Prime College of Pharmacy has successfully completed a recruitment programme “Prime Pharma Placement Drive 2020”. The placement drive was started with the welcome address of Prof. Dr. N.L Gowrishankar, Principal, Prime College of Pharmacy. The placement drive was opened for all our out going B. Pharmacy & D. Pharmacy students. The event witnessed a participation of around 80 students. The recruitment was meant for the post of Marketing Sales Executive, was done by Mr. Ajish mathew, Reginal sales Manager, Aculife health care private limited Cochin. Aculife health care private limited is a leader in intravenous fluids manufacturing with a product portfolio comprising of electrolytes, blood products, plasma volume expanders, specialised solutions like anaesthetics, parenteral nutrition and antibiotics. Overall experience & feed back of the recruiters was very positive towards the students. The credit of this accomplishment goes to the placement cell of Prime College of Pharmacy and also to our Management. We extend our heartiest gratitude to our recruiters for their esteemed presence & invaluable co-operation.
Prime College of Pharmacy has successfully completed a recruitment programme “Prime Pharma Placement Drive 2020”. The placement drive was started with the welcome address of Prof. Dr. N.L Gowrishankar, Principal, Prime College of Pharmacy. The programme was inaugurated by Prof. Dr.C.I.Sajeeth, Executive Trustee, Prime Educational & Charitable Trust. The placement drive was opene for all our pass out & out going B. Pharmacy & D. Pharmacy students. The event witnessed a participation of around 75 students. The recruitment was meant for the post of Pharmacist, Trainee Pharmacy Executive, Sales Associates, Pharmacy Executive & warehouse Assistant was done by Mr. Thajudheen, HR Manager & Mrs. Ramya Assistant HR, Suhail enterprises on behalf of Life Pharmacy, UAE. Life pharmacy is a one of the biggest & fastest growing retail chain of pharmacies in the Middle East. Overall experience & feed back of the recruiters was very positive and they very really Exhilarated to meet the organization objectives to search for the right talents. The credit of this accomplishment goes to the placement cell of Prime College of Pharmacy and also to our Management. We extend our heartiest gratitude to our recruiters for their esteemed presence & invaluable co-operation.
Prime college of pharmacy organized an orientation programme for the newly admitted D.Pharmacy students in our college auditorium on 6th January 2020. The programme was started with the prayer song followed by welcome address by our principal Prof. Dr. N.L.Gowrishankar. The presidential address was delivered by Mr. B.Rahim, Secretary, Prime Educational and Charitable Trust. The function was progressed with a key note address by Prof. Dr. C. I .Sajeeth, Executive trustee, Prime educational and charitable trust. He gave motivation to the students by his professional talk. Ms. Shahanaz. M , Assistant professor briefed the students about the rules and regulations of the institution and Ms. Reshma Francis, Assistant professor informed about the hostel rules and regulations, also requested the students and parents to understand and abide by the institutional rules and norms. A vote of thanks was proposed by Ms. Sony S Assistant Professor. The orientation programme was concluded with the national anthem.
National Pharmacy Week is being celebrated every year in the last week of November, to create awareness among public about the role of Pharmacist in public health. The theme for NPW 2019 was “PHARMACIST YOUR MEDICATION COUNSELLOR”. The inauguration of 58 th National Pharmacy Week celebration was held at Prime College of Pharmacy, Palakkad on Saturday, 30 th November 2019 in the college auditorium. Prof. Dr. N.L. Gowrishankar, Principal, Prime college of pharmacy, welcomed the gathering and highlighted the objectives of pharmacy week. Dr. P.A Mohammed Ashraf, Chairman, Prime educational and charitable trust, delivered the presidential address. The programme was inaugurated by Dr. C.I. Jolly, Research Advisor, CARe KERALAM Ltd. and president of Indian Pharmaceutical Assiociation, Kerala state branch. He emphasized the importance of pharmacist in health care team and also highlighted the role of pharmacist in patient care. Prof. Dr C. I. Sajeeth, Executive Trustee, Prime educational and charitable trust, delivered a keynote address on theme of NPW 2019. Prizes for winners of World Pharmacist Day & Art’s Day were distributed thereafter. Mrs. Gifty M. Jojo, Assistant Professor, Prime college of pharmacy proposed the vote of thanks and the programme ended with the National Anthem. A Seminar on the topic “DRUG DISCOVERY & DRUG DEVELOPMENT” was presented by Dr. C.I. Jolly. As a part of Pharmacy week celebrations, our students actively competed in seminar and poster presentations.
