Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research, Pimpri, Pune: The Crown Jewel of Pharma Education

Earlier this year, twenty drug makers were accused of collusion to inflate prices of drugs by up to 1000 per cent in the lawsuit filed by 44 US states in a district court in Connecticut. The biggest loser was India’s largest pharma company, by sales, who is already under a cloud over corporate governance issues


Integrity For Our Students – If Not Now, When?

Dr. Zeenath Reza Khan is the Head of Integrity in Academia, Digital Space and Beyond Research & Teaching Forum and Assistant Professor of Cyber Ethics at University of Wollongong in Dubai. She has been teaching in the Faculty of...

Transgender and Their Struggle with Higher Education and Job Prospects

Ritish Sethi is a result driven leader with over 20 years of experience in global enterprises driving strategic vision and accomplishing revenue, profitability norms and transformation of the business. A strong believer of “Change is the Only Constant Thing”,...

Education as A Necessity for Democracy, A Human Right, To Exist

Founder and CEO of the Buckingham Institute for Human Rights and Genocide Studies, Jack Frank Sigman is currently a Doctoral student of genocide studies at Gratz. He also has an MA in International Relations from AMU. He has lectured...

How To Live With Purpose: The Case For Chasing Our Passions Is Gaining Legs

An astute international school leader, with a wealth of recent experience in setting up and leading schools in the Middle East and South East Asia, Neil values working with teams that are closely aligned and committed to a shared...


Haimanti Sen- The Guardian Angel of The Streets

India is a country that gives its citizens the right to education. Article 21-A of the Indian Constitution states that all children between 6 and 14 years should be provided free and compulsory education. However, India’s literacy rate is...


What is Clearing and Why should Indian Students be Interested in it?

“Hindu College sets its cut off at a skyrocketing high score, of 99 per cent for their Political Science Honours course’’ that was a recent headline of a widely circulated newspaper. As a keen observer of education trends in...


Are Mental Health Disorders a Concern in Higher Education?

Passionate about education, leadership, team development, and all things health and wellness, Josh’s recent research was focused on building communities of wellness, with a particular interest in social, emotional, mental, and psychological well-being. This work has informed further research...

You Won’t Learn Unless You Do It

Xavier Mah is a PR and branding strategist, who has worked with brands and media from numerous industries. Kick-starting his consultancy at the age of 26, he has serviced clients from Property, Beauty, F&B, Lifestyle & Fashion industries. Xavier...

Generation Z and Its Implications for Educational Institutions and Employers

Since her conception of Boosting Business in 2008, Trine Nielsen’s success with the brand bureau in her homeland of Denmark has inspired her to aid and teach professionals and entrepreneurs, helping them understand what becoming an authority in their...


Giving a Face to The Proverb “Where There’s A Will There’s A Way”

In India, not every 18-year-old has a clear idea about their career. Most of the Higher-Secondary students are swayed by peer pressure and give a shot at becoming a Doctor or an Engineer. Once that fails, they then frantically...


What Can We Do to Help an Ailing India?

Notwithstanding that pharmacists are the only people capable of reading prescription notes, even when the doctors themselves fumbles, they are the ones who are our go-to for headaches and other common ailments. These close relationships that patients have with...


NOW! is the Time to Resuscitate Pharmacy Education

Ayushman Bharat is a centrally sponsored scheme launched in 2018 aiming at making interventions in primary, secondary and tertiary care systems, covering both preventive and promotive health, to address healthcare holistically. It is the world’s largest healthcare program and...


Meet the Modern Day Apothecarist

The Indian pharmaceutical sector consists of about 250 national pharmaceutical makers, currently accounts for about 3.1–3.6% of the global pharma industry in value terms and is witnessing a market growth of 12.8% due to an increase in consumer spending...

Adichunchanagiri University’s Sri Adichunchanagiri College of Pharmacy

Al Ameen College of Pharmacy

Amity Institute of Pharmacy

Amrita College of Pharmacy

Chandigarh College of Pharmacy

Chitkara College of Pharmacy

College of Pharmaceutical Science, Puri

Deen Dayal Rustagi Collage Of Pharmacy

Dr. D Y Patil Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research

Indo Soviet Friendship College of Pharmacy

Institute of Pharmacy, Nirma University

JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore

JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty

Khalsa College of Pharmacy

KLE University College of Pharmacy

LM College of Pharmacy

Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences

PES College of Pharmacy

PSG College of Pharmacy

Seacom Skills University's School of Pharmacy

SRM College of Pharmacy

St. Peter's Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences

SVKM's NMIMS’ Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School Of Pharmacy & Technology Management

Teerthanker Mahaveer University

The Oxford College of Pharmacy