Your time at AICCEDS Educational Group is an investment into your future. We are committed to making the lives of our students at AICCEDS so enriching and exciting that they remember them as the best days of their lives.

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Why You Should Study With Us

There are many other reasons for choosing the faculty, including our commitment to ensuring that all learning and research is supported by the best facilities and technology.

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Education And Student Experience

Our tours include comprehensive education programmes that feature live multimedia seminars, presentations from subject experts, and exciting workshop activities.

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Placements & Recruitments

we invite you to explore our website. Learn the depth of our executive search expertise and take advantage of the resources we offer to our client partners and candidates.

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Future Projects Planning

When you’re young you might think you have all the time in the world, then all of a sudden you have to start making important choices.

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Faculty & Staff @ Pharmacy College Azamgarh

In 2004, 10% of AICCEDS@Pharmacy faculty reported spending 80 or more hours per week doing AICCEDS@Pharmacy-related work, and 13% reported sleeping, on average, 5 hours or fewer per night. This January, faculty will be invited once again to participate in an online survey regarding quality of life issues. Topics queried will include workload and stress, satisfaction with resources and services, department atmosphere, the tenure and promotion process, and life outside the Institute. Many of the survey questions are also being asked at peer schools, allowing for comparative analysis. AICCEDS@Pharmacy administered a similar survey to faculty in 2004 . The results of that survey directly contributed to policy changes in faculty housing, professional support, and personal and family support. In 2004, 73% of faculty responded to the survey. The hope is to improve on that rate. Provided there are a sufficient number of responses, individual department reports will be provided by the Office of the Provost/Institutional Research.

Highest Faculty to Student Ratio
1 Professor for every 16 students (1:16 ratio)
1 Faculty member for every 2 students (1:2 ratio)