Industry Profile Oakwood Training Ventures Oakwood Training Ventures In the world of corporate training, a constant evolution of the

mind is desirable, not just for work-place effectiveness, but for sheer personal development and competitiveness. In the words of William Arthur Ward, a famous American writer of inspirational maxims who lived between 1921 and 1994, “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” We at Oakwood Training Ventures demonstrate and inspire you to learn and evolve through our training modules in each of the five domains we work in. In some companies, learning and development is just a part of the calendar while in others, a serious concerted effort is ensued so as to make employees more productive. We choose to partner with all who think learning and development should be a regular initiative and can jointly design a training calendar with us. Our workshops are delivered on site as well as through open sessions in collaboration with similar companies from the same segment. With over 134 modules and a strong contingent of Lead Facilitators, we seek to be your training partner over the years. Our workshops come with a standing assurance of 90 days post-training support and a full refund within the first 45 minutes of any of our workshop should any participant choose to discontinue. CREDO The learning from our workshops is guaranteed to be as strong as an Oak Tree.Unshakeable, deeply rooted, high-value, everlasting, and precious as ever; we guarantee it. ABOUT US Since February 2011, we have been in business. Oakwood Training Ventures is a start-up training and executive coaching firm. We are mentored by some very senior industry professionals and academicians, many of whom are also our key facilitators. As a start-up we set up a home-based office, to keep costs low, which we have duly registered with statutory authorities. We also have signed up with Regus virtual offices for usage of their facilities across India as and when needed. As a team of professionals, we collaborate on a regular basis for all domain specific training programmes. Most of our work is online which minimises the need for a separate commercial premises and additional overheads. So far, we have delivered three workshops. The first workshop was on Stress Management for Housewives (Feb 2011) in which we have had six participants. The second workshop was on Finance for Non-Finance Executives (Mar. 2011) in which we have had 24 participants and the third workshop was on Customer Satisfaction for Bankers (June 2011) in which we had 31 participants from five banks.

We have a series of workshops ready to be delivered between September 2011 and March 2012. Some of the workshops are high-value workshops meant exclusively for senior executives in the top management cadre, while the remaining are economically priced workshops meant for junior and mid-level managerial staff. We work in five major domains, apart from an academic programme which we are redeveloping so that it fits into the curriculum. a) b) c) d) e) Our workshops are in the following domains – Banking Finance Quality & Safety (In association with Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance) Human Resource Generic We offer 134 training programmes in all the five domains through a team of veteran facilitators with rich corporate exposure and experience. Our workshops aim at –        Process improvement New learning Enhanced team performance Team dynamism Customer effectiveness Decision making and problem solving skills Reinforcing company’s commitment in innovative thinking We work with the simple belief that if you fail to learn from us, we either refund your money within the first 45 minutes, or train your team for free in our next scheduled workshop. We also hand-hold your team for 90 days after the training for any query they might have. Please do contact us at query@oakwoodtraining.in for the workshops you have planned for your employees. ORGANIZATIONS WE HAVE WORKED WITH SO FAR        Connectwell Industries Pvt. Ltd. Hindustan Sahakari Bank Limited Bharat Cooperative Bank Limited CKP Cooperative Bank Limited Vaishya Sahakari Bank Limited Janalakshmi Cooperative Bank Limited Institute of Technology and Management (PGDM - HR students from 2011 batch) TESTIMONIALS 1st Workshop: Stress Management for Housewives

 “I got many ideas, tips and suggestions for reducing stress. I like the way of making us understand…” Mrs. Chandrika (Housewife)  “How to be stress-free from tension and daily problems” – Mrs. Meena Gunjate (Housewife) 2nd Workshop: Finance for Non-Finance Executives  “It was overall an overview of Finance for people like us (technical). We are able to understand the basics of Finance for both personal as well as for corporate.” – Mr. S. Trivedi, G.M – Works, Connectwell Industries Pvt. Ltd.  “It was very interactive session and real life experiences were shared …” – Mr. N. Bhise, Marketing and Appl. Engineer, Connectwell Industries Pvt. Ltd.  “The session was focussed on certain aspects of finance we previously were completely unaware of but now much familiar with…” – Prerna Sharma, ITM  “Specifically designed for non-finance people; structurally kept simple; queries answered sufficiently…” – Smita Patnaik, ITM 3rd Workshop: Customer Satisfaction for Bankers  “I thank the trainer for a wonderful session on Customer Satisfaction.”  “The training was an eye-opener to many concepts. We knew most of them but our doubts were cleared today.”  “Workshop is excellent and very good.”  “This workshop is good for staff. Increasing knowledge for satisfaction of customer.” "The only kind of learning which significantly influences behaviour is self-discovered or self-appropriated learning - truth that has been assimilated in experience." - Carl Rogers That is the Oakwood way of coaching executives. That is the way our trainers are. About our trainers In each of the domain we work in, Quality and Safety being considered separately, we have a list of competent trainers who have an average of 20 years of experience. In Banking, the average experience of our facilitators is around 30 years with leading PSU banks and staff training colleges. For Quality and Safety standards, we are partners of Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) in Mumbai and comply with their delivery schedule and practices.

