About Me

PERSONAL DETAILS

  • Name – Dr. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari
  • Present status –  Professor, Department of Pharmacy, Shri G S Institute of  Technology and Science; 23, Park Road, Indore (MP)-452003.

PROFESSIONAL CONTACT DETAILS

  • Mailing Address – Department of Pharmacy, Shri G.S. Institute of Technology and Science; 23, Park Road, Indore- 452003 (M.P.)
  • Email ID  –  rkrkmaheshwari[@]yahoo[.]co[.]in

HONOURS AND AWARDS

  • Secured a certificate of merit from ministry of education and society welfare, Govt. of India on the basis of High Position in Higher Secondary Examination (1975).
  • M.Pharm. “Gold Medalist” (1981).
  • Recipient of Junior Research Fellowship from UGC during M.Pharm (1980-1981).
  • Recipient of Senior Research Fellowship from UGC during (Oct.1985-Feb.1988).
  • Awarded a mini research project on “Formulation and evaluation of fast release products of Carbamazepine and Ibuprofen” by MPCOST, Bhopal.
  • Awarded the “Indian Drug Manufacturers’ Association Best Research Award,”2005 in the discipline of Pharmaceutical Analysis.
  • Best research paper in oral presentation in analytical chemistry field for “New spectrophotometric analysis of hydrochlothiazide in tablets using N-N dimethyl urea as hydrotropic agent,”   in 3rd IPA Convention 2010 held at Indore.
  • “Association of Pharmacy Professionals, Bhopal” has honoured  Dr. R. K. Maheshwari with “Eminent Researcher Award 2012” during a national seminar at Bhopal (Globus college of pharmacy) on 1st Nov 2012.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Post Graduation Classes- 24 Years.
  • Under Graduation Classes- 26 Years.

INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE

  • Served M/s Martand Pharmaceuticals, Baraut (U.P.)  as manufacturing chemist for 2 years and 8 months(12th Jan 1983 to 27th Sep 1985) and got approvals as manufacturing chemist for injectables, liquids(oral), tablets ,capsules and ointments.

PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS

  • Worked as “In-charge of Pharmaceutics” at S.C.S.College of Pharmacy, Harapanahalli (Karnataka) (21.9.81 to 11.11.82)
  • Member, Board of Studies for Pharmaceutical Sciences, Faculty of Technology, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyala, Indore
  • Member, Board of Studies, RGPV, Bhopal
  • At present Professor (Ex-Head), Department of Pharmacy SGSITS , Park Road, Indore-452003 (M.P.)

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

  • Junior Diploma in YOGA-     Dr. H.S. Gour University, Sagar (1976)

AFFILIATIONS

  • Life Member of Indian Society for Technical Education, New Delhi.
  • Life Member of Association of Pharmacy Teachers of India, Banglore.
  • Life Member of Indian Pharmaceutical Association.

RESEARCH PROFILE

  • Research Expertise
    • Solubility enhancement (hydrotropic solubilization)
    • Dissolution rate enhancement (solid dispersions)
    • Fast disintegration (dispersible tablets)
    • Gastroretentive drug delivery systems
    • Sustained release matrix tablets
    • Mouth dissolving film
    • Novel application of hydrotropy in the analysis of poorly water-soluble drugs.
    • Novel application of hydrotropy in the preparation of solid dispersions of poorly water-soluble drugs.
    • Novel application of hydrotropy in the formulation of syrup dosage form of poorly water-soluble drugs to enhance bioavailability.
    • Novel application of hydrotropy in the formulation of topical dosage form of poorly water-soluble drugs with enhanced permeation.
    • Novel application of mixed-hydrotropy in the formulation of syrup dosage form of poorly water-soluble drugs to enhance bioavailability.
    • Novel application of mixed-hydrotropy in the formulation of injection dosage form.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in the analysis of poorly water-soluble drugs.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in the formulation of solid dispersions, of poorly water-soluble drugs to enhance bioavailability.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in the formulation of syrup dosage form of poorly water-soluble drugs to enhance bioavailability.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in the formulation of injection dosage form of poorly water-soluble drugs.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of liposomes of poorly water-soluble drugs.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of oily injection of poorly oil-soluble drugs.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of self emulsifying drug delivery systems.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of controlled release tablets.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of niosomes.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of microspheres.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of multiple emulsions.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of in-situ nasal gel drug delivery systems.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of non-aqueous injections.
    • Novel application of mixed-solvency in development of ear drops.

SYMPOSIUM/WORKSHOPS

  • Attended one week summer school on ‘Biopharmaceutics and modern analytical techniques organized by department of pharmacy, S.G.S.I.T.S., Indore from 6th to 12th June, 1988.
  • Attended Lab Manual Workshop at Department of Pharmacy, SGSITS, Indore from 29th to 30th March, 1990.
  • Attended National Symposium on novel and controlled drug delivery systems in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dr.H.S.Gour University, Sagar (MP) from 25th to 27th Feb, 1991.
  • Participated in the National Symposium on ‘ Recent Advances in Drug Design’ at Department of Pharmacy, SGSITS, Indore under the auspices of the Madhya Pradesh Council Sciences & Technology, Bhopal from 21st to 23rd March, 1992.
  • Participated in the winter school on ‘Modern Trends in Computer Based Automation’ organized at SGSITS, Indore from 3rd to 14th Jan,1994.
  • Participated in the winter school sponsored by Indian Society for Technical Education on ‘Combustion Generated Pollution’ held Dec 13 to Dec. 24, 1994 in the faculty of Engg. & Technology, Jamia Milia Islamia, New Delhi-110025.
  • Attended refresher course in Chemistry conducted by academic staff college, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidhyalya, Indore from 6th to 25th Feb. 1995.
  • Participated in the AICTE-ISTE short term training programme conducted by the Deptt. of applied chemistry, SGSITS, Indore on ‘Waste Utilization: Emerging Technology and Business Opportunity’ from 14th to 26th Dec, 1999.
  • Attended the ‘ Teaching Methodology’ programme organized by SGSITS,Indore from 4th to 8th Feb, 2002. The programme was conducted by Technical Teacher’s Training Institute, Bhopal.
  • Participated in the AICITE sponsored ISTE short term training programme on ‘Advances in CAD/CAM/CAE’ by Deptt. Of Production Engg. At SGSITS, Indore from 1st to 12th July, 2002.

UG PROJECTS GUIDED

S.No.
Project Title
Name of Student
Year
1.
Prodrug approach and utility Ashok Nair 1995
2. Ocular controlled release drug delivery systems Avnish Jain 1995
3. Transdermal drug delivery systems Ashish Hemani 1996
4. Microencapsulation as a dosage form Manish Mandlia 1997
5. Drug therapy in tuberculosis Chetan Anand Chourasia 1998
6. Tuberculosis disease, its prevention and cure Ravindran Aiyer 1999
7. Microencapsulation Techniques Arvind Raikwar 1999
8. Important drying techniques used in pharmaceutical practice Arvind Lal Masih 1999
9. A review on treatment of diabetes Prashant Agrawal 2000
10. Liposomal drug delivery systems Narendra Singh Panwar 2001
11. A review on polymer coating of Microencapsulation Seema Kapasiya 2001
12. Customized Pharmaceutical Care Vikash Jain 2002
13. An introduction to Novel Drug Delivery System Prashi Jain 2002


M.PHARM.PROJECTS GUIDED

S.No.
Project Title
Name of Student
Year
1. HPLC assay validation of 80/574, a hypolipidemic drug, in rat serum and its applications to Log P determination and oral pharmacokinetics Anekant Jain 2001
2. Hydrotropic solubilization and aqueous injection formulation studies of Ofloxacin S.Paswan 2001
3. Studies on Rofecoxib solid dispersions Rakesh Sharma 2002
4. Formulation and evaluation of aqueous injection of Carvedilol T.Ramesh 2002
5. Formulation and evaluation of dispersible tablets U.S.Bagul 2002
6. Studies on Celecoxib solid dispersions Gopal Krishna Murthy 2002
7. Hydrotropic solubilization and aqueous injection formulation studies of Norfloxacin Rashmi Dahima 2002
8. Formulation and evaluation of parenteral dosage form of Chlorthalidone Rama Bharat 2003
9. Development of software and optimization of sustained release matrix tablets of Diltiazem Hydrochloride Ramakant Panda 2003
10. Hydrotropic solubilization studies for aqueous injection formulation and evaluation of Spironolactone Mrs. Archana Mehrotra 2003
11. Formulation & evaluation of gastro retentive mucoadhesive drug delivery system(controlled release matrix tablets) of Diltiazem Hydrochloride Raja Mohamed S 2003
12. Software development and optimization of sustained release chlorpheniramine maleate tablets Masheer Ahmed Khan 2003
13. Taste masking of Fexofenadine Hydrochloride and development of its mouth dissolving dosage form- Mona Nagar 2003
14. Formulation and evaluation of transparent topical Clindamycin Phosphate gel and Gentamycin Sulphate gel Venu Gopal S 2004
15. Formulation development of sustained release matrix tablets of Stavudine Manu Tripathi 2004
16. Formulation and release kinetic studies of controlled release tablets of Propranolol Hydrochloride L. Sambath 2004
17. Formulation and development of hydrophilic matrix based oral controlled drug delivery system of Metformin Hydrochloride Manoj Bari 2004
18. Application of hydrotropy in the spectrophotometric estimation of some drugs in solid dosage forms Aseem Tewari 2004
19. Taste Masking of Sildenafil Citrate and development of its dispersible tablet dosage form Gyanda Shankar Dash 2004
20. Formulation and development of mouth dissolving tablet of Granisetron hydrochloride J.Kausalya 2005
21. Enhancement of dissolution rate of Aceclofenac by cyclodextrin complexation Kapil Joshi 2005
22. Formulation and development of Celecoxib gel and topical permeation enhancement of some poorly soluble drugs Vineet Dubey 2005
23. Development and in-vitro characterization of Aceclofenac agglomerates by novel crystallo-co-agglomeration technique Alkesh Kumar 2005
24 Design and development of buccal adhesive bilayered tablets for transmucosal delivery of sumatriptan succinate. R.B. Maheshwari 2006
25 Development and evaluation of carvedilol mouth dissolving tablets using solid dispersion particles. Pankaj Bhatt 2006
26 Study of some common modified release polymers to provide unique release mechanism. Madhumita Nayak 2006
27 Formulation,development and evaluation of novel gastro-retentive floating drug delivery systems Kaustuv Kumar Sahu 2007
28 Tailoring of ketoprofen particle morphology via novel crystallo-co-agglomeration technique to obtain a directly compressible material Vikash Chavda 2007
29 Formulation and development of mouth dissolving tablets of levoceterizine dihydrochloride Umesh Ramchandani 2007
30 Novel application of mixed-hydrotropy in formulation development of poorly water-soluble drug Shraddha Jawade 2008
31 Formulation,development and evaluation of dual release gastroretentive advanced delivery system of furosemide Yitesh Jagwani 2008
32 Novel application of mixed-hydrotropic solubilization technique in formulation development of poorly water-soluble drug Arpna Indurkhya 2008
33 Enhancement of transdermal permeation and formulation of transdermal gel of a poorly soluble drug using mixed-solvency approach Anshu joshi 2009
34 Novel pharmaceutical application of mixed solvency for solubility ehnacement of piroxicam, development of its solid dispersion and fast dissolving oral film Naveen Chaklan 2009
35 Novel pharmaceutical application of mixed solvency in the formulation development of syrup (liquid oral formulation) of poorly water soluble drugs R. Rajgopalan 2009
36 In silico optimization and formulation of gastroretentive bilayer tablets of indomethacin using mixed solvency concept Kapil Agnihotri 2009
37 Design development and evaluation of floating microspheres of frusemide using mixed solvency concept Vikram Karawande 2010
38 Formulation development and evaluation of controlled release tablet of lamotrigine using mixed solvency concept Ravish Jain 2010
39 Design development and optimization of self emulsifying drug delivery system of candesartan cilexetil using mixed solvency concept Chandan Chandna 2010
40 Formulation development and optimization of niosomes using mixed solvency approach for transdermal delivery of poorly soluble drug and its evaluation Disha Mehtani 2011
41 Formulation development and evaluation of injection of poorly soluble drug using novel application of mixed solvency concept Rajendra Shilpakar 2011
42 Formulation and evaluation of microsphere of a poorly water soluble drug made by application of mixed solvency concept Sangeeta Jawalkar 2011
43 Novel application of mixed solvency concept in development of fast release formulation of poorly soluble drug using liquisolid technique and its evaluation Sourabh Gupta 2011
44 Design, development and optimization of controlled release microspheres based  capsule dosage form of furosemide using novel application of mixed solvency concept and its application Neha Yadav 2012
45 Formulation development of injections of poorly soluble drugs made by novel application of mixed solvency concept and their evaluation Utpal Kumar Dwivedi 2012
46 Formulation development of solid-SEDDS based capsule dosage form of diazepam by mixed-solvency concept and its evaluation Deep Mala Jatwa 2012
47 Formulation development and optimization of dual release tablet dosage form of indomethacin made by novel application of mixed solvency concept and its evaluation Dev Kumar Bhalse 2012
48 Formulation development of solid dispersions of poorly water soluble drugs, gatifloxacin and naproxen, employing novel application of mixed solvency concept and their evaluations Ichchha Soni 2013
49 Formulation development of W/O/W multiple emulsion of poorly water soluble drug, gatifloxacin,using application of mixed solvency concept and its evaluation Bharat Kumar Verma 2013
50 Formulation development of In-Situ nasal drug delivery systems of poorly water soluble drugs diazepam and indomethacin using application of mixed solvency concept and their  evaluations Shweta Agrawal 2013
51 Formulation development of non-aqueous injection poorly soluble drugs, metronidazole and naproxen by application of mixed solvency concept and their  evaluations Lalita Gaur 2013
52 Formulation development of ear drops of poorly water soluble drugs, gatifloxacin sesquihydrate and ofloxacin employing novel application of mixed solvency concept and their  evaluations Madhuri Sirole 2013
53 Formulation and development of high concentration diclofenac sodium injection using mixed solvency concept and its evaluation   Anirudh Padiyar 2014
54 Formulation and development of alcohol free pharmaceutical preparations using mixed solvency approach and their evaluations Murtza Putliwala 2014
55 Formulation development of sustained release solid dispersions of poorly water soluble drug, piroxicam, employing novel application of mixed solvency concept and their evaluation Akshay Fouzdar 2015
56 Formulation development of dry dosage forms of  poorly water soluble drug, cefixime trihydrate, using  mixed solvency concept and their evaluation Priya George 2015
57 Formulation development of topical solutions of poorly water soluble drugs, gatifloxacin and indomethacin, employing novel application of mixed solvency concept and their evaluation. Sugandha Singh 2015

