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God of small people

God of small people:
It is a popular belief among the theists that God is the creator of the whole Universe. He created the tiny animalcules and the huge dinosaurs. Of course Human beings are considered to be the Magnum opus of God’s creation. But he never created big and small people. It is we as a society are responsible for the segregation, discrimination, exploitation and finally hatred of being big and small. The greed to accumulate enormous wealth, the craving to gain power and status, the weakness to fall pray for pleasures had really created the mess of apartheid, casteism, social disparity and racist attacks.

There are people who have a lot of wealth and riches, who are fortunate enough to donate for the poor and down trodden. May be they really gain some satisfaction of serving the poor or it may add to their stature of benevolent biggies. There are also people who cannot afford to contribute much in monetary way but they have a strong desire of selfless sacrifice, for the upl…

Quality Control Management System (QCMS)

Quality Control Management System (QCMS)

Quality Control department was entrusted or assigned the responsibility of small Q traditionally. The laboratory chemists were more of finding and detecting the defects rather than controlling the quality. With the shift in paradigm and the advent of Quality by Design (QbD) the importance of Quality Control as an effective tool to assess the risk, mitigate the risk and control the critical attributes which later on contribute to build up the Quality of the product and can thus serve as a check point to build up the desired quality product was realized and thus the new concept of QCMS was conceptualized by Quality organizations.

Quality Control Department hereafter referred in context to the Pharmaceutical Industry as such comprises of following basic sections (the list is not exhaustive and may vary from organization to organization depending upon the organizational goal and objective):
 Raw Material Section
 In process
 Finished Pr…


GanjiRamayyapetha is a hamlet in the Sironcha Tehsil of Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra, India.

1 Geography
2 History
3 Education
4 Transport
5 References

GeographyGanjiramayyapetha is located at 18°50′N 79°58′E18.83°N 79.96°E[1]. It has an average elevation of 118 metres (390 feet).
HistoryThe foundation was led by late Shri Ganjiramayya during the British rule for the upliftment of poor.Ganjiramayya the famous businessman who an authorized timber merchant of the area sought permission from the British government of the area and took painstaking efforts day and night to see the small hamlet born in the adjoining jungle of Ankisa Village.He invited many landless poor peasants and all classes of society to be settled in the newly established village of Ganjirammayapetha.People accepted his kind gesture and started to migrate to Ganjirammayapetha.Thus the dense forest which was once known only for its flora and fauna was transformed into a small hamlet of happiness.

Quality Management System

"Quality is never an accident, it is always the result of high intentions, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillfull execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives"- William A. Foster
Quality as a concept first evolved during the Industrial Revolution. In olden days goods were made by artisans or craftsmen manually or by using simple levers.Meeting the quality specifications of the product was more of an art rather than science. During Industrial revolution the concept of "Mass production" began to meet the huge demand of market. This inturn lead to the usage of machinery and a team of skilled technicians who were specially trained for a particular process. Thus the quality of end product was the outcome of scientific and systematic approach of the technicians as a team who were trained and made to follow the procedures which were standardised. Later on pioneers in Total Quality Management such as Frederick Winslow Taylor and Henry Ford rec…