On behalf of World AIDS Day, NSS unit MPO32-126 of Prime college of pharmacy conducted an awareness programme at Kollengode, on December 1 st 2019. The programme was facilitated by Mr. Guruvayoorappan, Health coordinator, HLL Life care. The programme started by seeking the blessings of almighty and was officially inaugurated by Dr. Ashique Ismail. J, Scheduled Tribal Medical Officer, MMC-I, Attayampathy, Palakkad. Mrs. Vasanthamani. N, ST- Promoter, Tribal Extension Office, Kollengode, Palakkad, Mrs. Suja. A. J, Staff Nurse, MMC-I, Attayampathy, Palakkad and Miss. Roshma. M.R, MMC-I, Attayampathy, Palakkad, addressed the gathering. Mr. Guruvayoorappan, through his speech, created awareness among people about the disease and various Government Organizations for rehabilitation of HIV infected patients. Dr. Ashique Ismail. J along with the students and public lighted the candles and took a pledge. Thereafter the students divided themselves into different batches and distributed leaflets among the public to create awareness about the disease. Mr. Shabeeb, Student of Prime College of Pharmacy delivered the vote of thanks.
Prime College of Pharmacy has organized a career guidance program on Global opportunities of Indian Pharma students on 13/11/2019. The program was started with the welcome address of Prof. Dr.N.L Gowrishankar, Principal, Prime college of Pharmacy. Around 120 participant including final year and third year B.Pharm students attended the program. The resource persons were Mr.Sony Varghese, Executive Director of Eazy Link Academy and Mr.Biju Varghese, Director of EazyLink Academy.Thay gave an exposure to the students in developing their skills with respect to the opportunities world wide.Feed back session was intersting with good interaction among the student community.The vote of thanks was delivered by Mrs.A.Sumathy, Assistant Professor, Prime college of Pharmacy.The programme was ended with the National Anthem.
As a part of National Nutrition week 2019, Prime College of Pharmacy in association with Health Department Palakkad, conducted a drawing competition for students on 11.10.2019. The programme started with a prayer song. The occasion was graced by the presence of Dr. N. L. Gowrishankar, Principal, Prime College of Pharmacy, who enlightened the students about the importance of health and motivated them to adopt healthy lifestyle, through his speech. The competition was a great success with the active participation of students of Prime College of Pharmacy.
Safety, a major concern in the health system due to the increased number of causes of people suffering harm while receiving health care.Confessing the urgency of this scenario September 17, 2019 united in a celebration of the first ever world patient safety day. The sloganfor this year is “speak up for patient safety”As a part of world patient safety day 2019 the NSS unit(MP032A-126) of Prime college of pharmacy has organized a campaign in Taluk Head Quarters Hospital, Chittur. Dr. SARFARAS, Ortho surgeon chittur thaluk hospital has inaugurated the programme. Miss. JYOTHI A, Asst.prof,Prime college of pharmacy has given the welcome address. The speech on the theme of world patient safety day was give by Mrs. AISWARYA A T,Asst. prof,Prime college of pharmacy. Students of NSS unit has actively participated in the campaign by counseling the inpatients of both male and female ward, and also the bystanders along with the patients. They have counseled outpatients about the urgency of the safety issues to the people. Miss. SHAHANAS,Asst. Prof,Prime college of pharmacy delivered the vote of thanks.
