The Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research was established in 2022. The administration is dedicated to giving the students the setting and assistance they need for career preparation and growth. Even while the institution is primarily concerned with providing academic and extracurricular opportunities to a lively school community, it is aware of its responsibility to contribute entirely to society as a whole. Students enter college young, immature, unsure and bewildered, but they leave its doors still young but much more mature, self-assured, and prepared to lead rich lives of their own while also enriching that of society. This is evidence of the college's consistent and unwavering efforts in this direction.
Our goal is to establish a reputable, all-encompassing educational institution that effectively pursues greatness while fostering a noble character in each gifted pharmacy student. The Best Pharmacy College in India is committed to advancing knowledge and educating students in subjects that help to foster a learning environment that promotes the development of skills. Bring out the best and most successful pharmacy experts to competently and devotedly lead the pharmaceutical and healthcare industries. High-Quality Academic Environment, Result-Oriented Programs, and Above All, determination to develop a centre of excellence in applied sciences are some of its distinguishing features.
Objective of the Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research
The goal of the Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research is to develop world-class pharmacists who are prepared to meet the present and future demands of their profession and society at large. The Institute aspires to be acknowledged as one of the nation's top institutions for pharmacy education. Providing students with a high-quality education and developing them in the area of pharmaceutical sciences through a capable workforce and supporting infrastructure. We strive for the holistic development of the students so they can contribute ethically and wisely to many parts of pharmacy and social welfare, thereby raising the standard of living.
Indian ethos in education is something that the Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research aims to create and deliver. As a result, the introduction and competency development programme here enriches the learning. In order to transmit the Indian value system to the professionals of the future, these are provided through interactive and communicative exchanges with industry professionals, experts, gurus, and practitioners who provide insight into the rich heritage of Indian culture and practises of ethical disciplines. A programme to provide students with "earn and learn" chances are also being developed, and pilot programmes will shortly be running in the upcoming semester.
B.Pharm (Bachelor of Pharmacy) degree is a job-focused graduate degree to work with Pharmaceutical sectors. The B.Pharm programme lasts four years and eight semesters. Due to its broad scope and numerous job options, the B.Pharm degree is one of the most sought-after degrees. The B.Pharm curriculum includes all parts of healthcare, including biochemical topics that relate to the creation of medications and their use in accurate diagnosis. Students learn about a broad range of subjects including Pharmaceutical Technology, Industrial Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Analysis, Phytopharmaceutical, Pharmacology, Human Anatomy and Physiology, Biochemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacokinetics, Pharmacy Management etc.
This course encourages the acquisition of all the skills necessary to counsel patients on the use of drugs and medications and offers a thorough theoretical and applied grasp of pharmaceuticals. The programme mixes a range of practical activities with academic lessons in relevant subjects. Up to the graduate level, pharmacy education and practice in India are overseen by the Pharmacy Council of India [PCI], a statutory body governed by the terms of the Pharmacy Act approved by the Indian Parliament. The B.Pharma curriculum lasts four years and eight semesters. The B.Pharma degree is one of the most sought-after degrees due to its vast breadth and many career choices.
National Pharmacy Week was celebrated by Indus Institute of Pharmacy and Research, Indus University in Association with Indian Pharmaceutical Association, Gujarat State branch from November 23-25, 2023. Deputy General Manager of Regulatory Affairs, Zydus Life Science, Mr. Darshan Doshi graced the Inaugural Function as a Chief Guest and motivated the youth of IIPR. Manager of Regulatory Affairs Department, Piramal Healthcare and Deputy Secretary of Indian Pharmaceutical Association (IPA), Mr. Chintan Shah was present as the Guest of Honor of the event and guided the students about different activities of IPA, Gujarat State branch.On the second day of the event, General Manager of F&D, Zydus Health Care, Dr. Jitendra Patel who is also a Renowned Teacher of Art of Living, motivated students to live stress free life and enjoy each moment with fulfillment. Different events like Quiz, Elocution, Debate competitions were organized as a part of the celebration.
Workshop on Orientation and Yoga Prana Vidya
IIPR organized a workshop on November 4, 2023, called "Orientation and Yoga Prana Vidya," with Ms. Parul Shah as the trainer. She shared practical tips on breathing and meditation to help people lead happier and healthier lives. The workshop was very informative and about 100 students and faculty members found it beneficial.
“Refresher Course for Registered Pharmacists Sponsored by GSPC (Gujarat State Pharmacy Council)
The Gujarat State Pharmacy Council organized an online "Refresher Course for Registered Pharmacists" at Indus University's affiliated pharmacy college in Ahmedabad on October 28th and 29th, 2023. About 300 pharmacists from Gujarat attended and received guidance on various pharmacy topics. Dignitaries and experts shared insights on pharmacy-related subjects. The Chief Guest Dr. Kaushik Kanada, Principal of Gandhinagar Institute of Pharmacy, discussed the growing demand for pharmacists and research in India. Shri Harshadbhai Patel, Senior Drug Inspector from the Food and Drug Department of Gujarat, delivered a lecture on pharmaceutical labeling. Shri. Jashubhai Chaudhary, the Registrar of the Gujarat State Pharmacy Council, provided information about the Council's supportive activities and online application processes for renewal and re-entry.