Rural Immersion Programme
The students of First Year B. Pharm. and M. Pharm. courses were introduced to the village culture and lifestyle via the Rural Immersion Programme conducted in the village of Morewadi (Mutha) Tal. Mulshi Dist. Pune from 10th to 12th January 2019 and was Co-ordinated by Prof. Ranjit V. Gadhave. Over a period of 3 days, the students stayed with the villagers and got to know about the culture and lifestyle of the villagers. Our students performed awareness rallies and street play and addressed many serious issues like HIV/AIDS, family planning, corruption, saving the girl child, cleanliness, women health & hygiene etc. Students conducted activities for school children and visited school for children with special needs.
To know the Rural Life Style and Economy.
To minimize, the gap between Bharat and India.
To introduce students with the Rural Opportunity.
To know the real problems in society and to improve the spirituality and emotional quotient of students.
To promote social responsibility among the students and develop them as a responsible citizen of India.
This Programme brought students closer to the real spirit of our country i.e. true Indian culture and values of life.
Programme helped in understanding and absorbing the village culture and imbibing the importance of its simplicity and values of life in the minds of students.
Students understood the administrative and political hierarchy of the village.
Students examined the economic aspects of villagers such as income generation, skill developments and innovative methods of farming.
Students realized/understood social issues prevalent in society such as HIV/AIDS, family planning, corruption, saving the girl child, women health & hygiene and child development, application of technology for streamline rural resources.
Students understood the causes, preventive measures, remedies and needs of the special children.
25th September World Pharmacist’s Day celebration
MIT-WPU school pharmacy, Pune has organized a rally and street play on the occasion of world’s pharmacist day i.e. 25th September 2018. “Pharmacists: Your medicines experts” is the theme of this year’s World Pharmacists Day. Through this campaign, our students created awareness about extensive expertise that pharmacists have and put to use every day to ensure better patient health. This expertise is applied through science and research, through educating the next generation, and through transforming patient needs into services. Our students performed street paly on the paud road and near to societies around the MIT campus and educated public about possible health hazardous online pharmacy through a street play. Dr. B.S.Kuchekar, Dean, school of pharmacy inaugurated really and addressed students about importance pharmacy profession.
Guest Lectures & Seminars
Eminent personalities from Industries and Academia are invited for Guest Lectures & Seminars in order to keep the students abreast with latest knowledge and developments in the pharmaceutical field.
1.Mrs. Manjiri Joshi, Scifirmix HR team, guided on Pharmacovigilance and career opportunity for Pharmacist on 19th July 2018.
2. Dr. Sanjay Deshmukh, Sqn Ldr Maharashtra Battalion 3 addressed on Development of Quality Man Power for industry and other sectors on 10th July 2018.
3. Prof. Prajakta Joshi, NEN Faculty Leader, and Chief Operating Officer presented Enterpreuwnership-My Journey on 2nd August 2018
4. Madhu Jagdeesh, Peace Faculty, Dr.V.D.Karad, MIT-WPU, Pune gave a Peace Lecture on 11th August 2018.
5. Mr. Pratapsingh Pardeshi, Peace Faculty, Dr.V.D.Karad, MIT-WPU, Pune gave a Peace Lecture on 11th August 2018.
6. Mr.Vijay Shivpuje, Director, Patlex Business Solution, Latur created awareness through Patents in Pharmaceutical Industry and Intellectual Property Talent Search examination (IPTSE) on 23rd August 2018 and 8/2/2019.
7. Mr. Abhijeet Kulkarni guided the students about study abroad on 15th January 2019.
8. Mr. Kiran Auti, Dy Sales Manager West Zone, Serdia Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai addressed on Recent Advances in Pharmaceutical Industry on 6th March 2019.
9. Mr. Somdatta Choudhari, PES’s Modern Education College of Pharmacy, Pune explained Computer-Aided Drug Design on 01/04/2019.
Special guidance for GPAT Examination: All the faculty members are actively involved in conducting additional lectures series for the students who are appearing for GATE Examination.
Special Guidance for GRE / TOEFL / IELTS: In order to go for higher studies, abroad special guidance is given to the students for said competitive examinations.
National Cadet Corps
National Cadet Corps” is considered to be the second line of defense for the country. On MIT campus, the activity of NCC was started in the year of 1995.Youthful, energetic, sincere & patriotic boys & girls come together and work as NCC cadets, with the motto, “Unity & Discipline”. NCC helps a great deal in shaping up the overall personality of these young men & women, who would be the responsible citizens of tomorrow & in whom lies the future of the country.
Journal Club comparise of faculty members, M.Pharm, Final year and Third year B.Pharm. students. Journal club has been created as platform for the interaction of faculty members as well as students for exchange of current trends and knowledge in pharmaceutical sciences. Faculty members and students are encouraged to share and discuss their views of research activities. A culture of research is promoted by journal club of the college.
Interface… biennial college magazine and wall magazine
Provide the students an excellent opportunity to nurture their hidden talents and to represent the literary skills as well as technical knowledge. “INTERFACE” is the platform for – “The Pharmacists”, to express ideas, views, talent, emotions, knowledge as well as to be creative and interactive, in not only the field of pharmacy, but art, literature and also depicts our culture. Wall Magazine is divided in to various sections viz. ‘Its my day’ (display birth dates of students and staff), ‘Don’t laugh’ (jokes), ‘Shining India’ (information about India), ‘Illusions’, Cartoons, Paintings, Research Article etc
Anti-Ragging and Counseling Cell
As per Maharashtra Prohibition of Ragging Act 1999 which is in effect from 15th May 1999 and as per the directives of University of Pune, All India Council Of Technical Education, Ragging has been strictly prohibited in the college. College has anti-ragging and counseling cell to promote a culture of discipline and protective environment for the students for their personal as well as academic development.
Sports played with dedicated team spirit and sportsmanship is best way to relax and distress hectic academic schedule. MAEER’s Maharashtra Institute of Pharmacy Pune, believes in developing these qualities in students along with bright academics. “Healthy Mind Lies In Healthy Body” sport is best exercise to keep the body healthy. It has been rightly said Physical fitness and wellness are one’s richest possessions; they cannot be purchased, they are to be earned through regular exercise and systemic fitness and positive lifestyle habits. For this we have tradition of celebrating “Sports Week” right from the year of inception. Every year this event achieves overwhelming success. It is organized in the last week of December. Sport Committee conducts various sports:Badminton (Single, Doubles, Mixed doubles) Table tennis (Single, Doubles, Mixed doubles), Cricket, Chess, Carrom (Single, Doubles, Mixed doubles), Throw ball, Volley ball, Kabbadi, Foot ball, Basket ball
Pharmacy Students Interaction Club
Provides a platform for students to showcase their talents and help them in building up their personality by organizing various competitive events.
Annual Social Gathering
We do not believe in confining student’s talents to the four walls of classroom. To enable the students to display their creativity and brilliance, Annual Social Gathering is held every year. It is held for three days in the second week of February where students showcase their talents in the form of various cultural activities like Group Dance, Fashion Shows, Dramas, Singing, Mimicry, Flower Decoration, Rangoli, Painting, etc Eminent personalities grace the occasion and felicitate students who have excelled in Academics, Sports and Extracurricular activities. This meet concludes with lunch.