Mangaluru: Srinivas College Valachil observes National Pharmacy Week

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Mangaluru, Nov 19: Srinivas College of Pharmacy, Valachil, in association with Indian Pharmaceutical Association, Dakshina Kannada district, local branch, observed National Pharmacy Week from November 18 to 22.

Dr Rajeshwari Devi, district medical officer, Wenlock District Hospital, here was the chief guest of the inaugural function on November 18. She advised the students to develop a professional attitude and to be vigilant on drug abuse and its influence on the younger generation.

Dr A Srinivas Rao, pro-chancellor, Srinivas University, vice-president, A Shama Rao Foundation, Mangaluru in his presidential remarks called upon the budding pharmacists to involve in research in nanotechnology to design life-saving drugs.

Dr A R Shabaraya, principal, Srinivas College of Pharmacy and president, IPA, local branch, Mangaluru exhorted the young pharmacists to change from a product oriented to a practice oriented approach and proposed the vote of thanks.

Dr E V S Subrahmanyam, professor, Srinivas College of Pharmacy and vice-president IPA welcomed the guests and highlighted the significance of observing the National Pharmacy week every year to bring awareness of Pharmacy as a profession to society.

Anusha Shetty, student council president, highlighted the importance of Pharmacy week. Aysha and Fathima anchored the programme, Dr Satish S, Dr Krishnananda Kamath, Shripaty D and Viresh K Chandur, coordinators were present at the function.


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