Mumbai | Pune

Journey Details

Industrial Visit to Mumbai for Electronics and Telecommunication would throw open an ocean of opportunities to learn and witness new avenues by the students. Mumbai is not just the Financial Capital  but technical capital as well so this visit is one of a kind where theoretical knowledge would be practically understood by the students!

Day 1: Aapla Swaagat Aahe in Mumbai!

Feel the city vibes today and get used to the pace of this city! Visit UNESCO’s World Heritage Site such as The Gateway of India and Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (Victoria Terminus). Shop till your bags are full at Mumbai’s famous Fashion Street.

Witness the magical sunset at the famous Marine Drive or better known as Queens Necklace!

 

Day 2: Soak in the Financial Capital of India!

In morning we set out to visit our first industry where we learn how the industry functions and operates. Later, we proceed to take the blessings of Lord Ganesha at Siddhivinayak Temple!

Using the Bandra-Worli Sea Link and enjoying a different view of the city we reach the holiest Mt. Mary Church! Apart from seeking Her blessings witness the beautiful views of the city from top of the hill!

Dinner would be like never before! Look spic and span and get ready for the Business DinnerTM- an interactive session by an Industrial Stalwart.

 

Day 3: Welcome to the IT hub of Maharashtra!

We begin our day on a beautiful ride from Mumbai to Pune! Once in Pune, we proceed towards our Industry for the day and grasp on all the information that we can about the industry visited.

Later we proceed to see the Aga Khan Palace and then Katraj Snake House to see some beautiful crawlers!

Day 4: It’s your last day, make it count!

One last industry of your Industrial Visit, make sure that you make it count! Learn from the industry expert and take down the notes which will help only you!

In noon, rediscover the Peshwa history by visiting the famous Shaniwarwada and see the heritage and culture come alive! Later visit Pune’s most loved temple- Dagdusheth Halwai Ganpati and feel the richness and grandeur of this Lord!

At the end of the board the train to get back home with not just images but bags full of knowledge, experience and learnings!

INCLUSIONS
  • Stay on Quad Sharing basis.
  • Hotel meals on Buffet basis
  • On every 25 members 1 member can travel completely free of cost
  • Special meals for Jain students on request basis
  • Minimum 1 Industry visit included in the package
  • Exclusive Students learning worksheets (Students describes about the learning experience in that report)
  • All Entry Charges to tourist spots included
  • On every 25 members 1 experienced Industrialvisits.in team member will accompany the group
  • Semi Deluxe luxury buses included. Bus images to be shared before the visit
  • First-aid kits to be carried for any emergency
  • Exclusive Bag Tags from Industrialvisits.in to ensure safety of respective luggage’s
  • Student activities like DJ, team building, trust building to be included on special requests
  • Insurance included in the package
EXCLUSION
  • Railway Fares/Airfares can be included on request basis
  • Any luggage/portage charges
  • Adventure activities such as river rafting, bungee jumping etc
  • Small cars charges where buses are not allowed to travel
  • Railway meals can be added on special request basis
CONDITIONS
  • Minimum 25% of trip amount to be deposited for the trip confirmations
  • Registration amount of 25% are non-refundable
  • 50% of the total trip cost to be deducted for cancellations within 60 days of the trip
  • 75% of the total trip cost to be deducted for cancellations within 45 days of the trip
  • 100% of the total trip cost to be deducted for cancellations within 15 days of the trip
  • 100% payment to be deposited before the last day of the trip
  • Payment terms shall be shared in the MOU.

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