Prime College of Pharmacy Palakkad, affiliated to Kerala University of Health Sciences conducted a seminor on Anti-ragging laws on behalf of District Legal Services Authority & Taluk Legal services Committee, Palakkad. The programme was inaugurated on tuesday, 3 rd September 2019 in the Prime college of Pharmacy auditorium at 2.30 pm. The programme started with the prayer song by second year B.pharmacy students and followed by the welcome address to the gathering was delivered by Prof DrN.L.Gowrishankar, Principal, Prime college of Pharmacy. The programme was inaugurated by Shri Thusar M , secretary Sub Judge, DLSA, Palakkad. A legal literacy class was conducted on behalf of District Legal Services Authority Palakkad by Advocate Vijaya.K , District Court, Palakkad. The entire session of the programme was organized by Shri.Vinod , Secretary, Taluk Legal Services Committee Palakkad. Miss.Nicy rose assistant professor Prime college of Pharmacy deliversed the Vote of thanks for the gathering. The programme was concluded with the national anthem.
The orientation programme for the first year B.Pharm 2019 batch was held at Prime College auditorium on 19/08/2019. The programme started with a prayer song. The welcome address was given by our honourable Principal Prof.Dr.N.L.Gowrishankar. The presidential address was delivered by Dr.P.A.Mohammed Ashraf, Chairman, Prime Educational and Charitable trust. Prof.Dr.C.I.Sajeeth Executive Trustee of Prime Educational and Charitable trust addressed the gathering with his gratitude talk by conveying informations related with the scope in pharmacy by presuming an inspirational speech for the parents and students to reach their destiny with a determination. The felicitation was delivered by Mr. Abdul Razak, Member, Prime Educational and Charitable trust providing an observable talk to develop positive energy in students and he provided some professional informations about the paramedical courses. The programme ended with vote of thanks by Asst.Professor Mrs.A.Sumathy, followed by National Anthem.
On behalf of World Breastfeeding Week Celebrations 2019 (August 01 To 07), a Content Creation Competition was conducted for Professional Colleges on 02/08/2019. The programme was organised by Women and Child Development Department, ICDS Cell, Palakkad District, Government of Kerala. The theme for this year was " EMPOWER PARENTS, ENABLE BREASTFEEDING". A district level competition was arranged to motivate the creativity of Students by uploading audio/ video clips in the social media related to the theme. The contest was compiled to give awareness about the importance of breastfeeding to the parents. Our students actively participated by creating videos and won first prize in the competition. The prize distribution was held at Palakkad District Public Library on 07 th August 2019.
As a part of World Environment day - 2019 NSS unit MPO32-126 of Prime College of Pharmacy actively involved themselves in planting the saplings .The function was officially inaugurated by Dr. N.L Gowrishankar, Principal Prime College of Pharmacy by planting a Medicinal plant Lakshmitharu in our college campus. Followed by this a short speech was delivered by Muzammil I year B.pharm student on the theme “Beat Air pollution”. As a part of the session on oath was taken by the gathering, the programme was ended with National anthem.
As a part of World NO TOBACCO Day 2019,the NSS Unit of Prime College of Pharmacy and Mobile Medical Clinic of Palakkad District Hospital was conducted a camp at Meenakshipuram. The welcome address was delivered by Mr. Guruvayoorappan (Regional Co ordinator, HLFPPT) and the camp was inaugurated by Dr. Ponni. K. mohan (Medical Officer, Mobile Medical Clinic, Palakkad). Prime College of Pharmacy Assistant Professors Mrs.Aiswarya.A.T and Ms. Revathy.C have given classes on the topic "Tobacco and Health Risks". Our Students actively participated in the camp by distributing Leaflets and created awareness among the people in and around the locality. The skit and anti - tobacco oath influenced the crowd and the camp was a great success because of the public involvement.
