Academic Planning & Monitoring
The Teaching and Learning process in the institute is planned and monitored by the Academic Committee, which constitutes of Principal, Academic in- charge, Head of the departments and respective class teachers and guardian teachers as well.
As teaching and learning are the key components of the any academic curriculum therefore, we at HRPIPER also strongly emphasize on effective implementation of teaching and learning processes. The academic committee reviews the KBCNMU, Jalgaon curriculum of B. Pharm and M. Pharm programs periodically. HRPIPER has taken several initiatives towards providing state of the art teaching and learning methods to all the students for their overall development through workshops, guest lectures seminars, etc.
The most convenient way is the lecture mode; in this mode our faculty uses the modern audio-visual tools including power-point presentations with LCD for the delivery of the lectures. Moreover, the use of internet clippings, videos and animation modules are also welcome by our faculty to impart effective learning.
Institution arranges extra theory and practical classes for the late admitted students (including lateral entry students) as well as for slow learners. Students follow the practice of use of the study material and question bank with the solution provided by faculties for better performance in the semester and internal examination. We also follow the learner classification based teaching method. Therefore, the institution supports fast learners to involve themselves in varieties of activities viz. research projects, elocution, debate, presentations and workshop, seminars at university (AVISHKAR), state and national level, guidance for various competitive examinations, including GPAT exams, extempore, conferences and industrial visits for enhancing their knowledge to cope up with the recent developments in the pharmacy profession.
As per norms of KBCNMU, Jalgaon, attendance for both theory and practical classes separately is mandatory to appear for sessional as well as university examinations. If the mandatory attendance requirement is not achieved, the student is detained from sessional and KBCNMU examination.
Students of each class have one allotted class teacher and one guardian will be allotted for batch size of twenty students to resolve academic / personal problems. Time table is strictly followed and late entries are not entertained. Prior permission is required for absenteeism.