Online Pharmaceutical Production Certification Course for D/B/M Pharmacy Students

ONLINE course is same course like Offline Course; each chapter is discussed thoroughly along with interview questions on that chapter. This Online course provides all practical video of instruments used. Operation & Calibration of Instrument with attached software’s for analysis.

We are also providing detailed notes of each chapter so you can study well at the time of interview. Also we are going to make a “Whatsapp group” for Online Course enrolled candidates so they can ask any query about syllabus. Also we are going take online video discussion with the candidate at every Sunday. Final interview questions paper will be provided to each candidate because after preparation of this test he can easily crack the interview.  Final interview will be conducted of each candidate by video conferencing. ‘ASSURA CERTIFICATION’ should be done after completion of successful course. After certification, interview calls will be provided to each candidate. As compare to Offline course fees structure of Online course is low. 

If you enrolled this course, you will save your hostel & meal money. Also you can save yourself from infection of ‘CORONA’ virus & utilize your time for getting job.

Creating an online career-oriented syllabus that emphasizes practical skills for students interested in pharmaceutical production is essential for preparing them for roles in the industry. Here’s a suggested syllabus breakdown with a 70% practical and 30% theory balance for students pursuing Diploma, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degrees in Pharmacy:

By providing a well-rounded education that emphasizes hands-on experience, students will be better prepared for careers in pharmaceutical (Production, QA, QC, R&D), where practical skills are highly valued. Keep in mind that the specific syllabus details may vary based on the institution and the current trends in the industry.

For Production, QA, QC, R&D Departments:

Working process of ‘Production, Quality Control & Quality Assurance department, Validations, Process Validation, IQ, OQ, PQ of various equipment, Inprocess Sampling, BMR, BPR, ICH guidelines, Audits, ALCOA, ALCOA +, Data integrity issues, Handling of incidences like OOS, OOT, Deviation & Change Control. Total Quality Management, Quality Risk Management, Various instruments calibration, Practical hands-on various instruments such as pH meter, Analytical Balance, Dissolution Tester Apparatus, Karl Fischer, HPLC, UV, IR spectrometer, Gas Chromatography, etc. with Pharma product analysis. Knowledge of all HPLC software, Preparation of interviews, Guest lectures of field experts, Alumni benefits for a lifetime.

Common Features Across Levels:

  1. Hands-on Practical Training: Each course includes practical lab sessions where students work with actual pharmaceutical equipment and simulate manufacturing processes.
  2. Industry Case Studies: Incorporate real-world case studies to bridge the gap between theory and practice, helping students understand the challenges faced by the industry.
  3. Internships and Industry Collaborations: Provide opportunities for students to work as interns in pharmaceutical manufacturing companies, allowing them to gain hands-on experience in real production environments.
  4. Simulation and Virtual Labs: For online delivery, incorporate virtual labs and simulation tools that replicate manufacturing processes, equipment handling, and quality control tests.
  5. Interactive Workshops: Conduct online workshops and webinars with industry experts to expose students to the latest advancements and trends in pharmaceutical production.
  6. Research and Innovation: Encourage students to undertake research projects related to pharmaceutical production, fostering innovation and critical thinking.
  7. Soft Skills Development: Integrate communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills development into the curriculum to prepare students for the industry’s collaborative environment.
  8. Regulatory Compliance: Emphasize the importance of adhering to regulatory guidelines and standards, preparing students for roles that require strict compliance.
  9. Continuous Assessment: Implement a mix of quizzes, assignments, practical assessments, and exams to ensure holistic evaluation of students’ theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
  10. Career Guidance: Provide career counseling and support, including resume-building, interview preparation, and networking opportunities within the pharmaceutical industry.

Remember that the curriculum should evolve with industry trends and advancements, ensuring that graduates are well-prepared to meet the dynamic demands of the pharmaceutical production sector.

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