Welcome to CVM world.
In the year 2007 we have established CVM Educational Society
to fulfill my father’s vision of achieving excellence
through education. On his motto to Educate and Excel we have
established the CVM College of Pharmacy to provide THE BEST
Education by incorporating all possible modern techniques
to make every student proud of being a part of our College.
It’s a non –
commercial organization looking forward to develop rural education
in Andhra Pradesh by introducing lot of medical courses like
Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm. D), B.Sc Nursing, and Bachelors
of Physiotherapy (B.P.T) etc to help people who are in need
of medical assistance. At present with this CVM College of
Pharmacy our aim is to focus on Clinical Orientation to make
our students not just any pharmacy student but also a Qualified
Clinical Oriented Pharmacist and/or a Junior Scientist.
As a Doctor I knew the importance
of Medical Education and I am aware of the latest emerging
technologies in this field. During this 21st century, medicine
and medical education are evolving rapidly. Medicine is becoming
“personalized” – focused on understanding
and promoting the health of individuals. CVM is proud to be
at the forefront of this transformation to provide qualified
In this dawning of
the 21st century, Globalization and Developments in Information
Technology continue to accelerate, and we are urged to find
solutions to human activities that are ecologically unsustainable.
As the world undergoes these transformations, we must be alert
and flexible to meet a myriad of shifting needs through a
synergistic balance between Science and Technology, the Humanities,
and the Social sciences. Our distinctive collection of academic
disciplines on one campus is a great advantage in the pursuit
of such interdisciplinary objectives, freely allowing for
innovation and renewal of curriculum to meet the needs of
our changing society.
We focus to run this College fully automated via Internet
and I encourage every student to have a PC. We are even ready
to support students to make it happen by all possible means.
We want to provide soft copies of all Pharmacy curriculum
books (thru CDs) and I believe these would be the initial
steps in revolutionizing the education to make students more
comfortable with all system simulations which would be useful
in the future.
Nevertheless, we would like to extend our support to the students
by providing part-time jobs like Western Universities on-campus
jobs and by having collaborations with reputed Pharmacy Companies.
In the near future the CVM group is planning to establish
pharmacy attached firms, which would be a wonderful gift for
the students to gain on-site experience to transform their
dreams into reality.
Please accept our invitation and embark on a journey to transform
your future, a journey that you will cherish for the rest
of your lives.
Dr. Sridhar Chatla, MBBS.
President, CVM Educational Society