Grants Received

Dr.K.Vijaya Sri, Course Director

Department of Biotechnology (DBT) under Government of India – Sponsored Short-Term Training Course (STTC) (15 days- June 10- June 22, 2019)

Title: Pharma Innovations for Better Perspective in Healthcare 2019.

Grant amount-3.90 Lakhs


Dr.K.Vijaya Sri, Course Director

Department of Biotechnology (DBT) under Government of India – Sponsored Short-Term Training Course (STTC) (15 days Nov 21-Dec 3,2016)

Title: Innovative Concepts and New Dimensions in Pharmaceutical Sciences ICDNP -2016 

 Grant amount – 2.44 Lakhs


Dr. K. Kishore Kumar, Reseach Director

Science and Engineering Research Board – Sponsored Research Project – (2012-2015)

Title: Application and characterization of novel bio sportive matrix for bioremediation of pharmaceutical and industrial wastewater.

Grant amount – 12.05 Lakhs


Securing grants for a pharmaceutical college can support research, infrastructure development, faculty training, and other initiatives. Grants are typically offered by government agencies, private foundations, non-profit organizations, and industry partners. To find and apply for grants, consider the following steps:

  1. Identify Funding Opportunities:

    • Explore government agencies, private foundations, and industry associations that offer grants for pharmaceutical education and research.
    • Check websites of funding organizations, subscribe to grant databases, and stay updated on grant announcements.
  2. Specify the Purpose:

    • Clearly define the purpose for which you are seeking a grant. Whether it’s for research projects, infrastructure development, faculty training, or student scholarships, having a specific goal will guide your search.
  3. Review Eligibility Criteria:

    • Carefully review the eligibility criteria for each grant opportunity. Ensure that your pharmaceutical college meets the requirements outlined by the funding organization.
  4. Develop a Strong Proposal:

    • Craft a compelling grant proposal that clearly articulates your objectives, methodology, expected outcomes, and the impact of the project on pharmaceutical education or research.
    • Highlight the significance of the project and how it aligns with the priorities of the funding organization.
  5. Collaborate and Network:

    • Collaborate with other institutions, industry partners, or research organizations to strengthen your grant application.
    • Networking with professionals in the field may provide insights into potential funding opportunities.
  6. Use Online Grant Databases:

    • Utilize online grant databases and platforms that aggregate information about available grants. Some platforms allow you to search for grants based on specific criteria.
  7. Government Grant Programs:

    • Explore grant programs offered by government agencies related to education, research, and healthcare. Government grants are often available through departments of education, health, or research and development.
  8. Private Foundations:

    • Research private foundations that support education and research in the pharmaceutical field. Foundations often have specific areas of interest and criteria for awarding grants.
  9. Industry Collaboration:

    • Investigate opportunities for collaboration with pharmaceutical companies. Some industry partners may provide grants or funding for research projects aligned with their interests.
  10. Stay Informed:

    • Regularly check the websites of funding organizations, subscribe to newsletters, and attend workshops or conferences where grant opportunities may be announced.
  11. Grant Writing Assistance:

    • If needed, consider seeking assistance from professionals experienced in grant writing. Some institutions or consultants specialize in preparing grant proposals.

Remember that competition for grants can be intense, so it’s crucial to thoroughly research each opportunity and submit a well-prepared and competitive proposal. Additionally, adhere to all application guidelines and deadlines specified by the funding organizations.