Celebration with a cause

BANGALORE: Medplus, one of the pharmacy chains in India celebrated  its fifth annual day and  New Year celebration at RV Engineering  college auditorium. Chief Guests Dr J

Published: 01st January 2012 10:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:06 PM   |  A+A-

BANGALORE: Medplus, one of the pharmacy chains in India celebrated  its fifth annual day and  New Year celebration at RV Engineering  college auditorium.

Chief Guests Dr Jaga Shetty, Drug Controller, Karnataka,  Dr Madhukar Gangadi, the Chairman and CEO of Medplus, inaugurated the event.  Shivananda Shetty, President of Karnataka Rakeshana Vedike, Sathyanarayana Shetty, past Governor — Lions Club, were also present at the event.

Addressing the gathering Dr Jaga Shetty, reiterated  that MedPlus in the health care and also advised the pharmacist to council the patients on a regular basis.  He gave oath to the present pharmacist to follow the rules and regulations.   

Dr Madhukar Gangadi, the pioneering visionary Chairman and CEO of MedPlus congratulated MedPlus employees and their families on its fifth annual celebrations. He also mention that there would be 10 per cent discount on medicine and five per cent discount on general products on this occasion of the fifth annual celebrations.

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