Shivaraj , Bachelor of Pharmacy [B.Pharm] + Master of Business Administration [MBA], Pursued: 5th year
"Very simple meet principle and then confirmed seat paid fee got admitted its unique price ifounded in this college having an good faculty it's given very good knowledge about courses having very good friends first we have to meet Clark and he gave the challan and paid in Punjab national bank" Read More
It was established in 1980, under the management of Vokkaligara Sangha, a prominent trust committed to imparting quality education. VIPS is approved by All India Council of Technical Education (AICTE), (Ministry of Human Resources, Government of India) and Pharmacy Council of India (PCI). The college is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), Karnataka. The institute is committed to uphold the highest tradition of professional ethics, quality, confidentiality and completing programmes on schedule. The college has well-experienced learned and skilled professors and lecturers spearheaded by the Principal, a dedicated and an efficient professional.
Fact and Figure of Visveswarapura Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences-
Chair person of the University
Dr. D.H Harish Kumar
Why to join Visveswarapura Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences?
Facilities: The College is situated in a serene locality well connected with adequate transport facility to different parts of the city. The college has a well designed building equipped with laboratories, classrooms, and seminar halls. The hostel is adequately equipped with facilities like TV room, Sports Room etc. The rooms available are double seaters adequately furnished and spacious. The hostel also provides mess facility, which suits the taste of all kinds.
Research and development: The current R&D program has started with the implementation of "Young Scientists Program". It is oriented towards highlighting current aspects on Industry and Policy, R&D and Technology, Health care, Natural products, Information Technology, Monitoring Adverse drug reactions, etc. Emphasis to work or collect current data is the first task given to undergraduate pharmacy students