• What is PPID?

    The Project Planning & Implementation Division (PPID) of QCI collaborates with various ministries at both central and state levels of the government. Established with the vision of employing young professionals to assist the government on critical issues and provide necessary support where needed, PPID is comprised of a core group of young, intelligent, and dynamic professionals driven by a passion to create a significant impact.

  • Are there any monthly fees?

    This will vary depending on the type of project. For logo & branding projects, fees will be one-time costs. For website projects, we will typically charge a monthly fee, depending on the level of service you choose. To view a full list of our monthly packages, click here.

  • What is the history and purpose of PPID?

    The Project Planning & Implementation Division was established in June 2015 and undertook its inaugural project in September of the same year. This project entailed collaborating with senior bureaucrats from 20 Central Ministries to enhance the quality of public services through the analysis of citizens' grievances.

    PPID at the Quality Council of India (QCI) was conceived by Mr. Adil Zainulbhai and Dr. Ravi P Singh, former Chairperson and Secretary General respectively. They recognized the significant potential for youth engagement in government initiatives and the necessity for a dedicated workforce to analyze data and facilitate implementation. Their initiative laid the groundwork for PPID. They observed that while the government possessed abundant information and data, there was a lack of dedicated personnel to effectively analyze and execute projects. To bridge this gap, PPID was initially known as Chairman’s and is now established as a division within QCI, mandated to provide support to various government departments and ministries.

  • Who are the present leaders of PPID?

    PPID is presently headed by Mr. Subroto Ghosh since July 2022. Dr. Hari Prakash is the present Director of PPID.

  • What are the major milestones achieved by PPID?

    Under the mentorship of our chairman, Mr. Jaxay Shah, PPID has achieved significant milestones. The division has led over 200 projects with more than 50 ministries, departments, and government organizations across sectors like healthcare, education, infrastructure, and technology. Our team has grown to over 1300 professionals, bringing diverse expertise to every project. PPID has established strategic partnerships with senior bureaucrats and decision-makers, enhancing public services and implementing key government schemes. Committed to driving impactful change, PPID will continue to leverage its workforce and expertise to support government initiatives and address societal challenges.

  • What Types of Projects Does PPID Undertake?

    PPID undertakes two main types of projects: strategic and implementation.

    • Strategic projects involve collaborating with government agencies to address critical issues. These projects encompass establishing project management units for key initiatives, creating dashboards to monitor government schemes, analyzing data to guide government actions and reforms, and conducting strategic research to support policy formulation across various ministries.
    • Implementation projects focus on managing and executing government schemes or initiatives. This includes formulating project methodologies, defining focus areas, conducting surveys, engaging stakeholders, developing detailed project plans with timelines and required manpower, coordinating with various stakeholders such as Government Agencies, Urban Local Bodies, and PR Agencies, and mobilizing and executing projects with real-time performance reviews.
  • Who are the major clients of PPID?

    The Project Planning & Implementation Division has worked with number of Ministries on projects, including (but not limited to) –

    • Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas,
    • Minister of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry, and Dairying,
    • Ministry of Railways,
    • Ministry of Coal & Mines, Department of Coal,
    • NITI Aayog (erstwhile planning commission of India),
    • Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
    • Department of Administrative Reform and Public Grievances (DARPG),
    • Ministry Urban Development,
    • Ministry of Tourism,
    • Ministry of Food Processing Industries,
    • Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation,
    • Ministry of Skills, State Government of Gujarat,
    • National Skills Development Corporation,
    • Capacity Building Commission (CBC),
    • Ministry of Human Resources Development,
    • National Council for Teacher Education and others.
  • How can organizations avail PPID services?

    Organizations can avail PPID’s services by contacting them through their website or through generating a query at Quality Setu Portal.

  • Why join PPID?

    Joining PPID offers a unique opportunity to contribute directly to the nation's development. By becoming part of PPID, individuals can actively engage in planning and executing projects aimed at addressing crucial developmental challenges. This role not only supports professional growth but also exposes you to diverse projects, high-level stakeholders, challenges, and valuable experiences.

  • What does "Young Professional" mean, and what is their role in PPID at QCI?

    A "Young Professional" in PPID at QCI is a talented early-career individual involved in planning and implementing government projects. They bring fresh perspectives, support strategic initiatives, and contribute to various government sectors like healthcare, education, infrastructure, and technology.

  • What is the organizational structure at PPID?

    The organizational structure at PPID consists of a leadership team headed by the chairman, supported by senior managers and directors overseeing various sectors. These sectors include healthcare, education, infrastructure, and technology. The team includes professionals like project managers, analysts, and "Young Professionals," working collaboratively to plan and implement projects. Strategic partnerships with ministries and governmental organizations are integral, ensuring effective public service enhancement and scheme implementation.

  • How can one join PPID?

    Young professionals can share their resumes with QCI at ppid-hr@qcin.org. Based on the requirements and availability, professionals will be shortlisted for a hiring process that involves interview and assignment submission. For further information, professionals can visit: https://ppid.qcin.org/careers/

  • Does QCI offer Internship?

    Yes, the Quality Council of India (QCI) offers internship opportunities. The QCI provides various internships, such as the Research & Operations Intern position, which includes working on live projects, applying analytical and problem-solving skills, and engaging directly with client teams. These internships typically last for six months, along with a certificate on completion.

  • What is the nature of employment offered by PPID?

    PPID offers contractual employment with durations ranging from 3 months to 2 years, depending on project requirements. Contracts may be extended as necessary based on the project's needs.

  • Can the term of a PPID contract be renewed?

    Yes, based on individual performance, or the duration of the project.

  • How can PPID professionals leverage the skills gained at PPID - QCI?

    PPID professionals can leverage the skills gained at PPID - QCI by transitioning into various high-impact roles in both the public and private sectors. Their experience in strategic planning, project management, and collaboration with government agencies equips them for leadership positions in policy development, consulting, and public administration. Additionally, their expertise in sectors such as healthcare, education, infrastructure, and technology make them valuable assets for organizations aiming to drive innovation and societal progress.

  • How to reach PPID?

    One can reach PPID at the following address:

    • Quality Council of India (Head Office)
      2nd Floor, Institution of Engineers Building,
      2-Bahadur Shah Zafar Marg,
      New Delhi, Delhi 110002
      Telephone: +91-11-2337 9321
    • Indian Council for Child Welfare Building
      Project Planning and Implementation Division (PPID)
      Quality Council of India
      4, Pandit Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Marg,
      Mata Sundari Railway Colony,
      Mandi House, New Delhi – 110002
      Telephone: +91-11-2323 8736, +91-11-2323 8694
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