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DPA organises National Level Essay Competition on the Occasion of World Pharmacists Day


On the occasion of World Pharmacists Day ,Doctor of Pharmacy Association is organising a National Level Essay Competition 2014.

Topics :
·         My vision of Pharmacy Profession in India.
·         Impact of Clinical Pharmacist on Public health/country’s Economy.
·         Hindrances to present Pharmacovigilance Scenario & Innovative ideas to Enhance drug safety.

ABMH-PharmaCon 2014 Second National conference

Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital is organizing second national level conference on Pharmacy and Medication Management ABMH - Pharmacon 2014 at Aditya Birla Memorial Hospital (Punes first JCI accredited hospital) on 27th and 28th September 2014.

The conference will witness more than 300 participants including speakers and delegates from renowned hospitals The conference will cover various aspects of pharmacist’s role like career opportunities in pharmacy profession, signal detection in pharmacovigilance, importance of pharmacy practice for better patient care, evidence-based use of neutraceuticals, need of pharmacy and therapeutic committee to attain quality patient care, pharmacoepidemiology and drug safety, new regulations of clinical trial, etc. It will cover debates and multidisciplinary panel discussion on key topics. There will be paper presentation sessions on the second day.

Please find attached herewith the following details for your kind information:
                
                      A copy of the Registration Form, and Format for Paper / PosterPresentation.
Incase of any further clarification / information, you may contact +91 9881123048 or mail at abmh-pune.pharmacon@adityabirla.com.



Academicians hail govt's decision to introduce Pharm D in govt medical colleges to improve pharmacy education

Peethaambaran Kunnathoor, Chennai
Saturday, August 09, 2014, 08:00 Hrs  [IST]

Academicians of pharmaceutical sciences from various educational institutions have welcomed the decision of the Union government to improve pharmacy education in the country by introducing Pharm D course in government medical colleges and increasing the number of institutions and the students intake there.


Hailing the announcement of health minister, Dr Harshvardhan, in this regard as a welcome move, the pharmacy teachers have commented that the minister’s dynamic initiative is an exemplary step towards the profession of pharmacy. Prof P Suresh, Principal of the Institute of Pharmacy & Technology, Cuttack, Orissa, said a need-based market driven dynamic curriculum for B. Pharm and M. Pharm with public-private partnership of industry-academia interaction process should be developed with an in-built provision for employability, skills/employment opportunities for all pharmacy graduates in the country.  

Centre to take initiative to introduce Pharm D programme in govt medical colleges

Peethaambaran Kunnathoor, Chennai
Thursday, August 07, 2014, 08:00 Hrs  [IST]

With a view to improve the quality of pharmacy education in the country, the Union government is planning to introduce several measures including introduction of the integrated six-year course, Pharm D in the government medical colleges.

Government will also revise the curriculum of B Pharm and M Pharm courses and the regulations for the same have been drafted. The number of pharmacy degree colleges and the students intake will be increased in the coming years.

The Union minister of health and family welfare, Dr Harsh Vardhan announced the decision of the government in Parliament recently.

Specification of Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) degree under section 22(3) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956

The University Grants Commission vide Notification No. F.5-1/2013 (CPP-II) dt. March,2014 published in the Gazette of India, Part III, Section 4, No. 27 dt. July 5- July 11, 2014 has specified the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D) degree under the Pharm.D Regulations,2008 under section 22(3) of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956 at serial number 107 as under –

Medicine & Surgery/Ayurveda/Unani/Homeopathy /Health & Allied Sciences/
Paramedical/ Nursing


Speciļ¬ed Degrees
Level
Minimum  Duration (Years)

Qualification Entry



Abbreviated

Expanded

107.

Pharm.D.

Doctor of Pharmacy

MASTER’S

6

10+2

JNTU-HYD : Academic Calendar for Pharm.D III, IV & V Years during the academic year 2014-15

Academic Calendar- Pharma.D III, IV & V Years [For Batches 2010-11, 2011-12 and 2012-13] During the year 2014-15
EventFromToNo.of Weeks/Days
Commencement of Class Work16.06.2014--
1st spell of Instructions16.06.201406.09.201412 weeks
I mid term examinations08.09.201413.09.20141 week
II spell of Instructions15.09.201406.12.201412 weeks
II mid term examinations08.12.201413.12.20141 week
III spell of Instructions15.12.201407.03.201512 weeks
III mid term examinations09.03.201514.03.20151 week
Preparation & Practical Examinations16.03.201528.03.20152 weeks
End examinations30.03.201511.04.20152 weeks
Summer vacation13.04.201530.05.20157 Weeks
Commencement of next semester class work01.06.2015--

JNTU-HYD : Academic calendar for Pharm.D VI Year during the academic year 2014-15

Academic Calendar For Pharm.D VI Year Regular (For 2009 Admitted Batch)
Commencement of internship in general ward
14.07.2014 to 17.01.2015 (6 Months)
Report submission of internship in general ward
19.01.2015
Commencement of internship in specialty ward 1
20.01.2015 to 20.03.2015 (2 Months)
Report submission of internship in specialty ward 1
21.03.2015
Commencement of internship in specialty ward 2
23.03.2015 to 23.05.2015 (2 Months)
Report submission of internship in specialty ward 2
25.05.2015
Commencement of internship in specialty ward 3
26.05.2015 to 25.07.2015 (2 Months)
Report submission of internship in specialty ward 3
27.07.2015
Final viva of internship
28.07.2015



      
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Unfair practices adopted in certain pharmacy institutions/examing authorities

New Delhi ,13 July 2014: The Pharmacy council of India has written to All institutions approved by PCI,All Universities / Examining Authorities conducting Diploma, Degree, Pharm.D and Pharm.D (PB) regarding Curbing of unfair practices adopted in certain pharmacy institutions/examing authorities.

It has been brought to the notice of the PCI that in some of the pharmacy institutions / examining authorities, the following types of unfair practices are being adopted -
a) Students do not attend the classess regularly and their attendance is marked.
b) All the classes both theory and practicals as per the norms are not conducted.
c) Examining Authorities do not follow the statutory norms prescribed by the PCI in holding examination.
d) No proper and effective checks are done on the copying during the examinations.
e) Migration policy of the PCI is not strictly followed etc.