Student Activities

National Service Scheme (NSS)

Mr. Lokesh P. Kothari

Program Officer (P.O.), National Service Scheme (NSS), D-SF-106,

SNJB’s Shriman Sureshdada Jain College of Pharmacy, Chandwad.


National Service Scheme (N.S.S.) is a noble experiment in academic expansion. It includes the spirit of voluntary work among the students & teacher though sustained community interaction. It brings our academic institution closer to society. It shows how to combine Knowledge & Action to achieve results which are desirable for community Development.

On 24th Sep. 1969 and on the occasion of 100th birth year of Mahatma Gandhi, the Government of India came with an innovative program for the overall development of the country with the name National Service Scheme (NSS). India is the country of villages and farmers and according to Gandhi, the past independence development of India was possible only with the development of villages and villagers or farmers. The other important aspect which is the sole of NSS is the special winter camp which is organized on an adopted village with various objectives like development of the villages, exposure of the village and socioeconomic problems of the rural population to the young students of college. Awareness against female foeticide, women empowerment, cleanliness and hygiene, personality development, tree plantation, child education are various projects that can be planned during the period of seven days stay during winter special camp.


The Motto of NSS "Not Me But You", reflects the essence of democratic living and upholds the need for self-less service. NSS helps the student’s development & appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration towards other living beings. The philosophy of the NSS is a good doctrine in this motto, which underlines on the belief that the welfare of an individual is ultimately dependent on the welfare of the society as a whole and therefore, the NSS volunteers shall strive for the well-being of the society.

The main objectives of National Service Scheme (NSS) are:

  1. Understand the community in which they work.
  2. Understand themselves in relation to their community.
  3. Identify the needs and problems of the community and involve them in problem-solving.
  4. Develop among themselves a sense of social and civic responsibility.
  5. Utilize their knowledge in finding practical solutions to individual and community problems.
  6. Develop competence required for group-living and sharing of responsibilities.
  7. Gain skills in mobilizing community participation.
  8. Acquire leadership qualities and democratic attitudes.
  9. Develop capacity to meet emergencies and natural disasters and,
  10. Practice national integration and social harmony.

College Advisory Committee (NSS)

Sr. No.




Dr. C. D. Upasani



Dr. A. S. Mundada



Mr. S. N. Wagh



Mrs. N. S. Baste



Mr. M. S. Mahajan



Dr. S. B. Aher



Shri. Jawaharlalji Abad

Member of N.G.O.


Mr. Lokesh P. Kothari

Secretary &

Program Officer


 NSS Report 2016-17NSS Report 2016-17

 NSS Report 2017-18NSS Report 2017-18

 NSS Report 2018-19NSS Report 2018-19




The Board of Students’ Development undertakes the following prominent activities:
  • Anti-ragging Cell
  • Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil ‘Earn and Learn Scheme
  • Personality Development Scheme
  • Special Guidance Scheme
  • Student-related Seminar/Conferences/Workshops/ Lecture Series/Camps etc.
  • Students’ Safety Insurance Scheme
  • Students’ Council
  • College Magazine Euphoria
  • Annual Prize Distribution
  • Youth Festival


The main objective of the scheme is to develop a student as a multifaceted personality with academic excellence and a commitment to an egalitarian society. This scheme is basically undertaken for the benefit of students coming from the rural areas, economically backward, intelligent, meritorious, needy and financially hard pressed. It inculcates in the student the idea that no work is big or small and develops a work culture with the right aptitude.

Currently, the scheme is undertaken for Undergraduate as well as Post Graduate Programs. As per the directives of SPPU, Pune, college pays 10% whereas remaining 90% of the Total Expenditure on the Scheme paid by the University.

Under this scheme, interested students required to apply in prescribed application form, which is then scrutinized by Student Development Cell. The list of students who have been finally enrolled in the scheme are to be sent to the Director, Board of Students' Development.

The students enrolled under the scheme are given the work that increases their skills in areas of their study, office work, technical work and field work. Office work includes working at the Library or any other office of the institute.

Till date around, Rs. Twenty Six Thousand were expensed on the Scheme for the benefit of the students.



This is a scheme introduced by the University to develop the confidence and to improve personality of students who come from the rural areas and are deprived sections of society. Initially, the scheme is only for Lady students but now it is for all the students. The main objective of this scheme is to develop a critical mind, self-confidence and a commitment to society. The lady students are given training in health, law, and social activities. They are also given training in self-employment and all possible other activities that enhance social confidence. This scheme is open to all regular students.

Financial assistance of Rs.10, 000/- is given for the same by the University.






Dr. Chandrashekhar D. Upasani



Mr. Rakesh A. Khandare

Student Development Officer (S. D. O.)


