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  • 30 Oct 2021
    Diwali mela @ I.T.S College of Pharmacy

     Under the patronage and ardent participation of Shri Arpit Chadha, Honorab... read detail

     Under the patronage and ardent participation of Shri Arpit Chadha, Honorable Vice Chairman-I.T.S-The Education Group, e-cell of I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized ‘Diwali Mela’ to celebrate Diwali with cultural fervour on 30th Oct 2021. The fair was organized keeping in mind his encouraging thoughts ‘Earn while you learn’. This fair paved a platform for students to realize the importance of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, a government imitative to encourage self employment. Students got the taste of earning money with the work of their hands.

    The fair was coordinated by Dr. Madhu Verma (Assistant Professor) and Ms. Sagarika Majhi (Assistant Professor). The program was organized after a long pandemic break that made each face gleam with joy and laughter. All the students of Pharmacy wore colourful dresses. Some of the students had also set up stalls for food and decorative items. All these items were hand-made. There were games and entertainment programmes by the students. All the students, faculty and staff actively participated in the programs. The students were appreciated for their enthusiastic performance. Dr. S. Sadish Kumar, Director-I.T.S College of Pharmacy in his speech urged the students to go for “clean and green” Deepawali. He also wished for healthier and pollution-free India. The event ended with a jam session.

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  • 17 Sep 2021
    AICTE ATAL 5-day FDP at I.T.S College of Pharmacy REPORT - DAY 5

    Session 1: 9:30-11:00am
    The session 1 of Day 5 ATAL FDP started with the introduction of Dr. Shekhar Verma, Professor and Principal, Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya Memorial Health Scienc... read detail

    Session 1: 9:30-11:00am
    The session 1 of Day 5 ATAL FDP started with the introduction of Dr. Shekhar Verma, Professor and Principal, Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya Memorial Health Sciences and Ayush University of Chhattisgarh, Raipur, by Ms. Meenakshi Sharma along with Dr. Radha Goel. He gave insights into the topic “Design & Development of surfactants based Non-aqueous Carrier System for delivery of Poorly Aqueous Soluble Drugs”. He started the session by showing gratitude to I.T.S and AICTE for organizing the programme.
    He started his lecture by refreshing our fundamentals regarding the need for Non aqueous carrier system for delivery as compared to currently used conventional emulsion system.  His main emphasis was on problems like efficacy, bioavailability while using poorly aqueous soluble drugs as they are subjected for much research due to their hydrophobic nature. He also discussed the challenges and diversity involved there in. He briefed about activity of surfactants and their combinations that act as stabilizing agents for the emulsions/micro-emulsions. The advantages of non aqueous micro-emulsions he explained were thermodynamic stability, reduced dose, bioavailability and many more. He also highlighted the procedure to prepare anhydrous micro-emulsions with examples. He apprised the participants about the factors to be considered for the experimental design of anhydrous micro-emulsions like interfacial properties, rheological behavior, TEM, drug release & its stability. He also quoted versatile application of this advanced system. At the end of the session, he enthusiastically responded to all the queries of the participants.

    Session 2: 11:15-12:45 pm

    The session 2 of Day 5 ATAL FDP started with the introduction of Professor Satish Kumar Sharma, Pro Vice Chancellor, Glocal University, by Dr. Madhu Verma along with Ms. Sagarika Majhi. He gave insights into the topic “Nutraceuticals as therapeutic agents for the prevention and treatment of metabolic syndrome”. He started the session by showing gratitude to the management of I.T.S and AICTE for organizing the programme.
    Prof. Sharma refreshed our fundamental concepts of metabolic syndrome whose incidence and prevalence has increased enormously now-a-days. He apprised us with the five risk factors and the diagnostic parameters associated with MS. He briefed us about the safety, medical benefits, prevention and management approaches of MS. He also added that categories like probiotics, dietary fibers, PUFA, prebiotics, antioxidants, vitamins, polyphenols etc. are nutraceuticals in trend. His elaboration about various nutraceuticals like garlic powder, onion, green tea, black pepper etc. specifically acting as cardio-protective, was an eye opener as they may serve as effective alternatives to current pharmaceutical treatments. In a nutshell he emphasized on the recent updates on cardio-protective nutraceuticals used by MS patients in this pandemic era. Towards the end of session, he responded to all the queries of the participants.

