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Atharva Institute of Management Studies

National Industrial Visit To Rajasthan ( Jodhpur & Jaisalmer )

7th March 2022

Atharva School of Business organised an industrial visit to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer (Rajasthan) for a week for PGDM Semester-1 students (2021-2023) batch in order to enhance their practical stimulation and to let them having an overview on the activities related to manufacturing and other operational activities that takes place in different industries.

Students visited two prominent industries of Jodhpur (Rajasthan) which involved Kansara Bearings Ltd. and Saras Dairy India.

The Visit was organised under the guidance of Hon. Director Dr. Harshita Kumar.

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Mehrangarh Fort

7th March 2022

This fort was constructed by Rao Jodha in 1459 and its around 120 meters above the ground nearby in its nearby vicinity they have Temple of Ravan and on Dussehra people this temple have sad day here.

Mehrangarh crowns a rocky hill that rises 400 feet above the surrounding plain and is of the largest fort in Rajasthan. For over 5 centuries it has been the headquarters of the senior branch of Rajput clan known as Rathores.

The fort is known for its beautiful architecture, formidable walls and cultural heritage and it covers an area of 1200 acres and was constructed by Rajput ruler Rao Jodha.

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Kansara Bearing Ltd

7th March 2022

The company deals in the manufacturing of rollers which are used in the bearings of automobiles.

There are 300 employees working in the industry out of which 14 are females.

Students also visited another industry of the same company which is called as Kansara Modler Limited. It is an Indo-German Joint Venture.

Once the final product is made it is then supplied to 30% Indian market and 70% to International Market.

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Saras Dairy Ltd

7th March 2022

It is considered as one of the second largest dairy industry in Rajasthan.

In this industry milk is outsourced in large quantities from farmers of nearby areas via huge trucks and then purified within industry with the help of automatic machineries.

Students were shown how milk is purified through Pasteurisation process that is milk is firstly heated at 55 degree Celsius and then cooled down for some time. This process helps in eliminating the bacteria from milk.

Students were also shown the manufacturing of other dairy products like Butter, Ghee, Cottage Cheese.

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Women’s Day Celebration

8th March 2022

Tour escort arranged a small Women’s Day celebration event in the hotel premises and offered each woman with beautiful red roses and chocolates in Jodhpur.

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Umaid Bhavan Palace

8th March 2022

Umaid Bhavan is considered as the magnificeint piece of Rajasthan’s heritage.

The palace has 347 rooms and is the principal residence of the former Jodhpur royal family and a part of the palace is a museum where they have a beautiful collection of royal vintage cars.

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Desert Safari ( Jaisalmer )

8th March 2022

Students got an opportunity to experience Camel Safari and Jeep Safari in one of the biggest and popular desert of India named as Thar Desert situated on the borders of Jaisalmer.

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Khaba Fort

9th March 2022

Khaba Fort, is the court for local people managed by Thakurs in previous times.

The fort is made up of sandstone and rocks and no morter was used to build it and they used lock and key system to maintain their position. The fort was inhabited by palival brahmins.

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Patwon Ki Haveli

9th March 2022

Patwon Ki Haveli also known as the Mansion Of Brocade Merchants. Patwon Ki Haveli is a cluster of five large Havelis in Jaisalmer.

Built in 1805 by Gurman Chand Patwa, it took the workers almost 55 years to complete the first haveli. It is the first and largest haveli to be constructed in Jaisalmer.

Today the cluster of Havelis is occupied by the Rajasthan government’s art and craft department.

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Jaisalmer Fort

9th March 2022

Counted amongst the largest forts in the world, Jaisalmer fort is the most popular landmark of Jaisalmer city.

The fort was built in 1156, and is a proud chattel of the Bhati clan. Rawal Jaiswal was the founder of Jaisalmer city, and Jaisalmer fort was built in his reign.

It is a 250 foot tall fort, which is protected by 30 feet long walls.

The fort constitutes 99 bastions, amongst these 92 were built between 1633 and 1647. One can see the fusion of Islamic and Rajput architecture.

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2019-2021 batch of PGDM - Industrial visit to Chandigarh and Amritsar

22nd August to 29th August 2019

On 22nd August 2019, 2018-20 batch of PGDM students with Prof. ReenaPoojara and Prof. Harsh Modi visited Chandigarh and Amritsar with an aim to visit 2 factories and also explore the local and tourist spots.

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2018-2020 batch of PGDM - Industrial visit to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer

12th February to 17th February 2019

Annkoot Agro Food, Near Kissan Kanya School, Nagori Bera, Mandore Road, Jodhpur.

