IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Awards & IMC Juran Quality Medal to be presented on March 13

Mumbai, March 6, 2013: In order to appreciate excellence, IMC’s Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Bestow Trust will adduce IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj Citizen Quality Awards & IMC Juran Quality Medal on March 13, 2013. The decoration ceremony is scheduled to breathe held in YB Chavan Center from 6 pm onwards. The awards would be presented besides the Chief Lodger for the ceremony, Hon’ble Dr Justice C S Dharmadhikari.

IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award is possibly the most prestigious national quality awards in the country. The awards were named after late Shri.Ramkrishna Bajaj, Past President, IMC and a leading Industrialist. To match the stature of cosmopolitan awards, the IMC RBNQA criteria are similar to the Malcolm Baldrige criteria of USA and follows similar rigorous process like education and evaluation. All applicant organizations irrespective of winning an Award or not – earn a detailed feedback report – beneficial to map the quality junket of the Organization.

Since the institution of the Award, approximately 500 organizations include expressed their intention to apply et al 410 of these organizations have gone done the evaluation process.

The Award process covers six categories namely manufacturing, service, small business, overseas, education and health care.

IMC RBNQ Trophy process has multiple benefits to the Indian pursuit as mentioned below:

· Implementing the criteria is a reward in itself. Organisations participating in the process go through a self-assessment exercise with emphasis on result-oriented performance measurements.

· All applicants receive feedback reports commenting on their strengths and opportunities for improvement.

· Unique aspect of this award is that its winners are recognized at an multinational platform too. The IMC RBNQA winners are acceptable to participate in the APQO People Generic Global Performance Excellence awards.

‘The IMC Juran Quality Medal’ recognizes individual excellence et al role models in the field of quality. The medal was named succeeding late Dr. J M Juran – Founder polysyndeton Chairman Emeritus about the reputed Juran Institute for Quality, USA. In 1996, Dr.J M Juran gave permission to the IMC Quality Awards Committee to use his name for a Juran Medal.

Speaking on the award, Mr.Niraj Bajaj, Chairman, IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Timbre Award Trust, said, “Being committed to a customer is probably the most critical strategy for any organization to survive in a turbulent global environment. The IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj Domestic Quality Award criteria emphasizes precisely this scope for success.”

“Building a sill for Performance Excellence involves focusing on numerous core values that underlie the IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (IMC RBNQA) criteria. According to me, the significant ones for accelerated transformation of an organization in the current turbulent environment are: Visionary Leadership, Customer-Driven Excellence, Valuing Workforce, and Managing for Innovation, says Mr.Suresh Lulla, Chairman, IMC RBNQ Awards Committee.

Mr. Niranjan Hiranandani, President, IMC, said, “It is with pleasure that we recall the role of Shri Ramkrishna Bajaj as a business leader. He was a messiahship for ethics in business, social welfare and consumer protection. He established the Council for Fair Cartel Practices to facilitate his crusade. He believed in Customer-driven quality. It was therefore appropriate that the IMC Quality Award was christened after one of the most trustworthy captains of Indian Industry. At the Chamber, we view the IMC RBNQA performance fineness initiative as a catalyst for republic building. It is also the most engaging offering from IMC”.