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  • 17 Mar 2021
    NBA

    has been Re-accredited upto 2023-24 by NBA

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    has been Re-accredited upto 2023-24 by NBA

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  • 08 Mar 2021
    INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy is thankful to Prof. Vineet Kansal, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam University, Lucknow, U.P for organizing the webinar on ‘ATMANIRBHAR WOMEN ... read detail

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy is thankful to Prof. Vineet Kansal, Pro-Vice Chancellor of Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam University, Lucknow, U.P for organizing the webinar on ‘ATMANIRBHAR WOMEN IN NEW BHARAT’ on the occasion of International Women’s Day on 8th March 2021, which was attended  by all the faculty members of I.T.S College of Pharmacy. The event was graced by eminent speakers like Dr. Divya Dwivedi, Ms. Ritu Dubey, Ms. Simran Sahni, Dr. Ruby Gupta, Dr. Amutha Ravikumar and Ms. Rashmi Jain. They emphasized  mainly on women empowerment, entrepreneurship and  how women can express themselves in every possible way to make themselves Atmanirbhar in New Bharat.

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  • 16 Feb 2021
    Inauguration of Sports Complex

    On 16 February2021, our honourable Vice Chairman, Mr Arpit Chadha, inaugurated the State of the Art Sports Complex at I.T.S Muradnagar Campus, Ghaziabad. Students and Faculty members also... read detail

    On 16 February2021, our honourable Vice Chairman, Mr Arpit Chadha, inaugurated the State of the Art Sports Complex at I.T.S Muradnagar Campus, Ghaziabad. Students and Faculty members also gathered to embrace the sports vibe.  Mr. Arpit Chadha in his address stated that the complex was a step towards fostering the students overall progress. Sports facilities such as Table Tennis, Badminton, Basketball, Lawn Tennis, Squash, Volleyball, Carrom, and Chess are available at the state of the art complex. Students of pharmacy department also participated in various events organized.
     

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  • 24 Nov 2020
    e-Student induction Program 2020

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized an Induction Program from 24th November 2020 -05th December 2020 for B.Pharm first year (Batch 2020-2024) students. The objective of the program was to... read detail

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized an Induction Program from 24th November 2020 -05th December 2020 for B.Pharm first year (Batch 2020-2024) students. The objective of the program was to draw attention towards the problems and challenges being faced by the students at individual, family, society and environmental levels and techniques to handle them. Issues related to the happiness, welfare, aspirations, goals and success in life were explored and dealt with.
    The program started at 9 a.m. every day with yoga & physical activities. On the first day, Dr. Sadish Kumar S, Director, I.T.S College of Pharmacy interacted with the fresher, emphasizing on the Research in the field of Pharmacy through academics during the program. He started his talk highlighting the importance of the e-SIP and said that induction program inculcates the basic concept of pharmacy in students’ minds and besides, a mandate program to be organized for students entering new course, as per AICTE governing body. In addition he also shared the information about the higher courses offered by I.T.S College of Pharmacy imparting quality education.The coordinator Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma (Assoc. Prof.) explained the purpose of Induction program and to be positive in all circumstances, Ms. Gurvindar Kaur, Assistant Professor, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, I.T.S College of Pharmacy, shared information about various facilities provided by Institute such as infra-structure, library, IT Labs, faculty members, various committees involved in students activities etc., pharmacy curriculum, university policies related to mandatory attendance to be maintained to appear in examinations and various career options in pharmacy after graduation. After the session, the students inquired about their general queries related to program followed by Dr. Puneet Gupta CEC Member of Indian Pharmaceutical Association and Indian Hospital Pharmacists Association, discussed about the different carrier options in pharmacy sector. He also included the importance of applying theoretical knowledge during the training course in industry and hospital.
    A motivational lecture delivered by Mr. R.A Gupta, Vice president, IHPA, Uttar Pradesh. He shared with students about history of Pharmacy and Father of Pharmacy.
    Dr. C.S. Ram, Head of Department, Physiotherapy, enlightens the students about importance of physical activity and fitness in their day to day life. Dr. Shalini K. Shawhney, Associate Professor, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, I.T.S College of Pharmacy shared information about the different subjects related to Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Dr. Praveen Gaur Associate Professor, pharmaceutics, I.T.S College of Pharmacy, spoke in detail about the subject pharmaceutics and the related branches, Dr. Radha Goel Associate Professor & Dr Raj Kumari Associate Professor brief about the Pharmacology and Pharmacogonocy subject respectively. Ms. Rosaline Mishra Assistant Professor I.T.S College of Pharmacy, spoke about Proficiency module with respect to public speaking, how to give an effective public speech and ways to overcome fear of public speaking and described in detail about a very important term Netiquette, “ How to behave on Online Platform”. The literarury session was taken by Ms. Garima Raj Assistant Professor. She spoke about the ongoing pandemic of COVID 19, ways to save ourselves from the pandemic, Dr. Dinesh Puri, Associate Professor, Pharmaceutics, I.T.S College of Pharmacy, discussed about the current scenario of Indian Pharmaceutical Industries. India is the third largest manufacturer in pharmaceutical products globally and one of the major exporters of generic drugs.
    Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma covered lectures of Universal Human Values in the e-Induction program; the students explored their self and learnt about natural acceptance, which is essentially required to live in harmony with others. Students were taken to various laboratories, library visit in the department during campus visit in offline session of induction program.
    The students participated in painting, singing, dancing activities in the creative arts session. They cleared their problems in the subjects of Maths, in the proficiency module session.
    The Coordinator and faculty mentors were assisted by other faculty and staff members of the college to conduct the program effectively. On the last day, feedback & self evaluation session was organised followed by Syndicate Bank, Stationary & Photoshop, Dental hospital, Surya hospital Muradnagar & Research laboratory at I.T.S C.D.S.R., Muradnagar visit.

