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INDUSTRIAL VISIT

Education can be imparted in a theoretical way or in a practical manner. And that’s where teaching at JP School of Business stands apart from rest of the B-schools, where students not only gain knowledge through classroom lectures but also gain practical knowledge with Live Projects and Industrial Visits conducted every month.


PATANJALI FOOD & HERBAL PARK at Haridwar.:

JP School of Business organized an Industrial Visit for its Management Students on 23-Sept-2015 at INDIA’s MEGA FOOD PARK i.e. PATANJALI FOOD & HERBAL PARK at Haridwar. Knowledge & learning students gained at Patanjali Food Park by PR Head- Mr. K K Mishra, for establishing backward and forward linkages covering the entire food processing value chain are beneficial for student’s practical exposure & also gave them understanding of manufacturing & production."







HERO MOTO CORP PLANT :

Management students visited HERO MOTO CORP PLANT at Haridwar, on 10th-Oct.-2015. A group of 60 students got an opportunity to understand the manufacturing & assembly line process of two wheeler segment, group was guided by HR-Manager: Mr. Ujjwal Kakkar, but also got in depth knowledge of Hero Moto Corp group & their environment friendly manufacturing process and its importance in today’s scenario."






Mother Dairy:

tudents of MBA Ist year went for an industrial trip to the Mother Dairy head quarters at Patparganj, Delhi. Mother Dairy, set up in 1974 is known for its hygiene and good quality of milk and agro-products. Students were briefed about the milk ingredients and various benefits of milk. They were also explained about the working of the Mother Dairy through a presentation which was very informative and interesting. Students were also given live demonstrations of various tests that could be conducted to check the purity of milk and were shown the processing plant of the Mother Dairy. Later, all the visitors were given refreshments in the form of flavoured Milk and Ice Creams. Overall it was an educating-cum-fun experience for the students