
Yes
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
No
Clinical Pharmacy- Practice
Yes
Yes
No
NA
NA
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Selected Topics in Phytochemistry
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Selected Topics in Pharmaceutical Technology
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
No
Phytochemistry (2)
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
No
No
No
No
No
No
Phytochemistry (1)
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
No
No
No
No
No
No
Phytochemical Analysis practical
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Phytochemical Analysis
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
No
No
No
No
No
No
Physical pharmacy practical
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical Technology practical (2)
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical Technology (2)
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
No
No
No
No
No
No
Pharmaceutical Clinical  Biochemistry
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
No
No
No
No
No
No
Medicinal Chemistry practical
Yes
No
No
NA
NA
Yes
Yes
No
No
No
No
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Facilities and laboratories(include name of lab, its area and student’s capacity):
 
Ø Laboratory
13 Laboratories Scientific Disciplines With An 100`M Each Laboratory
10 Research Laboratories With An 100`M Each Laboratory
Ø Academics Staff Offices
66 Office With An 9`M Each Office
Ø Amphitheater
One - For Activities & Events
72 Seat- An Audio System And Data Show
Ø Temple
Female And Male Temple
Ø Toilets
6 Water Toilets For Males & 15 Toilets For Females
Ø Health Stripes Kohler
11 Kohlers
Ø Appliances, Equipment And Teaching Aids
  • Personal Computers 151 Device
  • Devices Slideshow 68 Device
  • Vcrs And TV For The Purpose Of Teaching 1 Device
  • Survey Overhead Projector 19 Device
  • Printers  69 Printer
  • White Board 13 unit
  • A Display Device 16 Device
  • Internet Service Wi-Fi
Laboratories
Seats
Pharmaceutical Technology lab
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics lab 1
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics lab 2
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics lab 3
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics lab 4
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Biochemistry Lab
Biopharmaceutics and Clinical Pharmacy
Pharmacology Lab
Biopharmaceutics and Clinical Pharmacy
Pharmacognosy lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Phytochemistry Lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmaceutical Instrumental Analysis lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmaceutical analytical Chemistry lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Medicinal Chemistry lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
NMR lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Biopharmaceutics and Clinical Pharmacy research Lab
Biopharmaceutics and Clinical Pharmacy
Phytochemistry Research Lab
Pharmaceutical sciences
Pharmaceutical Chemistry research Lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Phytochemistry research Lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Medicinal and Phytochemistry Research Lab
Pharmaceutical sciences
Pharmaceutical Analysis research lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Computer Aided Drug Design Lab
Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology Research Lab 1
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology Research Lab 2
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Instruments Lab
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
Pharmaceutical Microbiology research Lab
Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology
 
Classroom
Number of seats
Abu Dahab
50
Dar Al-Dawa
76
Hayat
72
Hikma
72
Husam Nimer
50
JoSwe
72
JPM
96
Mid Pharma
72
Mohammad Hammad
72
Pharmacy One
72
Rawhi Kilani
76
Walid Jamous
76
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Name
Position
Qualification
Mr. Fares Al Adwan
Administration Office
BSc
Mr. Abdassalam Al Shoubaky
QA Officer
BSc
Administrative
BSc
Mrs. Leema Ahmad
Secretary
High school
Secretary
Diploma
Mrs. Lubna Barakat
Secretary
High school
Mrs. Maysoon Ata
Secretary
Diploma
Ms. Sawsan Dwaik
Secretary
BSc
Mr. Eyad Al Omari
Laboratory Technician
MSc
Mr. Ismail Abaza
Laboratory Technician
Diploma
Ms. Suzan Ja'fari
Laboratory Technician
BSc
Ph. Zahra Suleiman
Laboratory Technician
BSc
Mr. Luai Allan
Laboratory Technician
Diploma
Ms. Rula Abu Istaiteh
Laboratory Technician
Diploma
Mr. OmranArabiyat
Laboratory Technician
Diploma
Laboratory Technician
BSc
Laboratory Technician
Diploma
Laboratory Technician
BSc
Lab Supervisor
BSc
Lab Supervisor
BSc
Lab Supervisor
BSc
Maintenance Supervisor
less than High school
Storekeeper
BSc
Mr. Mohammad Al Mahrooq
Assistant of  Storekeeper
BSc
Mr. TareqDadas
Assistant of  Storekeeper
Diploma
Mr. Maher Al Zoubi
An office worker
High school
Mr. Ibrahem Al Hiari
An office worker
High school
Mr. Mohammad Abu Rabea
An office worker
less than High school
Mr. Mohammad Habashin
Photocopying
less than High school
Clerk
less than High school
Clerk
less than High school
Clerk
less than High school
Clerk
less than High school
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Ø Tools and equipment:

