INTERNATIONAL EUROPE TRIP
List of counties visited
- Germany ( Frankfurt )
- Belgium ( Brussels )
- Netherland ( Amsterdam )
- France ( Paris )
Day 1 - 14th February : GermanyOn 14th February we landed at Frankfurt a central German city onriver Mile at 5 o’clock and proceeded towards a local City visit where we had around 3 hours to have a personal visit of the city by walking thought the streets. The streets of Frankfurt was very clean and the road discipline followed by the people was amazing. After beautiful city visit , as instructed we came back to the bus by 12:30. Around 1o’clock we proceeded to the restaurant for a local lunch after which we checked in to the hotel BW Frankfurt neuisenburg . At 6 o’clock we assembled back at the reception of the restaurant and left for a dinner , enjoyed Indian food and had tight sleep.
Day 2 - 15th February : GermanyOn 15th February after a breakfast at Hotel , visited Goethe university which was one of the most beautiful universities visited. We learnt a lot of things about the university and got to know that Goethe university was once a chemical factory which was used to prepare chemicals. In recent years, the university has focused in particular on law, history, and economics, creating new institutes, such as the Institute for Law and Finance (ILF) and the Centre for Financial Studies (CFS) .One of the university's ambitions is to become Germany's leading university for finance and economics, given the school's proximity to one of Europe's financial centres. After visiting Goethe University we had lunch at the restaurant and proceeded to St.Goar for a cruise of 1 hour. We enjoyed the scenic beauty of place after which we had dinner at the restaurant and checked into a hotel Mercuseseverinshof city ( cologne).
Day 3 – 16th February : BelgiumOn 16th February we visited to Cathedral at cologne which was amazing The Cathedral is still the second highest building in Cologne after the telecommunications tower. It can be seen from nearly every point in the city centre and from many places elsewhere as it is about 515 feet . Later proceeded to Brussels city of Belgium, where we had a lunch and visited chocolate factory .We had a session about how the chocolates were made , from where the raw materials (coco) were supplied , used of coco , how are these raw materials (coco) used and the procedure and a live making of chocolate. We were also provided chocolates to taste after which we had a dinner at the restaurant and checked into NH Brussels Louise restaurant for the overnight stay.
Day 4 - 17th February : NetherlandsOn 17 February after a regular breakfast in the hotel we proceeded to Amsterdam capital of the Netherlands which was a 3 hoursjourney after which had a guided City tour of Amsterdam of about 3hours. It was very knowledgeable city tour. Amsterdam being most densely populated European union city its artistic heritage, elaborate canal system and narrow houses fabulous. Cycling was key to the city's character with numerous bike paths . We also visited a Dam square and Dutch family Colony which was historic and beautiful.Then proceeded back to Brussels had a dinner and stayed at the same restaurant overnight.
Day 5 - 18th February : FranceOn 18th February we checked out of the restaurant and left to Paris which was about a 5 hours journey .At Paris capital of France we went for local bus city tour and Seine river cruise which was about anhour with a view of an Eiffel Tower which is one of the amazing seven wonders of the world. We got to know from our guide that the tower is 1,063 feet tall being the tallest structure in Paris . The French military used the Eiffel Tower’s wireless station to intercept enemy messages from Berlin during World War I. Then after our dinner had overnight stay at IBIS Paris Porte D’Orleans.
Day 6 - 19th February : FranceOn 19 February after a breakfast at 6:30 we went to Schneider factory industrial visit where we had a session about how the industry works , its productions , its growth , its development and Technology utilised and finally after lunch we went to an Eiffel tower crossing the huge crowd of visitors which took about 2 hours to reach level 2 of Eiffel tower from were we had amazing view of the city. After our dinner , had overnight stay at same restaurant in Paris.
Day 7 – 20th February : FranceOn 20 th February we left to Bangalore at 11 o’clock flight.
We, the students of the final year B.Com / BBA undertook an industrial – international tour from 25th Jan 2017 to 30th Jan 2017.
Day 1: Boarded the aircraft from Devanahalli Airport to Muscat and then onward to Frankfurt Airport. An overnight stay at the Hotel Ramada.
Day 2: Accompanied by an English-speaking guide to the Nature Museum Senckenberg the second largest Museum which boasts of the largest exhibition of large dinosaurs. After lunch we visited Goethe University at Frankfurt, which is positioned among top Universities, offering a wide variety of academic programmes.
