Brief Report on CCQC 2019 of QCFI Bengaluru Chapter


The 28th Chapter Convention of Quality Concepts – 2019 (CCQC 2019) conducted successfully on 18th August 2019 at T. John Institute of Technology Bengaluru.
Initially on first day i.e 17th August 2019 a pre convention session was conducted for the benefit to engineering students of T. John Institute of Technology with a special topic on “Bridge i.e Student-Professional, Institute- Industry ” by three speakers – 1) sri. Varaghaswamy 2) Sri. S. D. Janakiram 3) Sri. Suresh Babu S. A total of 400 engineering students participated and interacted with the speakers and expressed their happiness about the topic/subject chosen which was quite informative and knowledgeable.
Next day on 18th August 2019 the CCQC 2019 commenced with the registration of almost 1500 participants at 7.00am onwards.

The following are the details of the event:
Inaugural function started at 8.30am

Chief Guest : Dr. V. Kovaichelvan
Director, TVS Institute for Quality & Leadership

Special guest: Sri. Raghunath D. R
Vice President – Toyota Industries Engine India Pvt Ltd.

Guest of Honour: Dr. Thomas P. John
Chairman – T. John Group of institution

Case study presentation and Kaizen display in 44 parallel halls and knowledge test for all teams in 3 parallel halls, successfully completed by 14.30 hours. Cultural activities took place by the team participants about one hour from 14.30 hours to 15.30 hours.

Valedictory Session at 15.30 hours
Chief Guest: Sri. Noel Fernandes
Unit Head, ITC Ltd – Malur

Guest of Honour: Sri. M. S. Venkatesh
General Manager, HAL Ltd – F&F Division

Guest from Institution: Dr. Kamalesh. V. N
Director, T. John Institution of Technology

Prize / Trophy Distribution at 6.30 hours
Initially the prizes were distributed to Essay, Slogan and Poster competition winners then the prizes were given to selected top highest marks scored teams in Knowledge Test in different streams. Finally trophies were distributed to all presentation/display teams. An overview of different streams and awards is as follows.

Sl. No Stream Total teams participated Award
Gold Silver Bronze
1 Quality Circle 143 127 16 –
2 Lean QC 18 14 ‘04 –
3 Allied Teams 47 32 11 ‘04
4 Six Sigma 27 25 ‘02 –
5 Kaizen Display 90 84 6 –

The trophy / prize distribution activity completed at 18.30 hours and dispersed.

A total 32 Delegates participated from different organization.
A total of 325 teams participated from 80 organization.
Around 85 Juries from different organization, rendered support to evaluate the case study / display presented.


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