Saturday, November 3, 2018

Report on the visit at sharekhan


Date: 2nd November 2018
Place: Bharuch




We the student of M.B.A. finance semester 3, visited the sharekhan office which is located near super market, opp. Healing touch hospital, as on 2nd November 2018.


 When we went, we were welcomed by Mr. Shailesh sir and his staff. Then we were made aware and informed knowledge regarding the buying and selling of shares. And how to keep a watch on the movement in price of shares. Then Mr. Shailesh sir gave the knowledge regarding various topics like bonds, debentures, preference shares and equity shares.

Then sir gave us information about portfolio that how to manage the portfolio and how we also can open the account for trading on shares. Then we asked that how we can know that market is closed down?   Very easily sir answered us.

We got detailed knowledge about share market.

Friday, November 2, 2018

BIRTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS OF SARDAR PATEL AT NARMADA COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT



Date: 01/11/2018
Venue: Narmada College of Management






To commemorate the birth anniversary of Iron man of the nation, Sardar Patel, a quiz competition, based on his life and works was organized at the College.

79 students (49 – MBA –I and 30 – MBA II) appeared for the test. The questions were based on the life and work of Sardar Patel and had multiple choice options to choose the answers. The students were informed in advance about the quiz and interested students were told to come prepared for this quiz.

Total 35 questions were asked based on the life and works of Sardar Patel. The first three students who scored the highest marks both for first year and second year are:

MBA – I
1
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Tiwari Pratima Kamlesh
2
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Dudkiya Priya Pranjivanbhai
2
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Patel Tanveer Imtiyaz

MBA – II
1
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Kosamia Krishnabhen Kanaksinh
1
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Vyas Jaiswini Pradip
2
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Mehta Kinjal Jyotindra
2
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Patel Ayushi Bhikhubhai
2
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Rana Akanksha Vijaykumar

Overall it was a great learning experience for the students.

Friday, October 5, 2018

150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS OF MAHATMA GANDHI


150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATIONS OF MAHATMA GANDHI
AT
NARMADA COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT

Date: 03/10/2018
Venue: Narmada College of Management




To commemorate the 150th birth anniversary of our father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi, a quiz competition, based on his life and works was organized at the College.

70 students (46 – MBA –I and 24 – MBA II) appeared for the test. The questions were based on the life and work of Mahatma Gandhi and had multiple choice options to choose the answers. The students were informed in advance about the quiz and interested students were told to come prepared for this quiz.

Total 52 questions were asked based on the life and works of Mahatma Gandhi. The first three students who scored the highest marks both for first year and second year are:

MBA – I
        1)Gariba Kevin
        2) Khan Arshi
        3) Patil Dipeshkumar

MBA – II
1)      Gandhi Divya
2)      Gohil Kirti
3)      Jain Anjali
4)      Makwana Pinkalkumari
5)      Prajapati Radhika

Overall it was a great learning experience for the students.

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Participation in the FDP programme organized by GTU

Report on participation in the FDP programme organized by GTU

FDP - Day 2: 26th Sept., 2018                                                                                        

Subject Name: Organization Behavior (OB)                                               Subject Code: 4519204

Resource persons for the subject OB:

1. DR. PragnaKaul, Oakbrook Business School, Gandhinagar
2. DR. JagrutVasavda,  Associate professor at NRVIBMS, Junagadh

Session on OB subject started sharp at 11:10 AM by DR PragnaKaulas a Resource person. She introduced the subject and explained us that how this subject is different, unique from other management subjects and how can be made more interesting as well as interactive. She adds that this subject acts fundamentals to all other management subjects and gives freedom to the subject teacher to handle the subject in many ways using various combinations of pedagogical tools.

She elaborated and shared her hands on experience on how she deals with her OB class. She divides and makes the students learn OB at three level – individual level, group level and organizational level. In order to make OB concepts understandable - she first Directs students (tells students what to do) then make them Discuss the concept well in class and ask them to pen down key take away and  finally Delegates or empowers studentsto deal with OB activities. She usually make use of various pedagogical tools like PPT/reflections, Reading & live assignments, case studies and discussions, Article critique, storytelling, games, videos, movies, ted talks, movie making exercises etc… In fact she has also clarified that which type of OB topics can best explained by which tools or teaching pedagogy.

