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, GlaxoSmithKline Asia Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore on the topic “Ethics in Research Publishing”. Followed by 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. 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 Programme a Poster presentation competition was conducted. Out of 84 posters best three posters, were selected and cash award, certificate, Memento were distributed to the winners during the Prize distribution ceremony. The first prize bagged by Juna K., Amritha School of Pharmacy was awarded with certificate, memento and cash prize of Rs.5000. The second prize was won by Helen Thomas, Nirmala College of Pharmacy, Muvattupuzha and she was awarded with certificate, mementoand Cash prize of Rs.3000 and Third prize winner was Aswathy R. Devan of Mount Zion College of Pharmaceutical sciences and research, who was awarded with certificate, memento and cash prize of Rs.2000. As a part of the seminar, The Guest of honour was delivered by Palakkad Drugs Inspector Mr. Nishith M. C. On this occasion Prime Educational&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 Gowrishankar delivered their speech to the gatherings. The programme ended with National anthem.
Stress management workshop for B.Pharm and D.Pharm students was conducted in our college on 15th November 2014. Shri. O. L. Thomas, Ex-sports officer, IISCO Steel Plant West Bengal was the chief guest for the occasion. He has a technical experience in Airforce engineering as flight mechanic engineer 1964-1972. He is also a well-known Athletic coach and he has received many awards “Best sportsman awards from Indian Airforce and services (1968), Inter TATA athletic meet at Bombay, Inter-state athletic championship at Kottayam (1972), Sports journalist association West Bengal (1979), from chief minister Jyoti Basu. He has received special awards from IISCO (SAIL) in the year 2000. He is a corporate trainer for stress management, fitness and personality development and he gave a speech on stress management therapy and presented a PowerPoint insisting on the brain refreshment and activation of it through certain games. All the students were engaged in performing the activities and the students were benefited by getting real refreshment. He also gave certain tips to overcome the tiredness that students face in their day to day life. The programme ended with National anthem.