Wednesday, September 11, 2019

“PARISHTI 2019” A State Level Summer Internship Project competition @ GLS University, Ahmadabad

Students across the world take admissions in the best institutes to have a solid foundation for their career. For academic students, especially studying MBA, jobs are the most important aspect of their education. But before a student gets in a full-fledged professional job, it is important to have hands on experience on how the corporate world works. This is where the summer internships play an integral part, the experience of which bridges the gap between academics and a job.

Summer internship is a few week stint which a student gets where he/she has a hands-on experience to understand a witness what it feels like to be a part of a company. Academics only teach the basics to a student but as an intern you learn about the practicality of how things work in the real world.

On 4th September 2019 “Parishti 2019” – a State Level Summer Internship Project competition was organised by GLS University, Ahmadabad. There were 45 participants from 25 colleges. Jinal Sheth and Arshi Khan, Students of second year MBA, Narmada College of Management had participated in the competition.

The GLS University arranged for the refreshments for all the participants. Then they provided a brief introduction about GLS through a presentation, and also an AV about GLS University its initiatives and achievements. Then all participants were told to go in their respective rooms according to their track number. And then the presentation of participants began. We thoroughly enjoyed as we come to know about reports of other participants. It was indeed a great learning. We look forward to participate in more events like such and explore ourselves.



Saturday, September 7, 2019

Expert Lecture attended by DR. Trupti Almoula, Director, NCM

Venue: NCCA, Conference Hall
Date: 05/09/2019

Dr. Trupti Almoula, attended the session by Dr. Neeraj Gupta – Director, Study Abroad Program and Diaspora center of Gujarat University.

The session was held from 6.30 to 8.30 pm on 5th September, 2019 at the MCA Conference Hall, NEC.

She deliberated on the Cultural Heritage of India, in term of her being the oldest and most dynamic civilization, the societal values, the scriptures including the Vedas, Upanisads etc. the God and Goddess and their preaching etc.

Her depth on content, her command on language and her conviction of Bharatiya Sanskriti were highly severed and appreciated by the audiences of teachers and students of BVB Program.

Friday, June 21, 2019



Narmada College of Management observed the 5th International Yoga Day on 21st June, Friday at the Conference Hall of the College.

Faculty, staff and students participated in the programme which covered both theory and practical aspects of Yoga. The program began with an introduction to the theory of Yoga by Prof. Subhash Yadav  as it being a part of the six schools of  Indian Philosophy. Systematized by the sage Patanjali it has eight limbs with Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi.
After the discussion of theoretical aspects Prof. Rashmi Ghamawala, led the group of faculty, staff and students into the practical aspects of Asana and Pranayama.

Beginning with Padmasana, she first demonstrated the asana before the group and then guided the entire group into the practical performance of the asana.

After Padmaasana, she demonstrated the Surya Namaskar, with its detailed explanation of eleven steps and its health benefits. After that it was done by all the participants under her able guidance.  Then other asana namely Ushtraasana, Dhanuraasana, Halaasana, Gomukhasana, and Sarvangaasana were performed by the group.

After asana practice, Pranayama was performed by the participants. First anuloma viloma, and then Kapalbhati was demonstrated and practiced by the group. Demonstration of some difficult asanas was also done by the members of the group.

After the session, all the participants felt energetic and it was felt that this exercise can be continued throughout the year for health and energy benefits for all.

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

Personality Development Program By Prof. Dr Trupti Almoula

Date – 2/March/2019
Venue: NCM

PDP lectures were conducted by every faculty in NCM based on result and lacking point mentioned during mock interview. Training material was created and designed by faculties by themselves for grooming and development of students of 2nd year.
Focus of this development program was to nurtured and develop student in various aspects like self-confidence, communication, dressing sense, focus and concentration. Every mutual aim was to prepare student interview and for present and future corporate world along with development of their personality.

