GRY Institute Of Pharmacy , Borawan

NAAC Accredited B++ grade with CGPA 2.97

Approved by PCI and AICTE,New Delhi, Recognized by DTE , Bhopal ; Affiliated To RGPV ,Bhopal

Best Practices

Best Practice-1

Title of the practice: Student of the Year Award for Outstanding Contributions in Social, Academic, Research, Leadership, and Outreach Activities

Objective of the practice :

The objectives for the "Student of the Year Award for Outstanding Contributions in Social, Academic, Research, Leadership, and Outreach Activities" could include:
Recognizing Academic Excellence:Acknowledge students who have demonstrated exceptional academic achievements in their respective fields of study.
Promoting Social Engagement:Encourage students to actively participate in and contribute to social initiatives, fostering a sense of responsibility and community engagement.
Celebrating Research Excellence: Recognize students who have made noteworthy contributions to research, innovation, and intellectual inquiry, promoting a culture of academic curiosity.
Honoring Leadership Skills: Identify and reward students who have exhibited exemplary leadership qualities, both within academic settings and in extracurricular activities.
Encouraging Outreach Initiatives:Highlight the importance of community outreach by rewarding students who have actively engaged in projects and activities that benefit the broader community.
Fostering Holistic Development: Encourage a holistic approach to education by considering not only academic accomplishments but also a student's impact on social, research, and leadership aspects.
Building a Sense of Community: Strengthen the sense of community within the educational institution by acknowledging and celebrating the diverse talents and contributions of its students.
Encouraging Lifelong Learning: Reinforce the idea that learning extends beyond the classroom, and commend students who actively seek opportunities for growth and development in various domains.
These objectives collectively aim to recognize and reward students who excel not only academically but also in their social, research, leadership, and outreach endeavors, contributing to a well-rounded and socially conscious learning community.

In an era where the role of students extends far beyond the confines of traditional classrooms, our institution is proud to introduce the "Student of the Year Award for Outstanding Contributions in Social, Academic, Research, Leadership, and Outreach Activities." This prestigious accolade aims to celebrate and honor students who embody the spirit of excellence across diverse domains.
Recognizing that academic success is just one facet of a student's journey, this award seeks to acknowledge those individuals who have made significant strides in social engagement, demonstrated a passion for impactful research, showcased exceptional leadership skills, and actively participated in community outreach initiatives. By doing so, we aim to foster a culture of holistic development that goes beyond textbooks and exams.
In an ever-evolving world, where collaboration, innovation, and societal impact are paramount, this award serves as a beacon, inspiring students to not only excel academically but also contribute meaningfully to the broader community. Through this initiative, we aspire to build a vibrant and inclusive educational community that values and celebrates the diverse talents and endeavors of its students.

The selection process for the "Student of the Year Award for Outstanding Contributions in Social, Academic, Research, Leadership, and Outreach Activities" involves a series of rigorous practices aimed at identifying and celebrating students who have excelled in various dimensions of their educational journey. The following practices were adopted to ensure a fair and comprehensive evaluation:
Nomination Process: Students are invited to self-nominate or are nominated by faculty members, peers, or other members of the academic community. The nomination process ensures that a wide range of achievements and contributions are considered.
Documentation of Achievements: Nominees are required to submit a comprehensive portfolio documenting their achievements in social activities, academic pursuits, research endeavors, leadership roles, and outreach initiatives. This documentation serves as a basis for the evaluation process.
Evaluation Committee: An impartial and expert evaluation committee, comprising faculty members and professionals from diverse fields, is formed to assess the nominations. This committee ensures a fair and unbiased evaluation of each nominee's contributions.
These practices collectively contribute to a thorough and transparent selection process, ensuring that the "Student of the Year Award" truly honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions across the spectrum of social, academic, research, leadership, and outreach activities.