·         Topics like attitude, perception, and personality can be best explained through storytelling, filmy stories, and practical organizational examples

·         Topics like groups, team can better explained with the use of management games, group practical assignments, role plays

·         Topics like change management and stress management can better handled through case studies and discussions

·         Motivation, leadership can be managed through lesson from movies, videos of successful leaders,SandipMaheshwari motivational talks,  ted talks on motivation, corporate stories etc…

·         Organizational change and organizational development – Book review on Who moved my cheese?
·         Organizational culture – cultural collage of any organization or any individual using iceberg model

DR JagrutVasavda explained module wise that how to make the OB content rich by using various pedagogical tools. He also shared his practices to deal with the subject. Further he elaborated on the problems that student usually faces while writing OB paper/ exam. He described and suggested tips that would help students in writing OB paper effectively. Following points were discussed
·         Time management - Students should properly allot time for each question
·         Length of the answers should be based on marks written on question paper
·         Students should come out of the myth – more pages will lead to more marks. Role of faculty is to make them understand that quality of answers will help to score more marks.
·         Lack of Explanation skills due to English language problem
·         Avoid readings from Thakur Publications
·         Dealing with case studies in the paper

Near about 14-15 OB teachers participatedin this session representing various GTU affiliated colleges. The session was very interactive and participants were asked to share their experience in terms of handling OB class.The class ended at 1:15 PM

To become subject expert - Faculties were asked to not only refer GTU recommended text books but also suggested to read other books like OB by Fred Luthan, OB Case Study by V.G. Kondalkar and for average students – OB by Newstrom etc… such books  can be used  by Ob teacher to widen their knowledge horizon on OB subject.

Thus there were many key take away from the session and such programmes should be conducted again and again so that we all can avail opportunity to keep ourselves updated with latest practices on a particular subject. 

SESSION HELD AT NARMADA COLLEGE CAMPUS – EXAM OF YOGODA SATSANG SOCIETY


A  REPORT OF THE SESSION HELD AT NARMADA COLLEGE CAMPUS –
EXAM OF YOGODA SATSANG SOCIETY

DATE : 24/09/2018, MONDAY, 11:00 TO 11:30 HRS




22 Students of Narmada College of Management attended a campus outreach programme of Yogoda Satsang Dhyan Mandali, the spiritual organization started by Paramhamsa Yogananda, the world famous author of ‘Autobiography of a Yogi’.

The students had to read a book based on the thoughts of Sri Paramhamsa Yogananda, titled, The Law of Success and then appear for an exam based on the book.

The students were given the book 10 days in advance and later on they appeared for the exam.
Based on the response, it has been planned to hold on more such session at NCM campus as well.

THE SESSION ON BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AT THE TWO DAY FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AT GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


A  REPORT OF THE SESSION ON BUSINESS ETHICS AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AT THE TWO DAY
FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AT GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

DATE : 26/09/2018, WEDNESDAY, 11:00 TO 13:00 HRS
RESOURCE PERSONS: DR. SIDDHARTHA DAS AND DR. SHAKINA MUNSHI
VENUE : HALL A0, GTU, CHANDKHEDA, AHMEDABAD



Dr. Siddharth Das began the session with an introduction of the concept of ethics and various levels at which the discussion can be had with the students. He underlined the importance of business ethics in the coming time with lot of statistics and data from international research studies.

He reflected on the fact that this is a subject which is based on philosophy and metaphysics so it becomes very essential to clarify all the concepts that are discussed in the subject.  He also stressed the fact that faculty members will have to take an active interest in reading various topics and understanding themselves first hand and then making the students understand the concepts.

Dr. Shakina Munshi began her session with the emphatic assertion that ethics is a subject of the soul and hence it can only be understood by having a deep connection with oneself first. She outlined the entire course content of all the four modules and how each topic can be dealt with in the class either by discussion, role plays, external visits and lecturing.

After the completion of the sessions by the resource persons, the students had a good discussion about whether this subject should be part of semester one or semester four. Majority of the faculty members felt that it was better if this subject is placed in the fourth semester.

There was healthy discussion among the faculty members about various difficult concepts like difference between ‘ethics’ and ‘morality’ and ‘values’.

Overall the session was appreciated by all concerned and all the participants felt the need of more such sessions in future.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Students of NCM participated in the “Open Elocution Competition” organised by Junior Chamber International, Bharuch

Students of NCM participated in the
“Open Elocution Competition”
organised by
Junior Chamber International, Bharuch
Date: 13th September 2018
Elocution is the art of careful public speaking, using clear pronunciation and good breathing to control the voice. Public Speaking refers to the art of communicating with a large audience. Public speaking plays an important role in one’s career.For an individual to do well professionally, he/she needs to communicate effectively. Not everyone is born with effective communication skills, but one can certainly master the same with time and practice. Public speaking plays a crucial role in improving your communication skills.

Junior Chamber International (JCI) organised an “Open Elocution Competition”at Big Bazaar, Shalimar, Bharuch on 13th September 2018 from 5 pm onwards.
It invited participation from various colleges and schools across Bharuch city

Topics for the competition were pertaining to environment
1.      Steps towards water conservation
2.      Waste management-our responsibility

There was no restriction for the age and language of speech. The time limit given for the speech was 3 minutes. The participants were evaluated by two judges namely, Dr. Suketu Dave and Dr Palak Kapadia.

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