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Six Sigma Certification by KPMG

The 4 day six sigma training certification program by Mr Vaibhav Agrawal of KPMG holding a six sigma Black Belt saw a lot of participation from both first and second year MBA students.

The 6 sigma green belt certification training deals with making an individual well verse in Lean Six Sigma Methodology which possesses a thorough understanding of all the aspects of DMAIC i.e. Design, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control as well as the tools that are necessary for implementing DMAIC improvement projects.

From giving a brief about importance of quality in all types of industries to the origination of six sigma ,its meaning and different criterion and ways of achieving six sigma qualities, the 4 day seminar not only covered the theoretical aspects but also its practical implementation through group activities and interesting tasks to ensure learning and knowledge retention. Training material was supplied in hard copy format.

The 4 day training program gave the students an overall picture of quality improvement procedures that takes place in an organization, the importance of quantifying process performances and the various methods that are used for the same. Some of the sub topics that were covered were methods for measurement and analysis of data, analytical tools to identify and understand sources of variation, DMAIC process improvement road map, and method to establish customer requirements.


 It concluded with a 6 sigma test of the concepts learned in 4 days and a warm thank you to Mr Vaibhav Agrawal for supervising the students of IIT Kanpur in this certification training.

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