On 2nd March, 2019 the PDP session was conducted by Prof. Dr Trupti Almoula at 12.00 P.M in HR class on the topic of “Problem Solving and Decision Making”. 

All the students were given a case study and on the basis of which students are divided into 4 hypothetical department and 3 students are supposed to act as CEO of company. Department were HR, Production and Operation, Finance and Marketing.

The HOD of HR was Jaiswini, for Finance HOD was Vaishnavi, for Production and Operation HOD was Binita and for Marketing HOD was Raviprakash. Anjali, Vaishvi and Mansi K Patel were CEO of the company.

Firstly, all the department and their respective heads has to mention the problems and issue which they has founded in the case study and CEO’s have to note it down afterwards 10 mins were given to all department for finding the issues on which they can formulate the solution. Then every employee in all departments except HOD’s and CEO’s has to write down their SWOT on the basis of which HOD can take decision who to retain and who to terminate.

Then after that 30 mins break were given to all for working lunch in which all department has to work on solution of issues along with alternatives. And all CEO’s has visit all department in different rooms.

After lunch break all together has to meet and has to debate and negotiate for solutions suggested by them. And thus it was every good exercise for all students for taking decisions, handling problem and negotiate with top management.

Friday, March 1, 2019

Guest Lecture on Artificial Intelligence for MBA –I students

REPORT of Guest Lecture on Artificial Intelligence  for MBA –I students
Day : Friday, 1st March, 2019. Time: 11:00 to 12:30, Conference Hall, NCM Building

Speaker : Prof. Jatin Modh, Assistant Profession, Narmada College of Computer Applications
A guest lecture on Artificial Intelligence was held for first year students in the subject of Business Analytics by Prof. Jatin Modh from the MCA programme at our campus.

He discussed the nature, evolution and basic concepts of Artificial Intelligence and its comparison with natural intelligence. He briefly explained the concept of Turing Test and the role it has played in the development of Artificial Intelligence.

He discussed the Robotics technology and how it has played an important role in the development of Robots based on Artificial Intelligence.

Personality Development Programme for MBA –II students

REPORT of Personality Development Programme for MBA –II students
Day : Thursday, 28th February, 2019. Time: 14:30 to 16:30, Conference Hall, NCM Building

The fourth session of PDP discussed the below aspects of Personality Development:
1.       Concentration Skills
2.       Personal Self Discipline
3.       Professional Ethics
4.       Leadership

22 students participated in the discussions on the above topics. The session began with an exercise on Concentration Skills, whereby the concentration power and capacity of each participant was put to test.

Later, the discussion covered the details of Understanding Concentration, Developing Concentration, and Sustaining Concentration in our Daily lives.

The session also covered the topics of Personal Self Discipline and its importance of business executives. Finally the topics of Professional Ethics and leadership were discussed. The session ended the experience sharing by the students.

Thursday, February 28, 2019


By: Mr. Parijat Gupta and Mr. Aakash Thakur.
Place: Narmada College of Science and Commerce (NCSC)
Date: 23rd February, 2019



The fourth session of “CO-CREATE TRANSFORMATION" was held on 23rd February 2019 at 10:15 am in the conference room of the college (NCSC) by Mr. Parijat Gupta. Mr. Gupta started the session by asking about the assignment given in the earlier session. He also asked what was going on in the minds of students after doing assignment. Few of the students shared their experience regarding the assignment and what was going on in their minds after completing it. The points covered by him under this session are below:

v  Laughing is the best medicine
Mr. Gupta started with the topic laughing is the best medicine. He told that if you lose the power to laugh, you lose the power to think. He also told that now a days people are too busy in their life and they don’t even have time to laugh. In some cases they have to join laughing clubs for laughter. His words raised some questions in our mind regarding the absence of laughter from our life? It is strange that people have to join such clubs to make themselves laugh.

