Opportunities for Students & Faculties – Early Stage Entrepreneurs

Title of the Session: Opportunities for Students & Faculties – Early Stage Entrepreneurs
Organizer (Department) B.Com B&I
Date                          : 08.07.2022 Time   :  03.00pm
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue :  Annexure Building – Room No -112
Theme(If Applicable) : Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name :

1)  Ms. V.V Vinothini

2)  Ms. M Sarmila

3)  Ms. T. K Kiruthika Lakshmi

Designation:

I B.Com B&I (Proprietor – Vino Bakes)

I B.Com B&I

I B.Com B&I

Organization: Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science
Objective(s) of the activity: 

ü  To develop their skills as an entrepreneur, innovators, and leaders.

ü  To create essential awareness amongst the students on “Entrepreneurship as a career option”.

ü  To explore entrepreneurship as a potential career.

ü  To improve their knowledge base about entrepreneurship trends and opportunities.

ü  The IIC aims to create an entrepreneurial ecosystem in the campus.

Key Highlights:

ü  Ms. V.V Vinothini, I B.Com (Banking and Insurance), Proprietor of Vino Bakes presented her own experience in the setup of her new business to the students of I B.Com (B&I).

ü  Ms. M Sarmila, I B.Com (Banking and Insurance), delivered a presentation on “Entrepreneur (Triple E’s)” to I B.Com (Banking and Insurance) students, in an efficient manner.

ü  Ms. T K Kiruthika Lakshmi, I B.Com (Banking and Insurance), delivered a presentation on “Entrepreneur (Business Risk)” to the student of I B.Com (Banking and Insurance) in an efficient manner.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

At the end of the program,

ü  Students expressed interest and intention to explore entrepreneurship as a career.

ü  Direct interaction between students promoted active learning.

ü  The program enhanced the confidence of the students to become an entrepreneur.

ü  Students asked for clarification regarding – the business startups and management of the business, the speaker clarified their doubts.

Participants Details:

Total No. of students participated: 66

Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 4

Peer Teaching

Title of the session   : Peer Teaching
Department              : B.Com( Banking and Insurance)
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue : 1st year B.Com (B&I) Classroom
Date                           : 01.07.2022 Theme: Financial Accounting: Royalty Accounts
Theme (If Applicable)      : Royalty Accounts
Expert / Speaker Details :
Name: Mr. J. Pandi Ajay Designation: Ist year B.Com (B&I)
Organisation: Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science
Objective(s) of the activity:

v  Peer teaching will enhance learning by enabling learners to take responsibility for reviewing, organizing, and consolidating existing knowledge and materials.

v  Peer learning will enable them to move away from dependence on teachers and gain more opportunities to enhance their learning

v  They have the chance to experience and learn that “teaching is the best teacher.”

Key Highlights:

v  The Department of Commerce B.Com (Banking and Insurance) organized a peer teaching session on 01.07.2022 in the 1st year B.Com (B&I) classroom as a tool of participative learning.

v  Mr. J. Pandi Ajay from Ist year B.Com (B&I) handled the topic “Royalty Accounts” to the peers.

v  He explained the topic in an efficient manner.

v  All the students observed their effective teaching attentively. The session was lively and interactive.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v  Direct interaction between students promoted active learning.

v  Peer teachers reinforced their learning by instructing others.

v  Students felt more comfortable when interacting with the peer.

v  Peers and students shared a similar discourse, allowing for greater understanding.

v  Peer teaching helped the students build confidence and communication abilities.

Participants Details:

v  Total No. of students participated: 78

v  Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 4

SLCS Samaaj Seva – “Extension Activity on Protecting Physical and Mental Health observing World Yoga Day”

Title of the Session: SLCS Samaaj Seva  – “Extension Activity on Protecting Physical and Mental Health observing World Yoga Day”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) ZEAL, Association of the Department of BBA
Date : 21.06.2022 Time: 11.30 pm. To 01.30 pm.
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue: Nedumadurai Village
Theme : World Yoga Day
Expert / Speaker Details: I BBA Students
Name: —  List Enclosed Designation: —  Students
Organisation: —  NA
Objective of the activity:

v To create awareness among the villagers about the maintenance of Physical and Mental Health by practising Yoga regularly.

v To observe World Yoga Day.

