EKAY- HR Club Activity
`Ekay' -The HR Club of DSB, organized the first event of the club `Talking In Circles' on 18th February 2020. `Talking in circles’ is an exercise that is designed to improve communication and listening skills. A total of 6 teams participated with zeal in the event. Each team was asked to stand in circle around a long piece of ribbon tied at the ends to form a circle. The team was next asked to create shapes with the ribbon – square, triangle, rectangle, trapezium, parallelogram, hexagon, pentagon etc. To increase the difficulty level, the members were asked to shut their eyes and may be muted at different times. The exercise had three rounds.
Two teams were given certificates for securing first and second positions; the details are as follows:
Position :- 1st
Team Name:- Alpha
- Priya Aggarwal (A)
- Riya Sharma (A)
- Aman Aggarwal (A)
- Kamya Jeswani (B)
- Rashi Gupta (A)
- Jigyasa Garg (A)
Position :- 2nd
Team Name:- Chocolates
- Prabhsimran Kaur (B)
- Megha Sharma (B)
- Ayush Verma (A)
- Mukul Khandelwal (B)
- Vansh Ratra (A)
- Shubham Singhal (B)
The E-Cell members of DSB visited BIMTECH Plot Number 5, Knowledge Park 2, NCR, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh on Saturday, 15 February 2020. The PGDM (Year I) students who visited were: Rajat Chaudhary, Krishnandan Mehta, Anukriti Shakyawar, Jahnvi Singh, Monira Minto, Shubham Singhal. Prof. Sanjay Chaudhary accompanied the team. The team visited BIMTECH to observe their Atal Incubation Center and understand its functioning and achievements.
Marketing Event: PITCH PLEASE
“MarkX”- The Marketing club of DSB, organized the event “PITCH PLEASE”.
The event, Pitch please was organized to gain and improve the selling skills of an individual. There were 12 participants who formed 6 pairs by picking a chit. There were two rounds in this activity. In the first round the participant were required to sell a product to the consumers i.e. B2C and in the second round the participant had to sell it to the business i.e. B2B. In the first round the time given to participant was 7 minutes and in the second round the time given was 5 minutes. While one member was presenting, the other member of the team waited outside the room so as to avoid copying of the same strategy.Each pair was given a different product of the same brand and they had to sell the product keeping in view the following criteria i.e. verbal skills, non-verbal skills and the content. After the completion of the first round, candidates were shortlisted for the second round.
The winners and the runner-up were given the certificates. The details are as follows:
Position 1: Jhanvi Ummat
Position 2: Megha Sharma
Position 3: Ambika Nagpal
Runner Ups: Arushi Wadhawan, Shubham Singhal
INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO FENESTA (Bhiwadi Unit)
A batch of PGDM (2019-21) students of DSB had the opportunity to visit the 16-year old fabrication unit of Fenesta Building Systems situated in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan on 22 February 2020. Prof. Sanjay Chaudhary and Ms. Meghna Sharma accompanied the students.
With an aim to go beyond academics, the visit provided the students with an insight regarding the internal working processes at Fenesta and its practical perspectives which have made it the flag bearer of the Indian Window Industry.
FENESTA (India’s No.1 brand for windows and doors)
Experience at FENESTA BUILDING SYSTEMS
The fabrication unit at Bhiwadi, Rajasthan consists of an Aluminium plant and a UPVC (unplasticized poly vinyl chloride) plant. This unit involves the manufacturing of fixed windows, casement windows/doors and slider windows/doors. Taking into consideration the customer’s preferences and needs, Fenesta not only builds highly customized windows but also provides end-to-end solutions (360 degree service). Mr. Inderjeet Singh, the factory head at Fenesta Building System, made the students familiar with the advantages of windows/ doors manufactured by them over the regular basic windows. He did so by explaining what all important elements constitute the unique fabrication processes at Fenesta with the help of a power point presentation. He also guided us through a fruitful tour of both the plants (Aluminium and UPVC) and enlightened us with live operations of the complete manufacturing process flow. The 14 sequential steps of this flow involves Profile cutting, processing, reinforcement fixing, fusion welding, CNC corner cleaning, in-process QC check, Assembly, Glazing, PDI check, Packing, Out-frame track fixing, PDI check, packaging and stocking Finished goods. On the whole, the industrial visit to Fenesta gave the students an extra edge and helped them to relate the industry driven curriculum with practical knowledge.
Fynamics Club Event
Fin-O-Pedia was organised by Fynamics-Finance Club of Delhi School of Business on 24th February,2020.
There were 4 teams with 3 members each.
We are glad to announce that Vipul Garg, Sachin Kumar, Varun Jain of first year were winners of the quiz.
Siddharth Gupta(first Year) Mehak Kakrania(II Year), Ritesh Aggarwal(II Year) were runner-ups
‘Business in a Room’ at Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management
Gaurav Arora, Manisha Jassal and Tanshi Kumar (PGDM 1st year) participated in a Business Plan competition ‘Business in a Room’ at Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, and emerged as the first runners up!!
They had to make a business proposal centred around the Healthcare Industry with a constraint of ₹10,00,000 as seed funding in the first year.
The team came up with Boond, a non electric water purifier, targeting the social entrepreneurship sphere by generating employment and providing safe drinking water in backward areas.