5-day ZED Assessor Training Programme

The Centre of Total Quality Management (Centre of TQM), PEC University of Technology organized a 5-day ZED Assessor Training in association with Quality Council of India, New Delhi. The objective of the program was to train participants in the assessment process. ZED Scheme is an extensive drive by the Government of India to enhance global competitiveness of MSMEs by providing them financial support in Assessment, Rating and Handholding of its manufacturing processes on Quality and Environment aspects.

The program was culminated today with an on-line evaluation of the participants. Director PEC, Prof Manoj K.  Arora interacted with the participants in the valedictory session. He emphasized that for making good quality product i.e. free from any defect; technical education plays a vital role. We need to produce good quality engineers to realize this vision of Zero effect. Therefore the need of the hour is produce engineers who can work at grass root level.

He apprised that PEC University of Technology is appointing people with good industrial experience in various roles such as Guest Faculty, Visiting Faculty or Emeritus Faculty to provide relevant exposure to young engineering mind.

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