Monday, September 23, 2019


Date  :13th& 14thAugust, 2019
Venue: NEC Conference Room


 Orientation programme was organized by Narmada College of Management, Bharuch on 13th August, 2019 at NEC Conference Room, Bharuch. The major objective of the programme was to make students aware of the academic aspects of the course, the rules and regulations, code of conduct of the Institute.

Report on Teachers’ Day Celebration 5th September-2019

We celebrate Teachers’ day every year throughout the country on 5th September. Students express their gratitude and appreciation for their teachers on this day. This day is dedicated to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan – second President of India. The great academic philosopher, and one of the most well-known diplomats, scholar, president of India and above all a teacher. As a tribute to this great teacher, his birthday has been observed as teachers' day. Both the students & staff of College gathered joyfully for the celebration.

At NCM, the function started with lamp lighting by Dr. Trupti Almoula Ma’am, Dr. Deepak Trivedi Sir, Dr. Bhaskar Rawal Sir, Special Guest Mr. Jaydeep Shah and all the faculties. The program commenced with seeking blessing from god by Sarasvati Vandana. As per the Indian culture, we always start our work with prayer. The program was lead off with a prayer song sung by the Prayer team. Followed by an innovative welcome speech and greetings by offering rose plants to all the Dignitaries, teaching and non-teaching staff. Further, the cultural program began which included a Bharatanatyam dance performance. Two students then gave speech whichincluded a peek into the life of Dr Radhakrishnan and role of teachers, through speech. Next programme was very much informative, as Mr. Jaydeep Shah Sir presented a wide perspective of the coming innovative technology.

Second year students have been contributing their efforts on social work. They have been conducting Multi-Disciplinary Action project i.e. MAP, which helps in providing quality education to under privileged children’s. Their participation was appreciated by token of love.

Further, Dr. Chetana Makwana Ma’am felicitated the prize and talent of position holders. A fun game and a poetry was presented by First year student, dedicating to all our beloved teachers.

Drama is the shaped version of life, next was a drama presented by First Year students which depicted the role of teachers in career guidance. In order to freshen up the mood of audience, a singing performance was presented. An innovative Gazal was further performed by the group of Second Year students, which was purely about the hard work of teachers. A funny drama was performed which made audience chuckle and relate to the respective drama.

A small present was presented to Non-Teaching Staff, Bharat Bhai by a First Year student. A non-teaching staff, Bharat Bhai prepared a bunch of cards dedicating to all the teachers, by his own creativity. The last programme was wrapped by games conducted by first year students for fun, for all the audience and teachers. This auspicious day was concluded by Prof. Rashmi Ghamawala Ma’am (coordinator of the event) by giving vote of thanks to everyone.

Wednesday, September 18, 2019


Objective for Anusandhan 2019

This state level SIP competition was organized to provide platform for all future managers to showcase their research based problem identification and proposed solution during industry interaction. This competition was only for MBA/PGDM students of batch 2018-2020 who have successfully completed Summer Internship Project nominated by Institutes/ University.

Two students were nominated from our college to perform at Anusandhan 2019 competition.
  1. Nehal Shinol (A study on Organizational Citizenship Behaviour (OCB) among the employees at Aarti Industries, Dahej)
  2. Komal Shah (A study on OSSP Engagement at Saint Gobain)

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.

National Level Awareness Programme [NLAP-2020]