The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) was established on 23rd Feb 1947. It is an international standard body composed of representatives from various national standard organizations. The organization develops and publishes worldwide technical, industrial, and commercial standards. It is an independent organization that provides standards in terms of quality, safety, and efficiency of products and services provided by businesses. It helps to make the system and process better.


  • International Standardization to facilitate world wide exchange of products
  • To maintain Equality, Uniformity, and consistency in the Quality of performance


  • To encourage ‘Quality Research’ and ‘Brain Gain Policy’
  • Quality Assesment and Accreditation is Mandatory
  • To organise Teacher Capacity Building and Employable Skill Development Programs


  • To achieve, improve, and sustain quality education
  • To gain confidence of customers
  • To encourage creativity
  • To improve products/services continually
  • To achieve students’ delight
  • To achieve global competitiveness
  • Products/services work better and last longer