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2018-2020 batch of PGDM - Industrial visit to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer

12th February to 17th February 2019

Annkoot Agro Food, Near Kissan Kanya School, Nagori Bera, Mandore Road, Jodhpur.

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2018-2020 batch of PGDM - Industrial visit to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer

12th February to 17th February 2019

Saras Dairy by Pashchimi Rajasthan Dugdh Utpadak Sahkari Sang Limited. One of the major dairy procurement unit to serve districts of Jodhpur and Jaiselmer with 1.5 lakh litre per day capacity.

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2018-2020 batch of PGDM - Industrial visit to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer

12th February to 17th February 2019

Khaba Fort is a ruined citadel set amid a barren desert village. It’s an architecturally impressive landmark full of eeriness, history and mysticism. Wander the dusty streets lined with crumbling houses and almost devoid of human activity. Khaba Fort dates back to the 13th century and was once an important part of Kuldhara, a village inhabited by Paliwal Brahmins. Sometime during the 1800s the residents fled the village and left behind a ghost town.

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2018-2020 batch of PGDM - Industrial visit to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer

12th February to 17th February 2019

Overlooking Jaisalmer Fort, this serene hotel, in a rock-cut building constructed from honey-coloured Jaisalmer stones, is 4 km from the Salim Singh-ki Haveli and 5 km from Jaisalmer Fort.

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2018-2020 batch of PGDM - Industrial visit to Jodhpur and Jaisalmer

12th February to 17th February 2019

An adventure of camel ride crossing several sand dunes in the Jaisalmer desert followed by an authentic style traditional dinner along with local dance performances.

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Ace Manufacturing Systems Ltd, Bangalore

24th February 2018

The PGDM students visited Ace Manufacturing Systems Ltd. which is one of the largest CNC machine tool builders in India today. The company has expertise in manufacturing of CNC vertical machining centers, CNC horizontal machining centers and in providing manufacturing solutions centered around these products. The company was started in the year 1994 and has been able to install over 8000 machines locally and globally in total ever since.

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Silk weaving Factory, Mysore

23rd February 2018

The students of PGDM witnessed the life cycle of a silk fabric from cocoon to cloth in a Silk Weaving Factory in Mysore. It was very exciting for the students to see Sericulture; the process of obtaining pure Silk at a Medium Scale Industry. They saw thread making, weaving of Silk Saree with pure gold zari on looms, dying of a sari and showroom where the sari are finally sold in Lakhs. It was a great learning experience for them to understand the purity of silk and the cost associated with it.

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Mysore District Co-operative Milk Producer’s Societies Union Ltd., Mysore

23rd February 2018

Nandini Dairy is giving employment to the Dairy farmers of Karnataka and the PGDM students were taken to the Mysore District Co-operative Milk Producer’s Societies Union Ltd. to see the process of collecting milk from dairy farmers and its final transformation into milk, ghee, butter and sweets. The students were spellbound to know that the society is earning a marginal profit margin because it has adopted the poor farmers and providing full financial security to the cows and the farmers in their tough time.

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P. P. Rubber Products Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur, Rajasthan

8th April 2017

Visit by PGDM Semester IV Students of Batch 2015-17

Faculty represented by Dr. Paul Rosario and Prof. Kinjal Sethia

P. P. Rubber Products is engaged in manufacturing, supplying and exporting casual and formal Poddar footwear and employs about 500 people with annual turnover of about Rs. 75 crore

It has state-of-the-art fire and chemical protection safety systems installed to safeguard men and materials

Guided tour of the factory where the production processes of manufacturing various types of footwear were showcased

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RTS Power Corporations Ltd., Jaipur, Rajasthan

8th April 2017

Visit by PGDM Semester IV Students of Batch 2015-17

Faculty represented by Dr. Paul Rosario and Prof. Kinjal Sethia

RTS Power Corporations is a leading manufacturer of power, distribution, extra high voltage and dry type transformers in India

Exposure to the shop floor production units for various types of transformers and cabling mechanisms

Demonstration of how high quality stainless cable wires are coated with rubber insulation, twisted, recoated with polymer tapes, tested for quality control, and coiled to be transported to their clients

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HNS Coaches Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur, Rajasthan

8th April 2017

Visit by PGDM Semester IV Students of Batch 2015-17

Faculty represented by Dr. Paul Rosario and Prof. Kinjal Sethia

HNS Coaches manufactures all types of AC luxury large and mini tourist coaches, AC Royal Sleepers and AC school buses and complies with International Standard Quality Management Systems