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

  1. R.K.Maheshwari, S.N.Sharma & N.K.Jain. ‘Adsorption studies of Phenformin Hydrochloride on some clays and its application in formulating sustained release dosage forms’ –Indian Journal of Pharm.Sci. 1988, 50(2) pp.101-105,
  2. G.P.Agrawal, M.M. Molasaria, R.K. Maheshwari & N.K.Jain ‘Study on some fast release products of Ibuprofen’- Indian Drugs, Feb 1989, Vol.26, pp-226-231.
  3. R.K. Maheshwari, ‘Analysis of frusemide by application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon,’  The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. IV, No. 34, April 2005, p. 55-58. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sodium benzoate).
  4. R. K. Maheshwari, “Spectrophotometric determination of cefixime in tablets by hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon,” The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. IV, No. 36, June 2005, p. 63-68.  (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 288 nm, Hydrotropic solutions- 8 M    
    Urea, 4 M Sodium acetate and 1.25 M Sodium citrate).
  5. R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi & N.K. Jain, “Application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in spectrophotometric analysis of hydrochlorothiazide tablets,” Indian Drugs, 42(8), August 2005, p. 541-544.  (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 272 and 317nm, Hydrotropic solution- 10 M Urea).  
  6. R. K. Maheshwari & A. Tiwari, “Spectrophotometric estimation of drugs using hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon,” The Indian Pharmacist, Vol. IV, No.39, Sept. 2005, p. 79-84.(Details-Spectrophotometric estimation of Hydrochlorothiazide and   Indomethacin , Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sodium benzoate).
  7. R.K.Maheshwari, “New application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric estimation of ketoprofen in tablet dosage form,” The Pharma Review, Vol.3, No. 18, Oct. 2005, p. 123-125. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 260 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 4 M  Sodium aetate).  
  8. R.K.Maheshwari, “A novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the analysis of bulk samples of ketoprofen and salicylic acid,” Asian J. Chem., Vol. 18, No.1, Jan-March, 2006, p. 393-396.(Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solutions for Ketoprofen- 2 M Sodium benzoate, 2 M Sodium salicylate and 2 M Sodium acetate, Hydrotropic solutions for Salicylic acid- 2 M Sodium benzoate, 1.25 M Sodium citrate and 8 M Urea).  
  9. R.K.Maheshwari, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric analysis of tinidazole in dosage form,” Asian J. Chem., Vol. 18, No.1, Jan-March, 2006, p. 640-644.(Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 318 nm, Hydrotropic solutions-8 M    
    Urea, 4 M Sodium acetate and 1.25 M Sodium citrate).
  10.  R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi & N.K. Jain, “Application of hydrotropy in spectrophotometric determination of pharmaceutical dosage forms,” Indian Drugs, Nov. 2005, Vol. 42, No.11, p. 760-763.IDMA best research award-2005. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 332 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sodium benzoate, Drug Used- Ofloxacin –in –tablets).
  11. R.K.Maheshwari, R.B.Maheshwari & P.Bhatt, “Simultaneous spectrophotometric estimation of norfloxacin and tinidazole in two component tablet formulations”, Asian J. Chem., 2006, Vol. 18, No.2, 2006, p. 1481-1486. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 8 M Urea).
  12.  R.K.Maheshwari, S.P.Pandey, Apeksha Lovlekar, V.Chavda, Arpita Ajmera and H.M.Gupta, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric analysis of cephalexin in solid dosage form,” Asian J. Chem., 2006, Vol. 18, No.2, 2006, p. 1451-1454.  (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 262 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 8 M Urea).
  13.  R.K.Maheshwari, “Application of hydrotropic solubilization in the analysis of aceclofenac”,  Asian J. Chem., 2006, Vol. 18, No.2,  2006, p. 1572-1574. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sodium benzoate).
  14.  R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi & N.K. Jain, “Novel spectrophotometric estimation of some poorly water soluble drugs using hydrotropic solubilizing agents,” Indian J. Pharm. Sci., March-April, 2006, Vol.68 (2), p.195-198.
    (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation, Hydrotropic solutions- 2 M Sodium benzoate and 2 M Niacinamide, Drugs used- Metronidazole at 320 nm, Nalidixic acid at 330 nm, Norfloxacin at 324 nm, Tinidazole at 318 nm).
  15.  R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi & N.K. Jain, “Titrimetric analysis of aceclofenac in tablets using hydrotropic solubilization technique,” Indian Drugs, June 2006, Vol. 43, p. 516-518.(Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sodium benzoate).
  16. R.K.Maheshwari, “Spectrophotometric analysis of amoxycillin in tablets using hydrotropic solubilization technique,” Asian J. Chem., 2006, 18(4), p. 3194-3196.(Details-Spectrophotometric
    estimation at 274 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 10 M Urea).
  17.  R.K.Maheshwari, A. Dewangan, P.K.Soni, P.K.Kansagra and S.K.Jain, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric analysis of paracetamol tablet dosage form,” Asian J. Chem., 2006, 18(4), p. 2879-2882. (Details-Spectro.
    estimation at 245 nm, Hydrotropic  solution- 10 M Urea).
  18. R.K.Maheshwari, “Solid dispersion and syrup formulation of poorly water-soluble drug by hydrotropy,” The Indian Pharmacist, Aug. 2006, Vol.V (50), p. 87-90. (Drug
    – Paracetamol, Hydrotropic agent- Urea)
  19. R.K.Maheshwari, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric analysis of piroxicam in solid dosage form,” Indian Drugs, 43(8), 2006, 683-685. (Details
    Spectrophotometric estimation at 358 nm, Hydrotropic solution-     2 M Sodium benzoate).
  20.  R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi & N.K. Jain, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilizing additives in the estimation of aspirin in bulk sample and tablets,” International J. Pharm. Excip., Vol. 4 (No.3), July-Sept. 2005, p.84-88. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solutions- 2 M Sodium benzoate, 4 M Sodium acetate and 1.25 M Sodium citrate)
  21. R.K.Maheshwari, “A novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric estimation of frusemide in tablets,” The Pharma Review, Oct. 2006, Vol. 4, No. 24, p. 148-149.(Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 330 nm, Hydrotropic solution-     2 M Sodium benzoate).
  22. R.K.Maheshwari, S.Kumar, U.Ramchandani, K.Sahoo, C.Khera & S.Varghese, “Quantitative determination of aspirin using hydrotropic solubilization technique,” The Indian Pharmacist, 2006, Vol. V, 124-126. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Niacinamide, Analysis of bulk drug sample and tablets).
  23. R.K.Maheshwari,  “Application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in spectrophotometric estimation of norfloxacin in tablets,” Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Vol. 40 (4 issue no.) 2006, 237-240. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 272 nm, Hydrotropic solutions- 8 M  Urea).
  24. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, V. Chavda, K. Sahoo, S. Varghese, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric analysis of diclofenac sodium in solid dosage form,” Asian J. Pharmaceutics, Vol. 1 Oct-Dec 2006,30-32. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 276 nm, Hydrotropic solutions- 8 M Urea).
  25. R.K.Maheshwari & A. Ajmera, “A novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the quantitative analysis of bulk sample of ketoprofen and frusemide,” Asian J. Pharmaceutics, Vol. 1, Oct-Dec 2006,  60-62. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 0.5 M Ibuprofen sodium).
  26. R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi & N.K. Jain, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the quantitative analysis of some NSAIDs and their solid dosage forms,” Indian J. Pharm. Sci. Jan-Feb., 2007, Vol.69 (1), p.101-105.(Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sodium benzoate, Drugs estimated- Ibuprofen, Flurbiprofen and Naproxen).
  27. R.K.Maheshwari, H.M.Gupta, M.Singh, U.Ramchandani & S.P.Pandey, “A novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric analysis of  gatifloxacin in solid dosage form”, Asian J. Chem., 2008, Vol. 20, No. 1, 241-244. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 333 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sod.Benz. and 1.5 M Metformin hydrochloride. NOTE- Metformin hydrochloride is an inexpensive antidiabetic drug – about rupees 150/ Kg ).
  28. R.K.Maheshwari, S.P.Pandey,  H.M.Gupta, U. Ramchandani & H.M.Gupta, “Analysis of frusemide by application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in solid dosage form,”  Asian J. Chem., Asian J. Chem., 2008, Vol. 20, No. 1, 277-281.(Details-Titrimetric estimation of bulk drug sample and tablets, Hydrotropic solution- 2 M Sodium salicylate).
  29. R.K.Maheshwari, S.Deswal, D.Tiwari, N.Ali & S.Jain,  “Analysis of amoxicillin by application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in solid dosage form,” Asian J. Chem., Asian J. Chem., Asian J. Chem., 2008, Vol. 20, No. 1, 805-807. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 274 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 5 M    Potassium acetate).
  30. R.K. Maheshwari, Nidhi Dubey, Nitin Dubey & Maheveer Singh, “Hydrotropic solubilization in spectrophotometric analysis of cefixime in solid dosage form,” Asian J. Chem., Asian J. Chem., Asian J. Chem., 2008, Vol. 20, No. 1, 375-379. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 288 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 8 M    Potassium acetate and 6 M Ammonium acetate).
  31. R.K. Maheshwari and R. Awasthi, “Application of hydrotropic solubilization technique for quantitative determination of aspirin,” Asian J. Chem., 2008, Vol. 20, No. 1, 814-816. (Details-Titrimetric estimation of aspirin tablets, Hydrotropic solution- 10 M Urea).
  32. R.K. Maheshwari, S. Deswal, D.Tiwari, N.Ali, B. Pothen & S.Jain, “Novel spectrophotometric estimation of frusemide using hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon,” Indian J. Pharm. Sci., 2007,69,Issue 6, 822-24.(Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 0.5 M Ibuprofen sodium    NOTE- Ibuprofen sodium is an economic drug).
  33. R. K. Maheshwari, Dilshad Arif, Priyanka Mittal, Arpana Indurkhya, Shradha Jawade and Pooja Manchandani, “Application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in  spectrophotometric determination of cefixime in tablets,” Indian Drugs, 2007,44,Nov 2007, 870-73.  (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 288 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 0.5 M    
    Potassium citrate).
  34.  R.K.Maheshwari, “Mixed hydrotropy in spec trophotometric analysis of aceclofenac, The Indian Pharmacist, 2007, Vol.VI, No.64, 67-69. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 274 nm, Hydrotropic solution- Mixture of 22.5%w/v urea and 22.5% w/v sodium citrate, Drug used- Aceclofenac.
  35. RK Maheshwari, Chanpreet Khera and Apeksha Lovlekar, “Novel method of analysis for ibuprofen and flurbiprofen bulk drugs using ibuprofen sodium solution as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” The Pharma Review, Vol.5,  Dec. 2007, p. 167-169. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution).
  36. R.K.Maheshwari and Mahaveer Singh, “Quantitative determination of ketoprofen bulk drug using sodium salt of aspirin as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.20, No. 6, 2008, 4922-24. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 1.0 M  Aspirin Sodium).
  37. R. K. Maheshwari and Ravi Shankar Shukla, “Quantitative spectrophotometric estimation of famotidine  hydrotropic solubilization technique,” Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.20, No. 6, 2008, 4221-24. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 286 nm, Hydrotropic solution- 1.5 M   Metformin HCl).
  38. R. K. Maheshwari and Anshuman Dubey, “Quantitative estimation of naproxen in bulk sample and tablet formulation using niacinamide as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.20 No. 6, 2008, 4225-28. (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 2.0 M Niacinamide solution).
  39. R. K. Maheshwari and S. Kumar, “Analysis of ketoprofen by application of hydrotropic solubilization technique,” The Indian Pharmacist, March 2008, Vol.7, 69-70. (Details-Titrimetric
    estimation,  Hydrotropic solution- 2.0 M Potassium Acetate and 0.5 M Potassium Citrate solution).
  40. R. K. Maheshwari, Ravi Shankar Shukla, “Novel method for spectrophotometric analysis of hydrochlorothiazide tablets using niacinamide as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Asian J. Pharmaceutics, Vol. 2, 2008, 68-69. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation  at 317nm, Hydrotropic     solution- 2 M    Niacinamide).  
  41. Vikash Chavda and R.K.Maheshwari, “Tailoring of ketoprofen particle morphology via novel crystallo-agglomeration technique to obtain a directly compressible material,” Asian J. Pharmaceutics, Vol. 2, 2008, 61-67.
  42. R. K. Maheshwari, M. Kinariwala, M. Saxena, M. Gahlot, R. Chaki, Y. Jagwani, “Spectrophotometric analysis of cefixime trihydrate tablets using metformin hydrochloride as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Asian J. Chem., 2008, 20(8), p. 6047-6050.  (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 288 nm, Hydrotropic solutions- 0.5 M     Metformin Hydrochloride).
  43. R. K. Maheshwari, S. R. Bisnoi, D. Kumar, “Spectrophotometric analysis of hydrochlorothiazide tablets using chlorpheniramine maleate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Asian J. Chem., 2008, 20(8), p. 6594-6596. (Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 317nm, Hydrotropic     solution- 20 %      Chlorpheniramine  Maleate).  
  44. R. K. Maheshwari, S. Deswal, D. Tiwari, N. Ali,  S. Jain, “Quantitative analysis of hydrochlorothiazide tablets using lignocaine hydrochloride as hydrotropic agent,”  Asian J. Chem., 2009, 21(2), p. 1642-1644.(Details-Spectrophotometric estimation at 317nm, Hydrotropic     solution- 1 M    Lignocaine hydrochloride).  
  45. R.K.Maheshwari, D. Arif, P.Mittal, P. Manchandani, A. Indurkhya, S. Jawade, “A novel method for quantitative determination of aceclofenac in bulk drug and tablets using ibuprofen sodium as a hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Journal of Applied Chemical and Research, 2008, 5, 63-68.
    (Details-Titrimetric estimation, Hydrotropic solution- 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium).
  46. Deepika Maliwal, Anurekha Jain, R.K. Maheshwari, Vidyasagar Patidar, “Simultaneous spectrophotometric estimation of metronidazole and norfloxacin in combined tablet formulations using hydrotropy,” Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 2008, Vol.1. 357-361. (Details- Spectrophotometric, 8M urea solution)
  47. R.K. Maheshwari, V. Chavada, S. Varghese and K. Sahoo, “Analysis of bulk sample of salicylic acid by application of hydrotropic solubilization method,” Indian J. Pharm. Sci., 2008, 70, 823-825. (Details- Titrimetric, 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution, 2M sodium salicylate solution.)
  48. R. K. Maheshwari, A. Indurkhya, S. Jawade, Y. Jagwani. “Spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen tablets employing sodium benzoate as hydrotropic additives,” The Indian Pharmacist., 2009, VIII, 75-77. (Details- Spectrophotometric estimation at 331 nm, 2 M sodium benzoate)
  49. R. K. Maheshwari, S.R. Bishnoi, D.Kumar, N.V.Murlikrishna. “Estimation of ibuprofen in bulk and tablets using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Asian J Chem., 2009, 21, 5897-5900. (Details- Titrimetric estimation using 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution.)
