A glimpse into the practical world

A glimpse into the practical world

Industrial Visit

The students of PES College of Business Management visited various
organisations in and around the City.

excited The students during their visit to TIMKEN Company.

This was conducted as a part of their industry-student-interaction programme. The final year students were taken to industries based on their specialisation.

The finance team was taken to Timken, an organisation that manufactures taper-bearing units for surgical and operational equipment. The visit was organised by Raina Singh and Dinesh, the industrial visit coordinators of the college. The students were given presentations based on various trends in management.

The senior executives interacted with the students and explained the various managerial aspects of the company. Shailesh G, a faculty member, accompanied the students on the visit.

Under the guidance of Madhukumar K, a faculty of the college, the HR team visited VST tillers and tractors, a manufacturing sector relating to agriculture. The HR process in a manufacturing sector and the various labour-related issues were explained to the students.

The marketing specialisation team, under the guidance of Priya Vaz, was taken to Toyota Kirloskar Motors. Here, the students were shown various processes in automobile manufacturing units and state-of-the-art processes. Badrinath and Ramya Shastry accompanied the students on their day-long visit.

The first year students of the college were invited to witness ‘Sparks’, a personality development programme organised by Infosys in their campus. The event was aimed at moulding managers and entrepreneurs of tomorrow. Infosys officials welcomed them cordially and gave valuable inputs in an interactive session.

According to Dinesh, the industrial visit co-ordinator, the visit gave a first-hand experience to students as they received practical exposure on theoretical aspects.
“It created a sense of awareness about the real work culture in an industry. Students came to know what the industry expects from aspiring employees.

The industrial visits enriched the knowledge base of students by exposing them to new changing work cultures and methodologies in various organisations,” he said.
The visits provided a platform for students to analyse their areas of interest.

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