Tuesday, 5 April 2016

NIPER fails to make in National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) ranking

The rankings announced by the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) has brought cheer to  several Pharmacy Institutions in the country. However; NIPER failed to make entry in the list, it has also raised concerns over the quality of education at NIPER. 

Academicians are using the findings of the survey to criticize the deteriorating academic atmosphere at NIPER, which is intensified by rampant corruption in the top level and is encouraged by the  bureaucracy. 


Corruption is rooted into the academic set up, which starts from the selection of director to entry level staff.Several court cases are pending and a case of  corruption has been registered by CBI against officials of National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) CBI sources  said eight officials of the Mohali-based autonomous institute under the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilisers, including present officiating Director, former Director and other senior officials have been named by the agency in the FIR.



Rank Institution State Score

Manipal College Of Pharmaceutical Sciences-Manipal

1 MANIPAL  Karnataka  77.87

University Institute Of Pharmaceutical Sciences-Chandigarh

2 CHANDIGARH  Chandigarh  77.1

Jamia Hamdard

3 NEW DELHI  Delhi  71.38

Poona College Of Pharmacy, Erandwane, Pune-Pune

4 PUNE  Maharashtra  70.92

Institute Of Pharmacy, Nirma University

5 Ahmedabad  Gujarat  69.76

Bombay College Of Pharmacy-Mumbai

6 MUMBAI  Maharashtra  69.48

Birla Institute Of Technology

7 RANCHI  Jharkhand  67

Amrita School Of Pharmacy

8 KOCHI  Kerala  66.09

Jss College Of Pharmacy

9 OOTACAMUND  Tamil Nadu  63.29

Jss College Of Pharmacy

10 MYSORE  Karnataka  63.21

Psg College Of Pharmacy

11 COIMBATORE  Tamil Nadu  61.3

L. M. College Of Pharmacy

12 AHMEDABAD  Gujarat  60.56

Al Ameen College Of Pharmacy

13 BANGALORE  Karnataka  59.67

R. C. Patel Institute Of Pharmaceutical Education & Research

14 SHIRPUR  Maharashtra  57.25

Taradevi Rampure Institute Of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 

15 GULBARGA  Karnataka  56.31

University College Of Pharmaceutical Sciences

16 WARANGAL  Telangana  56.17

Chitkara College Of Pharmacy,-Rajpura

17 RAJPURA  Punjab  56.11

N.G.S.M.Institute Of Pharmaceutical Sciences-Mangalore

18 MANGALORE  Karnataka  55.26

School Of Pharmacy-Solan

19 SOLAN  Himachal Pradesh  55.17

Raghavendra Institute Of Pharmaceuatical Education & Research 
20 ANANTAPUR  Andhra Pradesh  55.05

S.E.T's College Of Pharmacy

21 DHARWAD  Karnataka  54.96

University Institute Of Pharmacy

22 RAIPUR  Chhattisgarh  54.83

Goa College Of Pharmacy-Panaji

23 PANAJI  Goa  54.46

Institute Of Pharmaceutical Education And Research

24 SHIRPUR  Maharashtra  54.18

Bharati Vidyapeeth College Of Pharmacy, Kolhapur-Kolhapur

25 KOLHAPUR  Maharashtra  53.97

Sree Siddaganga College Of Pharmacy

26 TUMKUR  Karnataka  53.94

Periyar College Of Pharmaceuitcal Sciences-Tiruchirappalli

27 TIRUCHIRAPPALLI  Tamil Nadu  53.17

Mvp Samaj`s College Of Pharmacy, Nashik-Nashik

28 NASHIK  Maharashtra  53.16

Raj Kumar Goel Institute Of Technology (Pharmacy)

