Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India ( APTI ) and Prime Focus on Pharmacy Practice – A need for the Day

Published on:March 2017
Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice, 2017; 10(1):01
Editorial | doi:10.5530/ijopp.10.1.1

Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India ( APTI ) and Prime Focus on Pharmacy Practice – A need for the Day

Authors and affiliation (s):

Dr. Raman Dang

Secretary-APTI Krupanidhi College of Pharmacy Chikkabellandur Carmelaram Post, Varthur Hobli Bangalore - 560035, Karnataka, India. 


APTI is a body which is always in for the betterment and upliftment of Teaching Profession. The Association has grown with a prime focus on Stability of Teachers Jobs in the Profession. The teachers training Centre of APTI is on the Anvil. Various modules in collaboration with the Universities is on to develop the Teaching Learning Process further. We all are keen to develop and strengthen the scientific base of Teachers. The journals of repute IJPER and IJOPP published by APTI are of high value with Impact Factor. There is a Bulletin to share our professional acclaims and achievements. The conventions held every year in India and Abroad are a forum for teachers to express and exchange their views. In the glittering ceremony awards are given to teachers and they are recognized for their achievements.APTI has lots in store and is working hard to have a cumulative approach for the profession where teachers are the major contributors.

Indian Journal of Pharmacy under the able editorship of Dr. Shobha Rani RH and the new entrant editors Dr. Ramjan and Mrs. Rajeshwari are doing exceptionally well. The Revised team with new responsibilities is listed in the Journal Editorial Team. There is going to be an invited article in every issue. There will be more focus on Pharmacy Practice in India and Abroad. The Journal will also create forum for Scientific exchange and for Job opportunities. There will be live channels for Further studies, Grants and scope around the Globe. Read more. . . 


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