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The institute is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi Technical Institute, Bhopal. All D. Pharm., B. Pharm. and M. Pharm. courses are approved from affiliating University, AICTE and PCI. The M. Pharm. course in Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry is accreditated from National Board of Accreditation (NBA)-AICTE, New Delhi. The B. Pharm. course got reaccreditated twice from NBA. Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (DSIR)-Govt. of India conferred the status of Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (SIRO) to the institute. The institute is also Centre for Relevance and Excellence (CORE) from Technology Information, Forecasting and Assessment Council (TIFAC), New Delhi.
TIFAC (Technology Information, Forecasting & Assessment Council, Dept of Science & Technology, GOI) under its Mission REACH (Relevance & Excellence in Achieving new heights in educational institutions) of Technology Vision 2020 has established a CORE (Center of Relevance & Excellence) in BRNCOP institution. TIFAC-CORE in Green Pharmacy: Recognizing the need for quality manpower and therefore, quality higher education for transformation of the country from a developing one to a developed one, a mission embedded in Technology Vision 2020 was launched by Technology Information, Forecasting & Assessment Council (TIFAC) on October 4, 2000. First ever concerted effort in the area of higher education, the Mission REACH (Relevance & Excellence in achieving new heights in educational institutions), has endeavored to put in place, a structured mechanism that can produce world-class manpower of high relevance to Indian industries/ organizations. The Mission aims to create a constellation of world-class Centers targeting excellence in areas of relevance to Indian industries and in turn, the society. Our one of the institute has been approved by the Mission as a Centre of Relevance and Excellence (CORE) and the COREs created by Mission are luminous examples of real working industry- academia linkage, a concept which the country has been thirsting for.
Developing countries, particularly the BRIC, are striving to transform their economies from resource (or low-technology) base to high-technology base. This transformation is guided by their desire of making the economies less dependent on natural-resources and other growth inhibiting factors. To make this happen, these countries need to integrate the multifaceted aspects fundamental to high-technology growth.
The key driver of high-technology growth is knowledge, wherein wealth is created through development of innovative products. Academia being the main generator of the knowledge and the manpower, need to work in tandem with the industry, which puts the knowledge as well as to use the manpower. In knowledge based economies the industry engine runs on academic fuel, ultimately leading to happier and healthier societies.
As of now, academia and industry linkage is quite poor in our country. Henceforth, industry is often required to look towards developed countries for the technology; likewise, highly skilled manpower often opts migrating to knowledge economies for better rewards. This scenario is creating huge imbalance and, money and manpower loss. The reasons why linkage could not develop, mainly attribute to – poor work culture in majority of educational institutions, meager or no incentives for carrying-out consultancy/ research, lethargy and non-accountability, and academic red-tapism. The result – country is paying huge price for its graduates, lacking employability and academic researches remains in the thesis. At one hand our companies pay royalties to foreigners, and at the other, our institutions are starving for funds. The silver lining is – the education has arrived to private sector; where, it’s not only catching the interest of industrial houses, it’s in itself getting converted to an industry.
To fulfill this need of hour, the present survey was conducted in pharmaceutical academic institutions, industries and research organizations. The survey puts light on industrial needs, and accordingly, shows the way to improve the academic contents and delivery methods. The survey was also aimed at developing a database-cum-platform for showcasing research strengths and needs; and hence, catalyst the linkages between the two otherwise distant cousins.
Privatization and liberalization, and now perhaps the globalization, of the higher education and are paving the way to Academia-Industry partnership. Also, because of emergence of India as Global R&D and Production hub, this partnership has become much more imperative then it was ever before. Henceforth it’s the high time now that Academia-Industry Partnership is translated from a slogan to the reality .
The institute is committed to massive academia-industry interaction so that all the knowledge generated/ imparted in the institute is put to use. In this context it is First Pharmacy Institution in the entire Central India to having been accorded with the status of SIRO (Scientific and Industrial Research Organization) by the Department of Scientific and Industrial, Ministry of Science & Technology, GOI. For its Technopreneurship program, which as aimed at commercialization of innovative ideas under Dept of Scientific & Industrial Research, GOI, the recognition has basically come because of the research and industry collaboration initiatives taken up by the institution.