730 students from 106 different pharmacy institutions from all over the country registered for interviews
School of Pharmacy, Lloyd Institute of Management & Technology, recently organised Mega Pharma Job Fest 2016 in association with Indian Pharmacy Graduates’ Association. The event focused on career opportunities for B Pharm, M Pharm, Pharm D, Diploma In Pharmacy and PhD students from all over the country.
The chief guest of the event, Dr GN Singh was felicitated by the Manohar Thairani, President, Lloyd Group. Thairani gave the welcome speech. Other guests were Dr Ajay Sachan, Assistant Drugs Controller India, CDSCO, FDA, New Delhi, PP Sharma, Ex Vice President Pharmacy Council of India, Ex Dy Drugs Controller, Drugs Control Office, NCT Delhi, Pawan Kumar Jaggi, Chief Pharmacy Executive, Delhi State Cancer Society, Dr Arun Garg, Professor, Dept of Pharmacology, KR Manglam University,Gurgaon and K B Gupta, Community Pharmacist.
Singh emphasised on the quality education system with more of practical orientation and internships. He informed the audience about the various initiatives taken by CDSCO. Singh shared about the global presence of pharma industry in India and ample opportunities waiting for budding pharmacists. He also insisted on mutual respect for each and everyone with honesty and commitment in all deliverables.
The main attraction of the event was distribution of participation certificates to 28 participating pharma industries. 730 students from 106 different pharmacy institutions from all over the country registered for interviews in different organisations as per their aspirations in key areas of pharmacy profession like production, QC & QA, research and development, DRA, clinical research, hospital pharmacist and sales and marketing.
Atul Nasa Licensing Authority, Drugs Control Office, NCT Delhi , President, IPGA, Vice President -AIDCOC, interacted with the students and informed about various career opportunities available in pharma regulatory affairs and also briefed them about the importance of joining professional associations.
SL Nasa, Registrar, Delhi State Pharmacy Council, President- IHPA, also congratulated the institute for maintaining such high standards of teaching in the Department of Pharmacy. He told the audience about various initiatives that he, as the registrar of the Delhi Pharmacy Council had undertaken for the upliftment of the pharmacy profession.
EP News Bureau – Mumbai