The Suryadatta Institute of Fashion Technology - SIFT had arranged an Industry visit
The Suryadatta Institute of Fashion Technology (SIFT) had arranged an Industryvisit on 5 March’2016 for the Bachelors, Masters and Certificate course fashion designing students. The visit was arranged at two manufacturing units- Brintons Carpet Pvt Ltd and Atul Overseas Pvt Ltd. Around 40 students attended the industry visit.
The second industry visited was Atul Overseas Pvt Ltd established in the year 2000. They have been manufacturing, exporting, importing and supplying laboratory uniforms and medical wear and hospital wear for men and women. The various products that they manufacture are Trousers, Jackets & Coats, Boiler Suits, Tunics, Shorts, Shirts, Tabards, Aprons, and Tops & Bespoke. The garments are designed to meet the requirement of the end user's working conditions and environment. By the brand 'Ashdan'-Atul Overseas provides a fantastic range of product. They have 2 manufacturing units, the woven garments are located at Pirangut unit and knits wear are manufactured at Pashan unit. The various departments we visited are store, Cutting, stitching, Packing and Inspection departments. The students learned the process of dealing an order received from the buyers. They learned the distribution of the order right from the order receiving stage to the dispatch of the goods. They also learned the functioning of E- commerce.
Through this industrial visit the students learned the various processes that are conducted in the garment industry. The theoretical concepts learned by the students during their academics were seen by them practically during the visit. Also the students learned about the functioning, roles and responsibilities carried out in the production houses which will be useful to them after the completion of the course. As fashion designing have many opportunities in the market, this visit helped the students to choose the profile they would like to work in the
Suryadatta’s Industry-Institute-Initiative- PGDM Students visited JNPT- Mumbai- The largest container port in India
Minimum 50% of practical Knowledge should be part of Academics says Prof. Dr. S. B. Chordiya to develop Globally Ready Professionals.
Suryadatta Institutes of Management, Bavdhan, Pune, organized Industrial visit for their PGDM students on 14th December 2015 to Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT), Mumbai as a part of their Edu-Socio Cultural Initiative & Industry Institute Interface Initiative.
The students were accompanied Senior faculty members of Suryadatta Group of Institutes.
Students were given detailed information regarding the activities undergone at the Port right from receiving the material from concerned Organizations till dispatch of material to the concerned country and the formalities and procedures undergone before final dispatch. Students were informed that Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust is the biggest container handling port in India whose major area of operation is to cater to the Container and Cargo Handling at the sea port. It was explained as to how the port is committed in meeting the needs and expectations of its customers and the nation by equipping itself with state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Also the various documentations involved in export and import like packing list, Letter of Credit, List of goods etc. were discussed in detail.
Brief description was also given regarding the following terminals of the port:
JNPCT (Jawaharlal Nehru Port Container Terminal)
NSICT (Nhava Sheva International Container Terminal)
GTI (Gateway Terminals India)
BPCL (Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd.)
Students also interacted with the Technical team members of the port who gave complete insight as to what all options are open for students who are interested to work in international business sector and how to go about it.
While coming out of the port Students were shown the building of Jawaharlal Nehru Custom house from outside where all custom issues etc. are handled.
Suryadatta Group gives such kind of multiple and practical exposure to students while taking them for various industrial visits which is a part of their daily curriculum. These visits also help them to gain practical knowledge as compared to theoretical knowledge and enhances them to increase their confidence level. It also helps them to make up their mind in selecting their choice of sector for their future prospects.
STUDY TOUR TO SULA WINERY, NASHIK FOR THE STUDENTS OF SURYADATTA COLLEGE OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT, TRAVEL AND TOURISM.
The curriculum for Hotel Management students includes a knowledge of the different wines of the world , their characteristics and the wine making process. To add value to the curriculum SCHMTT conducted a study tour for the 2nd and 3rd year students to the Sula Wineries in Nashik The students were taken on the study tour to reinforce the classroom teachings and to give them a first hand experience of thel wine making process. At the Sula Winery they were able to see and experience the vineyards, the different types of grapes grown there and the machinery and equipment used for making wine. They were explained the methodology of making wines in detail by the experts at the winery. A wine tasting session was also conducted and the students were explained how to taste a wine and the different criteria by which to
rate a wine. Wine has always been popular in Europe and other parts of the world and is now becoming a popular drink in India. The climate and soil of the Nashik region of Maharashtra is very conducive to the growth of grape vines and therefore this region produces the maximum wine in India. Some of the wines produced here have attained international fame and have won international awards. The students were very happy with their experience and returned with a better knowledge and understanding of wines.
Suryadatta's 250 MBA/PGDM Students visited Army's Tank Museum at Ahmednagar
Suryadatta Group of Institutes,Pune, a name to be reckoned with, for management education, the institute ranked for consecutive 12 years among top 50 and A+ grade B schools, organized a study tour for its management (MBA & PGDM) students, to Ahmednagar. As an inseparable part of the Edu – Socio initiative of Suryadatta Group of Institutes, Pune, the MBA/PGDM students were provided anexclusively different exposure towards the life of defense personnel in the Indian Army.
The MBA/PGDM students of Suryadatta Group of Institutes,Pune,visited the Cantonment Board and Army’s Cavallery Tank Museum at Ahmednagar. Nearly 250 students selected on the basis of their performance in academics were selected for this knowledge enhancement and awareness initiative of the institute.Army officers briefed the students about various army units & shared the stories of Indian army’s bravery in various wars. Col (A) Manish Rai in his address to the students explained about opportunities available for PG students in the Army. He also explained the eligibility criteria for it. He explained about challenges & exciting working and life style of Army personnel. He emphatically told students how team work is essential at every step action in the army. His address was so stimulating & inspiring that many students enquired about the opening in the Indian Army /Navy / Air force after their P G in management & expressed their resolution of getting into Indian services for serving the nation.
On this occasion Prof. Dr. Sanjay B Chordiya, Founder President and Chairman, Suryadatta Group of Institutes, Pune Felicitated - Col (A) Manish Rai, Army’s Cantonment Board, Ahmednagar and saluted the efforts of the defense personnel in safeguarding our Nation.
INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO TATA MOTORS CAR UNIT PLANT, Chikhali , Pune
1. The concept of industrial visit is so beneficial to the students as it provides a deep understanding about the corporate world.
2. To get acquainted with the manufacturing process of Automobile sector.
3. To know the management, planning and resources allocation.
4. To study JIT, FIFO and LIFO concepts of supply chain and operations.
1. Manufacturing area of Car parts.
2. Assembly areas of cars units.
3. Painting, welding and Quality control units in manufacturing areas of Cars.
4. Pantry Area
5. Dispatch Area