The training modules and the trainers are from LRQA who work as per their uniform global standards. Founding Team – Oakwood Training Ventures • • • • • • • • • Saurav Kr. Das (Founder & Head of Business Development) Dr. A. K. Sengupta (Academic Mentor – Institute Partnership Programme) Dr. Hemjith Balakrishnan (Strategic Advisor) Mr. Omar M. Maner (Academic Mentor – HR) Col. (Retd) N. Sen (Mentor and Facilitator) Mr. S. S. A. Zaidi (Academic Mentor – Banking) Mr. Suresh Bendigiri (Academic Mentor – Banking Dr. Dilip Pandit (Academic Mentor – Finance) Ms. Poonam Hans (Coordinator)

ASSURANCE  100% money back guarantee  90 days post-training support background and inception of the company

Name of Business Carried

Oakwood Training Ventures Vision and mission and company policy

Our mission is to enable individuals who seek personal and professional development in their sphere of being the way they are, or wish to be; and we believe in sharing all that we have experienced as individuals while shaping our own lives, and experiencing success.

Our vision is to make our country's young workforce job-enabled and knowledgeable such that each of them can contribute in an individualistic manner towards the growth of our country through his or her professional contribution.

Oakwood Training Ventures was founded in August 2010 by some industry professionals, with support from some veteran academicians. Headquartered in Navi Mumbai, the firm operates in close contact with trainers across the region who can deliver the best of their expertise in different domains. Oakwood Training Ventures is associated with MaFoi Randstad for psychometric assessments, and AFC Institute of Management and Technology, Mumbai (AIMTEC) for the delivery of some Diploma programmes in the financial sector.

Oakwood Training Ventures has a committed team of accomplished professionals who come from different walks of life. It is their varied backgrounds and expertise that gives the Oakwood Training Ventures the edge in some of the training programmes.

Our core team comprises of people with an average of 15 years of training experience and domain knowledge, in addition to their corporate experience.

Quality
Each programme before delivery will be personally approved by our Academic Mentor and Advisory Group to maintain the highest quality standards. The team comprises of senior academicians and industry professionals.

TESTIMONIALS 1st Workshop: Stress Management for Housewives  “They got many ideas, tips and suggestions for reducing stress. They like the way of making us understand…” Mrs. Chandrika (Housewife)  “How to be stress-free from tension and daily problems” – Mrs. Meena Gunjate (Housewife) 2nd Workshop: Finance for Non-Finance Executives

 “It was overall an overview of Finance for people like us (technical). They are able to understand the basics of Finance for both personal as well as for corporate.” – Mr. S. Trivedi, G.M – Works, Connectwell Industries Pvt. Ltd.  “It was very interactive session and real life experiences were shared …” – Mr. N. Bhise, Marketing and Appl. Engineer, Connectwell Industries Pvt. Ltd.  “The session was focussed on certain aspects of finance we previously were completely unaware of but now much familiar with…” – Prerna Sharma, ITM  “Specifically designed for non-finance people; structurally kept simple; queries answered sufficiently…” – Smita Patnaik, ITM 3rd Workshop: Customer Satisfaction for Bankers  “They thank the trainer for a wonderful session on Customer Satisfaction.”  “The training was an eye-opener to many concepts. They knew most of them but our doubts were cleared today.”  “Workshop is excellent and very good.”  “This workshop is good for staff. Increasing knowledge for satisfaction of customer.”

