The International P'ceutical Federation (FIP).
FIP is the global body representing over 4 million pharmacists and pharmaceutical scientists. FIP work to meet the world's health care needs. FIP is a non-governmental organization that has been in official relations with the World Health Organization since 1948. Sri Aurobindo Institute of Pharmacy, Indore feels proud to be a part of their list and became a FIP academic institutional member.
SAIP is the only institute having the FIP and IPSF membership that provides many International internship opportunities to our students giving them International exposure of pharmacy field.
Central India's 1st Institution to be awarded International Federation Membership
Sri Aurobindo of Pharmacy - Student Federation (SAIP-SF)
SAIP-SF is a Student chapter recognized by International Pharmaceutical Federation (IPSF) of FIP, The Hague -Netherlands.
The International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation (IPSF) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-religious organisation that represents pharmaceutical students, pharmacy students and recent graduates from all over the world.
Only Institute in Central India Giving Global Exposure to the Students
The Centre for Environment Protection Research and Development (CEPRD) is a non-profit organization that was founded on June 6, 1996, as a consequence of the volunteer efforts of Indore's educated and environmentally conscious inhabitants. Indore has also been named India's cleanest city for the past three years. CEPRD is a group of crusaders who use current research and technology to conserve and promote the environment, with active public participation.
The group has operated under the principle of "Think Globally, Act Locally" for many years. They organize tree-planting efforts, public awareness campaigns, and lecture series, as well as contribute to the city's master plan. CEPRD concentrates on educating the kids and instilling green habits in them.
DELNET was founded in January 1988 at the India International Centre Library and became a society in 1992. DELNET encourages library resource sharing through the construction of a network of libraries. Its goals include collecting, storing, and disseminating information, as well as providing computerized services to the college, coordinating efforts for appropriate collection development, and reducing unnecessary duplication wherever possible.