On the morning of 12th August, 2016 we gathered to visit Oakwood premier prestige in UB City mall, Vittal Mallya Road. We started with a lot of enthusiasm and reached our destination at around 11:30 a.m. Oakwood is a leading provider of serviced apartments. We’ve been well received by our guides, the management trainees of the hotel. They showed us various parts of the hotel like the studio rooms on different floors, the swimming pool located on the 12th floor, gym, yoga room, spa and the in-house multi cuisine restaurant, Soulcity. Later at around 3 p.m we reached Shangrila. Shangri-La Hotel, Bengaluru, at Palace Road, is nestled in the cosmopolitan heart of Bangalore. The property is walking distance from the Palace, Military Memorial, one of India’s oldest golf clubs and Cubbon Park. Guests will be in the perfect location to take in this charming and historical city. We’ve also seen the beautiful lounges, standard rooms, the different speciality food outlets, namely, B cafe, Caprese, Shang Palace, Saffron, Yataii and Hype. On the whole it was an overwhelming experience to see the operations in these hotels and was beneficial.
Industrial visit as a part of a college curriculum enables educational institutions to build close ties with industrial experts. Students can get insight regarding the internal working environment of a company, how a company functions, as well as useful information related to the practical aspects of the educational content.
They sensitize students to the practical challenges that organizations face in the business world, give greater clarity about various management concepts, can practically see how these concepts are put into action.
The objective of the Industrial Visit is to help students gain first hand information regarding functioning of the Industry, share best practices and to provide a unique experience to the students.
The following visits were done in BBA:
- United Motors and Heavy Equipment Manufacturer
- ACE Design
- Kirloskar Electric Co
- Kar Mobiles
- Perl Polymer
And many more industries