Key Highlights:

v The Students of I BBA prepared Posters on the theme “Tips for maintaining physical and mental health by practising yoga” and visited Nedumadurai Village which is nearby our College.

v The students explained the importance of our ancient practice “Yoga:” that leads to peaceful mind and healthy body.

v They also insisted the villagers to practise some simple  yogasanas and explained the benefits of yoga to them.

v The students were accompanied by Mr. B. Vairamuthu, Assistant Professor – Department of BBA

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v The villagers in Nedumadurai understood the importance of yoga to their life and promised to follow the methods.

v They also requested us to conduct  yoga training to them.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 28

v Total No. of Villagers participated: Around 72

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 1

Seminar on “Innovative Techniques based on object orientation in Real world scenario”

Title of the Session: Seminar  on “Innovative Techniques based on object orientation in Real world scenario”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Department of Computer Science(Security System Specialization)
Date : 20.06.2022 Time: 10.30 am to 04.00 pm
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue: Seminar Hall
Theme(If Applicable) : Critical Thinking
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr. N. Shaliya Designation: Founder and Managing Director
Organisation: Zerame Infotech,Coimbatore
Objective(s) of the activity: 

PO1: To realize the basics of object orientation mechanism.

PO2: To acquire the knowledge about the comparison of object orientation with procedure orientation

PO3: To obtain the importance of object orientation mechanism applied in real time applications such as RedBus, MakeMyTrip etc.

PO4: To gain more information about software companies which focuses on object orientation paradigm.

Key Highlights:

A few major points explained by the speaker to the participants:

1.      Reusability of object oriented mechanism

2.      Comparison of object orientation with procedure orientation

3.     Development of ERP softwares using object oriented concepts like inheritance, reusable of pre-defined code.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

At the end of the  session, the participants  were able to:

1.      Understand the basics of object orientation mechanismand know the employable opportunities in that domain.

2.      Get knowledge about the comparison of object orientation with procedure orientation.

3.      Obtain the importance of object orientation mechanism applied in real time applications such as RedBus, MakeMyTrip etc.

4.     Gain more information about software companies which focuses on object orientation paradigm.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 81

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 5

SLCS Samaaj Seva – “Extension Activity on Protecting Children observing World Day against Child Labour”

Title of the Session: SLCS Samaaj Seva  – “Extension Activity on “Protecting Children observing World Day against Child Labour”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) ZEAL Association – Department of BBA
Date : 13.06.2022 Time: 06.30 pm. To 07.30 pm.
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue: Solankuruni Village
Theme : World Day against Child Labour
Expert / Speaker Details: I BBA Students
Name: List attached Designation: Students
Organisation: —
Objective of the activity:

v To create awareness among the villagers about the ramification of Child  labour.

v To develop and improve children’s abilities by imparting the values of Education, Health and Nutrition.

Key Highlights:

v The Students of I BBA prepared Posters on the theme “Avoid Child Labour” and visited the Solankuruni Village which is nearby our College.

v The students explained the importance of childhood and insisted the villagers to encourage and nourish the children through Education, Health and Nutrition.

v They also explained how the child labours are affected mentally and physically in the society.

v The students were accompanied by Dr. B. Meenakshi Sundaram Assistant Professor and Mr. B. Vairamuthu, Assistant Professor – Department of BBA

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v The villagers in Solankuruni promised that they will not allow their children to become a labour in future. .

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 11

v Total No. of Villagers participated: 33

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 2

“Awareness on Intellectual Property Rights”

Title of the Session:   “Awareness on  Intellectual Property Rights”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) B.Com( Banking and Insurance)
Date : 09.06.2022 Time: 2.30 pm to 4.00 pm
Mode of the Session :  Online Venue:  Auditorium
Theme         Intellectual Property Rights
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr. A. Seetharaman Designation:  Examiner of Patents and Designs
Organisation: Patent Office , Chennai
Objective(s) of the activity: 

v To know about brief history of IPR, its types and Description

v To  know about  salient features of Intellectual Properties such as Patent Rights, Trademarks , Industrial Design, Geographical Indication, Copyrights etc.

v To know about the benefits of  Patent, copyright and trademark

v To know the method of applying IPR

 

Key Highlights:

v  The expert speaker gave a brief introduction on IPR and explained various related terms such as copyrights ,patents and trade mark etc.

v The expert speaker explained  in detail the benefits of the licensor and  licensee by IPR

v He also discussed about the types of Intellectual Properties and Description.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v Learn and understand the nature of IPR

v Obtain awareness on various aspects of Intellectual Properties like What is a Patent, Patent Rights, Trademark, Industrial Design, Geographical Location

v Understand the method of applying Patent, Copyrights, Trademark and Industrial Design

v Student learned  about the benefits of registering for IPR

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated:  262

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated:  16

SLCS Samaaj Seva – Extension Activity on “Avoid Smoking”

Title of the Session: SLCS Samaaj Seva  – Extension Activity on “Avoid Smoking”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) ZEAL Association – BBA
Date : 31.05.2022 Time: 11.30 a,m. to 01.30 p.m.
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue: Eliyarpathi Village
Theme (If Applicable) : World Anti Tobacco Day
Expert / Speaker Details: —
Name: — Designation: —
Organisation: —
Objective of the activity:

v To create awareness about the evil effects of Smoking

v To insist on avoidance of Tobacco usage.

