Projects at Bhoruka

Truckers' Intervention Program

Care home for HIV infected and affected children

Reproductive Child Health Program

Anti Girl Trafficking

HIV / AIDS Stigma & Violence

HIV / AIDS Mainstreaming

Capacity Building

Work Place Intervention Program

Child Watch

Snehneer - Home away from home

CB-DOTS Program
ISO 9000 refers to ...

A set of quality management standards. ISO 9000 currently is divided into three quality standards: ISO 9000:2000, ISO 9001:2000, and ISO 9004:2000.
ISO first published its quality standards in 1987, revised them in 1994, and then republished an updated version in 2000. These new standards are referred to as the "ISO 9001:2008 standards".

How BHORUKA Maintains Quality:

It is evident that in an era where Quality happens to be necessary precursor of any achievement par excellence, the feat of Bhoruka Public Welfare Trust is being awarded with the ISO 9001:2008 certification by the TUV CERT of Rheiniseh - Westfaliseher TUV e.V. Germany as an organization in the social development sector, is no doubt worth mentioning.

The ISO certification, which ensures that a perfect systematic approach to all work done, leads to a significant reduction in cost of quality, which is defined as cost of conformance, plus cost of non-conformance, along with cost of lost opportunity.
Bhoruka sticks to this prerogative, by adhering to the Quality Management System, which refers to a set of co-ordinated activities to direct, and control an organization with respect to quality as formally expressed by the Top management. This is essentially judged by Quality, which refers to a degree to which a set of inherent characteristics fulfills requirements and at the same time provides the boost to improve.

The journey to the ISO certification, which started long back in 1998, with the certificate being awarded in the year 2000 and its subsequent up gradation to ISO 9001:2008 in the year 2012 has been possible because of the total teamwork performed by all employees of the organization. This effort was effectively supported by Confederation of Indian Industries.
The 8 principles of Quality Management at Bhoruka:

  Customer focused organization
Involvement of people
Process approach
System approach to management
Continual management
Factual approach to decision making
Mutual beneficiary supplier relationship

Goals set at BHORUKA
 Be more efficient
Produce products & services that consistently meet customer requirements
Achieve customer satisfaction
Improve communications and morale in the organization
Reduce costs and liabilities
Increase confidence in the organizational system

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