Union home minister Amit Shah inaugurates campus of NIPER Ahmedabad in Gandhinagar
NIPER Ahmedabad: Union home minister Amit Shah has inaugurated the permanent campus of the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER), Ahmedabad, in Gujarat in the presence of state chief minister Bhupendra Patel and union health ministerMansukh Mandaviya.
In his discourse on the event, Shah said the NIPERs are laying the base for making the country confident in the drug area by turning into a scaffold associating information, training, examination and business. He said that NIPER, Gandhinagar, which has eight structures on around 60 sections of land, will make fundamental commitments in the field of medication for the country as well as for all the world. ” NIPER Gandhinagar has been positioned among the main 10 drug store establishments of the country since the most recent three years,” he added.
Gandhinagar has fostered a decent foundation and climate for instruction. ” There is a regulation college, Public Legal Science College, Raksha Shakti College, Deen Dayal Petrol College, and today NIPER is likewise beginning here which will imbue another energy to every one of the instructive organizations here,” he added.
NIPERs aims at promoting research
The minister advised the NIPER Gandhinagar administration to become the world’s top institute in education and research in the field of medicine. “Unless India achieves mastery in the field of research, we cannot dominate the field of drug manufacturing in the world,” Shah said. NIPER has been conceived with the objective of creating a centre of education, research, quality and excellence to link it with production and public service.