  50. R. K. Maheshwari, R. Aher, G. Wanare, Y. Jagwani, A. Kapoor, A. Joshi, A. Khandelwal. “Quantitative estimation of aspirin using hydrotropic solubilization technique,” Asian J Chem., 2009, 21, 6590-6592. (Details- Titrimetric estimation using 2 M sodium salicylate solution.)
  51. R. K. Maheshwari, “Solubilization of ibuprofen by mixed solvency approach,” The Indian Pharmacist, 2009, VIII, 81-84. (Details- Titrimetric estimation using blends containing various solubilizers.)
  52. R. K. Maheshwari, G. Wanare, N. Chahar, P. Joshi, N. Nayak, “Quantitative estimation of naproxen in tablets using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic agent.” Indian J. Pharm. Sci., 2009, 71, 335-337. (Details- Spectrophotometric estimation at 331 nm, 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution).
  53. R. K. Maheshwari, S. Deswal, R. Aher, G. Wanare, S. Jawade, A. Indurakhya, Y. Jagwani. “Ibuprofen sodium: A novel hydrotropic agent for estimation of poorly water-soluble drugs.” J. Applied Chemical Research., 2009, vol.10, 56-60. (Details- Titrimetric estimation of chlorpropamide using 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution and Spectrophotometric estimation of gatifloxacin at 333 nm using 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution).
  54. R. K. Maheshwari, M.S. Rajput, S. Sinha. “New quantitative estimation of salicylic acid bulk sample using calcium disodium edetate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent.” International J. Current Pharmaceutical Research., 2009, vol.1, issue 1, 38-41. (Details- Titrimetric estimation using 1.0 M calcium disodium edetate solution and spectrophotometric estimation at 296 nm using 1.0 M calcium disodium edetate solution).
  55. R. K. Maheshwari, S.R. Bishnoi, D. Kumar, M. Krishna. “Quantitative spectrophotometric determination of ornidazole tablet formulations using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Digest J. Nanomaterials and Biostructures, 2009, vol.4, No.4, 753-756. (Details- Spectrophotometric estimation at 320 nm, 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution). ( Impact factor- 1.75).
  56. R. K. Maheshwari, “Mixed-Solvency- A novel concept for solubilization of poorly water-soluble drugs.” Delving J. Technology and Engineering Sciences, 2009, vol.1, No.1, 39-43. (Details- Titrimetric estimation of salicylic acid using blends containing various solubilizers).
  57. R. K. Maheshwari, N. Govil, M. Rai, M.S. Rajput, “New titrimetric estimation of naproxen bulk drug sample using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” International J. Pharma and Biosciences, 2010, vol.1(01), 1-3. (Details- Titrimetric, 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium solution).
  58. R. K. Maheshwari, M.S. Rajput, V. Nair, “New Quantitative estimation of salicylic acid bulk sample using sodium saccharin as hydrotropic solubilizing agent.”  J. Pharmacy Research, 2010,vol.3(1), 6-8. (Details- Titrimetric, 2.0 M sodium sacharin solution).
  59. R. K. Maheshwari,  M. S. Rajput, V. Mathur, Y. Satrawala, A. Gupta, “Quantitative estimation of benzoic acid in bulk sample using sodium benzoate and sodium salicylate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” The Pharma Research, 2009, 2, 1-7. (Details- Titrimetric, 2.0 M sodium benzoate and 2.0 M sodium salicylate solution).
  60. R. K. Maheshwari, H. Chandrawanshi and N. Gupta, “Quantitative estimation of aspirin in tablets and bulk sample using metformin hydrochloride as hydrotropic agent.” Int. J. Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2010, 2, 20-23. (Details- Titrimetric, 1.5 M metformin hydrochloride solution).
  61. R. K. Maheshwari, Mithun Singh Rajput, Sampada Sinha, “New quantitative estimation of benzoic acid bulk sample using calcium edetate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent.” Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and clinical research, 2010, 3(1), 43 – 45 (Details titrimetric estimation 1.5 M metformin HCl)
  62. R.K.Maheshwari, Mithun Singh Rajput, Sampada Sinha, “Eco-friendly spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole in tablets using lignocaine hydrochloride HCl as a hydrotropic agent,”  Asian journal of pharmaceutics, 2009, 3, Issue 4, 2009, 319-321 (Details spectrophotometric estimation 1 M lignocaine HCl)
  63. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Mithun Singh Rajput, Satyabharat Sharma, Veena Nair, “New spectrophotometric determination of Hydrochlothiazide in tablets using mixed hydrotropic solubilization technique” Scholar research library, Dern Pharmacia Lettre, 2010, 2 (1), 70-74 (Details spectrophotometric estimation blend of sodium benzoate, sodium acetate, urea, niacinamide)
  64. R.K.Maheshwari, “Potentiation of solvent character by mixed solvency concept: A novel concept of solubilization,” Journal of Pharmacy research, 2010, 3 (2), 411-413 (Details titrimetry 15% niacinamide in ethanol)
  65. R.K.Maheshwari, Mithun Singh Rajput, Satyabharat Sharma, “Simple titrimetric method to estimate ketoprofen in bulk using mixed hydrotropy”, Journal of Pharmacy research, 2010, 3 (3), 442-43 (Details titrimetry 30%Urea and 30% sodium citrate)
  66. R.K.Maheshwari and Shruti Moondra, “A novel method for quantitative determination of aceclofeac in bulk drug and tablets using sodium salicylate as a hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” Journal of advanced Pharmaceutical technology and research, 2010, 1(1), 78-82 (Details tirimetry 2.5 M Sodium salicylate)
  67. R.K.Maheshwari, Archana Agarwal, Amit Rathore, “New spectrophotometric method to determine Ketoprofen in tablet dosage form using mixed hydrotropy,” International journal of chemical and analytical science, 2010, 1(4), 62-63 (Details spectrophotometric estimation 30 %Urea ad 30% sodium cireate)
  68. R.K.Maheshwari, Neha Rai, Satyabharat Sharma, Mithun S Rajput, Sanjeev Soni, “New titrimetric analysis of frusemide in bulk and tablets using mixed hydrotropy concept,” Drug invention today, 2010, 2 (4), 223-225 (Details Titrimetric, 0.5 M Urea + 1M Sodium acetate + 0.4 M Sodium citrate)
  69. R.K.Maheshwari, Garvita Joshi, SC Mahajan, “Novel application of hydrotropy in thin layer chromatography,” Indian Pharmacist, 2010 IX, 57-59
  70. R.K.Maheshwari, Agarwal Archana, Rathore Amit, Agrawal Megha, “Ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of atenolol tablets using metformine HCl as a hydrotropic agent,” Journal of global pharma technology, 2010, 2 (4),93-96 (Details Spectrophotometric estimation, 1 M metformin HCl)
  71. R.K.Maheshwari, “Mixed – Solvency approach – a boon for solubilization of poorly water- soluble drugs,” Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics,2010, 4(1), 60-63
  72. R.K.Maheshwari, “Mixed – Solvency approach – a boon for solubilization of poorly water- soluble drugs,” Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics,2010, 2(4), 60-63
  73. R.K.Maheshwari, Chanpreet Juneja, Nitin Juneja, “Application of mixed – hydrotropic solubilization concept in spectrophotometric concept in spectrophotometric analysis of frusemide in tablet dosage form,” The Pharma research, 2010, 3, 243-248 (Details: Spectrophotometric estimation, 5 M sodium citrate, 1 M sodium acetate, 0.4M Sodium citrate)
  74. Harish Kumar Chandrawanshi, Urmila Pilaniya, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari. Neerja Gupta, Kavita Piilaniya, “New spectrophotometric analysis of metronidazole in tablet using N.N-dimethyl urea as a hydrotropic solubilizing agent”, Invent Rapid: Pharma Anal & Qual Assur, 2010,1 (1) (Details spectrophotometric estimation 0.5 M NNDU)
  75. Jain PK, Abhilasha Thakur, Jain Anurekha, Modi Anuj, R.K. Maheshwari, “New spectophotometric method for the estimation of gatifloxacin in tablets using NNDU as hydrotropic agent,” Journal of global Pharma technology, 2010, 2, 117-119  (Details spectrophotometric estimation 7.5 M NNDU)
  76. RK Maheshwari, VK Srivastav, RP Prajapat,A. Jain, P.  Kamaria, S. Sahu, “New  spectrophotometric estimation of Ornidazole tablets employing urea as a hydrotropic additive Indian journal of Pharmaceutical scinces,” 2010, 72, 258-261, (Detils spectrophotometric estimation 10 M Urea)
  77. Gajanand E, Maheshwari RK, Agrawal M, Agrawal A, “Simultaneous estimation of paracetamol and aceclofenac in combined tablet formulation using hydrotropic solubilization technique,” International journal of chemical and analytical science, 2010, 1(6), 118-120 (Details Spctrophotometric estimation, Blend of 20% Urea and 20% sodium citrate). ( Impact factor- 0.651).
  78. RK Maheshwari, A. Indurkhya, “Formulation and evaluation of Aceclofenac injection made by the use of mixed hydrotropic solubilization technique,” Iranian journal of pharmaceutical research, 2010, 9, 123-132 (details: 30% Urea and 30% sodium citrate)
  79. R.K.Maheshwari, Moondra S, More M, Prajapati SP, Verma S, “Quantitative spectrophotometric determination of cefixime tablet formulation using sodium tartarate as hydrotropic agent.” International journal of pharmacy and technology 2010, 2, 828-836. (Details spectrophotometric estimation 2 M sodium tartarate)
  80. R.K.Maheshwari, Indurkhya A, “Novel application of mixed hydrotropic solubilization technique in the formulation and evaluation of hydrotropic solid dispersion of aceclofenac,” Asian Journal of pharmaceutics 2010, 235
  81. Mahajan RP, Maheshwari RK, Mahajan SC, “Spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen using N.N-dimethyl urea as a hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” 2010, 67-69 (Details spectrophotometric estimation 7.5 M NNDU)
  82. R.K.Maheshwari, Prasad S, Pandey P, Wanare G, “Novel spectrophotometric analysis of piroxicam tablet using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” International journal of pharmaceutical sciences and drug research 2010: 2, 210-212 (Details spectrophotometric estimation, 1.5 M Ibuprofen sodium)
  83. R.K.Maheshwari, Mathur V, Yamini S, Singh RM, “Ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of diclofenac sodium tablets using N.N-dimethyl urea as a hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” International research journal of pharmacy: 2010, 1. 157-160 (Details spectrophotometric estimation 7.5 M NNDU)
  84. Maliwal Deepika, jain Anurekha, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, New simple and economical spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole and ofloxacin in combined tablet formulation using hydrotropy,” inventi Rapid : Pharm Ana & Qual Assur, 2, 1 (Details spectrophotometric estimation 8 M Urea)
  85. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, M Saxena, M Gahalot, R. Chaki, M. Kinariwala, Y. Jagwani, “Novel application of
    hydrotropic solubilizing additives in estimation of Aspirin in tablets,” Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical
    Sciences, 2010, 72(5): 649-651(Details titrimetric estimation 0.5 M ibuprofen sodium)
  86. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, S Lakkadwala, R Vyas, P Ghode, “Spectrophotometric determination of naproxen tablets using niacinamide a hydrotropic solubilizing additivejournal of current pharmaceutical research,” 2010, 04, 11-14 (Details spectrophotometric estimation 2 M niacinamide)
  87. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Saurabh Mishra, Raman Rai, Shailesh Patel, Gaurav Jain, MS Rajput, “Ecofriendly methods for the quantitative estimation of phenylbutazone in bulk sample using hydrotropic agent,” Inventi
    Rapid: Pharm Ana & Qual Assur 2011, 2(2): (Details: 2 M sodium benzoate solution and 1 M ibuprofen sodium)
  88. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Saurabh Gupta, Abhishek Gharia, SK Garg, Rajendra Shilpkar, “Simple ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole tablets by application of mixed solvency technique”, Bulletin of pharmaceutical research, 2011,:1(1): 22-5 (spectrophotometric estimation Details: mixed solvent blends)
  89. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Sangeeta Jawalkar, Firdus Jahan, S Patel, Disha mehtani, “Application of mixed hydrotropy in titrimetric analysis of aceclofenac bulk drug sample,” Bulletin of pharmaceutical research, 2011,:1(1): 44-46 (Details: titrimetric analysis 20% N,N-dimethyl urea + 20% sodium citrate)
  90. Neha Bhawasar, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Aasif Ansari, Yashwardhan Saktawat, “New spectrophotometric estimation of gatifloxacin in the tablets using mixed solvency approach”, international journal of pharma and biosciences, 2011,:2(2): 270-274 (Details: spectrophotometric estimation using mixed solvents)
  91. Archana Mehrotra, Gaurav Malaviya, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, “Application of mixed hydrotropy in spectrophotometric analysis of frusemide in different formulation”, Bulletin of pharmaceutical research, 2011,:1(2): 15-21(Details: spectrophotometric estimation 30% urea, 13.6% sodium acetate and 11.8% sodium citrate)
  92. Masheer Ahmed Khan, RK Maheshwari, “Studies of relationship between swelling and drug release in the sustained release hydrophilic matrices containing different grades of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose”. Research Journal of pharmaceutical, biological and chemical sciences, 2011, 2(4), 970-975
  93. Gurjar, M, Patidar A, Agrawal, S., Maheshwari RK, “Analytical application of hydrotropic solubilization in spectrophotometric determination of naproxen in tablet dosage form,” International journal of pharmaceutical and biological archives, 2011, 2, 1479-80. (Details: spectrophotometric estimation 7.5 M N,N-dimethyl urea solution)
  94. RK Maheshwari and R. Rajagopalan, “Formulation and evaluation of tinidazole syrup made by mixed solvency concept”, Der Pharmacia Lettre,  2011, 3 (6): 266-271.
  95. RK Maheshwari and Y. Jagwani, “Mixed hydrotropy: Novel science of solubility enhancement” Indian Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, 2011, 73, 179-183
  96. RK Maheshwari and Archana Agarwal, “Formulation development and evaluation of in situ nasal gel of poorly water soluble drug using mixed solvency concept,” Asian Journal of Pharmaceutics, 2011, 5(3), 131-140.
  97. RK Maheshwari and R. Rajagopalan, “Formulation and evaluation of paracetamol syrup made by mixed solvency concept”. Der Pharmacia Lettre,  2012, 4 (1): 170-174.
  98. R K Maheshwari, Amit Rathore, Archna Agrawal, Megha A. Gupta, “New spectrophotometric estimation of indomethacin capsules with niacinamide as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”, Pharmaceutical Methods, 2011, 2, 184-188.
  99. R K Maheshwari, Navneet Upadhyaya, Jitendra Jain, Mittal Patani, Khemchand Mathuria, “New spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen tablet formulations employing mixed-solvency concept (at 331 nm)”, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Technology, 2011, 3, 3618-3623.
  100. R K Maheshwari, Mahendra Shukla, “Application of mixed-solvency concept in spectrophotomeric estimation of gatifloxacin tablets”, IJPI’S Journal of Analytical Chemistry, 2012, 2, 20-23.
  101. Shailendra Pandey, R K Maheshwari, “A novel spectrophotometric method for the estimation of ketoprofen in tablet dosage form using hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon”, World Applied Science Journal, 2010, 6, 209-212. ( Impact factor- 0.2).
  102. RK Maheshwari and Rajendra Shilpkar, “Formulation development and evaluation of injection of poorly soluble drug using  mixed solvency concept”, International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences,  2012, 3 : 179-189.
  103. R K Maheshwari, Navneet Upadhyaya, Jitendra Jain, Mittal Patani, Ravikant Pandey, “New spectrophotometric analysis of gatifloxacin tablets utilizing mixed-solvency concept (at 288 nm)”, Der Pharmacia Lettre,  2012, 4: 01-04.
  104. Masheer Ahmad Khan, Prateeti Kaushik, R K Maheshwari, “Novel application of mixed-solvency concept in eco-friendly quantitative analysis of bulk drug of diclofenac sodium” Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 2012,2, p. 121-122.
