Quality & Productivity

04
May
2017

04-05-2017 9:00 am - 06-05-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.18,975.00

INTRODUCTION

With the advent of globalization, the Technical and Higher education system in India has been subjected to major changes. However, Quality of Education and training being imparted in Technical Education Institutions varies from excellent to poor, with some institutions comparing favorably with the best in the world and others not able to achieve even minimum standard of Quality. For improving quality and facilitate mobility of our students across the globe, Government of India took some steps. In 1986, Government of India came out with National Policy on Education. As a follow up of this policy statement, Government of India established two separate bodies namely National Board of Accreditation (NBA) through All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and National Assessment & Accreditation Council (NAAC) through University Grants Commission (UGC) in the year 1994. Both the bodies provide accreditation to those institutions practicing prescribed Quality Assurance System and achieve specified level of Quality as per the criteria defined. While NBA focuses largely on the parameters that communicate the strength & weakness of a program, NAAC concentrates on Institutional Accreditation. NBA accreditation is also made mandatory for the engineering colleges. India joined the elite 17-member group of Washington Accord permanent signatories. Washington Accord is an international accreditation agreement for Engineering Degrees among prominent nations of the world. The agreement is aimed at promoting mobility and quality assurance of engineers across international boundaries. The Accord requires member nations to ensure that the highest quality assurance standards are implemented in their technical and engineering programs. Government of India also conceived Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TEQIP) to improve Quality of Technical Education suiting to current National & Global requirements. The present scheme of NBA accreditation is outcome based unlike in the past. This training program is conceived to facilitate understanding of what constitutes program outcomes and Program Educational Objectives and how to formulate and achieve these.

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15
May
2017

15-05-2017 9:00 am - 19-05-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.32,200.00

INTRODUCTION

The ISO 14001 Environment Management System (EMS) standard is an internationally recognized Environmental Management Standard. It is a systematic framework to manage the immediate and long term environmental impacts of an organization’s products, services and processes. ISO 14001 Environmental management systems, one of ISO’s most widely used standards, has been revised and new version published in September 2015. The standard maps out a framework that an organization can follow to set up an effective environmental management system. It can be used by any organization regardless of its activity or sector. Using ISO 14001:2015 can provide assurance to the management, employees and as well as external stakeholders that environmental impact is being measured and improved. There is a need for companies, whose activities have impact on the environment to implement ISO 14001 Standard, to continually improve their environmental performance and to demonstrate compliance with the Environmental laws and Regulations.

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06
Jun
2017

06-06-2017 9:00 am - 09-06-2017 5:00 pm

INTRODUCTION

Progress of a country is intricately linked to healthy growth and availability of power. To achieve this goal Power Plants must be highly reliable, efficient and cost effective. Operational and Business Excellence Model can only support in reaching this goal.

This training program is designed such that it will help power plants to:

 Adopt systems based approach in all operations, improve effectiveness and integrate various management systems like Quality, Environment, Safety etc.

 Continually improve all the processes in the Power Plant by applying Modern Quality Improvement and Problem solving Tools & Methods by focusing on the needs of customers, regulators, as well as optimizing existing activities in the proceses.

 Apply Quality management Principles and Business Excellence Model to systematically measure, monitor and improve Enablers and Results.

 Follow Reliability and Productivity based Maintenance. Conduct Failure Analysis, Risk Assessment on Systems, Processes and Products

 Apply latest Information Technology package for Performance Analysis, Diagnostics and Optimization (PADO)

Application of Quality Management Principles, Methods and Tools along with Business Excellence Model not only improves overall efficiency but organizational growth and employee engagement also.

20
Jun
2017

20-06-2017 9:00 am - 22-06-2017 5:30 pm
Rs.18,975.00

INTRODUCTION

Till recently, the most common refrain of any organization was that the vigilance set-up in the organization is more of an impediment and hindrance rather than an aid to managerial effectiveness. However today, the perception of the organizations is undergoing a paradigm shift and vigilance is being viewed as part of the overall risk management strategy of an organization where structures, systems and processes are built in such a manner so as to prevent adverse effect on productivity, profitability and reputation. It is being increasingly recognized that, vigilance in any government, public or private sector is like any other function of management, such as finance, personnel, materials management, contracts, quality control etc. and is thus an integral part of administration. All functions of the organization work in coordination to improve overall effectiveness and to achieve objectives for sustained success of the organization. It is therefore imperative that executives from vigilance and other functions are exposed to this aspect of Management for Total Quality in all the processes of the organization.

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