Welcome to 67th IPC in Mysuru
  Chairman - LOC
Dr. B Suresh
Vice Chancellor
Jss Univeristy
Dr. G.N Singh
Drugs Controller General (India)
New Delhi

Dear Colleagues and Friends,
th The 67th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress, Mysuru invites Practicing Pharmacists, Pharmaceutical Scientists, Academics, Researchers and Pharmaceutical Industry leaders from all over the country to delve in to the issue of working towards the best possible roles which Pharmacists should play to realize the vision of a “Healthy India-Swasth Bharat”.

With the development of specific and potent new drugs, from both synthetics and biologicals, the emphasis of the Pharmacist’s responsibility has moved substantially towards the utilization of scientific knowledge in the proper use of modern medicines and the protection of the public against that are inherent in their use.

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Conference Highlights
About Organizers   About IHPA
Indian Pharmaceutical Congress Association (IPCA) - A federation of five National Pharmaceutical Associations as its constituents - is the apex body representing Indian Pharmacists working in various capacities, viz, Pharmaceutical Industry, Research & Development, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Academics, Drugs Control Departments, Hospitals, Community & Clinical Pharmacy, Marketing etc. Total strength of all 5 federation associations would be more than 25,000 Professionals / Pharmacists as members.  
The Indian Hospital Pharmacists’ Association (IHPA) is the national professional body of Hospital Pharmacists’ engaged in practice of Pharmacy (Private & Public Sector). The IHPA is committed to provide a professional forum for Hospital Pharmacist for securing them their rightful place in the health care system and profession of pharmacy, promote and develop the Practice of Pharmacy, upgrade the knowledge and skill of Hospital Pharmacist promote professional scientific knowledge by publishing journals,...
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About Mysore
One of South India’s most famous tourist destinations, Mysuru (which recently changed its name from Mysore) is known for its glittering royal heritage and magnificent monuments and buildings. Its World Heritage–listed palace may be what brings most travellers here, but it’s also a thriving centre for the production of premium silk, sandalwood and incense. These days ashtanga yoga is another draw card, attracting visitors worldwide with its reputation as one of India’s best places to practice yoga.

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