Discuss the access, cost, and quality of quality environments, as well as recent quality initiatives (See Chapter 24 and Table 24.1). Student is to reflect on the relationship between quality measures and evaluation and role development. In addition, describe this relationship and note how the role of the APN might change without effective quality measures.
During the Mughal rule muslin weavers were receiving encouragement and care by the referees, because it is weaves specifically for the king and known as «Malmulkas» and the quality is not matched by the best European fabrics. Muslin was not rivaled in prestige except the «Obrawan» fabric which means running water. The story says that the quality of the cloth «Obrawan», made emperor Aurangzeb berating his own daughter for her condescending and extravagant behavior. The muslin is made by hand tenderly and transparency like no other fabric, because the weaving process was very difficult. In the beginning, the weavers have to find a good quality of cotton, then comes the precision stage, where this process only done in the early hours of morning or afternoon to avoid the intensity of sun’s heat. The number of strings in the best sort of this cloth 1.800 per inch, while the number of threads necessary for the manufacture of all types at least an inch in quality 1.400. In the end, the magnificence of this cloth weavers come on sight account. In contrast, they have distinct social status. The selling of fabric Dhaka muslin continued in London until 1813. Sales profits increased high up to 75%, because it was cheaper than the British fabrics and for the reason that the fear of competition to make the British impose a tax on Indian products of 80%, as well as the emergence of weaving machines hit a powerful blow for the manufacture of muslin. By the year 1817, the English arrived thread made from machine to Dhaka and the price was a quarter of the Indian textile price. Some historian mentioned that some of the British did cut the fingers of the Bengalis weavers who specialize in muslin cloth. The objective of the British textile industry was to establish in Manchester and take advantage of all the big exporting fabrics to the Indian market. To succeed this idea had to be the destruction of the textile industry in India, including cutting fingers artists muslin so as not to be able to produce this kind of upscale cloth, which helps promote their own fabrics. Dr. Trevelyan said, “Indian cotton manufactures had been to a great extent displaced by English manufactures. The peculiar kind of silky cotton formerly grown in Bengal, from which the fine Dhaka muslins used to be made>GET ANSWER