    Lunch 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM  

    Session 3: 1:45-3:15 pm
    Ms. Sweeti started the session 3 of Day 5 ATAL FDP with the introduction of our speaker Dr. Anurag Verma, Professor & Dean, TMU University, Moradabad, along with Dr. Neelam Singh. His topic for the session was “Role of Nanotechnology in treatment of visceral leishmaniasis.”
    He commenced his topic by briefing about Nanotechnology and its use in the treatment of visceral leishmaniasis. He elaborated life stages of sand fly and types, symptoms, pathogenesis and pharmacotherapy of leishmaniasis. He also emphasized on the significance of employment of nanoparticle in the therapy of leishmania i.e., high drug loading, biodegradable carriers, increased bioavailability and enhanced uptake of drug. He later discussed two approaches explored by him used in the treatment of leishmaniasis. The first approach included modified SLN bearing Amphotericin B and paromomycin coated with 2-hydroxy propyl β-CD. The second approach was modified SLN bearing Amphotericin B coated with Vit. B12-stearic acid conjugate. Both approaches can be used orally. At the end he answered all the queries of the participants and also showed gratitude to the management of I.T.S and AICTE for organizing the programme.

    Valedictory function
    All the participants and Panel Members joined at 3:15 pm. Ms. Sweeti invited Mr. Surinder Sood, Director-PR, I.T.S – The Education Group for concluding remarks. He congratulated the organizing team for conducting such a fabulous event. He praised elite gentry of professional at one common platform. He emphasized on better synergy among the engineering section, artificial intelligence, medical field, robotics and regulatory guidelines, seeing the future prospects and challenges. Successively, Dr. S. Sadish Kumar thanked Mr. Surinder Sood and the management of I.T.S for their never-ending support and encouragement. He also appreciated good team work of the faculty members. The session proceeded with feedback by participants Dr. B.M Sharma, BIT, Meerut; Dr. Rajeev J Mudukavi, Ramaiya University; Samuel Ashique, BIT, Meerut; Dr. Niharika Lal; Sagar Bansal, Shambhunath Institute of Pharmacy; Monika Kaurav, KIET, Ghaziabad; Navneet K Verma, Buddha institute of Pharmacy, Gorakhpur. All the feedbacks were highly encouraging as they congratulated the team I.T.S for such an educative and communicative FDP. Vote of thanks was given by Dr. Shalini K. Sawhney, Professor, I.T.S College of Pharmacy at the end of session on Day 5 of ATAL-AICTE FDP.
    The session concluded by feedback and test.

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  • 16 Sep 2021
    AICTE ATAL 5-day FDP at I.T.S College of Pharmacy REPORT - DAY 4

    Session 1: 9:30-11:00am

    The session 1 of Day 4 ATAL FDP started with the introduction of Dr. Kumud Upadhyaya, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Kumaun Unive... read detail

    Session 1: 9:30-11:00am

    The session 1 of Day 4 ATAL FDP started with the introduction of Dr. Kumud Upadhyaya, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Kumaun University, Nanital by Dr. Raj Kumari. Dr Upadhyaya gave insights into the topic “Challenges and innovations in complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).” He started his lecture by refreshing our fundamentals regarding traditional knowledge including differences between indigenous knowledge & scientific knowledge, traits and ethnic diversity. The west has divided CAM into Ayurveda, siddha, unani, TCM, Homeopathy, aromapathy, Sowa rigpa, faith healing but the system is not recognized. Currently allopathy or modern system of medicine is in trends. Corona pandemic has taught as many things and integrative medicines come into existence including CAM and allopathy. He also briefed about various mind body therapies like meditation, hypnosis, yoga, tai chi, biofeedback, imaginative, relaxation creative outlets. Manipulative and body-based practices like massage, panchkarma, marm chikitsa, chiropractic therapy and imaginary and biologically based practices. He also discussed at par the challenges and diversity involved their in.

