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"Empowering Pharmaceutical Education: Global College of Pharmacy, Kahnpur Khui Shines at APTI Convention"

Students and faculty members from Global College of Pharmacy actively participated in the 5th Annual Convention of the Punjab State branch of the Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India (APTI), successfully organized at Amar Shaheed Baba Ajit Singh Jujhar Singh Memorial College of Pharmacy in BELA (Ropar). The convention, held under the theme "CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR PHARMACY EDUCATION SUPPORTING INDIAN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM," featured various presentations and discussions aimed at advancing pharmaceutical education and research.

Our college students contributed to the convention with E-poster presentations on diverse topics. Harjeet Kaur presented on the "Overview on Regulatory Aspects of Medical Devices in India" under the supervision of Prof. Sonia, while Manpreet Kaur explored "Docking Study of 1,4-Napthquinone as an Anticancer Activity" guided by Prof. Shilpa. Additionally, Nainsi presented on "Synthesis and Characterization of Benzimidazole Derivatives" under the supervision of Dr. Mandeep Singh and Prof. Rohit Chandel, and Komal Rana delved into "Quality Assurance Used by Laboratory Testing Machines." Prof. Priya Sharma delivered a presentation on "From Data to Decisions: Predicting Dengue Impact on Pregnant Women with A Machine Learning Approach in Pharmacy," with Damanpreet representing her E-poster on "Navigating the Immune Landscape in Madarosis" under her guidance.

These presentations underscored the importance of fostering a research-oriented environment in colleges and expressed optimism about the future, envisioning the upcoming years as a golden era for the pharmaceutical field. The collaboration between institutions is expected to create synergies that will enhance pharmaceutical education and research in the state.

A notable aspect of the convention was a panel discussion featuring pharmacy professionals from esteemed government and private organizations. This discussion served as a platform for the exchange of ideas, collaboration, and recognition of excellence in the pharmaceutical education and research domain. The aim was to identify and address challenges in the pharmacy profession to strengthen its role in the healthcare system.

Nainsi's achievement of securing the 3rd prize in the Punjab state convention was a proud moment for our college, highlighting the encouragement provided by Principal Dr. Deepak Kumar. Such recognition underscores the dedication and commitment of our students and faculty members to excellence in pharmaceutical education and research.


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