Industrial / Field Visit

Industrial Visit to Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bengaluru
Date: 15 February 2024
There were 52 Students of IV BBA [BA - B] accompanied by a faculty member Mrs. Rupashree, and Dr. Jagdeep Singh who had been to IIM for an industrial visit as part of their curriculum on 15/02/20224.

The industrial visit to the Indian Institute of Management in Bengaluru, Karnataka provided a unique opportunity to gain insights into the renowned institution's academic and research initiatives.

We started at 12:30 P.M. and reached by 2:00 P.M. We handed over the concerned letter to the IIM’s security gate officer and he told us that the visit would start at 2:30 P.M. One security personnel was assigned to us along with our students and the security gate checked the names of all students one by one in the letter and the Id-card /Aadhar card and allowed to go inside the IIM premise. The visit started from the pre-decided routes. Students had the chance to interact with faculty, explore the campus, and learn about IIM Bengaluru's innovative programs and industry collaborations. The visit also offered a firsthand experience of the institute's state-of-the-art facilities, cutting-edge initiatives, and its role in shaping future business leaders. Students also got the opportunity to visit ANALYTICS LAB where Mr. Sunil (Trainer at Analytics Lab) explained about the lab and its functions. There are various short-term and long-term courses run on business analytics, supply chain analytics, etc.

As the part of Industrial Exposure, final year aviation management students were been taken to Bangalore International Airport Terminal 2 on 27.10.23 and 03.11.23, which was an insightful experience for the students. The terminal showcased a seamless blend of cutting-edge technology and ergonomic design. Students learned about modern airport management, emphasizing passenger experience and operational efficiency. The visit provided practical exposure to subjects related to aviation management, including terminal operations, security protocols, and passenger flow management. They witnessed state-of-the-art, check-in counters, self-automated baggage handling systems, and advanced security measures. The concept of sustainability in airport infrastructure was also highlighted, with eco-friendly initiatives integrated into the design. Overall, the visit provided a valuable real-world perspective on the theories and principles studied in aviation management, illustrating how they are applied in a dynamic operational environment. It was an enriching experience for all participants, broadening their understanding of the subject.

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