About Us

Our activities can be categorized as under:

  1. Management Systems
    Successful Organizations  are those:

    1. Who have Significant capabilities to find & create business opportunities,
    2. Who are Able to deliver what is required consistently on time and at Profitable yet Competitive Price.
    3. Those who have given corporate image and thus more concern towards reducing environmental Pollution,
    4. Those who can create a safe working environment for its employees and others, AND
    5. Those who comply with the Law of the Land

  2. Quality Management Systems – ISO 9001:2015
    The word ‘Quality’ could never draw as much attention in India as during last few years. One may Believe in Quality due to one or more of the following reasons:

    1. Quality is Profitable: Ultimate Test of a Quality Process is improvement in the bottom line,
    2. Poor Quality is Penalized: One bad experience to the Customer on account of poor Quality or Service, you may lose him for ever,
    3. Quality Distinguishes: Quality systems help you maintain an edge over the competitors,
    4. Quality is Expected: Your priced Customers Expect it from you, are they wrong?
    5. Quality Re-news: It leads you to be a sharper & more adaptable organization,
    6. Quality Unites & Inspires: Employees enjoy following Clear Business approach more Quickly & Decisively. They slowly & steadily develop belongingness,
    7. Quality Delivers: Quality leads to Satisfied Customers, who certainly ‘Return’ to you for more,
    8. Quality Gives Pride: Working with a company having ‘Quality’ approach is certainly a matter of great Pride for all – Customers, Employees & Suppliers,
    9. Quality helps you achieve Self Respect: The most precious thing for a person is his ‘Self-Respect. Quality approach goes out of the way to develop & protect it,
    10. Quality is Accelerated Improvement: Quality approach gives the Organization better ways of doing business, to adapt, to innovate, to improve and do it faster.

  3. Current ISO 9001:2015
    standard is based on Seven Quality Management Principles, which may be used to improve organizational performance and achieve success.

    1. Focus on your Customers: Understand them, Respect them,
    2. Provide Leadership: Develop & Empower your Human Resource
    3. Engage your People: Make them an integral part of the System
    4. Use a Process approach: Measure the activities for effectiveness,
    5. Encourage Improvement: Be pro-active in your approach
    6. Evidence based Approach to Decision-Making: Periodically Analyze results & take suitable action for Improvement
    7. Manage Relationships for mutual benefits

  4. Environmental Management System - ISO: 14001:2015
    An organization’s performance is based on Economic, Social and Environmental goals, which may be elaborated as consisting, of the six Es: Economics, Environment, Empowerment, Ethics, Equity and Education.

    Environment and Development are inextricably linked. ISO 14000 signifies a new generation in Environmental protection. This standard is directed at establishing a link between business and environmental management for all the companies regardless of their size or purpose. It provides the Industry with a way to track, manage and improve environmental performances, without conflicting with the business priorities of their operations. Business Considerations, flexibility and simplistic approach to environmental protection are the main features of this Standard.

    It is a system that enables any organization irrespective of its size, type & setting to:

    • Manage Environmental impacts arising out of its activities, product & services
    • Ensures compliance to regulations
    • Brings continual improvements
    • Demonstrate high environmental performance to others by conforming to policy, objectives & targets.

  5. What is ISO 14001?
    ISO 14001 is an Environment Management standard revised by International Organization for Standardization in the year 2015. It provides a highly effective, globally accepted framework for establishing and continually improving Environmental Management. Effective ISO 14001 implementation may bring with it both reductions in environmental risk and environmental costs.

    EMS means determining environmental aspects as mentioned below and avoiding or reducing associated environmental Impacts:

    1. Emissions to Air,
    2. Releases to Water,
    3. Releases to Land,
    4. Use of Material & Natural Resources,
    5. Use of Energy,
    6. Energy Emitted,
    7. Generation of Wastes & / or by-products,
    8. Use of space,

  6. Information Security Management System – ISO 27001: 2013
    The information age has ushered in a whole new set of vocations in order to manage the associated software and systems processes. We grew and adapted existing engineering / management specialties to develop the fields of Software Project Management, Software Quality Assurance, Software Configuration Management, Software Test Engineering and even Software Safety Engineering. One thing that has remained constant over the years is the constantly increasing importance that the industry is placing on the science of Information Security.

    The emphasis on standardization in the Information Security arena has grown as well. In order to have confidence in companies, prospective clients are seeking assurances that information safeguards are in place. Additionally, they are seeking assurances that management will continually monitor the effectiveness of security protections for the information and associated systems. Thus, Information Security Management Systems (ISMSs) have immerged. The leading ISMS has been developed by the British Standards Institute and is known as the Code of Practice for Information Security Management. ISMS set the requirements for an Information Security Management System.  It helps identify, manage and minimize the range of threats to which information is regularly subjected.

