Tuesday, 24 July 2018

department activites 2018-2019

The department has  conducted  a guest lecture on planing to nitiayog for degree and P.Gstudents  on 30th june 2018 by Mr C.Srinivasa rao from Government Degree College Pamarru


                                     

The Department has observed World Population Day on 11th July, 2018. On this occassion Elocution, Drawing and Painting, Quiz competitions were conducted for School and College Students to bring awareness among the students about the chronic problem of population explosion and measures to control growth rate of population.

Elocution competition for Degree Students on the topic  "Children by Choice, Not by Chance"



Students from various schools in and around Vijayawada participated in the program.


Drawing and painting competitions held to school students on the topic "Small Family - Happy Family"

Quiz competition on various population issues conducted for school students in the campus on 11.07.2018.



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Thursday, 12 April 2018

Activities of the department 2015-16

Activities of  Department of Economics  2015 – 2016
On July 6th 2015 we have arranged a Guest Lecture for B.A students of economics on “Globalisation  - Impact on Indian Economy”. The  resource person is Dr. S.Subbalakshmi ,Senior Faculty , Sri Medha Institutions.



On September   22nd 2015 we have arranged a Guest Lecture for  B.A students of economics on “MAKE IN INDIA”. The   resource person is Dr.D. Paparao garu .


 On 19th & 20th August 2015 , with a view to educate the students in various dimensions the department has organised a ‘Leadership Training Camp for college students in collaboration with M.R. Pai foundation , Mumbai







On 29th September 2015 Jointly with Forum Of Free Enterprise, Mumbai , the Department of Economics has conducted The 51st  A.D. Shroff Memorial Elocution Competition .
 

On 9th December 2016 students of IIIBA visited KCP Cement .Macerla and Nagarjuna sagar dam. which was financially supported by UGC.
INPUT OF THE TOUR
   Industry visits sensitize students to the practical challenges that organizations face in the business world. Industrial visits also give greater clarity about various management concepts for students as they can practically see how these concepts are put into action.
       Visits to manufacturing firms are useful for students. to understand the nuances and realities of the shopfloor, which in itself is a rare exposure. By visiting the shop floor they get to understand the risky conditions in which workers work, the people management challenges involved in managing workers  apart from getting hands-on technical knowledge.
Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum.
 Objectives of industrial visit
To provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies.
 Theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career.
With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides student a practical perspective on the world of work.
It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices.
 It gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at college.
 Industrial visits provide an excellent opportunity to interact with industries and know more about industrial environment.
 Industrial visits are arranged by colleges to students with an objective of providing students functional opportunity in different sector.
 Industrial visit helps to combine theoretical knowledge with industrial knowledge.
Industrial realities are opened to the students through industrial visits.
KCP  AT MACHERLA AND NAGARJUNA SAGAR DAM
                 KCP’s Cement Business is over 60+ years with manufacturing plants in Macherla & Mukthyala in the state Andhra Pradesh with captive supply of high grade limestone and producing a combined annual capacity of 2.2 million tons of the finest quality premium grade cement in India.\
  • Proven record for over 60+ years as one of the India’s oldest producer of High Grade Cement.
  • Various Landmarks project in India like Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, Sri Sailam Dam and Prakasam Barrage, Godavari Railroad Bridge in Andhra Pradesh.
  • Manufactured by ISO 9000 quality certified plants to National & International Quality standards
  • Primarily used in building foundations structures like Columns, Beams, Slab and other concrete structures and hence popularly called Concrete Cement.
              KCP Cement is sold in India in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Orissa. We also export cement to Sri Lanka, Bangladesh & Myanmar. 
             A Greenfield plant setup in 2011 is one of India’s most modern, highly automated, cost efficient and Eco Friendly plant with an annual capacity 1.86 m tons expandable to 3 m tons.
               The plant is also enhanced with Captive Power Generation of about 20 MW (Thermal & Solar).
Products:
             
