Established in 2009, this Centre is apart of the CSIR Team India Consortium created with global partnership in a bid to make healthcare affordable. Led by D. Sadhana Sharma, Department of Zoology, DSKC OSDD undertakes research on drug and vaccine discovery for Tuberculosis. Three research interns, 25 undergraduate and 10 graduate level students have been trained at this Centre in basic Cheminformatics and Bioinformatics tools for the stated objectives. Seven students have been awarded Tata CSIR-OSDD Fellowships of Rs. 5000 each per month for a period of three months. The project is now formally closed. However, the college continues with Open Source Drug Discovery as a thrust area.

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