Blogs

Yoga- everyday cup of tea

Mrs. Vidya Wable Asst. Professor AISSMS College of Pharmacy   We usually think that yoga is something which is for adults; a way of increasing overall physical and mental health especially for those who have begun to feel the aches, pains and stresses that inevitably arise once grown-up. The youth […]

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Lines of Defences of body

Mrs. Shivani Rao Assistant Professor Pharmaceutics Department AISSMS College of Pharmacy   We find that the Romans owed the conquest of the world to no other cause than continual military training, exact observance of discipline in their camps, and unwearied cultivation of the other arts of war. – Publius Flavius […]

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Beat The Exam Stress

Mr. Saurabh Rohom Final Year, B. Pharm (2019-2020) What is Stress? Stress is nothing but our body’s typical response to a challenge, a work, a threat, or an excitement. It is a mental push our body gives us to keep us alert and prepared to face an event. A little […]

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Mobile addiction and its first deaddiction centre

  Ashwini Deokar Final yr. B. Pharm.2019-20 Life is all about ‘balance’. Chaos is the result when life lacks balance. Staying in an alternate artificially created reality of our lives does the same to us; create the chaos. Mobile addiction is the prime example of such chaos. Now one might […]

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Extracurricular Activities: Impact on Personality and Career

Ms. Pradnya Shirude Student -M. Pharm AISSMS College of Pharmacy Dept. – Pharmaceutics Other than academics there are certain elements essential for overall personality development; these include leadership, communication skill, creativity, knowledge, confidence and presence of mind. Extracurricular activities help to develop these characteristics. Your external personality cannot be built […]

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Are Students Ready for Online Learning ?

Dr. Santosh V Gandhi, Professor – Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Due to COVID 19 Pandemic, the education process in developing countries like India is drastically changing. Although it is common practice in developed countries for educators to use online teaching or flipped classroom methodologies; the education in India is majorly [...] Read more...

In Sync with the Industry

In Sync with the Industry Dr. Ashwini Madgulkar, Principal, AISSMS COP Due to cut throught competition at work place being job ready is the need of hour. Job-readiness focuses on teaching skills to students so that they can meet the industry requirements. It bridges the gap between formal education and [...] Read more...

Self-Medication

Rucha Munot, Student, M. Pharm Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry Popping in pills on your own, for the simplest reason like a headache is another trend in the health-care system today. While it costs you very less to buy those pills, eventually it can also cost you your life! It is [...] Read more...

Are Research Projects Really Worth of our time?

Are Research Projects Really Worth of our time? Neha R. Sali Final Year, B. Pharm “Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought”- Albert Szent- Gyorgyi. Research is the basis of pharma field. Fortunately, I have been studying in a research-oriented [...] Read more...

The Appsavvy World of Pharma!!!

The Appsavvy World of Pharma!!! Kajal Kabra, M.Pharm Student In today’s sedentary lifestyle which is leading to increase in no. of patients and use of medicines with limited sources for patient counselling, emerges the need to think for the new ways of developing patient safety. The age old proverb used [...] Read more...