72nd Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Nagpur
72nd Indian Pharmaceutical Congress being hosted by the Indian Hospital Pharmacist Association in association with Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University at Nagpur from 20th January 2023 to 22nd January 2023.The theme of the conference “Access to quality and affordable medical products”
IPC 2023 Offline Registration Form
Early bird registration open from 1st Nov to 15th Dec 2022
(Your abstract will be accepted only if registration is done.)
Student: 3000 INR
Teacher / Member: 5000 INR
Non Member: 6000 INR
Accompanying Person: 3500 INR
Foregin Delegates: 125 USD
1. 50% refund will be made till 31st December 2022. No refund will be given after 1st January 2023.
2. Replacement/transfer of registration will not be entertained.
QR Code Receipt
All registered delegates are hereby informed to keep the receipt of IPC 2022 bearing QR code preserved in their mobile with them. Entry to every event/food court will be on the basis of QR code scanning only.
Last date of scientific poster submission is 25th Dec 2022.
- The area provided for poster presentation will not be more than 0.95 meter (95 cm) wide by 1.2 meter height (120cm).
- The title of the poster should cover the full width of the poster. The title should be brief, informative and written in bold letters. The names of authors address/es should be written below the title in small letters. The name of the presenting author should be underlined.
- The sizes of the letter should be such that a viewer can read it from 2 meter distance. The message should be clear, understandable and self explanatory.
How to Prepare your Paper?
- 1) Pharmaceutical Technology
- 2) Medicinal Chemistry
- 3) Pharmacognosy, Indigenous Drugs, Herbal formulations and Phytochemistry
- 4) Pharmacology and Toxicology, Clinical Research & Pharmacovigilance
- 5) Biopharmaceutics, Pharmacokinetics and Drug Metabolism
- 6) Pharmaceutical Analysis and Quality Assurance
- 7) Biotechnology and Biotherapeutics
- 8) Hospital, Community and Clinical Pharmacy
- 9) Pharmaceutical Education and Professional Pharmacy
- 10) Drug Regulatory Affairs
- 11) Pharmaceutical Management
- 12) Pharmacoeconomics and Pharmacoepidemiology
The abstract of the work proposed to be presented should be prepared and properly pasted in the space provided according to the instructions given below and submitted online on or before 25th December 2022. The abstracts should be submitted only in the prescribed format.
|A) TITLE||Type the complete title of paper in the in the space provided|
|B) AUTHORS & CO-AUTHORS||Name of the presenting author and affiliation (use appropriate abbreviations for institution with city, state, country and code) should be typed in the given space. The presenting author only shall present the paper and the name cannot be changed later. In case of emergencies, at the time of conference the participation of this designated author is prevented; the chair(s) of the conference must be notified immediately.|
Type the Co-Author(s) name(s) only in the space provided. Maximum number of Co-Authors should not be more than three (03).
Do not use titles; i.e. Dr., Ph.D., etc. Only affiliation of presenting author should be mentioned.
Do not mention affiliations of co-authors.
|C) ABSTRACT||Abstract should also be submitted in MS Word Version 6.0/95 or a higher version. The text of the abstract should be typed in Times New Roman using font size of 12 with title in bold. The abstract should not be more than 250 words.|
|Key Words||Not more than five key words to be typed in the space provided|
A two page summary of the work is required in the following sequence :
|TITLE||Without authors name and affiliation|
|INTRODUCTION||Not more than 50 words|
|OBJECTIVE||Not more than 50 words|
|EXPERIMENTAL METHODS :|
|RESULTS AND DISCUSSION||You may include tables, figures and graphs|
|CONCLUSION||Importance of the research findings is required. (Not more than 50 words)|
|BIBLIOGRAPHY||Main references (Not more than 3) should be included.|
|File Size||Not more than 500 KB|
Since the paper is to be coded for evaluation, the authors are requested not to mention any names and address on the summary pages.
