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Inaugural Caremony of IPGA MP State branch & National Seminar on Role of Computational Model for the Optimization of Pharmaceutical Products in organised by Truba Institute of Pharmacy

Indian Pharmacy Graduates' Association was Established In The Year 1973. The Association is registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. Indian Pharmacy Graduates Association is national level association of Indian Pharmacy Graduates. It has been working from the last 30 years for the Up liftment of professionals of pharmacy. The association has a mission to improve the professional status of pharmacy graduates and to secure their rightful place in pharmacy and allied professions. At present IPGA has around 5600 Life Members in 17 state branches all across the country. In Order To Provide Strength To The Profession Of Pharmacy, We Feel That The Pharmacy Graduates From All Corners Of The Country Should Join Hands Under The Banner Of IPGA To Provide Impetus On The National Issues And Programmes.

IPGA Has Been Constantly Engaged In Conducting Workshops, Annual Conferences, Seminars, And Other Activities To Up Date The Knowledge And Skills Of Pharmacy Professionals. It Also Published Quarterly News Letters In The Name Of IPGA TODAY which Covers The Various Activities Performed By The State Branches And Other Articles On Recent Advancement And Pharmaceutical Sciences.

A National Seminar on Pharma Regulatory Affairs: Current Trends & Career Opportunities on Saturday, 23rd August 2014 at Lloyd School of Pharmacy

Lloyd school of pharmacy is one of the leading institute of pharmacy in Northern India. The institute was started in 2004 with an objective of becoming a center for excellence for advanced studies and research in pharmaceutical science and with the vision to develop the professionally competent manpower with sound subject knowledge, practical skills and strong ethical values for the profession. The institute is affiliated to UPTU Lucknow and approved by AICTE and PCI New Delhi.

National Seminar on “Applications of Mass and NMR techniques in Drug Research” 24th September-2014 at CDRI

Sophisticated Analytical Instrument Facility (SAIF), formerly known as Regional Sophisticated Instrumentation Centre-RSIC, at CSIR-Central Drug Research Institute, Lucknow has been providing excellent analytical service for the last 40 years and is one of the first four such facilities set up by the Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India in mid seventies.

Seminar on Formulation Development of Liquid Oral Dosage Forms 6th June, 2014 at NIPER

NIPER had successfully conducted 53 training programs under the World Bank sponsored “Capacity Building Project” in the years 2004 to 2008. These were meant for the technical staff from government testing laboratories, regulatory bodies, private testing laboratories and analytical as well as production staff from Small and Medium Pharmaceutical Industries (SMPIs).

National Seminar on "Recent Innovations and Developments in Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology" April, 27th, 2014 in Rishiraj College of Pharmacy

LNCT Group of Colleges is ones of the oldest and largest education group in central India. Founded in 1994, LNCT Group of Colleges has the privilege of being the First Private (self financed ) institute of M.P LNCT Group offers Diploma, Bachelor, Master's and Doctorate-level programs in Engineering, Management, Pharmacy, Medical, Homeopathy, Dental and recurring and professional studies.

National Seminar On TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCES & THEIR IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT in PCE - APRIL 22, 2014

Poornima College of Engineering (PCE) was established In the year 2000. There are seven B.Tech courses (CSE, ECE, EE, EIC, IT, ME & CIVIL), along with two M.Tech courses (CS & VLSI). In a span of thirteen years PCE has added many feathers In Its cap and has emerged as he top notch destination for echnlcal education In Rajasthan.

5th National Seminar on BIOINFORMATICS, 2014 in SVIMS Bioinformatics Centre

We extend our cordial invitation to attend DBT sponsored 5th National seminar on BIOINFORMATICS to be organized by SVIMS Bioinformatics Centre, SVIMS University, Tirupati from 14-15th February 2014. The main objective of the National conference is to bring together scientists, researchers, students from academia and corporate companies to share their informatics research experiences in the field of molecular modeling and drug design. Moreover, the participants will get opportunities to enlighten their bioinformatics skills to implement in their respective research field. Researchers will also be encouraged to present their research works.

National Seminar on Data Mining Application in Genomics & Proteomics 24th Jan 2014 in Bharathiar University

The Bharathiar University named after the great national poet Subramania Bharathi is enshrined with the motto "Educate to Elevate" and was established in 1982. The Postgraduate Centre of the University of Madras, which was functioning in Coimbatore before 1982 formed the core of the Bharathiar University. The M.Sc Bioinformatics programme was first started as the special programme under Department of Botany in the year 2001 and the Department of Bioinformatics has its complete inception in the year 2005. The Department offers MSc, MPhil and PhD programmes in the field of Bioinformatics. Research being the major activity of the department, the PhD program of the department focuses on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics projects such as data mining, text mining, machine learning applications in genomics and proteomics, sequence analysis, structural bioinformatics and in silico drug development.

Seminar on GLP and GMP - A Regulatory Perspective in NIPER

NIPER had successfully conducted 53 training programs under the World Bank sponsored “Capacity Building Project” in the years 2004 to 2008, for the technical staff from government testing laboratories, regulatory bodies, private testing laboratories and analytical as well as production staff from Small and Medium Pharmaceutical Industries (SMPIs). Department of Pharmaceuticals, Government of India, announced the setting up of a dedicated centre for SMPIs at Pharmaceutical Advisory Forum (PAF) on 23rd April 2008. This Centre offers practical trainings on analytical instruments and conducts seminars on issues of relevance to the Pharma industry like GLP, GMP & regulatory affairs. All these activities have been designed in consultation with SMPIs. This dedicated centre aims at creating synergy between industry and academia.

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