  105. Nilesh Jain, Ruchi Jain, Deepak Kumar Jain, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Surendra Jain, “Novel UV spectrophotometric method for quantitative estimation of furazolidone using mixed hydrotropic agent”, Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2013, 26, 159-162. ( Impact factor- 0.7).
  106. Maheshwari R K and Patel S K, “Formulation development and evaluation of SEDDS of poorly soluble drug made by novel application of mixed-solvency concept”, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2012, 4, 51-56.
  107. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Shekhar Kumar, Neha Bhawsar, Asif Ansari, “Titrimetric analysis of ketoprofen in the bulk drug sample using sodium citrate as hydrotropic agent”,  International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences,  2013, 4 : 58-61.( Impact factor- 0.47).
  108. Shailendra Singh Solanki, Love Kumar Soni, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, “Study on mixed-solvency concept in formulation development of poorly water soluble drug” , Journal of Pharmaceutics, 2013, Article I D – 678132, 8 pages.
  109. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Vikram Urjit Karwande, “Application of novel concept of mixed-solvency in the design and development of floating microspheres of furosemide, International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2013, 5, 167-175. ( Impact factor- 1.3).
  110. Jayronia sonali,Yadav Kamaldeep, Sharma Bhumika, Jain Sanjay, Maheshwari Rajesh Kumar, “Hydrotropy : A novel approach in estimation of poorly aqueous by TLC , International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2013, 5, 176-178. ( Impact factor- 1.3).
  111. Mixed solvency concept in reducing surfactant concentration of self emulsifying drug delivery system of candesartan cilexetil using D-optimal mixture design, Chandna Chandna, Maheshwari RK, Asian J of Phamacutics, 2013,Vol.7,83-91. (Impact Factor- 0.46.)
  112. Ruchi Jain, Nilesh Jain, R K Maheshwari, Surendra Jain, Quantitative estimation of levofloxacin and ornidazole by UV spectrophotometer: A mixed hydrotropy solubilization approach Int.J Pharmacetical Sciences and Research, 2013 Vol.4 (8),3073-79.(Impact factor 0.36).
  113. Prashant B; Swati Rawat, Y.Y. Mahajan, UC Galgatte, RK Maheshwari, Formulation  development and evaluation of aqueous injection of poorly soluble drug made by novel application of mixed solvency concept- International Journal of Drug Delivery ,Vol.5,No.2(2013) , (Impact Factor-1.02).
  114. Yash Maheshwari, D.K. Mishra SC Mahajan, Prachi Maheshwari, RK Maheshwari, V. Jain,  Novel pharmaceutical application of mixed solvency  in the formulation development of syrups (liquid oral solution) of poorly water soluble drugs, International Journal of Pharmacy, 2013,3(4):753-758.(Naproxen&Furosemide).
  115. Lov Kumar Soni, Shailendra Singh Solanki, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Solubilization of poorly water soluble drug using mixed solvency approach for aqueous  injection; British Journal of Pharmacetical Research, 2014,Vol.4(5), p.549-568.
  116. Shweta Agrawal, R K Maheshwari, Formulation development of in-situ nasal drug delivery   system of poorly water soluble drug (indomethacin) using mixed solvency concept and their evaluation;, Bulletin of Pharmaceutical and medical Sciences, 2014,Vol.2, Issue1, 2128-2138.
  117. – Gayakwad PS, Gavit  AJ, Rajput PV, Bari MM ,Barhate SD, Maheshwari RK, Formulation development and evaluation of an aqueous injection of gatifloxacin by novel mixed solvency technique, World Journal of Pharmacetical Research, 2014,Vol.3, Issue 4,1642-64.
  118. Shailendra Singh Solanki, Gajanand Engla,Ankit Jain,Upendra Bhadoriya, RK Maheshwari, Analytical application of lignocain  hydrochoride  as hydrotropic solubilizing  agent, Scholars Academic Journal of Pharmacy ,2014, 3(5):397-400.
  119. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari,  Solid as Solvent: Novel spectrophotometric analysis of satranidazole tablets using phenol as solvent, The Indian Pharmacist, 2014, Vol.XII,  No.3,37-40.
  120. R.K.Maheshwari, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of norfloxacin tablets using phenol as solvent, International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical  Research 2014,6 (4):76-8.
  121. R.K.Maheshwari, Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of frusemide tablets using phenol as solvent; Bulletin of Pharmaceutical Research 2014;4(2):104-7.
  122. R. K Maheshwari, Akshay Fouzdar, “Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of solid dosage form of nalidixic acid using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2014;1(3):424-430.
  123. R. K. Maheshwari, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analysis of tinidazole tablets using melted phenol as solvent, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research  2015;5(1):21-24.
  124. R. K. Maheshwari, Murtza Putliwala, Anirudh Putliwala, Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen in tablet dosage form using  solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agent (mixed solvency concept), Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Research  2015;5(1):25-28.
  125. Maheshwari, R. K., Padiyar,A, Putliwala, M., Utilization of mixed solvency technique in spectrophotometric analysis of cefixime trihydrate tablets, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Analysis 2015;5(1):01-03.
  126. R. K. Maheshwari, S. Jawade, A. Fouzdar, Formulation development of aqueous injection of poorly soluble drug using mixed hydrotropic solubilization concept and its evaluation, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research 2015;7(1):08-12.
  127. R. K. Maheshwari, Naveen Chaklan, Sugandha Singh, Novel pharmaceutical application of mixed solvency concept for development of solid dispersions of piroxicam, European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2015;1(3):578-591.  
  128. Deepak Kumar Jain, Vijay Patel, Laxmi Banjare, Nilesh Jain and R. K. Maheshwari, “Solid as solvent”- Novel technique for spectrophotometric analysis of ornidazole tablets using melted phenol as solvent, Asian Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences  2014;4(40):26-29.
  129. R. K Maheshwari, Solid as solvent”- “Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of piroxicam tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), The Pharma Review  2015;Jan-Feb:113-117.
  130. Deepak Kumar Jain, Vijay Kumar Patel, Shalini Bazaz, Nilesh Jain and R. K. Maheshwari, Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of solid dosage forms of tinidazole using  solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agent (mixed solvency concept), World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2015;4:763-769.
  131. Maheshwari R K, Jain R and George P, Formulatio development and evaluation of controlled release tablets of lamotrigine using mixed solvency concept, Bulletin of Pharmaceutical Research 2015;5(1):14-19.
  132. R.K.Maheshwari, Priya George, Akshay Fouzdar and Sugandha Singh  “Solid as solvent”- Novel approach for spectrophotometric analytical technique for nalidixic acid tablets using  solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agent (mixed solvency concept), International Journal of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Analysis 2015;2(1):42-45.
  133. R. K Maheshwari, Shailendra Singh Solanki and Lov Kumar Soni, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric technique for frusemide tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), International Journal of Advances in Pharmaceutical Research 2015;6(5):147-150.
  134. R. K. Maheshwari and R. Dahima, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analysis of indomethacin capsules using melted phenol as solvent, Der Pharma Chemica  2015;7(5):112-115.
  135. R. K Maheshwari, Fouzdar A, Singh S and George P,  “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for ornidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), Indian Drugs  2015;52(6):43-45.
  136.  R. K Maheshwari, Sugandha Singh, Priya George and Akshay Fouzdar  “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for satranidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), Innovative Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences  2015;1(1):26-29.
  137. Shailendra Singh Solanki, Gajendra Engla, Anshu Joshi, R K Maheshwari, Application of mixed hydrotropy to analyze piroxicam tablets spectrophotometrically 2015; 5(3):132-135.
  138. R K Maheshwari, Payal Jain, Deepak Kumar, Devika Parkhe, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences  2015;2(4):1011- 1018.
  139. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Ravish Jain and Priya George, Formulation development and evaluation of controlled release tablets of lamotrigine using mixed solvency concept, Bulletin of Pharmaceutical Research 2015;5(1):14-19.
  140. R K Maheshwari, Love Kumar Soni and Shailendra Singh Solanki, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analysis of naproxen tablets using melted phenol as solvent (concept of mixed solvency), International Journal of Pharma Research and Review  2015;4(6):7- 10.
  141. R K Maheshwari, Pramod Vamoriya, Aparajit Joshi and  Shraddha Kori, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analysis of metronidzole tablets using  phenol as solvent, European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences  2015;2(4):1240- 1247.
  142. Ashish Singh and R K Maheshwari, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for quantitative estimation of piroxicam in tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2016;5(2):1560-1567.
  143. Love Kumar Soni, Shailendra Singh Solanki, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, “Studies on mixed solvency concept in formulation development of oral solution (syrup) of poorly water soluble drugs, Journal of Harmonized Research in Pharmacy 2015;4(4):305-315.
  144. R K Maheshwari, Akash P Shah, Lovkush Pandey, Shivam Prasad Tiwari,  “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for quantitative analysis of tinidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), The Pharma Innovation Journal 2015;5(3):26-27.
  145. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Masheer Ahmad Khan, Nupur Maheshwari, Neelesh Maheshwari, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analytical method for metronidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology 2016;9(6):705-708.
  146. Love Kumar Soni, Shailendra Singh Solanki, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Evaluation of analgesic, anti-inflammatory and ulcerogenic liability of oral solution (syrup) formulation development by novel mixed solvency concept, Adv Pharmacol Toxicol 2015;16:21-30.
  147. Love Kumar Soni, Shailendra Singh Solanki, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Biochemical, haematological and histopathological studies of oral solution (syrup) formulation and mixed solvent system, Int J Pharmacol Bio Sci 2015;9:15-26.
  148. Soni LK, Solanki SS, Maheshwari RK, Design and evaluation of solid dispersion of poorly water soluble drugs, Int J Pharm Sci Res 2015, 173-175.
  149. R K Maheshwari, R Dahima, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analysis of piroxicam tablets using phenol as solvent, Panacea Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2016;5(1):01-08.
  150. R K Maheshwari, Sunil Goyal, Rohit Adhav, Priyanka Vaswani, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analysis of piroxicam tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), International Journal of Pharmaceutical Erudition 2016;6(2):12-19.
  151. Padiyar A, Maheshwari RK and Jain S, Formulation and development of high concentration diclofenac sodium injection using mixed solvency concept and its evaluation, International Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutics 2016;6(2):78-84.
  152. R K Maheshwari, Shraddha Kori, Neha Sonkesariya and Aparajit Joshi, “Solid as solvent”- Spectrophotometric estimation of satranidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and lignocaine hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2017;6(3):628-634.
  153. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Nupur Maheshwari, Neelesh Maheshwari, Tilotma Sahu, Jitendra Jain, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analytical method for quantitative estimation of gatifloxacin tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and lignocaine hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2017;4(8):644-648.
  154. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Development and validation of simple uv-spectrophotometric method of quantitation of ondansatron hydrochloride in solid dosage formulations using hydrotropic solubilization technique, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Drug Research 2017;9(5):210-213.
  155. Rajesh K Maheshwari, Rashmi Dahima “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for quantitative estimation of tinidazole in tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and lignocaine hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics 2017;7(3):127-130.
  156. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Development and validation of simple uv-spectrophotometric method of quantitation of nifedipine in solid dosage formulations using mixed solvency concept, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 2017;6(13):2014-1021.
  157. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Development and validation of simple uv-spectrophotometric method of quantitation of diazepam in bulk drug and solid dosage formulation using mixed solvency concept, International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research 2017;9(6):15-17.
  158. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Development and validation of simple uv-spectrophotometric method of quantitation of domperidone in solid dosage formulations using using mixed solvency concept, Research and Reviews:A Journal of Drug Design and Discovery 2017;4(2):19-23.
  159. R K Maheshwari, Ritu Sharma, “Solid as solvent”- Novel spectrophotometric analysis of saranidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), The Pharma Innovation Journal 2016;5(2):42-43.
  160. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Simultaneous estimation of ofloxacin and tinidazole in solid dosage form by uv-spectrophotometry using mixed solvency concept, European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 2017;4(12):413-418.
  161. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Development and validation of simple uv-spectrophotometric method of quantitation of domperidone in solid dosage formulations using using mixed solvency concept, European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2017;4(12):548-551.
  162. Anirudh Padiyar, R K Maheshwari, Novel dry injection for reconstitution of aspirin using solid solubilizers, Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics 2017;7(7):44-45.
  163. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Development and validation of simple uv-spectrophotometric method of quantitation of indomethacin in solid dosage formulation using using mixed solvency concept, The Pharma Innovation Journal 2017;6(12):453-456.
  164. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Development and validation of simple uv-spectrophotometric method of quantitation of ornidazole solid dosage formulation using using mixed solvency concept, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2018;7(1):824-832.
  165. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, Simultaneous estimation of norfloxacin and tinidazole in solid dosage form by uv-spectrophotometry using mixed solvency concept, World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 2018;4(1):112-117.
  166. Sanjay Jain, R K Maheshwari, Rajesh Kumar Nema, Indrajeet Singhvi, New spectrophotometric estimation frusemide in the tablets using mixed solvency concept, International Journal of Current Advanced Research 2017;6(12):8510-8513.

