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Prof P Thareja conducted a session on “Setting of Question Paper for Subjective Examination” in the Learning Centre, GNA University on 23rd Jan 2016 targeting it towards a realignment of assessment system with Quality of Teaching & Learning. The session was conducted around the trilogy principle of addressing (i) Learning Outcomes (LO), (ii) matching the requisites of Evaluation instrument (Quality of Question Paper) towards stipulated LO’s (iii) conducting a Test of Significance, with relevant statistical parameters to ensure the criteria are met.

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- Posted on January 24th, 2016 in Pages, Quality, Teaching Page, Education, Engineering | 320 Views | Comments (0)

When ambitions start flying, it is only the engineer who provides her wings. But such wings are woven both with likes of hard ribs and fibers making say ailerons in aero planes, together with the soft concepts that provide them the due strength and elevation. While scientists may study the wings for understanding the mechanism as to how wings provide due lift, only the Engineers will get involved to construct them for realizing the relevant functions. Gordon Lindsay Glegg, in The Design of Design (1969) provides the simile: “A scientist can discover a new star but he cannot make one. He would have to ask an engineer to do it for him”.

If you see a car on road, an aero plane in the sky, both at least endorse an engineer is somewhere

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- Posted on January 16th, 2016 in Quality, Technical, Education, Engineering | 434 Views | Comments (0)

Confusion.Pages

… read conversation between Mr. Watt and William Knott*…

“Who’s calling?” was the answer to the telephone.

“Watt.”

“What is your name, please?”

“Watt’s my name.”

“That’s what I asked you. What’s your name?”
*Confusion confuses and creates confusion to further the confusion**

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- Posted on November 20th, 2015 in Pages, Quality, Personal Development, General, Humour, Teaching Page, Love_ly, Education | 422 Views | Comments (0)

How the guise of inadvertent errors, at times caused due to poor insight into processes or foresight into systems, is exploited to stage a punishment for a devoted, learning- enthusiastic and young project manger is the essence of Arsonist’s Six Sigma Mystery in Robert Barry’s second book on Nan’s series. How the head nurse

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- Posted on June 8th, 2015 in Quality, Education, Health, Six Sigma | 748 Views | Comments (0)

When a book is designed in a way that it unmistakably simulates the learning to an indelible conclusion, further the messages are identified in 40 odd chapters of the book, and the readers tends to correct the incompetencies in him or her through a paradigm of Poka Yoke (pronounced Poka (ka as in car), OK with a prefixed sound of y) the Japanese term of fool-proofing, then the book should be a must read for not only all the quality enthusiasts, but additionally for the role players, namely the young executives, computer and automation enthusiasts, personal secretaries and even detectives.
The book in question is “Nan- A Six Sigma Mystery”, which could double up as a textbook for the students of communication skills, not because of its high readability, worth sustaining an interest because of the glueyness of a suspense novel, but for the system theory, which entwines the plot of a mystery.

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- Posted on June 8th, 2015 in Pages, Quality, Personal Development, Education, Health, Six Sigma | 466 Views | Comments (0)