Evidence of Success:
The success of the "Student of the Year Award for Outstanding Contributions in Social, Academic, Research, Leadership, and Outreach Activities" is evidenced by several key indicators:
Increased Participation and Nominations: The number of student nominations and self-submissions has seen a significant increase since the inception of the award. This uptick indicates heightened awareness and enthusiasm among students to showcase their diverse contributions.
Diverse Range of Achievements: The award has successfully highlighted a diverse range of achievements among students. Recipients have demonstrated excellence not only in academics but also in social initiatives, research endeavors, leadership roles, and community outreach, showcasing a holistic approach to education.
Positive Impact on Campus Culture: The award has contributed to a positive shift in campus culture by encouraging students to actively engage in various aspects of personal and academic development. The recognition of well-rounded achievements has inspired a sense of pride and motivation among the student body.
Community Engagement and Partnerships: The outreach activities of awarded students have strengthened community engagement and fostered valuable partnerships between the institution and external organizations. This has led to collaborative initiatives that benefit both the students and the broader community.

Problems encountered and resources required:
Balancing Criteria Weightage:
Problem: Challenges in assigning appropriate weightage to different criteria (social, academic, research, leadership, outreach).

Best Practice-2

Purpose: Pharmacist always trusted for of human life


1) To give quality and better life to the society
2) To help students to get better social value and responsibilities.
3) To promote holistic development of society.
4) To strengthen team work among student and encourage participation.

The practice:

1) The students visit nearby villages borawan, utawad, bhangaon, Durgapur, piplai, dharampuri, devla and give social services to community by supplying medicines such as ORS,calcium tablets, cough syrup was given to nearly 500 families also sanitary napkinwere distributed to more than 200 girls and women’s and giving them knowledge and importance of menses hygiene. The students made an awareness camp to above mentioned villages to make the villages free from open defecation, the cleaning of the streets of villages with the help of Local village authorities.
2) As many students are from village background where still women are not considered at par with men and to uplift the women of the society,seminars are given to students on gender equality and sensitization, street play is done by students to spread the message of gender equality and rights of women in the society.
3) The consumption of tobacco is much in the Nimar region among teens, adult and old age,students counseling and sessions on awareness against use of tobacco is conducted and students are asked to share the information about the consequences of tobacco consumption to family members and neighbors.
Health checkup camp is organized every year at nearby villages of kasrawad tehsil like Borawan, Multhan, Lohari, Balkwada, Bamandithe institute supplies free of cost medicines as per doctor’s Prescription, also free check up like blood group detection,Hemoglobin estimation for women and old aged, Blood pressure monitoring is done for the patients and students on the camp day. A panel of doctors which include general physician, gynecologist, pediatrician and dietician will be the part of the camp from 10 AM to 3PM. Institute organized blood donation camp in association with blood bank of the district and more than 100 units of blood donation is done for the noble cause.
Activity for awareness against AIDS , Dengue malaria and mal nutrition in the children are done by the students if the institute for the development of the society.
4) The Students work in team to organize rally to encourage people of the society for Swatch Bharat, use of toilets at home and in public places,The team of students prepares video and upload the same on social media on different issue like COVID,Women empowerment

Evidence of success:

The Institute has observed successful outcomes in social activities in the past years
1) The personal Hygiene during menses was improved remarkably sanitary napkin was distributed to for more than 200 girls and women’s, the open defection has stopped with in the area of borawan, Durgapur, Bhangaon, Piplai, Devla.
2) More than 100 students have quit the consumption of tobacco.
3) Blood donation camp organized every year and more than 100 units of blood is donated for noble cause, every year nearly 100 students were benefited from blood group and hemoglobin detection an and more than 150 patients were benefited for ailments like blood sugar gynecology and pediatric issues.
4) The student success as a team was noted and acknowledge by the institute and managements.

Problem encountered:

1) Availability of the limited fund /funding source for organizing such activities.
2) Poor literacy makes it difficult to share information and understand motto to the individuals.
3) Less interest for active participation from the tribal’s.
4) Rigidity of the tribal’s towards adopting the new things.