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“Managing and Testing Sample Through Various Instruments In QA/QC Department at Himalaya Drug , Dehradun”

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Himalaya project presentation

  1. 1. “Managing and testing saMple through Various Instruments In QA/QC Department summer internship undertaken at Himalaya drug , dehradun” PResentation ON Made By:- Syed Shadan Wasi Ali MBA (Pharmaceutical) 2nd semester (1st year) Department of Management FMIT Jamia Hamdard University New Delhi
  3. 3. TABLE OF CONTENT 1. History 2. Board of Directors 3. Products 4. Literature Review 5. SWOT Analysis 6. Objective 7. Research Methodology 8. Data Analysis 9. Conclusion 10. Suggestions 11. Limitations
  4. 4. HISTORY The Himalaya Drug Company is a company established by Mr. M. Manal in 1930 and based in Bangalore, India. It produces health care products under the name Himalaya Herbal Healthcare, which include Ayurvedic ingredients. It is spread across locations in India, the United States, the Middle East, and Europe,while its products are sold in 60 countries across the world. The company has 70 researchers that study ayurvedic herbs and minerals. An Hepatic drug, named Liv.52, is its flagship product, first introduced in 1955.
  5. 5. Mr. M. Manal ----- Founder Mr. Philipe Haydon ----- CEO Dr. S. Farooq ----- President Dr. Zafar Mehmood ------- Sr. Manager BOARD OF DIRECTORS
  6. 6. PRODUCTs  Pharmaceuticals :- • Liv. 52 • Koflet • HiOra-K Mouthwash  Personal Care :- • Anti Hair Fall Hair Oil • Ayurslim • Green Tea
  7. 7. Animal Health :- •Erina •Himcal •Him-C Baby Care :- •Baby Cream •Baby Lotion •Gentle Baby Shampoo Nutrition Health :- •HiOwna-Jr. •HiOwna
  8. 8. LITERATURE REVIEW Quality Assurance (QA) refers to the process used to create the deliverables, and can be performed by a manager, client, or even a third-party reviewer. Examples of quality assurance include process checklists, project audits and methodology and standards development. Quality assurance activities are determined before production work begins and these activities are performed while the product is being developed. In contrast, Quality control activities are performed after the product is developed. Quality Control (QC) refers to quality related activities associated with the creation of project deliverables. Quality control is used to verify that deliverables are of acceptable quality and that they are complete and correct. Examples of quality control activities include inspection, deliverable peer reviews and the testing process. Quality control is about adherence to requirements. Quality assurance is generic and does not concern the specific requirements of the product being developed.
  9. 9. STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES Strong financial back up Qualified staff. Providing our costumers what they want. Targeting both urban and rural markets. Eco friendly herbal product. Use of natural fluoride in place of fluoride used up by other companies. Due to high price of the product it may be unaffordable for people of rural areas to pay for the product. Ayurvedic product. Giant competitors in the market like Colgate ,Pepsodent that are already establish in the market. SWOT ANALYSIS
  10. 10. OPPORTUNITIES THREATS High investment and growth. Growth will occur because of eco friendly toothpaste. As it is a daily usable commodity so company is using intensive distribution technology So that it will available at every shop due to which sales of company's product will be increased day by day. As the world is becoming a global village so company had also opportunities to grow globally. As the company is entering into new market and launching a new product so there is always chances of failure of the product. Company have to face a lots and lots of competition from the competitors already present the market. It is an Ayurvedic product and there are so many international companies present in the market so it is threat for the company.
  11. 11. OBJECTIVE “To observe how to manage and test various samples through various instruments in the labs”. “Analyse the quality of the product in the company”. In the mean while of the lab working my knowledge about labs and its working process, communication and managing skills are increased.
  12. 12. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY This study is basically based on lab working and testing process of various herbal product or herbs samples. My research is done with the help of primary data which I collected from one to one interaction with these labs. In this process I learned that how sample can be tested , managed and recorded. And also I know how various code are given to samples and making their final COA(Certificate of Analysis).
  13. 13. Cont. Area Covered: QA/QC labs of Himalaya drug company, Dehradun. Research Tool: One to One Observation of various lab and their working through various instruments.
  14. 14. DATA ANALYsis In the labs of QA/QC samples can be analyzed through various parameters. These parameters are as follows:- ANALITICAL LAB RESULTS PARAMETERS: Description:- Colour Odour Taste Foreign Organic Matter Ethanol Soluble Extractive Value Ash Value Acid Insoluble Ash Loss on Drying On the basis of these parameters samples are tested in a Analytical Lab and figure out the correct results of the samples.
  15. 15. Cont. MICROBIOLOGY LAB RESULT PARAMETER: There are following microbiology lab result parameters which are as follows:- Herbs leaves Powder Total Aerobic Microbial Count (TAMC) Total Yeast & Moulds Count (TYMC) Pathogens E. coli Salmonella special Pseudomonas Aenefinusa Staphylococcus Aurous
  16. 16. CONCLUSION The conclusion of the project is to study the “management of samples and testing of samples by various instruments in the labs of QA/QC department of the Himalaya Drug Company, Dehradun”. In Analytical lab we study how samples can be analyzed and tested by various chemicals and instruments. Once the test is passed then it will goes to instrumental lab 1(AAS). In instrument lab 1(Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer) in this lab heavy metals and toxic metal can be analyzed and their concentration in PPB (Parts per Billion), volume, duration time, RSD (Revised Standard Deviation). In this absorption wave length (As-193.7nm, Cd-228.8nm, Hg-253.7nm, Pb-283.3nm, Cu-324.8nm). In another instrument lab 2 (High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography) same sample can be analyzed. This lab is also known as finger printing lab. In this lab samples photo is taken on various UV light like: 254nm, 366nm and white light. After these two lab has analyzed the sample the sample finally goes to microbiology lab where fungus and bacteria can be analyzed in samples and try to remove that bacteria and fungus.
  17. 17. SUGGESTIONS The overall experience in THE HIMALAYA DRUG COMPANY, DEHRADUN is excellent but somehow I feel that company need some improvement in various places in QA/QC department for better results . The first thing that I observe in the labs is that the instrument which is used to analyze the samples are old. Now a days there are much better and improved technology and instruments are coming in the market. If company give preference to that instruments and technology then company provide better results and make healthy profit in the market. Second thing I suggest that company has only two plants in India first in Dehradun and second is in Bangalore. Company must need more units in India to increase their production and make more products at a same time.
  18. 18. LIMITATIONS Area Limitation:- My area is limited in the labs of QA/QC department. I didn’t visit the production department of the company for collecting the more data. So its also one of the disadvantage for me. Sample Size:- There are lots of samples in bulk quantity. So the sample size is very big.