The Oxford College of Engineering
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Post Graduate Programs - MBA Degree Program  

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Industry Visits
Industrial visit to company: TITAN Industries Pvt Ltd, Date: 22/8/15
MBA students had a privilege in visiting Titan Industries Pvt. Ltd located in Hosur. The scheduled date and time was on 22/08/2015 at 10:00AM. The entire visit was informative and worthy. It was a great experience learning about the manufacturing process involved in making watches.

Pre- Placement Training for MBA, Batch 2015 –17 by  Seventh Sense
Pre-placement training for III sem MBA Students was held by Seventh Sense from  24thAugust 2016 to 29th August 2016. The training was conducted in a highly professional way and found beneficial for the students.  

YES+ Program: Five-day Workshop conducted by Dept of MBA in collaboration with Art of Living
Department of MBA in collaboration with the Art of Living organised 5 day workshop, a life skills education and a personal development program and a perfect complement to an academic education, YES+ program. .Yesplushelps students toward physical, emotional, socialand economic empowerment of the youth aged between 18-30 years. The outcome of the course include enhancement of following abilities/life skills in youth.

  • Stress Management
  • Enhancing Creativity and innovation
  • Improved Communication skills
  • Teamwork and improved interpersonal skills
  • Better time management
  • Improved analytical and problem solving skills
  • Enhanced leadership abilities

Oxford -Wikimedia Scholarships
The Oxford College of Engineering, Department of Management Studies in collaboration with Wikimedia planned to give scholarships of 71,000/- to the students. Wikimedia is a global movement whose mission is to bring free educational content to the world.Through various projects, chapters, and the support structure of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation, Wikimedia strives to bring about a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.

Details of Wikimedia Scholarships
Categories of Scholarships         

S.No Category First Prize Second Prize Third Prize
1 UG Rs. 10,000 Rs. 7,000 Rs. 5,000/-
2 PG – M.Tech Rs. 10,000 Rs. 7,000 Rs. 5,000/-
3 PG – MBA/MCA Rs. 10,000 Rs. 7,000 Rs. 5,000/-

Type of Competitions

S.No. Course Type of Competition
1 UG – BE/B.Arch Simulations
2 PG – M.Tech Research Paper Presentations/Case Study Presentations
3 PG – MBA/MCA Research Paper Presentations/Case Study Presentations

Evaluation Criteria

S.No. Course Type of Competition Evaluation Criteria
1 UG – BE/B.Arch. Simulations
  • Innovation
  • Concept
  • Vision
  • Social Relevance
2 PG – M.Tech/ MBA/MCA Research Paper Presentations/Case Study Presentations
  • Content
  • Review of Literature
  • Objectives and methodology
  • Technique and analysis
  • Output of research
  • Relevance of the Study
  • Usefulness of the research
  • Handling the queries
  • The above competitions were held at two levels, one, Intradepartmental (judged by HOD’s) and  Second,  interdepartmental, finals judged by Wikimedia Team.
  • Wikimedia coordinator selected 13 groups from UG (BE/B.Arch), 4 groups from M.Tech., and 6 groups from MBA/MCA for the final round.
  • The final round of Wikimedia competition was held on 17.03.15, Board Room, New Building between 11.30 AM to 6.00 PM.
  • Panel of judges from Wikimedia consisted of Mr. Radhakrishna, Sig-Chair, CIS, A2K, Mr. Tanveer Hasan, Program Officer, CIS, A2K, Mr. Rehamanuddin, Program Officer, CIS, A2K.
  • From Oxford, the panel of judges include Dr. Rajendraprasad, Principal, The Oxford College of Engineering, Dr. Sarit Kumar, Director – Department of Management Studies, Dr. Manjunatha, Dean-Research, The Oxford College of Engineering.
  • Prizes and Certificates for the winners and finalists will be given by Wikimedia Team on April 24 th 2015 on occasion of Symposium at the Department of Management Studies.
  • Wikimedia provided training to winners in the competition from 27.04.15 to 4.05.15 at The Oxford College Computer Lab and trained the students to edit their research work and publish it in the Metapage under Oxford database.


S. No. Group Members and Names Topic Department Prize
1 Aditya, Kedaar, Ashish Speed Kills; So Let’s Control it ISE First
2 Aditya, Darshan, Jaison, Uday Smart Digital Motor Cycle Control Technology EEE Second
3 Gaurang, Santosh Repellent Wheels Automobile Third
4 Kangujam, Srilakshmi, Josna Design Intervention in Public Toilets B.Arch. Third

S. No. Group Members and Names Topic Department Prize
1 Hussainuddin Jackson Rehabilitation and Refrofitting by using Steel Wire Mesh Civil First
2 Shilpa and group Next Generation Sequencing BT Second
S. No. Group Members and Names Topic Department Prize
1 Apporva, Leenashree, Danuja Economy Stepping on the Ladder of Gold Steps: GOLD RESERVE MBA First
2 Atindra, Mahesh Erudition http2 and Leverage Browsers Speed MCA Second
3 Deepak, Gayathri Preventing Concealed Data Implication Attacks on Social Network MCA Third
4 Sowmyashree, Sinto Joy Green HRM – Requirement of 21st Century MBA Third


A one day Faculty Development Programme (FDP-2015) was successfully conducted in the The Oxford College of Engineering, on 24 January 2015 by Department of Management Studies. The FDP programme received an overwhelming response with 200 participants from TOCE, Jain University, Alliance University, Christ University, St Joseph College Bangalore, University of Mysore and Bangalore University.

