Radami War (AIR-18501)
(GPAT Qualifier, School of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
“First of all, I would like to thank all my faculty members of Apeejay Stya University as it is because of them that I have achieved success. They used to make every effort to present the study material in a very precise manner, covering the most important topic of the GPAT syllabus. The Q & A session encouraged us to study throughout the year.”
Knowing how to study is more important than knowing what to study and that is what Apeejay Stya University (ASU) has taught me. The well structured notes, one-to-one doubt solving sessions, guest lectures and most importantly, the positivity & zeal that the faculty instills encourages one to perform consistently well. I highly recommended ASU to all Pharmacy aspirants.
“ASU is India’s first Liberal Arts and Meta University. I am not saying this just to brag about my university but because I am taking full advantage of this fact. I am a student of School of Legal Studies which impliedly shows my interest in Law, but I was equally passionate about Journalism and Mass Communication. ASU gave me this golden chance to pursue a minor in Journalism along with my major degree in Law. The Liberal Arts and Meta concept fulfilled my unorthodox desire of pursuing Journalism with Law. It is excellence superimposed.”
B Pharmacy (4th Year) Country- Nepal
The University has given me lots of exposure in terms of field exposure, industrial exposure, etc. It helps to bridge the gap between school atmosphere and Industry. We have proper updated laboratories for our course and we have all the privileges to use it any time. All in all, I’m very happy here and I really appreciate my faculty members for their great efforts for us.
BTech BioTechnology (2nd Year) Country- Nepal
The best part of the University is my department. The course in biotechnology also has an option of a 5 years integrated programme which is not there in many universities. The symposiums are all hosted and handled by students and faculty members, encouraging maximum students participation for exposure.