Today, there is a great demand of herbal medicines in the market on account of its no or less side effects in comparison to allopathic medicines. The Department has a Medicinal Plant Garden with a number of rare plant species. More than 100 plants of medicinal and aromatic importance have been established and being maintained in the Herbal Garden. For this purpose there are facilities in Pharmacy institute for developing various herbal drugs and formulations. The training at garden is an integral part of the curriculum and the various species of the medicinal plants used by the students for their projects and research work generates interest in the subject. Pharmacology and Natural Product lab of the department also deals with studies with different crude drugs and phytochemicals.

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