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  • 06 Sep 2019
    Say No to Plastic Campaign

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy Muradnagar organised a campaign to create awareness about the hazard of polythene bags. The campaign was named ‘Say No to Plastics”. Banners bearing ... read detail

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy Muradnagar organised a campaign to create awareness about the hazard of polythene bags. The campaign was named ‘Say No to Plastics”. Banners bearing this slogan were displayed at various places in the locality and college campus. Students divided themselves into groups of four. Each group visited the people in their homes. People were told how the use of polythene bags polluted the environment. They were told that polythene was not biodegradable. These bags could choke the sewers. They could also spoil the fertility of the soil. Shopkeepers in the locality were requested to give up the use of polythene carry-bags. People showed great interest in the campaign. Many of them promised never to use polythene bags in future. The campaign was a great success. Everyone in the locality praised the Student for their good work.

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  • 06 Sep 2019
    Save Water Campaign

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy Muradnagar organised a campaign to create awareness about the water harvesting. The campaign was named ‘Save Water”. Banners bearing this slogan were... read detail

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy Muradnagar organised a campaign to create awareness about the water harvesting. The campaign was named ‘Save Water”. Banners bearing this slogan were displayed at various places in the locality and college campus. Students highlighted the facts which are responsible for the increasing demand of water and also spoke beautiful quotes about its uses and importance. Some simple methods for saving water like collecting rain water for various purposes, cutting off shower time etc. were suggested through play cards. The assembly concluded with a pledge by students to ‘save water and never waste it ‘and a motivation for audience to join the mission.

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  • 05 Sep 2019
    I.T.S’ faculty named as a ‘Teacher’

    Dr. Praveen Kumar Gaur, Associate Professor, I. T. S College of Pharmacy got felicitated as a Teacher for his academic contribution in Pharmacy stream by Prof. Vinay Kumar Pathak, Vice Ch... read detail

    Dr. Praveen Kumar Gaur, Associate Professor, I. T. S College of Pharmacy got felicitated as a Teacher for his academic contribution in Pharmacy stream by Prof. Vinay Kumar Pathak, Vice Chancellor, Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University on the occasion of Teachers’ day (5/9/19) at AKTU Campus, Lucknow. He was selected among all the nominations from member Pharmacy colleges of the University.

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  • 05 Sep 2019
    Teachers’ Day Celebrations at Pharmacy (Felix Dies Teachers)

    Teachers’ day was celebrated by I.T.S College of Pharmacy at R. Ahmed Hall with full zeal and enthusiasm on 5th September 2019. The event was graced by Mr. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairm... read detail

    Teachers’ day was celebrated by I.T.S College of Pharmacy at R. Ahmed Hall with full zeal and enthusiasm on 5th September 2019. The event was graced by Mr. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman - I.T.S The Education Group & Dr. S. Sadish Kumar, Director- I.T.S College of Pharmacy. The function commenced at 12:30 pm with the students welcoming the teachers with tilak and sweets.
    Mr. Arpit Chadha greeted the faculty members in his inspirational speech and emphasized that teachers are the backbones for the educational institution; he urged the students to respect their teachers and also quoted the example of recent twitter posts of ace cricketers. The Vice chairman took the students down the memory lane of his childhood and college days and cherished the role played by his gurus and mentors in shaping his life. He then appreciated the efforts of the students and concluded by putting forth the mantra of success “Always respect your Gurus”. 
    Dr. S. Sadish Kumar motivated the students by his enlightening and thoughtful speech. He spoke at length about how the bonding between the teachers and students has changed over time. He pointed out how today students depend more on technology more than their teachers. He also explained how a teacher stands tall compared to technology. Students were quick to applaud when he said that teachers take into consideration the emotions and intellectual ability of a student while teaching a concept. He ended his speech by asking students to ponder over “Teachers First Google Next”.
    Faculty members also encouraged the students by their speech. The students felicitated all the teachers with gifts and presented a vibrant array of cultural performances. Various games were also organized for teachers. The students thanked their teachers for being chisels in shaping their careers, polishing and widening their knowledge. The students promised that they will make their college and teachers proud by becoming pharmacists who will serve the society. The function ended with cake cutting ceremony followed by refreshments. Ms. Madhu Verma, Ms. Nidhi Tyagi & Ms. Anandi (Asst. Profs) assisted the students in organizing the program in such grand manner.

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  • 31 Aug 2019
    Freshers’ Party for B.Pharm. (Briskers Party)

     I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized a sumptuous Freshers' Party “Brisker’s Party” on 31st August, 2019 to welcome 2019-2023 batch. Freshers’ Party in any col... read detail

     I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized a sumptuous Freshers' Party “Brisker’s Party” on 31st August, 2019 to welcome 2019-2023 batch. Freshers’ Party in any college is an event which every newbie eagerly awaits from the time of admission and our fresher’s await didn’t go in vain as the party was filled with excitement, joy, music, enthusiasm and happiness.