    Session 2: 11:15-12:45 pm

    Ms. Sagarika Majhi along with Co- Host Ms. Snigdha Bharadwaj, welcomed the delegates and dignitaries to Day 4 Session II. The session was chaired by Prof. (Dr.) Javed Ali, School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Jamia Hamdard. He started the session by showing gratitude to I.T.S and AICTE for organizing the programme.
    His topic of discussion was LIPID nano-carriers for bioavailability enhancement: challenges and opportunities. He started his lecture with historical time line of the Lipid based drug delivery systems from coarse emulsions to nano structures lipid carrier. He also highlighted in details the advancements of nano structures lipid carriers mainly structure modulation and higher stability. He illuminated the issues of concern with conventional lipid-based formulations and limitations of SLN. He refreshed us with regard to the novel approach of targeting drugs- NLC. He discussed types of NLC, its composition ingredients, potential advantages, applications in oral, parenteral, topical, intranasal, ocular etc. His main emphasis was on oral NLC i.e. Selection of Drug candidates, manufacturing strategy, advantages and shortcomings. He also discussed in brief his project in collaboration with CSIR.
    Nanotechnology has expanded exponentially in every field and Professor Javed, touched such a burning topic.  In the last couple of years, nanostructure lipid carriers have attracted diverse scientific and commercial vigilance as alternate carriers for the pharmaceutical consignment. It is foreseen that, in near future, nanostructured lipid carriers will be further advanced in a more efficient, exact and protected manner. Hope this will motivate our delegates to pursue NLC and contribute in our country and professional upliftment.

    Lunch 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM  

    Session 3: 1:45-3:15 pm

    Ms Gurvindar Kaur along with Ms. Meenakshi Sharma hosted the post lunch session. She introduced Dr. Meenakshi Bajpai, Professor and Head of Institute of Pharmaceutical Research, GLA University, Mathura. Dr. Bajpai briefed about rapid growth of market in Asia Pacific regions. This is a golden opportunity for the companies willing to outsource excipients & manufacturing. In her talk, she included global pharmaceutical excipients market value shares and its forecast over a period. She focused on the new technologies implemented to innovate multifunctional excipients and discussed about their increased demand in the market as well as growth of regional market by launch of new products. She elaborated the goals of IPEC and its guidelines, EXCiPACT certification to qualify the suppliers and reduction in costs, audit burden for users and suppliers, QbD projects to regulate the use of excipients. At the end of session, she calmly responded to all the queries of the participants.
    The sessions of Day 4 were concluded with online feedback and attendance.
     

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  • 15 Sep 2021
    AICTE ATAL 5-day FDP at I.T.S College of Pharmacy REPORT - DAY 3

    Session 1: 9:30-10:00 am
    The session 1 of Day 3 ATAL FDP started with the introduction of Dr. Harish Dureja, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Maharshi Dayanand Uni... read detail

    Session 1: 9:30-10:00 am
    The session 1 of Day 3 ATAL FDP started with the introduction of Dr. Harish Dureja, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak by Ms. Sweeti Bana. He enlightened our delegates by giving introduction of QbD that ensures product quality with effective control strategy. In his lecture, he discussed various steps of QbD like categorization of drug properties (TPP, QTPP); Risk assessment (RA-1) & identification of CQA; RA-2 by identifying PPs & MA; optimization of effects of input variables (DOE, CMAs& CPPs, design space). Dr. Harish briefly discussed how control strategies and RA-3 are determined by giving examples. He also showered some light on the design of experiment, its need, evolution and use in pharmaceutical sector. Towards the end of his talk, he explained all the queries of the participants.

