Vasantidevi Patil Institute of Pharmacy

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HTML marquee Tag Vasantidevi Patil Institute of Pharmacy, Kodoli, has been accredited with an A Grade, achieving an impressive CGPA of 3.07 by NAAC.
HTML marquee Tag Vasantidevi Patil Institute of Pharmacy, Kodoli was established with the aim to impart quality pharmacy education and training to cater the needs of the pharmacy profession and society at large. The journey started in 2003 by introducing the first Pharmacy institute in the Kodoli under aegis of Shri Yashwant Shikshan Prasarak Mandal, Kodoli. The institute is approved by AICTE New Delhi, PCI New Delhi, and DTE Mumbai, recognized by Government of Maharashtra & affiliated to a MSBTE, Mumbai and Shivaji University, Kolhapur. The Institute is situated at the foot hills of Panhala, in the area of Kodoli, about 10 kilometres away from National Highway- 4 and 35 km away from major city, Kolhapur. The institute occupies the area of approximately 4 acres having its own 5470 sq.mts. building with excellent infrastructure which in-houses facilities such as sophisticated laboratories, resourceful library with latest books, national& international journals and well-equipped classrooms with modern teaching aid. Vasantidevi Patil Institute of Pharmacy is a progressive edifying organization, dedicated to the pursuit of excellence. This institute has been dedicated to decree solutions to big challenges and to prepare the student for leadership in a multifaceted world.

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From root to the radius VPIP logo reflects the deep sense of logical appeal and persuasive technique that aims to convince the peoples by employing logic and reason. 

Student-centered approach bolstered by the literature, which is the universal paradigm of wisdom and intellect. Meaningfully engulfed by leavesin the most literal sense, Leaf signify nature in harmony with Health-Hope and Growth. Similar to the Detachment for New Beginnings, which recognises that death isn’t the end but rather a sign of hope for the future… 

Life is a circle; perhaps it stands for seclusion from an outside world. The monochromatic blue hue, which stands for both the sea and the sky. So, we equip our student with an opportunity to dive or fly…