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Company Name: Priyadarshini College of Pharmacy

Address:
Madhugiri Road, koratagere Town, Tumkur District, Karnataka 572129 India

Tel. No:
91-8138-232250 / 329345 / 233044

Email:
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Website:
http://www.pcpedu.org/


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Priyadarshini College of Pharmacy welcomes you to study in Koratagere where learning is a perfect blend of oriental wisdom and modern technology. This is kind of institution Where a student has something to boost of being a part of it. Priyadarshini college of Pharmacy is the part of Minhas Education Trust that is the brainchild of Mr. P.S. Minhas who himself is a pharmacist and fully dedicated to the development of Competitive & modern pharmacists. He has served as a advisor for the development of various Pharmaceutical Institutions. He is also contributing his experience as the President of Indian Pharmaceutical Association Koratagere branch since 2001 and a member of the various central executive committees like IPA, Association of Pharmaceutical teachers of India; FIP, The Indian society of Pharmacognosy & Indian society for technical education.

 
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New Delhi January 3rd, 2014:
The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Thursday approved the establishment of 58 new medical colleges which will be attached with the existing district or referral hospitals.

The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare proposal that got approved, will lead to established of medical colleges by upgradation of existing district hospital in deficient States with intake capacity of 100 MBBS seats in each medical college. This will result in an increase of about 5,800 seats.

The Central assistance share will be of Rs 8,457.40 crore while, State/UT share of Rs 2,513.70 crore.

Rural water supply 

In another decision, CCEA approved the implementation of the rural water supply and sanitation project for low income States of Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh with World Bank assistance over a period of six years till 2019-20. In a statement, the Government said that this project is expected to directly benefit rural population of about 78 lakh people.

“The total project cost of Rs 6,000 crore will be financed through Government of India [from the National Rural Drinking Water Programme (NRDWP) allocation – 33 per cent], State Government (fund sharing as per NRDWP guidelines – 16 per cent), beneficiary contribution (1 per cent) and external financing (World Bank-IDA funds – 50 per cent),” it said in a statement.

Leather Development Programme

In another decision, the CCEA has approved the Central Sector Scheme Indian Leather Development Programme (ILDP) for implementation during the period of the12th Plan period. The move is aimed at the overall development of the leather sector.

With a total outlay of Rs 990.36 crore, six sub-schemes including Integrated Development of Leather Sector, Human Resource Development (HRD), Support to Artisan and Leather Technology Innovation and Environmental Issues among others are being proposed.

This is in continuation from the 11th Plan period for implementation in the 12th Plan.Business Line

 
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New Delhi December 14, 2013:
In order to streamline and also to make transparent the admission process, the MCI, with the previous approval of the Central Government, notified amendments to its Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 1997 introducing the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET). However, on the directions of the Supreme Court of India, NEET has been discontinued for the current academic year and presently, the matter is sub-judice. 


In case of private unaided medical colleges, the admission and fee structure is decided by the Committee set up by the respective State Governments under the Chairmanship of a retired High Court Judge in pursuance of the directions of the Supreme Court of India. It is for the Committee to decide whether the fee proposed by an Institute is justified and the fee fixed by the Committee is binding on the Institute. The committee is also monitoring the admission process. 

Medical Council of India (MCI) has issued discharge notices to some medical colleges for discharge of students, who did not meet the eligibility criteria as per MCI’s Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 1997. 

In order to streamline and also to make transparent the admission process, the MCI, with the previous approval of the Central Government, notified amendments to its Graduate Medical Education Regulations, 1997 introducing the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET). However, on the directions of the Supreme Court of India, NEET has been discontinued for the current academic year and presently, the matter is sub-judice. 

This was stated by Shri Ghulam Nabi Azad, Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare in a written reply to the Lok Sabha today. CCI Newswire
 
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