Study Tour

Date: 28/01/2020 – 30/01/2020
The following industries were visited by our students
• Garuda Polyflex Foods Private Limited (GONEMAD), No:11, Jigani Link Road, Bommasandra Anekal Taluk, Bengaluru.
Department of Management planned Industrial Visit in association with Garuda Polyflex Foods Private Limited, Bangalore for the II Semester BBA students from 16th January 2020 to 27th January 2020. Industrial Visit scheduled in different dates for each section of II Semester BBA students. This industrial visit gives an experiential learning for the students by visiting the different section in the food industry.

II BBA A & AM:
A total of 57 Students from II BBA AM were accompanied by Prof.R.Haribaskar and Prof.Gincy Charles to the industry (i.e.) Garuda Polyflex Foods Pvt. Ltd. (GONEMAD) on 20/01/2020. The students had visited the industry as a part of their curriculum.

The students had visited Garuda Polyflex Foods Pvt. Ltd. (GONEMAD) which is manufacturing products in chocolate segment, biscuit segment and beverages segment. The venture maintained the leading position in sweet and savory snack with a very high retail value share. As the process of Industrial visit the students were given introduction about the company and its HR practices. Then they were guided by a HR department representative inside the manufacturing unit. There he explained about the entire process step by step to the students. Different varieties of chocolates and wafer stick production process were explained to the students. Students learned the real world application of management and the business mechanisms. They got information about the implementation of 5S methodology in the factory and the impact it had on the company running. It was observed that the works which were happening in the factory were going on very smoothly without any chaos and confusion among employees or machineries, which should be because of the 5S methodology mainly. Students learned about the Cleanliness and hygiene in the industry to ensure the quality of the product, working condition of the employees and various precautionary measures in respect of the human safety, plant safety and environment safety.

II BBA B:
A total of 69 students of II BBA B accompanied by Prof.L.Monica and Prof.Vinod Joseph George for an industrial visit as a part of their curriculum on 17th January 2020. The students visited the industries for 2 hours and learn the process and techniques involved in manufacturing of food products. They learned about the packaging and marketing techniques of the industry. It gives inputs to the student about the production and operation process carried out for the food products. The visit was very informative in terms of exposing students to basics of production and packaging. Students had interacted with the supervisor during visit and gathered lot of information about the manufacturing process and techniques followed in the industry.

II BBA C:
There were 78 students of II BBA C section accompanied by Prof.Ajai Abraham and Dr.Geethu Anna Mathew had visited the industry on 27th January 2020. Students were divided into two groups and accompanied by a unit supervisor who explained them the process of food products followed in the industry. They explained about the production and packing techniques which is the highlight for the industry for an effective distribution. The industrial visit ended with an interactive session with the company official who answered question of students related to HR, Finance, Marketing and manufacturing department in the industry. Industrial visit offers a great source to gain practical knowledge. Students can observe the concepts and practical working environment. It brings clarity to the manufacturing process.

II BBA D:
A total of 69 students from II Semester BBA D section accompanied by Prof.S.Manjunath and Dr.Roshen Therese Sebastian on 16th January 2020. The industrial visit started with the brief introduction about the company and its processes to the students followed by students visiting the plant layout of the company. After the visit, the students had an idea about the production and plant capacity of the food industry. This visit had enriched the learning ability of the students about manufacturing process of food products, techniques used in manufacturing activities and different practices followed by the industry to maintain the quality in the product. Students understood the plant layout as well as the function of chocolate manufacturing unit. The students came to know about the manufacturing process, HR policies, working environment, and safety precautions and 5S implementation of the industry.

II BBA BA:
A total number of 55 Students from II BBA (BA) visited Garuda Polyflex Foods Pvt. Ltd on 22/01/2020. They were accompanied by Dr Jisha V G and Prof. Varly Luthra. The industry is located near Jigani Link Road at Bommasandra Anekal Taluk in Bengaluru. The students had visited industry as a part of their curriculum.

Firstly, the students were given an introduction about the company and Chocolate Production-‘Beans to Chocolate’, Gone Mad Waferstick Chocolate Production Process through a video. And after that students went for Factory Floor Visit along with faculties in two groups. During the floor visit they showed the process how they manufacture the choclate wafersticks and students got the opportunities to interact with them and asked several queries about the manufacturing process. Industry visited by students this academic year gave them an enriching learning experience about the chocolate processing process, packing style adopted by companies and about the automation in the industries. In Garuda Polyflex Foods Pvt. Ltd students could also analyze the plant and facility layout and apply the theory concept of productions and operations management. Industrial visit delivered a practical exposure to students on the concepts taught theoretically in classroom.


