Monday, 30 January 2017

Essay competition results to be announced on 5th February 2017

The essay competition results which were supposed to be declared in the last week of January would be declared on 5th February, 2017. 

Sunday, 22 January 2017

Essays received for 1st Annual Pharma Literati_Final list

Thanks readers for the kind response for 1st Annual Pharma Literati Essay contest. We have received total 36 entries for the competition. The best part is the essays received are from various corners of India. We have received at least one essay from following states:

1. Telangana;
2. Odisha;
3. Karnataka;
4. Kerala;
5. Maharashtra;
6. Tamilnadu;
7. Punjab;
8. Gujarat;
9. Assam

We would be publishing few of these essays over the next few days before announcing the results before month end. 

Here is a list of essays received:

SN
Name
Essay topic
Affiliation
1.      
Myle Akshay Kiran

(3 essays received).
Online education as a platform for bridging gap between industry and academic

Role Of Digital Platform In The Education Sector

Need of online education in Indian life science sector
Doctor of Pharmacy,  
Pratista Institute Of Pharmaceutical Science, Telangana.
2.      
Arokia Rani
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry  & academia
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
3.      
Arya Jacob
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry  & academia
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
4.      
G. Vinodhini
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry  & academia
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
5.      
R. Ramya
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry and academia
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
6.      
Namrata Keste
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry and academia
Anand Pharmacy College, Anand, Gujarat.
7.      
Kirtimaya Mishra
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry and academia
Research Scholar,
Department of Pharmacy
Annamalai University,
Tamilnadu.
8.      
Mital Patel
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry and academia
M. Pharm student,
Anand Pharmacy college, Anand, Gujarat.
9.      
Vivek Ghate
The Necessity of One, the Benefit of Many:
Bridging the Gap between Industry and Academia
Dept. of Pharmaceutics,
Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Manipal, Karnataka.
10.   
Tanvi Daptardar
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry and academia
M. Pharm, 2nd Year, Government College of Pharmacy, Karad, Maharahtra.
11.   
Snehal Khorate
Online education as a platform for bridging the gap between industry and academia
M. Pharmacy Student,  MAEER'S Maharashtra Institute of Pharmacy, Pune, Maharahtra.
12.   
Oshine Elizabeth Jose
Role Of Digital Platform In The Education Sector
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
13.   
Ashna Raj
Role Of Digital Platform In The Education Sector
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
14.   
Becky Maria Biju
Role of Digital Platforms in the Education Sector
4th Pharm D, Pushpagiri Pharmacy College, Thiruvalla, Kerala.
15.   
Anju C James
Role Of Digital Platform In The Education Sector
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
16.   
Sabya Sachi Das
Role of digital platforms in the education sector
M. Pharm, Roland institute of pharmaceutical sciences,
BPUT, Orissa.
17.   
Amin Aashka
Role of digital platforms in the education sector
Anand Pharmacy College, Anand, Gujarat.
18.   
Rajendra Patankar
Role of digital platforms in the education sector
Principal,
Abhinav Education Society’s
College of Pharmacy
Narhe, Pune.
19.   
Sushama Rawat
Role of digital platforms in the education sector
Nirma University, Gujarat.
20.   
Nilam Khakal
Role of Digital Platforms in the Education Sector
Late Adv. Dadasaheb Chavan Memorial Institute of Pharmacy (D. Pharm.),
Malwadi, Masur.
Tal-Karad, Dist-Satara, Maharashtra.
21.   
Priyambada Sarangi
Role of digital platforms in the education sector
Asst.Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Sri Jayadev College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Naharkanta
Bhubaneswar, Odisha
22.   
Somisetty Sasipriya
Role of digital platforms in the education sector
Affiliation not provided
23.   
Chaini Saikia
Role of digital platforms in the education sector
B. Pharm 5th semester,                            Department of pharmaceutical sciences,                                        Dibrugarh University, Assam.
24.   
Dr. T. Shri Vijaya Kirubha
Need of online education in Indian life sciences sector
Periyar College of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Tiruchirappalli, TamilNadu.
25.   
Reshma Bobby
Need of online education in Indian Life Science sector
Affiliation not provided
26.   
Milap Purohit
Need of online education in Indian life sciences sector
Anand Pharmacy College, Anand, Gujarat.
27.   
Bhupesh Vaidya
Need of online education in Indian Life sciences sector
Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology,
National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER),
Mohali, Punjab.
28.   
Rinsa Cherian
Need of online education in Indian life sciences sector
Affiliation not provided
29.   
Absey Varghese
Need of online education in Indian life sciences sector
Affiliation not provided
30.   
Narmada S.
Need of online education in Indian life sciences sector
B. Pharmacy 2nd year
 JSS pharmacy College, Mysore, Karnataka.
31.   
Bhagyashri Phadke
Need of online education in Indian Life sciences sector
F.Y. M. Pharm MBA
NMIMS University, Mumbai
32.   
Jisna P. Jaison
Need of online education in Indian Life sciences sector
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
33.   
Juvita Joy
Need of online education in Indian Life sciences sector
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
34.   
Kiruba Hari
Platform for education in India
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
35.   
R. Divya
Digital India
Swamy Vivekanandha college of Pharmacy, Namakkal, Tamilnadu.
36.   
Lakshmikant Gosavi




