Saraswati Institute of Pharmaceutical...

Gandhinagar, Gandhinagar | Affiliated to Gujarat Technological University

3.5 11 reviews 0 interested

2006
established
Private
college
No
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Courses offered at SIPS
AND AVG. CUTOFF TRENDS

  • M.Pharmacy in Pharmaceutics Avg. cutoff: NA
  • M.Pharmacy in Quality Assurance Techniques Avg. cutoff: NA
  • B.Pharmacy in Bachelor of Pharmacy Avg. cutoff: NA
  • M.Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance Avg. cutoff: NA
  • M.Pharmacy in PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY Avg. cutoff: NA
SIPS CATEGORY-WISE CUTOFF TRENDS

Location, address and contact

Saraswati Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, (SIPS),
DHANAP – POST , Gandhinagar,
Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Phone: 79-23273151
Email: [email protected]
Website: http://www.sips.org.in/


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Manish Doiphode
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on Sep 1, 2016

Things are pretty aligned and systematic here; with 3 faculties allotted per subject of which 2 are senior and 1 is junior while 2 teachers take the practical sessions. The faculties are dedicated and sincere towards their job, and they teach well. Almost all the senior professors are doctors, and have teaching experience as well. In fact regarding issues with faculty, if the principal is informed about it he tries hard to resolve it. Regarding academic issues the principal is co-operative and approachable.


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siddharth pandey
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on Aug 28, 2016

The campus is pretty huge, and spaced out. Just for a single college, the campus is pretty more than what you can expect. Spread over a large piece of land just off the highway, you cannot certainly miss the college while you drive-by. The building looks modern and quite stylish with equally beautiful and well maintained lawns around in the campus. Labs are well equipped and all the apparatus and materials needed for the practical sessions are available. In case of breakage of equipment, all you have to do is make a simple written application, which will make sure the thing is replaced as soon as possible. As the classes and the laboratories, the library is also equally spacious and resourceful. The library is not air-conditioned but students do not find that as an issue. All the books are available and moreover are arranged in a very systematic fashion which makes finding them smooth. There is enough seating space also for those who prefer reading / studying in the peaceful setting of the library. Internet is accessible at the computer labs, and Wi-Fi all around the campus, but strangely Wi-Fi access on mobile phones is barred. Of course it’s free to use, but with restrictions on some website.Nothing much on the sports aspect, just that once a year, a sports week is celebrated which have cricket, Table Tennis and some other Indoor game competitions.


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Yash Gohil
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on Aug 28, 2016

As with most pharmacy colleges, the trend of companies coming in to the college for recruitment is not seen here. But maintaining a decent CPI by the end of your course can get you eligible for pool placements organized by the GTU. Companies coming for the GTU interviews are Zydus, Cadila and Torrent Pharma. But for many placements is not the consideration as they opt for higher studies abroad, whereas some pursue their masters from GTU itself. Prospects of job become brighter after post-graduation and you can get a job with an average pay f Rs.16,000.


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prakash
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on Aug 28, 2016

Located right of Himmatnagar highway, Dhanap is a small village on the very important NH-8. Not the most scenic places around and pretty far from the city; about 10 Km from Gandhinagar, and about 25-28 Km from Ahmedabad. But being on the highway accessibility to the college is not really a major issue. Although getting here might mean changing 2-3 buses for some. Ambaji and Himmatnagar side buses drop you to the college, and about 90% of the students use public transport i.e. GSRTC buses. The frequency of the ST buses is about 30 minutes or so on an average. The travel takes about an hour from Ahmedabad.


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Vaibhav Pachpute
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on Aug 28, 2016

The college does not provide for hostels, and students from other parts of the state have to manage in PG accommodations around.


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niket
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on Aug 28, 2016

The canteen is pretty small, and students are not really fond of the food there. Only packaged stuff is sold most of the times and needs to develop still. Students do not prefer eating their meals here.


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Vedant Raut
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on Aug 28, 2016

Since it’s far from both the cities, most often students prefer getting home rather than spending time and going to places. But whenever they do, they have to travel a lot. Nothing is really around to go and spend your time with friends. When traveling far is okay, student hang out at Balaji Agora Mall, there are places near the Tapovan Circle, otherwise road side eateries in sector circles of Gandhinagar are popular. And when mass bunks are planned, students call home and ask their parents to play along.


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taufiq
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on Sep 1, 2016

The crowd is mainly from the cities, with over 60% students from Ahmedabad, while the rest are from Gandhinagar and other smaller centers around. The ratio of boys to girls is about 3:2, and everyone is friendly. There’s a healthy interaction between seniors and juniors, with seniors passing over their notes and study material and are helpful. Again this applies for a majority of the crowd, and there are some exceptions too.


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Aneesh
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on Sep 1, 2016

Celebrations are regular, many festivals are celebrated by students, and days all round the year are celebrated too. The college organizes for an annual function, ‘Navratri’ and ‘Utarayan’ are also celebrated; people participate with zeal.


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Chhabria Anjali
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on Aug 28, 2016

The college insists that students maintain at least 75% attendance. Yet for those who land up at about 70% the college is okay with that, but those below 70% are fined Rs.250 per subject. And for those who cannot attend college due to genuine reasons are considered up to 60%; and detained thereafter. But generally the college doesn’t get too harsh with the students, and it’s far from being a jail. Practicals are scheduled every day, so there is no potential left for students to bunk the day, and getting out of the campus is hard.


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Harish Gujiri
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on Sep 1, 2016

If you wish to study then this college is good, the infrastructure and the faculties, both encourage you to study, or rather to learn. The campus is planned out well, and the management is pretty sorted out. Placement is an issue, but that is a case all over. Not among the most sought after colleges in Ahmedabad or Gandhinagar, but when here, things are pretty good.


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