The college was identified by the UGC under the DRS-SAP programme and sanctioned Rs 46.60 lakh and the DST has sanctioned assistance of RS 32.00 lakhs under the FIST. The college has also developed Electronic Data Access Lab with Internet facility for the benefit of the students and the faculty. The research activity of the
department include natural product isolation and characterization, computer aided drug design, synthesis and characterization of new chemical entities for asthma, cancer, depression, etc., preclinical screening of natural and synthetic chemicals, chemoprophylaxis of leprosy, molecular biology of cancer and aging, drug metabolism and pharmacokinetics, development of novel drug delivery systems, liposomes, niosomes, nanoparticles, lipid particles, transdermal drug delivery systems, mucoadhesive drug delivery systems prodrugs, plant tissue
culture and medicinal plant biotechnology, mono/polyherbal formulations, etc.
The College has been identified as a nodal point for Quality Improvement Program (QIP) by the All India Council for Technical Education and has organized short term courses to upgrade the expertise and capabilities of faculty members of the Pharmacy Institutions in the country.