Information Technology department of Tulsiramji Gaikwad-Patil College of Engineering and Technology organised an industrial visit to Purti Sugar Industries Pvt. Ltd.
All the students of the fourth and sixth semester were present during the visit.
The students visit industry and learn all the detail how industry works.
The students were exposed to the implementation of various concepts of management in the industry. The executive-in-charge Sadanand Deshpande addressed the students and provided valuable information regarding the unit. He presented a clear idea about the function, maintenance of the plant and technology associated with various departments under which this industry has made a remarkable status in the market.
he Gaikwad-Patil Group of Institutions (GPGI) is an education society founded by academicians with a sole view to promote professional education in the rapidly developing region of Vidarbha.
Almost all the founders of the college are, or have been, academicians themselves. This gives them an edge over others in that they are in close touch with the expectations and aspirations of the young generation today. They are keenly aware of the changes traditional education has to undergo if today’s generation is to survive the ruthless competition the world has to offer. They are also the right people to foresee the coming trends in education.
With Nagpur becoming the chosen destination in Maharashtra among just a few other hand-picked Indian cities for the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission, the city is quite the happening place - both economically as well as socially. The MIHAN project in Nagpur is just one proof of the vibrant future the city has. The GPGI, with its unique academic background, was quick to realize the potential that Nagpur held.
In the near future, the GPGI is poised to become one of the best and most dynamic institutions which will cater to varied educational needs of the increasingly bustling region of Vidarbha.
It has well-defined automation strategy in achieving the automation of the sugar factory, he said.
During the visit, students got the insight into the internal working environment of a company.
With this visit, students also came to know how the industry functions and what are the practical aspects of the industry which cannot be visualised in lectures.
Prof Sarvesh Warjurkar accompanied the students on this visit. Students were enriched with knowledge at the same time it also acted as a stress buster for the students having a tough academic schedule.
The visit was organised under the guidance of head of Information Technology Department. Prof Anup Gade. Prof Rachit Singh and Prof Jayant Rohankar worked hard for organising the visit.