The Value of Industrial Visits

Upasana Goyal

Faculty, Surya School of Business Management

“Nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced”- John Keats

Industrial visit is a part of the educational tour as well as professional course, during which students visit companies and get insight of on the internal working environment of the company.It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. Moreover, it gives exposure from an academic point of view. Industry visits sensitize students to the practical challenges that organizations face in the business world. Industrial visits also give greater clarity about various management concepts for students as they can practically see how these concepts are put into action.By visiting the shop floor they get to understand the risky conditions in which workers work, the people management challenges involved in managing workers apart from getting hands-on technical knowledge.


The student involvement at all stages of the industry visit motivates them and helps them take full advantage of all learning opportunities presented. This brings a different dimension to students’ learning, which they cannot gain in the classroom as well as helping to bridge the gap between industry and academia.

  • Exposure to better industrial and business practices in progressive economies.
  • Get to know  business skills in a global context encouraging cultural interaction
  • Visits to manufacturing firms are useful for students to understand the nuances and realities of the shop floor, which in itself is a rare exposure.

Every year Surya World organizes industrial visits of students for enhancing their knowledge regarding different kind of fields. It provides confidence as well as overall personality development to the students. An industrial visit was recently organized by Surya School of Business Management, for the students of MBA, BBA and B.Com to Kudos Chemie Ltd.(Manufacturer of Caffeine Theophylline and other Chemicals), Derabassi. The students learnt about the production and operations management in Kudos Chemie Ltd. The company also has their own school for the village children and the socially suppressed backward caste people, arranged medical camps, blood donation camp etc, which enlighten their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).




Manpreet Kaur

Faculty, Surya School of Business Management

    bhangra Punjabi folk music is highly rhythmic, and very diverse. The western region is the home of styles like dhoola and mahiya, while the popular boli style is performed different across the region. The vocals are another integral part of Punjabi music, as are instruments like the dhol, tumbi, dhad sarangi, algoza and Ektara

The Birthplace of Bhangra

The birthplace of Bhangra, Punjab is a region extending over part of Northern India and North eastern Pakistan. Translated, the name “Punjab” means the “Land of Five Rivers.” The people of the Punjab are called Punjabis and they speak a language called Punjabi. The three main religions in the area are Sikhism, Hinduism, and Islam. Around the time of the 15th Century, Guru Nanak Dev founded the Sikh religion, which quickly came to prominence in the region. The 19th Century saw the beginning of British rule, which led to the emergence of several heroic freedom fighters, the subject of many Bhangra songs. Finally, the Punjab was split between Pakistan and India at the end of British rule in 1947. This partitioning resulted in a large migration of Punjabis into the United Kingdom, which eventually led to the emergence of Bhangra in Western clubs and dance halls Bhangra is a lively form of music and dance that originated in the Punjab region in Southeast Asia. As many Bhangra lyrics reflect the long and often tumultuous history of the Punjab, knowledge of Punjabi history offers important insights into the meaning of the music. Moreover, during the last thirty years, Bhangra has enjoyed a surge in popularity worldwide, both in traditional form and as a fusion with genres such as hip-hop, house, and reggae.

Bhangra Instruments


Bhangra Today

Bhangra has come a long way in the 20th Century and has recently taken the entertainment industry by storm. In the 1970s and 1980s, many Punjabi singers from Southeast Asia and the United Kingdom emerged, setting the stage for Bhangra to become a hot new trend in dance music. Modern Bhangra artists, in addition to recording and performing traditional Bhangra, have also fused Bhangra with other music genres, such as hip-hop, reggae, house, and drum-and-bass. Surya World has a vibrant student team of Bhangra and Malwai Gidda who are bringing laurels to us wherever they perform. At Surya World, we provide students with a platform to showcase their talents in a number of ways. We organize techno- cultural events and students are also encouraged to participate in various such events being organized elsewhere.

