Shree L. R. Tiwari College of Engineering

Industrial Visit

Event Details Duration Venue Participants
Industrial Visit conducted by Shree L R Tiwari College of Engineering for Second year & Third year students of Computer, IT, EXTE, ETRX, Civil & Mechanical department. 12th January to 22th January, 2020 Chandigarh-Kullu-Manali-Kasol-Dalhousie-Khajjar-Amritsar Principal, Faculties, Staff, Students
Objectives: The IV was organized to help students in developing them as competent professional with a sense of responsibility and social sensitivity. IV has imparted professional education using active learning techniques to transform the students to be competent and committed engineers meeting the current and future demands.
    Staff Involved:
    1. Dr. S. Ram Reddy – Principal
    2. Mr. Pravin Jangid- Faculty in charge
    3. Organizing Core Committee
Sr.No. Name of Faculty/ staff/ Students Committee Responsibilities
1 Mr. Pravin Jangid Overall Coordinator
  1. Interaction with Industry for permission to visit.
  2. Timely reporting to Principal about the Activities.
2 Mr. Aditya Desai SLRTCE Faculty incharge
  1. To coordinate with tour operating committee and student core committee for smooth conduction of the program.
3 Mr. AbhijIt Samanta Coordinator
  1. Taking round daily
  2. Ensuring student reaches on time in bus
4 Ms. Shweta Chawhan Coordinator
  1. Handling girls during the entire IV.
5 Mr. Sunny Sall Coordinator
  1. Verification and Cross checking of Industry visit itinerary.
6 Pankaj Jadhav Coordinator
  1. To give the Memento and thanks letter to the respective industry.
  2. Updating the students about next day plan Head count before leaving the hotel and after sight-seeing.
7
  1. Mr. Abhishek Chaudhary
  2. Ms. Sneha Mishra
  3. Mr. Dhairya Gandhi
  4. Mr. Raj Singh
Student coordinator
  1. To manage all communication between department and Students.
  2. Collection of funds
  3. Managing the crowd on day of industrial visit
Planning
  1. On August 18th, Principal took meeting all Faculty in charge of all department in Faculty reading regarding industrial. Mr. Pravin Jangid AP, CMPN was allocated duty of getting tour operator.
  2. On August 27th Comparative was given to Principal Sir, on basis of which Khushi Holiday Pvt ltd was chosen each was divided 4 industrial visit.
  3. On October 4th planning draft was forwarded by Mr. Pravin Jangid for approval of industrial on basis of which Money collection and other process were started.
  4. On January 2nd Principal called for a meeting of all the 7 Core committee along with the respective faculty accompanying the students to IV.
  5. Dr. S. Ram Reddy reminded every faculty members and students about collecting the thanks letter and mometo from college.
  6. He told that the students must follow the rules and regulations of the visitng industry in formals.
  7. Faculty member was asked to update Mr. Pravin Jangid or Principal Sir about the progress
Conduct: Participant’s details
Designation No of members
First Year Students 25
Second Year Students 29
Third Year Students 66
Faculty 06
Total 126
THE BACKGROUND During the month of July, our faculty in-charge Prof. Pravin Jangid informed us that we have to conduct an Industrial Visit during the semester breaks so that students can get an opportunity to learn about the organizations, system and performance. To have some live and practical knowledge about process and production in the industries. Accordingly, with the guidance of, our principal Dr. S. Ram Reddy, our faculty in-charge Prof. Pravin Jangid and feedback from the faculties of SLRTCE, we finalized a 9-day industrial visit tour to Chandigarh-Kullu-Manali-Kasol-Dalhousie-Khajjar-Amritsar. The tour details were handled by the core committee of SLRTCE and accordingly 120 students registered to take part in the 9-day tour. The tour was finalized from the dates 12th January to 22th January, 2020. The total tour cost (inclusive of all taxes) came to Rs. 12,500/- per student.
Sr.No. Date Description
Day 1 12th January 2020
  • The Industrial Visit commenced on 12th January 2018. All the students as well as the faculty members along with the tour guides assembled at Vasai Junction Railway Station on 12th January at 11:15 am. The train Sampark Kranti Express arrived at 12.55 p.m. at Vasai Junction Terminus Railway station and Departed according to the train schedule at 1:15 p.m.
