Project Planning & Implementation Division (PPID)

Constituent division of Quality Council of India



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The Projects Planning and Implementation Division (PPID) within the Quality Council of India (QCI) was conceptualized by Mr. Adil Zainulbhai and Dr. Ravi P Singh, former Chairperson and Secretary General respectively. Recognizing the vast potential for youth engagement in government initiatives and the need for a dedicated workforce to analyse data and drive implementation, they laid the foundation for PPID. They identified that while the government possessed abundant information and data, there was a dearth of dedicated personnel to analyse and execute projects effectively. To address this gap, PPID was established as a unit within QCI, with a mandate to provide support to various government departments and ministries. Since its inception in June 2015, PPID has undergone significant growth and evolution. From its modest beginnings, it has emerged as a vital component of QCI's operations, collaborating closely with the organization's boards while taking the lead in on-ground project implementation. The division has expanded its scope, engaging in diverse projects across numerous sectors.

Under the mentorship of our chairman Mr. Jaxay Shah, PPID has achieved several milestones. The division has spearheaded over 200 projects in collaboration with more than 50 ministries, departments, and governmental organizations. These projects span a wide range of sectors, from healthcare and education to infrastructure and technology. The PPID team has grown significantly, now comprising over 1300 professionals. This diverse and talented workforce brings a wealth of expertise and dedication to every project undertaken. PPID has fostered strategic partnerships with senior bureaucrats and decision-makers across various central ministries. These collaborations have facilitated the enhancement of public services and the implementation of key government schemes. Looking ahead, PPID remains committed to its mission of driving impactful change through strategic planning and effective implementation. The division will continue to leverage its growing workforce and expertise to support government initiatives and address pressing societal challenges.

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Our Projects

Modern Video Surveillance System for Central Warehousing Corporation

Project Brief: QCI was appointed as a PMC/ PMU by CWC to achieve its vision by assisting in designing of a modern video surveillance technology architecture and monitoring its implementation at ~250 Food grain warehouses across the country.

Project Summary

Sector: Surveillance, Security and Agriculture
Scope of Work: Project Management Unit (PMU), Information Technology (Design and Development and Incubation of Transformative Systems
Location: Pan-India Implementation
Timeline: 8 Months (Ongoing)
Stakeholders: Central Warehousing Corporation

Third Party Sampling, Testing and Analysis of Coal

Project Brief: Coal India Limited (CIL) nominated Quality Council of India (QCI) to conduct the third-party sampling, testing, and analysis of coal which aims to ensure to uphold the quality of coal, bring more transparency in the process and to enable quality-based pricing mechanism for the coal dispatches..

Project Summary

Sector: Minerals and Mineral Products, Quality Benchmarking, Product Testing
Scope of Work: Third Party Assessment (Impact Evaluation, Continuous Monitoring Rating/Grading/Ranking), Scheme Formulation or Implementation related to quality of Products, Information Technology (Infra and Portal, Dashboard)
Location: Pan-India
Timeline: Ongoing Since 2017
Stakeholders:Coal India Limited (CIL)

PMU for Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra

Project Brief: QCI has set up a PMU under the Ministry of Agriculture to ensure seamless coordination among various stakeholders for evaluating the impact under the transformative initiative of Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra (VBSY) brought forth by the GOI.

Project Summary

Sector: Rural Development
Scope of Work: Third Party Assessment (Continuous Monitoring), Scheme Formulation and Implementation related to quality (Personnel/Professional) and Project Management Unit (PMU)
Location: Delhi
Timeline: 2 Months (Ongoing)
Stakeholders: Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Information and Broadcast

“I have been involved with QCI’s young professionals since the last 4 years and with every project they have done at DARPG, they have grown, learnt and made a mark in the public policy space. I really enjoy working with these young kids as their commitment has pushed many Ministries/ Departments to work faster

Sumita Dasgupta,

Deputy Secretary,

Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Government of India

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