NDIM, on a regular basis, arranges for industry visits for its students to expose them to corporate practices and processes. Such visits give them valuable opportunity to interact with the company officials and understand the ways in which business is run. These visits are arranged to make sure that the students' academic learning gets supplemented with corporate practice.
4-day Industry Visit Schedule to Yakult Plant, Sonepat
NDIM students of 1st and the 3rd years were taken to an industry visit to Yakult Plant, Sonepat, Haryana from 10th -13th April, 2017. The students were explained the whole process of probiotic milk production and packaging. They were then showed a detailed presentation on the same. It was a great learning experience for the students.
Visit to Mother Dairy Plant, Patparganj
The students of third year were taken for an industry visit at the Mother Dairy Plant located at Patparganj, East Delhi on 15th Nov., 2016 where the students witnessed large scale processing and packaging of milk. They saw the working of huge milk filtration plants, machines to flavor and pasteurize milk. They were also shown an informational video demonstrating the working of the whole plant. At the end, students were offered flavored milk and ice-dreams to relish. The day was full of new learning for all.
Visit to Parle Biscuits Pvt. Ltd. At Bahadurgarh , Haryana
The students of NDIM visited the Parle factory at Bahadurgarh, Haryana as a part of their Institute-Industry Interface. The sole purpose of the visit was to acquire knowledge about the industrial process involved in product making and related issues and understand the different operating and non operating technicalities.
The students were received by the HR head of the Parle-Bahadurgarh factory. They were given a detailed presentation and a short film of about twenty minutes was shown to students about the creation, evolution and functioning of the brand Parle and different processes that are combined to manufacture a host of Parle products like biscuits, confectionaries and chips. They were also briefed about various other management issues such as cost management of the factory, quality control, export, and the company's association with World Health Organization (WHO).
The students were then taken around the factory and each process was explained to them in easy to understand and clear manner. The students could see for themselves how efficiently, hygienically and smoothly Parle was carrying out its manufacturing operation.The students were also given complimentary gifts by Parle as a token of appreciation.