PAPERS PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES 

  1. R.K. Maheshwari, Vikash Chavda, Kaustuv Sahu, Shiju Varghese , “Analysis of bulk sample of salicylic acid by application of hydrotropic solubilization method”,  (58th IPC, Mumbai, 2006).
  2. R.K. Maheshwari, H.M. Gupta, M. Singh, U. Ramchandani, S.P. Pandey “A novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the spectrophotometric analysis of gatifloxacin in solid dosage form”, (58th IPC, Mumbai, 2006).
  3. R.K. Maheshwari, N. Dubey, Nitin Dubey, Pankaj Pandey, Mahaveer Singh, “Application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in the spectrophotometric analysis of cefixime tablets” (58th IPC, Mumbai, 2006).
  4. Masheer Ahmad Khan, R. K. Maheshwari, “Optimization of chlorpheniramine maleate sustained release matrix tablets”, (59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  5. R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi, N. K. Jain, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the preparation of solid dispersion  of poorly water soluble drugs”(59th  IPC,   Varanasi, 2007).
  6. R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi, N. K. Jain, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the preparation of syrup (liquid  oral  solution) of  poorly water soluble drugs”(59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  7. Nager Mona, R. K. Maheshwari, Roy S. B., Ramchandani U., “Taste masking of fexofenadine hydrochlorthiazide and development of its mouth dissolving dosage form”(59th IPC,  Varanasi, 2007).
  8. R. K. Maheshwari, Arpna Indurkhya, Shraddha Jawade, Yitesh Jagwani,
    “New spectrophotometric estimation of method for gatifloxacin using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing additive”(59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  9. R. K. Maheshwari, Arpna Indurkhya, Shraddha Jawade, Yitesh Jagwani,
    “New spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen tablets employing  sodium  benzoate as hydrotropic additive”(59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  10. R. K. Maheshwari, Anshu Joshi, Ankita kapoor, Priyamvda Sharma,
    “New spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole tablet using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  11. R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi, N. K. Jain,
    “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in spectrophotometric determination of atenolol in its tablets”(59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  12. R. K. Maheshwari, R. P. Prajapat, V. K. Srivastava, S. R. Bishnoi, “New spectrophotometric estimation of ornidazole tablet using urea as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”(59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  13. R. K. Maheshwari, Naveen Chaklan, Vikas Saklecha, Virendra Singh Yadav, Amit Kumar Solanki, R. Rajgopalan, “New spectrophotometric estimation of ornidazole tablet using sodium benzoate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”(59th IPC, Varanasi, 2007).
  14. R. K. Maheshwari, A. K. Solanki, V. S. Yadav “New analytical method to estimate salicylic acid in the bulk drug sample using hydrotropy” (59th IPC, Varanasi).
  15. R. K. Maheshwari, Rajesh Sharma, “New spectrophotometric determination of naproxen tablets using niacinamide as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”(59th IPC,  Varanasi, 2007).
  16. R. K. Maheshwari, Ravi Shanker  Shulka, “Application of hydrotropic solubilization phenomenon in spectrophotometric analysis of hydrochlorthiazide tablets” (59th IPC,  Varanasi, 2007).
  17. R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi, N. K. Jain, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the preparation of solid dispersion of poorly water soluble drugs” (12th APTI Annual National Convention, Chandigarh, 2007).
  18. A. Kumar, V. Chavda, K. Sahoo, R. K. Maheshwari, “Development and in vitro characterization of aceclofenac agglomerates by novel crystallo-co-agglomeration technique”(12th APTI Annual National Convention, Chandigarh, 2007).
  19. R. K. Maheshwari, N. Chaklan, R. Rajagopalan, “Quantitative analysis of salicylic acid using sodium tartrate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent,” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  20. R. K. Maheshwari, R. Rajagopalan, N. Chaklan, “Quantitative analysis of cefixime tablets employing calcium disodium edetateas hydrotropic solubilizing additive”, (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  21. R. K. Maheshwari, Y Jagwani, “Furosimide analysis; “ A new era of hydrotropic analysis”, (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  22. R. K. Maheshwari, A.S. Baghel, K. Agnihotri, S.K.Singh,VKSrivastava, D.Kumar and S.R.Bisnoi, “A novel method of quantitative spectrophotometric determination of nalidixic acid tablet formulation using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”, (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  23. R. K. Maheshwari, Nishi Nayak, Prajakta Joshi, Gajanan Wanare, Nitika Chahar, “Quantitative estimation of naproxen in tablets using Ibuprofen Sodium as hydrotropic agent”, (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  24. R. K. Maheshwari, S.R.Bisnoi, D kumar, A Khandelwal, K. Agnihotri, R.P. Prajapat, M.K. Akula, “Eco friendly method to estimate ibuprofen in bulk drug using Ibuprofen Sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  25. R. K. Maheshwari, S.R.Bisnoi, D kumar,S.K. Singh, A.S. Baghel, V.K.Srivastava, “Eco friendly method to esdtimate ibuprofen in tablets using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  26. R. K. Maheshwari, Shradha Jawade, “Novel application of mixed hydrotropy  spectrophotometric analysis of poorly water soluble drug” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  27. R. K. Maheshwari, D.Arif, P. Mital, P. Manchadani, A, Indurkhya, S. Jawade, “A novel method for quantitative determination of aceclofenac in bulk and tablets using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  28. R. K. Maheshwari, M.Galhot, M. Saxena, M. Kinariwala, R. Chaki, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilizing additives in estimation of aspirin in tablets” , (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  29. Y. Jagwani and R. K. Maheshwari, “Practical issues of schedule Y ammendment 2005” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  30. R. K. Maheshwari, N,Chaklan, L. Sampath, “Formulation development of Propranolol hydrochloride as sustained release hydrotropic matrix tablet”, (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  31. R. K. Maheshwari, S. C. Chaturvedi,  N. K. Jain, “Novel application of hydrotropic solubilization in the preparation of syrup(Liquid oral solution) of poorly water- soluble drugs” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  32. R. K. Maheshwari and Arpna Indurkhya “Novel application of mixed hydrotropic solubilization technique in the formulation and evaluation of solid dispersion of Aceclofenac,” (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  33. K.S. Rathore, R.K.Nema, J.S. Dangi and R. K. Maheshwari “Hydrotropic Solubilization: Novel Pharmaceutical Applications”, (13th APTI Annual National Convention, Bilaspur, 2008)
  34. R. K. Maheshwari, Ritu Chobey, Manoj Moore, Shikhar Verma, “Ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole tablets using lidocaine hydrochloride as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  35. R.K.Maheshwari, Jain Neha, Behrani Pankaj, “Quantitative spectrophotometric estimation of indomethacin capsules using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  36. R.K.Maheshwari, Shruti Moondra, Pankaj Behrani , Aman Agarwal. “Quantitative spectrophotometric determination of cefixime tablet formulation using sodium tetraborate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  37. R K Maheshwari, Archana Agarwal Sonali Jayronia, Amit rathore, “New spectrophotometric estimation of indomethacin capsules with niacinamide as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  38. R.K.Maheshwari, Archna Agarwal, Sonali Jayronia, Amit Rathore. “Ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of Atenolol  tablets using metformin HCL as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  39. R.K.Maheshwari, Neha Pandey, Chandan Chandna, Vipul Chauhan. “Quantitative spectrophotometric estimation of Ketoprofen tablets using sodium citrate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  40. R.K.Maheshwari, Archna Agarwal, Sonali Jayronia, Amit Rathore. “New spectrophotometric method to determine Ketoprofen in tablet dosage form using mixed hydrotropy” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  41. R.K.Maheshwari, Ravish Jain, Rajeev Patel, Umesh Atneriya. “Quantitative spectrophotometric estimation of hydrochlorthiazide tablets using mixed hydrotropy” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  42. R.K.Maheshwari, Vikram Karwande, Ravish Jain, Chandan Chandna. “Quantitative spectrophotometric estimation of metronidazole tablets with the help of urea as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”, (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  43. R.K.Maheshwari, Chandan Chandna Umesh Atneriya Nitin Jaiswal. “Eco-friendly method to determine ibuprofen content in bulk and tablet formulation and using chlorpheniramine maleate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”, (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).  
  44. R.K.Maheshwari, Vipul Chauhan, Ravish Jain, Anek Patil. “Quantitative estimation of naproxen in bulk and tablet formulation using sodium salicylate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent”,  (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  45. R.K.Maheshwari, Vikram Karwande, Ravish Jain, Umesh Atneriya, “Simple titrimetric estimation of aspirin bulk drug sample using hydrotropic solubilization technique”,  (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  46. R.K.Maheshwari, Shruti Moondra. “Quantitative titrimetric estimation of aceclofenac bulk drug and tablets using sodium salicylate as hydrotropic solubilizing agent” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  47. K. Agnihotri, M. Tripathi, R.K. Maheshwari, “Design, development and evaluation of sustained release matrix tablets of stavudine”, (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  48. R.K.Maheshwari and Arpana Indurkhya “Formulation and evaluation of aceclofenac injection made by use of mixed hydrotropic solubilization techniques” (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  49. R.K.Maheshwari and Yitesh Jagwani. “Fast dissolving solid dispersions”- A novel application of mixed hydrotropy ”, (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  50. Dash G.S., Rajgopalan R., Chaklan N., Maheshwri R.K. “Taste masking of sildenafil citrate and development of its dispersible tablet dosage form”, (60th IPC, Delhi 2008).
  51. RK Maheshwari, Shailesh K Patel, Disha Mehtani, Aditi Sharma, Sandeep K Patle, Kavita Verma, Rajendra Shilpkar, Sangeeta Jawalkar, “New quantitative estimation method for ketoprofen in bulk drug sample using N,N dimethyl urea as hydrotropic agent (14th APTI Annual National convention, Jodhpur 2009)
  52. RK Maheshwari, Saurabh Mishra, Rajendra Shilpkar, Vipin Deshmukh, Shailesh Patel “Ecofriendly method for the quantitative estimation of phenylbutazone in the bulk sample using sodium benzoate as hydrotropic agent, ” (14th APTI Annual National convention, Jodhpur 2009)
  53. V Dubey, C Chandan, RK Maheshwari, “Formulation development of celecoxib gel and enhancement of its permeation” (14th APTI Annual National convention, Jodhpur 2009)
  54. Bharath R, Jain R, RK Maheshwari, “Formulation and evaluation of parenteral dosage form of chlorthalidone” (14th APTI Annual National convention, Jodhpur 2009)
  55. RK Maheshwari and Anshu Joshi, “Enhancement of transdermal permeation and formulation of transdermal hydrogel of a poorly water soluble drug using mixed solvency approach” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmadabad)d
