AURANGABAD STUDY TOUR
SCHEDULED FROM- 3RD OCTOBER to 5TH OCTOBER 2016
MIT-SOM College had organized National Study Tour to Aurangabad from 3rd October to 5th October 2016.
MIT-SOM College is organizing this tour since last 1 year with the objectives that-
- 1) Students should know about their country
- 2) Students should be exposed to industrial corridors of the country
- 3) Students should be aware of its glorious history, heritage of India
- 4) Students should learn management skills, teamwork, leadership skills, marketing strategies, production line, and Automation
- 5) Students should be motivated to revive our handloom industry and other industries which need revival
The tour started on 3rd October 2016 with 37 students and 2 faculty (17 girls+20 boys) from our college campus towards Paithan to observe the Silk Cluster i.e Silk Handloom Industry located in Paithan.Students there saw different ways-
- 1. Weaving of Silk Sarees i.e Traditional Silk Paithani Saree from Maharashtra.
- 2. They got information on days taken to weave sarees.
- 3. Its cost Strategies.
- 4. Countries to which Paithani Sarees are exported.
- 5. Domestic Markets in which this paithani Sarees are sent.
- 6. They also got information on logistics and supply chain management of these handloom industry.
From Silk Cluster, students visited Jayakwadi Dam. There they got information about Maharashtra’s one of the largest dam and its different utility.
On the second day students visited Badve Engginering India Pvt. Ltd which is one of the largest Helmet manufacturer in India. Students got information about:-
- 1. Procurement of raw material for Helmet manufacturing
- 2. Actual production line of Helmet manufacturing
- 3. Logistics involved in the Helmet distribution
- 4. Countries to which Helmet are exported
- 5. Documentation required export of Helmet.
Students also visited Nirlep India Pvt Ltd.There they got information about:-
- 1. Procurement of raw material for production of different home appliances
- 2. Students had the opportunity to see the actual production line of Utensil making
- 3. Logistics involved home appliances distribution
- 4. Countries to which appliances are exported
- 5. Documentation required for export of Home appliances.
Students in the evening visited BiBi Ka Makbara monument which is one of the Historical monument in the country.
On the third day students visited the Historical Daulatabad fort. There they saw the restoration work and procedure for restoration work in progress carried out under the able guidance of Archeological Survey of India.
From there students visited World famous Ellora Caves where in apart from carving they also observed the by gone era’s technology and efforts taken by craftsmen to carve the Caves in one of the hardest rock ie Basalt.Prepared by-
Prof Pallavi Adya, Prof Mrudul Vaidya and student Team