08 13, JULY 2006








Industrial Engineering and Management

Indian Institute of Technology

Kharagpur -721302












The education is rapidly becoming just another part of the consumer society. The privatization has led to the increase in the number of institutions to match the supply of engineers to that of the demand. However in most of the cases the direction, relevance, and quality of engineering education has been questioned. The educational institutions have to become more responsive to the expectations of those they serve. Institutions have an obligation to meet the needs of the varied range of stakeholders. Diversity in the approach to engineering education is also necessary to ensure that the graduate will approach industrial experience in a receptive frame of mind. It is therefore, an immediate necessity for the colleges and universities to imbibe the principles of Total Quality Management to develop and to deliver their services to delight the customer in the interest of the country as well as the students who are paying a large sum of money to get educated.

Quality engineering education inculcates a process of continuous improvement and dramatic innovation in student, employer & societal satisfaction by systematically & collectively evaluating and refining system, practices & culture of engineering education institutions. Therefore institutions need to engage in an active, on-going system of self-assessment, self-renewal and sustain quality in teaching/learning process and drift towards a Learning organization.

This Course is intended to provide the concepts and components of TEEQM and its implementation strategies in engineering colleges including the road path.




Introduction to TQM and its Components

Dynamic Analysis Education system

Tools and Techniques of TQM

Mechanisms for

Total Employee participation

Continuous improvement

Customer orientation

Analyzing top management commitment

Malcolm Balbridge award

Implementation Strategies


Who should participate?


Principals/ Directors/ senior faculty members and administrators of engineering colleges in India.


Utility of the Course:


The Course is designed and developed at the Operational level so that the colleges can immediately implement it. It includes both the theory and implementation aspects.



Duration:. One Week. 8-13, JULY 2006.

Venue: Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management

Indian Institute of Technology

Kharagpur 721302. W.B.



Course Fee: Rs. 1250/- per person. The amount should be sent along with the application form by demand draft, drawn in favor of the IIT, Kharagpur. No Course Fee for the faculty from AICTE recognized Colleges. They will be paid TA/DA and allowances as per AICTE rules. They must be sponsored by the College.



Dormitory accommodation is available in the Institute Campus on payment basis. Details will be sent to the selected candidates.



K. Vizayakumar


Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Management

Indian Institute of Technology

Kharagpur 721302. (W.B.)


E-mail: vizay@hijli.iitkgp.ernet.in

Ph.: 03222-283746/282272.

Fax: 03222-282272.



The applications in the given format must reach the Coordinator on or before June 23, 2006.


08 13, JULY 2006



Application Form




Date of birth & Age:






Institution with Full Address




Teaching Experience :

Administrative Experience:

Address for Communication:




Email :

Phone :


Fees Details:

Demand Draft No.

Bank: Date:


Signature of the Applicant


Forwarded by




Place : Signature & Seal

Date : of Sponsoring Authority