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  • 4th Annual Pharma Management Workshop

    The “P” in PM is as much about
    – 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 

    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

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  • Government vacancies for Pharmacists (54 Posts) in CRPF | All India level

    Applications are invited from male/female Indian citizens to fill up the following posts of Group “B” and “C” non ministerial, non gazetted, combatised paramedical staff in CRPF on all India basis. The posts are temporary but likely to become permanent.

    Post: Assistant Sub-Inspector (Pharmacists)

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    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.

  • One day meet on Flexible Electronics for Healthcare and Packaging - NCFlexE - Join in free

    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.


    Mrudul Kansara

    Sr. Executive, HRD-Marketing

    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 at PERD Centre

    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:

    • Nanopharmaceuticals
    • Material Science
    • Polymers
    • Cosmetics etc

    Programme coverage:
    • 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.

    For registration and further details:
    Visit us:
    or Email:
    or contact us at: Mr. Jacob Koshy Tel: 079-2743 9375, 2741 6409

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  • International Conference on developing pharmacy education - a policy and practice perspective at RIPER
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