  56. RK Maheshwari and R Rajgopalan, “Novel pharmaceutical application of mixed solvency in the formulation development of syrup (liquid oral formulation) of poorly water soluble drugs” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  57. Murthy MG, Indurkhya A, RK Maheshwari, Pathak VN, “Studies on celecoxib solid dispersion” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  58. RK Maheshwari, Disha mehtani, Aditi Sharma, Abhishek Gharia, “New quantitative estimation of frusemide in bulk drug sample and in tablets using NN dimethyl urea as hydrotropic agent” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  59. RK Maheshwari, Anila Parashar, Yamini Satrwala, Shailesh Patel, “Ecofriendly quantitative estimation of ibuprofen in the bulk drug sample and tablets in NN dimethyl urea as hydrotropic agent” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  60. RK Maheshwari, Neha Pandey, Saurabh Mishra,  Aditi Sharma, “New spectrophotometric estimation of famotidine in tablet using NN dimethyl urea as hydrotropic agent” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  61. Gori Nagar, RK Maheshwari, Shikha Agarwal, PK Dubey, “New quantitative estimation of naproxen in bulk drug sample by hydrotropy” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  62. RK Maheshwari, D Tiwari, M Nagar, V Agrahari, “Ecofriendly spectrophotometric analysis of naproxen in solid dosage form using hydrotropic solution of sodium benzoate” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmadabad)
  63. RK Maheshwari and Riupriya Mahajan “New spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen in tablets using NN dimethyl urea as hydrotropic agent” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmadabad)
  64. RK Maheshwari, Archana Agarwal, Amit Rathore, Megha Agarwal, “Global integration strategies and their impact on pharmaceutical sectors,” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  65. RK Maheshwari, Karwande V, Jain R, C Chandna, “Applicability of Swiss type claims in India,” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmedabad)
  66. RK Maheshwari, V Karwande , Jain R, C Chandna, “Evergreening of patents: India’s measure for tackling it”(61st IPC 2009, Ahmadabad)
  67. V Karwande , Jain R, C Chandna, R K Maheshwari, “Public private partnership in pharmaceutical product development,” (61st IPC 2009, Ahmadabad)
  68. RK Maheshwari vipin Deshmukh, saurabh Gupta, Rajendra Shilpkar, Sonu Kumar Garg “New method for quantitative estimation of benzoic acid using ibuprofen sodium as hydrotropic agent” (15th APTI convention, Hyderabad, 2010)
  69. RK Maheshwari, Saurabh Gupta, Abhishek Gharia, Saurbh Mishra  Sonu Kumar Garg, “Simple ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole tablets by application of mixed solvency technique” (15th APTI convention, Hyderabad, 2010)
  70. RK Maheshwari, Shailesh Patel, Vipin Deshmukh, Rohit Jadam, Saurbh Mishra, “New titrimetric estimation of aceclofenac in tablets using mixed hydrotropy”, (15th APTI convention, Hyderabad, 2010)
  71. RK Maheshwari, ,  Sonu Kumar Garg Saurabh Gupta, Shailesh Patel, sandeep  patle, “Spectrophotometric estimation of aceclofenac tablets using mixed hydrotropic blend of sodium citrate and dimethyl urea” (15th APTI convention, Hyderabad, 2010)
  72. RK Maheshwari, Saurbh Mishra, Shailesh Patel, Vipin Deshmukh, Shivakanth Patel, “New spectrophhotometric estimation of Naproxen tablets using mixed hydrotropic blend of consisting of sodium citrate and dimethyl urea” (15th APTI convention, Hyderabad, 2010)
  73. RK Maheshwari, R Singh, RK Mehta, DK Bhalse, “Novel application of mixed hydrotropic concept in spectrophhotometric estimation of Naproxen in tablets” (62nd IPC Manipal- 2010)
  74. RK Maheshwari, A Jain, UK Diwedi, DK Bhalse, “New spectrophotometric estimation of pirxicam tablets using mixed hydrotropic blend of sodium citrate and dimethyl urea” (62nd IPC Manipal- 2010)
  75. RK Maheshwari, Sangeeta Jawalkar, Firdus  Jahan, Shailesh Patel, “Application of mixed hydrotropy in titrimetric analysis of aceclofenac bulk drug sample” (62nd IPC Manipal- 2010)
  76. RK Maheshwari,  Shailesh Patel, Disha Mehtani, “Application of mixed solvency concept to potentiate the solvent character of pure solvent” (62nd IPC Manipal- 2010)
  77. RK Maheshwari, Disha mehtani, Saurabh Gupta, Shailesh patel, “Development of dissolution media using novel concept of mixed hydrotropic solubilization for hydrophobic drug” (62nd IPC Manipal- 2010)
  78. Jitendra Jain, Anshu Joshi, Slanki SS, RK Maheshwari, “Application of mixed hydrotropy to analyze piroxicam tablets specrophotometrically”, (An international conference on recent advancement in pharmaceutical sciences BHU Varanasi, 2010.)
  79. RK Maheshwari, D. Gayakwad, Poonam Tiwari, “New spectrophotometric analysis of hydrochlothiazide in tablets using NNDU as hydrotropic agent”,  (3rd IPA Convention 2011, Indore) This paper was best research paper in oral presentation in analytical chemistry field
  80. Archana Agarwal and RK Maheshwari, “Formulation development and evaluation of in situ nasal gel of poorly soluble drug using mixed solvency concept”, (3rd IPA Convention 2011, Indore).
  81. RK Maheshwari, Shailesh Patel, Sourabh Gupta, Rajendra Shilpkar, “Novel application ofhydrotropy and mixed hydrotropy concept to potentiate the solvent character of weaker solvents” (3rd IPA Convention 2011, Indore).
  82. Sourabh Gupta, RK maheshwari, Disha Mehtani, Shailesh Patel, “Novel application of hydrotropy and mixed hydrotropy in thin layer chromatography of poorly water soluble drugs” (3rd IPA Convention 2011, Indore).
  83. Masheer Ahmed Khan, RK Maheshwari, “Studies of relationship between swelling and drug release in the sustained release hydrophilic matrices containing different grades of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose” (63rd IPC Bengaluru- 2011)
  84. RK Maheshwari, Bhalse D.K., Yadav N. and Jatwa D, “New application of mixed-solvency concept for spectrophotometric analysis of cefixime in tablet dosage form” (63rd IPC Bengaluru- 2011)
  85. R.K.Maheshwari, Mahendra Shukla, Rohit Khandwal, Amrita Saluja, “Application of mixed solvency concept in spetrophotometric estimation of gatifloxacin tablets” (63rd IPC Bengaluru- 2011)
  86. R.K. Maheshwari, Rohit Khandwal, Soni Ichchha ,Chhajed Urvashi, “New eco-friendly application of mixed – solvency technique in spectrophotometric analysis of diclofenac sodium tablets” (63rd IPC Bengaluru- 2011)
  87. R.K. Maheshwari, Sirole Madhuri, Gaur Lalita, Sarawagi Ritu, “Application of mixed-solvency concept for spectrophotometric analysis of cefixime tablets” (63rd IPC Bengaluru- 2011).
  88. R K Maheshwari, Bharat Verma, “Spectrophotometric analysis of naproxen in solid dosage form at 317 nm using mixed-solvency concept, presented in a National Seminar held at  Globus College of Pharmacy,  Bhopal on 01- 11 – 2012.
  89. Maheshwari R K , Jayronia S, Yadav K, Sharma B, “ Hydrotropy : A novel approach in estimation of poorly aqueous soluble drugs by TLC”, presented in 64th Indian Pharmaceutical Sciences held at Chennai (7-9 Dec 2012).
  90. R.K. Maheshwari, Rohit Khandelwal, Ichchha Soni, Urvashi Chhajed, “ New ecofriendly application of mixed solvency technique in spectrophotometric analysis of diclofenac sodium tablets” (63rd IPC Bengaluru- 2011).
  91. R.K. Maheshwari, Anirudh Padiyar, Murtaza Putliwala, “Utilization of mixed solvency technique in spectrophotometric analysis of cefixime trihydrate tablets” Poster presentation in Pharma Tech EXPO 2013, Smriti College of Pharmacy on 08-10-2013– (Won 2nd prize).
  92. R.K. Maheshwari, Murtaza Putliwala, Anirudh Padiyar, “Novel approach for estimation of gatifloxacin tablet spectrophotometrically using metformin hydrochloride as hydrotropic agent”, poster presentation at Smriti College of Pharmacy (19-10-13) in a National Seminar on Drug discovery and development: Traditional medicine and ethnopharmacology perspectives 2013.
  93. R.K. Maheshwari, Anirudh Padiyar, Murtuza Putliwala,“Ecofriendly quantitative spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole in tablets using N-N dimetyhl urea as hydrotropic agent”, poster presentation at Smriti College of Pharmacy (19-10-2013) in a National Seminar on Drug discovery and development: Traditional medicine and ethnopharmacology perspectives 2013.
  94. R.K. Maheshwari, Sudarshan Singh Tomar, Sourabh Kasera, Akash Maheshwari, “ Quantitative titrimetric analysis of bulk drug sample of naproxen using mixed solvency concept” poster presentation at Smriti College of Pharmacy (19-10-13) in a National Seminar on Drug discovery and development: Traditional medicine and ethnopharmacology perspectives 2013.
  95. R.K. Maheshwari, Sourabh Kasera, Sudarshan Singh Tomar, Akash Maheshwari, “Quantitative titrimetric analysis of naproxen tablets formulation using mixed solvency concept” poster presentation at Smriti College of Pharmacy (19-10-13) in a National Seminar on Drug discovery and development: Traditional medicine and ethnopharmacology perspectives 2013.
  96. Maheshwari R.K., Putliwala M, Padiyar A, “Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen in tablet dosage form using solids        (and niacinamide eutectic liquid of phenol) as solubilizing agents (Mixed solvency concept) (Poster presentation at 65th IPC Noida- 2013).
  97. Maheshwari R.K., Shah Nupur, Tomar Sudarshan,  Akash Maheshwari,“Titrmetric
    analysis of naproxen tablet formulation using mixed solvency concept”, poster presentation at International
    Conference, Nirma Institute of Pharmacy, Jan 2014).
  98. Maheshwari RK, Fouzdar A, “ Solid as solvent” – Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of solid dosage form of nalidixic acid using solids  (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents ( mixed solvency concept), poster presentation on 8-11-2014 at Shankaracharya College of Pharmacy, Bhilai in a national conference on nanoscience and nanotechnology.    
  99. Maheshwari R.K., Kavibhusan S, “ Solid as solvent”- Novel technique for spectrophotometric analysis of ornidazole tablets using melted phenol as solvent  poster presentation on 8-11-2014 at Shankaracharya College of Pharmacy, Bhilai in a national conference on nanoscience and nanotechnology.    
  100. Maheshwari R.K., Jain D, “ Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of
    solid dosage form of tinidazole using solids ( eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide)  as solubilizing agents ( mixed solvency concept) , poster presentation on  8-11-2014 at Shankaracharya College of Pharmacy, Bhilai in a national conference on nanoscience and nanotechnology.
  101. Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari,  Shailendra Singh Solanki, Lov Kumar Soni, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for frusemide tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), poster presentation on 19th Dec 2014 in an International Conference on Emerging Challenges in Biotechnology, Human Health and Environment and 8th Annual Convention of the Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy at School of Biotechnology, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore.
  102. Shailendra Singh Solanki, Lov Kumar Soni, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwari, Development of parenteral formulation of poorly soluble drugs; study on mixed solvency concept, poster presentation on 19th Dec 2014 in an International Conference on Emerging Challenges in Biotechnology, Human Health and Environment and 8th Annual Convention of the Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy at School of Biotechnology, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore.
  103. R. Dahima, R. K. Maheshwari,  “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of indomethacin capsules using melted phenol as solvent, poster presentation on 19th Dec 2014 in an International Conference on Emerging Challenges in Biotechnology, Human Health and Environment and 8th Annual Convention of the Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy at School of Biotechnology, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore.