‘The Power of Innovation’ at Surya World – Institutions of Academic Excellence

The Power of Innovation – Expert Talk

When it comes to innovative ideas for higher education, a healthy discussion lead by an expert talk is the best way to proceed. Surya World cares about bringing up sustainable ideas to the wonderful world of education for 360 degree development of everyone connected to the community. To maintain that we are proud to innovate, implement, progress and rise through expert talks from time to time.

In this post, we will share you some of the moments of the recent expert talk on ‘The Power of Innovation’.IMG_4733

Honorable Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh, Development Head, Hitachi, Global Technologies, USA, enriched our faculty and staff with his innovations in the field of magnetic sciences. He shared his stories of how he with his team managed to reduce the size of computer hard drives and we can also see much more smaller sizes in the future because innovation is never ending. He also discussed about the innovations and ideas to improve the modern higher education system in India which can change the way education is delivered to our young generation. Everyone was highly motivated by his ideas and enthusiastically took part in the discussion. We are thankful to Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh for coming over and sharing his stories and ideas!

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Faculty Development Program – Surya World

It feels great to inform you about the Faculty Development Program (FDP) which recently took place at Surya World – Institutions of Academic Excellence.


In order to keep fulfilling our promise of delivering best quality higher education to our students, we update our faculty via Faculty Development Program (FDP). The program brings the platform to provide updated knowledge in various fields of studies to our faculty, take their ideas,to implement best tactics in education system. This helps us to develop enthusiastic entrepreneurs out of our students who then set benchmarks in the fields of technology, business, healthcare, etc.

Our Faculty Development Program has two major objectives:

1. To disseminate teaching improvement courses to the faculty from all fields of study through our updated knowledge rich facilitator-training programs.

2. To provide teaching improvement support to our faculty to reach the international level of interactive teaching which increases our students’ interest in studies.

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How Surya World celebrated 67th Indian Independence Day

The day when all the students and faculty members gather to pay tribute to the great Indian freedom fighters and revolutionists. The day when students with various talents come forward to write, present, create, sing, and dance on patriotic themes. Yes, we are talking about 15th August, Indian Independence Day. Surya World celebrated the prestigious 67th anniversary with extreme charm, grace and pride.


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Students under the guidance of very supporting faculties decorated whole of the campus in tri-colour (Indian flag, balloons, handmade posters, etc). Every face was reflecting the sense of pride, the sense of honor. Continue reading

Student of the Year – Debating Challenge


Do you know how to think out of the box, talk about issues and try to figure out how to solve them? Do you know how to stand up for yourself without resorting to violence? Do you want to be the first debater student of the year of your region? Surya World is now on hunt for the Student Of The Year – 2013 among 2000+ high school students.


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International Team of Student of the Year Challenge

Hello everyone! In the previous post you have found out about Student of the Year Challenge and how the idea of this festival comes up. But we all know that a big part of the success of an event depends on the organizing team behind it.

So, we wanted to make sure that we have the best organizing team, in order to have the best youth festival for you. And we did not wanted to stop only at making sure we have talented people working for this event, we also wanted to have talented international people that will join the organizing team with their vast ideas.

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Now, it is time to meet our internationals: Adriana and Ovidiu from Romania, Katia from Estonia, Marta from Costa Rica, Adriano form Brazil, Mina from Egypt. Yes, they are all from far away countries. And they all joined Surya World in order to develop the best events, programs, opportunities for young people.

If you think it is challenging, you are totally right! Imagine that each one of them has its own way of working, each one of them express things differently, each one of them is trying to adapt to the Indian culture. But what they have told us is that, besides all the challenges being part of this team is an amazing experience! Because you learn so many things about other cultures, you start understanding people around you better, you learn how to communicate more efficiently…and most important, you come up with ideas that you have never thought before.

So, here you have, people from 3 different continents (Europe, Latin America, Africa) working together with Indian people in order to organize this festival. And more important for you to know as a future participant to the event, is that you might be sure Student of the Year Challenge is going to be a great festival because all these people from all these countries are trying to come up with the best ideas for you, making the event more challenging and enjoyable.

In the next posts you are going to find out details about each competition, in order to help you choose what fits you best!!

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