v  Empathy Walk
It is all about how leader can manage people. As they are leaders they have to meet new people every day. Empathy walk means how much you are able to understand person in front of you whom you have never met before. Then Mr. Gupta showed us one video clip named Dyna Cunningham (part 1) in which Diana Cunningham is a lawyer by profession. In that video she told that we can’t change legal system but we can change people’s mind and it is the power of empathy walk.

v  Co-Sensing
Under this point Mr. Gupta made us understand that Co-Sensing means to make the system sense and to see itself. He also told that we have to go to the edge of system to understand the entire situation. He gave the examples of Mother Teresa and Princess Diana who were different kinds of change leaders for society. They helped people who were suffering from leprosy and HIV Aids.
One quote by Johann Wolfgang V. Grethe, summarises what Mr. Gupta explained us.
            “Every object, well contemplated, opens up a new organ of perception within us.”

After that there was small refreshment break for 10 minutes. Then our next session began with meditation.

v  Social Field
It is a structure of relationship among individual, group, organization and system that gives rise to collective behavior. Here we have seen another video clip. It was a small part of movie named The Legend of Bagger Vance (2000). In which coach was motivating him to achieve his goal before going to perform on field. Mr. Gupta told us to relate this video with social field.

v  Levels of Conversation
·         Types of Team Meeting
1.      Polite way
2.      Debate form
3.      Dialogue form
·         Field pattern
·         4 fields of conversation
Any conversation happens in fields. Under Conversation phase, he further explained four specific fields as follows:
1.      Downloading or Talking Nice
In this field we speak what other wants to hear. We want to play safe with them. Here, reality is something else and people say what others like to hear. For example in interview candidates behavior is not natural he behaves artificially to impress interviewee.
2.      Debate or talking Tough
Here, people try to put their point of view. Nobody is trying to lose their point of view. Thus conversation can’t move toward a decision making.
3.      Dialogue or Reflective Tough
Here person start speaking by seeing himself as whole. Then he asks question why other’s point of view is better than his view point? Then he tries to look his view point from other’s angel. When he realized that his view pint is not effective then only he can shift his view point.
4.      Collective creativity
Here all individual collectively see that what is emerging from all view points.

After that there was lunch break for an hour. After break the session was continued at 2:20 pm. Mr. Gupta introduced Mr. Aakash Thakur, the head HR with AARTI Industries Ltd..

·         Mr. Thakur told that person should always clear about his integrity, character, how to manage resources and decision making ability.
·         He also makes us understand that how professional knowledge and competencies are required to be different from other competitors in market.
·         Then he gave information of LEAD concept which is used by every professional:
L: Learn
E: Engage
A: Achieve
D: Discover
·         He also gave some idea of business S Curve.

Lastly there was one exercise. In that exercise Mr. Thakur and one student from us done role play on stage. In that Mr. Thakur asked about her. She gave short introduction of her. Mr. Thakur also asked about her future plan and council her for her dilemma also. After that there was open forum discussion in which many of students have put interesting questions in that question answer session and Both Mr. Gupta & Mr. Thakur answered them satisfactorily. With   this session ended successfully at 5:15 pm.

Prepare By: Nehal K. Shinol. (MBA-1)

Tuesday, February 26, 2019


Date 19/2/2019
Venue: - Narmada College of Management
Speaker:- Mrs Yesha Sheth

Yesha Sheth Ma’am started the session with very creative introductory session, where
students have to introduce themselves by describing themselves with an animal. For example,
a rabbit, horse, tortoise etc.

Description of activity:-
It was an enjoyable ice breaking exercise and it was observed that students were quite
engrossed in the exercise. This was followed by a discussion on the self, one’s desires. She
also told us that as a business student we must have ability to foresee problem.
Next, she spoke about self development. She told us to work on our:-
1) Self image
2) Attitude and Values
3) Self esteem
4) Self Confidence

Then she divided all the students into group of 10 members and gave sketch pens and chart
paper. The leader of each group has to ask each member of group about their values. And
then they have to choose most preferred 3 values which was essential to start a business.
After this 3 members of each group have to describe the importance of values. All the other
students have to argue with them if they did not agree with them

The next activity was an interesting game called “SCAVENGER HUNT”. In this, all the
students were again divided into teams of 10 member and they were given names like team
red, blue team etc. They have to search 15 items from a list in the campus within 10 minutes.
All the students participated with enthusiasm and coordinated to collect as many items as
possible. Team green was winner as they were able to collect all the items and were given
chocolates as prize.

