Professional Business Commercial Industrial visits create an important part of the management course of study in order that the student acquires a chance to encounter the real functional practical atmosphere.
Wainganga College of Engineering and Management is the only organization and educational institute providing MBA Education which gives Students an overall exposure of not only of Indian economic market as well as gives fascinating ideas and research of International successful companies and factories. In light of this, Wainganga College arranged foreign Industrial Visit to Thailand which concluded recently.
The industrial visit is planned to give the students a practical exposure to the current working of corporate companies and to co relate the same to what they study in their course of MBA, which will ensure that they are in demand forever for these companies.
Purpose: The purpose of arranging foreign industrial visit to MBA Students is to make them aware about what is going on globally. Often students of other colleges are not likely to be aware about the global industry scenario, how internationally companies have progressed.
Various Company types: Students are taken to various types of industries such as FMCG products, Manufacturing, Automobile, Textiles, Service industry, Media and PR, Chemical, Shipping, Mining, Energy, banking and Finance and many more. Students are taken to a wide spectrum of array of industries; this is because we have 5 segments: MBA in Service Sectors, MBA in Human resource, MBA in Marketing, MBA in Operations and MBA in Finance.
Overall Exposure: Each student gets his overall exposure of the selected industry and the specialization which they are going to pursue. Causing of students interaction with the workers and officials of entirely the other side of globe helps them to attain and gain knowledge about the Production process (useful for MBA-Operations Students), HR Policies and Procedures (which are useful for MBA-HR Students), Marketing strategies (How MBA Marketing students are going to be in future), financial aspects (to know about how finance sector works), use of technology (MBA –information technology students analysis about what revolutionary invention should be adopted), Quality of Work Life, and Consistency. Industrial Visit helps in combining the academic knowledge with practical experience in life and corporate environment. These visits consist of plant & production behavior and discussions with the staff in various departments of the organization.
Companies visited: Wainganga College visited Thai Steel Industry. The Thailand Board of Investment is keen to attract investments in upstream industries for high-quality steel production and has long promoted the manufacture of downstream steel, such as hot metal, pig metal, sponge iron, direct reduction iron and hot briquette iron, as well as the manufacture of intermediate steel such as slab, billet and bloom. For investors in the steel industry, the Board of Investment’s renewed emphasis on this sector bodes well. And with the economic upturn anticipated and additional spending on infrastructure and in manufacturing, the steel industry will continue to face increasing demand for a full range of products.
Thailand is a Southeast Asian country. It’s known for tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha. In Bangkok, the capital, an ultramodern cityscape rises next to quiet canal side communities and the iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho and the Emerald Buddha Temple (Wat Phra Kaew). Nearby beach resorts include bustling Pattaya and fashionable Hua Hin.
Currency: Thai baht
Thailand’s attractions are diverse and each provides a rewarding and memorable experience in its own way.
Everyone visited Railay Beach, Koh Phi Phi, The Grand Palace, Bangkok, Sunday Walking Street, Chiang Mai, Pai, Khao Yai National Park, Sukhothai Old City and Historic City of Ayutthaya.
Learning: With these types of wide range of companies, Students learnt about Trade & export management, raw Material Procurement, How employee benefits are thought commercially, How Logistics are done, get to know about how zero inventory management is achieved, how companies in global economic face challenges and many other relative topics. Student also got a chance to get hand’s on experience with respect to operations and materials management while Industrial visit. Our Ultimate aim is to provide a unique opportunity for management students to gain a foresight working environment related to their subject area and specialization as well as to develop their communication and inter-personal skills in the context of work.
Students want to learn everything that is going on an industrial visit. A well talented MBA student from our college can always do that of its nature which has an idea of covering a broad vision – marketing, management, finance and accounting.
Conclude: Management graduates passing out from our institute have the strategic perspective, business knowledge, and excellent management skills to deliver strong performance while making a positive impact on society, environment and mankind.
President of Wainganga Bahu-uddeshiya Vikas Sanstha Dr B B Karanjekar, Principal of Wainganga College of Engineering and Management Dr Bharat Chede appreciated the efforts taken by the entire staff of MBA Department namely Prof Minakshi Shendre, Prof Devendra J Bisen and Ms Pratibha Kodape to make the tour successful.