Mr Shanay Rab



English, Hindi

Research Focus

The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015, which included 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 more specific targets.

These goals seeks to address the major issues we confront, realizing that eradicating poverty necessitates measures that promote economic growth while also addressing a variety of social needs such as health, education, and better quality infrastructure (QI).

My work in the area of QI, with this counties can achieve the SDGs in the most efficient way to possible.

A country’s QI is primarily required to ensure that quality expectations are met, as well as effective operations, management, regulations, control of national trade, international exchanges of goods and collaborations, and recognition of their products and services in order for them to enter the global market.Metrology, standardization, accreditation, and certification are the four major foundations of any country’s QI. Through calibration, testing, certification, verification, and inspection, these foundation pillars ensure conformity assessment. In any country, the national quality policy assures that the institutions in care of metrology, standards, accreditation, and certification are well-established, strong, and work together.

For more read our recent work:

1. Quality Infrastructure of National Metrology Institutes: A Comparative Study

2.  Improved Model of Global Quality Infrastructure Index (GQII) for Inclusive National Growth




  • Quality Infrastructure and Metrology
  • High Pressure Metrology
  • Mechanical System Design


  • Researcher

Global goals


  • India

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