From this activity we learned team work, coordination, time management, creativity. Moving
towards the end, yesha madam asks us a problem to share. And she told us the way to solve a
problem. Following are ways to solve problem:-

 Optimism
 Visualisation
 Gratitude journal, etc

In the end she gave us few tasks to bring it in next session, like knowing our locus of
control through a quiz. To sum up, it was a well thought out programme of motivating
the students to discover themselves.

Monday, February 25, 2019

Industry – Institute Linkages"A two- hour orientation to students of Undergraduate Colleges from villages surrounding CLP"

Report on Industry – Institute Linkages:

A two- hour orientation to students of Undergraduate Colleges from villages surrounding CLP

Date : 21st February 2019

Conducted by : Dr Trupti Samir – Director, Narmada College of

Management  as a motivational speaker for the community students.


Focus of the orientation programme :  

Enabling students to see their self worth, raising their self esteem, getting them to make affirmations that shall improve their self confidence, and successively leading them to goal planning and motivation for goal achievement through recognising and overcoming challenges. 

The session was an interactive one where the students were made to take an inward journey and create a habit of continuous self evaluation for strengthening themselves for a successful and happy life ahead.

The programme got an overwhelming response from the students as it touched each of them individually in the process.

The photographs are enclosed.

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Student Participation in “TAEKWONDO TOURNAMENT AT G.T.U”

Date: 02/02/2019
Venue: GTU



On 2nd February, 2019, I have visited the SAL COLLEGE in Ahmadabad for a tournament of taekwondo. I got the silver medal in the tournament. There were many students have participated in the tournament, my category was under 62-63. In my category there was only one participant, in my fight there were 2 rounds of 1 minute.

In first round my points were 5 and he got 4 points against me. In the second round he got 3 and I got only one point against him. He won the fight and got gold medal and I got silver medal.

This was the best experience for me because I didn’t practice for the tournament and took participation; because of lack of practice I got silver otherwise I would have won gold. Next year I’ll do more practice for the tournament and try my best in next year.

Student Participation in “DASH FOR CASH”

Date: 05/02/2019
Venue: Parul University



                                             “DASH FOR CASH”



On 5th February 2019 we have visited to Parul University in Baroda for an event named as “Dash for cash”. We have stood 2nd in that competition. There were in total 12 team to compete with. Each team consists of minimum 3 and maximum 4 members.

This game consists of 3 rounds in which first round is a management quiz. Jinal appear for that round in which brand name and logos has to be identified we qualify that round. Second round was appeared by priyanka and ganesh in which there was auction of various places of parul university where we have to sell products,we selected temple and ground area. Ganesh have been given 2000 rupees in which the price of the place is 110 rupees so we have 1890 rupees in hand from which we have purchase goods and sell it in the campus. 

We have purchase products like cold drinks,shampoo,soaps and Maggie. Jinal and priyanka have targeted ground area where there was lot many people so they sold cold drinks in ground area at nominal price of 10 rupees per glass. Ganesh have sold Maggie and other product with the margin of 10-15 rupees on the product and he targeted boys hostel. 

In total we have earned a profit of 350 rupees and the first winner have earned 520 rupees selling each banana for 5 rupees and they have targeted only professors of their college. It was such a wonderful experience we were trying our best to convince other people to purchase our product. We look forward to attend more of such event.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019


By: Mr. Parijat Gupta
Place: Narmada College of Management
Date: 9 February, 2019


The third session of “CO-CREATE TRANSFORMATION" was held on 9th February 2019 at 10:10 am in the conference room of the college (NCM) by Mr. Parijat Gupta. Students strength in the 3rd session was a bit less than the 2nd session. Mr. Gupta had started the session by askingabout the assignment given in the earlier session and also asked what was going on in the minds of students before starting the session. Few of the students shared their expectations regarding the session and what was going on in their minds.

