PGDM IB Industrial Visits

Mundra(Adani)Port, Gujrat 22 Feb 2024.

A Sea port visit was organised by the department of International Business, JIMS Technical campus, Rohini for the first year students of PGDM IB to Mundra(Adani)Port, Gujrat on 22 nd Feb 2024.

Adani Port, located on the northern shores of the Gulf of Kutch near Mundra, Kutch district, Gujarat, is India's first private port, largest container port, and largest commercial port. A recent visit to this bustling port revealed a world-class facility playing a pivotal role in India’s economic growth.

The visit was guided by the officials from the port authorities who provided an insightful overview of the port's operations and activities. This tour helped the students to grasp the intricacies of cargo handling, logistics management, and the overall functioning of the port. The visit involved a guided tour of the various port facilities such as container terminals, cargo handling areas, and shipping dockyard etc. The students also a got a chance to visit the port model room which beautifully depicted the expanse of various port operations in the Mundra region. It also highlighted the impressive infrastructure and technological integration at the port.

Students got the opportunity to observe the port operations and facilities first hand. The port is not only the largest commercial port in India but also a testament to the company’s commitment to cutting-edge infrastructure and seamless logistics solutions. In FY 2020–21, Mundra Port handled 144.4 million tonnes of cargo. Currently, the port handles over 155 million tonnes (the highest in India), constituting nearly 11 per cent of India’s maritime cargo and nearly 33 per cent of India’s container traffic.

This visit provided a thoughtful insight of the future of Indian trade and logistics with invaluable insights into various aspects of port operations and logistics management, and the vital role played by ports in facilitating both domestic and global trade in economic development. It was a truly enriching experience that inspired the students to consider a career in the dynamic field of logistics and supply chain management.

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Industrial Visit To Mother Dairy Plant, New Delhi

On August 11th, 2023, an Industrial Visit was organized for PGDM students of JIMS Technical Campus, Rohini to explore the Mother Dairy Plant located in New Delhi.

Adani Port, located on the northern shores of the Gulf of Founded in 1974, Mother Dairy is a leader in the Indian dairy industry. The company plays a pivotal role in ensuring that milk is made available to residents of Delhi and other cities, even during the peak of summer.

The visit was guided by the officials from the port authorities who They have a vast range of products, including milk, yogurt, ice creams, and more. The primary purpose of this visit was to provide students with hands-on experience of the production processes and other management functions. The Visit was initiated by a brief introduction of the plant and the industry by the management. The visit was a comprehensive tour of the plant’s inner workings. The plant visit described the functioning of a milk plant consisting of milk cleansing, purification, filtration, standardization, homogenization, and pasteurization. Students have also got to know the supply chain management of the plant across India.

Students got the opportunity to observe the port operations and The visit was incredibly enlightening, providing invaluable insights that enriched the knowledge of every student present.

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Delhi International Cargo

The Department of International Business at JIMS Technical Campus, Rohini organized a visit to the Delhi International Cargo Terminal, Sonipat, for first-year PGDM IB students.

The visit aimed to familiarize students with the operations of an Inland Container Depot (ICD), which serves as a crucial transit point for cargo containers in the logistics and transportation network of India.

This practical exposure enabled them to bridge the gap between theoretical concepts learned in class and real-world applications. Students observed the daily operations of the dry port and learned about the intricacies of export and import procedures, including customs regulations. They also had the opportunity to witness transportation procedures from the dry port to a sea port via rail connectivity, providing them with valuable insights into intermodal transportation.

It proved to be a rewarding learning experience for the students, offering them firsthand exposure to the complexities of international trade and logistics management.

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