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Providing Job oriented training is our motto.     HONING TALENT IN TO GENIOUS

Job oriented training program (60 Days) which includes theory and practical.

1: Briefing on importance of training and all departments of pharmaceutical industry


3: Quality control:

  • Briefing about different pharmacopeias, reference and working standards
  • Preparation and standardization of volumetric solutions
  • Study of chemical parameters of samples such as pH, Conductivity, friability, refractive index etc.,
  • Detailed explanation about all aspects of the instruments such as HPLC, GC, AAS, FTIR, PSD, TOC,
  • ICP-OES, etc., along with their operation and calibration.
  • Method development, validations and stability studies.
  • Maintenance and control of chemicals, reagents and reference standards

4: Quality Assurance:

  • Preparation of documents such as Quality manual, SOP, STP,
  • Control of documents, records
  • Internal audits
  • Control of Non-Conforming products
  • Corrective Action and Preventive Action (CAPA)
  • Chemist training and validation records
  • Instrument IQ,OQ,PQ and DQ

5:Soft Skills development:

“Soft skills” is the term associated with a person’s EQ cluster of personality traits, social gracious, communication, friendliness, managing people, leadership etc.. A persons “soft skills” is an important part of their individual contribution to the success of an organization. When employers talk about soft skills. They are referring to anything that is needed to get things done. Employment experts agree that tech(hard) skills get you an interview, but your soft skills will get you the selection, help you maintain it and get promotion. The 6 soft skills everyone needs area 1. Communication skills  2. Team work  3. Adoptability  4. Problem solving ability   5. Critical observation and 6. Traibal skills. 

6: Microbiology:

Briefing about all aspects in microbiology such as Microbiological Limit Tests: Total Bacterial Count, Total Yeast & Mold count, Pathogens (E.coli, Salmonella, Pseudomonas, Staphylococcus. aureus, etc.) Antibacterial Activity of products. Operation and maintenance of clean rooms, LAF, Autoclaves, incubators, cultures, medias etc..

7: Industrial hygiene:

  What is industrial hygiene? Why is it required? Where and when is it required? Benefits of Industrial hygiene.

8: Environmental and Health Safety:

What is Environmental and Health Safety? Ambient air quality tests, emission sources of particulate and gaseous pollutants and their effects. Noise pollution it’s monitoring and prevention. Sources of water pollutants, their effects and tests of water samples, BOD etc.. Drinking water quality parameters