About M.Pharm Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Career Opportunities in M.Pharm Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance
Quality inspectors are tasked with collecting samples from production sites, analysing the sample, and providing accurate results to ensure that the quality benchmarks are being followed by a company.
Quality specialists are responsible for analysing existing products and suggesting possible improvements with regards to the six sigma standards and the overall quality of the products.
A pharmacy consultant is someone who consults with clients and shares their findings regarding the pharmaceutical quality of products or services rendered by a particular brand.
Professionals holding this qualification can be employed as professors in leading pharmaceutical colleges to teach at the undergraduate or postgraduate level.
|Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques
|Quality Management System
|Quality Control and Quality Assurance
|Product Development and Technology Transfer
|Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Practical I
|Hazards and Safety Management
|Audits and Regulatory Compliance
|Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Technology
|Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Practical II
|Research Methodology and Biostatistics*
|Discussion/Presentation (Proposal Presentation)
Fee Structure & Eligibility
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SCHOOL OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE (PG)
|M.Pharm Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance (Proposed)
|B.Pharm passed from Indian university from an institution approved by Pharmacy Council of India and has scored not less than 55% of the maximum marks
|Rs 10,000 /-
- Admission Form and Prospectus Rs. 1000/- (One Time).
- Caution Money Rs. 1000 (Minimum Deduction - Rs. 500)
- Hostel Fees Rs . 1, 10,000/- per annum + 5000 (Deposit Rs 5, 000 at the time of Admission Only on Refundable basis, Minimum Deduction Rs. 1000)
- Transportation Fees as applicable based on Route and Pick Up Point.
- Uniform Cost Rs. 6000/-