Governing Council Members 2017-19


Mr. Ravi Kumar Pispati
Chairman
Mr. R.B.Madhekar
Sr.Vice Chairman Industries Lead Faculty
Mr. N.P. Chandok
Vice President Revenue Head
Mr. A.K. Verma
Hon. Treasurer Lead Faculty
Dr. S.B. Purohit
Hon. Secretary
Mr. Aniruddha Kaushik
Joint. Secretary Lead Faculty
Dr. Rajiv Rohila
Head Marketing Education Institute Incharge
Mr. Rajiv Juneja
Head Marketing Education Institute Incharge
Mr. K.K. Muthu
Co-opted Member
Dr K.V.Narrasimham
Co-opted Member
Mr. T.P. Singh
Member
Mr. Abhijit Banerjee
Member Lead Faculty
Mr.R.Rajasekaran
Member Lead Faculty
Mr. Ranjan Banerjee
Member Lead Faculty
Mr. Sameer Kumar
Member
Mr. Ajay Sharma
Member
Mr Ramachandran Nair
Member
Mr. Anil Tandon
Member
Mr. Nilanjan Mukharjee
Member
Mr. R.C. Kapoor
Member
Mr. Pankaj Dudeja
Member
Mrs. Anita Gupta
Member
Mr. Prabodh Kumar
Member
Dr. B.S.Satyanarayana
Member
Mr. Rajesh Mangla
Member
Mr Krishan Gopal Sharma
COO

About QCFI

QCFI is recognized as the institution representing the Quality Circle Movement In India and has represented the country in several international forums. The organization has successfully implemented Quality concepts under the TQM umbrella across several industry verticals who have experienced a phenomenal enhancement of their work processes and productivity after implementation of Quality Concept Tools.
QCFI represents India in the 13 nation International Committee that has been set up for organizing International conventions on Quality Concept Circle, annually. To date, QCFI has organized three International convention in India. In addition, chapter convention and National convention are held every year where members present case studies and technical papers are discussed by leading Quality Concept Practitioners. In-house Training and Orientation Programs is QCFI’s main strengths and has conducted numerous such training programs effectively. These in-house programs are based on Quality Circles integrated with TQM and related concepts.
On 31st December 1982 the Quality Circle Forum of India was registered as a non-profit and non-political organization under AP Public Society’s Act with following Objectives:

 

Vision

Quality Circle Forum of India shall be a national center for propagation of quality concepts and philosophy with special focus on Quality Circles for promoting material, human and spiritual level of people.

 

Mission


History

Quality Circle concept was first introduced by BHEL, Ramachandrapuram Hyderabad in the year 1981 in India with the initiation of Mr. S.R. Udpa – GM-Operations. He received the needed support from senior management of BHEL headed by Mr. Madhav Rao. Mr. K.L. Puri, Chairman and Managing Director of BHEL also encouraged this concept by his active involvement.
Prof. V. Narayana of Indian Statistical Institute (ISI) of Hyderabad too had knowledge about concept of Quality Circle and ISI, also had presentation material available on the concept. With the help of this material, programmes were conducted in various places and BHEL also rent support by sharing its experiences.
Dr.R.C.Agarwal, President, JK Jute Mills Ltd., initiated workers participation in management in 1977. In 1981 he heard about Quality Circles and got in touch with JUSE who directed him to Mr. S.R. Udpa. On his invitation Mr. S.R. Udpa twice visited Kanpur, out of which once with BHEL Quality Circle members. Then M/s JK Jute Mills Ltd., started the QC movement in 1982. Later on they, with the help of Asian Productivity Council invited Mr. Ichiro Miyayuchi of JUSE. Dr.Gaur Hari Singhania and Mr. Ramapati Singhania also took keen interest and with Miyayuchisan’s training it was firmly institutionalised in M/s JK Synthetics Ltd. and M/s JK Jute Mills Ltd.
Dr. A. N. Saxena who was the Director General of National Productivity Council also got interested in the concept of Quality Circle and got associated with this movement. Thus Quality Circle movement started spreading in India in a small way but gradually expanded.
In fact, world over most of the countries became aware of this concept only in 80s, even though Japanese had been practicing it from the 1960s. Of course, South Korea and Taiwan introduced it much earlier with the help of Japan (1975).

Activities at OCFI Delhi Chapter

 

Objectives


About Us

QCFI Delhi chapter is the Delhi chapter of QCFI.

Address

QCFI Delhi Chapter
408, Second Floor
Ganpati Arcade, Gurudawara Road
Gurugram, Haryana 122001

Newsletter