Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Dr Bharati Pravin Pawar on Monday said that the need of the hour is to change gears and adopt a focused approach to impart the best pharmacy education keeping our curriculum in line with the latest developments in the field and also provide extensive education of specialized drugs so as to benefit the reach of pharmacists in the country.
Dr Bharati Pravin Pawar stated this as she inaugurated Pharma Anveshan-2023 on the occasion of National Pharmacy Education Day. The day commemorates the birth anniversary of Prof ML Shroff – father of Pharmacy Education of India.
The event was organized with the vision of providing a platform for sharing academic research with the industry to exchange the benefits of research outcomes between academia and industry. This can help in exploring commercial purposes based on the academia-industry interlinking.
Bharati Pravin Pawar congratulated the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) for organizing “Pharma Anveshan 2023” to promote research and innovation, enhancing industry-academia.