Date: 04/03/2020 & 06/03/2020
The following industries were visited by our students
1. PUSHPAK PRODUCTS PRIVATE LIMITED.
2. CEREBRA GREEN
3. KOLAR-CHIKKABALLAPURA DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVE MILK PRODUCERS UNION LTD (KOMUL)

The Students of VI BBA had visited three industries namely PUSHPAK PRODUCTS PVT LTD, KOMUL and CEREBRA GREEN on 04/03/2020 and 06/03/2020 as a part of their curriculum.

Firstly, students had visited Pushpak Products Pvt Ltd which has been designing, manufacturing and delivering high-end precision products and services for the Aerospace, Defence, Automobile, Industrial and Institutional. They are partners to ISRO, for some of the successful ambitious Aerospace projects of the world. To name recent ones, GSAT-15,16,17 and Project PSLV-C37, that successfully launched 104 satellites in a single flight.

The second plant students visited was KOMUL which is Karnataka’s Second highest Milk Producing District organization. It is a District level apex body of milk cooperatives in Karnataka, which aims to provide remunerative returns to the farmers by eliminating the middlemen and also serve the interest of consumers by providing quality Milk & milk products, which are good value for money. Presently Union has full pledged dairy at Kolar with an installed capacity of 2.0 LLPD, and three chilling centers at Chinthamani, Sadli, & Gowribidnur with 1.0 LLPD capacity each respectively. KOMUL started marketing of liquid milk in polythene sachets in entire Kolar District and parts of Bangalore City since 1994. The area of operation is restricted to Kolar and Chikkaballapura Districts having 2919 villages of 11 revenue Taluks.

The third industry was Cerebra Integrated Technologies Limited which commenced its business in 1992, as a player in the Hardware Sector, before later expanding to provide software services, IT training, Consulting, and ultimately, offering Total IT Solutions comprising of LPO, BPO and KPO services. Cerebra has over 50,000 installations of PC’s & Servers across the country, and the team has grown to more than 150 people today. Cerebra has persevered through times of hardship, and continues forward on its mission to be amongst the top IT Solutions Providers in the globe. Cerebra has set up one of the largest e-Waste facilities in India, with the aim of becoming a leading player in this business. All three industries visited by students this academic year gave them an enriching learning experience about the milk processing process, packing style adopted by companies and when visited Cerebra students could practically see and explore how e-waste is collected and recycled in Bangalore district and also about the refurbishing process that the company undertakers for laptops that are collected from corporate organization and resells it as a new product to its franchising authorities at a lesser price. In Cerebra students could also analyze the plant and facility layout and apply the theory concept of productions and operations management like Kaizen. At pushpak students could learn the practical process of designing and delivering high-end precision products and services for the Aerospace, Defence, Automobile, Industrial and Institutional. On a whole Industrial visit delivered a practically exposure to students on the concepts thought theoretically in classroom.


Date: 28/01/2020 – 30/01/2020
The following industries were visited by our students
• Kolar Diary Premises (KOMUL), NH4, Huthur Post, Kolar, Karnataka.

Department of Management arranged Industrial Visit in association with Kolar Premises (KOMUL) for the IV Semester BBA Students to visit their production unit in Kolar. This industrial visit was scheduled for each section in three different dates. Industrial visit was organized by the department in order to get experiential learning for the students in understanding the application of different unit in the industry.

IV BBA – A & C Section
A total of 90 students from IV BBA – A & C section along with two faculty members Prof.T.Somasundaram and Prof.K.Opika had visited the Kolar Premises on 28th January 2020. The students had visited the industries, where they make dairy products under the brand name “Nandini”. The plant visit lasted for 2 ½ hours and the students were oriented about the manufacturing process of dairy products, packaging system, quality policies of organisation and safety measures. The students were briefed about the benefits of the dairy product and a lot of information was provided as to how this dairy product was distributed in Bangalore. The students were exposed to the quality check routine of the products and automation of the machine was explained. It emphasized the students to understand the operation process of various dairy products, procuring raw materials, techniques used in packaging system, distribution channel and safety practices adopted in the dairy industries.

IV BBA – B & BA Section:
A total of 119 students from IV BBA – B & BA section along with two faculty members Prof.S.Manjunath and Prof.Steffi Joan had visited the Kolar Premises on 29th January 2020. The students had visited the dairy industries and initially they are oriented about the processing of milk from initial stage to the final stage. Students visited the different section of KOMUL Unit like pasteurization unit, quality checking unit and packing unit for 2 hours. The students were briefed about the quality process of dairy products and its distribution in Bangalore and also exposed to know the automation of machine used in the industries for dairy products. Students learnt about the computerized production of milk and other dairy products which involved a lot of steps with scientific methods pertaining to international standards.

