Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum. The objective of an industrial visit is to provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies. We understand that theoretical knowledge is not enough for a successful professional career. With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides students a practical perspective of the work place. It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. It gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at college. Industrial visits provide an excellent opportunity to interact with industries and know more about industrial environment. Industrial visits are arranged by colleges for students with an objective of providing them an opportunity to explore different sectors like IT, Manufacturing,services, finance and marketing. Industrial visit helps to combine theoretical knowledge with practical knowledge. Industrial realities are opened to the students through industrial visits.
|Domestic Industrial Visits :|
|1. TATA MOTORS||2. SAERTEX INDIA||3. COCA COLA||4. BISLERI|
|5. HYUNDAI CONSTRUCTIONS||6. MAHINDRA HINODAY|
|7. RISHI LASER||8. GENIUS RUBBER INDUSTRIES|
|9. BALSON INDUSTRIES||10. ASHOK FASTENERS|
|11. GOVARDHAN ECO VILLAGE||12. BSNL|
|13. PARLE INTERNATIONAL||14. Legrand India Pvt Ltd|
International Industry Visit: The Institute believes that every student must undertake atleast one global study tour.An international study tour can be a great eye opener for the students who will be in a work environment that will require them to interact and work with people from different nationalities. The students were taken for International Industrial Visits to the following locations:
China Study Tour- The China Study Tour involved visiting companies and interacting with executives at Lenovo, Bao Steel, IKEA, Volkswagen, Suntory Beer and the Silk Factory. The visit also involved getting an experience of infrastructure marvels like the Maglev (a train that travels at 431 km/hr) Sweden Study Tour- The Sweden Study tour focused on learning and experiencing the power of innovation and putting ideas to action. The students visited places and companies like- StockholmsKulturhus, Helekopter, Volvo Construction Equipment, IKEA, Munktell Sport Arena, Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship, ABB Robotics, Ericsson Telecom and HandelsBanken
Japan Study Tour- The industrial visit to Japan included visits to the cities of Tokyo and Nagoya to companies like- Toyota Motor Corp, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Asahi Brewery, Uchida Yoko, Akhiabara and Disneyland.