Achievements

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PharmD intern bags best paper award at national conference
 
Benitta Mathews, PharmD(Intern), department of pharmacy practice, MCOPS received best paper award for research work titled  “ Adverse effects of fluoroquinolones: A retrospective cohort study in a tertiary health-care facility" in 12th National Conference on Students Medical Research organized by department of community medicine, Government Medical College, Trivandrum, Kerala along with Kerala University of Health Sciences on 9 and 10 November 2018. (Co-authors: Ms.Ashley Thalody, Dr. Kavitha Saravu and Dr.Sonal Sekhar M)
 
 
PharmD student wins a prize at MEDISAFECON' 18
 

Krishna Gandhi, fifth PharmD student received the third prize for the poster titled “Steroid induced Diabetes- Preventable or inevitable? “ in MEDISAFECON’18-An International Conference on Patient Safety Practices held on 11 November 2018 at Dr TMA Pai International Convention Centre, Mangalore. (Co-authors are Nishma Khetia, John Preshant KP, Mahadev Rao, Manjunath Hande)

 

Coursera prizes won by students

 

Ms. Keerthi Priya, Research Scholar from the Department of Pharmacology, MCOPS has won first prize in #LearnASkill contest at the institution level, conducted by 'Coursera for Manipal Global.' Mr. Sanju Rajan, Sixth year Pharm D and Ms. Ashima Panjwani, BPharm final year student won the second and third prize. They received the prize from Dr. H Vinod Bhat, Vice-Chancellor, Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Manipal during the award ceremony conducted on 17 October 2018

 

Travel grant bagged by research scholar from Society for the study of xenobiotics

 

Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, MAHE congratulates Mr. Vivek Ghate, a Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Pharmaceutics for being awarded a Travel Grant from the Society for the Study of Xenobiotics (SSX), India for attending the 3rd Conference of the Society for the Study of Xenobiotics (SSX), India held at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore from 10th - 13th October, 2018. Vivek also had an opportunity to be mentored by Dr. Sandhya Mandlekar, Head, PCO (Pharmaceutical Candidate Optimization) at Biocon Bristol-Myers Squibb Research Center, Bangalore, India during the conference. He is pursuing his Ph.D. at Dept. of Pharmaceutics, MCOPS under the guidance of Dr. Shaila Lewis, Associate Professor (Senior Scale) and Dr. B.S. Jayashree, Professor, Dept. of Pharm. Chemistry

 

ISPOR Travel Grant Award

Mr. Hardik Bhatia, pursuing MPharm (pharmaceutical administration) in department of pharmacy management, MCOPS has been selected for ISPOR meeting travel grant award to attend the ISPOR Asia Pacific 2018 conference in Tokyo, Japan during September 8-11, 2018. The grant includes complimentary registration and travel expenses for the ISPOR Asia Pacific 2018 conference.

 

Research scholars selected in the finals of ClimateLaunchpad 2018

Mr. Vivek Ghate (Dept. of Pharmaceutics) and Mr. Raghava Varma (Dept. of Quality Assurance) Research Scholars of MCOPS have been selected for the National Finals of the ClimateLaunchPad 2018 to be held during the month of September 2018. ClimateLaunchpad is the world’s largest green business ideas competition and is a part of the Entrepreneurship offerings of Climate-KIC. Climate-KIC creates opportunities for innovators to address climate change and shape the world’s next economy. Climate-KIC is funded through the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, an initiative of the European Union. They accelerate innovation that enables a low-carbon future. One of their core activities is the Climate-KIC Accelerator, the rock-solid programme for cleantech start-ups where great ideas grow into great businesses.



IPC 2017 BEST POSTER AWARD

Ms Shawinki Rai, from M Pharm Part II (Department of Pharmaceutical Biotechnology), MCOPS, MAHE has received the best poster award in the 69th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress (IPC) 2017 held at Chitkara University, Chandigarh, India during 22-24 December 2017.  The topic was “Production of fungal Keratinase and its therapeutic applications” co-authored by Dr V M Subrahmanyam and Mr Venkatesh Kamath B, Department of Pharm. Biotechnology, MCOPS. 

