Earn and Learn Scheme
We at AISSMS College of Pharmacy Kennedy Road, Near R.T.O. Pune; have initiated the student development scheme of the Vidyarthri Vikas Mandal, SPPU, Pune knows as “KARMAVEER BHAURAO PATIL EARN AND LEARN” for last nine years successfully. As per the scheme, students those who are interested and more over who are economically weak are selected and allotted the job in the college campus and paid the honorarium of Rs. 45 /hour at end of each month (as per the scheme norms).Scheme concludes by February end of each academic year.
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Glimpes of students at jobs under the “KARMAVEER BHAURAO PATIL EARN AND LEARN scheme 2017-18
Special Guidance program 2017-18
“Special Guidance program” at AISSMS college of Pharmacy was started with the aims to all together development of the weak student and benefit them from lectures of expert teachers of respective subjects. Our college is permanent affiliated to University of Pune, we have being successfully carried out this program from last 9 years. According to this development scheme, students of First year B.Pharm are given special guidance on subjects they found it difficult to understand by the senior expert in the same subject from our own college or from other institute.
STRI BHRUN HATYA AND EYE CARE PROGRAMME was held in the AISSMS College of pharmacy on 23th January 2018. The Programme began with inaugural function and introduction of the morning session speaker. Mr. Bajirao Magdum, Dr. Sadhana Bangre and Dr. Madan Biradar. Mr. Bajirao Magdum conducted a lecture on Stri Bhrun Hatya, the social impact and educated the students on the concern topic. Dr. Sadhna Bhangre (Medical Officer) and Dr. Madan Biradar details the measure that the government has taken to eradicate such practice and call upon students and society at large to help such cruel practice of Stri Bhrun Hatya After Lunch break Mr. Saurabh Kumar of Vison express gave lecture on how to take care of eyes. Students eye chekup camp was held in the afternoon session. The event concluded at 4.30pm.
Two day work shop on Disaster Management Programme 2017-18
The two day work shop on Disaster Management Programme 2017-18 was held on 27th and 28th February 2018. For this event expert from the field of disaster management were invited to delivery lecture to student of First year B.Pharm.
On day 1 First lecture was delivery by Mr. Anil Dandekar, Rtd. Principal , MIT School, Kothrud, Pune who have delivered more than 700 lecturers on disaster and mitigation skills to educational institute, professional colleges, rotary and senior clubs. One and half hour presentation was made by Mr. Anil Dandekar on type of disaster and mitigation skill student have found it very interesting and helpful. Second lecture was delivered by Mr. Milind Vaidya, Center for Disaster Management and Studies, Mayur Colony Kothrud. Mr. Milind emphasis on the skill requirement in dealing with disaster in urban area like fire, flood, road accident. Student were very much interested in this topic of discussion.
On day 2 lectures was delivered by Mr. Anil Vedhe of Shri Engineering Services Pune, on fire as disaster and the methods in fighting fire. Traning session was held to students on use of various fire fighting equipment college has like fire extinguisher, sand buckets and hydrane system. Students found this programme very useful and very much interested in this field of disaster management.
FILM SCREENING AND INTERACTION SESSION ON-‘ Gender Equality & Awareness:
Creating awareness is an important stepping stone towards the achievement of any major goal, and this is important especially when the goal at hand is to create sensitive young men and women, who regard Gender equality as an important guiding principle of all their thoughts and actions. Therefore, in this effort to create awareness about this vital issue of gender equality, the Gender Champions of AISSMS College of Pharmacy, along with the nodal teachers in-charge, organised a ‘Film Screening & Interaction Session on Gender Equality and Awareness.’ on the 29th of September,2017 in the college auditorium. It was attended by participants of First Year and Third Year, B.Pharmacy, which included about 48 girls and 37 boys.
II) Vidyarthini Arogya Prabodhan Program
This Health Education Program, under Students Health Services Scheme of Savitribai Phule Pune University is targeted towards all female students studying in the college. The program is planned by the university looking into the health aspects of the female students like the prevalence of anaemia, nutritional deficiencies, reproductive health and the psychosocial health.
The program is conducted in two parts: wherein first part Hemoglobin estimation of female students is done and in second part experts conducts a Health related workshop for female students.
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(By Dr. R. D. Dixit )
|2.||2015-2016||26/2/2016||Balancing carrer and personal responsibilities
(By Nishigandha Date)
|1. Balancing study or Carrer and personal responsibilities
(By Rao Venkat)2. Gender sensitization with introduction to laws and regulations regarding women
(By Sahastrabudhe Milind)
Vidyarthini Aarogya Prabodhan Programme 2016-2017
I) Seminar on “Nutrition” by Dr. R.D.Dixit
II) Hemoglobin estimation of female students
III) Students Health Check Up
Students’ Health Services Scheme was established by the University of Pune to promote physical, mental & social well being of the students. Health Check up of every first year and hostel students seeking admission in college is compulsory. This is for benefit of the students as unrecognized disease/s which they are not aware of can be detected at the time of the check-up and the treatment can be taken at appropriate time. The students are advised to correct the illnesses detected at the time of health checkup.
Every year Dr. Nilesh Modani examines students during Health Check up, and the students are also immunized against tetanus.
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Dr. Nilesh Modani examines students during Health Check Up