Pulla Reddy

Road Map

2007-2011:

  • Establishment: The pharmacy college is established, obtaining necessary approvals and accreditation.
  • Curriculum Development: Design and development of a comprehensive pharmacy curriculum, incorporating foundational and specialized courses.
  • Faculty Recruitment: Hiring qualified faculty members with expertise in various pharmacy disciplines.
  • Infrastructure Setup: Constructing and equipping laboratories, classrooms, and other necessary facilities to support pharmacy education.

2011-2013:

  • Affiliations and Collaborations: Forming affiliations and collaborations with hospitals, community pharmacies, and pharmaceutical companies to facilitate practical training and research opportunities for students.
  • Student Enrollment: Admitting the first batch of students and initiating the pharmacy program.
  • Internship Programs: Establishing partnerships with pharmacies and healthcare institutions for student internships to gain practical experience.

2013-2018:

  • Accreditation: Undertaking the accreditation process to ensure compliance with national standards and regulations.
  • Research Initiatives: Encouraging faculty and students to engage in research activities, publish scientific papers, and participate in conferences.
  • Advanced Facilities: Expanding infrastructure to include specialized laboratories, research facilities, and a library with relevant pharmacy resources.
  • Professional Development: Organizing workshops, seminars, and guest lectures by industry professionals to enhance students’ knowledge and skills.

2018-2021:

  • Industry Collaborations: Strengthening collaborations with pharmaceutical companies and research institutions for collaborative projects, internships, and job placements.
  • Advanced Technology: Incorporating technology-driven learning methods and tools, such as virtual simulations and online resources, to enhance teaching and learning experiences.
  • Continuing Education: Offering continuing education programs for practicing pharmacists to update their knowledge and skills.

2021-2022:

  • Pandemic Response: Implementing measures to ensure the safety of students and faculty during the COVID-19 pandemic, such as transitioning to online learning and adopting health protocols for in-person activities.
  • Remote Learning Enhancements: Investing in technology infrastructure and training to improve the quality of online education delivery.

Present:

  • Ongoing Curriculum Updates: Continuously reviewing and updating the pharmacy curriculum to align with evolving industry demands and regulatory changes.
  • Alumni Engagement: Establishing an alumni network and organizing alumni events to foster professional connections and career support.
  • Quality Assurance: Conducting regular evaluations and assessments to maintain high standards of education and continuously improve the pharmacy program.