  • The first half of day and evening was spent in the train. The students were provided with snacks, lunch during the journey.
Day 2 13th January 2020
  • We arrived at Chandigarh Station at 4:00 p.m. and then headed to hotels which was 6-hour bus journey from Chandigarh station.Overnight in bus to reach Manali.
Day 3 14th January, 2020
  • We checked into hotel at 2:00 pm .After getting freshen up all the students and the faculty members along with the tour guides headed for River Rafting.
  • Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel.
Day 4 15th January 2020
  • After early breakfast, we left for Snow point area followed by shopping at Mall road.
  • Also enjoyed spectacular sightseeing at Hadimba- Devi Temple
  • Visited Kullu Shawl Factory
  • After dinner we had DJ night, overnight stay at hotel.
Day 5 16th January 2020
  • In the morning with early check-out we left for Kasol.
  • We reached Hotel Sandhya and after check-in and rest for an hour we left for our next Sight Manikaran Gurudwara & Hot Water Spring.
  • Overnight at Kasol.
Day 6 17th January 2020 Early departure for jungle safari.
Day 7 18th January 2020 On 7th day of our IV, Morning we had breakfast and after that we went to visit Khajjiar. Also visited Rock Garden. Afternoon spent in Khajjiar.Left for Amritsar and Reached hotel at night, had dinner. Overnight in hotel.
Day 8 19th January 2020
  • Day began with breakfast followed and then all the students and the faculty member along with the tour guides headed to Golden Temple & Jalian Wala Baug.
  • Visited Verka Milk Plant at Amritsar.
  • Thereafter proceeded to Wagah Border at 3 pm to see Indian Pakistan & Indian Parade
  • Snacks were provided in Evening we proceeded for Chandigarh Railway Station.
Day 9 22th January 2018
  • Train arrived at Mumbai Central Station at 6:00 a.m. on 22th January 2020.
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Sr.No. Strength Weakness Opportunity Threats
1 Arranged the industrial visit successfully.Shows leadership and decision making Qualities of students as they have to manage on their own without family pampering. As the students were in large number, it is difficult to manage students on time The knowledge gained can be used to understand processes thoroughly. Name of industries were not disclosed prior.
2 Team work of faculty and core committee. Improves the on spot decision making at some instantaneous situations. As student being on their fun Trip , getting them out from certain places becomes difficult IV has given a new direction to the way of thinking to the students Expectations were high of third year students due to previous IV
3 Effective communication between the students and faculty and among students too. If any last minute change in itinerary or schedule due to environmental changes affects the connecting schedules Students can now visualize the equipment’s which will be encountered during the academics Environmental or climatic changes cannot be predicted
4 Effective follow up was done by faculty, coordinators and HoDs for more participation Some cancellation and additions of student at last moments changes the schedule. Quality interaction between student and industrial executive. Some time Students behave unmannered in industries.
Learning Planned learning during the Industrial Visit SLRTCE Students’ Chapter organized the industrial visit with an intention to provide students an edge of industrial environment and its proceeding. Following are some of the core principles and knowledge which was intended to impart into the participating students:
  • Fraternity: Students of different branches were taken together and were managing things together thus developing social qualities. They had their own beliefs, intelligence, faith and even religions. With lots of diversity in their thinking and ideas all the students enjoyed at same place by doing same thing. Students made new friends from different department thus breaking the ice between departmental
  • Industrial Procedures: Visiting industries of different sectors, different in operation, product, vision, mission etc. gave students the knowledge of corporate world.
  • Improved way of learning: Students learned industrial mass production and the advanced technologies involved in it apart from their syllabus and prescribed practical during their academic curriculum, this industrial visit made them think in other way
Outcome Students build many qualities in them after the Industrial Visit
  • Friendship and feel of belonging: As the students were staying together throughout the trip they developed a sense of unity and compatibility amongst them.
  • Practical Knowledge: Students witnessed the industrial conditions of the place where they might work in They got to know how an industry works and what all things they need to be prepared when they enter in corporate world.
