One-day workshop at College


Workshop & MOU with Vasantdada Patil Mahavidyalaya, Tasgaon. Conducting a one-day workshop on instrumentation in the Quality Control (QC) department of a pharmaceutical company can be a valuable opportunity to train employees, enhance their skills, and ensure the proper use of analytical instruments. Here’s a general outline of how you can organize such a workshop:

Workshop Title: “Instrumentation Skills in QC Department of Pharma Industry.”

Target Audience:

  • QC Analysts
  • Laboratory Technicians
  • Quality Assurance Personnel
  • Any staff involved in QC testing and instrument operation

Workshop Objectives:

  1. Understanding Instrumentation: Provide an overview of the various analytical instruments used in the QC department and their importance in pharmaceutical quality control.

  2. Instrument Operation: Teach participants how to operate and maintain common instruments used in QC, such as HPLC (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography), GC (Gas Chromatography), UV-Vis Spectrophotometers, FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared) Spectrometers, etc.

  3. Data Interpretation: Explain how to interpret data generated by these instruments and ensure accuracy and precision in analysis.

  4. Troubleshooting: Address common issues and challenges that may arise during instrument operation and how to troubleshoot them.

  5. Regulatory Compliance: Discuss the importance of compliance with regulatory guidelines (e.g., FDA, GMP) in pharmaceutical QC and how instrumentation plays a crucial role in meeting these requirements.

  6. Best Practices: Share best practices for instrument calibration, maintenance, and documentation.

Workshop Agenda:

Morning Session:

  • Introduction to QC Instrumentation
  • Overview of Key Analytical Instruments
  • Instrument Operation and Maintenance

Lunch Break: Provide an opportunity for networking and discussions.

Afternoon Session:

  • Data Analysis and Interpretation
  • Troubleshooting Instrument Issues
  • Regulatory Compliance in QC
  • Q&A Session

Hands-on Session (Optional): If possible, organize a practical hands-on session where participants can operate and practice with instruments under supervision.

Workshop Materials:

  • Presentation slides
  • Handouts and reference materials
  • Sample data sets for analysis
  • Troubleshooting guides
  • Certificates of attendance


  • Experienced QC professionals or subject matter experts in instrumentation
  • Instrument vendors or representatives for specific equipment, if applicable


  • Assess participants’ understanding through quizzes or practical exercises.
  • Collect feedback to evaluate the effectiveness of the workshop and areas for improvement.


  • Provide participants with additional resources, such as reference materials or online courses, for continuous learning.
  • Consider organizing periodic follow-up sessions or advanced workshops for further skill development.



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