| 1. OBJECTIVE|
To recognize a Pharmacist ofIndian origin for his/her outstanding contributions towards the advancement of pharmaceutical profession covering any of the fields of pharmacy namely:
a) Pharmaceutical Education.
b) Pharmaceutical Research
c) Industrial Pharmacy
d) Community and Retail Pharmacy
e) Regulatory Affairs
f) Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy
g) Any other area connected with Health Care Program
2. CRITERIA FOR SELECTION
Major merit considerations based on which the recommended candidates/nominees could be rated for the recognition and receiving award are given here:
2.1 PHARMACY EDUCATION :
a) Outstanding contribution towards the advancement of Pharmacy Education.
b) Leadership role in curriculum development of the Pharmacy Education Program.
c) Sharing of expertise and involvement in programs dealing with professional growth like continuing education and career development.
d) Promotion of Industry – Academic Interaction.
2.2 PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH :
a) Innovations and substantial improvements made in connection with the development of a New Drug/New Drug Delivery System having marketing potential or technological/quality improvement of an existing drug or its dosage form or its delivery system.
b) Publication of research articles in recognized journals.
c) Continuous involvement in development of drugs and medicinal products.
2.3 INDUSTRIAL PHARMACY :
a) Outstanding contribution in management and development of Pharmaceutical industry.
b) Technological improvements and involvement in development of drugs and medicinal products.
c) Involvement in process development leading to economic production of quality and effective medicines.
d) Active participation in the Quality Assurance Program and GMP related activities.
e) Involvement in development of regulatory standards of drug and medicinal products.
f) Active participation in development of newer analytical methods and/or analytical instruments.
2.4 COMMUNITY & RETAIL PHARMACY :
a) Involvement in improving health care delivery systems and contributions towards the improvement of distribution/dispensing system through sound business and management practices.
b) Involvement in delivering pharmacy services to the community at grass root levels.
c) Participation in continuing education programs for the improvement of pharmacy practices and services.
2.5 REGULATORY AFFAIRS :
a) Involvement in development of regulatory standards of drugs and medicines.
b) Active role in enforcement of laws relating to manufacture and distribution of drugs and medicinal products.
c) Outstanding contribution towards the healthcare/socio-economic programs of community, raising the level of literacy on matters concerning drug abuse, nutrition and environmental programs and in areas of current social/health interest.
2.6 HOSPITAL AND CLINICAL PHARMACY :
a) Notable contributions towards the improvement of hospital/clinical pharmacy.
b) Promotion of interaction between medicos, pharmacists, nursing staff and patients.
c) Active participation in Family planning programs organised by National/International institutions.
2.7 ANY OTHER AREA CONNECTED WITH HEALTH CARE PROGRAM :
a) Outstanding achievement in the development of medical sciences,medical appliances, and such other areas related to the improvement in public health.
b) Outstanding contributions towards the health care program conducted by recognised organisation / institution/ recognised authorities.
3. The proposer is requested to provide following information regarding nominated candidates.
A bio-data of the nominee may be attached to cover minimum required information to be presented to the Selection Committee.
Annexure I gives guidelines for nominating a candidate for this prestigious award.
The recommended candidate/nominee should have/be :- (Provide Details)
1. Basic Qualification a) Degree in Pharmacy/Pharma Tech.
2. Minimum of 20 years experience in selected field.
3. Achievements in advance sciences/administration.
4. Member Indian Pharmaceutical Association of good standing for at least 20 years.
5. Services rendered on the Executive Council of IPA Centre or any of its branche in the
capacity as :a) President b) Hon. Secretary/Editor of official publication(s) of IPA. c)
Executive Council Member.
6. Received recognition from any other professional association including industry/trade
7. Received recognition from any international/national government authorities or
prestigious institutions by way of award or membership on their constituted
8. Performed/Participated in growth/improvement of any of the field of pharmacy, and
shown creditable leadership in the chosen field.
9. Received recognition for outstanding achievements in social welfare from national /
10. Any notable achievement(s) for which the person is nominated for the award.
IPA Office (Centre) may be approached to obtain required information, if not available with the proposer.
4. Selection Committee
4.1 The President with the approval of the CEC shall constitute a Selection Committee
consisting of five (5) members, which shall include President, two Eminent
Pharmacists and two senior members of CEC.
4.2 The term of the Selection Committee will be for two years from April 2004.
4.3 The Hon. Gen. Secretary of IPA shall be the Member Secretary and shall assist the
Chairman and the Selection Committee in organizing and performing his/her duties.
5. The Eminent Pharmacist Award shall include
The Scroll/ Citation & Rs 25,000/- Cash
The Eminent Pharmacist Award shall be presented to the Awardee at the inaugural function of IPC normally held in December. In case where an Awardee is unable to attend the function, the Award shall be given to the Awardee at an appropriate function organized by IPA.
Please forward the nomination of an eligible candidate in the prescribed format on or before 20th January 2022
Recipients of Eminent Pharmacist Awards
|2020||Dr. Subhash Mandal|
|2019||Dr. K.P.R. Chowdary|
|2018||Dr. M.K. Raina|
|2017||Dr. R.N. Gupta|
|2016||Dr. T.V. Narayana|
|2014||Mr. Pankaj Patel|
|2013||Dr. Rao V.S.V. Vadlamudi|
|2012||Dr. B. Suresh|
|2011||Prof. V.B. Desai|
|2010||Dr. Prem Kumar Gupta|
|2008||Prof. K. Chinnaswamy|
|2007||Dr. D. B. A. Narayana|
|2006||C. Gopalakrishna Murty|
|2005||Dr. P.M. Naik|
|2004||Dr. H. P. Tipnis|
|2003||Mr. Devinder Pal|
|2002||Dr. C. L. Kaul|
|2001||Prof. C. K. Kokate|
|2000||Mr. P.D. Sheth|
|1999||Prof. Harkishan Singh|
|1997||Prof. Premchand Dandiya|
|1996||Dr. Parvinder Singh|
|1995||Dr. J.N. Benerjee|
|1994||Shri Ramanbhai B. Patel|
|1993||Shri A.V. Mody|