Wednesday, 1 August 2018

Business Preparatory Program 2018 (19th - 22nd July 2018)


The Pacific Vision articulated, it was a time to translate it into “doables” and the Pacific University started its Business Preparatory & Induction Programme 2018.

Further with rounds of consultation with experts, academicians and industrialist, the students began to tread on a new learning pathway. The students would enjoy the first mover advantage in the state being the first batch to begin its session in the month of July – 2018









As competition in the corporate world is increasing day by day, the potential in every sector is growing at a fast pace, but the only problem is of managing these sectors in an effective and efficient manner, and leading them in the right direction. So, good managers are in high demand:- We at Pacific take this responsibility.”

The mixed bag  of excitement of joining a new institution, nervousness of facing a new environment, the curiosity of learning something new and hesitant faces, all this and more could be clearly seen  on the  faces of the new Incumbents, on the first day of induction week.

A three days Business preparatory programme was held with an intention to brief the students about the road map to be pursued in the upcoming two years. 

Day 1: Students were made introduced to the various department of an organisation



On the very first day and were synergise with the intricacies of functionalities of these department. The resource person on first day were:

Dr. Shivoham Singh: he throw light on MBA & Its need in the Industry



Prof.Pushpakant (Finance)/Dr. Shikha(Marketing): They introduces with the Syllabus, Departments & Specializations.



Dr. Nidhi Nalwaya: New joiners were taken to the campus tour so that the students may get aware of various departments of the university.




Day 2: Some very spellbinding session were conducted on this day 

Analysing Management Education Readiness: by Esteem Prof Dipin Mathur. He made the student realise the importance of management in every aspect of his life.



Good to be Great-by Captain  Piyush Sinha



Why we are different from others?-by Dr Subhash Sharma

Day 3: The student went for an Industrial trip to Peacock Industry Pvt Ltd.



The preparatory sessions  already raised a spark in the students  and the forthcoming interactions of the induction program will give a kick start to their professional career.

Saturday, 7 July 2018

“DISHA” – A Management Development Program on Total Dealership Management for Retail Outlet Dealers of Indian Oil Corporation Limited




Day 1 – Sessions’ Speakers
Session I
Managing and Organizing the Self
Prof. Shikha Behl
Session II
Retail Outlet Branding and Customer Loyalty
Prof. Pushpkant Shakhdwipee
Session III
Managing Interpersonal Behavior and Employee Motivation
Dr. Anupam Bhargav
Session IV
Innovative Sales Practices and Trends in Petrol Retailing
Mr. Ravindra Bangar


















Day 2 – Sessions’ Speakers

Session I
Managing and Organizing the Self
Prof. Shikha Behl
Session II
Retail Outlet Branding and Customer Loyalty
Prof. Pushpkant Shakhdwipee
Session III
Managing Interpersonal Behavior and Employee Motivation
Dr. Anupam Bhargav
Session IV
Innovative Sales Practices and Trends in Petrol Retailing
Mr. Ravindra Bangar





 




 


Sessions
Details
Managing and Organizing the Self
To initiate the process of introspection and the ability to recognize oneself as an individual separate from the environment and other individuals. Self-management refers to methods, skills, and strategies by which individuals can effectively direct their own activities toward the achievement of objectives, and includes goal setting, decision making, focusing, planning, scheduling, time management and motivation.
Retail Outlet Branding and Customer Loyalty
To understand the concept of Retail Outlet Branding. To understand the various aspects of Retail brand benefits. To understand the concept of Brand Management. Retail outlet branding model. And to understand the need of the Customer Loyalty and translating the customer loyalty and relationships into profitability.
Managing Interpersonal Behavior and Employee Motivation
To understand the Team Work and Motivation? How employee efficiency and capacity can be improved by team work and motivation. Team building and Motivation activities. Team building strategies with methods to develop better working skills in the employees. 
Innovative Sales Practices and Trends in Petrol Retailing
What innovative practices should be followed to transform the challenges into opportunities and how to make innovation successful within their organizations? Discussion about the future trends in Petrol Retailing with special emphasis on Customer Convenience. Eg. – Mobile Payment, Small Stores & Personalization etc.
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Sunday, 1 April 2018

Retail Banking


Retail banking is also known as consumer banking. It is typical mass market banking in which the individual customers and small medium enterprises use local branches of large commercial banks. Retail banking offers various services include -deposits, certificate of deposits, advance loans, mortgages saving and checking accounts, personal loans, debit and credit accounts. 

The portfolio of retail banking comprises of three crucial elements-  credit , deposits , financial services .The banks which are currently focusing on retail banking to avail the business opportunities are-PNB, SBI, HDFC, ICICI, AXIS etc .Retail banking act as an engine of economic growth. 

Technology  is the key driver for retail banking and technology products like ATM , mobile banking,  card products like debit and credit cards help in enhancing the banking business .Impact of retail banking –revenue, saving, home economy, increasing personal wealth and purchasing power, industrial development, employment. Challenges of retail banking -  IT system complication, huge cost of maintenance,   KYC and money laundering, retention of customers.





BY : HEZAL AGARWAL

Certificate Program on ‘How to start and run an Export -Import business’


Pacific Institute of management organized a two day certificate program on How to start and run an Export -Import business’. 



The Program was designed to acquaint the students with the –
  • ·         Business Opportunities in other nations and how to set up a successful International Business.
  • ·         Students were also made conversant with the Procedures & formalities of Export –Import Business.

The Program was attended by 43 participants comprising MBA, B.Tech, M.Tech   & MCA students & few individuals from corporate sector who are seeking to pursue Export-Import Business in future. Dr. Rahul Vyas started the session by giving an introductory lecture on the Export Import Business. The session was followed by Ms. Heena Purohit who made the candidates conversant with the Identification and Selection of International markets & modes of entry to International markets.


The post Lunch session was taken by Mr. P. P. Bhattacharya General Manager (Tempsens Instruments (I) Pvt. Ltd.) who provided knowledge to the students on Essential Documentation requirement for International Business. He also made the students understand the EXIM Policy framework & Export Import incentives & facilities.


The session ended with the session of Mr. Pawan Talesara who created general awareness among the candidates about the Packaging and shipment of cargo & payment gateways for Export & Import Business. The students found the session very meaningful for their professional growth.





Industrial Visit to PIMS Udaipur


VISIT OF MHA students to 
PACIFIC INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES, UDAIPUR

Practical exposure to the theoretical knowledge is must for the grooming of students. 
As such Pacific Institute of Management emphasizes on providing practical exposure rather than just rote memorization. The practical exposure enables the students to apply their learning in the real world. 

The students of Faculty of Management, Pacific University, Udaipur pursuing MHA(Masters of Hospital Administration ) course were taken to Pacific Institute of Medical Sciences, Udaipur to provide them practical exposure of the administrative system practiced in hospitals. 

Dr. Malik Deputy Supervisor in the hospital briefed the students about working of various departments. He also briefed students about how the Plasma & platelet are extracted from the blood & preserved using high tech machines. Students were also given knowledge about the working of ICU & CCU. 

The students found the visit very meaningful & learned a lot through the visit.













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