Model Summary Template sample copy
Presentation of the scientific paper is restricted to author who has registered for attending 72st IPC, Nagpur and should be an active member of IPA/ IHPA/ APTI/ IPGA/ AIDCOC.
The presenting author should be final year student of Bachelor of Pharmacy, 4th year student of Pharm. D. (Regular), students of Pharm.D. (PB), & M. Pharmacy or having above/ equivalent qualification to Bachelor of Pharmacy.
Scientific Services Committee will not entertain any application either for registration for 72st IPC, Nagpur, India or for membership of any organization.
Presenting authors will be notified through their email about the acceptance of their paper for presentation in the 72st IPC, Nagpur and the same will be displayed by 6thJanuary 2023 on the website.
All abstract contributions to the Indian Pharmaceutical Congress will require to go through a rigorous review procedure to maintain the highest scientific quality of the symposium. Submitted abstract and summary must meet the following minimum requirements:
- Significant and original contribution.
- Abstract submitted by the deadline.
- Written in clear English.
- Few syntax/spelling mistakes.
- Sufficient data presented, adequately analyzed and discussed with appropriate conclusions supported by the data.
- Meets format guidelines.
- Contains data (tables, figure, image, or specific numbers in text) to support the data.
Access to quality and affordable medical products
Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University at Nagpur
Indian Pharmaceutical Congress Association
IPCA is the apex body representing the Indian Pharmacists working in various capacities, viz, Community Pharmacists, Hospital Pharmacists, in Industry (in Production, R&D, Quality Assurance, Marketing, Regulatory Affairs) Academics and other disciplines and areas of work.
Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University
The Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University, is one of the premier educational institution of central India. Established since 1923, the premises of University are spread over 373 acers which consist of heritage building, 7 lush green campuses with gardens, enriched biodiversity and spiritual antecende of Tukadoji Maharaj impetus the academic culture within the University. The University firmly believes, and follows prophecy of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj who propounds “Hya Bharat Bandhu-Bhav-Nitya Vasu se, de varchasa de” which means may brotherhood prevail in this country, grants us this blessing. As Nagpur being located in the heart of India and has connectivity with every part of the country, RTMNU ispreferred by students of other states of the country.
For formal learning, the University boasts of 46 Postgraduate Teaching Departments (PGTD) and 3 Constituent Colleges/Institutions, 503 affiliated colleges offering UG, PG, MPhil and PhD courses to more than Four lakh students. All departments have independent buildings which are ICT enabled. Around 8 Science departments are UGC-Special Assistance Program (SAP) and DST_FIST recognized. . The university indulged into academic collaborations with prestigious institutions like IUC-CSR-DAE, New Delhi, Pennsylvania state university, USA, University of Florida, USA, University of Washington, USA to name a few.
Let us conserve the natural resources as an individuals to keep structure and function of ecosystem intact
Let’s expore multidisciplinary nature of environmental studies
