RESUME a. Name : Dheeraj Mehrotra b.

Profession: Head, Total Quality Management in Education (Training Cell) , City Montessori School, Kanpur Road, Lucknow. c. Date and Place of Birth: 25th October, 1971, Allahabad d. Permanent Address: K-739 Aashiana Colony Kanpur Road, Lucknow - 226 012 INDIA Phone: 0091(0)522-4022030 Correspondence Address: City Montessori School & College Sector D, LDA Colony, Kanpur Road, Lucknow - 226 012 INDIA Phone: 0091(0)522-2435690, 0522-2435690 (Fax), 0091-9335358916 (Mobile) dheeraj.mehrotra (Skype ID) e. Name of the Institution/ School: City Montessori School & College, Kanpur Road, Lucknow- 226 012 e. Educational Details: (i). MS (Education Management) Alagappa University. MPhil (Education): Alagappa University (ii). Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science, DPCS (Computer Software), DGET, Ministry of Labour (Govt. of India) (iii). Post Graduate Diploma in Teacher Training Education, All India Institute of Management Studies, Chennai. (iv). Post Graduate Diploma in Business Management (I Year), University of Allahabad.

(v). Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resource Management, Pondicherry University. (vi). Crash Courses in C++, Unix, Systems Programming from University of Allahabad. (vii). Certificate Course in “Quality Control Circles in Academics”, CMS & QCI International, USA. (viii). Certificate Course in Internet by Datapro. (ix). Certificate Course on DTP (IBM & MAC), University of Allahabad. (x). Undergoing Two Year Post Graduate Diploma in Human Rights (Appeared for 1st Year Exam) (xi). Certified SIX SIGMA professional for White Belt & Yellow Belt from FAQ, INDORE. f. Working Period and Experience: Year Insititution Position Held/ Teaching Classes 1990-1992 Bishop Johnson School, Allahabad Computer Science Teacher (Classes VIX) 1992-1996 Boys’ High School & College, Allahabad Computer Science Teacher (Classes XI-XII) Since 1996 TO 2000 - Till Date City Montessori School & College Computer Science Teacher (Classes XI-XII) Kanpur Road, Lucknow & ( w.e.f. 2000), Head, TQM & Quality Circles Department Integrated with TQM in Education at 10+2 Level.

(g.) Area of Expertise/ Assignments: (i). IT in Education: Engaged in imparting Computer Science since April, 1990. Working towards Quality of IT Education for All. (ii). Six Sigma In Academics: In education, Six Sigma pertains to improving the quality of matter taught, the character generated of the pupils, and the quality of study and school life. With the revolutionary usage of audio-visual devices, like projectors, video conferencing, etc., the students can also be asked to write papers on a particular subject and after the presentation of papers, a discussion can take place on the respective subject. Under this method of imparting knowledge of literacy with quality, the thinking, writing and presentation skills of the students can be kindled. In addition, the existing method of quality improvement through SQCC

(Students Quality Control Circles) have created the value based concept as a preface for the Six Sigma standards. It infuses a spike of excellence, emotional development, humaneness and self discipline. (h). Special Work Done during the teaching Period: Guided children towards preparation of Software/ Projects/ Quality Circles and Total Quality management in Education. Implementing Six Sigma in Education & Quality Circles in Education integrated with Information Technology.

(i). Job Scenario: My job includes teaching Computer Science to children towards developing “Logical Reasoning” for programming logic. It also involves teaching children and Teachers as a Resource Person for the Association of Schools for the ISC, for imparting trends in change in syllabus on IT for ICSE affiliated schools and colleges. It links to the following: (i). Contribution towards spreading Computer Literacy through imparting lessons for Teachers/ Students on behalf of the Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate and Quality Circles for Innovation in Education. (ii). Devised the theory and implementation of Six Sigma In Education. (Source: www.isixsigma.com/library/content/c011029a.asp) (iii). Member team of experts for IT/ Electronics For You Magazines for answering queries. (Letter Enclosed by the Executive Editor, dt. Jan. 17, 1996) (iii). Prepared educational programmes for CMS FM Channel on IT Literacy for Class X & XII students. Organised radio shows with children for class X (ICSE) curriculum for Indian School Certificate Examinations for Computer Application using BlueJ. (iv). Regular talks on IT Education and Personality Development at CMS FM 90.4 Mega Hertz. (v). Organised Computer Training for Employees of State Bank Of India at SBI Staff Training College, Allahabad. (vi). Conducted Training Programme for Teachers of Computer Science for ICSE Schools of Rajasthan & Harayana on behalf of the Association of Schools for the ISC at Children’s Academy, Jaipur. (vii). Conducted Training Programme for Teachers of Computer Science for ICSE Schools of Orissa on behalf of the Association of Schools for the ISC at Cambridge School, Cuttack.

