February 22, 2024

APTICON 2023 PSIT Kanpur: Dates, Theme and Venue


APTICON 2023 PSIT Kanpur: Dates, Theme and Venue


Theme: “Fiesta of Innovation, Research and Collaboration: Thriving towards excellence in Pharmacy Teaching”

Date: 2nd and 3rd September 2023

Venue: Pranveer Singh Institute of Technology (Pharmacy), Kanpur


Pranveer Singh Institute Of Technology,

Kanpur – Agra – Delhi National Highway (NH-19) ,

Bhauti – Kanpur – 209305

The APTICON is aimed at Empowering Academia for Advancing Pharmacy Education among academicians, professionals, scientific leaders, and regulators to set future milestones for education. The scope of the Conference is to address the educational and developmental needs to create competent pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists Good Pharmacy Education that provides a conceptual framework for the design, implementation, and assessment of contemporary educational programs for pharmacists throughout the world

The APTICON is a three-day convention that will foster innovative environment, provide collaborative platform for academicians, researchers, scientists, and students and develop a vision to guide the future activities of the profession.

Plenary sessions, Panel discussions, Oral and Poster presentations, Job fare and networking will provide an overview of new concepts in the Pharmacy world

Abstract Submission Guidelines

To spread knowledge and encourage the exchange of fresh ideas among members of the pharmacy
profession, the Scientific Service Committee of APTICON-2023 cordially invites you to submit your
original findings for an oral or poster presentation in one of the following scientific sessions during
the conference:

  1. Pharmaceutical Technology and Pharmaceutics
  2. Medicinal Chemistry / Pharmaceutical Analysis
  3. Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry and Biotechnology
  4. Pharmacology and Toxicology,
  5. Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacovigilance
  6. Intellectual Property Rights
  7. Pharmacy Education
  • The abstract shall comprise of title (14 font size, bold), author’s name (12 font size), affiliation (12 font size, italics), Main body (Introduction, aim & objectives, methods, results, summary & conclusion) (12 font size, Times New Roman).
  • The abstract shall be restricted to 250 words. (View model abstract)
  • Originality, plagiarism, ethical approval, and copyright: The authors are accountable for making sure that the research, abstract, and posters are all entirely original.
  • The abstract must be submitted to through online mode only, after login in at www.apticon2023.com
  • The presenting/corresponding author must be a registered delegate to APTICON-2023, Kanpur.
  1. The abstract must be written in good English, and provide an informative summarizing
    the research work.
  2. Font types: Times New Roman
  3. Font size:
  • Title: 14 fonts
  • List of authors: 12 fonts
  • Affiliations: 10 fonts
  • Presenting author’s email: 10 fonts
  • Main body of text: 12 fonts
  • Key Words: 12 fonts, italics.
  1. The overall word count of the abstract should not exceed 250 words.
  2. Abstract body: The abstract shall comprise of an introduction, aim & objectives,
    methods, results, summary, conclusion, and keywords as per the given template.
  3. Abbreviations or acronyms, except units of measurement and those that are widely used
    or known, should be defined at first mention.
  4. Please use the template published on the website to help you prepare the abstract for
    poster and oral presentation. (www.apticon2023.com)
  5. Originality, plagiarism, ethical approval, copyright: It is the responsibility of the
    authors to ensure originality of the research, as well as the abstract and posters. It is
    also the responsibility of the authors to ensure appropriate ethical/regulatory approval
    taken wherever applicable for the images/data/research material which is presented in
    this congress.
  6. Any clarifications regarding abstracts submission should correspond to ——————in
    with the subject of the mail.

Model Abstract


Development and characterization of a Novel polyherbalAnti-diabetic Formulation

Aditya Sarang*, Sakshi Verma

PSIT- Pranveer Singh Institute of Technology Pharmacy, Kanpur-209305. India

*Presenting Author: xyz@gmail.com

Introduction: This dreadful disease is found in all parts of the world and is becoming a serious threat to mankind health. Herbal formulations are becoming popular now days particularly in the treatment of Type 2 diabetes.

Aim & Objectives: To investigate the antidiabetic activities of polyherbal formulation (PHF) containing hydroalcoholic extracts of different plants in streptozotocin (STZ)-induced diabetic rats by administering oral doses (200 and 400 mg/kg body weight).

Method: Animals were divided into diabetic and nondiabetic groups. Rats were fed with a high-fat diet (HFD) and induced with a single low dose of STZ (35 mg/kg) i.p. Diabetic rats were treated with formulation (200 and 400 mg/kg) and metformin 250 mg/kg. Blood glucose levels, Lipid profile and gluconeogenic enzymes were determined. Histopathological changes in diabetic rat organs (pancreas, liver, and kidney) were also observed.

Result: Treatment of diabetic rats with PHF and metformin decreased plasma glucose and lipid profile levels. Formulation treated rats showed significant (P < 0.001) decrease in the activities of gluconeogenic enzymes. Histological examination of various organ tissues of normal control, diabetic control, and drug-treated rats revealed significant results.

Summary & Conclusion: The experimental study showed that a persistent and substantial decrease in the average blood glucose level of diabetic rats was observed for 28 days. PHF demonstrated substantial antidiabetic activity similar to the standard drug. The formulation will emerge as a possible mixture that may challenge the synthetic drug.

Keywords: Polyherbal, formulation, antidiabetic activity, medicinal plants, Type 2 diabetes, Insulin

Pranveer Singh Institute of Technology (Pharmacy), Kanpur

Our institute has well qualified, experienced faculty, AC classrooms, well-equipped laboratories, and other infrastructural facilities. We strongly believe in the holistic development of students, and we want to make them accomplished professionals in their chosen field. We already have phenomenal researchers working to find new medications to combat today’s illnesses. We have research projects sponsored by DST, ICMR, UPCST, AKTU, and other government agencies. The institute has CPCSEA approved animal house and herbal garden for performing research on animals and plants. We have exceptional faculty members who work constantly to make our Institution a center for excellence. Our faculties are members of professional bodies like IPA, APTI, ACPI, etc. We have a strong research environment, and some of our faculties are reviewers of international journals.
Our courses are approved by AICTE, PCI, BTE, Lucknow and under section 2f of UGC.


An association found by the pioneers of Pharmacy education in India in 1966 by leading personalities like Prof. M. L. Schroff, Prof. G. P Srivastava and others, has come a long way in creating better intercommunication and promotion of excellence in pharmacy education. Through its tailor-made mission and objectives, the association has provided a single platform in bringing together teachers of pharmacy education from all over the country. This has helped in the achievement of excellent standards and to develop new technological methods in pharmacy education through the exchange of views amongst the teaching members. The emergent world today, with unbelievable sophistication under its belt, demands for technically sound and highly knowledgeable pharmacists. The contribution of a teacher is thereby quite demanding. A Teacher apart from being an educator also contributes to science as a researcher, helps in business development as a consultant to pharmaceutical industry and also creates social awareness as a community pharmacist.