Places Discription Distance Chikhaldara Chikhaldara With abundance of natural scenery, exciting wildlife, breathtaking waterfalls and a placid lake, the beauty of Chikhaldara is overwhelming. 230 Panchmari Pachmarhi is a popular tourist retreat. It also has a lot of cave paintings in the forests, some of which have been estimated to be as much as 10,000 years old. 258 Bedaghat It’s a spellbinding experience to see the marble rocks accompany the graceful Narmada river in Bedaghat, Jabalpur. These tall mountains, are known to magically change shapes as you sail along the river. 225
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MARKANDA TEMPLE This 8th Century CE (1200 years old) Temple Complex is called as Mini Khajuraho. 190 GANPATI TEMPLE, ADASA Known as one of the eight Ashta- Vinayaks in Vidarbha. 45 HANUMAN TEMPLE,JAM SAWALI In this hanuman temple the idol is in resting posture which is very rare form. 70 RAM TEMPLE & KALIDAS IDOL, RAMTEK It is believed that Ramtek was the place where Rama rested while he was in exile. This place is also famous for its relation with Great poet Kalidasa 55 GANESH TEKADI, NAGPUR Ganesh Tekdi Mandir is believe to be about 250 years old. Within City DIKSHA BHOOMI, NAGPUR It is a sacred monument of Buddhism at the place. Within City DRAGON PALACE,KAMPTEE The Dragon Palace Temple, the Buddhist temple dedicated to Lord Buddha is located in Kamptee. 15 SHRI SWAMINARAYAN TEMPLE, NAGPUR One of the biggest Lord Swami Narayana Mandir in India 15
TOURISM : NEAR NAGPUR
Places Distance BAPU KUTI, SEWAGRAM 70 ANANDVAN, WARORA 100 JAGDAMBA MANDIR, KORADI 10 AYAPPA MANDIR 02 RENUKA MANDIR, MAHUR 230
LOCAL SIGHT SEEING & WATER PARKS
Places Distance Dwarka Water Park 30 Fun And Food Village 25 Crazy Castle 10 Futala Lake 10 Khindsi Lake 35 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium 25 Maharaj Bagh Zoo 06 Shivtirth 25
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Pench National Park Pench is home to a variety of wild life and more famously for the Royal Bengal Tiger. 80 Tadoba Tiger Reserve A rare jungle jewel amongst India’s leading tiger reserves and national parks. 115 Bor Tiger reserve One of the popular Tiger reserve at Bordharan- Wardha dist. 60 Nagzira wildlife sanctuary It is located between Bhandara and Gondia district of Maharashtra 120 Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary It is spread over Pauni Tahsil of Bhandara districtand Umred, Kuhi and Bhivapur Taluka of Nagpur district 45 Bandhavgarh National Park Bandhavgarh national park in Madhya Pradesh, Central India is counted among most popular tiger reserves of India. 215 Kanha National Park Kanha national park in Madhya Pradesh, Central India is counted among most popular tiger reserves of India. 260
Dr. Amit Maliye, Dr. J. B. Taksande, Mr. Sachin Lohe, Dr. Hemlata Dullar, Dr. U. M. Joshi, Dr. Vinod Thakre, Dr. Madhuri Channawar, Dr. Gouri Dixit, Dr. Surendra Agrawal, Dr. SubashYende, Dr. Shilpa R Gawande, Dr. Md. Tauqueer, Mr. Bandu Kadu, Dr. Shishupal Bodhankar, Mrs. Deepika Kalode, Mr. Shyam Rangari, Ms. Neelakshi Mahakalkar, Mr. Ashish Chaudhary
Dr. Kamlesh J. Wadher, Dr. Lalit Rathi, Dr. Dinesh P. Kawade, Dr. Mangesh Godbole, Dr. Purushottam Gangane, Dr. Gulshan Gurnani, Mrs. Shailu Gurnani, Mr. Kamlesh A. Machewar, Mr. Dinesh Kumar Lende, Mr. Kishor Danao, Dr. Mahendra Gunde, Mrs. Minakshi Lende, Mr. Ashwin Wanjari, Mr. Sanjay Nagdev, Mr. Shivendra Nirgudkar, Mr. Raju Khandelwal, Mr. Vishal Datta, Mr. Shailesh Agrawal
Dr. Veena Belgamwar, Dr. Suhas Sakharkar, Dr. Krishna Gupta, Dr. Damodar Gaupale, Dr. Mitali Bodhankar, Dr. Ramesh L. Sawant, Dr. Shagufta Khan, Dr. Atul Pratapwar, Dr. Gajanan Darwekar, Dr. Sagar Wankhede, Dr. Avinash Tekade, Dr. Manoj Aswar, Dr. Shashikant Bagade, Dr. Ravindra Kale, Dr. Sameer Goyal, Dr. Koshish Gabhane, Dr. Mahesh S. Sahu, Dr. Ashwini Deshpande, Ms. Neha Raut, Ms. Harsha Sonaye