                    Grade 53 Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) & Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC) Shreshtaa
   This plant   have been delivering high-quality cement to prestigious and large infrastructural projects including leading infrastructure developers, private companies and major cement manufacturers who source our products as they stands out in strength & efficiency.
LEARNING OUTCOMES
The visit generally consists of lectures about the industry, the site being visited and a
range of topics specific to learning outcomes.
1. Recognized the process units in cement industry

2. Identified input and output for the process.
3. Experienced the importance of working safety.
4. Understood the concept of cement usage, generation of electricity.
5. Understood how does the product of the power plant is interfaced to the world.
6. Various Landmarks project in India like Nagarjuna Sagar Dam, Sri Sailam Dam and Prakasam Barrage, Godavari Railroad Bridge in Andhra Pradesh are constructed by KCP.
7.National & International Quality standards maintained








          The Department of economics Organised  an Inter Collegiate Competitions    on     22  - 1 -2016 .
Conducted  ELOCUTION , ESSAY WRITING , QUIZ , POSTER MAKING AND PAPER PRESENTATIONS competitions to college students..


Monday, 2 April 2018

activities of the department 2016-17


Activities of  Department of Economics  2016 – 2017
·        On 15th September 2016 Jointly with Forum Of Free Enterprise, Mumbai , the
Department of Economics has conducted The 52nd  A.D. Shroff Memorial Elocution Competition .




·        On December 9th 2016 we have arranged a Guest Lecture for B.A students of economics on “Indian Economy – A Panoramic View”. The  resource person is Dr. P. Andrew,Retired Principal, A.C.College, Guntur.



·        The Department of Economics of Maris Stella College, organized a one day State Level Inter Collegiate Competitions “SAMPADA – 2K17” on January 25th 2017 .  The motive of this programme is to provide a platform to young students in the knowledge based society.  The academic arena is growing with more and more dynamism and intensified competition which demands cross functional competence.



The events of the competition are
1.       Elocutione          
Impact of Demonetisation on common man
2.     Essay Writing  
GST

3.     Unde Poster        
Poster making on Cash less society.

4.     KOVIZ 
Quiz in Economics

5.     Persona          Personality contest
·         On 2nd March, 2017 students of IIIBA visited Alankriti Lace Park situated in Narsapur, West Godavari District.


INPUT OF THE TOUR
   Industry visits sensitize students to the practical challenges that organizations face in the business world. Industrial visits also give greater clarity about various management concepts for students as they can practically see how these concepts are put into action.
       Visits to manufacturing firms are useful for students. to understand the nuances and realities of the shopfloor, which in itself is a rare exposure. By visiting the shop floor they get to understand the risky conditions in which workers work, the people management challenges involved in managing workers  a part from getting hands-on technical knowledge.
Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum.



 Objectives of industrial visit
To provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies.
 Theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career.
With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides student a practical perspective on the world of work.
It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices.
 It gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at college.
 Industrial visits provide an excellent opportunity to interact with industries and know more about industrial environment.
 Industrial visits are arranged by colleges to students with an objective of providing students functional opportunity in different sector.
 Industrial visit helps to combine theoretical knowledge with industrial knowledge.
Industrial realities are opened to the students through industrial visits.
Industrial visits bring awareness and importance of the skill development for empowerment.





LACE PARK, NARASAPUR, WEST GODAVARI DISTRICT:
When India is under the British Colonial Rule, the British selected this coastal belt for Trade and Commerce and they established this skill based lace industry for the empowerment of women.  Later it was transformed into one of the world’s famous lace park ‘ALANKRITI’ in the year 2000.  It is an Irish Art which is providing livelihood initiating from 20,000  to 2,00,000 women.  They  are also providing health insurance to the employees and their family members.  The world famous products from this lace industry are table mats, floor mats diwan sets, door curtains, tops, lace cardigans, lace short sleeve tops, lace long skirts, kurtas, shrugs, hand bags,  stoles and all varieties of kids wear which are being exported to Swedan and other foreign countries especially during summer. The raw material is supplied from Pali, Rajasthan.  Threads are available in Tanuku. It the best established Women’s Self Help Group providing empowerment and employability to rural women. 

