Industry Interface is perhaps the most critical differentiator for management institutions worldwide. KIMS gives due recognition to this fact. In addition to the conventional methods of developing corporate interface such as the public relations work, organizing guest lectures and seminars, industrial visits, etc, leading to the placement of students, the institute strongly believes in establishing a firm foundation for corporate interface through some innovative practices. Some of these include industry sponsored field studies by the faculty, involvement of students in live cases, undertaking of Management Development Programmes and consultancy projects for the industry. We at KIMS strongly believe in making corporates our partners who would instill good practices, process and execution skills in our students. This interest is also reflected in the constitution of our Board of Members which includes eminent member representatives from the industry.
STUDENTS PLANT TOUR TO AMAR UJALA
Kanpur institute of management studies organized an industrial visit on 7 Oct 2017 to AMAR UJALA PVT. LTD. Located in Dada Nagar in Kanpur for the students of MBA
The visit was organized under the supervision and guidance of Director Dean Academics Prof. Altaf Quaiyum , relevant permissions were also taken by ShriGauravRathi (admin. Officer AMAR UJALA group).
The aim of this plant visit was:
- 1.To make the students aware of the working environment and practices followed in Press industry.
- 2. Provide an interactive platform for students with printing experts.
- 3. Analysis of the work practices of the organization.
The zeal of students to learn was evident with the fact that they were curious to know more about the management and operation practices that were followed in the printing press.
Amar Ujala is India’s third largest Hindi-language daily newspaper with 19 editions in 7 states and 1 union territory covering 179 districts. With a total daily readership of 30.13 million readers (Source: IRS 2012 Q4), making it one of the most widely read broad-sheet newspaper in India and a circulation base of 2.93 million copies (Source: ABC Jan-June 2016).
It covers Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Haryana, Chandigarh Punjab Delhi NCR and Uttar Pradesh.
It’s one of the fastest growing major daily newspapers in India. The circulation of Amar Ujala increased by 18% from 2.49 million per day in first half of 2015 (Source: ABC Jan-June 2015) to 2.93 million per day in first half of 2016 (Source: ABC Jan-June 2016), and holds the number 1 position in Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Himachal Pradesh and Jammu. The visit commenced with a warm welcome of the students by Amar Ujala Printing Manager, Mr. HimashuDwivedi.
The visit was carried forward in two groups of students by the printing incharge, Mr. Dwivedi& Team members.The visit included a tour to the printing process of Amar Ujala and the processing of their Commercial Section. Students got hands on experience about printing, cutting, folding, assembling etc.
Various general and technical questions were asked by students like the TURNOVER OF THE PRINTING PRESS, NUMBER OF WORKERS, WORKING OF DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS, RECYCLING OF WASTE MATERIALS, TYPES OF PAPERS USE ETC. The thrilling moment was when a dummy session of printing, cutting and folding of the newspaper was done. Within fraction of seconds, a large sheet was cut and given 16 folds for ready reading. All the queries were handled in detailed & satisfactory manner by the factory supervisors. The overall experience was enriching and acquainted for the students with the knowledge of management principles in practice.
Students learnt many things related to management which is as follows:
1-How to collect authentic information from Uttarakhand, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu, Haryana, Chandigarh, Punjab Delhi NCR and Uttar Pradesh.
2-The most important factor we got the method of sequencing the news before printing.
3-Coordination between editing and printing departments.
4-Cost management through advertisement.
5-Optimization of machines & equipments.
6-Regular maintenance of all the printing machines.
7-Proper use of communication channels for sending and receiving news.
Such visits not only help in skill specialization but also help in mastering entrepreneurial techniques.
Four Days Educational and industrial Tour in Nanital and Haldwani(to Kumau area) from 23rd Feb 2018 to 26th Feb 2018.
Our college organized a four day tour to Nainital and Haldwani (Kumau Area ) for enhancing and exploring the knowledge of students with enjoyment of hilly and green area .
Nainital is one of the main “No Pollution City “of the state. Only light motor vehicle are allowed to save the city from pollution. For the same purpose of making the city no pollution “Smoking is also banned “in Nainital at public places
Nainital, an old-world hill station in the Kumau, is set around the ebony-emerald Naini Tal (Lake) ringed by hills. Founded by Mr. P. Barron, a European merchant and an enthusiastic hunter in 1841, the city derives its name from a temple dedicated to the goddess ‘Naini Devi”. Located at a height of 1938 meters, this famous hill station of India is surrounded by pine forests. Its numerous lakes, stunning mountain vistas are a paradise for holidaymakers and nature lovers.
