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Quality control and Quality Assurance

About the Course Quality Control :

Quality control is gaining its recognition in India due to government policies to monitor the safety and quality standards across various sectors such as food processing, hospitality, pharmaceuticals.

The course has been designed with the input from industry experts of various sectors so to impart the job-oriented skills to candidates in quality control processes across the various domains. A hands-on training in microbiology and biochemical techniques is provided with rigorous sessions of discussion to understand the fine nuances of various techniques.


Quality Assurance :

With government becoming stringent on safety standards in food processing sectors, which accounts for the biggest unorganized sector as of now in the country, doors are open for the people with knowledge of various rules, laws, and regulations required to ensure the quality standards of an organization.

The industry has a huge demand for candidates with certified quality assurance skills such as FSSAI, HACCP, Six Sigma.

Keeping in the mind the demand, PIMS offers a three-month certification course in quality assurance which involves training students in the various Quality Systems and equipping them with critical thinking with rigorous sessions on case studies and live project works.

Recognition & Accreditation

Recognized by Government of Karnataka.

Career Areas


Eligibility Criteria

Life science graduates, as well as post-graduates, are eligible to attend the course.

Career Prospectus

Career prospects are bright fuelled by the advent in biotechnology with plethora of opportunities in agriculture, medicine, food, environment and health sector. Bangalore is a hot spot for the sector with 130 companies and 80 start-ups directly creating job opportunities in biotechnology as well as other 50 med tech companies providing indirect opportunities. 5 major incubation centres C-Camp, IKP Eden, Bangalore BioInnovation Centre, InnAccel and Evaccel provide start-up opportunities for young entrepreneurs. Top R&D centres of Monsanto, Biocon, GE, Novozymes and Tata Group are world leaders in Biotechnology innovation.

Higher Studies



3 Months

Fees structure



Affiliated to Bangalore University.

Academic System