Lloyd Business School, Greater Noida organized an Entrepreneurship Orientation Programme Cum Industrial Visit for PGDM (HR, SCM and BA) students to National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC - A Government of India Enterprise), Okhla, New- Delhi on 18th October, 2019.
The purpose of the visit was to bring awareness among students about practical aspects and process of setting up new enterprise and to have exposure of incubation centre. After EOP/Visit, the students had practical insight on how they can plan about setting up their own ventures and the resources of assistance. They also got to know the schemes and training assistance NSIC provides to start-ups.
National Small Industries Corporation (NSIC), is an ISO 9001-2015 certified Government of India Enterprise under Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME). NSIC has been working to promote aid and foster the growth of micro, small and medium enterprises in the country.
Under the strategic guidance of Dr Shruti Traymbak and Kajal Chauhan, to strengthen the Industry Academia Interface, 30 students of PGDM batch 2018-20 of Lloyd Business School, Greater Noida visited the CMA CGM Logistics Park, Dadri, Greater Noida, UP on May 18, 2019. It is a leading global container shipping line, ranked number three in the world with an enviable worldwide network offering. Students understood difference between Container Freight Stations (CFS) and Inland Container Depot (ICD) in exports and imports. Container Freight Stations (CFS) has been established to speed up EXIM trade and help small exporters, whose consignments are less than container loads (LCL).
Mr. Suraj Pandey, BDM Head answered the questions of students related to job opportunities in Logistic and Supply Chain Management Industry whilst updating them on the most recent trends like E-Seal, SOLAS, etc. It was a highly informative visit and students got the opportunity to witness and understand the functioning of CFS.
To strengthen our Industry Connect and pave way for Industry-Academic Integration, a visit to the manufacturing plant of Coca Cola Happiness Factory was undertaken for our students of MBA (BATCH 2018-20). The students were given insights about various brands & products of Coca Cola and various marketing strategies used to increase brand awareness & enhance brand image. The students were also briefed about the whole process of production along with the initiatives done by the organization for fulfilling their Corporate Social Responsibility.
To strengthen our Industry Connect and give exposure to our students, a visit to the manufacturing plant at Pepsi was undertaken. The visit centered around quality control and distribution strategy at their manufacturing hub in Greater Noida, U.P. The visit was conducted in 2 slots by:
1. PGDM (Supply Chain, Human Resource, Business Analytics) students on 20th November - To enlighten the students with facility management techniques and usage of predictive analytics in quality checks and error handling
2. BBA students on 22nd November - To endow the budding managers with early exposure to industry relevant concepts and techniques
To strengthen our Industry Connect and pave way for Industry-Academic Integration, a visit to the Corporate office Amar Ujala, Leading Hindi Newspaper was undertaken for our students of PGDM SCM & HR (BATCH 2018-20) on December 14, 2018. Amar Ujala is a Hindi-language daily newspaper published in India. It has 20 editions in seven states and one union territory covering 180 districts. It has a circulation of around three million copies the students were given insights about media planning, shift work system of employees, HR policy, turnover and attrition rate of employees. Various general and technical questions were asked by students like the turnover of the factory, plan for future expansion, number of workers, working of different departments, recycling of waste material, types of paper etc. The students were also briefed about the whole process of production along with the initiatives done by the organization for fulfilling their Corporate Social Responsibility.