Pharmacovigilance exerts a broad influence encompassing the well-being of patients, adherence to regulatory standards and the betterment of society. On the 9th of August 2023, the Bombay College of Pharmacy organized a seminar that was attended by IOP (Degree) final year students. Dr. Joan D’Souza, who holds the ISoP chair for Switzerland and Austria, contributed her extensive clinical research experience and expertise in ensuring patient safety. Prof. Moin Don, an Adjunct Professor deeply engaged with the ISoP chapter in South Asia, provided valuable academic insights concerning drug development and surveillance. Adding an industry perspective, Mr. Sanjay Menon, the Country Head of Patient Safety at Novartis, shared insights grounded in real-world practices. This convergence of viewpoints greatly enriched the seminar's content, delving into topics such as Qualified Person for Pharmacovigilance (QPPV), EudraVigilance (ELVIS), Marketing Authorization Holder (MAH) and more. Throughout the seminar, the significance of pharmacovigilance in ensuring patient safety, upholding cost-related regulations, navigating the Swiss regulatory framework and unveiling potential career paths became increasingly apparent, underscoring its multifaceted importance.