Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India

ASSOCIATION OF PHARMACEUTICAL TEACHERS OF INDIA - an association found by the pioneers of Pharmacy education in India in 1966 by leading personalities like Prof. M. L. Schroff, Prof. G. P Srivastava and others, has come a long way in creating better intercommunication and promotion of excellence in pharmacy education. Through its tailor-made mission and objectives, the association has provided a single platform in bringing together teachers of pharmacy education from all over the country. This has helped in the achievement of excellent standards and to develop new technological methods in pharmacy education through the exchange of views amongst the teaching members. The emergent world today, with unbelievable sophistication under its belt, demands for technically sound and highly knowledgeable pharmacists. The contribution of a teacher is thereby quite demanding. A Teacher apart from being an educator also contributes to science as a researcher, helps in business development as a consultant to pharmaceutical industry and also creates social awareness as a community pharmacist.

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24
Mar
APTI Central Zone National Seminar
APTI Central Zone National Seminar (APTI Women Forum )

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17
Mar
National Seminar Sponsorship
National Seminar on “Treat to target approaches for dermal disorders: Newer perspectives and challenges”

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06
Jan
APTI RGUHS short term course on Education methodology for Pharmacy PG teachers
APTI AND RAJIV GANDHI UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES SPONSERED “SHORT COURSE IN EDUCATIONAL METHODOLOGY”

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06
Jan
Circular
APTI has been collaborate with RGUHS to conduct workshop to give teachers has insight in their subject of specialization

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13
Apr
MESMAP - 3
The 3rd Mediterranean Symposium on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (MESMAP-3)” which will be held at Merit Park Hotel in Girne (Kyrenia), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) during April 13-16, 2017

MESMAP 3 CLICK HERE

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