Implementation Strategies in Relation with Quality Management System in School Education


  • CL Bhaskara Former Assistant Professor, Vijaya Teachers College (CTE), Jayanagara, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India; Principal, Dayananda Arya Vidya Public School (DAV Public School), Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
  • GC Harish Associate Professor (Education), Department of Mathematics, Vijaya Teachers College (CTE), Jayanagara, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.


Quality Management Systems, Six Sigma Roadmaps, Creative Tension, Systems Thinking, Shared Vision, Mental Modelling, Material Potential and Immaterial Potential, QMS Infrastructure


This theoretical article emphasises on the characterisation of quality management systems in secondary education in India.

It was observed based on the operant findings in relation with quality management system; Quality management system relates maximum quality performance in order to accomplish high level parent community satisfaction in the field of education. To implement quality performance in education one should execute additional work to develop conceptual, contextual, behavioural competences in day to day lives of educational institution. A quality management system specially deals with some disciplines of group learning, critical thinking, and conceptual mapping which is considered as very essential part for improving the quality in education.

Purpose: The purpose of the study is to help the stakeholders of the region in implementing the Quality Management aspects in secondary education. 

How to cite this article: CL Bhaskara, GC Harish. Implementation Strategies in Relation with Quality Management System in School Education. J Adv Res Qual Control Mgmt 2019; 4(2): 1-4.


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