 

Travel grant received to attend conference in Seoul

Ms Jyothsna Manikkath, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmaceutics, received a travel grant from DST-SERB, New Delhi to attend 77th FIP World Congress on Pharmacy and Pharmaceuticals Sciences. The conference was held at Seoul, South Korea during 10-14, September 2017.   Jyothsna presented her PhD research work titled “Low-frequency ultrasound facilitated transdermal delivery of asenapine maleate” during the conference

 

Amir Reza Najmi receives best national student award by UISIA

 

Amir, a IInd  year M.Pharm student, Dept. of Pharmacy Practice, MCOPS received best national student award in the Iranian scientific competition in pharmacy field under medical category for the academic year 2017 on 6 December in Bengaluru. This award was constituted by Union of the Iranian Student Islamic Associations India (U.I.S.I.A) for Iranian students studying in various disciplines  in India . The selection is based on the curricular and co-curricular activities of the student during 2016-17 academic year. 

 

Sushil Y Raut receives first place for scientific poster at National Seminar

 

In the National Seminar titled "Lipid drug conjugates in drug delivery" held at JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty during July 14-15, 2017, Sushil Y Raut secured first prize in scientific poster presentation. Mr Raut is a research scholar working for his PhD under the supervision of Dr Srinivas Mutalik, professor in the department of pharmaceutics. This seminar was supported by DST and ICMR, Government of India, New Delhi.

 

Students of pharmacy practice clinch ISPE scholarship

The International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE) granted a scholarship to attend the renowned 10th ISPE’s ACPE (Asian Conference on Pharmacoepidemiology). Research papers of Dr Varsha Prabhu (Research scholar) and PharmD students, Ms. Reshma Susan Reji, Ms. Florence James,  Ms. Gifty Maria James,  Ms. Kavitha Elsa Varghese and Ms. Reena Joseph Chacko has been selected.The conference will be held during 29-31 October 2017 at the Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence (PACE), School of Pharmacy, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

 

Best poster award at VIT University 2017

Akhila H S, Research Scholar, Department of Pharmacy Practice received Best Poster Award for the study titled  “Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Novel Synthetic Small Molecule NAPA-1: A Multi-Target Approach”  co-authored by Chethan G H, Chandra Sekhar Misra, Yogendra Nayak and M K Unnikrishnan at National Seminar on Translational Immunology : Today’s Research -Tomorrow's Therapy, VIT University, Vellore during 24 - 25 March 2017

 

Young scientist travel grant

Varsha A Prabhu, Research Scholar, Department of Pharmacy Practice received Young Scientist Travel Grant sponsored by the Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi to present the study titled, 'Potential Role of Gut Microbiota as Therapeutic Target in Stroke' at the International conference on “Microbiome in Health, Disease and Environment”  held during 3 and 4 March, 2017 in Pondicherry

 

Scholarship for PharmD intern at University of Arizona

 

Ms Srujitha Marupuru, PharmD (Intern), Department of Pharmacy Practice is selected for PhD program in the Department of Health and Pharmaceutical Outcomes, University of Arizona (UA)- A public research university in Tucson, Arizona, United States. She is offered a complete scholarship by the university which provides a full coverage of tuition fee. Additionally, she has also been recommended for employment as a graduate research assistant with a stipend.

 

Best Poster Award at DUPHAT 2017

 

Ms. Kavitha Elsa Varghese, Fifth PharmD student, Department of Pharmacy Practice, MCOPS received 8th best Pharmacy Student Presentation poster award for study titled “ Prescribing Pattern of Acinetobacter Infection Therapy in  a Tertiary Care Hospital ” co-authored by Vinayak S, Deepak K, Rajesh V in  DUPHAT during March 7-9 at Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Dubai

 

Pharmacology lecture update 2017

Mr Raghuvir Alias Varad Keni, Fifth PharmD, Department of Pharmacy Practice bagged the second prize in the pharmacology lecture update 2017 competition held on 4 March at MCOPS. His topic of presentation was " HIV Vaccine"

 

FIP -PSWC 2017 Travel Scholarship 

Ms Sangeetha Iyer, fifth PharmD, Department of Pharmacy Practice, MCOPS received prestigious PSWC 2017 travel scholarship to attend the 6th FIP Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress [PSWC] to be held during 21-24 May 2017 in Stockholm, Sweden. The scholarship includes free registration, financial support for travel, accommodation and one year complimentary FIP Individual Membership.

