Industrial Visit

Industrial Visit to Windsor Machines Ltd

On 6th December, 2017 Industrial Visit was organized for MBA HR students, at Windsor Machines Ltd, Ahmadabad. The motto of the visit is to teach the HR students about practical HR and how theories can be apply in manufacturing firm.So that students can get aware about practical scenario of working before get in to.

Industrial Visit to Balaji Wafers

The Faculty of Management Studies as a part of our academics had visited the “Balaji Wafers” plant located in Valsad region on 22nd November , 2017. A total of 116 students and 4 teaching faculty members(Prof.Fomi, Prof.chintan, Prof.Aashka and Prof.Kunal) had visited the place. it was a great experience for the students to learn for the practical aspects of the management.

Industrial Visit to Sumul Dairy, Surat

An industrial visit to Sumul Dairy, Surat was arranged on 28th and 29th September, 2017 for all students.

Industrial Visit to Coca Cola

Sem 1, MBA, PIMR students went to visit Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages Private Limited (HCCBPL), Goblej Village, Kheda District, Gujarat; which is the largest bottling partener of the coca-cola company in India. Students learnt quite few technical and management aspects during the visit.

Visit to Adani Petronet Port Pvt. Ltd

The students of HR with faculty guide Prof. Tushar Pradhan visited the APPPL.Industrial visit was carried out at APPPL, for Semester III HR students. The main objective behind the visit was to make students aware about how various activities related to Human Resource and Financing are carried out in the company and to give them feel of managers as soon as they enter into the real corporate world.

APPPL being the largest private port developer and operator is a premier workplace that attracts talent from all over the country. The company provides conducive work environment which motivates employees to put in their best efforts to achieve ambitious targets and growth plans. Their talent and commitment fuels the vision of the company to handle 200 MMT of volumes by the year 2020.