Guided tour showing various stages of production of luxury coach such as R & D, chasis & body framework fabrication, wiring, sound and lights, painting, polishing, quality testing and logistics

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Saras Dairy, Rajasthan Co-operative Dairy Federation Ltd., Jaipur

16th March 2017

Visit by PGDM Semester II Students of Batch 2016-18

Faculty represented by Prof. Ajeet Mishra and Prof. Reena Poojara

Saras Dairy was established with the objective of making India self-sufficient in milk production

Exposure to different processes, products and by-products such as fresh milk and milk products

Insights on concepts such as product mix, product depth and product length

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Khetan Tiles Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur

15th March 2017

Visit by PGDM Semester II Students of Batch 2016-18

Faculty represented by Prof. Ajeet Mishra and Prof. Reena Poojara

Khetan Tiles has wide expertise in sourcing, specifying and designing cost-effective natural stones and is a leading global exporter of natural stones like granite, marble, sandstone, slate and quartzite

It’s engaged in manufacturing and exporting wide range of marbles in different types and colours to many countries

Insights on the processing of natural stones and possible business opportunities in global market and understanding of business environment of natural resources

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P. P. Rubber Products Pvt. Ltd., Jaipur

15th March 2017

Visit by PGDM Semester II Students of Batch 2016-18

Faculty represented by Prof. Ajeet Mishra and Prof. Reena Poojara

P. P. Rubber Products is a leading manufacturer and supplier of school shoes, sports shoes, canvas shoes and Hawai footwear under the name Poddar footwear

Insights on the three-step process of Lasting, Bottoming and Finishing

Opportunity to understand the manufacturing process of conversion of raw materials into finished goods

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Huhtamaki PPL Ltd., Silvassa

16th September 2016

Visit by MMS/PGDM Semester III Operations Students of Batch 2015-17

Faculty represented by Prof. Sandeep Rasal

Huhtamaki manufactures products such as flexible laminates, films, specialised pouches, cartons, tube laminates, labels, shrink sleeves, rotogravure cylinders and packaging machinery

Information about various types of flexible packaging and its application in industry

Learning about the development processes, sub-categories, barrier properties, blowing, printing and slitting function, and Quality Management Systems followed in the industry

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Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd., Kandivali, Mumbai

17th June 2016

Visit by PGDM Semester I Students of Batch 2016-18

Faculty represented by Dean Prof. N. S. Rajan, Prof. Sandeep Rasal, Prof. Ratheesh Nair and Career Management Centre represented by Ms. Piyusha Amre and Ms. Nikita Nimkar

Mahindra & Mahindra, Kandivali deals with the manufacturing of farm equipments

Acquainted with job responsibilities at work place and relationship of the Production function to other functions viz. Finance, Marketing, HR and Operations in achieving the production target

Insights about the current competitive world and impact of quality management and innovation

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RBI Monetary Museum, Fort, Mumbai

15th July 2016

Visit by PGDM Semester I Students of Batch 2015-17

Faculty represented by Dean Prof. N. S. Rajan, Prof. Prabhat Varma and Prof. Radhika Rai Gupta

RBI Monetary Museum is a custodian of India’s monetary heritage to document, preserve and present its currency system to the public

Highlights about the key display in different sections such as ‘Ideas, Concepts & Curiosities’ showing how money originated, history of Indian coinage and transition from coins to bank notes

Exposure to the collection of rare Shares Certificates, Promissory Notes, ‘hundis’ and other financial instruments, and live exchange market of currency of different countries

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Bunty Foods (India) Pvt. Ltd., Ambernath

23rd April 2016

Visit by PGDM Semester II Students of 2015-17 Batch

Faculty represented by Prof. Sandeep Rasal

Bunty Foods is one of the largest contract manufacturers of Parle Products Ltd. engaged in manufacturing biscuits and confectionery

Practical awareness of the subjects of Operations Management and Production Management

Orientation on various ISO quality norms by the personnel of Parle Products Ltd. and HR perspectives and industrial relations issues from interaction with the employees

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Bunty Foods (India) Pvt. Ltd., Ambernath

29th February 2016

Visit by PGDM Semester II Operations Students of Batch 2015-17

Faculty represented by Prof. Sandeep Rasal

Bunty Foods is one of the largest contract manufacturers of Parle Products Ltd. engaged in manufacturing biscuits and confectionery

It manufactures Parle-G for domestic use and exports and also manufactures and supplies high quality biscuits, breads, snacks, food products and confectioneries

Learning about plant layout, stores layout, raw materials and finished goods, integration of different functions, production process, material handling and inventory management