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National Quality Awards announced

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The winners for the Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Awards for the year 2010 have been declared.

 

New Delhi. The Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution has announced the annual awards and commendation certificates for the seventeenth Rajiv Gandhi National Quality Awards for the year 2010.

The Best of All Awards has been won by Vikram Cement Works (A unit of Ultratech Cement Limited), Khor, Madhya Pradesh. The other category award winners include Ashok Leyland Limited, Bhandara, Maharashtra (Large Scale Manufacturing Industry); Kudale Instruments Private Limited, Pune, Maharashtra (Small Scale Manufacturing Industry); and Chaitanya Hospital, Chandigarh, Punjab (Small Scale Service Industry).

In addition to these awards, ten organizations have been selected for commendation certificates under various categories.

The award winners and recipients of commendation certificates were selected from a total of 64 applicants from various sectors following vigorous evaluation by a group of qualified and trained professionals from different spheres of intellectual activity. Awards would be presented by Prof. K.V. Thomas, Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution in a ceremony scheduled to be held later on.

The awards, given annually, were instituted by the Bureau of Indian Standards in the year 1991 with a view to encouraging Indian manufacturing and service organizations to strive for excellence and giving special recognition to those, who are considered to be the leaders of quality movement in India.

 

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