Outbound Training Program for MBA I Year Students
Event Date – 07th December 2022
As part of the induction ceremony for MBA I Year students at Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management and Entrepreneur Development (DYPIMED), Varale, Talegaon, Pune, an outbound training program was organized on December 7th, 2022. The program focused on management strategy building, team building, and physical endurance.
The program was conducted at an outdoor location to provide students with an opportunity to learn in a natural and unfamiliar setting. The training was conducted by an experienced trainer Mr. Ramani Venkat who had expertise in conducting such programs.
The program was designed to challenge students physically and mentally and to help them develop essential skills like problem-solving, decision-making, and communication.
Key objectives of the activity were:
# To develop analytical and strategic thinking skills among the students, which are essential for successful management.
# To improve the teamwork and collaboration skills of the students and provide them with an opportunity to work together effectively towards a common goal.
# To improve the physical endurance of the students and help them understand the importance of physical fitness and its contribution to overall well-being.
# To provide students with an opportunity to develop problem-solving and decision-making skills that are required for a successful career in management.
# To encourage students to take on leadership roles, communicate effectively, and work collaboratively with their team members.
# To provide an opportunity for the students to build strong bonds with their classmates and create a sense of camaraderie and belonging.
The event saw the participation of more than 80 students from the MBA I Year course at Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Management and Entrepreneur Development.
The program was divided into three parts, each focusing on a different aspect of the training.
1) Management Strategy Building: The first part of the training focused on management strategy building. The students were divided into teams and given a set of tasks that required them to use their analytical and strategic thinking skills to solve them. The tasks were designed to simulate real-life management scenarios and required the students to work collaboratively as a team to find solutions.
2) Team Building: The second part of the training focused on team building. The students were given tasks that required them to work as a team and communicate effectively with each other. The tasks were designed to improve their problem-solving skills, decision-making skills, and teamwork. The students were encouraged to take up leadership roles and work collaboratively to complete the tasks.
3) Physical Endurance: The third part of the training focused on physical endurance. The students were given physical tasks that required them to work as a team to complete them. The tasks were designed to test their physical endurance and also their ability to work under pressure and manage stress.
The program was a great success, and the students thoroughly enjoyed the training. They were able to develop important skills like problem-solving, decision-making, and communication, which are essential for a successful career in management. The program also helped students to build strong bonds with their classmates and improve their team-working skills.
The outbound training program was an excellent way to kickstart the MBA I Year program at DYPIMED. It provided students with an opportunity to learn in a natural and unfamiliar setting and helped them develop important skills required for a successful career in management. We would like to express our gratitude to the trainer Mr. Ramani Venkat who conducted the program and helped make it a great success.