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NRDC gets ISO-9001-2015 certification

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New Delhi: National Research Development Corporation (NRDC), a New Delhi-based government organisation under the administrative control of the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Ministry of Science and Technology, has now become an ISO-9001-2015 certified organisation.

“After the rigorous audit, United Registrar of Systems (URS), United Kingdom (UK), accredited by National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) awarded the ISO 9001-2015 to NRDC.
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This ISO certificate has been given to NRDC to acquire, promote and transfer technologies (sic.),” NRDC said in a press release.

The certificate was handed over by a URS’s representative Sandhaya Rikhari to NRDC’s Chairman and Managing Director (CMD) Dr H Purushotham and NRDC’s Chief (Business Development) DC Joshi, in the presence of senior officials recently.

What is ISO-9001-2015 certificate?

ISO 9001-2015 is a company level certification based on the standards published by the International Organisation for Standardisation titled “quality management systems-requirements.” This standard revises ISO 9001:2008 to include requirements for a new, higher-level structure as a common framework to all ISO management systems, risk-based thinking in quality system processes, fewer prescribed requirements with less emphasis on documentation, clear definition of quality management system boundaries and increased leadership requirements.

National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies

The National Accreditation Board for Certification Bodies (NABCB) provides accreditation to certification and inspection bodies based on the assessment of their competence as per the board’s criteria and in accordance with international standards and guidelines.

NABCB is internationally-recognised and represents the interests of the Indian industry at international forums through membership and active participation with the objective of becoming a signatory to international multilateral/mutual recognition arrangements (MLA/MRA).

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