Day 3: Frankfurt - Ruesselsheim, The exhibition of brand new and vintage cars fascinated us at the Manufacturing Factory – Opel, Cologne
After lunch we visited the Cologne Cathedral. It is Germany’s most visited landmark, attracting an average of 20,000 people a day and currently the tallest twin-spiralled church at 157m [515ft] tall.
Overnight stay at Leonardo Hotel – Cologne Bonn Airport.
Day 4: We visited the Atomium, a landmark of Brussels in Belgium, an International tourist attraction. It was created in 1958 for the Brussels World’s Fair held in Brussels, Heysel.
We also visited the Tintin Museum in Brussels, which is also known as the “Ninth Art”. This is the most beautiful Museum to visit when in Brussels.
Day 5: We continued our journey to Paris, the most beautiful and populous place of visit. Cruise tour in the Seine River, which is the Centre of Paris and is the main artery of the City of Lights.
A trip to Paris is incomplete without a visit to the iconic Eiffel Tower. The imposing height and the view from the top is breathtaking.
Day 6: Visit to the Louvre Museum accompanied by an English speaking guide. Louvre Museum is the world’s second largest Museum and a historical monument in Paris. It is the Central landmark of the city.
After lunch we departed from the Paris Airport to our own motherland with a rich knowledge of Europe.
We would like to thank our Parents, Respected Management, Principal and our faculties for having given us this great opportunity and also for having allowed us to have an enjoyable time and making this visit worthwhile.
National Industrial Trip, Goa
28 April to 1 May
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” – Henry Miller
The students of fourth semester B.com/BCA/BBA were taken to an industrial trip to Goa. Four teaching staff accompanied the students. This trip provided exposure to the students. They gathered wider knowledge on various subjects.Day 1 – 28 April
We reached the resort in the afternoon. The lunch was served and the rooms were allotted. The first day was relaxed. Calangute beach was visited. The beach is nearest to the resort. The evening was spent on the beach. A camp fire was organized in the resort. The students enjoyed themselves.Day 2 – 29 April
After the breakfast at the resort, we left old Goa. The churches of Old Goa were visited. This helped to understand the cultural heritage of Goa. The church of Francis of Assisi, Basilica of Bom Jesus, Chapel of Saint Catherine, Se Cathedral, and St Anne’s Church were visited. These churches are built by the Portuguese. The Basilica of Bom Jesus contains the mortal remains of St Francis Xavier who was a missionary to Goa.
We headed towards Mangueshi Temple which helped us to feel a spiritual ambience. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Bhagavan Manguesh is an Incarnation of Lord Shiva. The temple complex has shrines of Goddess Parvati and God Ganesha.
The spice plantation was the next destination. We were able to witness the rarest spices. The distillation of the local drink Fenny was shown at the plantation. The lunch was served at the Plantation. Later in the evening, we went for a ride in a cruise. The cruise had a cultural exhibition. The Portuguese culture was represented. We headed back to the resort and called it a day.
The third and final day of the visit. Anjuna and Vagatour beaches were visited. The students spent time shipping and getting souvenir for their loved ones. We left the Goa in the evening.The IV semester students of B.Com, BBA and BCA were taken to Goa as part of the National Educational Tour during March 2018.Each batch consisted of around 100 students and 3 faculty members.Students visited the Tropical Spice Garden plantation; spread over 180 acres, wherein the different uses of plants grown there, right from Fenny distillation to extraction of essential oils were made known to them. They also visited St. Francis Church at Old Goa, an architectural splendor while also spending quality time in exploring Fort Agoda. They also visited Baga, Vagator and Miramar beaches. The trip added value in terms of team work, coordination and taught students the art of balancing freedom with responsibility.
RESERVE BANK OF INDIA
The students of BCOM visited The Reserve Bank of India as part of an industrial visit. The main objective of the visit was to make the students aware of various activities of the banking services. The students got a feel of the working of the Reserve Bank of India.
UNIBIC BISCUIT FACTORY, HUSKUR
This industrial visit provided the students of BCOM and BCA a view regarding the internal manufacturing of biscuits in the company. Beyond academics, industrial visit provides students a practical perspective of the work place. As soon as we reached the UNIBIC biscuit factory, they explained about the production levels of their company where they are producing different flavours of cookies.
A VISIT TO DAIRY INDUSTRY
The staff in-charge of production in the dairy guided and educated the students on various activities held at Dairy. Students were given a brief idea on the technical aspects as well and the working of various machineries.
INDUSTRIAL EXPO VISIT
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