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SVKM’s NMIMS Invites Applications for Post-Graduate Pharmacy Programs
Admissions are now open for M. Pharm. and M. Pharm. + MBA (Pharma. Tech. and Healthcare Management)
SVKM’s NMIMS Deemed to be University, an academic institute with a legacy of 40 years, invites applications for M. Pharm. and integrated M. Pharm. + MBA (Pharma. Tech. and Healthcare Management) programs at Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy & Technology Management (SPPSPTM) in Mumbai and School of Pharmacy & Technology Management (SPTM) in Shirpur. The above pharmacy programs are designed to bridge the gap between the demand for pharmacy professionals and available industry-oriented qualifications.
To be eligible, applicants must have passed B. Pharm. with a minimum aggregate of 55% from a Pharmacy Council of India (PCI) approved institute. Industry-sponsored applicants will be given preference.
Commenting on the merits of these pharmacy programs, Dr. R. S. Gaud, Director-Pharma Institutions said, “The Indian pharmaceutical landscape continues to undergo a massive transformation due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The industry is evolving rapidly and there is an increasing demand for professionals who are equipped to combat future epidemics and pandemics on a global scale. For those who possess industry-level knowledge, combined with a solid grounding in medicine, epidemiology and other relevant fields, the opportunities for a successful career in the pharma industry are limitless.”
Dr. Bala Prabhakar, Dean, Shobhaben Pratapbhai Patel School of Pharmacy & Technology Management, further added, “SPPSPTM was established with the aim of developing a centre of excellence in pharmacy and technology management education. Our research-based pharmacy programs curriculum is supported by highly-qualified and motivated faculty, world-class infrastructure, and an advanced virtual learning system. While the M.Pharm. program focuses on developing highly specialised and industry-oriented education in pharmacy, the integrated M. Pharm. + MBA (Pharma. Tech. and Healthcare Management) is ideal for management aspirants who wish to inculcate domain-oriented expertise in this rapidly-developing sector. The integrated MBA also allows students to fast-track their careers, giving them a year’s headstart over their peers.”
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