The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shoolini University, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Graduate Institute of Natural Products, College of Medicine, Chang Gung University, Taiwan. Prof TL Hwang signed the MoU from Taiwan University and Vice Chancellor Prof PK Khosla signed it from the Shoolini University. Prof Khosla shared the research achievements and the university’s rankings across the globe, including those of seven faculty members who have been placed in the 2 per cent of global list of scientists released by Stanford University. Student exchange at undergraduate, postgraduate and PhD levels and opportunities for future research funding will be available under this memorandum. Faculties from both sides set their goals to perform research-related activities, drug discovery for diseases like osteoporosis, microbial infection, asthma etc.
Pen down strike by HPU staff
Responding to the call by the New Pension Scheme Employee Association, the HPU employees observed a pen down