LPU once again taking the lead in the field of Pharmaceutical & Applied Medical Sciences, witnessed the launch of Medical Device Adverse Event Monitoring Centre (MDMC) under the Materiovigilance Programme of India (MvPI) at Pharmacy Block.
The inauguration of the center was done by Dr. B. Suresh, Honorable President of PCI, Pro-Chancellor JSS University Mysuru, accompanied by Dr. Monica Gulati (Sr. Dean, LFAMS).
After the successful inauguration of the center at Block 4, the day at Shri Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium started with the welcome of the dignitaries and light lamping ceremony. All the eminent persons of Lovely Professional University starting from Mrs. Rashmi Mittal (Worthy Pro-Chancellor, LPU), Er. H R Singhla (Director General, LPU), Dr. Sanjay Modi (Executive Dean, LPU), Dr. Majumdar (DG Operations), Dr. Dharambudhi (ED Research), and Dr. Monica Gulati (Sr. Dean, LFAMS), showed their presence at the venue and the session was chaired by Dr. B Suresh (Honorable President of PCI, Pro-Chancellor JSS University Mysuru).
The event was kick-started by the warm welcome address presented by Dr. Sanjay Modi (Executive Dean, LPU). He said that 11th Feb was a historic and momentous day not only for LPU but also for all the pharmacy professionals gathered as the man himself, the Honorable President of PCI was amongst us. He also briefed the gathering about the achievements and the awards that have been registered on the name of Dr. B Suresh. He also acknowledged the presence of Shri Inder Singh Chauhan (Executive Member of PCI).
The happy faces showed the interest and enthusiasm of the gathering that was excited to listen to the man himself. An electric current ran through the gathering present as Dr. B Suresh was welcomed on the dais, his presence was acknowledged with a thunderous round of applause. Dr. B Suresh motivated and inspired all the pharmaceutical professionals present, by his words and his exciting stories. He shared his experiences and the future scopes in the field of pharmacy, and also stressed the interdisciplinary collaboration required for the development in the research field. Also promised that in the next 10 years, 40% of medicines will be from biological sources.
Dr. B Suresh ended his interactive session with the pharmacy professionals with a small questionnaire round. Adding to this he appreciated the management, the beauty of the campus, and the discipline of the students. Overwhelmed by the hospitality, Dr. B Suresh promised to provide entire support to the university in future projects and programs.
At last but not the least, Dr. Monica Gulati (Sr. Dean, LFAMS), presented the vote of thanks and thanked all the dignitaries for sparing some time from their busy schedule. She also thanked Dr. B Suresh for the assurance of an exciting, innovative and well-defined future of the students.
Finally, the session concluded with lunch.