    The celebration started at 10.00am at Vikram Sarabhai Auditorium, Dental block with National anthem followed by lightening of lamp by the Director, Dr. Sadish Kumar Shanmugam and event coordinators of I and II years. Dr. Sadish Kumar welcomed the freshers’ by his visionary speech and also highlighted the importance of nature in our life. The program kick-started with dance performances by II year students. The contest for the Ms. Fresher and Mr. Fresher included several rounds involving introduction & talent display. In the final “Questionnaire Round”, the contestants had to prove that they were persons with beauty and brains. All the performances by freshers were artistically and beautifully presented with energy and style. Mr.Harshit Srivastava won the marble game. At the end Ms. Celes Abrahaim and Mr. Ishu Garg were crowned Miss Fresher and Mr. Fresher 2019 respectively.  
     The program ended with the vote of thanks by Ms.Raksha. At last students rocked the freshers’ party with dancing and grooving in the Jam session. The event was successfully hosted by B.Pharm II year with the assistance of Ms.Sonam Khandelwal (Asst. Prof.), Ms.Garima Raj (Asst. Prof.) & Ms. Moumita Barman (Asst. Prof.)

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  • 30 Aug 2019
    Freshers’ party for D.Pharm

     I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized an extravagant Freshers' Party on 30th August, 2019 to welcome 2019-2021 batch of Diploma in Pharmacy students. The purpose of the Freshers Party... read detail

     I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized an extravagant Freshers' Party on 30th August, 2019 to welcome 2019-2021 batch of Diploma in Pharmacy students. The purpose of the Freshers Party was to make every new student feel connected as an integral part of the I.T.S family and be ready to take on the challenges of the year ahead.

    The event was organized at 2.30 pm at the activity hall. The occasion was graced by the Director, I.T.S College of Pharmacy, Dr. Sadish Kumar Shanmugam, Director-Physiotherapy, I.T.S Institute of Health and Allied Sciences, Dr. C.S Ram. The Director welcomed the freshers by his motivational speech. A special hand book which comprises of instructions on how to open a medical shop was launched by the Director and the co-ordinators in the presence of D.Pharm students and other faculty members. This book was later distributed to the students. The program ended with refreshments and smiles.
    The event was successfully coordinated by Dr. Raj Kumari (Assoc. Prof.) and Mr. Prasoon Kumar Saxena (Asst. Prof.)

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  • 21 Aug 2019
    21-day Induction Program at I.T.S College of Pharmacy

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized an 21-day Induction Program from 1st to 21st  August 2019 for B.Pharm first year ( Batch 2019-2023) students . This program was conducted as per t... read detail

    I.T.S College of Pharmacy organized an 21-day Induction Program from 1st to 21st  August 2019 for B.Pharm first year ( Batch 2019-2023) students . This program was conducted as per the guidelines of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), Lucknow to fulfill the AICTE mandate. 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 6 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 freshers, emphasizing on the Research in the field of Pharmacy through academics during the program. Then Vice Chairman, I.T.S-The Education group also motivated & encouraged the students by his speech. The coordinator Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma (Assoc. Prof.) explained the purpose of Induction program and to be positive in all circumstances, Ms. Snigdha Bhardwaj (Asst. Prof.) highlighted about the profession of Pharmacy, detailing about the infrastructure and facilities at I.T.S College of Pharmacy followed by motivational lecture delivered by Dr. Evangeline R Dutta, Public Health Professional, New Delhi to motivate the students. Dr. Anees A Siddiqui briefed the students about the role of pharmacist in society and further applauded them for choosing I.T.S College of Pharmacy as their parent institution to carry out their Bachelor of Pharmacy.

    Our trained faculty mentors viz. Mr. Prasoon Kumar Saxena, Ms. Smriti Sahu, Ms. Neelam Singh, Ms. Nidhi Tyagi and Ms. Anandi Kapri (Asst. Professors.) explained the students about human values during Universal Human Value lectures. The students learnt about self, physical facilities, right understanding, relationship, trust and four levels of harmony, i.e. individual level, family level, society level and nature level. The students explored their self and learnt about natural acceptance, which is essentially required to live in harmony with others. The faculty mentors covered all 12 lectures of Universal Human Values in the 21-day program. Students were taken to various labs. in the department.
    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. There was an informal interaction with hostellers by faculty mentors every day after the dinner. The session ended at 9.30 p.m. every day.
    The Coordinator and 5 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 visit at Syndicate Bank, Stationary & Photoshop, Dental hospital , Surya- hospital  Muradnagar & Research laboratory - I.T.S C.D.S.R. Muradnagar.
     

