The Quality Council of India (QCI) was established jointly by the Indian Industry and the Government of India, represented by three premier industry associations:
The Agricultural Produce (Grading & Marking) Act of 1937 provides for the grading and marking of agricultural and other produce. This Act empowers the Central Government to make rules for:
The Bureau of Indian Standards is the National Standards Body of India and is responsible for formulating national standards across various technology areas.
There are four different types of teams depending on the organisation’s specific needs. However, based on their objectives, the following types are significant:
Electronic Commerce, commonly known as E-commerce, encompasses various types of transactions involved in commercial activities.
A computer network can be defined as a group of interconnected computers that are very useful when users want to share resources such as printers, databases, electronic mail, bulletin boards, etc.