Industrial Visit To Barclays
Noida International University have organized an Industry visit for their B.sc (CS) and BCA students at Barclays. Purpose of the visit is to provide the student, a detailed knowledge about the working of the company environment, and also shared the knowledge on CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activities that are conducted. Major purpose is to develop skill set of the entire student under Barclays Skill Development Program.
Industrial Visit to Anmol Industries Ltd.
Noida International University have organized an Industry visit for their M.Sc./B.Sc.- Microbiology & Management / M.Com students at ANMOL INDUSTRIES LTD, one of the top leading brands in FMCG Sector. Purpose of the visit is to provide the real insight of manufacturing procedure of the organization (Anmol Industries) so that students apart from theoretical knowledge must gain a practical experience on understanding the various functions & processes which Anmol Biscuit’s undergo before the final dispatch to the consumer. Industry Visit at Anmol Industries Limited is a great experience for our students.
Industrial Visit to Yakult Danone India Pvt Ltd.
Noida International University have organized an Industry visit for their M.Sc./B.Sc. Microbiology & Biotechnology/ B.tech Biotechnology students at YAKULT DANONE INDIA PVT LTD. Purpose of the visit is to provide the insight of manufacturing procedure of the organization (Yakult Industries) so that students apart from theoretical knowledge must gain a practical experience on understanding the various functions & processes which Yakult, a Probiotic drink (Company) undergo before the final dispatch to the consumer. Student got an opportunity to see the functioning and processing of the Yakult Plant, designed as per international standards. Students participated with great enthusiasm and zeal to make the visit interactive & gained maximum knowledge during the visit.
Industrial visit to Kiran Nadar Museum of Art
SFA visit to Kiran Nadar Museum of Art, Saket, New Delhi. 9th October 2018
Industrial Visit to Coca cola Happiness Factory
Noida International University have organized an Industry visit for their MBA/M.COM/BBA students at Coca cola Happiness Factory. Purpose of the visit is to provide the insight of manufacturing procedure of the organization (Coca Cola Happiness Factory) so that students. Apart from theoretical knowledge must gain a practical experience on understanding the various functions & processes which Coca Cola undergo before the final dispatch to the Consumer. At the visit, student were shared the knowledge on CSR activities followed by coca cola. Students were entertained by Quiz games, Digital Games and various other fun loving activities. Visit to Coca cola Plant was full of fun and joy and knowledge sharing for all the students.
Industrial visit to Shri Ram Sutar’s Studio,
SFA Industrial visit to Shri Ram Sutar’s Studio, Noida. 15th September 2017
Industrial visit to National Museum of Modern Art
The notion which experienced with the content of surprise and beyond the ability of pre-conceived notions gives the feeling of ‘awe’- awesome, later the consciousness derived the substance of that notion is the feeling of Sublime. The title of this write-up ‘Experienced sublime notion without re-cognition…’ is a little contrary as one first cognised by such notions (subjective/objective and sensory/emotive) and then the repetitive process of cognition coverts into recognition. The Students have seen many visuals on the projector of the concerned artists’ art works as per the demand of the subject they study at SFA, Noida International University. For the first time, each of them has encountered the ORIGINAL WORK OF ART created by master visual Artists from 1857-2016 preserved in the museum during our visit to NGMA, Delhi.
The idea of a national art gallery to germinate and bear fruit was first mooted in 1949. It was nurtured carefully by Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru and Maulana Azad, sensitive bureaucrats like Humayun Kabir and an active art community. Vice-president Dr S Radhakrishanan formally inaugurated the NGMA in the presence of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and artists and art lovers of the city on March 29, 1954. The gallery is a repository of the cultural ethos of the country and showcases the changing art forms through the passage of the last hundred and fifty years starting from about 1857 in the field of Visual and Plastic arts. Notwithstanding some gaps and some trivia, the NGMA collection today is undeniably the most significant collection of modern and contemporary art in the country today.
Note: Photography is strictly prohibited inside the museum and around the campus of NGMA.
Industrial Visit to India Art Fair
The India Art Fair is an annual Indian modern and contemporary art fair held in New Delhi, India. It is South Asia’s leading platform for modern and contemporary art and portal to the region’s cultural landscape. Founded in 2008, India Art Fair has become the bedrock of a now booming cultural community with connections to every level of the market. Building on these foundations, India Art Fair is expanding its programming to reflect South Asia’s immense diversity in the visual arts and to provide a platform for innovation across disciplines and exchange, throughout the region and the world.
The fair includes paintings, sculptures, photography, mixed media, prints, drawings and video art. The art fair includes several pavilions of exhibits by galleries and solo projects by several artists. It also has an art education series with guided walks conducted by curators and students of art history. Simultaneously, there is a speakers’ forum with panel of Indian and international experts from the art domain to discuss issues pertaining to the art in the region. It focuses on key issues related with the art production, art market and its reception in India.
This was the visit where SFA students for the first time experienced the Art Market where the national and international galleries show case the contemporary artists’ works as well as the collections of Master artists’. It is the most essential opportunity for any artist to become part of this event keeping signing contracts with galleries. This could be the starting point of the freshly graduate students to display their creations and mark their presence in the Art fertility. It’s not that easy to get through the chance as one’s art works requires the most crucial aspect of originality in her/his creation and to gain that aspect one has to work hard in the context of research and studio practice. SFA students met many renowned international Artists and Indian artist while visiting each gallery booth inside the Art Fair.