Products and services It is a service industry provides financial training to the graduates and post graduates students. They are arranging different types of workshop and other different financial modules. They provide personal and professional training to the employees as well. Area of Occupation The main area of occupation is financial sector that is to provide training to the students and fresher employee those who need training and development. They appoints experienced person from the field of finance those who able to guide the students in detail about their past experience. Ownership Pattern Saurav Kr. Das (Founder & Head of Business Development) • Dr. A. K. Sengupta (Academic Mentor – Institute Partnership Programme) • Dr. Hemjith Balakrishnan (Strategic Advisor) • Mr. Omar M. Maner (Academic Mentor – HR) • Col. (Retd) N. Sen (Mentor and Facilitator) • Mr. S. S. A. Zaidi (Academic Mentor – Banking) • Mr. Suresh Bendigiri (Academic Mentor – Banking • Dr. Dilip Pandit (Academic Mentor – Finance) • Ms. Poonam Hans (Coordinator) Competitors information There competition in each and every business orgnisation Achivements and awards Workflow model There different work flow models, one is that it has different types of financial courses, which is provided to the graduates and post graduates students for developing their career in the financial sector. Other is that it a big part of FPJ (Free Press Journals) 3. MACKINEY 7S FRAME WORK 1. structure structure is totally simple and highly motivated, it has structured its industry profile in such way that it could be easy to understand. 2. strategy strategy is totally new and innovative, which gives full satisfaction to the clients and students as well.

3. skills The professors are highly skilled and they provide their innovative knowledge to the students. And improves their in the modern patten 4. style Style of training is newest and innovative which gives current and update knowledge to their student. It has office at one place and trainers are provides training to the student at another place, and taking different workshops as well. 5. system System is very good as I have seen it Managed by Mr. sourav Das sir, he does well in his system management. 6. staff There are several staff member in Oakwood training venture. Few staff is working in admin office 7. shared value shared value is very high

4. SWOT ANALYSIS Strength. Strength is that the staff members having their positive attitude about their job. And management system is as good as other training ventures. Share value is high, it is a contact FPJ that is Free Press Journals. Weak ness It same as like one coin having two sides. if any business haves strength the weakness is must. Opportunities Opportunities for the Oakwood training venture is that it has chance to create its image in the today current marketing competition. because innovative techniques in the training system and management system. Threats It has a threats of competition in future. Entrance of new firm for same training service

5. LEARNING INFORMATION I learn many thing they are as:• Improvement in communication. • Got new experience. • Met with new people. • Visited new area and new people. • Got the chance to take appointment with highly qualified Directors and dean of the different colleges. • Got known about new innovation of the colleges, i.e. What type of innovation could be done in the management colleges in case of student development faculty development, placement, study system, etc. • Understood the position and locality of the different management institutes.

PART “B” GENERAL INFORMATION I am Awadheshkumar S.Gupta, I am student of Oriental Institute of Management completed my 1st year of MMS and I have done my summer internship in Oakwood Training venture.which is situsted in the vashi near the railway station. I did my internship as a researcher in the Oakwood Training Venture Founding Team – Oakwood Training Ventures • • • • • • • • • Saurav Kr. Das (Founder & Head of Business Development) Dr. A. K. Sengupta (Academic Mentor – Institute Partnership Programme) Dr. Hemjith Balakrishnan (Strategic Advisor) Mr. Omar M. Maner (Academic Mentor – HR) Col. (Retd) N. Sen (Mentor and Facilitator) Mr. S. S. A. Zaidi (Academic Mentor – Banking) Mr. Suresh Bendigiri (Academic Mentor – Banking Dr. Dilip Pandit (Academic Mentor – Finance) Ms. Poonam Hans (Coordinator) they provide different types of the financial cources to the grsdustes and post graduate students. a) b) c) d) e) Our workshops are in the following domains – Banking Finance Quality & Safety (In association with Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance) Human Resource Generic

