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PPT presented to the students of I MBA students of St. Joseph's Engineering College, Vamanjoor-India on their Induction Programme dealing with preparing a campus agenda for quality enhancement ...

PPT presented to the students of I MBA students of St. Joseph's Engineering College, Vamanjoor-India on their Induction Programme dealing with preparing a campus agenda for quality enhancement professionally

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  • 1. A Managerial Quest for Quality Identification and Definition-B.V.Raghunandan, SVS College, Bantwal
    Induction Programme of I MBAs,
    St.Joseph’s Engineering College,
    Vamanjoor, Mangalore-October 4, 2011
  • 2. Current Technology & Products
    Changing Technology
    Fast Changing Material Science
    Multi-Tasking
    Convergence
    Miniaturised Devices
    Home Delivery
    Warrantees
  • 3. Yet, Quality?
    Quality Suffers
    Plenty of Products become Wastes
    Product Recall is Increasing
    Design Defect is Increasing
    Electronic Garbage
    Lack of Consistency
    Better Appearances and Lesser Performance
  • 4. Causes of Quality Impairment
    Divergence between Qualification and Quality
    Continuous Quest for Qualification Portfolio
    Divergence between Academic Institutions and Industry
    Incompetent Educationists & Curriculum Hype
    Demand made by Insignificant Skills
    Multiple Demands on Time
    Wealthy Lifestyles and Distractions
  • 5. Campus Agenda
    Time Management
    Focus in Every Operational Detail
    Minimising Distractions
    Increasing the Speed of Work Execution
    Required Use of Mobiles and Internet
    Proper Use of Library
    Reduced Chitchatting
  • 6. Class Agenda
    100% Attendance
    Developing Listening Ability
    Observation
    Interaction
    More Listening and Less Writing
    Developing Reading Abilities
    Assignments on Priority
  • 7. Project Reports
    Early Selection of Topic
    Preparing a Project for Implementation in the Future
    Developing Writing Skills
    Avoiding the Usage of Expressions of Corporate Brochure
    Making a Lot of Preliminary Groundwork
  • 8. Extra-Curricular Activities
    Organising Events
    Improving communicative Skills
    Developing Ability to Decode complex human expressions
    Negotiating Skills
    Building Up Teams
    Control of Emotions
  • 9. Quality
    Cost Effective
    Long Lasting
    Avoiding Wastages
    Avoiding Unnecessary Changes
    Profit to the Seller and Benefit to the Buyer
    Keeping the Size of Operation at Manageable Levels
    Minimising the Time when people are off the Real Work
  • 10. THANK YOU