KIIT, considered a university, received the 13th Quality Council of India (QCI) – DL Shah Quality Silver Award, sources from the institute said on Friday.
The institute received the recognition at the opening ceremony of the 3rd Virtual Quality Conclave on Thursday.
Professor Sasmita Samanta, vice president of KIIT, received the award for successful implementation of the Systems Analysis Program Development, sources said.
In addition to KIIT, CMC Vellore, KG Hospital and Post Graduate Medical Institute, Coimbatore and Chitkara University, Punjab, are on this list of winners in different categories, they added.
KIIT founder and MP Achyuta Samanta said the university emphasized the adoption of digital innovation and best practices to improve processes, products and services.
By the way, KIIT is the first university in the country to implement SAP in all schools and processes at the same time in 2013.
The institute was selected for the award after going through five stages of the selection process.