MAHE Association of Pharmacy Students (MAPS), a member association of International Pharmaceutical Students Federation, will organise Asia Pacific symposium on ‘Good Pharmacy Practice Education’ (GPPed) at Manipal College of Pharmaceutical Sciences from March 2 to 5.
It is being organised for Pharmacy students and recent graduates from across the world.
The aim of this programme is to promote good pharmacy practice, to showcase pharmacy practices in India and to provide a platform for international interaction of Pharmacy students.
The symposium is a closed door deliberation and will be attend by 50 student delegates from seven countries, including MAHE students.
Dr Satyamooorthy, Director, School of Life Sciences along with Dr Raghavendra Shetty, Assistant Vice President, Navitas Life Sciences will inaugurate the symposium on March 2.
The symposium will have guest lectures, multiple hands on workshops, panel discussions and post symposium cultural immersion.