Seminar on Innovative Shipping Practices towards International business Opportunities

Title of the Session: Seminar on Innovative Shipping Practices towards International business Opportunities
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) ZEAL, Department Association – BBA
Date : 01.07.2022 (Wednesday) Time: 09.30 am to 12.30 pm
Mode of the Session : Offline Venue: Room No. 115
Theme (If Applicable) : Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Captain Gabriel Poobalaroyan Designation: Master Mariner, Senior Faculty
Organisation: R L Institute of Nautical Sciences, Madurai
Objectives of the activity: 

v To create passion among the students about International Business Opportunities  through innovative shipping practices

v To understand the innovative methods of shipping practices that enhances chartering, Exporting, Licensing, Franchising etc

Key Highlights:

The expert speaker elaborated the following major points to the participants

v He explained the basic nature of the ships and the cargo handling in the port and also the basic understanding of international business practices like Exporting, Chartering, Cargo handling etc.

v He shared his experience and the ways of sustaining the international business opportunities.

v Many students enquired about the life style and the way how ships and crew members are managed. The participants also asked the role of insurance management in shipping

Outcome of the activity:

v The participants were able to understand the basic innovative practices in Chartering, Cargo Handling, and Insurance Management.

v The participants had the basic understanding of various types of Cargo Ships and the loading methods creating the International Business Opportunities

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 89

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 17

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

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: Principle and Practices of Banking: Business ethics
Theme (If Applicable)     : Principle and Practices of Banking “Business Ethics”
Expert / Speaker Details :
Name: Ms. S. Lakshmipriya 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  Ms. S. Lakshmipriya from Ist year B.com (B&I) handled the topic “Business Ethics” to the peers.

v  She 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

Session on Out of the Box thinking for Problem Solving

Title of the Session: Session on Out of the Box thinking for Problem Solving
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) SLCS Institution Innovation Council
Date : 28.06.2022 (Tuesday) Time: 02.00 p.m. to 03.00 p.m.
Mode of the Session : Online (Youtube) Venue: Staff Cabin
Theme (If Applicable) : Innovation
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Prof. V. Kamakoti Designation: Director
Organisation: Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
Objectives of the activity: 

v  To identify the problem and address it with systematic and Innovative solution

v  To understand the connectivity between the solution and problem which is inevitable

v  To enhance thinking skill and to find out the methods and ways for establishing entrepreneurship by applying innovative solution

Key Highlights:

The expert speaker briefly explained the following major points to the participants

v  He suggested cultivating a different way of thinking for obtaining the solution for a problem.

v  He explained the 4 levels of the course (free) for “Out of the Box Thinking for problem solving”

v  He gave live examples of Apple – Knife – Stone Theory and suggested to sharpen the brain for innovative thinking.

v  He quoted a couplet from “Thirukkural” and explained the importance of numbers and alphabets in problem solving method. He gave other examples of “Pallaankuzhi” game for mathematics to demonstrate another way of thinking. He also gave various illustrations for thinking differently for problem solving in Mathematics.

v He insisted on Education based on stories and examples like “Patti and Pongal”

Outcome of the activity:

v  The participants were able to understand the basic concept of innovation for problem.

v  They were able to understand how the innovative thinking helps to solve the problem and also to enhance entrepreneurship in business world.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 9

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 23

Workshop on “Innovation skills for Taste of International Cuisine”

Title of the Session: Workshop on “Innovation skills for Taste of International Cuisine”
Organizer : Marine Catering and Hotel Management  
Date : 25.6.2022 Time:10.00 A.M TO 4.00 PM
Mode of the Session : Physical Venue: Seminar Hall
Theme(If Applicable) : Innovation
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr. M. PONNILANGO Designation: Director (Technical)
Organisation: Jenneys Academy of Hotel Management,  Trichy
Objective(s) of the activity: 

1.   Expose students to a variety of international cuisines

2.   Familiarize students with the culture and commodities used by different nationalities

3.   Create opportunities for students to be innovative in the implementation of international dining experiences

4.   Enable students to finish and critically assess products taking into account, design, color,  flavor and portion control

5.   Familiarize students with up-to-date food legislation affecting production and storage of products

 

Key Highlights:

Participants were made aware of certain topics by expert. The food and culture of people in different countries differ from one another, and each one has its own distinctiveness. International cuisine is incredibly vibrant and diversified. The expert discussed the most recent kitchen trends, employee grooming expectations, and customer feedback on the dishes. Additionally, he touched upon how formal instruction in a foreign cuisine can occasionally make a huge difference in a chef’s career. Since restaurants are business, they must continue to be profitable in order to remain open. Customers are constantly looking for new experiences to try. They wouldn’t want to eat the same few things each time they visit a restaurant, even if they loved it. International Cuisine provides comprehensive coverage of cuisines found throughout the world not only through recipes and techniques, but also through coverage of the history, culture, geography, religion, and locally grown ingredients that influence these various cuisines. Mr. M. PONNILANGO demonstrated this with a motivated group of second semester students. The students really enjoyed the learning experience.

 

Outcome(s) of the activity:

Students were able:

1.      To give demonstration on  international and regional foods through the production of various cuisines

2.      To apply  and assess – menu construction, colors balance, texture, flavors, and presentation of international cuisines

3.      To deliver the skills required to produce international menus.

4.       To compare dishes of different countries to explore new varieties..

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: 36

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 7

SLCS Samaaj Seva – Extension Activity on “Awareness Programme on Insurance and Government Schemes”

Title of the session: SLCS Samaaj Seva – Extension Activity on “Awareness Programme on Insurance and Government Schemes”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) B.Com ( Banking and Insurance)
Date                           :  24.06.2022 Time    :     1 hr (10.30 am to 11.30am)
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue  :     Valayankulam Village
Theme                       :  Awareness Programme on Insurance and Government Schemes
Objective(s) of the activity:

v  To create awareness about the cattle and vehicle insurance to the village people.

v  To insist on taking insurance for cattle and also for vehicle insurance.

v  To provide knowledge on insurance related Government schemes to the village people.

