Imperative for MSMEs to improve quality systems: QCI
New Delhi, August 30 (KNN) The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) in the country must focus greatly on improving the quality systems in order to ensure Zero Effect Zero Defect (ZED), Quality Council of India (QCI) has said.
The Council stressed upon the importance of ZED in order to achieve seamless growth both in terms of its impact on the environment as well as with regard to the quality of products.
QCI added that the ZED helps the MSMEs to upgrade their manufacturing systems with the latest standards. Also it helps chart action plan for the unit in order to face standard test even in the global market.
The Quality Council made these remarks during a MSME workshop. Also the state government signed over eight MoUs with Central organizations as well as private companies aiming at improving business practices in the sector.
Government officials including Executive Director (MSME), Rajendra Kondepati, Joint Director (MSME), S.V. Giridhar Rao and District Industries Centre General Managers Ramalinga Raju (Visakhapatnam), Uday Bhaskar (Vizianagaram) were present at the workshop along with the officials from QCI, NPC and NSE. (KNN/ DA)