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  • 12 Nov 2020
    Session on Disability rights awareness

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  • 10 Nov 2020
    Session on Disability rights awareness

    Under the esteemed guidance of our respected Vice Chairman Mr Arpit Chadha and Secratary Sir, I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Ghaziabad organised an event on 10th November at 1 pm on the topi... read detail

    Under the esteemed guidance of our respected Vice Chairman Mr Arpit Chadha and Secratary Sir, I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Ghaziabad organised an event on 10th November at 1 pm on the topic “Disability rights awareness”. The session began with a welcome speech by Dr. Sadish Kumar S, Director, I.T.S College of Pharmacy. He introduced the convenor for the session Mr. Shameer Rishad who spoke in elaboration about his foundation which was launched in March 2019, Javed Abidi Foundation, JAF aims to effectively implement the Rights of Persons With Disabilities (RPWD) Act of 2016 the foundation strives to bring youth together, foster friendships, and create a community where individuals and youth with disabilities know their rights. It trains them to be young leaders in the disability space, and effectively enable change. Mr. Rishad spoke about his role as convenor in the Javed Abidi Foundation. This foundation is a tribute to his late uncle Mr.Javed Abidi who was a disability rights activist and fought really hard for disability rights. He lobbied the first law for disability in 1995. The RPwD Act, 2016 was a big achievement for him. Further he went on to speak about the four models of disability. The first one being the charity model, second one being the medical model, the third model, being social model and the fourth one being “Human Rights Model”. He further spoke about the RPwD Act to have a better understanding of it. The session was graced with the presence of two prominent speakers the first one being Ms. Aishwarya Othena. She has a master's degree and is pursuing her PhD, she is an avid reader and a novice writer. She is now exploring use of art to confront ableism. It is her passion and her profession. She spoke about how a disability need not be considered as a constraint getting rid of this stereotype could be the first step towards doing something, rather than just protesting she also spoke about distribution of power. The next speaker, Ms Sneha Dasgupta who is associated with a number of organisations spoke about how teachers should be more open to accessibility options such as sign language so students like her can still communicate with them. The faculty of a school need to have accessibility options to accommodate deafness and other disabilities. The state shall not discriminate on the basis of disability. She also said to ensure the equality, we need to end discrimination based on disability. This was then followed by Question & Answer session where the speakers addressed all the questions with extreme enthrallment. The amazing event was then concluded by the Director Dr. Sadish Kumar S. He addressed the students and asked them to brain storm on what we as a society could do for the people with disability. 153 students and faculty members of I.T.S College of Pharmacy joined the session with lot of enthusiasm. The session was also live streamed on Youtube. The students found the session to be really interesting and extremely useful.

