Dr Sagineedu, a Senior Lecturer in the School of Pharmacy at IMU, has been awarded the CChem status by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) UK, for his demonstration of working at the highest standing possible in the professional practice of chemical sciences. Dr Sagineedu, with PhD in Medicinal Chemistry, has been teaching both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at IMU including Bachelor of Pharmacy (Hons) and the RSC accredited Bachelor of Science (Hons) Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Additionally, he is the Programme Director for Master of Science in Analytical and Pharmaceutical Chemistry (MAPC).
Dr Sagineedu says, “I am delighted to have achieved the CChem status in recognition of the professional skills that I have developed over the years. Upon receiving the award, I felt a real sense of accomplishment at knowing that my skills are accepted and validated by a professional body with high standards. I hope this inspires future graduates and many of my peers to continue pursuing professional development and work towards achieving the CChem status”.
|Chartered Chemist (CChem) is a professional qualification awarded by the RSC and awarded separately from admission to RSC membership such as MRSC and FRSC. CChem recognises the experienced chemical scientist who has demonstrated an in-depth knowledge of chemistry, significant personal achievements based upon chemistry, professionalism in the workplace and a commitment to professional development. CChem is valued and understood across the chemical sciences and provides assurance of competence and professional conduct.|