Equipment
Model and manufacturer
Serial #
Location
Ultrasonic Bath 1
Bandilin Sonorex / RK-156
30500019902009
211
Ultrasonic Bath 2
 
 
211
Microwave
Sanyo/ EMX670W
91302744
211
Flask (Wrist Action) Shaker
Stuart/SF1
R000101375
211
Propeller Mixer
Honda
 
211
kneader
Home Electronic
 
211
Propeller Mixer
Janke kunkel/ RE16
215203
211
Homogenizer
IKAT18  basic
10.014018
211
Centrifuge
Centurion
 
211
Dissolution tester
Erweka / DT 600 HH
115249057D
211
Dissolution tester
Copley DIS 6000
 
211
UV-VIS spectrophotometer
Spectroscan 80 D
 
211
pH Meter
HANNA / pH 211
 
211
Hot Plate / Magnetic Stirrer 1
Jenway 1000
10913
211
Hot Plate / Magnetic Stirrer2
Ikamag
 
211
Multi (3) Hot Plate / Magnetic Stirrer 1
SBS/ACM 11803
8545/0000006
211
Multi (3) Hot Plate / Magnetic Stirrer2
SBS/ACM 11803
8545/0000005
211
Dissolution tester
Erweka/ DT6R
56440
211
Heater – Chiller – Circulator
Polyscience
G41662
211
Heater Circulator (With Bath) 1
Haake D8
804140
211
Multistirrer
Lab line instruments 1286-1
11010502
211
Heater Circulator (With Bath) 2
hake d8
850171
211
Vankel dissolution test
Vankel vk 7000
1/63720802
211
Hydraulic Press
Carver 3851-0
43000-1230
211
Fraction Collector
Varian/ VK8000
2526141105
211
Drying Oven
Philip Harris
 
211
Drying Oven
9246A, DHG
707634
211
Water Bath
Heto/SBD50 BIO
471588-H
211
Water Bath
Termolab/HS 101
3/4906
211
Centrifuge
LAB FUGE HERAEUS/1620
00099493
211
Heating Mantle
EMA0500/CE HK4 elecromantle
10044977
211
Shaking Incubator
Lab Tech DAIHAN / LSI-3016A
07071104
211
Balance
ADAM/AQT200
AE30516073
211
Analytical Balance
BECO BAS31
383607/13
211
Desiccator
 
 
211
Lab cold freezer
RLVF04202
BK6AR0024
211
Uv Vis double beam spectrophotometer
SPUV6
056500410
211
Electrolyte conductance meter
Inolab/condlevel1
01490008
211
Balance
Ohaus Harvard Trip
AF 15790
215
Refrigerated centrifuge
Sigma 3-18k
127509
215
Centrifuge
Centurion
11597-2
215
UV Plate Reader
Zenyth 200, Biochrom
502538
215
Water bath
Wb14, Mammert
1405.1351
215
Refrigerator
Haier
 
215
Liquid Nitrogen container
LS 750 Taylor Wharton
153763
215
CO2 Incubator
2100, VWR
 
215
CO2 Incubator
Binder
 
215
Vertical Laminar Flow Cabinet
Esco
Eqrigl -23
215
Refrigerator
Daewoo
 
215
Holten Laminar Flow Cabinet
HH48
047781
215
KotterMann Laminar Flow Cabinet
8581
494035
215
Water Bath
WNB14, Mammert
L410.1987
218
HPLC – Backman with UV Detector
 
 
218
Digital Plesithmometer
LE-7500, Panlab Harvard Apparatus
884610
218
HPLC System:
Smartline: Pump 1000, Manager 5000, UV Detector 2500, Knauer
 
218
HPLC System:
Smartline: Pump 1000, Manager 5000, UV Detector 2500, Knauer
 
218
Fluorescence HPLC Monitor
Knauer – Shimadzu, RF-10XL
C209545
218
Balance
OHAUS- Precision Plus
1435
218
UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
53 WBI UV/Vis
 
218
Tip Sonicator
Hielscher – UP200 – Hts
350112200
218
Flask Shaker
SF1-Stuart
2000101372
218
Real Time PCR
Multicolor Real Time PCR D.S.
582BR016386
218
Cyflow Space – Flowcytometer
Partec
Cy-s-3001 RED25-6P
218
GE Didital Energy UPS
 
 
218
Rotavapor
Laborota 4000, Heidolph
050612133
218
Eliza Plate Reader
Biotek-E800
208127
218
Water Purification System
Boeco Pure
50136989
218
Water Purification System
Younglin Aqua Max Basic 360
3811481
218
Water Bath
Clifton NE4-14P
79082
218
Autoclave
Ambala Cantt 133001
 
218
Dry Temp. Incubator
IN-010, KGemmyco
806007
218
Heating Drying Oven
9246A, DHG
L702692
218
Stability Chamber
Binder
MD-78532
218
Colloid Mill
MZ50, Fryma-Maschinen AG
L11777
218
Magnetic Stirrer
Colorsquid, IKA
03.187222
218
Computer HP with Screen
HP
VECTRA-VE18.P111550
218
Refrigerator
Gallery, Frigidaire
 
