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Presentations Of the CII National Conference on Emerging Opportunities for the Capital Goods Industry 26th November 2012, Hotel Lalit, New Delhi.
In the article featured in the “Guest Column” of the “Edit Page” in the Economic Times dated 1 November 2011, Mr Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General (CII) believes that the clearance of the National Manufacturing Policy (NMP) by the Cabinet is a historic step on the economic reform agenda and will set the pace for a much higher trajectory of growth in employment, investment and output.
Mr Banerjee points out that the most important pillar of the NMP is the intention to create 100 million new jobs and further states that the industry will work with the government to convert the policy into a real tool to meet the objectives of inclusive growth.
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and United States-India Educational Foundation (USIEF) announce the Fulbright-Nehru-CII Fellowships for Leadership in Management Program for the academic year 2012-2013. Indian business managers, whose employers would be willing to bear 50% (US$ 18,400) of the total cost (US$ 36,800), may compete to attend this specially designed management program at the Carnegie Mellon University’s Tepper School of Business in Pittsburgh from May 23 to July 31, 2012. Aimed to broaden overall perspectives and to strengthen strategic, functional and leadership skills in global business, this program combines classes with group work, industry visits, and networking.
Complete announcement matter and application materials are available at USIEF website www.usief.org.in.
November 15, 2011 is the application deadline.
Through the Economic Times article the author, Mr Chandrajit Banerjee, Director General (CII), makes a case for the fortification of the mining sector through governmental interventions such as corporatisation, support for exploration and catalysing exports.
The author believes that a strong mining sector would not only contribute more significantly to the country’s GDP but could also help focus on livelihood for displaced persons, safety for miners, use of the best-in-class technology, sustainability and a more judicious use of the natural resources.
76th CII Northern Region Business Outlook Survey is a quarterly study conducted to gauge the sentiment in the economy. Earlier, the survey was conducted bi-annually, but from the 74th Survey onwards the study is conducted on a quarterly basis in order to get a more frequent indicator of business sentiment. The current survey gives an outlook on business sentiments for the first quarter of 2011-12 as compared to the last quarter of 2010-11.
First communication from the CII President to all members after assuming the office of CII, President.
CII Jharkhand Council has been making concerted efforts in the direction of bringing growth and development in the State right from its inception in the year 2000. The Council facilitated Department of Industries, Govt. of Jharkhand in coming up with an Industrial Policy of Jharkhand in the year 2001. The Council also partnered Govt. in successfully organizing Udyog Mela 2007 in Ranchi & facilitating Jharkhand pavilion in IITF 2008(India international Trade Fair) at New Delhi. In order to enhance the competitiveness of industry members, CII Jharkhand Council continues to organise number of training programmes, major Conferences, seminars, workshops on Manufacturing, Agro & Food Processing, Environment, Mining & Coal, Social Development & Community Affairs, Behavioral Skills & Information Technology, as well as interactions with key Govt. Officials at Ranchi ,Jamshedpur and also at Bokaro. The Council recently called on the Hon’ble Chief Minister & Deputy Chief Minister of Jharkhand and presented them with CII Vision document : Jharkhand @ 2022, a Sustainable Vision document encompassing hope & aspiration of the people of Jharkhand. The insight of the document is aimed at enabling the key decision makers to plan and implement findings at the grass root level, leading to sustained growth and development of the State.
The CII and WMG have worked together for over a decade. The Group understands the need of Indian industry better than any other UK institution. India is fast becoming a manufacturing economy and, more it can learn from the expertise of organizations like WMG, the more competitive it will be as a country. The Group has links with many of its top engineering / manufacturing companies which include Tatas, TVS Motor, Sundaram Clayton and others and has been instrumental in helping these companies achieve global competitiveness.
CII News Update
The Annual General Meeting and National Conference of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) will be held on 3rd and 4th April 2013 at New Delhi.
The two-day event would have a galaxy of speakers deliberating on a range of issues that are of importance to India and Indian Industry at the presen.....
Mr Neeraj Munjal and Mr Rattan Kapur have been elected as the new Chairman and Vice Chairman respectively of the CII Haryana State Council, for the year 2013 - 14.
Mr Neeraj Munjal, Managing Director, Shivam Autotech Ltd., completed his Business Management from Bradford College in England .....
Continuous Change and Improvement is the key driver for overall growth of the Organisation said by Dr Krishan Kumar, Former Director, Maruti Centre of Excellence (MACE) in his special address at the 4th Lean Six Sigma Summit organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII ) NR in New Delhi, toda.....
CII in association with US India Business Council (USIBC) and Govt. of Uttar Pradesh organised a Business Summit -“Destination Uttar Pradesh - Investing in Future” 13 March’13 at Vivanta By Taj, Lucknow. The broad focus of the Round Table was to deliberate on UP – US business opportunities. The di.....
Consulting / Advisory Services
The Tamil Nadu Technology Development Promotion Centre provides several services.
CII has been continually advocating the need for increased attention to quality and productivity by industry. It has been spreading the message of promoting quality and creating the need for Total Quality Management.
