Delivering two inspirational days of business-cum- interaction to pharmaceutical manufacturers, and education and knowledge to regulators, academics, and students of pharmacy, the Tamil Nadu part of the Indian Pharmaceutical Association (TN IPA) is organizing the ‘National Convention of IPA-2017-18’ in Chennai on February 10 and 11.
The event will attract in more than 10,000 individuals from India and abroad. J Jayaseelan, boss organizer of the national tradition said, more than 1,000 world class delegates from industry, regulatory departments, academic institutions and research centers will participate in the scientific programmes which include panel discussions and seminars.
As indicated by him, this is the eighth National Convention of the IPA and Chennai is facilitating it for the second time. The national convention of IPA was begun in the year 2010 in Chennai itself.
While preparing for the impending event, Jayaseelan said, after IPC conventions, IPA National Convention is the biggest pharma event in India organized by a pharmaceutical association.
The topic of the current year’s convention is, ‘Pharma Vision-2030 – Planning the future’.
Jayaseelan said, “This year for Tamil Nadu pharma sector the ‘National Convention of IPA-2017-18’ will be a major milestone as we are organizing it for the second time in Chennai. The focus of the program is for the future development of the whole pharma sector in the country. The event will have the presence of all the state branches of IPA in the country”.
The venue of the current year’s convention is at Crescent Institute of Science and Technology at Vandalur in Chennai. An eight-member group of a local organizing committee (LoC) was formed for leading the mega event.
The scientific programmes include panel discussions on Research and Development manufacturing, regulatory harmonization, medical device, pharmacy practice, pharmacy education, functions of community pharmacies, pharmacovigilance and nourishment and food & nutrition.
For enlistment to attend to the program readers can contact on 09176619072.