Industrial Visit Arranged by Oakbrook Business School

Industrial visit is very important to any student undergoing professional education. Oakbrook Business School as a part of providing world class professional education arranged industrial visit for semester I, III in Ahmedabad at Windsor Machinery Pvt Ltd and 108 respectively on 29thn September 2015.

Visit to Windsor Machineries Pvt Ltd

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Around 100 students of semester I with 3 faculties visited Windsor Machinery Pvt Ltd from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. Windsor Machinery is global plastic processing machinery manufacturer. The whole area of the company is divided into 4 units for manufacturing Injection Moulding machineries, Pipe Extrusion machineries and Blown Films Machineries.

Students were divided into two groups for better understanding of theprocess. Supervisor of Windsor Machinery explained each process to students and even solved their queries. Students participated actively considering the visit as part
of the practical training, which is essential for their overall development.

Students observed that Windsor culture was the testimony of humble tradition. Each member of the organization was instilled with spirit of humility. Students also noticed that Windsor constantly adapts latest German Technology which enables them to achieve technological excellence. As a part of marketing, Windsor takes active participation in national and international trade exhibitions like Plastindia. Students were also briefed about the history of the Enterprise.

Visit at Windsor enlightened the students of Semester I for all the areas of a
business organization working.

Visit to 108

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Around 72 students of semester III with 2 faculties visited to 108 Emergency management centre known as GVK Emergency Management and Research Institute. Students and faculties were informed about the history of emergency
services. The 108 Emergency services started in Hyderabad in year 2005 while in Gujarat it started in 2007.

The motto of Service is Sense-Reach-Care. There are about 550 ambulances in 33 districts of Gujarat equipped with all life saving drugs and an EMT (Emergency Medical Technician). Students were also guided on the recruitment process and 45
days of rigorous training for EMT. The calling service after 48 hours of helping patient gave the idea of follow up to the students which is necessary for any business or services.

The Students were also given information and idea about the concept and process of
other 4 projects of The Emergency Service Centre namely Khilkhilat – The drop back
service for women & new born, 181 Abhayam, Aarogya Sanjivani – The Mobile Health Unit for distant remote area, 100
Police number- pilot study in 7 districts. Students were surprised to know actual working process of the emergency facilities for rural and urban area. Students were also explained the model of emergency service wherein they provide platform to connect people with technology and infrastructure.

Students appraised the efforts of the 108 emergency services and applauded the work force behind the successful working of the 108 emergency services and thanked them for teaching them lessons related to business and social
responsibilities.