New Delhi: Quality Council of India (QCI) along with PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI) is organizing its 11th Regional Quality Conclave (RQC) on 20 December at Rudrapur in Uttarakhand. The Conclave will be inaugurated by Madan Kaushik, Minister of Urban Development Government of Uttarakhand. Faggan Singh Kulaste, Minister of State (MoS), Ministry of Steel, will also attend.
The theme of the Rudrapur RQC is ‘Advance Manufacturing with Quality, Innovation & Technology Interventions,’ and the objective of the Conclave is to create awareness about significance of quality culture in businesses, deliberate on how organizations could continuously improve, and innovate and share technological advancements like Industry 4.0 and predictive maintenance.
The Conclave will have sessions on adding value in manufacturing and supply chain with digital transformation, mapping organization’s route to quality, and up skilling for Industry 4.0, and leadership and engagement strategies for sustaining innovation and quality culture.
Experts in the fields of creating quality culture, advance manufacturing, Industry 4.0 and leadership and engagement strategies will participate in the Rudrapur Conclave to lead discussions and lay down the roadmap for future steps to be taken for the 4.0 engineering revolution in India.
The Conclave expects to receive more than 150 participants from top organizations from Uttarakhand region. District Udham Singh Nagar and Rudrapur are major industrial and educational hubs of Uttarakhand. Many infrastructure industries, motor vehicle companies and FMCG industries have their units in Rudrapur. Through this Conclave, the Quality Council of India hopes to reach out to industries in the hilly regions of the country.