Department of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance



The quality assurance is a wide ranging concept covering all aspects of quality that individually or collectively influence the quality of the product. Assuring the product quality belongs mainly to quality assurance personnel but involves team effort. Also, by considering the current scenario of Pharmaceutical Industries, there is an immense need to fulfil the quality requirements of the products. 

Our department of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance deals with the study of physical and chemical examination of pharmaceutical products,designing of key documents, validation of equipments, cleaning validation and Analytical Method Validation, hence through we create the personnel who will meet the global requirements of quality of Pharmaceutical Industries. The department housing all latest equipments required to conduct the practicals as per the curriculum and research to meet the current Industry demands.


The department has qualified, dedicated, devoted faculty and are actively involved in research activities.

Research Interest:
Analytical and bio-analytical method development and validation of different drugs, validation of equipments, stability study of various dosage forms, Impurity Profiling etc.

Research publications: More than 120 publications in National and International peer reviewed journals. 

Benediction From The Hod
Dr. (Mrs.) S. P. Mahaparale

The department of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance was established in 2012. The objective was to train the pharmacy graduates in quality assurance to cater the ever-increasing need of pharmaceutical industry and academia. The department is well-equipped with sophisticated analytical instruments and competent manpower. The research focus of the department is analytical method development and validation and stability studies of drugs and formulation. Quality assurance (QA) refers to the engineering activities implemented in a quality system so that requirements for a product or service will be fulfilled. It is the systematic measurement, comparison with a standard, monitoring of processes and an associated feedback loop that confers error prevention. This can be contrasted with quality control, which is focused on process outputs.