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TVS chief wins Deming Distinguished Service Award

The award is presented to people whose primary activities are limited to outside Japan, and is based on recommendation from members of the Deming Prize Committee.

By: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi |
Updated: November 7, 2019 4:23:27 am
TVS Motor Company chairman Venu Srinivasan

TVS Motor Company and Sundaram-Clayton Ltd chairman Venu Srinivasan was on Wednesday conferred the Deming ‘Distinguished Service Award For Dissemination and Promotion Overseas’, at a ceremony held in Tokyo. Sponsored by the Japanese Union of Scientists and Engineers (JUSE), the Deming Prize is awarded to individuals who have made outstanding contributions in the dissemination and promotion of total quality management (TQM).

The award is presented to people whose primary activities are limited to outside Japan, and is based on recommendation from members of the Deming Prize Committee.

Srinivasan is the first Indian industrialist to win the award.

Accepting the award, Srinivasan said, “I am truly honoured by the recognition conferred upon me by the prestigious Deming committee and JUSE. This stands as a testament for me and all my colleagues and associates who have worked hard to implement Total Quality Management at Sundaram-Clayton and TVS Motor Company since 1989.”

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