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International Pharmacology Conference-2023

In Association with Indian Pharmacological Society

Contact Details of Organizing Secretary:
Dr. Chandrashekhar V M : +91 9880298342

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About Basaveshwar Veerashaiva Vidyavardhaka Sangha (B.V.V.Sangha)

Basaveshwar Veerashaiva Vidyavardhaka Sangha (B.V.V.Sangha), Bagalkote is situated in the northern part of Karnataka which was founded by his Holiness Shri Gurubasava Mahaswamiji of Bilur in the year 1906, with the opening of a Sanskrit Patashala.

The clarity of vision, untiring efforts coupled with a commitment to the society at large of founder and the subsequent leaders of BVV Sangha has gone a long way in shaping the destiny of millions of people of the north part of Karnataka over a century. Dr. Veeranna C. Charantimath, a dynamic person with a vision is the Chairman of B.V.V. Sangha. He has given new dimensions to B.V.V. Sangha with great care for the quality of education.

Sangha is now a leading educational organization running more than 166 institutions. All these institutions are involved in imparting knowledge and quality education of top class in the fields of Primary, Secondary Education, Pharmacy, Law, Nursing, Engineering, Medical, Dental, Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Allied Health Sciences and many more. It has the experience of successful experimentation in all aspects of education. Sangha has been serving the poor, the underprivileged and needy people of this backward area for more than a century upholding social, human and ethical values with an emphasis on “WORK IS WORSHIP”, the basic philosophy of Lord Basaveshwar. Here is the successful story of this organization, which stands distinct in the southern part of India, for its high order selfless service and putting up its best efforts for providing quality and modern education to all sections of the society.