What is the Difference between QA QC and Testing?

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      What is the Difference between QA QC and Testing? Can any one describe in brief…

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      QA (Quality Assurance):
      – Process-oriented & Preventive activity.
      – A set of activities designed to ensure that the development and/or maintenance process is sufficient to ensure a system will meet its objectives.
      – Focusing efforts on enhanced QA processes is one of the best investments an organization can make; because sometimes fixing bugs becomes an expensive issue if the product reaches the QC stage.

      QC (Quality Control):
      – Product-oriented & corrective activity
      – A set of activities designed to evaluate already developed work (product).
      – This involves checking the product against a predetermined set of requirements and verifying that the product meets those requirements.

      – Testing is the subset of Quality Control
      – The process of executing a system with the intent of finding defects.
      – It is the process of executing a system in order to identify bugs in the product so that they get fixed.

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