PharmD student qualifies Karnataka Biotechnology Aptitude Test
September 04, 2015
Ms Zoya Ahmed (PharmD Intern), Department of Pharmacy Practice has been selected for Biotechnology Finishing School (BTFS) a 12 month post graduate diploma with a fellowship from Department of Biotechnology. BTFS is a unique initiative of the Government of Karnataka in collaboration with DBT, New Delhi. The selection process included the online test (KBAT) followed by an interview. The program comprises 6 months each of academic training and internship in an industry. The program is designed to equip the graduate and post graduate students with appropriate employable skills in the industry.
Community outreach activities and medical camp at Gujjarbettu-Hoode region, Udupi
Report on “Strategizing AMS in Clinical Practice” lecture series
DJC Lecture series No1 by Dr D Srinivas Reddy, Director, CSIR-IICT, organized by Dept of Pharmaceutical chemistry, MCOPS
Sir CV Raman Young Scientist State Award to Dr Srinivas Mutalik
Golden Jubilee Commemoration Lecture