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Lucas Tvs wins 1st place at 23rd QC Circle Convention Regional Finals Print E-mail
Written by Hari   
Wednesday, 29 December 2010
Chennai: The Sun Beam Quality Circle team of Lucas TVS Ltd, Puducherry won the First Place in the 23rd QC Circle Convention – Regional Finals, organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry – Southern Region in Chennai.

A total of  13 Quality Circle teams from Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Puducherry & Tamil Nadu participated in this Convention. The Second prize was won by the Sukhoi Quality Circle of  Sundaram Clayton Ltd, Hosur and the third prize was bagged by the Techno Plus Quality Circle of Carborundum Universal Ltd, Maniyar.

These three teams from the southern region who have been winners today, would compete with the winners of other regions – Northern Region, Eastern Region & Western Region at the National Level, Quality Circle competition to be held at New Delhi.

Quality circles have emerged as a mechanism to develop and utilise the tremendous potential of people for improvement in product quality and productivity.

CII has been continuously advocating the need for increased attention to quality and productivity by industry and is spreading the message of quality and the need for Total Quality Management.  Quality circle is one of the employee participation methods. It implies the development of skills, capabilities, confidence and creativity of the people through cumulative process of education, training, work and participation. It also implies the creation of facilitative conditions and environment of work, which creates and sustains their motivation and commitment towards work excellence.

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