Association of Pharmaceutical Teachers of India,
established in 1966, by the leading personalities like
Prof. M. L. Schroff, Prof G.P. Srivastava and others
of pharmacy colleges of those days is an organization whose
heart beats for the pharmacy profession. Earlier teachers' aims
were to do the best for their own students; Later, all the teachers
came under the umbrella of APTI; where the teacher's contribution
could be utilised both at micro levels with multi dimensional
professionalism. Teachers now not only give class room instructions
but also become educators in the true sense by being counselors,
motivators, guides, researchers, advisors, consultants to Pharma
Companies, etc, so as to create quality pharmacists of technological
The Association with its publications is a good sounding board
for bouncing avantGarde ideas of the members in the academic
field. These can be newer teaching methodologies, fabrication
of tools, Computer Aided Drug Design (CADD) and other computer
applications, industry-academic interaction, academia-hospital
interaction, etc. We are proud of the fact that many of the
goals have already been reached but still more are to be achieved.
The effort of the association has been highly appreciated.
Continuing education programmes for teachers.
Conducting distance education programmes.
Publication of books.
MoU with various universities at home
and abroad for research/teaching exchange programmes.
MoU with industry, distributors and hospitals
for effective community health programmes
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