We offer 134 training programmes in all the five domains through a team of veteran facilitators with rich corporate exposure and experience. Our workshops aim at –        Process improvement New learning Enhanced team performance Team dynamism Customer effectiveness Decision making and problem solving skills Reinforcing company’s commitment in innovative thinking. They have taken many workshops:1. Stress Management for Housewife’s. 2. Workshop on Finance for non finance Executives. 3. Workshop on customer satisfaction for bankers They are training the students as well as biggest part of Free Press journals, which is an also famous press journal in Mumbai. I completed my internship my work was to visit the management institutes and collecting the new innovative information, whichever they have launched to improve their study system, student development and Faculty development. Following few colleges are there to whom I have visited during my summer internship. 1. Gahlot Institute of Management Studies and Research, Navimumbai 2. Oriental Education Society’s Oriental Institute of Management, naviMumbai, 3. Agnel Charities, Agnel Seva Trust Fr. Rodrigues Institute of Management Studies Navimumbai. 4. Bharti vidyapeeth Institute of Management Studies And Research Navimumbai. 5. Dr. G.D. Pol’s Foundation YMT institute of Management Navimumbai 6. AC Patil college of Manatement Kharghar naviMumbai 7. Indira Institute of Business Management Sanpada 8. IBSAR Navimumbai. 9. MGM Institute of Management. 10. Saraswati Education Society’s Saraswati Institurte of management 11. Prin. L.N. Welingkar institute of management Studies nd research 12. Anjuman-I-Islams Allana Instittute of management studies And research. 13. GNIMS matunga 14. GNVS sion

1. Statement of problem

As per above information, I was appointed in Oakwood Training Ventures for my summer internship. This is situated near vashi railway station. I visited many colleges and learn many things and some obstacles are also there:. There were few problems also occurred in the way of my summer internship they are as following. • It was very tough to collect the information about the colleges because non of them is ready to give their innovative information easily. • Few colleges were asking that have you taken prior appointment from us? Take appointment then come • Some were asking we are busy come letter on. • Some were asking it’s a wrong time come tomorrow or day after tomorrow. • Even some colleges were not ready to give their 10 to015 minutes of time • Colleges were much more walking distance from the railway station • Colleges does not haves their private vehicle to pick and drop the students to railway station • Some colleges were not even ready to participate in the program • -Many people are hesitant to answer questions about themselves and their opinions. • -Respondents will probably be more willing to help if we clearly state our intentions • -At the top of our survey, include a brief statement explaining why we are collecting the information and reassure each respondent that the information is confidential

2. objective of study The main objective of the study is to doing the market research on higher education system or educational institutes to and bring innovation in the study system all over the Mumbai as well as all other states of the India • To bring new and innovative technique in the higher study system. • To create the creativity in the educational institutions. • To develop the educational environment • To increase the quality in the study system • To create competition between inter colleges so that the quality of education and learning could be improved. • To identify new innovation having in the field of Management Colleges. • To having inside experience and knowledge of the Institution being embarked upon for getting more information to generate the innovation in the study system. • To Determine the right process of innovation • To evaluate the market opportunities and focusing only those colleges/ which could more innovative on longer run. • 3. scope of study

The scope of the management survey was restricted to the Mumbai university and Pune universities. In Mumbai University I had visited some institutes as well as in pune university’s some institutions. Only B grad colleges because it was separated from A grad colleges. 4. methodology There different methodology to collecting the data of our research. • Primary source • Secondary source Primary source of data collection. The data which are collected by primary source that is directly is called data of primary source of data which are pure and perfect and compiled directly by visiting to the source or main document or record containing first-hand information or original data
on a topic..."

Primary sources are works created

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at the time of an event, or by a person who directly experienced an event.

It is the content, not necessarily the format, of a work that makes it a primary source. For example, an online copy of a newspaper from March 20, 1897, is still a primary source even though the article viewed on your computer was digitized more than a century after the article was first printed.

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Interviews, diaries, letters, journals, speeches, autobiographies, and witness statements Articles containing original research, data, or findings never before shared Original hand-written manuscripts Government documents and public records Art, photographs, films, maps, fiction, and music Newspaper and magazine clippings Artifacts, buildings, furniture, and clothing

Secondary source of data collection

Any published or unpublished work that is one step removed from the original source, usually describing, summarizing, analyzing, evaluating, derived from, or based on primary source materials..."

Secondary sources are works that

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There Has one step removed from the original event or experience provide criticism or interpretation of a primary source

Secondary sources can include

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Textbooks Review articles and critical analysis essays Biographies Historical films, music, and art Articles about people and events from the past

5. limitation of study • The main limitation was that area of study that it was restricted to Mumbai only. And in that particular area there were some specific management institution has to study. • The next one is that there were limited questions were there on the questionnaire form • The directors. Deans, and professors were not available on the time to whom to be visited

Analysis interpretation Conclusion and recommendation Bibliography Annexure

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