CMIA accredited with ‘Gold’ grade rating
Updated: Apr 17, 2017 05:13:10am
New Delhi, Apr 17 (KNN) The Chamber of Marathwada Industries And Agriculture (CMIA) has been accredited ‘GOLD’ grade rating at state level by the National Accreditation Board for Education and Training (NABET), Quality Council of India(QCI), under Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP).
Kalraj Mishra, Union Minister of MSME awarded the certificate to Gurpreet Singh Bagga, President, CMIA in a ceremony during the workshop titled “Set Wings to Industry 4.0” organized recently.
The Accreditation process is developed by the Ministry of MSME, GIZ (German Development Corporation), Quality Council of India (QCI) and takes into consideration the governance, operations, services, performance and reviews.
“The rating is the Hall Mark of Quality, Credibility, and Capability of the organization. This rating offers aligning with best practices strengthening the Prime Minister’s ‘Make-In-India’ & ‘Stand-up-India.
Responding to this, CMIA said, “This recognition to CMIA inspire and promote all of CMIA members to excel more and provides the BMO with a framework to plan, establish, operate, monitor and improve services. Initiate new innovative programs, ventures, provide services par excellence.” (KNN/ DA)