    Session 2: 11:15-12:45 pm

    Dr. Madhu Verma, Assistant professor I.T.S College of Pharmacy, along with Co- Host Ms. Smiriti Sahu, welcomed the delegates and dignitaries. The session was chaired by Prof. (Dr.) Jagannath Sahoo, Director- School of Pharmaceutical and Population Health Informatics, DIT University, Dehradun. He started the session by thanking I.T.S and AICTE for organizing the programme. He delivered his talk on Convergence and block chain and artificial intelligence in Health care. While unfolding the secrets of artificial intelligence he brought our focus on how the world is looking forward at our profession. It was a proud moment of all when he told that out of top 10 emerging technologies of 2020, 5 are from pharmacy profession namely microneedles, virtual patients, digital medicine (smart watches, pills having devices), Whole genome synthesis and Quantum sensing. He discussed at par the role of AI in health care i.e., Block chain technology, Clinical trial book keeping, Health care institutions and providers, credentials verification of physicians, and Consumers & providers and payers. He fantasizes the audience by referring to currently used terms in AI healthcare such as smart watches, data recoding by wearable devices, bioelectronics medicines, Internet of healthy things IOHT, etc. He also dealt with the challenges associated with AI such as Disparity in pharma data, Data analytics is time consuming and resource heavy, Data inaccuracies and ambiguity around relevance, Cost and above all, rules and regulations not well defined. He also enlisted the AI based diagnostic tools which have entered into hospitals and the others which are in fundamental stage. He also highlighted the Star trek Devices i.e, medical devices of the future like, Bionic eye, 3 D print sockets for artificial limbs, contact lens for blood glucose level, Virtual dissection table, Robotic assistance, Biometric tattoos, Sensor in teeth, Printed skin, in-silico clinical trials, the medical tricorder. In the end, he patiently addressed all the queries of the delegates. Overall, it was very informative and illuminating session for audience and can motivate them to pursue their career in this emerging field.

    Lunch 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM  

    Session 3: 1:45-3:15 pm

    Ms Snigdha Bhardwaj along with Dr. Raj Rajkumari hosted the post lunch session. Dr Avijit Mazumder , Professor and Director in Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology Pharmacy Institute briefed about antimicrobial resistance and its public health risks world-wide. He  shared the antimicrobial history and reasons of its resistance. In his talk, he also elucidated the harmful effects of antibacterial resistance on plants, animal, human body system, clarified the different mechanisms to spread resistance which includes plasmid mediated resistance, genetic mutation etc. He focused on the facts and preventive measures with regard to antibiotic resistance by using combination therapy of antibiotics instead continuous or unnecessary use of antibiotics, maintaining healthy practices in daily life. He calmly responded to all the queries of the participants.
    The sessions of Day 3 were concluded with online feedback and attendance.

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  • 14 Sep 2021
    AICTE ATAL 5-day FDP at I.T.S College of Pharmacy REPORT - DAY 2

    Session 1: 9:30-11:00 am
    Ms. Sagarika Majhi, (Assistant Professor) along with Ms. Smriti Sahu (Assistant Professor) started Day 2 session-1 of Online 5 - day FDP on Drug engineeri... read detail

    Session 1: 9:30-11:00 am
    Ms. Sagarika Majhi, (Assistant Professor) along with Ms. Smriti Sahu (Assistant Professor) started Day 2 session-1 of Online 5 - day FDP on Drug engineering: Challenges & Innovations, sponsored by AICTE- ATAL Academy from 13th -17th September 2021. She introduced the speaker Professor Kamla Pathak, Dean and Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Medical Sciences, Etawah, Uttar Pradesh.  She gave insights on an unimaginable topic 3D printing that is a combination of chemistry and robotics. We learned about the design, design to a machine readable format, raw materials required, printing and the post processing steps. She also elaborated us with various techniques of 3D printing like binder deposition, material jetting, extrusion technology, powder bed fusion, photo-polymerization; pen based 3D printing, 3D printing molds along with their applications. She enlightened our delegates about the need of 3D printing due to product complexity, personalization and on demand manufacturing as in time/resource constrains settings. We also learnt about the advances of 3D like 4D and 5D printing along with many types of software. The session was concluded with questions and answer round by participants.

