To expand horizons of learning and experience and to be updated with the happenings around, we have collaborations and understanding with institutions and organisations of repute. These collaborations strengthen and benefit both faculty as well as students. The world outside is brought inside the classroom when our students interact with faculty and experts from other institutes and industry. These associations build strong foundation and provide wide exposure in exchange of ideas, thoughts and sharing of knowledge.
Under this, a Faculty Exchange Programme was conducted between Mumbai Pradesh Arya Vidya Sabha’s Gurukul College of Commerce and Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute of Management Studies and Research, from 13th September 2019 to 20th September 2019 concluding to 30 hours.
Three Faculties from Gurukul College of Commerce and Four faculties from and Bharati Vidyapeeth’s Institute of Management Studies and Research, were the part of this exchange which happened simultaneously.
The main Objectives of the programme was promoting and sharing of resources and collaboration for the benefit of the teachers and students at both the institutions. The exchange of academic materials and publications, Conducting lectures ,Idea sharing sessions for the purpose of curriculum development and review and also upgrading of teaching and research skills.
The Student exchange program between Patuck Gala College Of Commerce & Management and Gurukul College Of Commerce took place from 20 th January to 23 rd January 2020 in both the Colleges. The Aim was to strengthen the co-operation and understanding between the premier institutions through student exchange programme which promoted the Good will and Amalgamate of the institutes, Principals, faculty and students.
30 selected students from Gurukul College of Commerce were sent to Patuck Gala College Of Commerce & Management and 30 students from patuck gala college attended the lectures in Gurukul college of Commerce for 4 days from 7.30 a.m to 1.30 p.m.
Ms. Anagha kulkarni, Director of Sports and Physical Education, Gurukul College of Commerce had conducted the programme and practicals on health, wellness, Fitness, Yoga, sports nutrition and psychology and faculties from Patuck Gala College familarised about the topics of Inclusivity in Society, Disaster management etc. The students were taken to Mother Teresa Missionaries of Charity Santacruz, Mumbai to understand the social fabric of the society.
The student exchange programme was a roaring success as the students enjoyed the sessions, environment and topics along with good hospitality which gave them the exposure to the outside world
Banks employ various professionals, including office and administrative support staff, bank tellers, clerks, loan officers, auditors and managers. Some gain expertise on the job, while others may complete degree programs in various relevant fields.
Banker training programs often are geared toward office and administrative staff and are offered at both the certificate and bachelor’s degree level. Excellent communication and customer service skills, as well as proficiency in math, are necessary for all occupation levels in the banking industry. Banking professionals must be polite, accurate and trustworthy. Many banking professionals must undergo criminal background checks prior to employment.
Considering above aspects an MOU was signed with SSB INSTITUTE- PIONEER IN BANKING TRAINING. Approximately 16 students are trained and will appear for future banking exams.
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Considering above requirements an MOU was signed with BRIGHTWAYZ where students will be trained to appear for various entrance exams like CET ATMA etc. which will help them in their future career options.
As structural, demographic and technological shifts transform the Indian economy and the nature of work, new entrants to the labour force will have to be skilled and made employable. Strategies for reskilling and increasing the skills of the current workforce, as well as formal recognition of informally acquired skills, will also have to be reinforced.
Against this backdrop, India is driving unique initiatives to convert its demographic potential into a dividend that will fuel the country’s growth. At the same time, ageing populations found in several developed countries present opportunities for the migration of skilled persons from India to the benefit of both the host and destination countries.
TECHNOSERVE is a leader in harnessing the power of the private sector to help people lift themselves out of poverty. A nonprofit organization operating in 29 countries, TECHNOSERVE work with enterprising men and women in the developing world to build competitive farms, businesses, and industries. By linking people to information, capital, and markets, they have helped millions to create lasting prosperity for their families and communities.
Gurukul College of Commerce in association with TECHNOSERVE has trained students to be confident, enhance communication skills and be job ready which has been evident from the fact that all the students have been placed.