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Unveiling NIPER Ahmedabad’s new Website by Secretary DoP
  • 2023-08-05 12:00:00
  • 2024-02-04 13:00:00
  • 12:00 PM
  • NIPER-A, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Unveiling NIPER Ahmedabad’s new Website: A Momentous Launch by the Honorable Secretary, Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers

NIPER Ahmedabad, August 5th, 2023 – A significant step towards enhancing transparency, accessibility, and communication was taken today as the Honorable Secretary of the Department of Pharmaceuticals, Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Government of India, inaugurated the new website for the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER) Ahmedabad.

Addressing the gathering of the Director, Registrar, Dean and the other officials of NIPER Ahmedabad, the Honorable Secretary highlighted the importance of technology in today’s world and its influence on education and research. The hon’ble secretary acknowledged that a well-designed website can be a window to the institution’s accomplishments, ongoing projects, and its contribution to society. The new website for NIPER Ahmedabad has been crafted to not only showcase its achievements but also to foster better engagement between the institution, students, faculty, and the industry. The features of the new website were presented in a concise and engaging manner.

Bilingual Content: The website offers content in Hindi and in English, which helps to broaden the audience by making information accessible larger public and promotes the Rajbhasha.

Research Showcase: The website dedicates a section to highlight the institution’s research contributions, ongoing projects, and collaborations with industry partners, underlining its commitment to innovation. The website hosts a searchable database of research papers. Users can filter and find research papers using parameters like department name, faculty, journal name, and more. This enhances accessibility and organization of research-related information.

Government Guidelines Compliance: The website adheres to the guidelines set for government websites in India. This ensures that the website follows established standards for accessibility, security, and user experience, among other aspects.

Customized Faculty Profiles: Each faculty member has a unique and personalized profile on the website. These profiles highlight their individual research interests, expertise, and achievements. This customization facilitates collaboration among researchers with similar interests and enables potential team members to connect.

Prominent Display of Activities: The website prominently showcases the institute’s activities. This could include events, workshops, seminars, and other initiatives. The modern and lively design of the website makes it appealing to both businesses and younger students, potentially attracting partnerships and new talent.

Intuitive Navigation: The website provides a streamlined navigation system, allowing users to easily find information about courses, faculty, research initiatives, and other vital aspects of the institution.

The inauguration ceremony concluded with the Honorable Secretary formally launching the website by clicking the symbolic ‘Go Live’ button on the screen. Applause filled the room as the website went live, marking the beginning of a new era for NIPER Ahmedabad in the digital landscape.

In his closing remarks, the Director of NIPER Ahmedabad expressed gratitude to the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers, Government of India, for their continuous support and encouragement. “The launch of this website is a testament to our commitment to excellence in education and research. We believe it will become a hub of information and collaboration, further propelling our institution’s reputation on a global scale.”

The event concluded on a note of optimism and excitement, with attendees eager to explore the new website and harness its potential for knowledge dissemination and collaboration. As NIPER Ahmedabad steps confidently into the digital age, it reiterates its dedication to shaping the future of pharmaceutical education and research in India.

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