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  • 19 Oct 2020
    Women and Girl Empowerment Program

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Muradnagr,under the U.P. government program “Mision shakti” organized different programs on Women Security, Power and  their Respect , at Villa... read detail

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Muradnagr,under the U.P. government program “Mision shakti” organized different programs on Women Security, Power and  their Respect , at Village Abidpur Manki   
    Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma, Associate Professor, Mr, Abad Beig, Pradhan AbidpurManki and village panchayat member Mr Dilshad , Mr Rajiv Kumar Sharma organize meetings with women at Abidpur Manki, village in Modinagar. He explained about Nari Shakti, Nari Samman and Nari Suraksha. He told them, about the crimes against women are rape, honor killing, child abuse, dowry death, acid attack, female foeticide, trafficking, child marriage and .We should  take preventive measure to ensure women safety. He taught self-defense techniques, laws relating to crimes against women and how children should be taught from an early age to respect women and to treat them as equals.
    Mr Abad Beig explained about different help line numbers for women like, Women Power help line number-1090,Mahila help line number-181, C.M. help line number-1076,Child help line-1098,Police Emergency help line-112 and Health-Ambulance line-102.
    I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Muradnagar, organized Women & Girls Empowerment program, at Aganbari center at Village Abidpur Manki.   
     Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma, Associate Professor with Ms. Urmila Gautam, Ms Lata Aganbari worker organized this meeting. Ms Urmila Gautam explained about child labor, child trafficking, Child marriage, and other offences. She said that it’s needed most, protecting girls and women by equipping skilled,  education, counseling, medical care, small business loans, and other programs that reach women and girls as well as women — helping to end cycles of gender-based violence.

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  • 19 Oct 2020
    Women Security, Power and Respect Program

    Safety of Women in India has become a major issue in India now. The crime rates against women in the country have only risen to a great extent. Women think twice before stepping out of th... read detail

    Safety of Women in India has become a major issue in India now. The crime rates against women in the country have only risen to a great extent. Women think twice before stepping out of their homes, especially at night. This is, unfortunately, the sad reality of our country that lives are in constant fear.
    I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Muradnagr, has organized different programs on Women Security, Power and their Respect from 15 October 2020 to 19 October 2020. The program was inaugurated by Dr. S. Sadish Kumar, Director I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Muradnagar.
    On first day Dr. Raj Kumari, Associate Professor and Ms. Meenakshi Sharma, Assitant Professor, organized a meeting with female employee of campus. She explained that,Safety of Women in India has become a major issue in India now. The crime rates against women in the country have risen to a great extent.
    The list continues as crimes against women are on the rise. Other crimes also include child marriages, child abuse, rape, dowry deaths, trafficking and many more.
    Although the list of crimes is very long, we can take measures to ensure women’s safety in our country. Firstly, the government must make stringent laws that ensure the punishment of criminals immediately. Fast track courts must be set so the victim gets justice instantly. This will serve as a great example for other men to not commit crimes against women.
    Most importantly, men must be taught to respect women from an early age. They must consider women as equals so they don’t even think of harming them. When you consider someone inferior, you tend to oppress them. If this thinking goes away, half of the crimes will automatically end, she added in her last of meeting.
    On second day Ms. Meenakshi Sharma, Assitant Professor, organize a meeting with girls students and she explain the safety measure for girls in our campus, equality of gender and security for females.
    On third and forth day, Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma, Associate organize meetings with female in his village, Abidpur Manki, Modinagar. He explained about Nari Shakti, Nari Samman and Nari Suraksha. He told them; of the crimes against women are rape, honor killing, child abuse, dowry death, acid attack, female foeticide, trafficking, child marriage and more. We should take preventive measure to ensure women safety. He taught self-defense techniques, Laws relating to crimes against women. Children should be taught from an early age to respect women and treat them as equals.
    In short, crimes against women are stopping the growth of our country. We must not put the blame on women and ask them to be extra careful. Instead, we must ask the men to change their thinking and work to make the world a safer place for women.
     

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  • 25 Sep 2020
    Patent Grant

    Dear All,
    We are delighted to share with you the patent certificate.
    We are very much thankful to the management of I.T.S - The Education Group for their encouragement and s... read detail

    Dear All,
    We are delighted to share with you the patent certificate.
    We are very much thankful to the management of I.T.S - The Education Group for their encouragement and support in achieving this great feat.

     

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  • 01 Jul 2020
    International e-Conference

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    International e-Conference at I.T.S College of Pharmacy

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