Activities Round Up

Date : 10 Jan to 10 Jan 2015
Place : West Bengal
Organised by : FISME

FISME organises Awareness Programme on QMS/QTT in West Bengal

FISME organised “Awareness Programmes on Quality Management Standards and Quality Technical Tools” (QMS/QTT) under NMCP scheme sponsored by Development Commissioner, Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India.
In a nationwide series of 8 programmes spread across eight states, FISME in association with its industry partner, Federation of Small & Medium Industries (FOSMI) and Santiniketani Artistic Leather Goods Manufacturers Welfare Association successfully organised another one in the series of awareness programme on Quality Management Standards (QMS) and Quality Technical Tools (QTT) with special reference to Leather Sector at Santiniketani Leather Association Seminar Hall, Santiniketan, Birbhum on Saturday 10, January 2015.

Shri Hiranmay Ganguly, Secretary, FOSMI introduced the programme to the large gathering and welcomed Shri Mansij Kushwya, Branch Manager of Oriental Bank of Commerce, Shri Dinesh Prasad, Chief Manager, Allahabad Bank, Prof. Santanu Jena, Assistant Professor, Silpa Sadan, Viswa Bharati University and Shri Sitanath Mukhopadhayay, Assistant Director, MSME-DI, Kolkata, Ministry of MSME, Government of India and emphasized the need for such programmes for developing the competitiveness of units in the MSME Sector. Shri Ganguly’s address was followed by speeches by Shri Mansij Kushwya and Shri Dinesh Prasad. Both of them stressed the need for adopting efficient processes to produce products capable of achieving customer satisfaction and acknowledged the importance of holding awareness programmes on methods conducive to attain the goal.

Thereafter the Chief Guest Prof. Jena delivered his keynote address. In his address he also emphasized the need for adopting methods to produce quality product to compete in the world market. In this connection he made a special reference to Chinese products which are dominating the world market and the need for Indian manufacturers to gear up to compete at par with the Chinese counter parts.

After a short break the technical sessions began with Shri S. N. Mukhopadhyay acting as the faculty. Shri Mukhopadhyay made a power point presentation each for QMS & QTT with reference to the leather sector. His coverage of the subjects was exhaustive. The presentation was followed by a lively question and answer session.

Shri Debabrata Sengupta, Secretary of Santiniketani Artistic Leather Goods Manufacturers Welfare Association offered a vote of thanks to bring the event to conclusion.