CII established this Centre in 1999 with the support of Govt. of AP, TIFAC (Under DST Govt. of India).CII –APTDC is a Pioneer in the Country for establishing Public PrivatePartnership for Technology & Intellectual Property Services.
Six Sigma approach is being widely used all over the world for reduction in process variation and waste elimination.
Total Productive Maintenance, shortly termed as TPM, is the concept originated and developed by Japan Institute of plant Maintenance (JIPM) Tokyo, since late sixties. JIPM-TPM is the key for the operational excellence for many Japanese companies.
Legal metrological requirements, relevant to the manufacturing sector, as laid down by way of standards under the Weights and Measures Act, 1976 and the Packaged Commodity Rules, 1977 have assumed critical importance in modern production lines.
CII and Export-Import (EXIM) Bank of India jointly established the Award for Business Excellence in 1994 with the aim to enhance the ''Competitiveness of India Inc.'' The Award is based on the EFQM (European Foundation for Quality Management) Model for Excellence.
It was more than two decades ago when CII pioneered the quality movement in India. Over this period the country has witnessed a tremendous improvement in the quality of its products and services and made Indian companies highly competitive in the global market. This has largely been achieved through
The key to ensure sustainable Quality up gradation and continuous improvement in an Organization is the willingness of its employees to adapt to changing paradigms.
Increased global competition has forced companies to think aggressively about effective Cost Management. A low cost high quality product has become an object of desire, to gain a competitive edge. It is essential that cost management addresses not just individual activities or cost centres but the e
To gain a competitive edge in today''''''''s marketplace, an organization must embrace new ideas and processes and requires constant improvement. Manufacturing Excellence is an imperative tool that leads an organization to the path of competitiveness. The underlying objective of these initiatives is
Energy efficiency & conservation is a high priority area for industries. Our study & experience show that there is around 10-30% energy saving potential in industries and commercial buildings. The Centre offers consultancy services on energy audits & conducts audit with most accurate estimate of sav
In the light of the importance of SME sector in India, a conscious effort to promote industrial development through cluster approach has been taken up by the CII. Today companies in the SME sector are very keen to become competitive. This means being competitive in the global market. To become an
CII Awards & Recognitions
Quality Control Circles create a conducive and stimulating atmosphere for the workers such that their creativity can be energized and properly canalized. QCC Competition provides a unique opportunity to motivate workers to form Quality Circles within the company and also provides them a forum to exchange ideas and share theirs experiences. It is beneficial for senior managers, supervisors and management personnel.
Kaizen is a system of continuous improvement in quality, technology, processes, company culture, productivity, safety and leadership. In today’s scenario, “Kaizen activity “ is one of the benchmarked tools that not only enhances the growth of any Organisation, but also uplifts the Morale of the employees, setting a good example of “employer - employee relationships”, as it calls for collaboration, commitment & teamwork from top to down.
The Leadership and Excellence Award in Environment Health & Safety (EHS) Award was instituted in the year 2002. The aim is to recognize, motivate and facilitate corporates to adopt innovative practices in EHS.
The workskills competition is conducted at the Regional level first, followed by the National Competitions, to encourage workers in the industry by recognising excellence in skill through organised competitions in select trades.
The QC Circle Competition, an annual feature since 1986, is the culmination of the State, Regional and National conventions that take place throughout the year as part of CII’s continuous efforts to strengthen the Quality movement in India.
SIX SIGMA has proven across the world and over the wide spectrum of Industries, the power of changing “Business of Quality” to “Quality of Business” by integrating business and quality strategies.
CII and Export Import Bank of India have, in 1994, jointly established the CII-EXIM Bank Award for Business Excellence, with the aim of enhancing the Competitiveness of India Inc. The Award is based on the internationally recognized EFQM Excellence Model.
The CII Cotton Awards were instituted by CII. Vardhman & few other textile companies supported the silver salvars/mementos which were presented to the selected farmers for achieving high yield in cotton production alongwith some cash awards. The jury comprised of a few technical people from industry and PAU.
Confederation of Indian Industry (Southern Region) has launched the Eighth edition of the "Leadership and Excellence Award in Environment Health & Safety (EHS) for the year 2009" in cooperation with SHRIRAM EPC Limited.
The EHS Award was instituted in the year 2002 and it has been grand success every year and has received tremendous response from the industries in the Southern Region.
Kaizen (Japanese for "improvement" or "change for the better") is a philosophy or set of practices that focus on continuous improvement of processes in manufacturing, engineering, supporting business processes, and management. The Kaizen concept stimulates productivity improvement as an ongoing process in companies. The Kaizen Competition of CII Southern Region is organized every year to recognize and encourage member companies which give importance to continuous improvements through Kaizens. The competition is conducted for operators and supervisors of member companies from manufacturing and service sectors. In order to encourage competitiveness through Kaizens among small scale industries, a special recognition is given for the best small scale organization which participates in the competition. The competition awards member companies who have adopted Kaizens not only at the shop floor but also from the office area, scrap yard, stores etc.