The Institute occupies about a hectare of land near the south-west corner of the DE Society campus. In addition, the IMDR staff quarters are located near the north-west corner of the campus.
A factory visit was organised visit for the students of Operations specialization to Oriental Rubber Ltd. at their 100%
Export Oriented Unit (EOU) located at Karandi village,44kms from Pune. The main objective
of the visit was to study the manufacturing processes and related operations incurred in
making conveyer belts at Oriental Rubbers India Pvt. Ltd. Keeping in mind the need of those
students who had not seen an industry’s functioning before, the visit indeed threw light on
details of functioning of the rubber industry.
Ganpati Bappa Morya!!
The Ganpati Festival was held at IMDR with enthusiasm and solemnity. The cultural team at IMDR along with Prof. Vipra Tiwari coordinated the entire event. The common room was decorated with colourful backdrops, festoons and lights, which enlivened the campus. The Daily morning aarti was held at 11.10am and the evening aarti at 4.10pm followed by prasaad. After the five day celebrations the emersion procession was carried out on campus to end the event successfully continuing the traditions at IMDR. The young boys were invited from a Dhol- Taasha Pathak and the students danced to the beats of the traditional Maharashtrian music. Congratulations to the cultural team!
Ganpati Bappa Morya!!
Pune is blessed with many spots of natural beauty and trekking destinations around. As a part of outdoor activities a one day trek to Lohagad had organized by the second year students of IMDR under the guidance of faculty. Around thirty enthusiastic students from IMDR along with the college staff started their journey from Shivaji Nagar station to reach the village station Malavali. The next three hours of hiking gave them an excellent opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty around and to interact with each other.
As it is said, “the best view comes after the hardest climb”, the mesmerizing view from the top and the weather of Lohagad, left all students overjoyed and stunned. The floating cloud, sprinkling rain, lush green grass and the dazzling wind at the Lohagad had printed a lifetime memory on everyone’s mind.
After exploring the fort, all started descending and reached to the base village again. The hungry trekkers then relished the local dishes of the village Dhaba and had lunch together. By evening, the team comfortably reached Malavali station to travel back to Pune. The trek was well organized and managed by the students and all the safety aspects were taken off. For many, this was the first trek of their life. Many were meeting each other for the first time.
But by the end of the day, everyone mixed and gelled up with each other so well that no one even felt like they all met hardly few hours before. On a positive note, the memories of this trek will be cherished for a long time.
IMDR had organized a symposium on supply chain management on 28 th Jan 2017. The symposium was inaugurated by Dr Deepak Roy, Director, IMDR Pune. He shared his personal experiences about the use of supply chain management.
The introductory speech was delivered by Dr. Abhijeet Shivane, Faculty (Operations). He explained the objectives of organizing the symposium.
Three eminent speakers were invited for the seminar.
Prof. S.K.Murthy delivered the first speech. He explained the basic concepts in supply chain management in a very enthusiastic manner and involved all the students in the discussion.
Mr. Manish Deoghare discussed about the future of supply chain management and the opportunities for the young management graduates. It was a very informative session. Mr. Arindam Ghorai spoke about ‘Purchasing and Supply Chain Management’. He explained his way of handling suppliers. He can speak in 9 different languages. He gave various practical examples to explain role of Purchasing in an organization. At the end Dr. Abhijeet Shivane delivered the vote of thanks.
The programme was successfully organized by students committee. The names of the students who worked as organizing committee members are as follows – Udit Gupta, Ravi Sharma, Harshal Gawali, Ankit Diwedi, Neel Kulkarni, Harpreet Kaur, Amit Bhagwat, Neeraj kulkarni, Aniket Powar, and supported by Bhumit Parmar, Arunima
Following students from our Institute have been shortlisted & cleared the first round of ‘The Economic Times Young Leaders’ Competition.
Novizio is an intra-college business quiz event, held every semester exclusively for students of IMDR. This initiative was formed with an aim to reinforce the knowledge of the young IMDRites, enabling them to keep pace with the current business affairs.
“Armaan”, a social initiative pioneered by the students encourages all for a contribution towards society. Armaan functions with visits to social organizations or NGOs in the suburbs of Pune. The visits enable the students to spend time with the inhabitants of the organizations and also contribute supplies to those organizations.
The high competitive spirit and determination of the students have led them to excel in inter-collegiate events. Management Games, Sports, Quizzes the students have bagged prizes and returned.
The highlight of cultural activities is to emphasize and integrate the cultural diversity that exists within campus. A break from the hectic curriculum, these activities provide space for the students to bond, team up and exhibit creative programs. ‘Kshitij’ is IMDR’s most anticipated intra-college cultural competition. It was held in February this year The event contained a plethora of cultural, sports and other activities.