218
Rheometer
MCR 301 / ANTOON PAAR
894791
223
WATER BATH
VISCOTHERMVT 2
 
223
Air compressor
junair
603169
223
Multi sizer coulter counter
 
 
223
FT-IR
8400/SHIMADZU
A21014200865
223
PORE MASTER
Quantachrome instruments \ p146013
13707101901
223
Vacume pump
DFEiffer / duo2.5
Pk D41050 c
223
Vacume oven
JEIO tech / ov- 12
5030070
223
Vacume pump
Woosung/ mvp6
 
223
Pycnometer
Ultra pyncometer 1000/ quanachrome
12207101901
223
Vacume pump
Pfeitter duo 2.5
21228544
223
Water bath
Julaba F-25
R134A
223
Water bath
WNB 14/ memmert
605291p-20
223
Moisture meter
GR scientific / cou- loa aquamax
71267
223
Hotstage microscope
olympus
6g26268
223
Heater
Instec / hs400 stc 204
CADR 48DS569315
223
Moisture balance analyzer
AMB310 / ae ADAM
AEX26441
223
IR
BURKRER / ALPHA
102242
223
TENSIOMETER
K100 MK2/ RUSS
20016604
223
VACUME PUMP  high pressure homogenizer
 
31184601
223
Vacuum freeze dryer
FDE0385/ENBI
504
223
DSC
METTLER
 
223
51000 THERMAL cycler
Bio – rad/ 51000
 
223
microscope
Nikon /ts 100
 
223
Bio RDA
BIORAD
187 BR
223
THERMAL CYCLER
DTC-100/ MJ Research SVS 32-H
737983
223
Microplate reader
Elx 800 uv bio-tex
 
223
TGA
SDTA851/ METTLER
2-43-05-09832
223
Autoclave
Hirayama/Newclave
8.41E+08
225
Autoclave
Rayapa
18647
225
Biological safety cabinet class II
ESCO/Air stream Model AC2-4E
2011-63866
225
Fluorescence microscope
Nikon/Eclipse TS 100
10749
225
Gel dryer
BioRad/ Model 583
187BR11798
225
Incubator
WTB Binder
920064
225
Incubator
Selecta P
487389
225
Incubator
Isco pbi /micra 9
32041-P5L
225
Microcentrifuge
Sigma
108630
225
Microplate reader
Instrument Bio –Tek Inc/E1x800 UV
185688
225
Microwave
Panasonic/ NN-S T342W
N/A
225
Oil vacuum pump
WooSung  Automa
20103
225
Optical microscope
Labo America/Labomed CXL
5106396
225
Oven
DC 250
41J112
225
PCR
BioRad/Thermocycler  1000
SC006636
225
PCR
MJ Research/Thermocycler PTC-100
25687
225
Plate shaker
Boekel/The Jitterbug
2204-1543
225
Power source
PVM/DDR plasma driver
N/A
225
Refrigerator
Samsung/ 54
43774DBCA00077K
225
Refrigerator
Beko
7.26E+09
225
Refrigerator
LG/GR-T392GP
T392P020600203
225
Shaking incubator
Daiki Scientific/ DK- SI 010
N/A
225
Shaking incubator
Vision/VS-8480TSI
E24371ME0001
225
Spiral plater
Interscience/DS+
0606INTER3043
225
Stabilizer
Watford control
737983
225
Steam bath
Thermo lab Industries/ TLI
May-06
225
Top pan balance (0.1-000g)
Kern /440-47N
WC04238507
225
Vortex mixter
Vision Scientific
N/A
225
Zone reader
PbI ReadBiotic
26271
225
Hot plate
Heidolph MR 3001
701152096
112
Oven
DC-250
J113
112
Hot plate
VWR
100824002
112
Hot plate
AREC
 
112
Balance
Sartorius Analytic A120S
38060023
112
Hot plate
Vision KMC130SH
 
112
Hot plate
Svision
 
112
UV-Fluorescence analysis cabinet
CX-20
 
112
Vacuum oven
GallenKamp
 
112
Chiller
Julabo F18/6
4449446657
112
Rotavapor
Buchi R200
607244010001
112
Vaccum pump
Vacubrand 9
31184603
112
Microwave synthetic reactor
Anton Paar Monowave 300
8086798
112
Hot plate
Vision KMC 130SH
 
