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Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance


Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intension.

A Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance professional is responsible for ensuring that the quality of drugs being manufactured meet prescribed quality levels. The future scope includes Analytical R & D (Research and Development), QA/QC manager, QA/QC Executive, QA Officer – API / Bulk Drugs / Pharma Industry, Research Scientist, Research Associate, Academic, GMP Compliance, QA Auditor, Analytical Method Development and Validation, Six Sigma, CAPA etc.

Quality Assurance must become a proactive process which ensures that product manufacture adheres to specific standards and strives to continuously improve results and eliminate errors. By optimizing process reliability and efficiency, Quality Assurance can bring about speedy and effective operational performance which still observes all statutory requirements. To ensure the sustainability of this success over the medium to long term, Quality Assurance also needs to lead quality enhancement initiatives, eliminate activities which do not add value, reduce the cycle time required to handle and resolve quality issues, and lessen reoccurrence of deviations. In a nutshell, products should be “fit for purpose” and “right first time” achieved by Quality Control and Quality Assurance.


Shift Intake
M Pharm (Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance) 12

Core Curriculum:

  • 1040302201 – Hazards and Safety Management
  • 1040302202 – Pharmaceutical Validation
  • 1040302203 – Audits and Regulatory Compliance
  • 1040302204 – Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology
  • 1040302205 – Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Practical II
  • Seminar-Assignment – 1040302206
  • 1040301301 – Research Methodology and Biostatistics
  • — – Journal Club
  • — – Discussion and Presentation – Proposal Presentation
  • — – Research Work
  • — – Journal Club
  • — – Research Work
  • — – Discussion and Final Presentation