(viii). Conducted Training Programme at DEOGHAR for Computer Application: Class X (ICSE) for teachers of ICSE Schools of BIHAR & JHARKHAND during January, 2006. (ix). Examiner, ISC Board (XII) for Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi for the last four years. (x). Honoured for the excellent performance of the students of Computer Science for ISC (10+2) level Examination over the years. (xi). Honoured for Successful Organisation of International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles in the year 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003 & 2005. (xii). Lead the team at the FIfth International Competition for Science, QUANTA’99. (xiii). Awarded Certificate of Appreciation for Successful Co-ordination of THE NIIT Quality Education Competition. (xiv). Invited to join team of Experts at ELECTRONICS FOR YOU magazine, at EFY Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi. (xv). Awarded Certificate of Honour for preparing students for 4th International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles who won the Outstanding Performance Award (Deming Award). (xvi). Honoured for not availing a single day leave in the Academic Session 20032004 at workplace. (xvii). Awarded for outstanding services in imparting training to form “Quality Control Circles” at Schools. (xviii). Awarded for 100% distinction in Computer Science by the students in the board examinations of ICSE and ISC for the year 2001. (xix). Honoured for the excellent performance of the students in the various level competitions related to Computer Science (1998). (xx). Honoured for the excellent performance of the students in Computer Fair And Seminar during 1996, 1997, 1999 & 2000. (xxi). Honoured for the excellent performance of the students in MACFAIR International 1999 & 2001. (xxii). Honoured for excellent performance of the students in the ISC- 2000 Board Examination in Computer Science. (xxiii). Honoured for being declared as an outstanding CMS teacher of ISC section in the Academic Session 2000-2001.

(xxiv). Conducted International training for 40 Computer Teachers of Nepal, at Kathmandu, Nepal on behalf of Ratnasagar Publising Co. of India. (xxv). Conducted International Training on TQM In Education for Teachers and Principals of Schools of Mauritius during the National Convention in Aug. 2006, at the University of Mauritius. (xxvi). Regularly conducting Educational Technology Development Programmes for Principals and Teachers at International TQM Academy at college with courses related to SIX SIGMA IN EDUCATION and 5S. (j). Social Welfare work/ achievements: (i). Developed website for computer literacy (www.computerscienceexpertise.com), towards IT Literacy For All. (ii). Developed e-books for English, Computer Science, General Knowledge, IT Jokes, , Learning to earn through surfing. (iii). Contributing writer on www.boloji.com link: http://www.boloji.com/writers/dheerajmehrotra.htm (iv). JGURU forum panel member for programming in JAVA for solving issues related to Programming Logic in JAVA programming. Link: //www.jguru.com/guru/viewforumanswers.jsp?EID=1255995 (v). Delivered lectures on General Concepts to the State Bank of India employees at Staff Training Centre, Allahabad. (vi). Conducted Guest Lectures at Seventh Day Adventist High School, Lucknow towards Computer Science (ISC- 12) Examinations (2005). (vii). Member, Program Committee, Informing Science & Information Technology Education Joint Conference, Macon, Georgia, USA (June 12-15, 2009) (viii). Member, Board of Reviewers for the INSITE 2009, Informing Science & Information Technology Education Conference, Hosted by Macon State College, USA. (k). SEMINARS/ CONFERENCES ATTENDED: (1). Mastering Classroom through Quality Circles at International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles held at Kentucky, USA during 2002. ref. http://www.qci-intl.com/May2002ttt.htm (2). The Quality Learning Organisation at Fourth International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles- 2001. (3). Reviewer of Informingscience.org at Leadership Team

