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ANNEXURES

GIPS MINUTES OF THE GOVERNING BODY MEETING (CLICK)

MANADATORY DISCLOSURE 2019-20 (CLICK)

AICTE LETTERS FROM 2009-20_(CLICK)PCI Approval Letter

PCI Approval Letter (CLICK)

committee members (College Committee Members)

GENDER SENSITIZATION CELL

AICTE APPROVAL LETTER 2020-21

pCI APPROVAL LETTER 2021-22

JNTUH Affiliation Letter 2019-20

 

VISION & MISSION

Vision

To be a leader in Pharmacy Education and Research by encouraging students to pursue excellence and scholarship and to address all the health care needs of our nation.

Mission 

Gland Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences is committed to provide quality education in Pharmaceutical Sciences, and impart skills to make its graduates readily employable, by providing a learning interface with Pharma Industry. It aims at the all round development of its alumni who cherish the pursuit of excellence and strive in scholarly endeavours contributing to the improvement of the national and global health care systems.

COURSES OFFERED

B.Pharmacy (100 Seats)

M.Pharmacy –  Pharmaceutical Analysis  -15 Seats

M.Pharmacy – Pharmaceutics – 15 Seats

INDUSTRY TIE-UP (GLAND PHARMA LIMITED,HYDERABAD

 

In collaboration with our parent organization Gland Pharma Limited, a Pioneer in manufacturing injectable formulations and the first in India to get US FDA approval for liquid injectables, the college is arranging supplementary lectures by the scientists and executives of Gland Pharma in various areas such as manufacturing equipment and technics, good manufacturing practices, quality assurance, regulatory affairs etc. In additional periodical visits to Gland Pharma and other industries are being arranged to enable the students to gain firsthand knowledge of the industry environment. B.Phamacy and M.Pharm projects are carried out in laboratory created specifically for this purpose in Gland Pharma Limited.

  1. To analyze and extent the arrangements for safety of the women both students and employees.
  2. To identify the shortcomings and suggest measures to safe guards.
  3. To evaluate grievance readdressal mechanism related to gender specific concerns.
  4. To suggest the action programmes and bring about changes in practices.