Proud to announce Sri Vishnu Educational Society has received ‘IMC RAMKRISHNA BAJAJ NATIONAL QUALITY AWARD 2017 – EDUCATION’ a prestigious national level award for performance excellence in Education domain.

The IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Awards was instituted in 1996 by IMC Chamber of Commerce & Industry to give special recognition to performance excellence in Indian organizations.

The Award process is a highly structured and transparent system involving individual assessment, consensus meetings and site visits. There are 4 stages in which the entire assessment process showcases a great level of open communication between applicant organization and IMC RBNQA Trust

The IMCRBN quality award is equivalent to the international Malcolm Baldrige  award, recognising organisational excellence in education. The last time we won this award is in 2011 and are once again with improved systems and performances.
Started in 1995 the IMC Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award Trust is a joint initiative of the IMC Chamber of Commerce & Industry and the House of Bajaj. The first Award Cycle began in 1997.
At the IMC they see the Ramkrishna Bajaj National Quality Award (RBNQA) program as a nation-building exercise. The IMC RBNQ Award process reaches out to Indian organizations across the country – over 600 organizations from North, South, West and East of India have expressed their intent to apply. More than 400 organizations have gone through the entire evaluation process to achieve various levels of recognition.
The IMC RBNQA Criteria for Performance Excellence believes in a holistic approach towards achieving organizational excellence. .
The Criteria of evaluation is built on the following set of interrelated core values and concepts:
• visionary leadership
• customer-driven excellence
• organizational and personal learning
• valuing workforce members and partners
• agility
• focus on the future
• managing for innovation
• management by fact
• societal responsibility
• focus on results and creating value
• systems perspective

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