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Dr. D.Y. Patil Homoeopathic Medical College & Research Centre, Pimpri

Opportunities for Start-up and Innovation in Homoeopathic Research” Organized by Start-up & Innovation Cell & Department of Homoeopathic Pharmacy

Thursday, July 29, 2021 |Online |Seminar


A webinar was organized by the Start-up & Innovation Cell & Department of Homoeopathic Pharmacy of Dr. D.Y. Patil Homoeopathic Medical College & Research Centre, Pimpri Pune on 29/07/2021 on the topic “Opportunities for Start-up and Innovation in Homoeopathic Research”. Resource person for the webinar was Dr. Divya Taneja, Research Officer (H)/ Scientist 2, Central Council of Research in Homoeopathy (CCRH), New Delhi.

The webinar commenced with Dr. Parth Aphale, Associate Professor & HOD, Department of Homoeopathic Pharmacy & Co-Ordinator, Start-up & Innovation Cell welcoming the resource person. It was followed by a brief introduction of the speaker by Dr. D.B. Sharma, Principal.

 Dr. Divya Taneja explained in detail to the students and faculty the scope of innovation in homoeopathic research.

She showed a beautiful comparison of the state of research in Homoeopathy 10-15 years ago and the level it has attained in the last 5 years.

She also threw a light on research activities and projects and the innovations that were been carried out by the Central Council of Research in Homoeopathy all over India.

She highlighted the role of CCRH as governing council in research.

She also highlighted the career opportunities for the students at CCRH.

She then explained to the students how a start-up can be generated through research.

She imbibed in the students various brainstorming ideas to be worked upon.

She also highlighted the grey areas of research in Homoeopathy which were still unexplored and motivated the students to undertake research projects in those directions.

She explained in detail the various schemes available for the students and faculty in research by the CCRH and Ministry of AYUSH namely the EMR scheme, STSH Scheme etc.

The session was followed by a Q&A session wherein the speaker answered all the queries raised by the students and faculty.

Total 100 (74 females, 26 males) students and 20 teaching faculty attended the webinar.

Overall, it was a very informative and interactive session wherein the students and faculty got a chance to clear all their doubts regrading scope of innovation and start-up through homoeopathic research and role of CCRH as governing council in homoeopathic research.

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