A travel to Nainital is a fairytale panoramic tour through the Himalayan Mountains where nature is both the backdrop and the director.
Industrial Visit :
Nainital industrial visit was very interesting, Students have visited special economic zone developed by State Industrial Development Corporation of Uttarakhand in Rudrapur, This large Integrated Industrial Estate has numerous manufacturing units like Tata Motors, Brittania Industries, Parle Agro, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. ,LA OPALA RG, Reckitt Benckiser India Ltd, Bosch Chassis System PVT.Ltd, Nestle India Ltd. Etc
- Parle Foods Pvt Ltd
- Tata Motors
- Mahindra Tractor
- Bajaj Automobiles
The students has also visited Nagar Mahapalika , Nainital where in Mr Rohitash Sharma (executive ) elaborated all the students about “Swacch Bharat Abhiyan “ and also given the knowledge about restriction on use of polythene (Polybags )
Enjoyable Visit :
Bhimtal (22 Km.)
A large lake in an amphitheatre of hills offers boating, both paddle and row and fishing.
This attribute lake is believed to be one of the emerald green eyes of Shiva’s consort, Sati. According to Hindu mythology, when Sati’s father insulted Shiva by not inviting him to a family sacrifice, she immolated herself in protest. This infuriated Shiva who gathered the charred remains in his arms and proceeded to engage in ‘tandav’ “dance of cosmic destruction,” which threatened the very existence of the world. To terminate the dance, Vishnu, the preserver of the Universe, chopped up Sati’s body into pieces, and the remains were scattered throughout India. The modern Naina Devi Temple at the northern end of the Naini Lake is the exact spot where Sati’s eye is believed to have fallen.
A visit to the Snow View is a must for all Nainital visitors who want to have a grand view of Nanda Devi, India’s second-highest peak. High above the town, Snow View is a hilltop area and 2,235m (7,450 ft.) above sea level. There visitors will find a small marble temple dedicated to Dev Mundi housing images of different gods and goddesses of the Hindu pantheons including Durga, Sita, Shiva, Rama, Lakshmana and Hanuman.
Naukuchia-tal (26 km)
A lake with nine corners. A good fishing spot and a haven for migratory birds. Yachting, Rowing, Pedal Boating and Swimming are great attractions.
Mukteshwar (51 Km.)
On a ridge some 2,254m (7,513 ft.) above sea level, Mukteshwar boasts dramatic views of the Himalayas, fruit orchards and thick coniferous forest. At the edge of town, on the top of a rock, is century-old Mukteshwar Temple, whose presiding deity is Lord Shiva.
Pithoragarh (188 km)
Paragliding in Nainital. Paragliding is an exciting adventure activity that enables the participants to fly like a bird in the sky and enjoy the magnificent view spread below them. Over the past several years, this adventure activity has found numerous takers in India
Mount Climbing in Nainital : Apart from being a popular hill station, Nainital is a great place for adventure enthusiasts. It offers a host of sporting activities including rock climbing. A test of physical strength and mental endurance, rock climbing is not for the fainthearted. Our Students participate in this activity and enjoyed a lot. This one is the best experience of this trip.
Water zorbing; Your 15 minutes of adventure begins now. Join this water zorbing activity and try to stay balanced and on your feet, as you would be tossed around inside a gigantic plastic ball, known as a Zorb.
River crossing; Nainital is the travellers dream as it caters to all kind of traveller’s interest and dreams. This picturesque locale in the Himalayan range fulfils the desires of adventurist, nature lover and relaxer equally.
Cable car ride; Cable cars are sky networks, which was earlier used often for transportation in hilly regions. It is now become a jolly and a thrilling ride for entertainment and to view the scenic beauty from a great height.
There are many more things are done by our students in this educational trip which gives them one of the best experiences of life. This was an educational as well as adventurous tour. In which all students have gained knowledge. They also enjoyed the views and site scene of ‘NANITAL & KUMAU AREA’.
As this was a successful trip we hope to go again for some different destination for students exposure & enjoyment in near future.