The programme was inaugurated in the morning at auditorium on 24 January 2015  by hands of  Murthy Bhamidi ( Technology Director in HCL Ltd.), Madhu Damodaran (Vice President- Finance and Regulatory LabourNet Services India Pvt. Ltd.), Mantosh Kumar (Bosch) Dr. Pallab Bandyopadhyay (XLRI Jamshedpur)  Dr. Rajendra Prasad (Principal), Dr. Sarit Kumar (Director MBA), Dr. James Thomas (HOD, MBA).

In welcome speech Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Principal, TOCE shared his views with the faculty participants that if faculty wants to develop themselves and their students, then attending such faculty development programmes would enhance their skills of teaching concepts practically. Sir further shared that it helps to improve the performance of faculty in teaching and highlighted the importance and objectives of organizing faculty development programmes. He briefed the participants about the subjects chosen for the FDP and highlighted the reasons and importance of the same.

In the second session, resource person Murthy Bhamidi Technology Director in HCL Ltd. started his discussion with very basic idea of concept of education, learning and teaching. He shared few very important aspect to be considered while teaching-learning process. He highlighted the importance learning and gave idea about domains of learning i.e. cognitive, affective, psychomotor and interactive. He shared his knowledge with knowledge with participant using by power point presentation and various technique like giving examples etc. It helped to make subject fully understand and created interest among the participant.

Madhu Damodaran Vice President- Finance and Regulatory LabourNet Services India Pvt. Ltd. started his discussion on methods of teaching, objectives of teaching i.e. general objectives and specific objectives of syllabus and importance of media. In the second session he gave assignment to faculty members to plan their teaching objectives. Every faculty members gave good response to this assignment work and explained their subject objectives in detail one by one. After this assignment resource person examined them very well.

Dr. Sarit Kumar highlighted the importance of communication and information process in the teaching field. Then he discussed about how to create interest among the students. He gave idea about instructional design process and institution mission, program and course. He explained to the participants how to use body language and eye contact in the classroom while teaching the subject. Also the participants informed that how to manage classroom.

BIODIVERSITY: International summit
International summit on restoration of Biodiversity through biomimicry and design intervention. The summit will be a 7 days, interactive event, conclusion of various initiatives launched from June 2015 onwards in different segments.

  • To conceptualise and design an "URBAN SQUARE", an open space within the city limits, which can be implemented in an existing city park belonging to either to the municipality or any civil regulatory authority. Facilities to the Urban Square will be open to urban families for non digital recreation and to connect to nature. 

Eligibility of the participants of the workshop:

  • There  are 332 colleges  affiliated to Council of Architecture. It is desirable to have one candidate from each such colleges except Bangalore. About 100 students can participate from Bangalore colleges. The participants can belong to any  semester.
  • Total enrolment can be of 400 participants.

Elements of Design:

  • Recreation - Active, collective & passive.
  • Ecological - Model of active conservation, respect and balance of  nature.
  • Promoting Biodiversity/ Ecosystem- Grassy field, woodland, aquatic.  
  • Providing homes to spices, which is not possible due to urban development.
  • Motivate the visitors  to reuse, recycle the natural resources.
  • Live examples to conserve the energies.
  • Demo to adopt nature practices in daily life.
  • Informative and educative to the visitors.
  • Parameters to acknowledge the health benefits to the visitors to Urban Square.
  • Commercial viability & economic sustainability of the project

BIODIVERSITY - Cross borders Nature has no borders. Diplomatic Conclave.

  • 5th August 2015: Launch of URBAN Nature Square design implementation program. On the lines of EdenLondon Project. 300 colleges pan India to participate.
  • 10th August to 15th Nov. 2015: Seminars and papers. 20 subjects on Design intervention. 20 subjects on Industry simulation.
  • 25th Nov. 2015: Summit Exhibition & Conclave 1. 40 countries. 2. 40 MNC with research facilities. 3. Industry: 3.1 Education. 3.2 Agriculture 3.3 Horticulture. 3.4 MSME Engineering. 3.5 Construction Materials. 3.6 Real estate. 3.7 Food and beverages. 3.8 Tourism and hospitality. 3.9 Energy 3.10 Wellness
  • January 2016: Work on Bio Design Farm commences in Dandeli forest range.

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