Key Highlights:

v The Students of I BBA prepared Posters on the theme “Avoid Smoking” and visited the Eliyarpathi Village, nearby our College.

v They explained the evil effects of smoking and advised to stop smoking by creating the awareness among the general public.

v The students were accompanied by Dr, Chandran, AP – Department of Tamil

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v The villagers and the businessmen in and around Eliyarpathi village appreciated the students and their concern in establishing the health among the villagers.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 8

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 1

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Webinar on “ Intellectual Property Rights”

Title of the Session:  Webinar on  “ Intellectual Property Rights”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) B.Com( Banking and Insurance)
Date : 27.05.2022 Time: 1 hr (10.30 am to 11.30am)
Mode of the Session :  online Venue:  Room No : 112
Theme         :      Intellectual Property Rights
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Dr. N. Asha Designation:  Assistant Professor
Organisation: Fatima College, Madurai
Objective(s) of the activity: 

v To create awareness  on IPR

v To  know about  copyright and Trademark

v To know about Indian patenting  procedures

v To know about  Industrial Design

 

Key Highlights:

v  The expert speaker gave a brief introduction on IPR and explained various related terms such as copyrights and patents etc.

v  The expert speaker explained in detail on  how  IPR provides total control over a new innovation and its development towards Start- ups and Entrepreneurship

v She also discussed  about  Industrial Designs, Copyright, Trademark, Indian Patenting Procedure with real world examples and gave a presentation on  the procedure to apply IPR .

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v The beneficiaries  had awareness  on various aspects of IPR

v The participants learned  about  the recent trends in  copyright and Trademark

v Students have understood about  Industrial  Design

v Students learned about  Indian Patenting Procedure

 

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated:  67

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated:  3

Business Model Canvas

Title of the Session: Business Model Canvas
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) ZEAL Association – BBA
Date : 26.05.2022 (Thursday) Time: 10.30 am.
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue: Room No. 114
Theme (If Applicable) : Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Rtn. R. Arumugam Designation: Director
Organisation: Nila Soap Factory, Nila Beauty Care, Nila Expots, Ramya Offset Printers, Sivakasi
Objectives of the activity: 

v To create awareness about the Business Model that leads to new ventures and startups in understanding the rationale of how an organization creates, delivers and nurtures value.

Key Highlights:

v The expert speaker explained the nine components of BMC such as customer segments, value propositions, channels, customer relationships, revenue streams, key resources, key activities, key partnerships, and cost structure.

v He discussed on the live and current instances from various industries that have achieved their peak through Business Model canvas.

v Many students were eager to join with the speaker in his part time business in developing a Business Model Canvas for his venture

Outcome of the activity:

v The participants understood the nine basic components of Business Model Canvas and realized the importance of Customer segmentation in targeting the right product lines

Participants Details:

v Total No. of Students Participated: 31

v Total No. of Staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) Participated: 10

 

 

Webinar on “Software Development Prototype”

Title of the Session: Webinar “Software Development Prototype”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Department of Computer Science
Date : 22.05.2022 Time: 10.30 am to 11.30 am
Mode of the Session : Online Venue: Webinar
Theme(If Applicable) : Design Thinking
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr. N. Shaliya Designation: Founder and Managing Director
Organisation: Zerame Infotech,Coimbatore
Objective(s) of the activity: 

PO1: To understand various prototype models used in software development field.

PO2: To get the knowledge about the Waterfall Model.

PO3: To acquire the insight on Agile Development Model.

PO4: To obtain more information about Scrum Model.

 

Key Highlights:

A few major points explained by the speaker to the participants:

1.     Concepts of Prototype Models

2.     Waterfall Model

3.     Agile Development Model

4.     Scrum Model

 

Outcome(s) of the activity:

At the end of the  session, the participants  were able to:

1.     Understand the concepts of Prototype Models in Software development field.

2.     Get knowledge about the Waterfall Model

3.     Acquire the knowledge on Agile Development Model

4.     Imbibe  more information about Scrum Model

 

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 62

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 5

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