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Continuous Education Prog for registered pharmacists concludes

By Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, Oct 6 - A two-day virtual Continuous Education Programme (CEP) for working pharmacists organised by the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dibrugarh University and sponsored by Assam Pharmacy Council (API), concluded here yesterday, a release stated.

The objective of the training was to upgrade and enhance the capacity of the pharmacists with the up to date information and technology and to provide pharmacy education to meet the requirement of the pharmacists.

The programme was organised in alignment with the mandate of the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI).

Sixty pharmacists were selected for the virtual training from among the pharmacists working in hospitals and dispensaries under the Government of Assam and different tea gardens in the State. The candidates were selected prioritising the need as per PCI mandate.

This virtual programme was designed with four sessions wherein eminent academicians and the members from the PCI deliberated on various topics prescribed by the PCI.

It may be mentioned here that the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) has made it mandatory for all pharmacists to attend such CEPs for renewal of their registration.

Dr Hemanta Kumar Sharma, CEP coordinator, who is also a member of the Pharmacy Council of India and the Assam Pharmacy Council, told that this CEP would help the pharmacists in refreshing their knowledge with new information on pharmaceutical technology and also fulfil their requirements in the renewal of their registration.

Madhurjya Barooah, secretary, ABITA Zone, thanked Dr Sharma and the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dibrugarh University for taking such initiative for the tea garden pharmacists.

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Continuous Education Prog for registered pharmacists concludes

DIBRUGARH, Oct 6 - A two-day virtual Continuous Education Programme (CEP) for working pharmacists organised by the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dibrugarh University and sponsored by Assam Pharmacy Council (API), concluded here yesterday, a release stated.

The objective of the training was to upgrade and enhance the capacity of the pharmacists with the up to date information and technology and to provide pharmacy education to meet the requirement of the pharmacists.

The programme was organised in alignment with the mandate of the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI).

Sixty pharmacists were selected for the virtual training from among the pharmacists working in hospitals and dispensaries under the Government of Assam and different tea gardens in the State. The candidates were selected prioritising the need as per PCI mandate.

This virtual programme was designed with four sessions wherein eminent academicians and the members from the PCI deliberated on various topics prescribed by the PCI.

It may be mentioned here that the Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) has made it mandatory for all pharmacists to attend such CEPs for renewal of their registration.

Dr Hemanta Kumar Sharma, CEP coordinator, who is also a member of the Pharmacy Council of India and the Assam Pharmacy Council, told that this CEP would help the pharmacists in refreshing their knowledge with new information on pharmaceutical technology and also fulfil their requirements in the renewal of their registration.

Madhurjya Barooah, secretary, ABITA Zone, thanked Dr Sharma and the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Dibrugarh University for taking such initiative for the tea garden pharmacists.

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