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  • 17 Aug 2019
    16th Orientation Program of B.Pharm

    Orientation program for the freshly admitted 2019-2020 B.Pharm batch was organised at the I.T.S College of Pharmacy on 17th August, 2019 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Kalpana Chawla aud... read detail

    Orientation program for the freshly admitted 2019-2020 B.Pharm batch was organised at the I.T.S College of Pharmacy on 17th August, 2019 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Kalpana Chawla auditorium. The guests for the day were Prof. Anees A Siddiqui, HOD, School of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, Jamia Hamdard, New Delhi and Dr. Evangeline R Dutta, Public Health Professional, New Delhi.  The occasion was graced by the presence of Hon’ble Vice Chairman of I.T.S-The Education group, Mr. Arpit Chadha and Dr. C.S. Ram, Director-Physiotherapy.
    The session began with the welcome speech by Dr. Sadish Kumar S, Director, I.T.S College of Pharmacy emphasizing on the Research in the field of Pharmacy through academics, which was then followed by an inspirational speech by Dr. Anees A Siddiqui who briefed the students about the role of pharmacist in society and further applauded them for choosing I.T.S College of Pharmacy as their parent institution to carry out their Bachelor of Pharmacy. The session further progressed with an engrossing talk by our guest Dr. Evangeline who motivated students by stressing upon the importance of obtaining value based education. Mr. Arpit Chadha further motivated the students with his enthralling speech, urging them to make dynamic participation in all the extracurricular activities which I.T.S group offers.
    With an informative presentation Ms. Snigdha Bhardwaj (Asst. Prof.) highlighted about the profession of Pharmacy, detailing about the infrastructure and facilities at I.T.S College of Pharmacy. Mr. Rajiv Malhotra (HCR & MA) gave a presentation on the wide arrays of job opportunities for B.Pharm graduates.
    Ms. Rosaline Mishra (Asst. Prof.) gave vote of thanks and the program ended with National anthem.
    The Programme was coordinated by Mr. Prasoon K Saxena (Asst. Prof.), Ms. Rosaline Mishra, Ms. Smriti Sahu (Asst. Prof.) and Dr. Radha Goel (Assoc. Prof.)
     

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  • 19 Jun 2019
    'Faculty Participation at Students Induction Program'

    Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma & Mr. Rahul Chaudhary participated in 3 days Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “Student Induction” organized by Northern Regional Office, All Ind... read detail

    Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma & Mr. Rahul Chaudhary participated in 3 days Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “Student Induction” organized by Northern Regional Office, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) during June 17-19, 2019 held at Graphic Era Hill University, Bhimtal, Uttarakhand. The resource person was Dr. Amrendra Kumar from IIT-BHU. Faculties among various disciplines and institutions/universities all across India participated in the workshop. The workshop focused on the importance of living in harmony at four levels- individual, family, society and nature. He imparted his understanding about the difference between skilled education which is in current scenario and the value/knowledge education which is missing somewhere in today’s education system. He gave precious contribution for benefit of educators who are making all possible efforts to make their students capable enough to understand the purpose of their lives and to educate them how education may create Enlighted citizens, happiness, trust, respect, interpersonal relationship, co-existence and health among the community and the whole society. Other activities include:
    •Physical Activity
    •Creative Arts and Culture
    •Mentoring & Universal Human Values
    •Familiarization with College, Dept./Branch
    •Literary Activity
    •Proficiency Modules
    •Lectures & Workshops by Eminent People
    •Visits in Local Area
    •Extra-Curricular Activities in College
    •Feedback and Report on the Program
     

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  • 14 May 2019
    Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma as Observer in FDP

     Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma served as Observer / Co-facilitator in the first level 8 days Faculty Development Program on “Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics”, whi... read detail

     Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma served as Observer / Co-facilitator in the first level 8 days Faculty Development Program on “Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics”, which was organized by Value Education Cell of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University Lucknow, sponsored by TEQIP-III, during 04-11 May 2019 at Hindustan College of Science and Technology, Mathura. The resource person for the workshop was Mr. Manoj Kumar Gupta. 48 faculty members from various colleges affiliated to AKTU participated in the workshop. The workshop focused on the importance of living in harmony at four levels - individual, family, society and nature, Importance of knowledge, conduct and existence of human. He gave precious contribution for benefit of educators who are making all possible efforts for humanizing education that may create enlightened citizens, who shall be more responsible and conscious on human goals: happiness, trust, respect, interpersonal relationship, co-existence and health. 

     

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