Our Quality


Quality control refers to the technical process that gathers, examines, analyse & report the progress of the project & conformance with the performance requirements.


In Shree Krishna Engg. Works Once quality standards & other things are laid out, inspection becomes a routine matter

In quality control programme, actual inspection & measurement is an undetectable factor, which is to be planned properly to meet with the overall objective of quality control.

They have decided on various stages of inspection & various quality characteristics to be inspected, it is also important to decide who will inspect so the Mr.Ruchit Thakur itself checks the quality.
Various stages at which inspection are carried out are:

  • Material inspection at supplier’s end
  • Material inspection at stage of receipt
  • Material inspection at stage of issue
  • Inspection of process @ the time of initial setting of machine/ equipment
  • Inspection of finished goods after the job is done
  • Inspection of machines/ equipment’s that are commissioned

Some of the basic information required is design specification, product specification, quality characteristics, quality standards, tolerances & detailed inspection procedures.


In Shree Krishna Engg. Works monitoring in the production process at three points:

  • Before production,
  • During production,
  • After production.

The logic of checking conformance before production is to make sure that inputs are according to the standards. The logic of checking performance during the production is to make sure that the conversion of inputs into output is proceeding in an acceptable manner. The logic of conformance of finished product is to make final verification before dispatching.


Shree Krishna Engg. Works follow the Shewart Cycle “P.D.C.A” for quality management.
The original Shewart Cycle consists of a simple circle or wheel divided into four quadrants: one for each of Plan, Do, Check and Act. This a way to achieve the outcomes you desire through increased quality awareness. The complete cycle can be used to determine the detail of each quadrant. It is a virtual, never ending process and is key to achieving transformation.

PLAN: Design or revise business process components to improve results. What we are going to do. In this step they assess where we are, what we need to make, why this is important, and plan how to close the gap. Identify some potential solutions. This is the important for them to meet the client requirement and there need.

DO: Implement the plan and measure its performance on a small scale i.e. test the solutions.

CHECK/STUDY: Assess the results and report after the inspection to take critical decision.
ACT: Decide on changes needed to improve the process or not.