On behalf of NSS unit of Prime College of Pharmacy a cleaning camp was conducted at Chemattiyapadam Anganwadi and surrounding area on 14-05-2019. The programme was inaugurated by the President of Kodumbu Panchayath Mrs. Shylaja and Mr. Dhanaraj (Vice President, Kodumbu Panchayath) has given the presidential address. Mr. Haridas (Block member), Mr. Unnikrishnan (Ward member), Mrs. Shantha (Health and Education standing committe member), Mrs. Komalam (Welfare and Development standing committee member) and Mrs. Sathi (Anganwadi teacher) has also became a part of the camp. Proceeding the program, students of NSS unit have cleaned the surrounding areas of Anganwadi, also separated the biodegradable and recycle waste.
Prime college of Pharmacy has successfully completed a recruitment programme “Prime Pharma Placement Drive 2019”. The placement drive was started with the welcome address of Prof. Dr. N.L Gowrishankar, Principal, Prime College of Pharmacy. The programme was inaugurated by Prof. Dr.C.I.Sajeeth, Executive Trustee, Prime Educational & Charitable Trust. The placement drive was opened for all our pass out & out going B. Pharmacy & D. Pharmacy students. The event witnessed a participation of around 65 students. The recruitment for the post of Pharmacist, Pharmacy Executive & Sales Associates was done by Suhail enterprises on behalf of Life Pharmacy, UAE, one of the biggest & fastest growing retail chain of pharmacies in the Middle East. Overall experience & feed back of the recruiters was very positive as the need of their organization to search the right talents to drive its objectives. The credit of this accomplishment goes to the placement cell of Prime College of Pharmacy and also to our management. We extend our heartiest gratitude to our recruiters for their esteemed presence & invaluable co-operation.
On behalf of Prime College of Pharmacy one day National Seminar “PRIME PHARMACONCLAVE – 2019” was organized. Indian Association Colleges of Pharmacy Vice President Prof. Dr. T K. Ravi Inaugurated the programme. A wide Participation of various Pharmacy students, Faculty, Research Scholars from different states took part in this National Level Seminar. About 501 Members participated in this seminar on “ Contemporary Advances in Pharmaceutical Sciences”. The sessions of the seminar was conducted by eminent speakers. First session was presented by Dr. Sam T Mathew Head Clinical E Submission & Technical Compliance Delivery, Glaxo Smithkline Asia Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore on the topic “Ethics in Research Publishing”. Followed by this was the Second session where Dr. K. Gowthamarajan, Professor, HOD of Pharmaceutics, JSS academy of higher education, Mysore spoke on the title “Future pharmaceutical for next generation”. He emphasized on the usage of Artificial Intelligence in the field of Pharmacy, and the new innovations that can be established and it was very useful for the Pharmacy students to update the new entries in pharmacy field. Third Session was undertaken by Dr. S. Sriram, Professor, HOD of Pharmacy Practice, Sri Ramakrishna Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Coimbatore, on the title “Pharmacists – in Improving in quality of healthcare”. As a part of this Program a Poster presentation was conducted. Out of 84 posters best three posters, were selected and cash award, certificate, Momento were distributed to the winners during the Prize distribution ceremony. The first prize won by Juna. K, Amritha School of Pharmacy and she was awarded with certificate, Momento and cash prize of Rs.5000. The second prizes won by Helen Thomas, Nirmala College of Pharmacy, Moovatupuzha and she was awarded with certificate, Momento and Cash prize of Rs.3000 and Third prize won by Aswathy. R Devan of Mount Zion College of Pharmaceutical sciences and research, she was awarded with certificate, momento and cash prize of Rs.2000. As part of the seminar Guest of honour, was delivered by Palakkad Drugs Inspector Mr. Nishith M. C.On this occasion Prime education & charitable trust Chairman Dr. P. A. Mohammed Ashraf, Secretary B. Rahim, Executive Trustee Dr. C. I. Sajeeth, KUHS Senate Member Dr. K. Krishnakumar, Prime College of Pharmacy Principal Dr. N. L Gowrishankardelivered their speech to the gatherings. The programme ended with National anthem.