IV BBA – D & AM Section
A total of 114 students from IV BBA – D & AM section along with two faculty members Dr.Silbert Jose S.V. and Prof.R.Madhusudhanan had visited the Kolar Premises on 30th January 2020. Students went for a visit for 2 hours and oriented about the various process and techniques used for dairy products in the industries. In this industrial visit, students came across the various sections in the industry and visited the manufacturing process, quality process and safety measures, etc. Every student was briefed about the benefits of the dairy product and its utilization and demand in the Bangalore region. The students were exposed to the quality check routine of the products and automation of the machine was explained. The students are witnessing various theoretical aspects in a practical manner. The operating process, plant layout, packing, delivering products gives them a clear picture better than the theoretical input.

The Industrial tour to Coimbatore New Delhi from 18th November ,2018 to 21st November 2018
The following industries were visited by our students
1. Aavin Milk Dairy, Coimbatore.
2. Suguna Motors, Coimbatore.
3. Aqua Group, Coimbatore.
4. Doddabetta Tea Factory, Ooty.

The Students of VI BBA had visited four industries namely Aavin Milk Dairy, Suguna Motors, Aqua Group and Doddabetta Tea factory. The students could learn the process and techniques involved in manufacturing of tea powder. They could learn about the packaging and marketing technique of the industry. The second plant visited was Aqua Group in Coimbatore, which was one of the largest producers of solar pumps, agricultural pumps and domestic pumps. The students were grouped into two and were briefed about the manufacturing, assembling procedures of the company’s product. This industry gave a rich experience to the students about the production and operation management and also gave an insight about Kaizen Techniques.

The third industry was Aavin Milk Dairy which is one of the leading distributors of milk in Tamilnadu. Students gained knowledge about the processes and segregation of milk. The marketing techniques their channel of distribution, the number of employees and the benefits given to them by the organization was explained in brief. The last company visited was Suguna Motors which is a global leader for manufacturing pumps and motors for domestic and industrial use. As the industry visited in Coimbatore and Ooty was more into manufacturing, students could analyze the plant and facility layout and apply the theory concept of productions and operations management like Kaizen, TQM etc. Around 94 students were the part of the study tour.


The Industrial tour to New Delhi from 17th November ,2018 to 21st November 2018
The following industries were visited by our students
1. Parle - G Limited – New Delhi.
2. Yakult Danone India Pvt. Limited, Sonipat – Haryana.
3. Mother Dairy Fruit & Vegetable Pvt. Limited, Patparganj - New Delhi.

The Students of VI BBA had been to New Delhi for an industrial visit as part of their curriculum and visited Parle-G, a company manufacturing cookies and confectionary and Mother Dairy, milk products processing industry.

The students had first visited Parle-G, where they manufacture biscuits, candies and other related products and the students were oriented about the manufacturing area, product display followed by question and answer session.

The second plant students visited was Mother Dairy, which makes milk products under the brand “Mother Dairy”. The visit included a brief orientation about manufacturing process, quality policies of organisation and safety measures and visit to the manufacturing area. The industry visited was Danone-Yakult, an industry that manufactures fermented milk based health drink. The students were briefed about the benefits of the product and a lot of information was provided as to how this product was marketed in India. The students were exposed to the quality check routine of the products and automation of the machine was explained.

The learning outcome of industrial visit includes the knowledge about manufacturing process, techniques used in production process, management practices adopted by the industries, legal framework, procuring raw materials, marketing of products and human resource practices of the organisations.

The visit was beneficial to the students as they have experienced the manufacturing process in real and interacted with officials from industry. They stressed that visit to Mother Dairy and Yakult was so informative and they have gained some knowledge about milk products and PR strategies of new products in an unfamiliar market. They also said that, interaction with employees was so helpful that they can easily understand the technical aspects of manufacturing process. Around 72 students were part of the study tour


The Industrial tour to Hyderabad from 18th November ,2018 to 22nd November 2018
The following industries were visited by our students
1. Coca Cola
2. Hartex Rubber
3. Parle G
4. AGI Glass

Students of VI BBA have gone to Hyderabad for an industrial visit as part of their curriculum and have visited four industries named, Coca Cola, Hartex Rubber, Parle and AGI Glass. The students have visited the plants to know about the manufacturing process, organisation policies, working environment, marketing activities, industrial relations, legal regulations, distribution policies and safety measures taken by the industries.

The visit also focused on studying about management practices adopted by the industries for the smooth functioning of production, managing demand and supply, managing human resources, utilising the funds available and improving the quality.

