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Hyderabad: GITAM School of Pharmacy Celebrated National Pharmacy Week – 2019

Hyderabad: GITAM School of Pharmacy Celebrated National Pharmacy Week – 2019
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GITAM School of Pharmacy, GITAM deemed to be University, Hyderabad, celebrated National Pharmacy Week – 2019. The theme of the current year...

Hyderabad: GITAM School of Pharmacy, GITAM deemed to be University, Hyderabad, celebrated National Pharmacy Week – 2019. The theme of the current year celebration was "Pharmacist: Your medication counsellor".

In the week-long celebration, various activities like debate, extempore, essay writing and elocution competitions were held for the students. On the last day, guest lecture and health awareness rally were organized. The guest speakers were Mr. Sharad, Mr. Pawan and Mrs Niveditha, SAS Trainers from IQPRO Analytics Pvt Ltd., Hyderabad.

The programme was started by welcome address given by Professor G.S. Kumar, Principal, GITAM School of Pharmacy, Hyderabad. He briefed about the purpose of celebrating National Pharmacy Week. This was followed by addresses of Professor N. Siva Prasad, Pro Vice Chancellor and r. D.V.V.S.R. Varma, Resident Director, GITAM Deemed to be University, Hyderabad.

A guest lecture was delivered on the topic, "Clinical SAS and its Practical Applications". The concept of SAS as a clinical pharmacy software was explained briefly and its applications were elaborated. The students asked various queries regarding career options after doing a certified training in SAS software.

This was followed by a health awareness rally, inaugurated by Professor N. Siva Prasad, Pro Vice Chancellor, GITAM Deemed to be University, Hyderabad. The Principal, faculty members and students of GITAM School of Pharmacy, participated in the rally. They went to Zila Parishad High School and Zila Parishad Primary Schools at Rudraram. Note books and stationeries were distributed in the schools. The students gave presentations about general health, personal hygiene, cleanliness, dental hygiene and about communicable and non communicable diseases to the school children.

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