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TQM Handbook

TQM Handbook

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TQM Handbook
This book is a product of collective thinking and contributions of a large number of people led by Dr. G. Parameshwara, Hon ble Minister for Higher Education, Karnataka. In fact thewhole TQM movement in Karnataka was steered by him with adefiniteness of purpose, to make Karnataka a world class educational capital of India. We are grateful to the Government for giving us this opportunity to launch the TQM movement in Karnataka.Several people researched and sourced the best of material andinformation from relevant books and journals to put togetherthis book. This effort was led by Shri Kamalakar Halambi, presently working as Private Secretary to the Hon ble Minister for Primary and Secondary Education, Government of  Karnataka and supported by Dr. Siddalingaswamy, Coordinator for TQM, Office of the Commissioner of Collegiate Education, Dr. Jayaraj, Director, College Development Council, GulbargaUniversity, Dr. Meena Chandavarkar, Principal, Shri S.R.N. Arts and Commerce College, Bagalkot, Shri Morabada Mallikarjuna, Lecturer, Government First Grade College, Hunsur and Sri Shabir Md. Mustafa Principal, Government First Grade College,Srirangapattana.We also acknowledge the contributions of Shri K. N. Shenoy, Ex-Chairman of CII, Shri N. Srinivasan, Deputy Director General,CII and Shri C. P. Rangachar, Ex-Chairman, CII, Southern Region, in shaping this book. We also recognize the contributions
TQM Handbook
 of Shri K. Dinesh, Founder Director, Infosys and Shri Sanjay Purohit, Senior Manager, Quality Head, Infosys, who fine-tuned our initial document The Roadmap for TQM (14th August, 2002), which was the starting point for the TQM initiative in Karnataka.Our TQM initiatives would not have seen the light of day but forthe constant support and encouragement provided by CLHRD,College for Leadership and Human Resource Development, anaffiliated college of Mangalore University, which has providedvaluable inputs in preparing this book.We acknowledge the services of Dr. Sharada Jayagovind, SSL, Maharanis Science College, Bangalore, for proof checking and giving a final shape to the presentation.We remain grateful to Mr. Shailesh, lecturer, SDM College, Ujire for sketching the caricatures.We welcome feedback in the form of suggestions, additional inputsand opinions to enable us to further improve the approach and content of TQM in education.
(Dr. Latha Pillai)(Lukose Vallatharai)
 AdviserCommissioner for
Collegiate Education
TQM Handbook
If you are planning for ONE year, grow riceIf you are planning for TEN years, grow treesIf you are planning for HUNDRED years, EDUCATE your children
- Confucius
A small body of determined spirits fixed by unquenchable faith in theirmission can alter the course of history.
- M. K. Gandhi
Education is the basis of all growth. The quality of human capital in thestate, that is the physical and mental capabilities of the population, willdetermine its future progress. Education not only improves the facilitiesand skills of people but also dramatically contributes to their physical wellbeing.
- Human Development in Karnataka 1999

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