 

Best poster award

Ashwini R Nayak, second year MPharm, bagged the first prize for poster presentation titled “ Evaluation of reserved antibiotics in a tertiarycare teaching hospital” co-authored by Dr Girish Thunga and Dr Sreedharan  in  National Conference on Innovative Practices in Clinical Training and Patient Safety organized in Association with Indian Pharmaceutical Association,  local branch during 20-21 February 2017 at Srinivas College of Pharmacy, Mangalore

 

2017 Annual day Awards

Academic Excellence Awards :  

 

B Pharm : 

  1. For standing First in B Pharm First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr Naman Gupta. The awardee has secured an outstanding GPA 9.43 out of maximum 10 GPA.
  2. For standing Second in B Pharm First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Hawa Bachoo Hashim. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA 9.38 out of 10 GPA.
  3. For standing Third in B Pharm First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Mrinalini R.  The awardee has secured a GPA 9.33 out of 10 GPA.
  4. For standing First in B Pharm Second Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Sahana Pai. The awardee has secured an outstanding GPA 10 out of 9.73 GPA.
  5. For standing Second in B Pharm Second Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award is goes to Ms Naqiyah Imtiyaz Gulamabbas Adamjee. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA 9.59 out of 10.
  6. For standing Third in B Pharm Second Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Srilaxmi G Rao. The awardee has secured a GPA of 9.50 out of 10 .
  7. For standing First in B Pharm Third Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Anushka Pharasi. These awardee has secured an outstanding GPA of 10 out of 10.
  8. For standing Second in B Pharm Third Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Vineeta Kumari. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.85 out of 10.
  9. For standing Third in B Pharm Third Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Melissa Loudina Pais. These awardee has secured a GPA of 9.62 out of 10.
  10. For standing First in B Pharm Fourth Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Mayura Das. The awardee has secured an outstanding GPA of 9.70 out of 10.
  11. For standing Second in B Pharm Fourth Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr Fardeen Mohamed Hassan Hussein.  The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.59 out of 10.
  12. For standing Third in B Pharm Fourth Year for the academic year 2015-16.  The award goes to Ms Ayesha.  The awardee has secured a GPA of 9.56 out of 10.

 

Pharm D:     

  1. For standing First in Pharm D First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Vaidehi Dipesh Bhatia. The awardee has secured an outstanding GPA 9.65 out of maximum 10.
  2. For standing Second in Pharm D First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Poonam Batuk Khant. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.35 out of 10.
  3. For standing Third in Pharm D First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr Saksham Parolia. The awardee has secured a GPA of 9.17 out of 10.
  4. For standing First in Pharm D Second Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Gail Ann Abraham. The awardee has secured an outstanding GPA of 8.27 out of Maximum 10.
  5. For standing Second in Pharm D Second Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Ashvitha Shet. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 8.15 out of 10.
  6. For standing Third in Pharm D Second Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award is shared by Ms Arline Mendonca and Ms Muttavarapu Siri Spandana.  These awardees have secured a GPA of 8.08 out of 10.
  7. For standing First in Pharm D Third Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Sophia Menamparampil George.  The awardee has secured a brilliant aggregate score of 90%.
  8. For standing Second in Pharm D Third Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Pires Nichelle Joanne Francis. The awardee has secured a good aggregate score of 88%.
  9. For standing Third in Pharm D Third Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Shabnam Hyder. The awardees have secured an aggregate score of 86%.
  10. For standing First among the students of Pharm D Fourth Year & Pharm D Post Baccalaureate First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Sangeetha Iyer. The awardee has secured a brilliant aggregate score of 88%.
  11. For standing Second among the students of Pharm D Fourth Year & Pharm D Post Baccalaureate First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Gifty Maria James. The awardee has secured a good aggregate score of 86.9%.
  12. For standing Third among the students of Pharm D Fourth Year & Pharm D Post Baccalaureate First Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Hina Anjum. The awardee has secured an aggregate score of 86.8%.
  13. For standing First among the students of Pharm D Fifth Year & Pharm D Post Baccalaureate Second Year for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Srujitha Marupuru. The awardee has secured a brilliant aggregate score of 90%.
  14. For standing Second among the students of Pharm D Fifth Year & Pharm D Post Baccalaureate Second Year for the academic year 2014-15. The award goes to Ms Meenakshi Srinivasan. The awardee has secured a good aggregate score of 88%.
  15. For standing Third among the students of Pharm D Fifth Year & Pharm D Post Baccalaureate Second Year for the academic year 2014-15. The award goes to Ms Jefry Jose. The awardee has secured an aggregate score of 86%.

