Business Studies Project Exhibition

The Business Studies Society of Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram has organized a Business Studies Project Exhibition from the 3rd to 6th of December 2013. The exhibition consists of projects and models crafted by commerce students of class XI on various topics like visits to Harley Davidson Industry, JCB Industries, Dilli Haat and a visit to Central Cottage Industry Corporation of India. CBSE has made it mandatory for Business Studies students to take up project work as it enables them to understand a topic and its application better than theoretical learning. The objective of these projects was to provide the students with exposure to the operational environment of business management through the use of modern technology and teamwork, amongst other important skills.

The program commenced with the Saraswati Aradhana by the school choir followed by the achievements of the students in the Business Melange. The Principal, Dr. D.R. Saini and Vice Principal, Mrs. Shobha Mehta welcomed the guests heartily. The chief guests included Dr. Minoo Nandrajog, member of the Indian Commerce Association, Dr. Anand Saxena, Associate Professor in Commerce in Delhi University and Mrs. Bhuvana Ravi, Director, Abhay Capital Services Pvt. Ltd. The theatre club presented a skit. The chief guest, Principal and Vice Principal went through the projects and praised students for their efforts and enthusiasm.

The exhibition is organised by the Head of the Department, Ms. Rashmi Malhotra, Ms. Anu Bhandari, Ms. Deepti Mahajan and Ms. Nidhi Katyal along with their team of students.

The second day of the Business Studies Project Exhibition, organized by the Business Studies Society of Delhi Public School R.K. Puram was a friendly interactive session about the Project Work included in CBSE’s curriculum. The exhibition comprised models made by Commerce students of Class XI related to various topics of commerce like Big Bazaar and PVR Cinemas.

Mr. Sandeep Sethi, Education Officer with C.B.S.E. graced the occasion. He provided students with the knowledge essential for the project work and also general information about how their projects were relevant to the business of the day. The students of classes XI and XII greatly benefited from this interaction with a person with rich experience in the field.

After a short speech, Mr. Sethi responded to the queries of the students. He also lauded the efforts of the teachers in-charge and the students in making the project. Covering issues like Analysis, how to be bold in presentation and accuracy, Mr. Sethi gave pointers on how to make the most of the opportunity. He not only emphasized on scoring well, but also on turning the project into an enriching experience.