CHANDIGARH,04.12.21-The one-week long Faculty Training Program under UGC Networking Resource Centre in Pharmaceutical Sciences on the theme “Attaining Quality Excellence in Drug Delivery Development & Research: Emerging Trends, Tools & Techniques in Pharmaceutics & Biopharmaceutics” conducted by University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences (UIPS), Panjab University, from November 29 to December 04, 2021 concluded today virtually.
A total of 67 faculty participants hailing from 19 states of the country were trained on updated vistas during the said program. As many as 25 eminent speakers‎ from academic institutions, industrial houses and research organizations across India, Australia and United Kingdom (UK) deliberated on futuristic knowledge and know-how during the program.
During the valedictory program, Professor Rakesh Kumar Sharma, Vice-Chancellor, Saveetha Medical University, Chennai delivered the Valedictory Keynote Lecture on “Nuclear Medicine and Magnetic Resonance as Vital Tools in Drug Development and Delivery.” He touched upon various live examples how nuclear magnetic resonance could show interaction with the body organs for bioimaging through his recent discoveries.
Professor M P S Ishar, Former Vice-Chancellor, Jammu University & Former Vice-Chancellor, MRS Punjab Technical University was the Chief Guest at the Valedictory function. He appreciated the UIPS team wholeheartedly for its endeavours to train the young faculty across the country for updated pharmaceutical sciences concepts. He stressed upon the need to train them for writing winnable research proposals too.
Earlier, Professor Indu Pal Kaur, Chairperson, UIPS, delivered the welcome address for the speakers and participants.
Professor Bhupinder Singh Bhoop, Course Coordinator, briefed about the antecedents of the week-long course and appreciated the interactions between the resource persons and the faculty participants.
Dr Gurpal Singh, Joint Course Coordinator, presented the Vote of Thanks.
Around 150 faculty, students and selected faculty participants enthusiastically attended the wee