Mangaluru: 100% results in MPharm, PharmD from Srinivas College of Pharmacy

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Mangaluru, Dec 17: Students of Srinivas College of Pharmacy, Valachil, have achieved 100% pass results with distinction marks in the I MPharm (II &IV Sem) and PharmD university examinations conducted by Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bengaluru in November 2022.

All 15 students of II MPharm pharmaceutics department secured distinctions. In the pharmacology department, all 14 students secured distinctions. In the industrial pharmacy department, all 3 students secured distinction.

The toppers in the above examination are Pratheeksha, Ayesha Nazeer and Prathiksha (Pharmacology, 98%), Sharvani (Pharmaceutics, 97.6%) and Athira K (Industrial Pharmacy 96%). I MPharm Vindhya V S (Pharmaceutics 79.6), B M Thejaswini (Pharmacology 83.6%) and Anusha (Industrial Pharmacy 77.5%). I PharmD 80% (10 distinction and 14 first class, Topper Aishwarya shet secured 85.3%), II PharmD 96.5% (18 distinction and 10 first class, Topper Sandra Marry Cherian 89.2%), III PharmD 92.6 (17 distinction and 8 first class, Topper Arunajali A 84.5%). IV PharmD 100%, (20 distinction, 7 first class) Topper Amrutha Ajith 85.2%. V Pharm D 100% (23 distinction, 6 first class) Sanjay Kumar H K 90.2%.

The management, principal and faculty members congratulated the successful students.




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