The NIPER (Amendment) Bill recently passed in the Parliament, seeks to accord ‘institute of national importance’ status to ………….

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The NIPER (Amendment) Bill recently passed in the Parliament, seeks to accord ‘institute of national importance' status to ………….



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The NIPER Bill, which was just enacted in Parliament, proposes to designate institutions of pharmacy research and education as 'institutes of national significance.'

The National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (Amendment) Bill was just enacted by Parliament. It seeks to elevate 6 more centers of pharmaceutical research and teaching in Ahmedabad, Hajipur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Guwahati, and Raebareli to the rank of 'institute of national importance.' It also intends to form an advising committee for them.


The Institute's key goals are as follows: 

  • Nurture and encourage a high level of quality in pharmaceutical research and education.
  • Raising the bar in pharmaceutical research and education by preparing future instructors, scientific researchers, and industry and profession leaders.
  • Establishment of National Centers to meet the demands of the pharmaceutical sector as well as other teaching and research institutions.
  • Cooperation with the Indian economy to assist it in meeting global problems.
  • Joint national/international study.
  • Research on the social elements of drug use and misuse, as well as rural pharmacy, etc.
  • Managing drug monitoring, community pharmacist, and pharmaceutical programs