Invertis institute of pharmacy was introduced in 2011. Initially both B.Pharm and D.Pharm were introduced with intake capacity of 60 students. There are 6 classrooms, well ventilated, fully air condition with digital screen for better understanding of subjects. Pharmacy is a science which also depends upon practical work hence 13 labs are present including labs of Pharmaceutics, pharmacology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Pharmacognosy etc.

Herbal Garden 1 and 2

Herbal Garden is one of the most important part of pharmacy profession. Our students went to visit the Herbal Garden at Invertis University, where students got to learn about various types of plant and their biological name and also the medicinal uses of the plants.



Human anatomy and Physiology Lab is concerned with the practical related to human anatomy and physiology.

Model Presentation 1 and 2

Invertis Institute of Pharmacy Organized Model Presentation in February 2023, in which students presents their model on various topics


Grooming Session

Grooming session is an open discussion between the teacher and students. Here in the picture our Faculty Ms. Maulshree Bhandari Deopa were interacting with the students.

Pharmaceutics Lab

These laboratories provide knowledge about the manufacturing of pharmaceutical preparations and training the students in drug formulations like table, capsules and ointments etc.



Presentation plays an important role in the field of Education. Presentation is a channel for students to share with others what they have learned.

Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab

This particular practical was basically performed to make the students study about the blood testing procedures by taking their own blood sample. This helps the students to know the basic procedure to test the blood group which indeed is useful for them in hospital training programmes.

Herbal Garden Visit

Students were taken to the herbal garden of Invertis University, Bareilly by Ms. Rashmi Pathak where they have 120 plants to study about their morphology and the environment factors required for the proper growth of medicinal plants including the optimum number of active constituents.

Pharmacognosy Lab

Students of B.Pharm 3rd Year performing the extraction of Cinnamon bark using methanol under the guidance of Mrs. Maulshree Bhandari Deopa in the Pharmacognosy lab. Here they study about the extraction of active constituents from crude drugs later this extract is used for the preparation of herbal products.


Invertis Village, Delhi Lucknow Highway NH-24, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh - 243 123, India


B-186, Civil Lines, Opposite Bareilly GPO, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh - 243 001, India