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ANINDYA CHAKRABORTY

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Seeking assignments in Quality Assurance / Quality System with an Progressive Organization with 12 years experience
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A competent professional with over 12 years of experience in Quality Assurance, Quality Planning & Quality System, Presently working with M/S. Preciturn Pvt. Limited, Faridabad, Haryana as Manager QA. Adept at managing engineering operations involving Manufacturing Process, New product development, co-ordination with internal departments to Improve Quality Values of products. Excellent communication, interpersonal, analytical skills with strong organizational and team building abilities and achieve corporate targets easily by continuous developments & cost reduction in this field.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Quality Planning ← Analyzing and producing the technical requirements and specifications & recommending design modifications based on client requirements. ← Design Quality System Manual, SOP & format, all Inspection Standards & Control Plan.

Quality Assurance ← Monitoring adherence to quality systems, comply with quality standards and maintaining requisite documents. ← Implementing quality systems in the organization to reduce the defects and ensure zero defect products by implementing various techniques (7QC Tools) for Problem Solving. ← Ensuring Capability Study & Inspections at defined frequency to ensure Product Performance.

Quality Systems ← Maintain the QA Systems and troubleshooting as per 4M manufacturing. ← Basic system Design, Documentation, and Implementation of ISO/TS-16949: 2002, ISO 14001, ISO 17025 ,ISO9001:2008 ← Practical Implementation of standards on shop floor as per product & process requirements. ← On-hand experience of quality tools & techniques viz. APQP, PPAP, MSA & SPC, 7-QC TOOLS, KAIZEN.

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