Industrial Visits and Tieups


12th November 2016

With the thanks to extending of the given opportunity on visit to Bharath Heavy Electricals Limited,(BHEL) Hyderabad, we would like to submit a brief report on the above said industry visited on 12.11.2016.

Mr.Raj Kumar, Associate Professsor and Ms.M.Swapna, Associate Professor who accompanied the reached plant around 12:40 >P.M. Mr.Sainadhan of Public Relations Department received us and took us to the Reception Centre. Mr. Sainadhan addressed students about the inception and achievements of BHEL as it emerged as the Maharatna Companies and it acquired a sick unit BHPV Bharat Heavy Plates and Vessels (BHPV) a sick unit.

Students were explained about the plant layout, process layout and mechanism involved in manufacturing compressors and electrical machines. They gained knowledge on systematic arrangement of various equipments for smoothening the efficiency of the process. We witnessed various stages of production process in manufacturing steam turbines and compressors right from raw status to the finished product. We were taken to testing section, where the final product would reach the acceptance level with zero vibrations.

We were told that, Industrial engineering section takes care of allotment of space, process layout, manpower requirement and operational efficiency of the machineries. Students observed various sign boards reflecting occupational health and safety objectives, quality policies and other product related aspects. Around 3:30 P.M. before we come out of the plant, as a token of gratitude we expressed our sincere thanks to Mr.Sainadhan for the visit of our Management students.

Products at BHEL
Steam Turbine, Compressor, Electrical Machine, Switchgear, Bowl Mills, Gas turbine nozzles, gas turbine baskets, steam turbine HP blades, steam turbine precision forced cp blades and steam turbine wheel blades.

BHEL started manufacturing turbines in collaboration with SKODA, Czechoslovakia and Siemens, Germany. Its R& D is situated at Balanagar.

National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd., (NTPC), Sugar Factories, Cement Factories, Oil & Natural Gas Commission (ONGC), Bharath Petroleum Corporation Ltd., ( BPCL, and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., (HPCL).

Over 120 MBA students of both semesters along with 4 Faculty were taken to National Small Industries Corporation Limited (NSIC) for undergoing training on ‘Entrepreneurship Development’ on 15-11-2014.

We are associated with Hyderabad Management Association, the premier management forum in AP and also associated with FAPCCI (Federation of Andhra Pradesh chamber of commerce and Industry). This industry institution association is helping a lot to educate the students with industry developments and as a knowledge source for faculty to update themselves by participating in the special invited guest lectures, seminars and workshops from time to time.HMA is helping our MBA students to learn more about what the industry expects from an MBA.

Because our strong association with HMA a few selected students trained in work shop in Currency Derivatives Trading by MULTICOMMODITY EXCHANGE (MCX-EX) in the month of May, 2012. MCX has given its consent an awareness program in Currency Derivatives trading shortly.

A leading stock broking company - CD EquiSearch Pvt. Ltd. is offering currency derivatives trading to our students in the month of 2012.

In the world of tough competition the only way is to continuously update Industry required skills set in the emerging areas of development. National Certification in Financial Markets on line examinations are being conducted by National Stock Exchange and National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM) in various modules. 15 students who had shown serious interest have been trained for professional certification in IAPM (professional module) by our faculty in 2012. Students have taken dates with NSE to appear for the test.