    Session 2: 11:15-12:45 pm

    Session 2 of FDP was hosted by Ms. Meenakshi Sharma (Assistant Professor) along with co-host Ms. Neelam Singh (Assistant Professor). The session was chaired by Dr. Ashutosh Kumar, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai on NMR spectroscopy in drug discovery. He enlightened our delegates by giving introduction of NMR and its role in structural biology and drug discovery. In his lecture he discussed drug-protein interaction and drug development process. Dr Ashutosh briefly discussed how X ray is used to illuminate drug protein bound structure by giving examples. He also shed some light on the topics thermodynamics and dynamics of drug binding, protein dynamics. In his talk he described how molecular complexes are analyzed using solution and solid state NMR spectroscopy. Dr Ashutosh also made us learn to determine 3D structure of molecule by calculating chemical shift, coupling constant, dipolar coupling using NMR. In simple 5 steps he described the protein structure determination by NMR. He also enlightened the delegates with advance techniques like multi dimensional NMR, TOCSY (Total correlation spectroscopy), RDC enhanced NMR and STD NMR. He shared his knowledge about NMR analysis of ligand protein interaction identified via ligand based and protein based methods. He concluded his session by addressing NMR applications in Pharma industry.  Dr Ashutosh quenched the thirst of participants by answering their questions.

    Session 3: 1:45-3:15 pm

    Post lunch Session was hosted by Ms. Gurvindar Kaur, Assistant Professor along with Ms. Snigdha Bharadwaj (Assistant Professor). The speaker of the session Mr. Yogesh V. Kshirsagar, Lecturer at K.K.Wagh Education Society, Nashik enlightened the participants by explaining about the importance and need of meditation in our daily routine. He also spoke about the management of loss of balance in life to get better living. He performed the process of Sahaj yoga and elaborated its importance. Then he also added the qualities of chakras and its relativity to our mind and body. Further, Mr. Ashish Umap, Sr. Manager, Hindustan Aeronautics limited, Nashik gave detailed knowledge and right understanding of different chakras within our body. He also added that Chakras keeps our medical and mental health stabilized. The right understanding of chakras is very important to deal with the energy level in our body.
    The sessions of Day 2 concluded with online feedback and attendance. All the sessions were illuminating and brain storming.
     

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  • 13 Sep 2021
    AICTE ATAL 5-day FDP at I.T.S College of Pharmacy REPORT – DAY 1

    Inauguration Session:
    The 5- day AICTE-ATAL FDP on Drug Engineering: Challenges & Innovations started with the inaugural session. The FDP inaugural session hosted by Ms. Rosali... read detail

    Inauguration Session:
    The 5- day AICTE-ATAL FDP on Drug Engineering: Challenges & Innovations started with the inaugural session. The FDP inaugural session hosted by Ms. Rosaline Mishra who announced for saraswati vandana and National Anthem, followed by which she gave a short introduction about the FDP. Ms. Snigdha Bharadwaj gave a brief introduction about I.T.S College of Pharmacy to all the dignitaries and delegates. Further, welcome address was given by Dr. S. Sadish Kumar. He thanked AICTE-ATAL for its great initiative with sponsorship and I.T.S-The Education Group for providing this opportunity. He also welcomed all the esteemed guests of the FDP who have gained huge heights in their fields and have ocean of wisdom to enlighten all the participants.

