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Biocon academy launches ‘Quality Control Analytical’ certificate course

Bengaluru, May 30 (UNI) Biocon Academy, a CSR arm of Asias's leading biotechnology company Biocon, on Thursday announced launch of certificate course in 'Quality Control Analytical (QCA)' in collaboration with M S Ramaiah college in the city in an attempt to end 'talent deficit' faced in the field.
More than 14,000 students in India fall under the ‘talent deficit’ segment after graduating in Chemistry and Bio-Chemistry and there is increasing demand for high skilled and experienced talent in Quality Control and Assurance instrumental analytics in many pharma and bio pharmaceutical companies.
Speaking on the launch of the new eight week program, Bindu Ajit, Program Director of Biocon Academy said, "We are pleased to announce the launch of Biocon Ramaiah Certificate Program in Quality Control Analytical. This is our fifth program which provides a golden opportunity for Chemistry and Bio-Chemistry students to upgrade their skill in the Quality Control Analytical domain. We are delighted to partner with Thermo Fisher and M S Ramaiah."
Dr Nagagireesh Bojanala Research Head & the Dean of Sciences, Ramaiah College of Arts, Science & Commerce (RCASC) said, "Biocon Academy is doing an exceptional job through its various flagship programs in association with several prestigious academic institutes and running them successfully."
The program will impart training on the working of analytical instruments combined with operational, application and regulatory know how related to QC and QA. It will also provide practical experience into the basic principles of troubleshooting, according to a statement here on Thursday.
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