Class 11 summer internship at an FMCG factory

Posted by on May 31, 2018 in School News | Comments Off

“Great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people. “

Our School continuously endeavours to make students academic achievers. Simultaneously  personal growth and development are given equal importance with a platter of exciting opportunities. One such opportunity for the latter is summer internship programmes for class 11 students.

Each year, students of class 11 receive a hands’- on experience in fields of work linked to areas of their interest.

This year, three us, students of class XI-C  Commerce section- Vanshita Sethi, Aman Chattlani and Anish Agarwal- spent time at the Catch Group of factories on 21 and 22 May 2018, as part of our skill development programme. We were accompanied by our class teacher, Ms.Pooja Mehndiratta.

We spent approximately 3 hours each day interacting and working with the staff of the Catch masala factory, cloth factory, ayurvedic medicines’ factory. On our visit to these fascinating plants, we experienced for ourselves the series of tasks being performed in magical momentum to make the targets.

We wore masks and covered our heads with caps throughout our interaction, since, hygiene was first and foremost for all these processes.

We were guided and shown around by one of the head staff members, who explained the entire manufacturing, processing, finishing, storing and packaging procedures. The heads of the different sections of the plants that we visited were extremely helpful and spontaneous.

We also got a view of new technologies adopted by these factories- to manage the speeds of production, manpower productivity etc.

It was indeed a great learning experience getting first-hand information on each and every process involved in the business. This visit helped transform the vacuous words in our textbooks into an exciting and enterprising world of commerce!

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