Experience Redefined for the Batch of 2014-16 at SIBM Bengaluru

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Published : Saturday, 19 July, 2014 10:53 AM
 
 
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru (SIBM-B) welcomed the MBA batch of 2014-16 with an induction programme that redefined their lives, and set the pace for the next two years. 
 
Out Bound Learning (OBL) is an enriching experience intended to give students a taste of the corporate world through various activities that demand teamwork and management skills. The incoming batch of SIBM Bengaluru had the first-hand opportunity to experience this programme in a beautiful lyceum called The Pegasus Institute. The Institute is in the out skirts of Bengaluru. 
 
 
Through various activities like “Acid Spill in the Paint Factory” and “The Brick Module”, they were taught how different departments of an organization should work together to achieve the organization’s goals rather than their personal goals. More activities that mimicked corporate-life situations enriched them with lessons and virtues that would last a lifetime but more importantly, help them two years down the line as they will enter the corporate world. There was a perfect blend of fun and learning through various management skills like time management, teamwork, delegation of responsibility and authority, division of work and unity of command and direction.
 
Another aspect worth mentioning is the food. They served food made from fresh produce grown in their own farms at Pegasus. Adding to the scrumptious dinner buffets around campfires, provisions to have enjoyment were also arranged by the institute which were made use of exhaustively. The batch which set out for the journey to Pegasus dreading it, didn’t want to return at the end of two days.
 
 
SasthaPrashanth,of the junior batch said, “The journey to our OBL programme started off making us feel strange about the concept. But by the end of the programme, we only had one thing to say - It was the best thing that happened to us.”
 
Premna Suzanne Jacob, another first year student said, “The programme was an eye-opener and the perfect way to break the ice. I would love to go back there and experience everything again any day!”
 
Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Bengaluru (SIBM-B) welcomed the MBA batch of 2014-16 with an induction programme that redefined their lives, and set the pace for the next two years. 
 
Out Bound Learning (OBL) is an enriching experience intended to give students a taste of the corporate world through various activities that demand teamwork and management skills. The incoming batch of SIBM Bengaluru had the first-hand opportunity to experience this programme in a beautiful lyceum called The Pegasus Institute. The Institute is in the out skirts of Bengaluru. 
 
Through various activities like “Acid Spill in the Paint Factory” and “The Brick Module”, they were taught how different departments of an organization should work together to achieve the organization’s goals rather than their personal goals. More avctivities that mimicked corporate-life situations enriched them with lessons and virtues that would last a lifetime but more importantly, help them two years down the line as they will enter the corporate world. There was a perfect blend of fun and learning through various management skills like time management, teamwork, delegation of responsibility and authority, division of work and unity of command and direction.
 
Another aspect worth mentioning is the food. They served food made from fresh produce grown in their own farms at Pegasus. Adding to the scrumptious dinner buffets around campfires, provisions to have enjoyment were also arranged by the institute which were made use of exhaustively. The batch which set out for the journey to Pegasus dreading it, didn’t want to return at the end of two days.
 
SasthaPrashanth,of the junior batch said, “The journey to our OBL programme started off making us feel strange about the concept. But by the end of the programme, we only had one thing to say - It was the best thing that happened to us.”
 
Premna Suzanne Jacob, another first year student said, “The programme was an eye-opener and the perfect way to break the ice. I would love to go back there and experience everything again any day!”
 
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