  • New edge to learning: The students during their academics hardly get time to explode beyond their syllabus but due to an exposer of such IVs they developed a new edge in their learning process. Students started thinking that the processes and other fact that they study are much lagging with current scenario and they need to enhance their cone of learning so that they can be industry
  • A common platform for interaction of Student with industry experts provided fruitful interactions, inputs were provided by Company person regarding insight of industrial world.
Conclusion:
Sr. No. Session Outcome
1 Finalization of Tour operator Tour operator was finalized by Principal on basis of comparative submitted
2 Collection of instalment Instalment was collected on basis of schedule displayed to student
3 Briefing Briefing was done to all student on 31st December, 2017 and AICTE and college guideline was given to students
5 Industrial visit Industry was shown to student which has fruitful interaction between company person and student and had insight about industry world
6 Final instalment Final instalment was given after tour got over

Learning:

  1. Through Industrial visit, we can provide an opportunity to current students to interact with person to know work culture in industry.
  2. Students know the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  3. Students uses the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  4. Student can get idea in industry environment which can use in R&D and E cell

Scope for Improvement:

  1. With changing trends and NBA requirement, such visit should be arranging for more number os students which can show overall development of students
  2. Industrial visit can be brought into the system through ISO & its implementation at department/section levels with the opportunities for corrective & preventive actions.
  3. Continuous communication system needs to be developed to make industrial visit a huge success
  4. Industry should be communicated through T&P to have better communication and timely confirmation
Testimonials
Life brings tears, smiles, and memories. The tears dry, the smiles fade, but the memories last forever. The best part of 2020 was this trip. Growing up, I never really had many friends or even enjoyed anything as much as I did in IV. IV made me step out of my comfort zone and make friends which I am very grateful for to this day. It not only showed me how beautiful India is but I also found a new side of me. A girl who is enjoying with her friends, making new friends, dancing, laughing till her stomach hurt. From train travels to hotels to unstoppable midnight chit-chats then from bus travels to talking about horror stories to playing games to eating street foods and traveling new beautiful places every moment was special. The day we reached back home we started thinking about planning another trip. We enjoyed it so much and had fun that we started missing those unforgettable days as soon as we reached home. We brought back memories that we will cherish for life. Reetika Satelkar(TE-CMPN)
Industry Visits gives students some idea how the theory of classroom is practiced by the industry. In order to make our learning more enriched, there was a industrial visit setup by our college, where we are exposed to workers who worked as professional and showed us the meaning of what a professional can do and since the IV was setup after our semester exam we got some time to relax and we really appreciate all the setup done by our college for the hotels and all the en-route and routine was managed very well and we enjoyed it a lot. I was so happy as the IV was totally worth the money and time and I will surely attend the next IV as well. Akash Vishwakarma (TE-CMPN)
In all these years of my life perhaps I have never lived and loved life to the extent as this memorable trip. It has been an outstanding experience altogether where I got to know my friends and developed a charismatic affection towards them and life. All I can say is that if you all wish to explore and live life the magical way then definitely pack your bags and go on with a trip with buddies like uh. Still remember those sleepless nights and all the memories we made. Prishita Shrivas TE – CS
The Industrial Visits are the medium through which the student can get opportunity to see and experience different functional department/units, interact with the industry personnel, understand the documentation process etc. and I am happy to say that I got a chance to experience it. Since my semester was over I gladly joined my trip. It was a very happy choice that I made and I am glad about my decision. The hotel rooms and all the location that we went to it was all memorable and I wish to visit again. This trip helped me to interact with different people and teachers I enjoyed it and I hope I get the chance to take part in the next IV as well. Pankaj Naik (TE CMPN)
“The overall experience was amazing. Especially the faculties had taken the good care of all the students. They were so involved with us that we feel like are our friends. Rest everything as good.” Shubham Chaurasia ( TE-CS )
“The IV was quite a memorable trip. Also the hotels were great. Got to interact with the seniors (who were very kind by the way). Although there was a lot of travelling but company of great people didn’t let that be a problem”. Guru Hiremat (TE -CS)
Event Details Duration Venue Participants
Industrial Visit conducted by Shree L R Tiwari College of Engineering for Second year; Third year students of Computer, IT, EXTE, ETRX, Civil; Mechanical 10th  January to 18th   January, 2018 Delhi-Mussoorie-Haridwar-Jim Corbett-Nainital Principal, Faculties, Staff, students
Objectives:The IV was organized to help students in developing them as competent professional with a sense of responsibility and social sensitivity.IV has imparted professional education using active learning techniques to transform the students to be competent and committed engineers meeting the current and future demands. Staff Involved:
  1. S. Ram Reddy – Principal
  2. Pravin Jangid- Faculty in charge
  3. Organizing Core Committee
Sr.No. Name of Faculty/ staff/ Students Committee Responsibilities
1 Mr. Pravin Jangid Overall Coordinator
  1. Interaction with Industry for permission to visit.
  2. Timely reporting to Principal about the Activities.
3 Mr. AbhijIt Samanta Coordinator
  1. Taking round daily
  2. Ensuring student reaches on time in bus
4 Ms. Shweta Chawhan Coordinator
  1. Handling girls during the entire IV.
5 Mr. Sunny Sall Coordinator
  1. Verification and Cross checking of Industry visit itinerary.
6 Pankaj Jadhav Coordinator
  1. To give the Memento and thanks letter to the respective industry.
  2. Updating the students about next day plan Head count before leaving the hotel and after sight-seeing.
7
  1. Mr. Abhishek Chaudhary
  2. Ms. Sneha Mishra
  3. Mr. Dhairya Gandhi
  4. Mr. Raj Singh
Student coordinator
  1. To manage all communication between department and Students.
  2. Collection of funds
  3. Managing the crowd on day of industrial visit
Planning:
  • On August 18th,Principal took meeting all Faculty in charge of all department in Faculty reading regarding Mr. Pravin Jangid AP, CMPN was allocated duty of getting tour operator.
  • On August 27th Comparative was given to Principal Sir, on basis of which Khushi Holiday Pvt ltd was chosen each was divided 4 industrial visit.
  • On October 4th, planning draft was forwarded by Pravin Jangid for approval of industrial on basis of which Money collection and other process were started
  • On January 2nd, Principal called for a meeting of all the 7 Core committee along with the respective faculty accompanying the students to IV
  • S. Ram Reddy reminded every faculty members and students about collecting the thanks letter and mometo from college.
  • He told that the students must follow the rules and regulations of the visitng industry in formals.
  • Faculty member was asked to update Pravin Jangid or Principal Sir about the progress
Conduct:Participant’s details
Designation No of members
First Year Students 25
Second Year Students 29
Third Year Students 66
Faculty 06
Total 126
THE BACKGROUND During the month of July, our faculty in-charge Prof. Pravin Jangid informed us that we have to conduct an Industrial Visit during the semester breaks so that students can get an opportunity to learn about the organizations, system and performance. To have some live and practical knowledge about process and production in the industries. Accordingly, with the guidance of, our principal Dr. S. Ram Reddy, our faculty in-charge Prof. Pravin Jangid and feedback from the faculties of SLRTCE, we finalized a 9-day industrial visit tour to Delhi-Mussoorie-Haridwar-Jim Corbett-Nainital The tour details were handled by the core committee of SLRTCE and accordingly 120 students registered to take part in the 9-day tour. The  tour  was  finalized  from  the  dates  10th January  2018  to  18th January 2018. The  total  tour  cost (inclusive of all taxes) came to Rs. 13,500/- per student.
Sr.No. Date Photo’s Description
Day 1 10th January 2018
  • The Industrial  Visit  commenced  on  10th     January    All  the  students  as  well  as  the  faculty members along with the tour guides assembled at Bandra Terminus Railway Station on 10th   January at 10:30 am. The train Bandra Delhi Sarai Rohilla Express arrived at 12.55 p.m. at Bandra Terminus Railway station and Departed according to the train schedule at 12:55 p.m.