Source: (http://proceedings.informingscience.org/IS2002Proceedings/leadership_team.htm) (4). Attaining Quality Through IT Literacy at the 6th International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles at Lucknow, India during 2003. (5). Content referenced at Quality Guide To Formal and Informal Guiding Processes, Sustainable Environment for the Evaluation of QUality in E-Learning, “Applying Total Quality Management in Academics” (6). Six Sigma Tools Applied to Software: posted at http://www.isixsigma.com/forum/showmessage.asp?messageID=4036 (7). Paper Presentation/ Participation at the National Teachers’ Science Conference’ 2003 titled “Attaining Quality Through IT Literacy” at Bhopal.(2003) (8). Paper Presentation/ Participation at the National Teachers’ Science Conference’ 2004, at Ujjain titled “Using Technology In Education”. (9). Participation at various International & National Competitions on Software Development and Scientific Temper over the years. (10). Participation in the seminar on “Researchers Creative Techniques in Class Room Teaching” on 22nd December at Kancheepuram organised by NES’ National Centre for Research and Development in Education, Science and Technology, Mumbai. (11). Technical Paper Presentation at the National Convention of Computer Educators & Trainers at Patna from 20-21st April, 1996. (12). “Youngest Computer Author” of Allahabad as per the report of Northern India Patrika dt. Oct. 27, 1995. (Enclosed Photocopy) (13). Visited Manila, Philippines for participation at the ICQC’99 for participation as an official delegate with a team of students. (14). Visited Tokyo, Japan for participation at the ICQC’2003 for participation as an official delegate with a team of students. (15). Paper Presentation at 8th International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles, at Lucknow, India (16). Poster Presentation at Computer Society of India, National Convention at Hyderabad, 2005 “ Attaining Quality in Education through IT Literacy”. Link: www.csi2005.org/poster.htm

(17). Paper selected for ORAL Presentation on “SIX SIGMA IN EDUCATION” at 3rd National Teachers’ Science Conference to be held at Mysore on 27th - 30th January, 2006. (18). Paper Presenation at Quality Quest 2004, the 6th Annual Conference at AU-TVS Centre for Quality Management, Anna University, Chennai. (19). Attended “Computer Applications at ICSE Level” training programme at Research, Development & Consultancy Division of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. (20). Attended “Computer Applications at ISC Level CURRICULUM FOR 2000 AD” training programme at Research, Development & Consultancy Division of the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations. (21). Attended “Test Item Writers’ Workshop” held at the Institute of Psychological & Educational Measurement” IPEM & AIACHE, Allahabad. (22). National Convention on Students Quality Control Circles at Mauritius, 2006. (23). International Convention on Quality Control Circles, Beijing, China, 2007. (24). 10th International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles, Lucknow, INDIA. (l). Awards and Achievements : (i). National Teacher Award- 2005, by the Government of India. The award was given the His Excellency, President of India on 5th Sept. 2006 at Vigyan Bhavan, New Delhi on being recommended by the COUNCIL FOR THE INDIAN SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATIONS (CISCE, NEW DELHI). (ii). Jagatguru Sancharaya National Award of Best Teacher of the State of Uttar Pradesh for Innovation in Education by National Education Society, National Centre for Research & Development in Education, Science & Technology, Mumbai on Dec. 23, 2003 at Kancheepuram. (iii). Recipient of State Award of the 2nd Computer Literacy Excellence Award for Schools 2003 in recognition of distinguished performance in imparting Computer Education, the award was received by Dr. (Mrs) Vineeta Kamran, Principal, City Montessori School & Intermediate College, Lucknow on behalf of the SCHOOL by the President of India. (iv). District Award Winner for Broad Outlook Learner Teacher Award (BOLT) by Air India Year 2005-2006.

(v). TCS: EDUCATION WORLD Best Teacher Award: 2006, By Tata Consultancy Services and Education World Magazine. Judged out of best 8 Finalists out of 28,000 applicants. (vi). YOUNG LEADER AWARD by the World Council For Total Quality & Excellence In Education (WCTQEE) with over 20 member nations at the 10th International Convention On Students’ Quality Control Circles. (vi). District Award Winner for Broad Outlook Learner Teacher Award (BOLT) by Air India Year 2007-2008. (vii). Best Science Teacher State Award by the Ministry of Science & Technology, Uttar Pardesh, India for the year 2007-2008, for the state of Uttar Pradesh (The largest State of India).

