Best practices are followed in School of Pharmacy,
1. To motivate student perception about the latest trends in pharmacy profession.
2. The make the student aware about the application of the topics of pharmaceutical industry & social life.
3. To cheer / inspire the faculty members to adopt/ implement hybrid method in the class room.
4. To follow near peer mentorship for slow learner with advanced learners.
The course of practice is such that the students will be communicated the application of topic and subtopics in classroom or during industry visit/ internship. It was decided that the staff should provide the information regarding the relevance of the topic taught at that particular session. The idea is unique in its way as the student’s gets
continuous booster stimulus regarding the application of the curriculum. The teachers also develop the habit of delivering extra information and stay updated with new technology.
Problem Based Learning
Problem-based learning is a student-centred pedagogy in which students learn about a
subject through the experience of solving an open-ended problem found in trigger
Our students are regularly scheduled to discuss a scientific paper found in a peer
reviewed research journal. One or two members of the club present a summary of the
chosen paper that the whole group has read. Then, the discussion begins.