The students gained a learning experience about manufacturing process of products, techniques used in manufacturing, management practices adopted by the industry, marketing of products, human resource practices, legal regulations on industry and industrial relations.

The Industrial tour to Hyderabad from 14th November, 2017 to 18th November, 2017
The following industries were visited by our students
1. Sarwottam Ispat
2. Coca Cola
3. Hartex Rubber
4. AGI Glass

The final year students have visited the plants to know about the manufacturing process, organisation policies, working environment, marketing activities, industrial relations, legal regulations, distribution policies and safety measures taken by the industries. The visit also focused on studying about management practices adopted by the industries for the smooth functioning of production, managing demand and supply, managing human resources, utilizing the funds available and improving the quality. The industrial visit is expected to give a learning experience for the students about manufacturing process of products, techniques used in manufacturing, management practices adopted by the industry, marketing of products, human resource practices, legal regulations on industry and industrial relations.
About 114 students were the part of the study tour


The Industrial tour to New Delhi from 12th November ,2017 to 18th November 2017
The following industries were visited by our students
1. M.B. Rubber
2. Mother Dairy

The Students of VI BBA had been to New Delhi for an industrial visit as part of their curriculum and visited M.B. Rubber, a footwear manufacturing industry and Mother Dairy, milk products processing industry. The industrial visit focused to gain the knowledge about manufacturing process, techniques used in production process, management practices adopted by the industries, legal framework, procuring raw materials, marketing of products and human resource practices of the organizations. The visit was beneficial to the students as they have experienced the manufacturing process in real and interacted with officials from industry and they have gained some knowledge about milk products. About 78 students were the part of study tour.

Industrial tour 2016: Paramount Nutrition India
On the 5, 6 and 7 of January 2016, all the students of IV Semester BBA, visited Paramount Nutrition India Pvt. Ltd., which is a contract manufacturing firm that produces Britannia’s Good Day biscuits for the whole of South India. This industrial visit was planned with an objective of giving students an opportunity to see their subject lessons come to life in the real world, and the theory learned in the classroom; how is it practically implemented. In this particular trip, the subjects such as Cost Accounting and Production Operations Management (POM) were seen in action.

The manufacturing facility is located in Bidadi Industrial Area and this state-of-the-art facility is spread over 7 acres. At Paramount, the students were divided into two batches and then shown around the facility. Before entering the factory, the students had to be sanitized and were also given some general instructions to be followed through the tour. Our students were shown the whole process of production, right from procuring of raw materials to the packaging of the biscuits. Each step in the process was explained by a guide. Questions were asked by the students so that in order to gain a deeper knowledge of the process and of their subjects.

After the factory tour, the students were given the opportunity to interact with the Manager and it proved to be quite helpful as the Manager clarified the doubts on the cost of operations and its control as well as its production specifications. The students were also given a good sampling of freshly baked biscuits.

Industrial tour 2015-2016: Industrial tour to Hyderabad
The industrial tour to Hyderabad was scheduled between 23rd November and 27th November, 2016.

The following industries were visited by our students
1 Agi Glaspac Pvt. Ltd.
2 Sarwottam Ispat
3 Hartex Rubber Industries
4 Khaitan Electricals Limited

The major learning from the industrial visit to Hyderabad and above mentioned industries was the understanding of the production and operations management along with various other functions of organizations. Students got the learning experiences of different stages of manufacturing of the products, safety precautions taken by the industries, quality management methods used, and warehousing and waste management techniques deployed.

About 165 students were a part of this study tour.

Study tour 2013-2014: Industrial tour to Coimbatore
The industrial tour to Coimbatore was scheduled between 28 January and 02 February, 2014.

The following industries were visited by our students
1) CPC Limited, Coimbatore
2) Aqua Engineering, Coimbatore
3) Gangotri Textile, Coimbatore
4) Barani Hydraulics India Private Limited, Coimbatore
5) Versa Drives Private Limited, Coimbatore

Students learned basic and best practices adopted in the industries by the manufacturers and also the implementation of methods and techniques in the process of converting raw materials into finished products.

Study tours 2012-2013: Industrial tour to Coimbatore
The industrial tour to Coimbatore was scheduled from 8 February, 2013 to 11 February 2013. The following were visited by the students.

1) CPC Limited, Coimbatore
2) Aqua Engineering, Coimbatore
3) Gangotri Textile, Coimbatore
4) Radio Astronomy Centre, Ooty

Students learned the best practices adopted in the industries by the manufacturers and also the implementation of methods and techniques in the process of converting raw materials into finished products.

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