About Department Of Pharmacology

The Department of Pharmacology at KVV’s Krishna Institute of Pharmacy is dedicated to achieving excellence in research and teaching. Faculty members actively educate pharmacy students through various methods, including traditional lectures, interactive modules, experimental pharmacology demonstrations, tutorials, group discussions, drug displays, and seminars on pharmacology-related topics.The department boasts state-of-the-art Experimental and Research laboratories, providing an excellent platform for research-oriented students and faculty. Regularly organized continuing programs and workshops draw participants from across the country, offering a unique opportunity for interaction with experts from academia and industry.The faculty is committed to creating a supportive learning environment, with an evolving curriculum designed to enhance student learning and provide hands-on experience in animal research under experienced guidance. Opportunities for interaction with industry professionals are facilitated through workshops, symposiums, and seminars in collaboration with pharmaceutical companies. Collaborative research with other institutes is actively encouraged, and supported by motivated and cooperative faculty


To be a recognized leader in pharmacology research, education, and patient care, driving innovation and improving health outcomes through the safe and effective use of medications


To advance the understanding of drugs and their effects on biological systems, apply this knowledge to improve human health. Commitment to conducting cutting-edge research, providing quality education and training, and promoting the safe and effective use of medications.


  1. Research: Conduct high-quality research to advance knowledge in pharmacology, including drug mechanisms of action, interactions, development, and exploring new therapeutic targets.
  2. Education and Training: Providing comprehensive programs for students, residents, and fellows in pharmacology.
  3. Collaboration: Promoting interdisciplinary research initiatives with other departments, institutions, and industry partners.
  4. Drug Safety and Regulation: Actively participating in drug safety monitoring and pharmacovigilance activities.
  5. Community Outreach: Engaging in initiatives to promote medication safety, rational drug use, and public awareness of pharmacology-related topics.

Teaching Learning Method

  1. Lectures: Delivering foundational knowledge in pharmacology.
  2. Laboratory Sessions: Providing hands-on experience with experimental techniques and drug testing.
  3. Simulations and Virtual Learning: Utilizing technology for effective pharmacology education.


Mr. Anup Patil

Mr. Anup Ashokrao Patil

M. Pharmacy

Associate Professor

Mrs. Pratiksha Jadhav

Mrs. Jadhav Pratiksha Prashant

M. Pharmacy (Pharmacology) , PhD (Pursuing)

Assistant Professor

Dr. Anuradha Chivate

Dr. Anuradha N. Chivate

M.Pharm (Pharmacology) , Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Mr. Shivsharan Basavraj Dhadde

Mr. Shivsharan B. Dhadde

M. Pharm (Pharmacology)

Assistant Professor


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