Bharat Sewak Shiksha Samiti (BSSS) has a long history, which goes back to 1960. In 1963 BSSS started the institution, Lal Bahadur Shastri College, founded by Pt. Devi Shankar Tiwari, a staunch nationalist, freedom fighter and a man of great vision. BSSS today runs undergraduate courses in Arts, Commerce and Science, vocational/professional courses in Computer Science, Pharmacy and B.Ed. In addition, it also runs postgraduate course in Chemistry, EAFM and English.
The BSSS is making remarkable progress under the able leadership of experienced, dynamic and dedicated Shri Prageshwar Tiwari, President; Shri Rajeshwar Tiwari, Vice-president; Dr. Dinesh Tripathi, Secretary and Chairman, Technical Committee; Shri Rajendra Tiwari, Member; Dr. Dhirendra Bhandari and other members of the Governing Body.
Feeling the importance of technical education; Late Dr. V.N. Sharma, Emeritus Prof. S.M.S. Medical College, Jaipur was given the responsibility of establishing the Pharmacy Department, as Technical Advisor. Dr. Sharma, an eminent Pharmacologist, through his professional zeal, academic strength and administrative capabilities established the department in the year 1988 with 3 young and dedicated teachers initially to run the diploma in pharmacy course. Under his guidance the department has grown, matured and established its reputation in as one of the best institutes imparting pharmacy education in Rajasthan.
To expand and grow further, keeping in view the requirements of the pharmacy profession at global level, BSSS has started B.Pharm course with an intake of 60 students, from the session 2004-05 and M.Pharm (Pharmaceutics) course with an intake of 18 students, from the session 2012-13.
First Drug Information Center (DIC) in Rajasthan state is being run by LBSCOP in collaboration with Rajasthan Pharmacy Council (through Karnataka State Pharmacy Council and World Health Organization). The DIC provides information by using World’s most comprehensive, updated drug information software system, DRUGDEX from MICROMEDEX. The DRUGDEX system is recognized by the U.S. Congress as a reference standard for drug utilization.