 

M Pharm: 

  1. For standing First in First year M Pharm Pharmaceutical Chemistry specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr Umanshu Dhingra. The awardee has secured a GPA of 8.78 out of 10.
  2. For standing First in First year M Pharm Pharmaceutics specialization for the academic year 2015-16.The award goes to Ms Gaddapati Naga Tejaswi. The awardee has secured a GPA of 8.61 out of 10.
  3. For standing First in First year M Pharm Pharmacology specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Puspita Sahu.  The awardee has secured a GPA of 8.65 out of 10.
  4. For standing First in First year M Pharm Pharmaceutical Administration specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr Prashant Verma. The awardee has secured a GPA of 7.87 out of 10.
  5. For standing First in First year M Pharm Pharmacy Practice specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Pooja Gopal Poojary. These awardees have secured a GPA of 7.96 out of 10.
  6. For standing First in First year M Pharm Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Shelar Disha R. The awardee has secured a GPA of 8.30 out of 10.
  7. For standing First in First year M Pharm Pharmaceutical Biotechnology specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr Sivalanka Giridhar. The awardee has secured a GPA of 8.48 out of 10.
  8. For standing First in First year M Pharm Drug Regulatory Affairs specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Ramya Ravi. The awardee has secured a GPA of 8.65 out of 10.
  9. For standing First in First year M Pharm Industrial Pharmacy specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Jessica Zephrina Fernandes. The awardee has secured a GPA of 7.30 out of 10.
  10. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm - Pharmaceutical Chemistry specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Ekta. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.38 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  11. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm - Pharmaceutics specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr G Sandeep Nahata. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.36 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  12. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm-Pharmacology specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Amritha Remakanth.  The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 8.95 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  13. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm - Pharmaceutical Administration specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Mr Lalith Kumar Mittal. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 8.91 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  14. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm - Pharmacy Practice specialization for the academic year 2015-16.The award goes to Ms Nileema Lavitha D’souza. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.04 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  15. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm - Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Sarma Shreya Balaram. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.16 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  16. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm - Pharmaceutical Biotechnology specialization for the academic year 2015-16. The award goes to Ms Raghuraman Manimaran. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 9.20 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  17. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm–Drug Regulatory Affairs specialization for the academic year 2015-16.The award goes to Ms Sonam Nagaraj Naik. The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 8.89 out of Maximum 10 GPA.
  18. The Best Outgoing Student of M Pharm – Industrial Pharmacy specialization for the academic year 2015-16.  The award goes to Ms Prashansha Mullick.  The awardee has secured a remarkable GPA of 8.49 out of Maximum 10 GPA.

 

Endowment Awards: 

