KU Pharmaceutical Sciences Department organizes day long National Workshop on HPTLC in collaboration with ANCHROM India

 Srinagar, February 22:(KNS) The Pharmaceutical Sciences Department of Kashmir University today in collaboration with ANCHROM India organized a One Day Technical Workshop with a Live Demo on “HPTLC: Technique & Applications” as a part of Pharmacy-UoK Workshop Series 2022.

The ANCHROM is the official distributor of CAMAG, Switzerland, and manages CAMAG’s India- specific HPTLC Application Research Laboratory for the support of researchers across the country. 


The postgraduate and doctoral students and teaching faculty of various sciences departments (pharmacy, engineering, medical sciences, pure and applied science) of this university, and other institutes of the country and abroad had registered for this workshop to get familiarized with the latest on this important analytical technique used in scientific research and development. 
The ANCHROM team for the workshop comprised of Co-host Ms. Ankita, Mr. Mohit Upadhyay (Resource person for the workshop), and Ms. Sneha Singh who gave the hands-on demonstration on the CAMAG HPTLC instrument.
The Registrar, Dr. Nisar Ahmad Mir during his remarks as a Chief Guest highlighted the need and importance of such scientific and technical workshops for the researcher community of this university and other sister universities of the region. On behalf of the University, he expressed gratitude to ANCHROM for collaborating with the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the interest of the students, scholars, and teaching faculty of this University.
Prof. Mubashir Hussain Masoodi, HoD, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
and co-organizer of the workshop during the opening remarks presented a brief technical note on the benefits and vast application domain HPTLC in research
and development.
He also briefly outlined the academic and research profile of the department and informed about the technical and R&D collaborations with various national and international industries and research institutes. Prof. Mubashir appreciated the collaboration from ANCHROM and thanked all the participants of the workshop.(KNS) 

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