Academic Year 2019-20

An Industrial Visit to Silvassa was organized by Tolani College of commerce on 18th February 2020. The visit covered two industries Viz. – Alok Industry and Nipra Packaging industry.

There were a total of 73 students from the S.Y and T.Y classes from the BMS, BAF,BMS, BFM and B.Sc.I.T departments. The college reporting time was 6:30 am and the expedition commenced at 7:10 am.

The First visit was to Alok industry a garment and home furnishing products industry wherein the students learnt how various processes are carried out through various intricate machines. Under this industry, garments 7 home furnishing products were produced. The students properly received instruction about the methods/techniques for production of garments. The students studied about the testing techniques, a blanket made on the basis of research, the embroidery work done by the scanner & machines, Manual Method, etc.

The Second visit was to Nipra Packaging industry that makes tins to store oil and paint in bulk. The company introduced the pre-printed ready to fabricate sheets which has now become its core strength. It manufactures of the Plastic Oil Drum 10Litres, Plastic Oil Drum 20 Litres & Plastic Oil drum 200 Litres, Manufactures Barrels, Mild Steel barrels, Plastic Drums, etc. Recycled plastics are also used by this company. The raw materials like polythene are provided by Reliance.

The purpose of this visit was achieved successfully. The students were enthusiastic to grasp as much as knowledge as they could with the experts input at the industries were also equally happy to share their knowledge. This resulted in a very fun and educational industrial visit for all the students.

Academic Year 2018-19

An Industrial Visit to Silvassa was organized by Tolani College of commerce on 24th January 2019. The visit covered two industries Viz. – Sudhir Gensets Limited and Bombay Rayons Fashion Limited.

There were a total of 43 students from the S.Y and T.Y classes from the BMS, BAF and BFM departments. The college reporting time was 6:30 am and the expedition commenced at 7:10 am.

Upon reaching Sudhir Gensets limited, the students were divided into two groups with a teacher accompanying each group. Each group was headed by one industry personnel to give insights about the functioning of the machinery in the industry. The industry personnel explained how each and every process is undertaken for producing a generator.

He also stated how Sudhir Gensets outsources some of the machinery parts of the generator from Cummins India, and Sudhir Gensets only assembles the parts and sells it under its name –  Sudhir. It specializes in Diesel Generators and can produce upto 50 generators in a day.

The visit at Bombay Rayons began at around 4:00 pm. Bombay Rayons is a textile company, the visit was about acquainting how the fabric is manufactured out of thread and how different machinery works together to weave  batches of thread to make desired quality and style of fabric.

Bombay Rayons, specializes in linen material, pure cotton and polyester. The students were given an insight on the wrapping concept which is basically how the thread is wrapped in bunches of 100 meter.

The second stage was how a single thread is manually put in to healed frames and healed wires. Students were shown 15 to 20 looms in which fabrics were manufactured.