@ Vikas Sharma | Sr Journalist
New Delhi: After the inspiring inaugural sessions, presidential symposiums, engaging memorial lectures, and stimulating seven sessions, with over 40 speakers and participants on the first day of 70th Indian Pharmaceutical Congress (IPC) at Amity University Noida, it was time to give mind some rest and to unwind.
And what better than a grand evening of musical extravaganza one can expect, when celebrated singer KK (Krishnakumar Kunnath) enthralled the 6000 plus participants of the largest ever gathering of largest congregation of Pharmacists and Pharmaceutical professionals with his soulful voice and stirring music.
Through a reverberating performance, people rocked and swayed, as he sang to the everlasting hits which included Aankhon mein teri ajab si ajab si adayein, Tu jo mila to hogya mein kabil, Yaaron dosti badi hi haseen hai_, Tu hai Aasman Mein Teri yeah Zamin hai, Dil Ibadat Kar raha hai.
The day which was spent in scientific discussions came to an appropriate entertaining close.
Organized by the Indian Pharmaceutical Congress Association, a federation of five professional pharmaceutical bodies, and hosted by the Indian Pharmacy Graduates’ Association, IPC 2018 would see the industry captains and thought leaders discussing the challenges and solutions in the road to achieve Pharma Vision 2030: India Phrama Industry – A Global Leader.