Parul Institute of Pharmacy and research has designed conferences every year sponsored by GTU, AICTE & PASM to give a plethora of usable content on a variety of relevant subjects to the students at various levels. It must be beneficial for the researchers to keep up-to-date with the latest changes in technologies happen now a days. As a part of academic conference or symposium, we provide a platform where researchers present and discuss their work and get an important channel for exchange of information between researchers together with academic or scientific journals.

National Conference on “QbD-an essential requirement in Pharmaceutical Industry”

Two days National Conference on “QbD-an essential requirement in Pharmaceutical Industry” was organized by GTU and supported by Parul Institute of Pharmacy, Parul Institute of Pharmacy & Research and Liecester School of Pharmacy, Demont of University, UK on 16th and 17th March-2013.Conference was inaugurated by Dr.Akshai Aggrawal, Vice Chancellor, GTU and Cheif Guest was Mr Ketan R Patel, CMD Troikka Pharma, Ahamadabad. Guest of Honour Mr.K.S.Chhabra, MD, Hindustan Biosynthesis, Baroda. The scientific sessions were delivered by Dr. Jayesh Parmar, Colorcon, India, Dr.Joanne Broadhead, Dr. Walkiria Schlindwein, Professor from De Montfort University, United Kingdom.

National Conference On “Particle Technology With Special Emphasis On Nanotechnology”

Two days National Conference On “Particle Technology with Special Emphasis on Nanotechnology” was organized jointly by Parul Institute of Pharmacy and Research (formerly known as Baroda College of Pharmacy) and Parul Institute of Pharmacy on 22nd – 23rd April 2011 at Parul campus, Limda, Vadodara. Prof. S .P. Vyas, Prof. K.K. Singh, Prof. A. N. Mishra, Prof. R. S. Murthy and Dr.J.N.Verma were invited as eminent speakers and they delivered their talk on various topics including choice on carrier system, targeting antiretroviral drug to HIV reservoirs, pulmonary delivery of siRNA, tumour targeting through nano particles, respectively.