Diploma in Quality Control

The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the fundamentals of the quality control analysis in the pharmaceutical industry.

Course Overview

Students will acquire knowledge and skills required to work in a quality control department in the pharmaceutical industry. The quality control service is one of the most important departments contributing to the overall success of a pharmaceutical company. This course covers the principles of laboratory control and compliance, as well as statistical methods of data analysis relevant to QC activities. Students also learn the essential aspects of the Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) and pharmacopoeia requirements for raw materials sampling and testing. The course is delivered through in-class lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions.


Learning Outcomes

The Diploma in Quality Control program ensures you will have learnt to do the following:

  • Interpret the requirements for testing of raw materials, in-process samples, and finished product in accordance with Pharmacopoeia Compendial Standards.
  • Perform a variety of Quality Control activities including developing QC policies and Standard Operation Procedures, analyzing and archiving data and interpreting results.
  • Operate, validate and calibrate a variety of laboratory equipment used in pharmaceutical industrial labs.
  • Assess instruments malfunction and troubleshoot analytical equipment failure in compliance with regulatory requirements.
  • Identify and analyze unexpected results during routine analyses and help to provide solutions based on scientific and regulatory considerations by implementing preventive action and corrective actions programs.
  • Acquire a working knowledge about GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) requirements to the manufacture of pharmaceuticals/biological.
  • Understand the concept of quality systems and compliance in the regulated industry and the role of quality assurance.
  • Understand the use of controlled documentation.
  • Review GLP, ISO 9000 and ISO 17025.
  • Prepare for and conduct internal and external audits and help prepare for a regulatory inspection.


Course Content

  • Function and Role of Quality control in Pharma
  • Introduction, fundamentals and principles of GLP
  • Brief view to Pharmacopoeias and specifications
  • Equipment’s used in Quality control Lab
  • Introduction to ICH guidelines & cGMP
  • Wet chemical Analysis and Introduction to Calibrations
  • Introduction, application-HPLC
  • Introduction, application-GC
  • Documentation

Admission Criteria

B. Pharm / Degree or post graduate degree in Chemistry or Life Science Bachelor’s Degree or degree from a recognized university.

Course Duration

3 months contact program.

Course Fee 

Please contact the counsellor @ +91 8144808255.

Course Highlights:

  • Course material developed by experienced specialists from the Pharma Industry.
  • Highly effective one to one interactive training.
  • Flexible timings.

Course Delivery

Our unique study approach enables you to balance your busy work schedule.

  • Support in the form of books and articles.
  • Videos and presentations for easy understanding.


The student is required to complete all internal assessment tests. The examination will be conducted in between the courses. Successful candidates will be awarded Certificate by TALL.


Who should join?

The Diploma in Quality control is specially tailored for candidates who would like to enter into the Pharma industry’s departments which include:

  • Quality Control
  • Quality Assurance
  • Research and Development (Analytical)
  • Packaging and Labeling
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Other relevant departments