ASQ-NCU chapter chair Shringa Vatas, Final year, BTech CSE, attended ASQ’s 2nd South Asia Conference on Quality and Improvement on the theme ‘Developing Winning Cultures’ held at Vivanta by Taj - Dwarka, New Delhi from 1-2 December 2017.
Renowned quality leaders from across the globe presented their views on the topic. Prof. Prem Vrat, Pro-Chanellor, Prof. Ravindra Ojha, Director, SOET and NCU faculty members attended the conference. Prof. Ojha was also part of the PAN India Team Excellence project evaluation jury. Speaking about the conference Shringa Vatas said,“This conference was an experience in itself. As a student member of ASQ- NCU chapter it felt great coming back to the same platform to meet quality leaders and practitioners from across the globe. I had attended the 1st South Asia Conference in 2016 as well. I addressed the gathering at the conference as the Student Deputy of The NextGeneration enlightening the attendees about the importance of student membership, how students can be benefitted from ASQ and how they can get engaged with the industry. I also spoke about my journey at ASQ and how the ASQ- NCU chapter has been working to make a difference in the life of its students. The most exciting part of the conference was to address the gathering which included CEO of ASQ Mr Bill Troy with Mr Alexander Tucker, Vice-chair of The NextGeneration from USA about the importance of mentoring in students’ life and also encouraging the attendees to join in with the NextGeneration as mentors.”