  104. R.K. Maheshwari, Akshay Fouzdar, Sugandha Singh, Priya George, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for ornidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation at 66th IPC Hyderabad- Jan 2015).
  105. R.K. Maheshwari, Sugandha Singh, Priya George, Akshay Fouzdar,  “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for satranidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents, (Poster presentation at 66th IPC Hyderabad- Jan 2015).
  106. R.K. Maheshwari, Priya George, Akshay Fouzdar, Sugandha Singh, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for nalidixic acid tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation at 66th IPC Hyderabad- Jan 2015).
  107. R.K. Maheshwari, Rashmi Dahima, Devashish Rathore, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of indomethacin capsules using melted phenol as solvent,  (Poster presentation at 66th IPC Hyderabad- Jan 2015).
  108. R K Maheshwari, Pramod Vamoriya, Shraddha Kori, Aparajit Joshi, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of metronidazole tablets using phenol as solvent, ( Poster presentation in IPA Pharmameet 2015 organized by The Indian Pharmaceutical Association P M State Branch, Indore on 15th March 2015).
  109. R K Maheshwari, Love Kumar Soni, Shailendra Singh Solanki,  “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of naproxen tablets using melted phenol as solvent (concept of mixed solvency), ( Poster presentation in IPA Pharmameet 2015 organized by The Indian Pharmaceutical Association P M State Branch, Indore on 15th March 2015).
  110. R K Maheshwari, Masheer Ahmad Khan, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical method for metronidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),           ( Poster presentation in IPA Pharmameet 2015 organized by The Indian Pharmaceutical Association P M State Branch, Indore on 15th March 2015).
  111. R K Maheshwari, Payal Jain, Deepak Kumar, Devika Parkhe, “Solid as solvent”-Novel technique for spectrophotometric estimation of naproxen tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), ( Poster presentation in IPA Pharmameet 2015 organized by The Indian Pharmaceutical Association P M State Branch, Indore on 15th March 2015).
  112. R K Maheshwari, Rohit Adhav, Priyanka Vaswani, Toshika Jain, “Solid as solvent”-Spectrophotometric analysis of piroxicam tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation in APTICON 2015 ).
  113. R K Maheshwari, Ritu Sharma, Heena Sayyed, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of satranidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation in APTICON 2015 ).
  114. Love Kumar Soni, Shailendra Singh Solanki, Rajesh Kumar Maheshwati, Design and evaluation of solid dispersion of poorly water soluble drugs: Application of novel mixed solvency concept  (Poster presentation in APTICON 2015 ).     
  115. Akshay Fouzdar,  R K Maheshwari,  Formulation development of sustained release solid dispersions of poorly water soluble drug, piroxicam, employing novel application of mixed solvency concept and their evaluations,  (Poster presentation in APTICON 2015 ).
  116. Rajesh  Kumar  Maheshwari, Sugandha Singh,  Formulation development of topical solutions of poorly water soluble drugs, gatifloxacin and indomethacin, employing novel application of mixed solvency concept and their evaluations,  (Poster presentation in APTICON 2015 ).
  117. Ashish Singh and R. K. Maheshwari, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for quantitative estimation of piroxicam in tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and lignocaine hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation at 67th IPC Mysore- Dec 2015).
  118. R. K. Maheshwari, Shivam Prasad Tiwari, Lovkush Pandey, Akash P Shah,  “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical method to analyze  indomethacin in capsules using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and niacinamide) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation at 67th IPC Mysore- Dec 2015).
  119. R. K. Maheshwari, Lovkush Pandey, Akash P Shah, Shivam Prasad Tiwari,  “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analysis of ornidazole tablets  using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and lignocaine hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation at 67th IPC Mysore- Dec 2015).
  120. R. K. Maheshwari, Aayush Gangrade, Bijo John, Ankur Verma, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric technique for quantitative analysis of tablets of ornidazole tablets  using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation at 67th IPC Mysore- Dec 2015).
  121. R. K. Maheshwari, Akash P Shah, Lovkush Pandey, Shivam Prasad Tiwari,  “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric analytical technique for quantitative anlalysis of tinidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and metformin hydrichloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation at 67th IPC Mysore- Dec 2015).
  122. R. K. Maheshwari, Shraddha Kori, Neha Sonkesaria, Aparajit Joshi,  “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric estimation of satranidazole tablets  using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and lignocaine hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept),  (Poster presentation in The Indian Pharmaceutical Association Pharma Meet 2016 on 13th March 2016 at Indore). Note-
    This paper was ranked FIRST in this programme.
  123. R. K. Maheshwari, Ragini Pandey, Devika Parkha, Neha Sonkesaria, Mixed solvency approach for spectrophotometric  analysis of piroxicam tablets (Poster presentation in The Indian Pharmaceutical Association Pharma Meet 2016 on 13th March 2016 at Indore).
  124. R. K. Maheshwari, Prakhar Gupta, Amita Patel, New titrimetric estimation of para-amino benzoic acid using niacinamide as hydrotropic agent, (Poster presentation in The Indian Pharmaceutical Association Pharma Meet 2016 on 13th March 2016 at Indore).
  125. R. K. Maheshwari, Neha Sonkesaria, Shraddha Kori, Ragini Pandey, New titrimetric estimation of para-amino benzoic acid using sodium benzoate as hydrotropic agent, (Poster presentation in The Indian Pharmaceutical Association Pharma Meet 2016 on 13th March 2016 at Indore).
  126. Jharia A N, Maheshwari R K , Maheshwari N, “Solid as solvent”, novel spectrophotometric analytical method to analyze metronidazole tablets using solids (phenol and lignocaine hydrochloride) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), poster presentation in an International Conference on Innovations in Pharmaceutical Sciences,(27th and 28th Feb 2016) organized by Sri Aurobindo Institute of Pharmacy, Indore.
  127. R K Maheshwari and Mitali Shah, “Solid as solvent”, novel method for spectrophotometric estimation of piroxicam tablets utilizing the comelt of sodium acetate trihydrate and resorcinol as ecofriendly solvent system (mixed solvency concept), poster presentation in 68th IPC, Vishakhapatnam, Dec 2016.
  128. R K Maheshwari and Sumit Likhar, “Solid as solvent”, novel method for spectrophotometric estimation of metronidazole tablets employing comelt of sodium acetate trihydrate and niacinamide as ecofriendly solvent system (mixed solvency concept), poster presentation in 68th IPC, Vishakhapatnam, Dec 2016.
  129. R K Maheshwari and Sunil Goyal, “Solid as solvent”, novel spectrophotometric technique for quantitative analysis of tablets of piroxicam using comelt of resorcinol and dimethyl urea as ecofriendly solvent system (mixed solvency concept), poster presentation in 68th IPC, Vishakhapatnam, Dec 2016.
  130. R K Maheshwari and Shraddha Bhavsar, “Solid as solvent”, novel ecofriendly technique for spectrophotometric estimation at 331 nm) of naproxen tablets employing a comelt of resorcinol and niacinamide as solvent (mixed solvency concept), poster presentation (24th, 25th Jan 2017) in a national seminar on current trends in pharmaceutical sciences organized by Mahatma Gandhi Vidya Mandir’s Pharmacy college, Panchvati, Nashik (MS).
  131. R K Maheshwari, Smriti Mishra and Sunil Goyal, “Solid as solvent”, novel spectrophotometric estimation of satranidazole using a comelt of resorcinol and niacinamide as ecofriendly solvent system (mixed solvency concept), poster was presented in 17th IPA Pharmameet, Indore organized by the Indian Pharmaceutical Association, M P State branch, Indore.
  132. R K Maheshwari, Mitali Shah and Sumit Likhar, “Solid as solvent”, novel spectrophotometric estimation of ornidazole tablets using a comelt of resorcinol and niacinamide as ecofriendly solvent system (mixed solvency concept), poster was presented in 17th IPA Pharmameet, Indore organized by the Indian Pharmaceutical Association, M P State branch, Indore.
  133. R K Maheshwari, Jay Gupta, Ajay Rajput, Ankit Soni, New ecofriendly titrimetri analysis of frusemide tablets using mixed hydrotropic solubilization, poster was presented in 17th IPA Pharmameet, Indore organized by the Indian Pharmaceutical Association, M P State branch, Indore.
  134. Praveen Kumar Patel, Rishabh Naibal, R K Maheshwari, Development of model dry injection of poorly water soluble drug (salicylic acid) employing novel application of mixed solvency concept, poster was presented in 17th IPA Pharmameet, Indore organized by the Indian Pharmaceutical Association, M P State branch, Indore.
  135. R K Maheshwari, Sunil Goyal, Sumit Likhar, Mitali Shah, Smriti Mishra, New ecofriendly application of mixed hydrotropic solubilization for titrimetric analysis of aceclofenac tablets, poster was presented in a National Seminar (MPCOST) in Acropolis COP, Indore on 27-3-2017.
  136. R K Maheshwari, Smriti Mishra, Sumit Likhar, Sunil Goyal, Mitali Shah, , New ecofriendly application of mixed hydrotropic solubilization for titrimetric analysis of aspirin tablets, poster was presented in a National Seminar (MPCOST) in Acropolis COP, Indore on 27-3-2017.
  137. R K Maheshwari, Anirudh Padiyar, Novel dry injection for reconstitution of aspirin using solid solubilizers, poster was presented in an international conference, IPSA Pharm, held at IPS Academy, Indore (18-19 Nov 2017).
  138. R. K. Maheshwari, Anirudh Padiyar, “Solid as solvent”-Novel spectrophotometric determination of piroxicam in solid dosage form using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and paracetamol) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), (Poster presentation at Chitkara University , Chandigarh in 69th IPC- 22-24 Dec 2017).
  139. R. K. Maheshwari, Mitali Jain, Novel approach for spectrophotometric estimation of piroxicam in tablet dosage form using comelt of sodium acetate trihydrate and resorcinol as ecofriendly solvent (mixed solvency concept), (Poster presentation at Chitkara University , Chandigarh in 69th IPC- 22-24 Dec 2017).
  140. R K Maheshwari, Apeksha Apte, Mitali Jain, “Solid as solvent”, organic solvent free, ecofriendly spectrophotometric analysis of tablets of nalidixic acid using melted niacinamide as solvent (mixed solvency concept), poster was presented in a conference, SPIRIT 2018, in department of pharmacy, IIT BHU, Varanasi on 03-2-2018. THIS PAPER WAS AWARDED SECOND PRIZE.
  141. R K Maheshwari, Mitali Jain, Apeksha Apte, “Solid as solvent”, Novel spectrophotometric analysis of satranidazole tablets using solids (eutectic liquid of phenol and paracetamol) as solubilizing agents (mixed solvency concept), poster was presented in a conference, SPIRIT 2018, in department of pharmacy, IIT BHU, Varanasi on 03-2-2018.
  142. R K Maheshwari, Mitali Jain, Pawan Mulani, Employment of mixed solvency concept for ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of hydrochlorthiazide tablets, poster was presented in a conference, MP PRIDE 2018, held School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, RGPV, Bhopal, (16-17 Feb 2018).
  143. R K Maheshwari, Pawan Mulani, Mitali Jain , “Solid as solvent”, organic solvent free, ecofriendly spectrophotometric determination of piroxicam tablets using melted niacinamide as solvent (mixed solvency concept), poster was presented in a conference, MP PRIDE 2018, held School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, RGPV, Bhopal, (16-17 Feb 2018).