29 GHAZIABAD  Uttar Pradesh  52.75

Sinhgad Institute Of Pharmacy-Pune

30 PUNE  Maharashtra  52.74

Smt. Slt Institute Of Phrmaceutical Sciences

31 BILASPUR  Chhattisgarh  52.37

Nandha College Of Pharmacy-Erode

32 ERODE  Tamil Nadu  52.35

Aissms College Of Pharmacy

33 PUNE  Maharashtra  52.17

A.R.College Of Pharmacy & G.H.Patel Institute Of Pharmacy

34 ANAND  Gujarat  52.11

Vinyaka Mission`s College Of Pharmacy-Kondappanaikenpatty
35 KONDAPPANAIKENPATTY  Tamil Nadu  51.43

Department Of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dibrugarh University
36 DIBRUGARH  Assam  51.41

Maliba Pharmacy College

37 TARSADI  Gujarat  51.19

N.E.T Pharmacy College.

38 RAICHUR  Karnataka  50.54

Shri Vishnu College Of Pharmacy-Bhimavaram

39 BHIMAVARAM  Andhra Pradesh  50.36

Shri G.S. Institute Of Tech. & Science, Indore (M.P.)

40 INDORE  Madhya Pradesh  50.22

Mallige College Of Pharmacy

41 BANGALORE  Karnataka  49.93

Acharya & B M Reddy College Of Pharmacy-Bangalore

42 BANGALORE  Karnataka  49.92

Maratha Mandal`s College Of Pharmacy-Belgaum

43 BELGAUM  Karnataka  49.83

B. R. Nahata College Of Pharmacy-Mandsaur

44 MANDSAUR  Madhya Pradesh  49.67

J.K.K.Nattraja College Of Pharmacy

45 KOMARAPALAYAM  Tamil Nadu  49.56

Sinhgad College Of Pharmacy

46 PUNE  Maharashtra  48.89

Shree Dhanvantary Pharmacy College-Surat

47 SURAT  Gujarat  48.81

Kle College Of Pharmacy-Bangalore

48 BANGALORE  Karnataka  48.69

Seemanta Institute Of Pharmaceutical Sciences

49 BARIPADA  Odisha  48.15

College Of Pharmacy, Madras Medical College

50 CHENNAI  Tamil Nadu  48

Tuesday, 29 March 2016

Decision Reserved

CWP-12264-2015     
DR.PARIKSHIT BANSAL V/S DR. K. K .BHUTANI & OTHERS     
RESERVED

Reserved decision is a legal term. After the hearing of a trial or the argument of a motion a judge might not immediately deliver a decision, but instead take time to review evidence and the law and deliver a decision at a later time, usually in a written form.

It is a more thought out decision compared to ex tempore where a judge hands down a decision of a case soon or right after a hearing.

Retirement age of NIPER employees

Under the NIPER Statutes approved by Visitor (President of India) and published in Gazette on 30-10-2003, appointments at NIPER were restricted only by time (5 years) and not by age (age of retirement from contract not mentioned). 

Decision of NIPER (Society) BOG to enhance retirement age (from contract) from 60 to 62 years in 21st Meeting of BOG held on 9-2-1999 was already rendered NULL AND VOID after passing of the NIPER Act on 26-06-1998 and publication of  NIPER Statutes on 30-10-2003. 

Statutes were made by BOG with previous approval of Visitor and duly published in Gazette and specifically restricted ‘contractual appointment’ at NIPER only by time (5 years), removing the clause of age (62 years).

Contractual System of Appointments at NIPER is abolished vide Gazette notification dated 7-7-2014: Appointments to be made on regular basis instead of contractual 

Existing employees to be regularized only after review as per clause 6.2 reproduced below:

“ 6.2 A high level Committee may be constituted with the approval of NIPER, Mohali, including an officer not below the rank of Joint Secretary from the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers (Department of Pharmaceuticals) which will examine and recommend the regularization of existing contractual employees taking into account, inter-alia, the following criteria:

i) whether a regular method of recruitment was followed in a fair and transparent manner while appointing the existing contractual employee;

(ii) whether his or her past performance and the service record have been found satisfactory;

(iii) whether he or she fulfilled the qualification provided for that particular post at the time of his or her appointment on which he or she is being considered for regularisation.