Chemistry

Job for B.Pharm/M.Pharm in Research work at Kumaun University

Kumaun University is spread over in three campuses (DSB Campus, Bhimtal Campus and SS Jena Campus) with an area of 5,31,373 sq. mt. (160 acres) and built-up area of 3,00,000 sq. mt. The location of the university in Uttarakhand offers excellent research and teaching due to its landscape which is on undulating high ground. There are many herbs, shrubs and trees as well as rocks and minerals constituting eco-systems that can be studied. The university is known for its research and teaching in Geology, Forestry, Ecology, Particle Physics and Chemistry, Economics and Management as well as boasts of several centres that offer interesting research.

Applications are invited for the following research positions in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Bhimtal and Zoology, Nainital respectively latest by 10th March 2016.

Post: Research Fellow


Looking for for DGM - API Quality Assurance in Mylan

Mylan is one of the world’s leading generics and specialty pharmaceutical companies, providing products to customers in more than 150 countries and territories. The company maintains one of the industry’s broadest and highest quality product portfolios, which is regularly bolstered by an innovative and robust product pipeline. With a workforce of more than 16,000, Mylan has attained leading positions in key international markets through its wide array of dosage forms and delivery systems, significant manufacturing capacity, global commercial scale and a committed focus on quality and customer service.

Post: DGM - API Quality Assurance


Vacancy for Senior Scientist, Scientist in CSIR-Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology

The CSIR-Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology, Palampur (CSIR-IHBT) is one of the National Institute under the Council of Scientific & Industrial Research which is an Autonomous Body. It is located on a 250 acres of land with the backdrop of snow-covered peaks of Dhauladhar Range in salubrious climate. The Institute is engaged in research and technology development programmes for sustainable management of bioresources of the Himalayas. The Institute has successfully carried out mission-oriented projects on tea, temperate floriculture and aromatic plants and is well equipped for Tissue culture and Biotechnology. Facilities include Tea Processing Unit, FRP greenhouses and equipments like GC-MS, FT-IR,Ultrascan, Automated DNA sequencers, Phosphoimager, Q-TOF, XL Laser densitometer,HPLCs, MALDI-TOF,CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY, CO2 Extractor, FPLC, HP-TLC, IRGA, NMR, Scintillation counter, computer networking etc.

CSIR-lnstitute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology, Palampur invites applications from young and dynamic candidates having excellent academic records for the under mentioned Scientific posts.


4th Annual Pharma Management Workshop


The “P” in PM is as much about
‘PEOPLE’ MANAGEMENT as it is about ‘PROJECT’ MANAGEMENT 

– Cornelius Fichtner

Project management in the pharmaceutical industry is gaining a lot more traction across the globe, and the interest in this methodology to work on projects is here to stay as organisations across the globe see the value of it. Professionals who have been trained in project management certifications are in great demand around the world.
   

Whether or not you hold the official title of project manager, chances are you'll be called upon to lead some sort of project at some time.

Why do you need Project Management Training? 

Organizations that incorporated project management training boosted their project success rate by 26%.

 

Projects that met all of the organizational objectives provided 

2X
the amount of training

and without the training the projects failed or partly succeeded.

 

According to PMI, 67% of project managers believe that project management training contributes to better project performance across all business KPIs.
 

Organizations that allocated
7% of their budget
towards project management training completed their projects successfully than the organizations that allocated only 4% towards training.

 


In the face of technological evolution, the need for project management best practices is more than ever. Understanding the growing response of project management in the pharmaceutical industry CPhI takes pride in introducing its 4th Annual Pharma Management Workshop happening on 21- 22 March 2016, at The Westin, Mumbai.

The workshop aims to ensure you gain a comprehensive understanding of the tools and techniques of project management and how they can be applied to your pharmaceutical projects  thereby resulting in timely, budgeted and quality projects
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For further information or team booking, contact Silford Rodrigues at
T: (022) 6172 7370 | M: +91 99205 81087
E:
silford.rodrigues@ubm.com 


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