  1. Late Prof N K Basu Award for the best outgoing student in Pharmaceutical Chemistry subjects of B Pharm program:  The award was instituted by Late Prof N K Basu, the first Director of our institution.  For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Ayesha.
  2. Prof N Krishnamoorthy Award for the best outgoing student in all Pharmaceutics subjects of B Pharm program:  The award was instituted by Prof N Krishnamoorthy, the Second Director of our institution.  For the academic year 2015-16, the award is shared by Ms Mayura Das and Ms Ayesha.
  3. Dr P Gundu Rao's Meritorious Award for the best outgoing student of M Pharm program at Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences:  The award was instituted by Dr P Gundu Rao, the Third Director of our institution. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Ekta.
  4. Late Prof S Sankarasubramanian Award: For the best performance in Medicinal Chemistry & Pharmacology subjects of Final Year B Pharm program:  The award was instituted by Dr K V S R G Prasad and Dr KK Srinivasan in the memory of their teacher Late Prof S Sankarasubramanian, the Fourth Director of our institution. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Ayesha.
  5. Dr M N Guruswamy Award for the best performance in Pharmacology subjects of  B Pharm program:  The award was instituted by Dr M N Guruswamy, our former HOD of Pharmacology Department. For the academic year 2015-16, the award is shared by Ms Mayura Das & Ms Ayesha.
  6. Late Dr M A Iyengar Award for standing first in Pharmacognosy subjects of B Pharm program: The award was instituted by Dr M A Iyengar, the First HOD of Pharmacognosy Department and his fellow researchers. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Mayura Das.
  7. The BPRL, Bengaluru and the Pfizer Ltd, Mumbai Awards for the First Rank holder in B Pharm. The prizes were instituted by BPRL, Bengaluru and the Pfizer Ltd, Mumbai respectively.  For the academic year 2015-16, the awards go to Ms Mayura Das.
  8. Anand Chandavarkar Memorial Scholarship for the final year B Pharm student who scores highest marks and pursues post graduation in MCOPS:  The scholarship was instituted by M/s FDC Ltd in the name of Anand Chandavarkar. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Mr Gopichand L.
  9. Atmaram Dattatreya Chandavarkar Memorial Scholarship : For the B Pharm graduate of MCOPS who pursues masters in MCOPS and secures highest marks in First year M Pharm:  The award was instituted by M/s FDC Ltd in the name of Atmaram Dattatreya Chandavarkar. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Puspita Sahu.
  10. M/s MEDREICH Ltd, Bengaluru Award for the Best second year M Pharm Project work (Dissertation work). The award was instituted by Mr B Srinivasa Reddy, M/S MEDREICH Ltd, Bengaluru. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Ekta.
  11. Mr Deepak Kini and Mr Pradeep Nayak, USA Award for standing first in First year M Pharm . The award was instituted by Mr Deepak Kini and Mr Pradeep Nayak, USA, Alumni of MCOPS. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Mr Umanshu Dhingra.
  12. Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research Award for standing first in First year M Pharm Programs offered in the Department of Pharmacy Management of MCOPS:  The award was instituted by Dr M Burande in the name of Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research for the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Mr Prashant Verma.
  13. M/s Lupin Scholarship for the top performer in First year M Pharm Pharmaceutics specialization. The award was instituted by M/S Lupin Ltd, Pune. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Gaddipati Naga Tejaswi.
  14. Hospital Pharmacy Foundation, Delhi Award for the Topper of Pharm D Program.  The prize was instituted by Hospital Pharmacy Foundation, New Delhi. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Chekka Lakshmi Manasa Sakuntala.
  15. Late Mr Joseph Colaco Award for the Best Outgoing Student of B Pharm Program.  The award was instituted by Mr Michael Sreshta, our Alumnus, in memory of his friend late   Mr Joseph Colaco”.  For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Mayura Das.
  16. Mrs Murti Devi Yadav Award for the Top Performance in Pharmaceutical Organic Chemistry subject of B Pharm First Year. The award was instituted by Mr Ravi Kant Yadav, our alumnus (2003-07 batch), in the name of his loving mother Mrs Murti Devi Yadav. For the academic year 2015-16, the award is shared by Mr Naman Gupta and Ms Hawa Bachoo Hashim.
  17. Late Shri K Padmanabha Bhat award for the best performers in the subjects of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance of B Pharm. The award was instituted by Dr Krishnamurthy Bhat, Professor & Head, Department of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance, MCOPS in memory of his loving father the Late Shri K Padmanabha Bhat. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Mayura Das.
  18. "Param Pujya Guru" award for the best performers in Pharmaceutical Chemistry subject of III B Pharm. The award was instituted by Dr B S Jayashree, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, in the name of her Param Pujya Guru. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms Anushka Pharasi.
  19. "Param Pujya Guru" award for the best performers in Pharmaceutical Chemistry subject of IV B Pharm. The award was instituted by Dr B S Jayashree, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, in the name of her Param Pujya Guru. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Mr Fardeen Mohamed Hassan Hussein.
  20. "Param Pujya Guru" award for the best performers in Pharmaceutical Chemistry of III Year Pharm D. The award was instituted by Dr B S Jayashree, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the name of her Param Pujya Guru. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Ms  Sophia Menamparampil George.
  21. "Param Pujya Guru" award for the best performers in First year M Pharm- Pharmaceutical Chemistry specialization. The award was instituted by Dr B S Jayashree, Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the name of her Param Pujya Guru. For the academic year 2015-16, the award goes to Mr Umanshu Dhingra.
  22. Late Shri Raghunadha Rao Kamineni award for the best performers in the subjects of Pharmaceutics and Pharmacology of Pharm D. The award was instituted by Mr Ramprasad Kamineni, our Alumnus, in the name of his loving father Late Shri Raghunadha Rao Kamineni. For the academic year 2014-15, the award goes to Ms Pires Nichelle Joanne Francis.
  23. Shri Sri Gopal Chandak Award for the best performer in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry subjects of I & II B Pharm, the award goes to Ms Srilaxmi G Rao. The Award was institute by Mr Ashok Chandak, our Alumnus, in the name of his loving father Shri Srigopal Chandak.
  24. Shri Sri Gopal Chandak Award for the best performer in the Pharmaceutical Chemistry subjects of III & IV B Pharm, the award goes to Ms Ayesha. The Award was institute by              Mr Ashok Chandak, our Alumnus, in the name of his loving father Shri Srigopal Chandak.

