also helps the students to enrich the quality of teamwork and unity.
SOME RAPID QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS.
Q. What does TPC and HPCC stands for?
A.TPC - Telangana pharmaceutical committee.
HPCC - Hyderabad pharmaceutical congress committee.
Q. What is HPCC?
A.Hyderabad Pharmaceutical congress committee 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 Pharmacyand Marketing etc. It is also a student body cum Pharmacy committee enthusiastic to upgrade the pharmacy profession to a whole new level specific to Hyderabad city.
Q. What are the goals of HPCC?
A. The mission of the HPCCis to improve public health by,
Q. Does HPCC organize congress?
- Advancing pharmacy practice and pharmaceutical science.
- Responding to global challenges in health, health education and workforce strategies.
- Serving as the global, collective voice of students and recent graduates in pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences.
A.Yes, HPCC will organize a congress yearly.
Q. How to participate in HPCC working groups?
A.You need to download “Interested Member to Work Form” and submit to HPCC contact mail. Your interest to work will be selected based on your abilities, experiences and your interest towards HPCC.
Q. What will I gain in return if I express my new ideas in pharmacy sector in HPCC?
A.“Your ideas will decide your gains”.
Q. Who can become an HPCC member?
A.Membership of the CONGRESS is open to active healthcare individuals engaged in different sectors in field of pharmacy. All members must maintain a permanent healthcare –oriented programmes.
Q. How to become an HPCC member?
A. To become a member, visit the membership dialogue, please contact via HPCC email address.
Q. What are the benefits of membership?
A.Important reason to be a member is to be a part of representing body of HPCC. The real achievements is to be found in inter-member support, networking and exchange of views and understanding the actual priority to be a pharmacist .