Key Highlights:

v  The students of the 1st and 2nd B.Com (Banking and Insurance) prepared a mime show programme on the theme “Insurance and Government Scheme”.

v  They performed the mine show at Valayankulam village, nearby our college.

v  Through mine show the students explained the benefits of Cattle, vehicle insurance and Government schemes.

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v  The beneficiaries had awareness on cattle, vehicle insurance and Government schemes.

v  The village people in and around Valayankulam village appreciated the students’ mime show and their concern to take cattle and vehicle insurance.

v  People asked doubts related to cattle and vehicle insurance and Government schemes. Our students clarified their doubts.

v  Students got awareness on the problems.

v  And also they got a comprehensive knowledge, skill and attitude to work in rural area.

Participants Details:

v  Total No. of students participated:  8

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

Administrative Training for Non Teaching Staff Members on “Office Management”

Title of the Session: Administrative Training for Non Teaching Staff Members on “Office Management”
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) Department of BBA
Date : 24.06.2022 Time: 02.30 pm. To 03.30 pm.
Mode of the Session :  Offline Venue: Seminar Hall, SLCS
Theme : Administrative Training
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: —  Mr. B. Vairamuthu Designation: —  Assistant Professor
Organisation: —  Department of BBA – Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science
Objective of the activity:

v To enhance the importance of Office Management through simple innovative management techniques.

 

Key Highlights:

The speaker discussed and presented the following topics of Office Management

v The importance of office management

v Roles and responsibilities

v Qualities to become a leader

v Innovation through Planning, Organizing, Directing and Controlling

Outcome(s) of the activity:

v The non teaching members of our institution were benefited by this programme and they assured to implement the strategies in their job.

Participants Details:

v Total No. of Non-Teaching staff participated: 7

Registration Process of NAD-Digilocker and Creation of Academic Bank of Credits Number

Title of the Session: Registration Process of NAD-Digilocker and Creation of Academic Bank of Credits Number
Organizer (Department / Club / Cell/ Committee / Association) National Academic Depository (NAD)Cell
Date : 21.6.2022  To  22.6.2022 Time:9.00 A.M to 4.20 P.M
Mode of the Session : Physical Venue: Networking Lab
Theme(If Applicable) :
Expert / Speaker Details:
Name: Mr. N.Ramesh Designation: NAD-Coordinator
Organisation: Subbalakshmi Lakshmipathy College of Science
Objective(s) of the activity: 

1.     To be aware of NAD Digilocker facilities offered by Ministry of Education, Government of India.

  1. To know the importance of the documents kept in a Digital format in NAD Digilocker.
  2. The students can show the certificates in a digital format to produce it as a proof if required by any agency

4.     Documents  to assess the from their NAD account anytime and anywhere via Digilocker

5.      To create  awareness  among  the students community,  the students can download the  academic bank of credits number  from the NAD DigiLocker portal/website

6.     To  promote student-centric education and  focus on learner-friendly teaching approaches though ABC

7.     To learn the best courses of their interest, though ABC

Key Highlights:

Mr. N. Ramesh, the coordinator of the NAD-Cell, guided the students on how to sign up for a NAD Digilocker account using their Aadhar number. He then explained the importance of Academic Bank of Credits and the ABC card application process. ABC comprises the data on the credits that the individual student has accrued throughout the course of the study. By using of the ABC, the students will be able to create an account and have a variety of alternatives for enrolling and exiting the colleges or universities.  This program created awareness of NAD Digilocker and ABC account to the student’s community. Around 300 students from various departments took part in the programme and , created  their NAD Diglocker accounts and ABC numbers

 

Outcome(s) of the activity:

1.      The students understood that NAD DigiLocker   provides ‘Digital Empowerment’ of the citizens

2.      The students learnt that, according to NEP2020, they have freedom in choosing their courses and academics.

3.       They students can exchange the credits earned so far to receive either a certificate or a diploma, if they are eligible.

4.      They can retain the credits and rejoin in the same institution or in any other institute in future and continue their education.

 

Participants Details:

v Total No. of students participated: Around 300 students

v Total No. of staff (Teaching / Non-Teaching) participated: 11 staff

8th INTERNATIONAL DAY OF YOGA

The Department of Physical Education and Yoga Club jointly organized the 8th International Day of Yoga on 21-06-2022 (Tuesday). The event was started with prayer song followed by welcome address delivered by Ms. K.D. Hindu Sankari of I B.Com ACCA.  Dr. R. Sujatha, Principal, delivered the Presidential address and encouraged students to participate in physical activities. Dr. K. Archunan, Vice Principal, delivered the Felicitation Address, and directed students to follow hygienic healthy style. Dr. S. Priya, Dean-Academics, in her special address motivated the students. The chief guest of the event was Mr. N.V.Ramalingam, Founder, Sivanandha Yogalayam, Kariapatti; Virudhunagar explained the origin of yoga. He also nurtured the students by explaining the eight limbs of yoga. The guest also elaborated the health benefits of practicing yoga followed by yoga demonstration session.    There was a meditation session which helped the students to improve their concentration. This helped the students to maintain peace and harmony. Students clarified their doubts related to various yogasanas for each organ and its special health benefits. Certificates were distributed to the participants. Totally 125 (120 students and 05 faculty members) participants were benefitted by this event. Ms. J. Ashvika, I B.Com., ACCA, proposed vote of thanks. The entire programme was coordinated by Mr.D.Pandiarajan, Director of Physical Education.

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

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