Quality & Productivity

20
Feb
2018

20-02-2018 9:00 am - 22-02-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.19,470.00

INTRODUCTION

AS9100 D is a widely adopted and standardized quality management system for the aerospace industries developed by SAE during 1998. The standard defines the requirements in line with the requirements of FAA for an organization to deliver products & services of a high degree of acceptable quality because of the criticality of the process involved in the aerospace industries. The requirements are intended to make significant improvements in quality and reductions in cost throughout the value stream. AS 9100 D Standards includes several new requirements and clauses that focus on planning, project management, risk management and configuration management etc. Conformance to AS9100 provides international credibility that an organization adheres to the strictest quality standards required for aerospace industries.

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25
Feb
2018

25-02-2018 9:00 am - 28-02-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.25,960.00

INTRODUCTION

As we humans evolve, we mature and our level of understanding increases. We comprehend the value of sensitization and handling things intelligently. Gone are the days of dictatorship and dominance. In the prevailing times we need to view this paradigm shift closely and wholeheartedly. Soft Skills are the need of the hour which every organization is realizing and the sooner they realize the better is the growth. Training on soft skills starts at the individual level where the individual acknowledges the need for sensitivity and empowering others. The mere presence of communicating with the right tone and words at the right time makes the response of another individual acknowledging and polite. This training improves the Quality of Work Life of employees, thereby raising their levels of productivity and satisfaction. The basis of any organization is Team Building. An organization can perform well if the people involved understand the essence of Team Building and are ready to do away with their individualistic approach

Rs.25,960.00 50
12
Mar
2018

12-03-2018 9:00 am - 16-03-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.33,040.00
INTRODUCTION
Outcome based education (OBE) is learner-centric model that focuses on measuring performance through outcomes. Outcomes include knowledge, skills and attitudes. Its focus remains on evaluation of outcomes of the program by stating the knowledge, skill and behavior a graduate is expected to attain upon successful completion and after 4 – 5 years of graduation. In the OBE model, the required knowledge and skill sets for a particular engineering degree is predetermined and the students are evaluated for all the required parameters (Outcomes) during the course of the program.
The induction of India in the Washington Accord in 2014 with the permanent signatory status of The National Board of Accreditation (NBA) is considered a big leap forward for the higher-education system in India. It means that an Engineering graduate from India can be employed in home and other host countries who are signatories to the Accord. For Indian Engineering Institutions to get accredited by NBA according to the pacts of the Accord, it is mandatory that engineering institutions follow the Outcome Based Education (OBE) model. Accreditation can be easily obtained once institution adopts and integrates OBE into their system.
The OBE model measures the progress of the graduate in three parameters, viz., Program Educational Objectives (PEO); Program Outcomes (PO); and Course Outcomes (CO). The institution is at liberty to choose an appropriate method of assessment during the program. The adoption of OBE at engineering institutions is considered to be a great step forward for higher education in India but the actual success lies in the effective adoption and stringent accreditation process to ensure the quality of education is sustained.
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