Mr. Lokesh P. Kothari

Programme Officer: National Service Scheme


Dr. Hemant H. Gangurde

I/c Director of Sports and Physical education


Students nominated by the Principal from each class on the basis of academic merit



Ms. Yogita S. Shinde

Student: Academic Merit Final Year



Ms.Purva R. Dagade

Student: Academic Merit Third Year



Ms. Mayuri S. Sathe

Student: Academic Merit Second Year


Students nominated by the Principal on the basis of outstanding performance in the following



Mr. Suraj R Pagar




Ms. Swati V Pangavhane

National Service Scheme



Mr. Ajay L Chhajed

Cultural activities


Two Girl Students nominated by the Principal



Ms. Bharti R. Wagh

Student Third Year B. Pharm.



Ms. Prajakta R. Mahale

Student Final Year B. Pharm.

BSD REPORT16-17 BSD Report 16-17

BSD REPORT 17-18 BSD Report 17-18

BSD REPORT 18-19 BSD Report 18-19

SWO Letter SWO Letter





Ethics is defined as ‘code of moral principles’. It emphasizes on the determination of right or wrong while doing one’s duty.

Code of Pharmaceutical Ethics as formulated by Pharmacy Council of India which are meant to guide the pharmacist as to how he should conduct himself (or herself), in relation to himself (or herself), his / her patrons (owner of the pharmacy), general public, co-professionals etc. and patients.


Profession of Pharmacy is a noble profession as it is indirectly healing the persons to get well with the help of medical practitioners and other co-professionals. Government has restricted the practice of Pharmacy to only Profession Pharmacists i.e registered Pharmacist under the Pharmacy Act 1948. PCI framed the following ethics for Indian Pharmacists, which may be categorized under the following headings:

  1. Pharmacist in relation to his job.
  2. Pharmacist in relation to his trade.
  3. Pharmacist in relation to medical profession.
  4. Pharmacist in relation to his profession.


Pharmacist in relation to his job

A pharmacist should keep the following things in relation to his job.

(i)Pharmaceutical services

Pharmacy premises (medicine shops) should b e registered. Emergency medicines and common medicines should be supplied to the patients without any delay.

(ii)Conduct of the Pharmacy

Error of accidental contamination in the preparation, dispensing and supply of medicines should be checked in a pharmacy.

(iii)Handling of Prescription

A pharmacist should receive a prescription without any comment on it that may cause anxiety to the patient. No part of the prescription should be changed without the consent of the prescriber. In case of changing the prescription should be referred back to the prescriber.

(iv)Handling of drugs

A prescription should always be dispensed correctly and carefully with standard quality drug or excipients. Drugs that have abusive potential should not be supplied to any one.

(v)Apprentice Pharmacist

Experienced pharmacists should provide all the facilities for practical training of the apprentice pharmacists. Until and unless the apprentice proves himself or herself certificate should not be granted to him / her.


Pharmacist in relation to his trade

Following are the provisions which pharmacist should keep in mind while dealing with his trade:

(i)Price structure

The prices charged should be fair keeping with the quality, quantity and labour or skill required.

(ii)Fair trade practice

Fair practice should be adopted by a pharmacist in the trade without any attempt to capture other pharmacist’s business.

If a customer brings a prescription (by mistake) which should be genuinely by some other pharmacy the pharmacist should refuse to accept the prescription.

Imitation of copying of the labels, trade marks and other signs or symbols of other pharmacy should not be done.

(iii)Purchase of drugs

Pharmacists should buy drugs from genuine and reputable sources.

(iv)Advertising and Displays

The sale of medicines or medical appliances or display of materials in undignified style on the premises, in the press or elsewhere are prohibited.


Pharmacist in relation to medical profession

Following are the code of ethics of a pharmacist in relation to medical profession:

(i)Limitation of professional activity

The professional activity of the medical practitioner as well as the pharmacists should be confined to their own field only.

Medical practitioners should not possess drugs stores and pharmacists should not diagnose diseases and prescribe remedies.

A pharmacist may, however, can deliver first aid to the victim incase of accident or emergency.

(ii)Cladenstine arrangement

A pharmacist should not enter into a secret arrangement or contract with a physician by offering him any commission or any advantages.

(iii)Liasion with public.

A pharmacist should always maintain proper link between physicians and people. He should advise the physicians on pharmaceutical matters and should educate the people regarding heath and hygiene. The pharmacist should be keep himself / herself up-to-date with pharmaceutical knowledge from various journals or publications.

Any information acquired by a pharmacist during his professional activities should not be disclosed to any third party until and unless required to do so by law.

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