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BIS conducted an Orientation Program for Youth-to-Youth Volunteers of DAVIET Jalandhar
3/14/2024 10:32:55 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 14: Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS), Jammu and Kashmir Branch Office, conducted an Orientation Program in collaboration with Department of Mechanical Engineering's BIS Club at DAV Institute of Engineering and Technology, Jalandhar, the hosted a unique "Youth to Youth Connect" program. This initiative is in honour of World Consumer Rights Day-2024, scheduled for 15th March, 2024. The program aims to create quality consciousness among students and provide personalized exposure to BIS activities. The Youth Connect program by the BIS Club is a platform for students to gain familiarity with the various activities and benefits offered by the Bureau of Indian Standards. Through this, students can effectively utilize BIS features as needed, empowering them with knowledge and ease of access.
Tilak Raj, Director & Head of BIS Jammu and Kashmir Branch Office, and the chief guest of the Day, brought a wealth of experience and expertise to the event, emphasizing the importance of quality consciousness among the youth. Recognizing it as a cornerstone of progress in any society, he highlighted how initiatives like the Youth Connect program not only educate but also instil a sense of responsibility towards maintaining and improving quality standards. He emphasized the need for youth involvement in the creation of new standards across industries. Highlighting the vast scope of BIS's work, he mentioned that more than 20,000 standards are in place, ensuring the quality of every product launched in India after BIS approval. By engaging with BIS, students not only enhance their own knowledge but also contribute to a culture where quality is prioritized in all aspects of life. He urged students to see themselves as ambassadors of quality, equipped with the knowledge and skills to uphold and advocate for high standards.
Ashish Kumar Dwivedi, the Guest of Honour and Standard Promotion Officer of BIS Jammu and Kashmir Branch Office, delivered an insightful address regarding the significance of World Consumer Rights Day.
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