EVENTS

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY

March 8, 2020

KMP College Of Pharmacy

The International Women’s Day (IWD) 2020 is being observed on 08 March, 2020. The theme for this year is “I am Generation Equality: Realizing Women’s Rights” The Government under the aegis of Ministry of Women and Child Development has proposed to observe the Day throughout the country alongwith a media and publicity campaign from 01 March to 07 March, 2020, in the run-up to the main event on 8 March, 2020.

International Women’s Day (IWD), celebrated every year on 8th March is a significance of social, economic, cultural and political accomplishment of women. The day also implies an act of accelerate gender uniformity. KMP College of Pharmacy celebrated IWD on 6th March, 2020 as a part of which different games, activities and a motivational lecture was organized for increasing motivation and confidence of female students as well as faculty members.

CORONA AWARENESS PROGRAMME

March 10, 2020

9:30 am

KMP College Of Pharmacy

Based on directions from the state education department, District Education Officers and University heads to colleges to reduce the risk of Coronavirus, KMP college of pharmacy have conducted awareness classes for the students regarding the pandemic and steps to be taken to be safe. This programme conducted on 10.03.2020 at 9.30 am.

The preventive measures including washing hands frequently with soap, respiratory etiquette like using hand kerchief over mouth while coughing/ sneezing, use of tissue paper or using the sleeve of shirt covering the upper arm were discussed. The students were instructed not to attend college if one is sick and to avoid public gatherings, which will not only help in preventing or reducing transmission of the virus, but also other communicable diseases, notably flu like illness.

Advisory measures like avoiding close contact with anyone with cold, cough or flu like symptoms were given and strictly advised to consult a doctor in case of cough, fever or difficulty in breathing.

Pamphlets, containing related information for common public in nearby areas and hand sanitizers were distributed as required, and attempts were made to aware them of the basic precautionary measures to be undertaken to avoid its infection and spread. Instead of panicking, the people were encouraged to wash their hands regularly, avoid gatherings and maintain at least 1 meter distance during interaction.

CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION

December 21, 2019

KMP College Of Pharmacy

Christmas is the season of joy, holiday greetings exchanged, gift-giving, and families getting united. The Christmas celebrations took place in the college campus on 21st December 2019.
The college was beautifully decorated. The students sang melodious carols and danced beautifully to wish their teachers and classmates.
The significance of the festival was explained to the students through the Christmas story.
To inculcate the spirit of sharing the students distributed a small Christmas gift. The staff and students were completely spellbound with the Christmas gratification and the day was called off with a hearty lunch.

ANTI-NARCOTICS CLUB

December 18, 2019

10:00 am

KMP College Of Pharmacy

On 18 December 2019 at time 10am, a memorable inauguration event of the Anti-Narcotics club was organized by the KMP College of Pharmacy. This event was 2 hours long and was held in the Conference hall of KMPCP. In this event, students and faculty of various departments took part. After that, under the supervision of the police, awareness was created in Asamaoor area and logs were distributed.

he main objectives are Empower students to make informed decisions related to use of alcohol and other drugs.  Emphasize an awareness of choice, personal responsibility, and understanding of consequencesØ in deciding to use alcohol and other drugs.  Encourage the campus community to prevent alcohol and drug-related incidents.

WORLD AIDS DAY

December 1, 2019

KMP College Of Pharmacy

World Aids Day observed annually on December 1st, dedicated to raising awareness of AIDS caused by the spread of HIV infection. Government and health officials observe the day, often with speeches or forums on the AIDS topics. As a part of the campaign to prevent the increasing number of HIV-positive adults and children, an awareness programme on AIDS was organised by  by KMP College of Pharmacy. its objectives and strengthening of RRC unit through a power-point presentation & Life Skill promotion and also has shown some jingles and photographs. More than sixty students including B.Pharm &D.Pharm actively participated in the Programme.

WORLD PHARMACIST DAY CELEBRATION

September 25, 2019

KMP College Of Pharmacy

KMP College of Pharmacy celebrated WORLD PHARMACIST DAY on 25.09.2019 (Time:11am). The purpose of the celebration was to understand and celebrate the role of Pharmacist’s in our society. On this day all the services offered by Pharmacist were recognised and valued.

As the part of the celebration following activities were conducted:

  • Oath taking ceremony by Qualified Pharmacist(Faculty) and budding Pharmacist(students).
  • A tour on Dosage forms signifying physiological effects of some common over the counter medications.
  • Students from B.Pharmacy& D. Pharmacy attended the program. The total number of students present were 65.

INAUGURATION DAY

September 16, 2019

KMP College Of Pharmacy

The Inauguration of the  First Batch of  B. Pharm & D.Pharm was conducted on 16th September 2019.Inaugural address was delivered by Sri.Adv.Eldhose Kunnapilly (MLA Perumbavoor.). The event was presided  over by Principal ,KMP College of Pharmacy Dr.J.Nandhakumar who gave the Presidential Address. Mr. Paulson Peeter,(Registrar KMP Campus ) welcomed all new students with their parents, , Sri.N.M Salim  President (Asamanoor  Grama Panchayath) delivered the Key Note Address, Mrs P.U Shereena (Treasurer,Indira Gandhi memorial Trust) delivered the Special address .Mr. Anish P.S (Academic counselor ,KMP Campus )gave a vote of thanks to the efforts that went behind the event, and all those who graced the occasion.