Convention on Quality Concepts Gets Underway in Visakhapatnam

Published: 25th September 2015 04:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th September 2015 05:08 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM:Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) director (Finance) TVS Krishna Kumar said that organisations could remain competitive only by leveraging human resource. Companies have to nurture creativity, innovation and free­ flow of ideas across boundaries and advocate a disciplined and methodical approach for continuous improvement, he added.

Krishna Kumar inaugurated the 15th Chapter Convention on Quality Concepts, CCQC­-2015, conducted by Quality Circle Forum of India (QCFI), Visakhapatnam Chapter, Thursday.

On the occasion, he asked the industry to encourage employees to actively involve in Quality Circle and 5-’S’ movement to tap their latent potential and creativity in order to achieve overall improvement.

A total of 106 teams with 700 Quality Circle members and facilitators from 26 organisations like Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, NTPC Simhadri, Naval Dockyard, Naval Armament Depot, RCF Mumbai, Amar Raja Batteries, Tirupati, BEL, Chennai and Ongole, NTPC-Ramagundam and JUSCO-Jamshedpur are taking part in the two-day convention.

The theme for the convention is ‘Make in India - A Vision through Quality Concepts’. CARE Hospitals medical director T Mohan Maharaj, RINL general manager and chairman of QCFI Vizag Chapter V Narayana, Vizag QCFI Chapter secretary DV Rama Sarma and BR Bangray from QCFI headquarters spoke.

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