Museum provides learning situations, quite different from those provided by formal educational institutions like schools.

  • It provides free choice learning situations devoid of verbal instructions, assessment and other types of controls
  • Learning in museums is a spontaneous process
  • Museum provide open communication of ideas, concepts and information involving exploration and discovery, and
  • Class rooms are home for 3R’s: Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic, where as museums are home for 3A’s: the authentic, the aesthetic and the accessible

Asthetic and routinely updated Museum Displays are provided by the college. Some are visiters oriented while others are students oriented.

Few to mention are; 

Central museum charts like:

  • History of pharmacy
  • How to use medicines
  • Pharmaceutical legislation in India
  • Secundum artem
  • Pioneers in Indian pharma profession
  • Symbols associated with pharmacy
  • Sequel of tobacco
  • Alcoholism
  • HIV and AIDS
  • Malaria
  • Family planning
  • Diabetes
  • Heart attack
  • Rational use of drugs etc


Core departmental displays like;

  • Strategies in drug discovery: Pharm. Chemistry
  • Fate of drug: Pharmaceutics
  • From drug synthesis to approval: Pharmacology
  • Herbal medicines with high potential: Pharmacognosy etc


With-in laboratory charts:
  • Administration of dosage forms by different route
  • Principles of antibacterial therapy
  • Safety in microbiology laboratory
  • Special labeling instructions for dosage forms
  • Common heterocyclic rings
  • IR spectroscopy etc