National Conference on “Design and Development of Drug Delivery & Drug Targeting Systems”, organized by the School of Pharmacy, The Neotia Universty in association with “Indian Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists and Technologists”, Kolkata & “Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India”, West Bengal Branch
On 3rd February-2023, we have conducted a National Conference on “Design and Development of Drug Delivery & Drug Targeting Systems”, organized by the School of Pharmacy, The Neotia University in association with “Indian Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists and Technologists”, Jadavpur University, Kolkata & “Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India”, West Bengal Branch at Uday Shankar Multi-purpose Hall (TNU). The inaugural function was graced by Prof. Biswajit Ghosh, Vice-Chancellor, TNU as Chief Guest, Dr. Manish, Registrar as Guest of Honor, Prof. Biswajit Mukherjee (Professor, JU) as Chief Speaker and Prof. Arup Mukherjee (Prof. MAKAUT) as Guest of Honor. Its Begin with lighting lamp and Saraswati Vandana and thereafter felicitation to the invited guests, followed by inauguration of Souvenir-cum-Scientific abstract as well as signing of MoU between The Neotia University and Indian Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists and Technologists were done. The inaugural function was presided by Prof. S. C. Dinda, Dean, School of Pharmacy and continued with address by the guest speakers followed by vote of thanks by Prof. Sibaram Paria, TNU.
Two resource persons from academia such as Prof. Biswajit Mukherjee (Jadavpur University) & Prof. Arup Mukherjee (Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology and two resource persons from industry such as Dr. Anirbandeep Bose, QA Head, TAAB Biostudy Services, Kolkata & Mr. Swapan Deb, Head, R & D, Dey’s Medical Stores Manufacturing Ltd. Delivered their plenary lecture on relevant topics to the theme of the conference. The Scientific sessions were chaired by Prof. B. B. Barik (Brainware University) & Prof. Dr Dhrubo Jyoti Sen (Techno India University).
More than 500 participants (including 430 registered delegates) from different corners of the country including West Bengal, Odisha and Chattish Garh were participated in the conference. 121 scientific/research posters were displayed by the participants, which includes research scholars, student and faculty members. The posters were evaluated and winners of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions under four different subject categories were awarded with certificate with mementoes in the valedictory function and the conference was ended with a cultural program presented by the students of School of Pharmacy, The Neotia University.