Industrial Training for the teachers of Management Department


Industrial Training is to expose the teachers to actual working environment and enhance their knowledge and skill from what they have learned in the college. The value of developing stronger links with industry in the current economic climate is being realized more and more by higher education institutions. Increase input by employers in course development, students’ placement and the offering of “sandwich” option in many degrees stem from increasing awareness that it must be mutually beneficial to bring academic and industry closing together. Industry can influence the learning of to produce a potential workforce with the academic knowledge and flexibility they will require. The faculty of the Department of Management Studies visited Welpack  Printing Bangalore.

M/s. Welpac Products & Systems Pvt. Ltd., was incorporated in the year 1980 by promoters from U.K.  In 1993, a branch office was setup at Bangalore to make signage materials using High-tech equipment imported from USA.  In the last 20 years, company has grown to become a full-fledged unit using Digital Plotting, Digital Printing and Digital Flatbed printing for rigid & flexible substrates.  The set-up is unique with the most up to date technology in the world.

The customers on our list are MNC’s, well-known business houses, advertising agencies, architects, interior decorators, etc.  Some of our regular clients – Vodafone, Levis, Asian Paints, Tata Tea, Reliance Retail, Bosch Ltd, Timken,  ACC Cements, Infosys, Mead Johnson, Microsoft, Karnataka Bank, Titan & many more.

Fifteen Management Studies Faculty members attended the training. The discussion was focused on production process, financing of entire operation and marketing strategies,

Located at Kormangala, heart of the Bengaluru, The company was founded by Mr. K. L. Kurva, professionally qualified, post-graduate in Industrial Engineering from U.K.  Currently, the second generation of successor Mr Mayoor Kurva.

The major takeaway of the training was organized effort, innovation and methodical production process.