Aushadh 2k19

Digitalisation: Challenges and opportunities in transforming the Pharma and

Vishnu Institute of Pharmaceutical Education & Research (VIPER) has nowcompleted 11 years of existence and commitment to excellence in Pharmacy Education. VIPER is accredited by NBA, NAAC, recognised by DSIR and only Pharmacy College with both NAAC & NBA accreditation in the state of Telangana.

Life-science industries produce a great deal of complex, noisy and unstructured data. When only descriptive analytics tools are applied, valuable insights are missed. This seminar will explore the use of Artificial Intelligence in a variety of contexts and applications as they address a critical objective to capture the full value of the massive amounts of distributed data that are produced in the pharmaceutical and healthcare-related industries.

We brought together Global Artificial Intelligence, IT and Informatics Experts from leading pharmaceutical and technology companies to give strategic and visionary talks based on use cases throughout the pharmaceutical and Healthcare sector.

Aushadh 2K19 was organised in collaboration with MHRD‘s innovation cell,Govt of India and Indian pharmaceutical association (IPA). Dr.Rao V. S. V. Vadlamudi, President, Common wealth Pharmacists Association (CPA) was the chief guest for the event. He addressed on proper use of mobiles for studying or acquiringb knowledge. He also added to use disruptive technology and pension technology by the faculty to enlighten students with innovative technologies. This type of conferences brings out hidden talents and skills in students.The guest of honour were Dr.Venkat Reddy. He spoke on opportunities in Telangana region for pharmacy students. Srihari Kaninghat was the speaker on the day of event. He delivered lecture on digitalisation and its application in Pharma industries .Another speaker was Dr.D.Lakshmi, Scientific educational officer ,VEDIC. She threw light on different Apps and softwares which can be helpful for students to explore their knowledge and learn new concepts using smart technologies.

The total participants were around 745.Of which, 145 students presented posters and orals from 21 colleges of various states like Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and so on. Cash reward was presented to students who excelled in their presentation (poster and oral).First prize was won by Riya Sharma of Rs.5000/- from G.Pulla reddy college of pharmacy, Second prize was won by Anusha (Gokaraju Rangaraju College of Pharmacy) of Rs.3000/- and third prize woth Rs.1000/-was won by three members named Hemalatha(Swami Vivekananda college of pharmacy), Manya (VIPER) and Abdul Hassan (Suthan -Ul –Uloom College of Pharmacy)

This event was supported by Chemnova, startech labs

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