  • The first half of day and evening was spent in the train. The students were provided with snacks, lunch during the journey.
Day 2 11th January 2018
  • We arrived at Delhi Station at 1:20 p.m. and then headed to hotels which was 6-hour bus journey from Delh station. We arrived at our first destination Mussoorie on 11th January at evening and checked-in into the rooms followed by a dinner and overnight stayed at the hotel Mussoorie.
Day 3 12th January 2018
  • After getting freshen up in the morning all the students and the faculty members along with the tour guides headed for Kempty
  • After lunch visited Gun Hill
  • In evening free time shopping at Mall road
  • Dinner and overnight stay at the hotel
Day 4 13th January 2018
  • After a long journey we reached Rishikesh in the morning around 8 am .Had check-in into the Hotel and had our breakfast. After lunch we proceeded to enjoy River Rafting followed by visiting Haridwar Laxman Jhula for Ganga
  • Had Camp fire in the night followed by dinner and overnight stay at the tents/ hotel.
Day 5 14th January 2018
  • In the morning we proceeded to Jim Corbett. After lunch we had taken rest in the hotel and in the evening went for GARAJA Temple.
  • After dinner and DJ, overnight stay at the hostel
Day 6 15th January 2018
  • Early departure for jungle safari.
  • Reached hotel back, and we proceeded to checked in followed by lunch After lunch visit. Nainital Zoo, Talli Tal, Malli Tal, Naini Lake (boating) and Naini temple. Had dinner on the way.
Day 7 16th January 2018 On 7th day of our IV , Morning we had breakfast and after that we went to visit NAINITAL ZOO . Reached hotel in the afternoon, had lunch and after that we proceeded to SNOW VEIW POINT.
  • In the evening we proceeded to TIBETIAN MARKET and MALL ROAD for
  • After diner, we proceeded to Delhi enroute .
Day 8 17th January 2018
  • Day began with breakfast followed and then all the students and the faculty member along with the tour guides headed to INDIA GATE.
  • Thereafter proceeded for New Delhi railway station to board 12218- kerala sampark kranti express, departure time was 1:20
  • Evening we had dinner and overnight
Day 9 18th January 2018
  • Train arrived at Vasai station at 10.50 a.m. on 18th January 2018.
SWOT Analysis
Sr.No. Strength Weakness Opportunity Threats
1 Arranged the industrial visit successfully.Shows leadership and decision making Qualities of students as they have to manage on their own without family pampering. As the students were in large number, it is difficult to manage students on time The knowledge gained can be used to understand processes thoroughly. Name of industries were not disclosed prior.
2 Team work of faculty and core committee. Improves the on spot decision making at some instantaneous situations. As student being on their fun Trip , getting them out from certain places becomes difficult IV has given a new direction to the way of thinking to the students Expectations were high of third year students due to previous IV
3 Effective communication between the students and faculty and among students too. If any last minute change in itinerary or schedule due to environmental changes affects the connecting schedules Students can now visualize the equipment’s which will be encountered during the academics Environmental or climatic changes cannot be predicted
4 Effective follow up was done by faculty, coordinators and HoDs for more participation Some cancellation and additions of student at last moments changes the schedule. Quality interaction between student and industrial executive. Some time Students behave unmannered in industries.
Learning Planned learning during the Industrial Visit SLRTCE Students’ Chapter organized the industrial visit with an intention to provide students an edge of industrial environment and its proceeding. Following are some of the core principles and knowledge which was intended to impart into the participating students:
  • Fraternity: Students of different branches were taken together and were managing things together thus developing social qualities. They had their own beliefs, intelligence, faith and even religions. With lots of diversity in their thinking and ideas all the students enjoyed at same place by doing same thing. Students made new friends from different department thus breaking the ice between departmental
  • Industrial Procedures: Visiting industries of different sectors, different in operation, product, vision, mission etc. gave students the knowledge of corporate world.
  • Improved way of learning: Students learned industrial mass production and the advanced technologies involved in it apart from their syllabus and prescribed practical during their academic curriculum, this industrial visit made them think in other way
Outcome Students build many qualities in them after the Industrial Visit
  • Friendship and feel of belonging: As the students were staying together throughout the trip they developed a sense of unity and compatibility amongst them.