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Friday, 20 January 2017

FlexiTutr_Online live education platform for Life Sciences sector Launched

Pharma Literati is proud to be associated with the launch of FlexiTutr, www.flexitutr.com

FlexiTutr is an online education platform (For profit) created for the professional education and has been launched in the Life Sciences Domain. Various tutors across the world would join the platform to teach the students the subjects of their area of expertise. 

Various sub-domains covered under the life sciences domain currently are,
  • Pharma industry career related
  • Patents, IPR, ANDA, Regulatory affairs
  • Clinical research
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Project management
  • Drug Discovery, CADD, QSAR
  • Pharmacoeconomics
  • Medical devices
  • Pharmaceutical packaging
  • Quality assurance/ Quality control/ Validation/ Management/ Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing/ GLP/ GMP/ Documentation
  • NDDS: Novel drug delivery systems
  • Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
  • Pharmacognosy, Ayurveda, Herbal Drugs, Phytochemistry
  • Toxicology and pharmacology
  • Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics
  • Pharmaceutical statistics
  • Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Medicinal Chemistry
  • Cosmetics
  • Neutraceuticals
  • Pharmaceutical Marketing

Pharma Literati has already launched the Pharma Innovation Yatra 2017, in association with FlexiTutr which would be reaching all the major pharmaceutical educational and research institutes as well as various industries. 

Get in touch with us pharmaliterati@gmail.com to know more about the Pharma Innovation Yatra 2017 and if you wish to join the online education platform FlexiTutr as a tutor or use the platform for the students of your institute. 


Monday, 9 January 2017

India's first online platform for life sciences education_The countdown begins

Pharma Literati is proud to be a partner for India's first live online platform for the education in life sciences sector. Various tutors across the world would join the platform to teach the students the subjects of their area of expertise. 

Keep a watch on this space for the updates. 

Various sub-domains covered under the life sciences domain includes,
  • Pharma industry career related
  • Patents, IPR, ANDA, Regulatory affairs
  • Clinical research
  • Pharmacovigilance
  • Project management
  • Drug Discovery, CADD, QSAR
  • Pharmacoeconomics
  • Medical devices
  • Pharmaceutical packaging
  • Quality assurance/ Quality control/ Validation/ Management/ Pharmaceutical Analysis
  • Pharmaceutical manufacturing/ GLP/ GMP/ Documentation
  • NDDS: Novel drug delivery systems
  • Biotechnology and Bioinformatics
  • Pharmacognosy, Ayurveda, Herbal Drugs, Phytochemistry
  • Toxicology and pharmacology
  • Pharmacokinetics and Biopharmaceutics
  • Pharmaceutical statistics
  • Chemistry/ Biochemistry/ Medicinal Chemistry
  • Cosmetics
  • Neutraceuticals

Pharma Literati would be associated with the Pharma Innovation Yatra 2017, which would be reaching all the major pharmaceutical educational ans research institutes as well as various industries. 

Get in touch with us pharmaliterati@gmail.com to know more about the Pharma Innovation Yatra 2017 and if you wish to join the online education platform as a tutor or use the platform for the students of your institute.