(B. Pharm and Diploma IInd Yr.)
Venue: MPH hall, RNPC campus
Time: 12:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Datta Meghe College of Pharmacy organized a parent-teacher meeting on 17/12/2022 for Diploma (Batch-2022-2023) and B. Pharm II year (Batch- 2022-2023) which was held at MPH hall at 12:30 PM, in the presence of chief guest Dr K.T.V Reddy sir, (Dean of FEAT) and Dr Anil Pethe Sir, (Principle of DMCP). More than 30 parents were present for the parent-teacher meeting. The main agenda of this meeting was to communicate with students and their parents on the student progress and solve their issues regarding student progress. In this meeting, our Principal Dr Anil Pethe Sir highlighted the future development plans of DMCP and the success of the organization. Moreover, we also discussed a student's specific academic or behavioural issues, where all the parents interacted with the class teacher and subject teachers respectively. Mr Sanjay Sharma father of Sachin Sharma (student of diploma II yr) discussed the changes noticed in his ward about being more confident and regular in studies because of college discipline. Supporting this, Mrs Rohini Hiware mother of Monika Hiware (student B Pharm II yr) expressed her positive views about the college discipline and the cooperation of faculty members towards the students. Further with permission of the respected principal sir, the meeting was concluded successfully.
(B. Pharm and D. Pharm Ist Yr.)
Venue: Visveswaraya Hall, FEAT campus
Time: 12.30 pm to 4:00 pm
The Parent-Teacher Meeting of B. Pharm I and D. Pharm I Yr students was scheduled on 10 th December 2022 to discuss student progress and performance. The parents were intimated about the meeting well in advance. The meeting was conducted at Visvesvaraya Hall, FEAT campus. The meeting started with Sarasvati Vandana. The program was started with a warm welcome by Mrs Prasanna Phutane. She initiated the program followed by an introduction of all the faculties present. A college presentation given by Principal Dr Anil Pethe sir with a brief introduction. Sir discussed university and institute performance, future goals, and planning of the institute to grow up the institute. Dr Surendra Agrawal Sir talks about the importance of attendance and the self-behaviour of students. The discussion was focused on student’s specific strengths, weaknesses, and various activities performed at the department, and institute levels. Parents expressed their happiness for having their ward studying in our esteemed institute. They also expressed their gratitude regarding the care taken by the institute for the growth of their wards. Meeting over with a vote of thanks.