The rally was a great success, with a significant turnout from the public. Through their efforts, the students of Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy played a vital role in promoting cancer awareness, encouraging early detection, and advocating for continued research and resources to fight against this disease.
The faculty and principal of the college recently met with PCI President Dr. Montu Kumar and APTI Secretary Dr. Raman Dang to discuss the development and strategic planning for the growth of the college. The meeting aimed to explore ways to enhance the academic and research standards, infrastructure and to achieve academic excellence in the future. This meeting would help to provide direction to the college for future progress.
The faculty development program was conducted by an international trained consultant on Program ILOs and Course ILOs to enhance the teaching and learning methods of the faculty members. The program would equip the faculty members with the knowledge and skills to develop and align the ILOs in line with the international standards and provide quality education to the students.
The faculty and students of the college celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm and unity. The celebration aimed to instill a sense of patriotism and national pride in the hearts of the faculty and students. The celebration included various activities such as flag hoisting, cultural programs, and speeches. The event brought together the entire college community, and the unity and enthusiasm displayed by the faculty and students were a sight to behold.
The Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Analysis organized a workshop on “Concept of Spectral Analysis by IR, NMR and Mass Spectroscopy,” which was attended by faculty members of Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy. The workshop was also conducted as a faculty development program at Krupanidi College of Pharmacy, aiming to enhance the knowledge and skills of the faculty members in the field of pharmaceutical analysis. The attendees found the workshop informative and useful.
Dr. Juturu Timmasetty, a professor in the Department of Pharmaceutics at Bapuji College of Pharmacy, Davangere, Karnataka generously donated books to the library of Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy. As a renowned author and researcher in pharmaceutics, his donation will serve as a valuable resource for the students and faculty members, enhancing their learning experience and research activities. The college expresses its gratitude for the generous donation from Dr. Juturu Timmasetty
Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy students recently attended the National Conference on Optimizing Healthcare by Minimizing Medication Errors: The Right Approach organized by T. John College of Pharmacy. The conference provided the students with an opportunity to learn about innovative solutions and best practices for improving healthcare standards. The students participated in discussions and debates, which enabled them to gain further insight into the topic. They also had the chance to network with other professionals in the field, and share their own experiences and opinions.
Ramachandra Setty Siddamsetty’s visit to Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy was a remarkable event for the college. His valuable insights and suggestions for the college’s 10-year roadmap have opened up new possibilities for growth and development. The college is grateful for his guidance, and the positive impact of his visit is sure to inspire the students and faculty to strive towards excellence in pharmacy education.
M.L. Schroff, known as the father of Indian pharmaceutical education, was the subject of an inspiring speech at Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy. Dr. Prem Kumar, the esteemed Professor and Head of the Department of Pharmacology at Krupanidi College of Pharmacy, delivered the speech on National Pharmacy Education Day. Dr. Prem Kumar discussed the life and contributions of M.L. Schroff, inspiring the students to learn about the history of their field and the pioneers who shaped it.
During Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy’s International Women’s Day celebration, Dr. Roopa Shree, a distinguished academic and a woman of influence, delivered a motivational speech that left a deep impact on all attendees. She emphasized the significance of education, hard work, and perseverance in achieving one’s goals, and urged women to break free from stereotypes and create a name for themselves in the field of pharmacy. The students and staff were inspired by her words and appreciated her presence as the chief guest. We look forward to having Dr. Roopa Shree grace us with her presence in the future as well.
The collaboration between Krupanidi College of Pharmacy and Vidya Siri College of Pharmacy for the International Epilepsy Day awareness program was a successful event. The program not only educated the public about epilepsy but also demonstrated the importance of collaboration in achieving a common goal. The participation of students and faculty from both colleges showcased the motivation and dedication towards creating awareness about health issues.