Shailja B. Jhala

D. Pharm. (2013-2015, University topper, Gold Medalist), B. Pharm. (2015-2018), M. Pharm. (2018-2020, Branch topper, Gold Medalist)

I am overwhelmed with the opportunity I got to share my journey of 7 years at L. M. College of Pharmacy for the college website. I am really blessed to have such teacher’s and mentor’s in my life from which I learned a lot and have implemented to make my future bright. Supportive faculty and staff, beautiful campus, quality education, real world experiences, and amazing friends, its everything one needs from a college, and a network developed for life. The growth I have seen in myself due to LMCP, is invaluable. It has taught me things far beyond bookish knowledge and helped me broaden my horizons. Students are encouraged to take initiatives and hone leadership skills, so that they can cope with the world outside the campus. With the up to date laboratory facilities, and various software, large libraries on campus as well as online, students can easily access study materials to ensure quality output. There is a canteen facility and the sports grounds keep the students physically active as well. The classes are very interactive and faculties ensure that every student understands what is being taught before proceeding. Courses are challenging, yet very informative and very well organized at LMCP. Two of my most beautiful experiences was getting 2 gold medal for standing university topper (2015) and branch topper (2020) and representing my college at Laurentian University, Sudbury, Ontario Canada in an student exchange program (2017). I have gained so much from LMCP including a bunch of supportive friends for life and genuine supportive faculty who are ready to help me any time even after leaving the college. At my work when I get appreciated for my knowledge and skills I surely make a point to all that the credits goes to my college and my faculty. Learning is a case to case scenario but when you get such an extraordinary support from the college it actually do changes your perspective and goals for life. The most important thing I learnt was that there is no shortcut to success. Today when I look back it literally gets me goose bumps as I am sentimental talking about my time at LMCP. I am a proud LMCPIAN and a passionate pharamcist and I will surely work in development of the same. Thanks to my Alma matter LMCP, my teachers, my management, my seniors and juniors who all make it possible.