Rajarshi Shahu college of Pharmacy , Buldhana organized “ Pharmaceutical Waste Management Awareness Drive” on the occasion of International Pharmacy Week and Antibiotic Awareness Week for various schools of Buldana. Our respected principal Dr. Shirish jain were inspired NSS volunteers to arrange such activity for society. For this drive NSS unit of RSCP took initiative to deliver presentation in front of students and demonstrate them how we can be able to manage the pharmaceutical waste at our home. Before delivering lectures volunteers were trained properly by Dr. Shailesh Kewatkar regarding this issue.
In this drive, schools such as Bharat Vidhyalay, Aided High school, Mahatma Phule High School, Podar School, Sharada Dnyanpith, S.C. residential school, Kolwad, Sahakar Vidhya Mandir, Prabodhan High School ,Shivshahi School, Shri Shivaji School, Cambridge School and Sarswati School were requested to allow our students to deliver talk on this issue. It was observed that this was very crucial issue in society but unknowingly everyone was neglecting this issue in day-to-day life. Our students went to these various schools and given PPT presentation and Demonstration in front of Students and teachers at these schools. It was glad to be heard positive feedback from all these audience of this activity that they inculcated these good habits in their day-to-day life of proper pharmaceutical waste management. Students of school who attained this awareness drive, they were also promised to our volunteers that they will help us to pass this massage in society. It was very eye-opening awareness drive for society and this was part to work over vision of our college that our students were explored themselves as ethical pharmacy professionals to accomplish the healthcare needs of the society. For successful conduction of this awareness drive Prof. Rohit Salkute(NSS Program Officer), Prof. Mangesh Deokar(NSS co-Program Officer) and prf. Snehal Deshmane(Ladies Program Officer) were guided NSS volunteers for this drive and all NSS volunteers worked hard to make this drive successful.