(m). List of books published: (i). A Complete Course in ISC Computer Science (XI) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (ii). A Complete Course in ISC Computer Science (XII) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (iii). A Complete Course in ICSE Computer Science (IX) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (iv). A Complete Course in ICSE Computer Science (X) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (v). A Complete Course in ICSE Computer Application (IX) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (vi). A Complete Course in ICSE Computer Application (X) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (vii). Computer Science Question Bank for ISC (XII) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (viii). Computer Science Question Bank for ICSE (X) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (ix). Computer Applications Question Bank for ICSE (X) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (x). Computer Science Question Bank for ISC (JAVA) (XII) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xi). Computer Science Question Bank for CBSE (XI-XII) (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xii). Computer Glossary & Abbreviations (Som Sudha, New Delhi) (xiii). Pictorial Computer Dictionary (Firewall Media, New Delhi) (xiv). Shortcuts to success in computing (Firewall Media, New Delhi) (xv). Pocket Internet Browser (Firewall Media, New Delhi) (xvi). 1000 IT Quizzes (Firewall Media, New Delhi)

(xvii). Learning Computers- Class VI (Hans Publications, New Delhi) (xviii). Learning Computers- Class VII (Hans Publications, New Delhi) (xix). Learning Computers- Class VIII (Hans Publications, New Delhi) (xx). CDROM for ICSE Comp. Sc. with 200 C++ Source Codes. (xxi). CDROM for ISC Comp. Sc. with 200 C++ Source Codes. (xxii). Learning Computers Vol. 1 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxiii). Learning Computers Vol. 2 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxiv). Learning Computers Vol. 3 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxv). Learning Computers Vol. 4 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxvi). Learning Computers Vol. 5 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxvii). Learning Computers Vol. 6 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxviii). Learning Computers Vol. 7 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxix). Learning Computers Vol. 8 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxx). CBSE Computer Science for XI (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxxi). CBSE Computer Science for XII (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxxii). ORISSA Board Information Technology for class XI (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxxiii). ORISSA Board Information Technology for class XII (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (xxxiv). MAHARASHTRA Board Information Technology for class XI (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) IN PRESS (xxxv). MAHARASHTRA Board Information Technology for class XII(S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) IN PRESS (xxxvi). Learning Computers Vol. 0 (S.Chand & Co. New Delhi) (n). List of ON-LINE publications in indexed journals/ publications: (i). Six Sigma In Education: www.isixsigma.com/library/content/c011029a.asp (ii). Applying Total Quality Management in Academics: www.isixsigma.com/library/content/c020626.asp (iii). Attaining Quality Through Literacy: www.indianest.com/opinion/0052.htm

(iv). Leadership Team, www.ecommerce.lebow.drexel.edu/eli/2002proceedings/ (v). Six Sigma in Education- March 16, 2003, www.boloji.com/misc/004.htm (vi). Quality Learning Through Quality Teaching, March 23, 2003, www.boloji.com/analysis/069.htm (vii). Total Quality Management (TQM) www.isixsigma.com/me/tqm (viii). Quality Learning- Developing a more informal vision. June 1, 2003. www.boloji.com/outlook/079.htm (ix). IS 2002 Informing Science Conference Programme Committee (Member) 2004.informingscience.org/program_committee.php (x). Transactional Best Practices/ www.halthcare.isixsigma/bp/transactional. (xi). Technical Articles: www.electronicsforu.com/electronicsforu/articles. (xii). TQM in software www.software.isixsigma.com/me/tqm (xiii). Six Sigma, improving products and services using the six sigma Quality Methodology. www.isixsigma.com/me/six_sigma (xiv). Instructional Approach to Classroom Management. www.qciintl.com/may2002ttt.htm (xv). Compute(r) your life to success, The Teenager, Nov. 92. Pg. 32. (xvi). Computer Literacy in Schools, Computer Society of India Communications, Aug. 97, Pg. 20. (xvii). Women Managers on the Rise, Jan. 25, 1993, Northern India Patrika (Allahabad). (xviii). No more a weaker gender, Youth Forum, The Teenager, April, 1993. (xix). Lucrative Summer Camps & Computer Courses, Campus Beat, Patrika (Allahabad). June 16, 1993. (xx). Summer Camps, Computers Today, Open File, June 1993. (xxi). Indiscipline on School & College Campuses, Breeding Rowdies, Blitz- Young Generation, July, 1993. (xxii). What is a software?, Patrika, Sunday Magazine, 8 Aug, 1993. (xxiii). The Tale of Computer, Our Leader, Sept. 5, 1993. (xxiv). Class(y) Education, Blitz, Young Generation, 18th Sept. 1993.

