KIIT bags 13th QCI-DL Shah Quality Silver Award – education



KIIT a deemed to be university, was once conferred the 13th Quality Council of India (QCI) – DL Shah Quality Silver Award, institute sources said on Friday.

The institute was once accorded the recognition at the inaugural ceremony of the 3rd Virtual Quality Conclave on Thursday.

KIIT pro vice-chancellor Professor Sasmita Samanta,, received the award provided for successful implementation of System Analysis Program Development, the sources said.

With the exception of KIIT, CMC Vellore, KG Hospital and Post Graduate Medical Institute, Coimbatore and Chitkara University, Punjab, feature in this list of awardees across different categories, they added.

KIIT founder and MP Achyuta Samanta said the university stressed on the adoption of digital innovation and best practice to beef up processes, services and products.

KIIT is accidentally the first university in the country to execute SAP in all schools and processes at a time in 2013.

The institute was once selected for the award after going through five stages of the selection procedure.


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