Piyush Tripathi*, Neha Bala, Naresh Mali
Master of Business Administration in Pharmaceutical Management
IIHMR University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
The game of the future is not “Just Large Workforce” but “More Effective Workforce”.
Sales Force Effectiveness (SFE) is a key strategy to increase profitability that is the only one dependent variable for most of the companies. SFE enables the sales employees or workforce to target bulk of its effort towards highly profitable and most effective ways. SFE is all about efficiency, execution and engagement. Efficiency means how the workforce uses its time and energy in the organization very smartly; execution means how the workforce performs decisively in a planned way, engagement means to unleash the full potential of the sales force. It mainly involves around sales team strategy, talent management, remuneration and support processes, all are the essential responsibilities of Human Resource Management (HRM) of the organization because HR managers participate in developing strategies and ensure that human resource dimensions are considered.
Applications are invited from eligible candidates for the following posts on contract basis (contract up to 31.3.2016, likely to be continued further) in U.P. State AIDS Control Society. The application on prescribed format should reach in the office of the Project Director at mentioned address in time upto 05.02.2016 during working hours till 06:00 pm
National Centre for Flexible Electronics (NCFIexE) is organizing a round table meet to identify areas of applications of large area flexible electronics for Healthcare and Packaging Industries.
Sr. Executive, HRD-Marketing
TROIKAA PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED
Don’t know the name, but someone great had said that reading is one of the best way of learning. If you read the same book for more number of times you can learn new things each time you read that book. Having studied pharmacy for 7 years including diploma, degree & post graduation, I had to refer many subjects repeatedly. To add to this, I got my professional assignment also surrounding my passion for pharmacology (Imparting training to newly selected BE/BMs for cardiac products apart from conducting ACE session as a part of HRD MARKETING team in Troikaa Pharmaceuticals, which required me to refer those subjects again).
National Seminar cum Workshop on
“Nanotechnology- Application of QbD”
January 29-30, 2016,
Venue: B. V. Patel PERD Centre, Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Targeted Audience: Researchers, Scientists and Academicians
Research Scholars working in the area of:
• Day 1: Seminar session: Nanotechnology and Application of QbD, Utility of polymers & its limitations in Nano-pharmaceuticals, challenges faced by the industry for commercially viable Nanomedicine, by eminent academicians & industrial scientists.
• Day 2: Hands-on training session: Development & Characterization of Nanoformulations; covering various techniques High shear homogenizer, High pressure homogenizer, Usage of sonicator, Dynamic light scattering, for particle size reduction and characterization.
*Day 2: Limited seats for first 20 participants. Registration closed for Day 2.
CSIR- Central Drug Research Institute (CSIR-CDRI), a premier drug research institute of India was inaugurated on 17th Feb 1951 by the then Prime Minister of India Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru with a vision to strengthen and advance the field of drug research and development in the country. The Institute has made significant accomplishments in the pursuit of its mission to New Drugs & Technologies for affordable healthcare for all, generation of knowledge base and nurturing future leaders for healthcare sector.
CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, a premier Institute under Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), is involved in the multidisciplinary R&D programs of both basic and applied nature. CSIR-CDRI is a pioneer biomedical research organization in India and has the infrastructure and expertise to develop a drug right from the concept stage to the commercialization.