    Annex A of ISO 27001: 2013 identifies 14 Technical Domains:

    1. Information Security Policies – To provide management direction & support for IS in accordance with business requirements and relevant laws and regulations,
    2. Organization of Information Security – To establish a management framework to initiate & control implementation & operation of information security within the organization,
    3. Human Resource Security – To ensure that employees and contractors understand their responsibilities and are suitable for the roles for which they are considered,
    4. Asset Management – To identify organizational assets and define appropriate protection responsibilities,
    5. Access Control – To limit access to information and information processing facilities,
    6. Cryptography – To ensure proper and effective use of cryptography to protect the confidentiality, authenticity and/or integrity of information,
    7. Physical and environmental security – To prevent unauthorized physical access, damage & interference to organization’s information & information processing facilities,
    8. Operations security – To ensure correct and secure operations of information processing facilities,
    9. Communications security – To ensure the protection of information in networks and its supporting information processing facilities,
    10. System acquisition, development and maintenance – To ensure that information security is an integral part of information systems across the entire lifecycle. This includes requirements for ISs which provide services over public networks,
    11. Supplier relationships – To ensure protection of the organization’s assets that is accessible by suppliers,
    12. Information security incident management – To ensure a consistent and effective approach to the management of information security incidents, including communication on security events and weaknesses,
    13. Information security aspects of business continuity management – IS continuity shall be embedded in the organization’s business continuity management systems,

    Compliance – To avoid breaches of legal, statutory, regulatory or contractual obligations related to information security and of any security requirements

  7. Occupational Health and Safety Management System: OH & S MS - ISO 45001:2018 `{`Earlier this was OHSAS 18001`}`

    Every organization is responsible for the Occupational Health and safety of workers and 
    other who can be affected by its activities. This responsibility includes promoting and 
    protecting their PHYSICAL and MENTAL HEALTH. 
    Adoption of ISO’s OH & S [ISO 45001:2018] is intended to enable an organization to 
    provide Safe and Healthy workplaces, prevent work-related injury and ill-health and 
    continually IMPROVE its OH & S performance. 
    The purpose of an OH & S Management System is to provide a framework for managing 
    OH & S RISKS and Opportunities. The AIM and Intended Outcomes of OH & S MS are to 
    PREVENT work related injuries and ill-health to workers and to provide SAFE and 
    HEALTHY workplaces; consequently, it is critically important for the organization to 
    ELIMINATE Hazards and MINIMIZE OH & S RISKS by taking effective Preventive& 
    Protective Measures. 

Why EMS?

The reasons why many companies are now adopting an Environmental Management System includes the following:

  • Protect Environment by reducing Pollution and Wastage of resources;
  • Improve compliance with legislative and regulatory requirements;
  • Facilitate access to overseas markets;
  • Reduce liability / risk;
  • Helps in attracting a high-quality work force;
  • Prevent pollution and reduce waste;
  • Generate a desire to profit in the market for “green” products;
  • Improve the internal management methods;
  • Serves the interests of the shareholder groups;
  • Create community goodwill;
  • Helps in getting insurance coverage.

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Mr. Anil G. Joshi.

M Sc. (Physics) Nagpur Uni.  in 1975,

M.Tech. (E.E), IIT, Powai in 1977

DBM   Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan in 1984

Mr. Anil G. Joshi has experienced of 40+  Year – July 1977. Onwards experience of organization & Products. His experiences bring a deep understanding of strategies and issues. He has visited many countries like the United Kingdom in 1978 For Engineering Training, Switzerland in 1987, For Business development and Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand in 2004 for Sightseeing, USA and Canada, in 2009, 2013 & 2015 for Sightseeing and meeting Relatives. His has interests in Reading, Teaching / Training, Writing Articles for Newspapers, Guiding Students.


B. Sc, B. Ed.

Mrs. Arati A. Joshi has Worked as a Teacher in Schools in Nagpur. She is Conducting English Coaching Classes for 9th & 10th Standard Students of Maharashtra
State Board, for last 33 Years; Many of her Students are either assisting leading companies OR are established as
Successful Entrepreneurs. Specialties of their classes are:

  • Full Course Coverage,
  • Convenient Timings,
  • Personal Attention,
  • Adequate Home Work Assignments,
  • Periodic Assessment.

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