Quality Control & Quality Assurance Techniques in Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Industries

Graduation 15 Dec, 2023 6 Jan, 2024


Quality Control & Quality Assurance Techniques in Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Industries
Course Start Date
16 Dec, 2023
Application Dates
16 Nov, 2023 - 15 Dec, 2023
140 hours
Course Mode
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Course Overview

In this programme, the student will learn and acquire specialised knowledge and skills required to function as Quality Assurance or Quality Control personnel in any pharmaceutical or manufacturing/food industry. This course covers various topics such as statistical process control, measurement and testing, quality auditing and quality improvement techniques. Proficient and effective QA and QC personnel are much needed to ensure safe products in the market.

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Key Topics

Introduction to pharmaceuticals, Departments in the Pharma Industry, Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical References, Introduction to Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality control (QC), Role and Importance of QA & QC personnel in the Pharma Industry, Terms and Definitions in Pharmaceutical Technologies.

Introduction to ISO Standard Series, Quality Management System, Total Quality Control, Good manufacturing practices (GMP), Good Laboratory Practices (GLP), Good Documentation Practices (GDP), and Personal Hygiene

Physical parameters (colour, odour, turbidity, pH, total dissolved solids), Chemical parameters ( total hardness, calcium hardness, magnesium hardness, alkalinity, sodium, chloride, sulphates, iron), and microbiological parameters (total bacterial count, e-coli and coliforms count)

Physical examination, weight variation test, hardness test, friability test, size determination, moisture content, and disintegration test

Importance of clean rooms in pharmaceutical industries, basic microbiology techniques (serial dilution, plating techniques, staining techniques),microbiological analysis (bacterial and fungal) of tablets, oils and liquid formulations, and microbial limit test.

Introduction to HPLC, Gas chromatography, UV Vis spectrophotometry and Hands-on-training.

18,000 25,370


to secure your future

Skills Covered

  • Introduction to Quality Assurance and Quality Control
  • Understanding Industry standards and codes
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC) and Quality Management
  • Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Techniques
  • Calibration of Measuring Equipment

Who is this course for?

B.Sc /M.Sc. Life Science Graduates


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Training Partners

  • Bipha Academy

What to expect after the course

On completion of Quality Control & Quality Assurance Techniques in Ayurvedic Pharmaceutical Industries course, we assist potential candidates to connect with prospective employers. Here’s what you can expect.

Job Roles

Expected Salary

Key Recruiters

Executive QA/QC .

Expected Salary

  • 300000 /- p.a.
  • 400000 /- p.a.

Key Recruiters

  • Bipha Drug Laboratories Pvt Ltd
  • Sreedhari Ayurvedic, Kottayam
  • Ayursiddha Ayurveda Kottayam
Production Manager

Expected Salary

  • 400000 /- p.a.
  • 600000 /- p.a.

Key Recruiters

  • Bipha Drug Laboratories Pvt Ltd
  • Kerala Ayurveda Ltd Ernakulam
  • Dwaraka Ayurvedic Pharmaceuticals

Need Assistance


The course is designed for students and industry professionals who have little or no knowledge in Quality Control/ Quality Assurance. This course will help them understand the fundamentals and concepts of Quality Control and Assurance, enhancing their knowledge and skills in the field of QA QC. Receive assured placements in reputed industries and Research Centres, Analytical Labs, and more.

QA is process-oriented, and it focuses on preventing quality issues. QC is product-oriented and focuses on identifying quality issues in manufactured products that could affect customer satisfaction.

QA is proactive, while QC is reactive to any glitches or problems found.
QA focuses on the processes during development, and QC is more about the product.
QA is an organisation-wide responsibility, and QC team is responsible for testing the quality of product during the process of manufacture .
Quality assurance is the guidelines, policies, and procedures to make a high-quality product and avoid defects. In contrast, quality control is the product’s actual review during production to ensure it is created to the highest standards.
While quality assurance occurs during the entire process, from planning to maintenance of a product or project, quality control happens during the inspection phase.
To choose between quality assurance or quality control, consider which part of the process you want to participate in: either preventing defects by improving the process or inspecting the product. You can find rewarding careers in each, and both are vital in quality management.

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