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Pharmacy in Ahalia

Pharmacy is an integral part of Health care system. Pharmacy professionals ensure safe and effective use of drugs throughout the society whether in hospitals, clinics or community. Pharmacy aims to enhance public awareness for the appropriate use of medicine and discourage misuse. Similarly Pharmacists also play vital roles in pharmaceutical industry to look after production, research and development, quality control, quality assurance, planning, warehouses, regulatory affairs, sales and marketing and many other capacities thereby leading to an improved overall performance and quality.

Ahalia School of Pharmacy provides high competence pharmacy education to its students by utilizing rich resources provided by the college. The B. Pharm curriculum is designed to produce a scientifically and technically competent pharmacist who can apply this education in such a manner so as to provide maximum health care services to patients. Students are provided with the opportunity to gain greater experience in patient’s close and cooperative relationships with health practitioners.

The College has multimedia enabled spacious lecture halls, fully equipped laboratories including laboratory for Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology, Pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Apart from academics Ahalia School of Pharmacy encourages extracurricular activities. We involve active participation of students in such activities including sports, poster competition etc. The principal goal of pharmaceutical care is to achieve positive outcomes from the use of medication that improves patients' quality of life. These outcomes include:

  • Cure of a disease
  • Elimination or reduction of symptoms
  • Arresting or slowing a disease process
  • Prevention of disease
  • Diagnosis of disease
  • Desired alterations in physiological processes, all with minimum risk to patients

Pharmacists are professionals, uniquely prepared and available, committed to public service and to the achievement of this goal

Pharmacists are a vital part of a complete health care system. The number of people requiring health care services has steadily increased, and this trend will likely continue due to: Increases in average life span and the increased incidence of chronic diseases