LEARNING OUTCOMES
The visit generally consists of lectures about the industry given by Mr. Nagabhushanam Naidu, the Project Director, Handicrafts, Alankriti Lace Park, Narasapur.  The learning outcomes from his lecture, which our students observed in the industry are -



1. Recognized the process units in lace industry 
2. Identified input and output for the process.
3. Experienced the importance of working safety.
4. Understood the concept of lace preparation, generation of output.
5. Understood how does the product interfaced to the world through exports
6. It was extended to Krishna and East Godavari Districts also.
7. National & International Quality standards maintained












Friday, 16 March 2018

Department Activities of 2017-18


Activities of  Department of Economics  2017 – 2018

1.“WORLD POPULATION DAY” was observed on 11 th July 2017  by the department of Economics. On this day students presented ppt’s, elocution & drawing  and painting competitions conducted on Population explosion.



2.The  department has arranged a guest lecture on 25th july 2017 for BA students.
Topic: GST-impact on Indian economy.
Resource person: Prof. C.S.N Raju, Retired head, department of Economics, ANU.


3.     A  Two day leadership training camp for students was organized by  department  jointly with M.R Pai foundation Mumbai.

The topics are Communication skills, Self esteem, Goal setting, Time management and Team work.







Resource persons are Mr.Sachin Kamat and Mrs.Clarissa Jathana.
Chief guest for this program is Dr.Illa Ravi,AGO, CCEGovt. Of Andhra Pradesh.
 
 
4.The department has arranged an awareness camp on literacy by celebrating world literacy day on 8th September 2017.

Chief guest for the programme is Smt. Nannapaneni Rajakumari, Chairperson, Mahila Human Rights Commission ,AP.
BA students portrayed a skit on the importance of literate family.  

5.The department has arranged a workshop for final year students on    Resume preparation ,Group discussion and communication skills. The resource person is Mr.Kiran Kuruwade, FORBES, Mumbai.

 6.On 23rd September 2017 jointly with forum of free enterprise Mumbai, The department has conducted 53rd A.D Shorff memorial Elocution competition for BA students.
Topics: Digitization, Role of infrastructure for economic development, Ethics in Business and Industry and Role of youth in new nation building.




        

7. All the final year students taken to industrial tour on 10 january 2018to coca-cola company Atmakur, Guntur Dt.

     

INPUT OF THE TOUR
   Industry visits sensitize students to the practical challenges that organizations face in the business world. Industrial visits also give greater clarity about various management concepts for students as they can practically see how these concepts are put into action.
       Visits to manufacturing firms are useful for students. to understand the nuances and realities of the shopfloor, which in itself is a rare exposure. By visiting the shop floor they get to understand the risky conditions in which workers work, the people management challenges involved in managing workers  a part from getting hands-on technical knowledge.
Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum.


 Objectives of industrial visit
To provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies.
 Theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career.
With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides student a practical perspective on the world of work.
It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices.
 It gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at college.
 Industrial visits provide an excellent opportunity to interact with industries and know more about industrial environment.
 Industrial visits are arranged by colleges to students with an objective of providing students functional opportunity in different sector.
 Industrial visit helps to combine theoretical knowledge with industrial knowledge.
Industrial realities are opened to the students through industrial visits.
Industrial visits bring awareness and importance of the skill development for empowerment.

8.The Department of Economics of Maris Stella College, organized a one day State Level Inter Collegiate Competitions “SAMPADA – 2K18” on January 27th 2018 .  The motive of this programme is to provide a platform to young students in the knowledge based society.  The academic arena is growing with more and more dynamism and intensified competition which demands cross functional competence.
The events of the competition are
1.       Elocutione          
GST:pros&cons
2.     Essay Writing  
Demonitization:your perspective

3.     Unde Poster        
Swachh Bharat:Ek kadam swachhata ki ore

4.     KOVIZ 
Quiz in Economics

5.     Persona          Personality contest