Data Analytics, promising career for pharma grads: Dr Shashi Bala Singh
New technologies like AI artificial intelligence and machine learning can revolutionise healthcare system in India Embrace new technologies like machine learning, data analytics and artificial intelligence to blend with the modernday technological advancements, said Shahnawaz Qasim, director, Minority Welfare, while addressing the students of SultanUlUloom College of Pharmacy on graduation
Hyderabad: New technologies like AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning can revolutionise healthcare system in India. “Embrace new technologies like machine learning, data analytics and artificial intelligence to blend with the modern-day technological advancements”, said Shahnawaz Qasim, director, Minority Welfare, while addressing the students of Sultan-Ul-Uloom College of Pharmacy on graduation day.
He added, “Take up research, explore new avenues in health care and make use of the large amount of research data available in the industry,” Dr Shashi Bala Singh, director, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) Hyderabad stressed that “The nation’s development depends on the three important aspects including education, occupation and healthcare. Pharmacy students can play a very important role in transforming India from a developing country to the developed country."'
She advised students to take up research on developing new medicines, and more importantly organising the health care system so that drugs are delivered at the right time to the right person in the right dose. Besides research work, “Data vigilance, data analytics and marketing can be promising career options for Pharma professionals”, she said.