Quality Council of India (QCI) was established as a National body for Accreditation on recommendations of Expert Mission of EU after consultations in Inter-ministerial Task Force, Committee of Secretaries and Group of Ministers through a Cabinet decision in 1996 ....Read More
In view of the fire incidence in QCI Office in Engineers Bhawan, 2nd Floor, 2 Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg, New Delhi – 110002, the office of the (Secretary General, HR & Admn. dept., Finance dept. & NABCB) have been shifted to Indian Council for Child Welfare (ICCW) Building , 2nd Floor, 4-Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg New Delhi - 110002, till further orders and the phone lines/EPBX numbers are currently not working.
The two main pillars of any manufacturing-driven economy are Quality and Productivity. Many countries have used this in the past (e.g. Japan) and even today are using this to attract world Investors and Manufacturers (e.g. Bangladesh and Vietnam). India needs to build the same pillars for manufacturing excellence. The key for India is to create awareness among the manufacturers across the chain i.e. raw material, intermediate and finished products manufacturers. Hon’ble Prime Minister has also emphasized that ‘Made in India’ products should not only meet global demand but also get greater global acceptance by building credibility. A key step in this process of improving quality and productivity is to foster a quality-driven mindset. Read more...
Quality Best Practices is a compendium of selected QCI-D.L. Shah Quality Award Winning Case Studies” of different sectors ranging from manufacturing, services to healthcare and education. This publication is brought out every year and has been acknowledged as an important resource for quality professionals and quality managers in any industry.
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