Leading from the emerging future:
Mr. Gupta started with the topic leading from the emerging future. He then told students to take out the handouts that he provided in the earlier session. One by one he requested students to stand up and read one para. He then explained the following topics covered under the handouts:
·         What is a Hub ?
1.      Introduction
2.      Size and location
3.      How often to meet
4.      Hosting a hub
5.      Form a hosting team
6.      Formulate an intention for the hub and invitation for community
7.      Organize a physical space to meet
·         High level planning:
1.      Co-initiating phase
2.      Co- sensing phase
3.      Presencing phase
4.      Crystallizing phase
5.      Prototyping phase
6.     Co-evolving phase

Under Co-initiating phase, he further explained three specific actions as follows:
·         Return to your own intentions that you formulated earlier. And he also made students to write their intention which was different than what was written in the assignment given during earlier session.
·         Ask yourself who are those people with whom you are going to connect and make the intention happen. After that he made everyone write 2 or 3 names of those with whom that intention was to be implemented .

·         And the last action was to listen, listen, listen. The three listen was purposefully written with a specific reason for each and was explained very well by Mr. Gupta.

1.      Listen; listening to your intention or to what life calls you to do (listen to oneself)
2.      Listen; listening to your core partners in the field (listen to others)
3.      Listen; listening to what you are called to do new (listening to what emerges)

After that Mr. Gupta made everyone write a saying by Martin Buber as:
“She listen to what is emerging from herself to the course of being in the world, not in order to be supported by it, but in order to bring it to reality as it desires”.
Mr. Gupta also insisted on “Pay attention to your attention" and through this explained the above saying.

Levels of listening:
·         Downloading (it is a listening based on the habits of past i.e., closed mind)

·         Factual listening (it is type of listening based on open mind i.e., listening by suspending the old judgements & seeing through fresh eyes)

·         Empathic listening (listening with open heart i.e.,listening through which you can empathize and redirect)

·         Generative listening (listening with open will i.e., listening in a way that you can let go off the past and let come the emerging future)

After explaining thetype of listening Mr. Gupta showed a video of an orchestra which was an example of what he explained above.

Lastly everyone had to do an exercise. In that exercise coaching circles were formed. A coaching circle was a group which consisted of 6 members. 4 such coaching circles were formed. After the circles were formed Mr. Gupta insisted everyone to sit in the respective coaching circles. He explained the whole exercise regarding what all tasks the coaching circle members had to do. Every circle had to select one case giver and one time keeper. And the remaining 4 members were considered as the coaches.

The tasks of each of them were as follows:
Case giver : He/she had to share their personal aspiration and leadership challenge which has to be current, concrete, important and the case giver was the key player.

Coaches : Coaches had to listen to the challenge of the case giver very deeply without trying to fix the problem. Coaches had to listen to the case giver and along with it they also had to stay quite and attend to the images, feelings, metaphors, and gestures that the challenge evoked.
Time keeper : One of the member from the group had to manage the time.

Coaching circles were sent to different classrooms for the exercise to be conducted by each. One hour was given to each circle. After one hour everyone gathered in the conference room again and sat in their own circle. One by one every circle started sharing their experience and also the things they could generate from that exercise. Sharings from the circles were very helpful. At the last handouts of the exercise which had to be done during the 15 days period was distributed to all and with this the session ended at 5:20 pm successfully.

“PARISHTI 2019” A State Level Summer Internship Project competition @ GLS University, Ahmadabad

Students across the world take admissions in the best institutes to have a solid foundation for their career. For academic stude...