Projects & Technical Papers: Nurturing Student’s Research Skills
At Vision College of Management, we believe in fostering a culture of continuous learning and growth. To achieve this, we encourage our students to pursue research and engage in writing technical papers or taking up projects. Our aim is to provide a platform for students to showcase their skills and apply their theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios.
We provide students with the necessary training and support through various activities such as industrial tours, mock interviews, group discussions, aptitude tests, expert lectures, and more. These activities are designed to help students acquire new skills and competencies, and stay ahead of the curve.
One of the key highlights of our program is the mandatory requirement of students to complete at least one college-level project before graduation. Our faculty members are dedicated to guiding students through every step of the project process and ensuring they complete their projects effectively and impactfully.
In addition to college-level projects, we also offer students the opportunity to work on industry-integrated projects through the Training & Development Cell of the college. This exposure to real-world projects allows students to apply their knowledge and skills, and gain practical experience that will help them succeed in their future careers.
The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existingAlbert Einstein
This quote by Albert Einstein highlights the importance of curiosity and the need for continuous questioning in the pursuit of knowledge. In higher education, research plays a crucial role in this pursuit as it allows individuals to explore new ideas, test hypotheses, and expand their understanding of the world. Through research, students can develop critical thinking skills, increase their knowledge and understanding, and ultimately contribute to the advancement of their field.
At VCM we are committed to helping our students achieve their full potential and are proud to offer them a supportive and nurturing environment to pursue their research and technical writing interests.