112
Hot plate
Stuart CB162
 
112
Hot plate
Stuart CB162
 
112
Water bath
GFL D3006
1091789H
118
Hot plate
JenWay 1000
 
118
Hot plate
IKAMAG RCT
 
118
Chiller
LAUDA RA12
LCK1908140045
118
Rotavapor
Heidolph MR 3001
60611761
118
Oven
Naber N7/H
66341
118
Rotavapor
Buchi 461
1109075
118
HPLC + Acer PC
Thermo Scientific
30217 UV-1000
118
Sonicator
Rocker
TITK 016
118
Analytical balance
Shimadzu AW 120
D432210327
118
UV-Vis spectrometer + Acer PC
Labomed Inc
4152
118
HPLC + HP PC
Shimadzu LC 20AT
L20224809665CD
118
Vaccum pump
TelStar Top 3
A0027-04
118
UV-Fluorescence analysis cabinet
CX-20
 
118
Balance
Mettler PJ400
J22210
103
Hot plate
SBS ACM-11803
8545/0000002
103
Waterbath
GFL 1002
10688295F
103
Freez Dryer
Telstar Crvodos
1118
103
Vaccum pump
Varian DS 102
305473-2004
103
Aggregometer
Chrono-Log
 
103
Rotavapor
Heidolph Laborota 4000
51701002-002
103
Vaccum pump
KNF Neuburger
79302
103
Vaccum pump
Vacubrand
18661914-95
103
Chiller
Julabo F18/6
4449446656
103
Rotavapor
HP4 basic IKA lab.
239976
103
Rotavapor
Heidolph Laborota 4000
60409050
103
Water bath
GFL
 
103
Rotavapor
Buchi R-114
10005735
103
Centrifuge
Medfuge Heraeus Sepatech
 
103
Heating Mantel
Elctromantel MA
 
103
Oven champer
 
 
123
Heating mantel
MA-Electromantel
10044976
123
Rotavapor
Buchii RII
 
123
Vaccum pump
Buchi V-700
 
123
Water bath
Julabo F18/6
 
123
UV Vis spectrometer
Caryb 1E
 
123
Focus GC
Thermoscientific
11002078
123
Incubator
Nuve EN500
 
123
Elemental analysis
Euro EA Eurovector 7420
 
123
Micro balance
Sartorius
14305504
123
UV Vis spectrometer
UVKON 810
21-2987
123
Distilator
GFL 2001/4
10911807
123
Waterbath
memmert
1405-1352
123
Rotavapor
Buchi R110
 
123
Vaccum pump
Plender Caccubrand
18661910
123
Chiller
ProfiColl
 
123
HPLC
Waters 2487
B00487
123
Balance
Shimadzu AY120
D432712142
115
light Microscope
Carl Zeiss
 
115
Vortex
VM-300P
101225
115
UV lamp champer
EEC CN-6
V016548
115
HPLC
Thermo Scientific Surveyor
 
115
HPLC Sykam S 2100
 
 
115
Roll Mixer
 
 
115
Hotplate
Wisestiar MSM20A
80922006
115
pH meter
Hanna 211
 
115
Melting point apparatus
SNP3 Stuart
 
115
Water bath
Rocker
TITK 018
115
Vaccum pump
Vaccubrand
38376815
115
Ultrapure water system
Direct Q SUV
F4DA25939
115
Incubator
MS major science
 
115
UV-microplate reader
Buiteck
14093019
115
Water bath
GFL
10691095E
129
HPLC
Agilent CE
DE01602729
129
HPLC
La Chrom L7400
1042-107
129
Hot plate
AREC VELP
 
129
Water bath
Clifton
76216
129
Vortex
Dragon lab
 
129
Balance
KERN PCB
WD110007656
129
Autoclave
Korea vision
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Liquid Filling machine
King England
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Laminar flow
Kottermann
8581
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Oven binder 7200      
 
84037
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Water Bath
GF
10405489
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Water Bath
GF
10405789
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Water Bath
GF
10404989
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Water Bath
GF
10405589
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Analytical Balance
JTB 2003
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Orbital Shaking Incubator
SI so Britain
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Microscope
Bosch and Lamp
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Autoclave Protable
Express
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
PH meter
Hana 211
677783
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Seives shaker eletromangnatic cisa
Spain 532 Rp 200n
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Uv spectrophotometer
Thermafisher
269N363002
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
12 MM Pettes IR analysis
 
 
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Dissolution Tester
Copley
21706
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Stirring motor
Honda India
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Stampf volumeter stav 2003
Jengelsmann
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Hardness tablet Tester
ERWEKA Germany
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Shaker Bottles 141962 IKA-werk. Laboratory supply company11man
ERWEKA Head GMBH Germany
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Sieves Shaker FRITSCH
FRITSCH Germany
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Metler Instrumaent
FRITSCH Germany
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Metler Instrumant A B Balance CH-8600
greifensee-Germany
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Analytical Balance
JT 2003 B
 
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Seives Shaker
Italy C.Mtrois
86030488
Teaching Labs / 2nd Floor
Disintegration Tester
ERWEKA Germany
53342