Mr. Damanbhalang Rynjah

Mr. Damanbhalang Rynjah



Mr. Damanbhalang Rynjah’s path has been molded by his roots in Shillong, Meghalaya. With a fervor for knowledge and a passion for pharmaceuticals, he embarked on an educational path and successfully earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Pharmacy from the esteemed Girijananda Chowdhury Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, affiliated with the Assam Science and Technology University, Mr. Rynjah’s dedication stood out. His exceptional academic performance secured him a coveted spot among those who cleared the Graduate Pharmacy Aptitude Test (GPAT) and stood in second position in his master’s.

Mr. Rynjah found his position in academia at Girijananda Chowdhury University (GCU). He started his exploration as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics at the School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, GCU, Tezpur Campus on October 1, 2021. His expertise is in the fields of innovative drug formulations, phytopharmaceuticals, and Nano drug delivery systems, and he is always trying to better understand the intricacies of pharmaceutical science out of sheer interest.

Mr. Rynjah’s pursuit of knowledge extends beyond the classroom. His participation in national seminars, workshops, Faculty development programs, and notable events like the online DPPI Conclave organized by AAPS, presentations, and review and research publications(Indian and International Journals) demonstrates his commitment to staying at the forefront of advancements in his field. Hands-on training experiences at prestigious institutions such as the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER-Guwahati) and IIT-Guwahati have enriched his practical understanding, making him a well-rounded professional.

Beyond his academic endeavors, Mr. Rynjah’s hobbies show that he is a complex person. His passion for cooking demonstrates his ingenuity, and his outgoing personality makes him fun to be around. He enjoys exploring new vistas while on the road, and he is a person who likes to sing and play a variety of instruments. However, what truly sets him apart is his innate desire to make a positive impact on others’ lives. His willingness to extend a helping hand to those in need reflects his compassionate and altruistic character.

Mr. Damanbhalang Rynjah’s journey from Shillong to becoming a committed pharmaceutical scholar and a well-rounded person is a testimonial to his determination, curiosity, and enthusiasm for both his subject of study and his fellow humans. His contributions and endeavors undoubtedly make him a remarkable presence in both academia and life beyond.


  • Bachelor of Pharmacy 2019ASTU
  • Master's of Pharmacy in Pharmaceutics 2021 ASTU


  • 1. Rynjah, D., Chakraborty, T., Das, A., Islam, J., Bordoloi, S.S., Baishya, B. & Hasan, N. (2021). Recent development in the formulations of ginger for therapeutic applications and an overview towards the action on SARS-COV-2. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Science & Research.12(7), 3537-48.
  • 2. Bordoloi, S.S., Chakraborty, T., Das, A., Islam, J., Rynjah, D., & Baishya, B. (2021). The Applicability of Palm Trees in Pharmaceuticals as Excipients with a special emphasis on Palm Sugar: A Review. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 10(6), 1778-1792
  • 3. Islam, J., Chakraborty, T., Das, A., Rynjah, D., Bordoloi, S.S., & Baishya, B. (2021). The wound healing activity of Calendula officinalis: A Review. World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. 10(7), 512-523
  • 4. Baishya, B., Rahman, S.S., Rynjah, D., Bordoloi, S.S., Islam, J. & Hasan, N. (2021). Enhancing of Oral Bioavailability of Poorly water-soluble antihypertensive drugs. International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research. 13(4), 42-47
  • 5. Bhattacharjee, B., Ikbal A. Md A., Debnath B., Rynjah D., Rajkhowa A., Manna K. (2022) An Intensive Study on Aortic Regurgitation: A Case Report of Biventricular Failure and Congestive Cardiac Failure. International Case Reports Journal. 2(3), 1-5.
  • 6. Published one German Patent on the topic “Fabrication of Lipid-Based Nanocarrier Drug Delivery for an Antibiotic’’ (IPC: A6IK 47/14)
  • 7. Hazarika, H., Krishnatreyya, H., Bhattacharjee, B., Rynjah, D., Gogoi, D., Ahmed, A. B., & Zaman, K. (2023). Liposomal Drug Delivery in Malaria. In Malarial Drug Delivery Systems: Advances in Treatment of Infectious Diseases (pp. 161-185). Cham: Springer International Publishing

Award, Fellowship & Recognition

  • 1. Awarded with MHRD-AICTE fellowship for M. Pharm. program (2019-2021).