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President, Pharmacy Council of India addresses Aryans Pharmacy Students in his first visit to Chandigarh

Punjab Tribune Bureau | May 14, 2022 04:39 PM

Dr. Montu Patel graced the conference on "Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Sciences" organised by Aryans College of Pharmacy

 CHANDIGARH: A Conference on "Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Sciences" was organized by Aryans College of Pharmacy, Rajpura, Near Chandigarh in PHD Chamber of Commerce, Chandigarh . The event was graced by Dr Montu Kumar Patel, President, Pharmacy Council of India as the Chief Guest. Shushil Kumar Bansal, President, Punjab State Pharmacy Council, Punjab & Dr. Shailesh Sharma, Member, Academic Council, IKG Punjab Technical University, Jalandhar were the Guests of Honour. Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group presided over the session.

The conference commenced with felicitation of dignitaries, lamp lighting during inaugural ceremony. Hundreds of Pharma students & Faculty members from various colleges attended the conference.

The renowned pharma professionals including  Dr. Parveen Garg, Chairman; Dr. GD Gupta, Director; ISF College Moga; Mr. Rohit Kansal, CC Member, PCI; Dr Rahul sharma, Bela  College of Pharmacy; Dr Bharat Parashar, Dean, Pharmacy ICFAI University, Baddi; Dr Kumar Gourav kashyap Principal, GGS Pharmacy College, Yamunanagar etc were the distinguished guest & the key note speakers of the conference.

While addressing all, Dr. Montu Patel appreciated the efforts of Aryans College of Pharmacy. He said it's my first visit in Punjab & I am happy to learn that Aryans Group is doing a wonderful job in the field of education since last 15 years & today I am interacting with budding Aryans Pharmasists. It's great that in Aryans more than 3500 students are studying from around 20 States across the country, Patel added.

Further, Patel highlighted  the role of Pharmacists in research and development, especially in clinical trials, pharmacovigilance and drug safety. He dwelled upon the importance of such a lecture at a time when pharmacy profession is fast transitioning worldwide from bench side to bed side and the focus is shifting from the product to the patient.

Dr. Kataria, Chairman, Aryans while thanking the President, PCI & addressing all present said that the pharmacist can contribute effectively towards building a healthier, happier and safer society. Pharmacy has always been an exciting and rewarding career, but has recently become on the most pursued fields in the health care industry after pandemic. Pharmacy students have high hopes for Patel to become the president, PCI, kataria mentioned.

Dr. Shailesh Sharma spoke about the recent trends in pharmaceutical sector, research and development as well. He emphasized upon the need to enhance skills, competencies, know-how and abilities of pharmacists in various specializations of pharmacy.

Sushil Sharma discussed recent trends and latest advancements made in the field of Pharmaceutical Sciences and also threw light upon the future challenges posed by this profession for the pharmacists in India & abroad as well.

Dr. Parveen Kataria, Director General, Aryans Group; Dr. Parsanta Das, Principal, Aryans College of Pharmacy, Dr. Pradeep Bhateja, Dr. Krishan Singla, Prof. BS Sidhu Director, Aryans Group; Dr. JK Saini, Director, Aryans College of Engineering; Dr. Garima Thakur, Deputy Director; Ms Kusum Sood, Dean, Academics; Ms. Manpreet Mann, Dean, Scholarship etc. were also present.

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