(xxv). Respect : The things Teachers need most, NIP, Oct. 9, 1993. (xxvi). Relevance of Coaching Institutes, Young Delhi, Sept. 1993. (xxvii). Information Technology for Education, Computer Society of India (Newsletter), Nov. 1993. (xxviii). The Buzz World of Computers, Catalyst, Jan. 94, Pg. 35. (xxix). Video Phone, I.T. March 94. (xxx). Computers in Medicine, I.T., May, 94. (xxxi). Paperless Offices, CSI Communications, Pg. 20. (xxxii). Tomorrow’s Classroom, Computer Shiromani, Dec. 94. (xxxiii). Hardware Tips- Before you open your PC and After, Electronics for You, Jan. 1995. (xxxiv). Surf Smoothly, The Internet is Yours, The Hindustan Times, Fri, Jan. 2, 1998. (xxxv). Spreading Computer Literacy in Schools, Hindustan Times, Aug. 4, 1997. (xxxvi). New Dimensions in our education System, Hindustan Times, July 21, 1997. (xxxvii). Net Business Goes Tough, Hindustan Times, Mar. 13, 1998. (xxxviii). The Computer Doom fo the year 2000, Hindustan Times, July 11, 1997. (xxxix). Cell Phones: The smart communication Media, Electronics for you, July, 1998. (xl). The Virus Phobia, i.t., May, 1996. (xli). Computerisation in Banks, i.t., Oct. 1996. (xlii). Java- The latest Craze, Times of India, Jan 13, 1997. (xliii). Taking the Right Course, Computers’ Today, May, 1997. (xliv). C++ Versus Java, Computer Society of India Communications, June, 1997. (xlv). Quality Education Through Information Technology- Myth or Reality?, Addis Tribune, A Tambek International Publication. www.addistribune.com/Archives/2002/07/05-07-02/Quality.htm (xlvi). About the Author: S.Chand’s Publisher’s Monthly, JAN. 2006 issue. (xlvii). Content listed in QUALITY GUIDE TO THE NON-FORMAL AND INFORMAL LEARNING PROCESS, “Applying Total Quality Management in Academics” Page 51.

Link: http:// www.education-observatories.net/seequel/SEEQUELTQM_Guide_for_informal_learning.pdf (xlviii). Six Sigma in Education write-up posted at EUROPE based website of isixsigma.com. Link: http://europe.isixsigma.com/library/content/c011029a.asp (xlix). Regular contributor of QUALITY WORLD, magazine from New Delhi on TQM in Education and SIX SIGMA philosophies. (o.) Particulars of memberships in academic/ societies/ professional bodies: (i). Associate Member, Computer Society of India, (ii). Member, Computer Society For Hardware Research, (iii). Member, Quality Circle Forum of India (iv). Life Member, National Education Society’s R&D Centre of Education, Science & Technology. (v). Member, IS 2002 Informing Science and Information Technology Education Joint Conference Programme, Rockhampton, QLD, Australia, June 25-28, 2004. vi). Member, ASQ (American Society for Quality) Vii). Member, Lucknow Management Association. (LMA) (p). Other information : Computer Science Teacher, Author & Freelance Journalist (Information Technology). Also involved in Training Teachers at the Educational Technology Development Programme on a regular basis involving 5S (Japanese Techniques of Cleanliness) and SIX SIGMA Techniques implemented through innovation in Education involving Scientific and Statistical manipulation of reduction of errors. GOOGLE SEARCH : www.google.com Search “Dheeraj Mehrotra”

(q). Websites: (CREATED and OWNED) www.computerscienceexpertise.com www.dheerajmehrotra.4t.com http://dheerajmehrotra.tripod.com www.sixsigmaineducation.com

http://humanrightsforall.wetpaint.com

(r). Foreign Visits: 1999: Manila, Phillipines for participation at International Convention on Quality Circles. 2001: Tokyo, Japan, (ICQC, 2001) 2006: Mauritius for participation at National Convention on Quality Circles and Training the School Teachers and Principals on TQM in Education. 2006: Kathmandu, Nepal, for imparting IT training to Teachers of GEMS schools at Nepal. 2007: Beijing, China for participation at the International Convention On Quality Circles’ 2007.

(s). Mission in LIFE: In anticipation towards QUALITY OF WORKLIFE and Prosperity at Large. (t). VISION in LIFE: Towards QUALITY LITERACY FOR ALL, making Every Child A Total Quality CITIZEN of this world.

(Dheeraj Mehrotra) K-739 Aashiana Colony, Lucknow, U.P. 226012 INDIA Phone: 0091-9335358916, 0091-522-4022030 Email: dheeraj_mehrotra@hotmail.com tqmhead@aol.com

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