BOOKS PUBLISHED 

  1. Formulation and evaluation of SEDDS of poorly soluble drug made by novel application of mixed solvency – Authors
    –Shailesh Patel and R.K. Maheshwari- Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany) 2012.
  2. Formulation and evaluation of niosomes using mixed solvency approach for transdermal delivery of poorly soluble
    drug – Authors -Disha Mehtani and R.K. Maheshwari, Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany) 2012.
  3. Design, development and optimization of controlled release microspheres of furosemide by mixed solvency concept,
    Authors– Neha Yadav and  R.K.  Maheshwari, Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany) 2012.
  4. “Mixed solvency”; Application in drug delivery, permeation enhancement and hydrogel formation.
    Authors- R.K. Maheshwari and Anshu Joshi, Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany)  2015.
  5. Formulation and evaluation of microspheres of a poorly water soluble drug made by applicaton of mixed solvency concept, Authors- Sangeeta Jawalkar, R.K. Maheshwari , Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany)  2012.
  6. Formulation of dual release dosage form by mixed solvency concept, Authors- Bhalse Dev Kumar, R. K. Maheshwari, Lambert Academic Publishing (Germany) 2012.

LECTURES DELIVERED IN CONFERENCES /SEMINARS / QIP PROGRAMMES etc

  1. Delivered a lecture on 15-10-2010 in a National workshop on “Advances in instrumental techniques” , organised     by Department of Chemistry of Shri Shivaji  Science College, Amravati (M.S.)
  2. Delivered a lecture on 04-02-2011 in a National Conference on “Application of chemical research in pharmaceutics” in Arts, Science and Commerce College, Rahata (MS).
  3. Delivered a lecture in a staff development programme (May 2008) on “ Emerging trends in biotechnology and nanotechnology” , Smriti College of Pharmacy, Indore. (15t to 29th May 2008).
  4. Delivered a lecture on 15-10-2010 in a National Workshop on “Advances in instrumental techniques” in Shri Shivaji Sceience College, Amravati (MS.).
  5. Delivered a lecture on 12-09-2009 in a National Seminar on “Current pharmaceutical developments” in NRI Institute of  Pharmacy , Bhopal.
  6. Delivered a lecture on 22-12-2012 in a Seminar on “Impact of pharmaceutical education on employment, national and international perspectives” organized by Mandsaur Institute of Pharmacy, Mmandsaur (MP).
  7. Delivered a lecture on 19-03-2011 in a National Conference on “Recent challenges in pharmaceutical science and technology” organized by Department of Chemical Technology , North Maharastra Univercity, Jalgaon (MS).
  8. Delivered a lecture in a Seminar on “Emerging novel trends in drug delivery systems, (during 26-27 March 2011) in CES College of Pharmacy, Kurnool (A.P.)
  9. Delivered a lecture (10-11 April) in a National Seminar on “Protocol development of indigenous drugs and their formulations for global acceptance” in Sagar Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sagar (MP).
  10. Delivered a lecture on 11-06-2011 in Swami Vivekanand College of Pharmacy, Indore,in a National Seminar on  “Emerging trends and applications of nanotechnology”.
  11. Delivered a lecture on 14-11-2011 in Ranchi (Pharmacy Department) in a AICTE sponsored
    quality improvement programme on  “Nanotechnology based drug delivery systems”.
  12. Delivered an expert lecture on 18-11-11 in a Pharmacy week programme  of  Sagar
    Institute of Research and Technology (Pharmacy Department), Bhopal.
  13. Delivered a lecture in an “ International Science Congress” (24-25 Dec 2011) in Maharaja Ranjit Sing College of Professional Sciences, Indore.
  14. Delivered a lecture on 11-03-2012 in a National Pharmacy Symposium held at Annamacharya College of Pharmacy, Rajampet (A.P.).
  15. Delivered a lecture on 28-03-2012 in a National Seminar on “Recent challenges in pharmaceutical sciences and technology” held in Univercity Department of Chemical Technology , North Maharashtra  Univercity, Jalgaon (MS).
  16. Delivered a lecture on 18-08-2012 in an AICTE Sponsored National seminar on “Modern trends in phytopharmaceutical drug development” held at Sri Balagi College of Pharmac, Jaipur (Rajsthan).
  17. Delivered a lecture on 16-09-2012 in a National Conference on “Comparative analysis between conventional and current research trends in pharmacy”, held at  Invertis Institute of Pharmacy, Invertis Univercity, Bareilly (UP).
  18. Delivered a lecture on 01-11-2012 in a National Conference on “Current scenario and future prospects of pharmaceutical education and research in India”, held at Globus College of Pharmacy, Bhopal (M P).
  19. Delivered a lecture on 02-7-2012 at QIP nodal cell (Pharmacy), Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in a  refresher course on “Future directions of pharmaceutical studies and research”.
  20. Delivered a lecture on 12-01-2013 at QIP nodal cell (Pharmacy), Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in a  refresher course on “Directions of pharma- research to achieve pharma-excellence by 2025”.
  21. Delivered a lecture on 14/2/2013 at GRY Institute of Pharmacy, Borawan (Khargone) M.P in a National Seminar on “Emerging novel approaches of pharmaceutical sciences in recent era”.
  22. Delivered a lecture on 17/3/2013 in Jaipur College of Pharmacy, Jaipur in a National seminar on “Recent trends in development of novel drug delivery systems”.
  23. Delivered a lecture on 6/4/2013 in Maliba College of Pharmacy, Bardoli(Surat) in a National Conference on
    “Pharmaceutical research : Quality initiatives and novel technological approaches”.
  24. Delivered a lecture on 23/4/2013 in AICTE sponsored two week Faculty Improvement Programme on “Recent advances in parenteral drug delivery systems and technology” (duration 16th to 29th April 2013) organized by Shree S. K. Patel College of Pharmaceutical Research, GANPAT UNIVERSITY, Mehsana (Gujarat).
  25. Delivered a lecture on 27/4/2013 in RNS institute of pharmaceutical sciences and technology, Gwalior  in a National Conference on “Current trends anf future prospects of pharmacy profession in health care”.
  26. Delivered a lecture on 25/4/2013 in Jaipur College of Pharmacy, Jaipur in a National seminar on “Recent trends in development of novel drug delivery systems”.
  27. Delivered two lectures on 07/6/2013 in Bansal College of Pharmacy, Bhopal in an AICTE sponsored two weeks faculty development programme  on “Drug  delivery systems: Preformulation to Industrial Development (duration-03-6-13 to 15-6-13)”.
  28. Delivered two lectures on 11/6/2013 in Truba Institute  of Pharmacy, Bhopal in an AICTE sponsored two weeks faculty development programme  on “Application of Novel Drug  delivery systems for molecules of herbal origin (duration-03-6-13 to 15-6-13)”.
  29. Delivered two lectures on 11/7/2013 in Srimati Kashibai Navale College of Pharmacy, Pune in an AICTE sponsored two weeks faculty development programme  on “Good Teaching Practices” (duration-01-7-13 to 13-7-13).
  30. Delivered three lectures on 20-7-2013 at QIP nodal cell (Pharmacy), Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, in a four week long short-term  refresher course on “Innovation and excellence in Pharmaceutical Sciences” of Quality Improvement Programme (duration-16-7-13 to 29-7-13).
  31. Delivered a lecture on 26/7/2013 in Babaria Institute  of Pharmacy, Vadodra,on the topic “Novel applications of hydrotropic solubilization in pharmaceutical analysis during  AICTE sponsored seminar on “Quality assurance issues in drug discovery and formulation development (duration-26-7-13 to 27-7-13).
  32. Delivered two lectures on 26/8/2013 at Gokharaju Rangaraju College of Pharmacy, Hyderabad in a Faculty development programme on “Current trends in Pharmaceutical Product Development Including Regulatory Aspects” (duration -19-8-2013 to 30-8-2013).
  33. Deliverd two lectures on 10/9/2013 in Academic Staff College, DAVV, Indore, in a refresher course “Recent trends in chemistry” (duration 29-8-2013 to 18-9-2013) course was organized for chemistry, biochemistry and Pharmacy teachers.
  34. Delivered a lecture on 19/9/2013 at B N Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences Udaipur in an AICTE sponsored FDP on “An approach to develop new models in the field of medicinal chemistry.
  35. Delivered a lecture on 14/11/2013 at Vedica College of Pharmacy, Bhopal, in an AICTE sponsored FDP on “Ecofriendly pharmaceutical application of hydrotropy mixed hydrotropy and mixed solvency concept”- (Programme- Recent trends and future perspectives in Novel Drug delivery System) (duration 11-11-2013 to 24-11-2013).
  36. Delivered two lectures on 11/1/2014 in Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University,
    Kolkata, in AICTE sponsored Two Week long short term Refresher course on “New insights into diseases and Recent Therapeutic Approaches of Quality Improvement Programme (period-8-1-2014 to 21-1-2014)”.
  37. Delivered expert lecture in Kota College of Pharmacy, Kota on 9/2/2014 in an AICTE sponsored National seminar (Current and recent advances in targeted drug delivery systems) on ecofriendly pharmaceutical application of hydrotropic solubilization, mixed hydrotropic solubilization and mixed solvency concept.
  38. Delivered expert lecture in Mittal Institute of Pharmacy, Bhopal on 14/2/2014 in a national seminar on Traditional and modern view and treatment of gastrointestinal tract diseases” (sponsored by MP Council of Science and Technology).
  39. Delivered a lecture on 19/6/2014 in Department of Pharmaceutical Science, Jadavpur University, Kolkata in an AICTE sponsored two week refresher course on “Recent advances and excellences in Pharmaceutical Sciences” of Quality Improvement Programme (duration-10-6-2014 to 23-6-2014).
  40. Delivered a lecture on 24/9/2014 in a national seminar at Shrinathji Insitute of Pharmacy, Nathdwara (Rajasthan) Topic- Ecofriendly analytical techniques using hydrotropy, mixed hydrotropy and mixed solvency. National seminar on current perspectives of analytical techniques in pharmaceutical sciences.
  41. Delivered a lecture on 26/9/2014 at School of Pharmacy and Research , People’s University, Bhopal on the occasion of MPCST sponsored National Seminar on “Recent Advancements in Drug Delivery Techniques and Drug Designing.
  42. Delivered a lecture a on 27/9/2014 at RKDF Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Indore in a National Seminar on “Recent frontiers in Drug Delivery and Drug Discovery Research” (Delivered lecture on Eco-friendly analytical techniques).
  43. Delivered an expert lecture in Shankaracharya College of Pharmacy, Bhilai (Chhattishgarh) on 8/11/2014 in a “National Conference on nanoscience and nano technology” sponsored by Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi.
  44. Delivered two lectures on 10-02-2015 at Pune in Smt Kashibai Navale College of Pharmacy, Pune in a national seminar. ( Theme of the seminar– Meeting the challenges of bioavailability of new chemical entities with the tool of solubility enhancement 9th and 10th Feb 2015).
  45. Delivered lecture on 14-02-2015 in Arts, Science and Commerce College, Rahata, (Dist-Ahmadnagar) in a national seminar on “Recent trends of research in chemistry”.
  46. Delivered lecture on 26-03-2015 in a national seminar at Sardar Bhagwan Singh Post Graduate Institute of Biomedical Sciences and Research, Dehradun.
  47. Delivered two lectures on 29-06-2015 in a refresher course in the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra (Haryana).
  48. Delivered two lectures on 24th Dec 2015 in an AICTE approved QIP, organized by Poona College of Pharmacy, Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Pune (Theme of programme-“Recent trends in formulation development: Time for a paradigm shift).
  49. Delivered two lectures on 20th Feb 2016, in a national conference in KCT’s College of Pharmacy, Nashik.
  50. Delivered lecture on 11-03-2016 in Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology (Pharmacy College), Ghaziabad in the seminar-cum-workshop on novel techniques in solubility enhancement of poorl soluble drugs.
  51. Delivered lecture on “Hydrotropy and its importance in R and D” in the “Science Fair and National Science Day Celebration-2016, organized by Dr Harisingh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar (M P). (Lecture was delivered on 1st March 2016).
  52. A guest lecture was delivered on 28-2-2015 on “Hydrotropy and its applications” in Dr Bhanuben Nanavati College
    of Pharmacy, Vile Parle (W) Mumbai- 400056.
  53. Guest lectures on 15-10-16 in I T S college of pharmacy, Murad nagar, Ghaziabad (UP).
  54. Guest lectures on 10-9-16 in S K B college of pharmacy, Kemptee, Nagpur (MS).
  55. Guest lectures on 14-9-16 in Columbia college of pharmacy, Raipur (CG).
  56. Guest lectures on 24-10-16 in School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, RGPV, Bhopal, Nagpur (MP).
  57. Guest lectures on 30-11-16 in Acharya college of pharmacy, Bangalore (Karnataka).
  58. Guest lectures on 30-11-16 in K L E college of pharmacy, Bangalore (Karnataka).
  59. Guest lectures on 01-12-16 in P E S college of pharmacy, Bangalore (Karnataka).
  60. Guest lectures on 02-12-16 in Al Ameen college of pharmacy, Bangalore (Karnataka).
  61. Guest lectures on 03-12-16 in College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Govt Medical College, Trivendrum (Kerala).
  62. Guest lectures on 07-12-16 in Amrita College of Pharmacy, Kochi (Kerala).
  63. Guest lectures on 09-12-16 in Oriental College of Pharmacy, Mumbai (MS).
  64. Guest lectures on 10-12-16 in Bharti Vidyapeeth College of Pharmacy, Mumbai (MS).
  65. Guest lectures on 17-1-17 in Vidya Bharati Trust College of Pharmacy, Umarkh, Surat (MS).
  66. Guest lectures on 17-1-17 in Sri Dhanwantari College of Pharmacy, Surat (MS).
  67. Guest lectures on 18-1-17 in Pioneer College of Pharmacy, Vadodra (Guj).
  68. Guest lectures on 18-1-17 in Pharmacy Department of Sumandeep University, Vadodra (Guj).
  69. Guest lectures on 18-1-17 in Pharmacy department of M S University, Kala BhawanVadodra (Guj).
  70. Guest lectures on 21-1-17 in Dr K N Modi Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Modi Nagar (UP).
  71. Guest lectures on 03-2-17 in Yashoda Bai Dagadu Saraf Cheritable Trust’s College of Pharmacy, Sakegaon, Dist. Jalgaon, 425201 (MS).
  72. Guest lectures on 03-2-17 in Shree Sureshdada Jain Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Jamner-424206, Dist. Jalgaon (MS).
  73. Guest lectures on 13-2-17 in Priyadarshini J L Chaturvedi College of Pharmacy, Nagpur (MS).
  74. Guest lectures on 13-2-17 in Pharmacy Department , Nagpur University, Nagpur (MS).
  75. Expert talk on 14-2-17 during “Pharmacy Research Week-Feb 2017 conducted at GTU, Ahmedabad (Guj).
  76. Guest lectures on 18-2-17 in Vedic Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Sagar (MP).
  77. Guest lectures on 18-2-17 in Sagar Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Sagar (MP) and in Satya Sain College of Pharmacy , RKDF Univ, Bhopal (MP) on 27-2-17.
  78. Guest lectures on 4-3-17 in Govt College of Pharmacy, Aurangabad (MS).
  79. Guest lectures on 4-3-17 in Y B Chavan College of Pharmacy, Aurangabad (MS).
  80. Guest lectures on 6-3-17 in V E S College of Pharmacy, Chembur, Mumbai (MS).
  81. Guest lectures on 6-3-17 in M E T College of Pharmacy, Bandra West, Mumbai (MS).
  82. Guest lecture on 18-3-2017 in Rajiv Academy for Pharmacy, Mathura.
  83. Guest lecture on 28-3-2017 in B R Nahata COP, Mandsaur (MP).
  84. Guest lecture on 04-4-2017 in Adina COP, Sagar (MP).
  85. Delivered lectures on 8/4/2017 in Department of Pharmaceutical Science, Jadavpur University, Kolkata in an AICTE sponsored two week refresher course of Quality Improvement Programme (duration-30-3-2017 to 12-4-2017).
  86. Guest lecture on 29-4-2017 in Bhagwan Mahaveer COP, Surat.
  87. Guest lecture on 08-5-2017 in IPS COP, Gwalior (MP).
  88. Delivered lectures on 12th and 13th May 2017 in Department of Pharmaceutical Science, Jadavpur University, Kolkata in an AICTE sponsored two week refresher course of Quality Improvement Programme (duration-03-5-2017 to 16-5-2017).
  89. Guest lecture on 13-5-2017 in NSHM College of Pharm Tech, Kolkata700053.
  90. Guest lecture on 29-5-2017 in Nagaji COP, Gwalior (MP).
  91. Guest lecture on 30-6-2017, in Goa College of Pharmacy, Goa.
  92. Guest lecture on 09-8-2017 in Rungta COP, Bhilai (CG).
  93. Guest lecture on 10-8-2017 in Chouksey COP, Bilaspur (CG).
  94. Guest lecture on 19-8-2017 in Sri Ram group of institutions, Faculty of Pharmacy, Madhotal, Jabalpur (MP).
  95. Guest lecture on 01-9-2017 in School of Pharmacy, DAVV, Indore (MP).
  96. Guest lecture on 06-9-2017 in Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Pushpa Vihar, New Delhi.
  97. Guest lecture on 16-9-2017 in B N Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, B N University, Udaipur (Rajsthan).
  98. Guest lecture on 05-10-2017 in Teerthankar Mahaveer COP, Moradabad (UP).
  99. Delivered an expert lecture in Zydus Cadila Health Care Limited, Ahmedabad (Guj).
  100. Guest lecture on 30-12-17 in Anand Pharmacy College, Anand (Guj).
  101. Guest lecture on 12-01-2018 in Pharmacy Department, Dr H S Gour Central University, Sagar (MP).
  102. Guest lecture on 20-01-2018 in Pharmacy Department, Bhagwant University , Ajmer (Raj).
  103. Guest lecture on 31-01-2018 in Pharmacy Department, Pacific University, Udaipur (Raj).
  104. Guest lecture on 31-01-2018 in Pharmacy Department, M L Sukhadia University, Udaipur (Raj).
  105. Guest lecture on 10-2-2018 in Pharmacy Department, Geetanjali University, Udaipur (Raj).
  106. Guest lecture on 15-2-2018 in NRI COP, Bhopal (MP).
  107. Guest lecture on 17-2-2018 in Bhagwan Mahaveer COP, Surat (Guj).

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