 

PRAISE Award :

 

Mr Pawan G Nayak, Mr Grandhi V Ramalingayya, Mr Devkar Raviraj Anand, Ms Shilpee, Mr Subhankar  Biswas, Ms Shoja M H, Mr Reddy Neetinkumar Dnyanoba, Mr Mopidevi Venkata Srikanth, Ms Rashmi Pardeshi, Ms Tanya Sinha, Mr Arbind Kumar Mandal, Ms Swastika Maity, Mr Sachin Kumar V K and Ms Desaraju Sushmita

 

Travel/Contingency Grant Awards for Full time Research Scholars of MCOPS :

 

Ms Sanchari Basu Mallik

Ms Elizabeth Mary Mathew

Ms Varsha A Prabhu

 

 

2016

  • Ms Sangeetha Iyer of Fifth PharmD is awarded a travel grant to attend  Annual Congress of the Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (Euroheartcare-2017) organized by European Society of Cardiology in Jonkoping, Sweden commencing from 18-20 May 2017. The travel scholarship includes accommodation and other expenses.
  • Ms Sindhuja K, (fourth PharmD) bagged the first prize for the poster titled 'Assessment of quality of life (QoL) in non-metastatic breast cancer patients in a tertiary care hospital before and after chemotherapy' co-authored by Neena Chauhan, Shruthi Shetty, Kanav Khera, Prahlad H Yathraj and Karthik S Udupa in 68th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress held during 16-18 Dec 2016 at University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Andhra University
  • Ms Reena Joseph, Fifth PharmD student received best poster award for study titled “Development and Evaluation of Onconurse Practice- A Smartphone Application for Oncology Nurses” co-authored by Nimmi Z, Sonal Sekhar M, Anisha S in  Two Day International Conference(CPEP-2016)- Frontiers of Pharmacy Practice in Clinical and Industrial Sector on 13-14 December 2016 at Crescent College of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Payangadi, Kannur, Kerala.
  • Ms. Jyothsna Manikkath [research scholar of pharmaceutics] received the second prize in Oral Presentation at APTICON 2016, Manipal. Her paper was titled Synergistic Transdermal Delivery of Ketoprofen Using PAMAM Dendrimer and Sonophoresis
  • Ms. Aswathi, R Hegde [research scholar of pharmaceutics] received the second prize in Poster Presentation for her work on Skin Permeation Study of Dendrimeric Conjugates of Ketoprofen at APTICON 2016
  • Ms Sanchari Basu Mallik [research scholar of pharmacology] secured the first prize in Oral presentations on the paper titled Study of In-Vivo Protective Effect of Sodium Valproate against Chemotherapy Induced Cognitive Dysfunction at APTICON 2016
  • Mr Koteshwara Ananthamurthy [research scholar, Pharmaceutical Biotechnology] secured the second prize for the paper titled Simple, Improvised Method for the Isolation of Chitinolytic Actinomycetes at APTICON 2016
  • Ms. Kavyasri Immadisetti, PharmD Intern, Dept. of Pharmacy Practice received Scholarship from AIDS Society of India (ASI) to attend the ASICON 2016 to be held at Hotel Sahara Star, Mumbai from 7th - 9th October 2016.The scholarship includes conference travel and accommodation. Her research titled "Evaluation of potential drug-drug Interactions among the people living with HIV with Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy at Kasturba Hospital" is accepted for oral presentation.
  • Ms. Srujitha Marupuru (PharmD Intern), Department of Pharmacy Practice won the first prize for the poster titled “Development and Evaluation of Onconurse Practice- A Smartphone Application for Oncology Nurses” co-authored by Nimmi Z, Sonal Sekhar M, Anisha S in the Conference on Technological Applications in Healthcare (TAHCON-2016) held during 17 and 18 September 2016 at Manipal University, Manipal
  • Fifth year Pharm.D students Ms.Sangeetha Iyer and Mr. Munawar Peringadi Vayalil attended EuroHeartCare – 2016, Annual Congress organized by Council on Cardiovascular Nursing and Allied Professions (CCNAP) of European Society of Cardiology (ESC) and Hellenic Society of Cardiovascular Nursing which was held on 15th & 16th of April 2016, at Athens, Greece.