Quality & Productivity

16
May
2018

16-05-2018 9:00 am - 18-05-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.19,470.00

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 has now joined the elite 17-member group of 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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21
May
2018

21-05-2018 9:00 am - 24-05-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.25,960.00

INTRODUCTION

Acceptance of validated test results is an important requirement in national / international business scenario. This can happen only when proper validation of the test results is done. This process of validation establishes confidence in customers regarding the products; more so when the testing and calibrating laboratories have been accredited by the recognized bodies. As part of accreditation, a Laboratory's Quality Management System is thoroughly evaluated on a regular basis to ensure continued technical competence and compliance with the standard. To achieve this objective, laboratory accreditation based on ISO/IEC 17025: 2017 - General Requirements for the Competence of Testing and Calibration Laboratories, is an accepted norm world over. In India, NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories) controls the laboratory accreditation based on ISO / IEC 17025: 2017.

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24
May
2018

24-05-2018 9:00 am - 25-05-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.12,980.00

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION ISO/IEC17025 was developed by laboratory experts from all over the world, along with 18 liaison organizations, such as the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC), and many associations’ represent-ing laboratories.

In 2017, ISO published a new version revision to ISO/IEC 17025 (previously published in 2005) to ensure that requirements continue to meet the demands of the modern market place. As a consequence, it has been agreed that laboratories that demonstrate conformity through third-party accreditation will need to transition their processes to the new version within a defined timeframe. ILAC, in consultation with ISO, agreed that a three year period from the date of publication shall be allowed for this transition.

The last version of ISO/IEC17025 was published in 2005 and, since then, market conditions and technology have changed. The new version covers technical changes, vocabulary and developments in IT techniques. It also takes into consideration the latest version of ISO 9001. ISO/IEC17025 enables laboratories to demonstrate that they operate competently and generate valid results, thereby promoting confidence in their work both nationally and around the world.

ISO/IEC17025 is useful for any organization that performs testing, sampling or calibration and wants reliable results. This includes all types of laboratories, whether they be owned and operated by government, industry or, in fact, any other organization. The standard is also useful to universities, research centres, governments, regulators, inspection bodies, product certification organizations and other conformity assessment bodies with the need to do testing, sampling or calibration.

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06
Jun
2018

06-06-2018 9:00 am - 08-06-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.19,470.00

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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11
Jun
2018

11-06-2018 9:00 am - 13-06-2018 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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20
Jun
2018

20-06-2018 9:00 am - 21-06-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.12,980.00

INTRODUCTION

Measurements are always made for a purpose – may be to answer a specific question or to help solve a problem. Whenever a measurement is made there will always be some uncertainty about the result due to unavoidable errors in the measurement process. The validity of absolute measurements made have little meaning unless the uncertainty of the test or calibration process is known. Many standards, including ISO/IEC 17025 and ISO/TS 16949, require that the uncertainty of measurement be taken into account when performing test and calibration activities. Knowledge of the uncertainty associated with measurement results allows a judgment to be made as to whether the data are likely to be ‘fit for purpose’. If comparisons of results are being made, The evaluation of the uncertainty associated with measurement results is a requirement for testing laboratories accredited to ISO/IEC 17025.

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11
Jul
2018

11-07-2018 9:00 am - 13-07-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.19,470.00

INTRODUCTION

With a plan-do-check-act and risk based approach being applied to quality, health, safety and environmental management, we have seen the development of individual standards, such as ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001. Between the risks in each of these areas and the way they can be managed, there is much that is common. As a result, many organisations are merging the fragmented management systems into a single integrated management system. In addition, with the increasing acceptance that all these types of risk can be seen as threats to the business, organizations are now looking at how business opportunity and risk can be universally managed using a truly integrated management system that covers the totality of the business operations. An Integrated Management System is a single integrated system used by an Organization to manage the totality of its processes in order to meet the Organization’s objectives and equitably satisfy the stakeholders.

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