    Dr. Radha Goel introduced our Chief Guest-Prof. Dr. R.K. Khar, Director, B.S.A Institute of Pharmacy. Dr. R.K. Khar appreciated I.T.S College of Pharmacy that kept abreast the faculty with this FDP for uplifting the teaching and learning process. The knowledge gained at this platform is to train the trainers. This should not end here and must be continued with brain storming sessions along with students and efforts must be continued to provide rich benefits to both the teachers and students. He made a humble submission that the teaching and learning process had made a paradigm shift where the pedagogy has changed a lot due to the pandemic session. He explained four elements of pedagogy to be taken into consideration namely Teacher must know the application and relevance of what they are teaching; Students must be imparted with specific skills with which they can be strengthened; students should be able to express and the class must be a dialogue process where the talk should be relevant and purposeful; abreast with various life skills viz. performance at work place; team spirit; communication skills via keen observation,expression.At last he conveyed his best wishes to the faculty, delegates and the management.
    Ms. Iti Chauhan introduced our Guest of Honor Dr. P. Shanmuga Pandian, Dean, Sathyabama University. Dr. P. Shanmuga Pandian thanked I.T.S College of Pharmacy for conducting such a program that will enrich the faculty and students. He explained about bulk drug formulation by quoting examples of Covishield, NSAIDs (conventional v/s floating tablets, muco-adhesive tablets). He urged the faculty to update their knowledge and share it with students.
    At the end of inaugural session Dr. Praveen Kumar Gaur gave Vote of Thanks. He thanked the AICTE and management of I.T.S and conveyed his gratitude to the Chief guest and Guest of Honor. He also thanked all the delegates for taking part in this 5- day AICTE-ATAL FDP. Further, Ms. Rosaline Mishra conveyed all the delegates to join the link of Youtube for common inauguration of 44-Online ATAL FDP till 11: 00 am.
    Sessions
    Session 1: 11.15 am to 12:45 pm
    Dr. Brahmeshwar Mishra, Professor, IIT BHU chaired the session on Osmoregulated drug delivery system; approaches for modulating solubility of a drug were discussed in detail. A new form of Drug delivery scheme, an appropriately designed osmotically controlled oral drug delivery system which enables continuous management of the toxic level of the drug, modulating the solubility of drugs within the core and predictability of release of the drug were discussed. Dr. Mishra discussed about several innovative techniques such as Osmotic pump in drug delivery systemand microbial activated colon targeted delivery system. Over all session was extremely beneficial to all the attendees.
    Lunch 12:45 PM to 1:45 PM  
    Post lunch session began with a short welcome address by the host Ms. Rosaline Mishra followed which Dr. S. Sadish Kumar Director I.T.S College of Pharmacy who not only introduced our honorable Vice Chairman, Shri. Arpit Chadha but also read his profile. Vice Chairman I.T.S The Education group Mr. Arpit Chadha Sir then welcomed all the attendees and appreciated the efforts of I.T.S College of Pharmacy team in making this FDP possible. He cherished the role of Directors, Faculty and all the Students in making the brand I.T.S shine. Sir also stressed upon enhancing the innovation aspect in Pharmacy in order to prosper in the current competitive market by quoting the success and failure stories of multi-national brands such as Apple and Nokia respectively.
    Ms. Smriti Sahu then proceeded the session by introducing the Speaker Dr. Surajit Debnath Head, Dept of Medical Laboratory technology, Women’s Polytechnic (AICTE).
    Session 2: 2.00 PM to 4:00 PM
    Dr. Surajit Debnath Head, Dept of Medical Laboratory technology, Women’s Polytechnic (AICTE) spoke in elaboration about Peptide based therapeutics. A new scenario in peptide based therapeutics and diagnostics i.e. Theranostics were discussed in detail. Dr. Debnath explained variousfacets of therapeutic peptides, theirs therapeutic aspects and ways of preserving their therapeutic protein activity, few methods such as suitable delivery methods and enzyme mobilization methods were talked about. He also spoke about| protein engineering with desired traits. The session was extremely informative and interactive with large number of pictorial representations, simulation videos. Hands on sessions on effect of mutation on cytochrome oxidase protein sequence were studied in detail. The session ended with question and answer session. All the questions were very well answered by Dr. Debnath.
    The first day of the FDP came to an end with a Feedback session from the attendees.
    All the sessions of 13-9-2021 were extremely enlightening.
     

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  • 13 Sep 2021
    Online Faculty Development Program (FDP)

    Online Faculty Development Program (FDP)

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    Online Faculty Development Program (FDP)

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  • 08 Aug 2021
    Proud moment

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  • 21 Jun 2021
    Free vaccination for 18-44 years age group

    Free vaccination for 18-44 years age group

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    Free vaccination for 18-44 years age group

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  • 29 May 2021
    e-Seminar

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