Indian participants at Bangkok Symposium 2018


Bangkok group pic

Here is a photo of some of Indian Scientists at the Bangkok HPTLC Symposium organized in the last week of Nov. 2018. In all 42 papers from India were accepted at the Symposium. The next one will be in USA around Aug-Sept. 2019.


Gold Prize Award for India in Bangkok

Ms Yugandhara Patil Gold prize for poster

India is on the path to become the world leader in HPTLC. Ms. Yugandhara Patil, a Ph.D. student of Dr. Sunita Shailajan, a Professor of Botany at the Ruia Autonomous College, Mumbai won the “Gold Prize” at the HPTLC Symposium in Bangkok, held in the last week of Nov. 2018. 3rd from left is Dr. Gerda Morlock, Head of Scientific Committee. 4th from right is Mr. Pierre Bernard-Savary, Chief of the French TLC Club (CCCM) the organizers of the Symposium

Congratulations to the Ruia College Team and to our country!


Anchrom team attends the HPTLC Asia 2018 Symposium, held between 27th to 30th Nov. 2018 at Bangkok. Anchrom proudly sponsored the Registration Fees of 32 participants from India for Oral and Poster presentations. Anchrom has organized a special meet on 29th Nov. 2018 along with dinner for all the Indian delegates.

team Anchrom at HPTLC Asia 2018

(L to R) Mrs. Rutvika Charegaonkar, Dr. Manjusha Phanse, Dr. Saikat Mallick, Mr. Akshay Charegaonkar and Mr. Pratik Sinalkar

Dr. Saikat and Dr. Manjusha are conducting a Pre-Symposium workshop on HP-TLC method development. Anchrom’s lab is publishing a fundamental research paper whereby designing a System Suitability Test for HPTLC fingerprinting of materials of botanical origin, will become quite simple.

HPTLC presentation and demo @ Anand College of Pharmacy


Pankaj giving presentation
Mr. Pankaj Tarmale during presentation
Pankaj during demo
HPTLC demo

Anand College of Pharmacy, Anand organised a workshop for HPLC and HPTLC techniques for their students and staff. Anchrom’s Mr. Pankaj Tarmale, Application Specialist and Mr. Abhijeet Khale, Application Chemist, along with Sr. Service Engineer, Mr. Suhel Malek coordinated for the full day event.

We received feedback that the deminar was very informative and knowledgeable. Participants expect more such deminars in future.