  • Practical Knowledge: Students witnessed the industrial conditions of the place where they might work in They got to know how an industry works and what all things they need to be prepared when they enter in corporate world.
  • New edge to learning: The students during their academics hardly get time to explode beyond their syllabus but due to an exposer of such IVs they developed a new edge in their learning process. Students started thinking that the processes and other fact that they study are much lagging with current scenario and they need to enhance their cone of learning so that they can be industry
  • A common platform for interaction of Student with industry experts provided fruitful interactions, inputs were provided by Company person regarding insight of industrial world.
Conclusion:
Sr. No. Session Outcome
1 Finalization of Tour operator Tour operator was finalized by Principal on basis of comparative submitted
2 Collection of instalment Instalment was collected on basis of schedule displayed to student
3 Briefing Briefing was done to all student on 31st December, 2017 and AICTE and college guideline was given to students
5 Industrial visit Industry was shown to student which has fruitful interaction between company person and student and had insight about industry world
6 Final instalment Final instalment was given after tour got over
Learning:
  1. Through Industrial visit, we can provide an opportunity to current students to interact with person to know work culture in industry.
  2. Students know the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  3. Students uses the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  4. Student can get idea in industry environment which can use in R&D and E cell
Scope for Improvement:
  1. With changing trends and NBA requirement, such visit should be arranging for more number os students which can show overall development of students
  2. Industrial visit can be brought into the system through ISO & its implementation at department/section levels with the opportunities for corrective & preventive actions.
  3. Continuous communication system needs to be developed to make industrial visit a huge success
  4. Industry should be communicated through T&P to have better communication and timely confirmation
Testimonials
Experienced my best moments till now during IV. Great opportunity to interact with seniors and teachers. Got to know more about industries and how work is carried on them. Best hotels rooms, arrangement of lunch, dinner was too good. Enjoyed a lot and want to re-joy those days again. IV gave me a chance to relax after my First semester exam and all the effort put by our college to make this IV memorable is appreciated by me. I hope i get a chance to go in the next IV too. Reetika Satelkar(FE CMPN)
It was a really good experience, which has provided exposure for students with industrial life. Students are benefited in terms of technical detail provided by the companies visited. All the students and teachers enjoyed the technical endeavour at these organisations. The hotels for stay were really amazing and good quality food was provided from time to time. People made new friends and got to know each other better during these few days. Nandini Singh (T.E. CIVIL)
The trip was awesome. Both Aditya sir and Menka mam had taken a good care of us. They were so supportive. Overall the experience was good. Meenakshi Dubey (T.E. ETRX)
Industry Visits gives students some idea how the theory of classroom is practiced by the industry. In order to make our learning more enriched, there was a industrial visit setup by our college, where we are exposed to workers who worked as professional and showed us the meaning of what a professional can do and since the IV was setup after our semester exam we got some time to relax and we really appreciate all the setup done by our college for the hotels and all the en-route and routine was managed very well and we enjoyed it a lot. I was so happy as the IV was totally worth the money and time and I will surely attend the next IV as well. Riya Kalburgi (FE IT)
The Industrial Visits are the medium through which the student can get opportunity to see and experience different functional department/units, interact with the industry personnel, understand the documentation process etc. and I am happy to say that I got a chance to experience it. Since my semester was over I gladly joined my trip. It was a very happy choice that I made and I am glad about my decision. The hotel rooms and all the location that we went to it was all memorable and I wish to visit again. This trip helped me to interact with different people and teachers I enjoyed it and I hope I get the chance to take part in the next IV as well. Shivang Srivastava (FE CMPN)
The overall experience was amazing. Specially Menka mam and Aditya sir had taken the good care of all the students. They were so involved with us that we feel like are our friends. Rest everything as good. Jaiky yadav ( T.E.ETRX )
The IV was quite a memorable trip. Also the hotels were great. Got to interact with the seniors (who were very kind by the way). Although there was a lot of travelling but company of great people didn’t let that be a problem Kirit Panchal (S.E. CIVIL)
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