Industrial Visit (IV)
Department of Commerce PG organized One-Day Industrial Visit at NSL Sugars Limited, Madur, Karnataka on 6th January, 2020 for the benefits of II Semester M.Com & M.Com FA Students. Total 91 students escorted by 2 faculty members visited the Industry. NSL Sugars Limited (NSL) is one of the most efficient sugar companies in south India and a sugar arm of ‘NSL’ group. NSL Group entered the ‘sugar’ business being related to agro- commercial crop business.
Industrial Visit is considered as one of the tactical methods of learning real-time applications. The main aim of the Industrial Visit is to provide an exposure to students about practical working environment and it also provides students a good opportunity to gain an inclusive awareness about industrial practices. Through industrial visit, students can know things practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. Moreover, it gives exposure from academic point of view. After visiting an industry, students can gain a combined knowledge about both theory and practical. Students will be more concerned about earning a job after having an industrial visit.
This industrial visit provided the students with a practical real-business world perspective on different functions of NSL such as Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations, Customer Service, Logistics Management, Inventory Management, etc.
• Students were exposed to various functional areas of the Industry and they acquired practical knowledge on different operations of the industry. They were also exposed to lectures given by the CEOs of the Industry.
• The practical exposures about Industry are really important for the PG students to have better understanding of the subjects taught in the programme.
The students and faculty coordinators had a real time experience on different functional areas of NSL and it has also provided the students a platform to learn the day-to-day workings of the Industry and understand its operational issues of various functional areas of the Industry. This visit also helped the students to keep update regarding the current management practices followed by the company and acquire traits that the industry demands from them.
Date: 28 September 2019 to 02, October 2019
Class & No. of students: II M. Com FA: 34, II M. Com: 44, & II M.A Economics: 03 – 81 Students
Name of Faculty Members: Dr.M.Krishnamoorthi, Ms.A.Pushpa, Dr.Sivasubramanian.K Industry Visited: J.K Fenner (India) Limited, Plot No. 11, 12, Isnapur Indira Karan Road, Pashamylaram, Medak District, IDA Pashamylaram, Hyderabad, Telangana.
Objective of Industrial Visit: This industrial tour aims to provide the students with a practical real-world perspective on different functions in organizations such as Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations, Customer Service, and Logistics etc...
Department of Economics PG organized a three-day industrial tour to Hyderabad from 28.09.2019 to 02.10.2019. A total of 81 students and 3 faculty members visited various places in Hyderabad. Dr M. Krishnamoorthy, Ms A. Pushpa, & Dr K. Sivasubramanian were the faculty coordinators who accompanied III M. Com, III M. Com FA & III MA Economics students for the industrial tour to Hyderabad. The places visited by our students are Salar Jung Museum, Charminar, Ramoji Film City, Hussain Sagar Lake, Lumbani Park. The students along with the faculty members have also visited one of the reputed industries J.K Fenner (India) Limited for acquiring practical knowledge and exposures on various functional areas of the industry. This industrial tour aims to provide the students with a practical real-world perspective on different functions in organizations such as Marketing, HR, Finance, Operations, Customer Service, and Logistics.
The first day out was sightseeing and shopping. Students visited Salar Jung Museum, a historical place located on Dar-Ul-Shif on the Southern banks of Musi River in the city of Hyderabad, Telangana which was founded by Mohammed Yousuf Ali Khan (Nawab of Hyderabad). It was constructed in the year 16 December 1951 and inaugurated by Jawaharlal Nehru. The museum was a historical spot and worth seeing.
Day 2 was scheduled to visit Ramoji Film City. Second day was the favourite part of the trip for most of students. The students visited Ramoji Film City, one of the largest film cities in the world. The students were exposed to the art of movie making & various other attractions of Ramoji Film City such as lights camera action and so on. The students enjoyed every moment of entertainment in the film city which also helped refresh their minds. Later, the students were taken to Lumbini Park for laser light show.
Day 3 was scheduled for an industrial visit to J.K. Fenner (India) Limited. J.K. Fenner organization has ranked among the top industrial houses in India for over 100 years. J.K. Fenner India’s products have been synonymous with quality and stability in Mechanical Power Transmission engineering across the globe for over 145 years offering variety of products like automobile belts and oilseeds- an important part in almost all vehicle segments. This industrial tour has provided the III Semester M. Com, M. Com FA and MA Economics students a platform to learn the steps behind the processing of a product and also has also disseminated information about the functional areas of business innovation. It helped the students acquire practical exposures on the operations of the industry.