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Business pilot study – Puchka Day

Students of WUD organised an event named Puchka day. They decided to do a pilot study by putting up a food stall in the campus. They brainstormed certain ideas and came across the item called puchka i.e golgappa in Bengal. Venue for this event was near the canteen and the students named the venue as “Tier Cafe”. Invitations were sent in via social media applications. Students also finalised the “Jain” who provided with all the materials. The event happened on 25th of January2019. The event was successful as there were queues of students and faculty waiting for their turn to come. Everybody had fun and they even gave students a really nice feedback. 

For more Information visit www.wud.ac.in

To apply click on https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

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World Art Community (ENTREPRENEURSHIP & BRANDING ACTIVITY)

An activity in Entrepreneurship and b...ng was conducted as a part of 'Fashion marketing & management' course for 6th semester Fashion Design students by the School of Management. This course aimed to teach lessons in b...ng, merchandising, marketing, entrepreneurship,
IPR etc and is an excellent example of inter-departmental collaboration. In this activity, each student assumed two roles: a Designer and a Business Associate (BA). As a designer, each student made 5 handmade products, mostly using sustainable material. Then they learnt the basics of b..ng, and
worked on their logo, visiting cards, invoice and other elements of b.......ng that they want to associate with their products. Each designer then picked a classmate who would act as his/herBusiness Associate (BA). The BA was supposed to price those products appropriately and sell these at a special exhibition organized on the campus itself. Through this, they learnt the basics of merchandising and marketing. The primary purpose of this activity was experiential learning, and application of the theories that they learn in the class. The learning of the students was proven when some of them were selected by the World Art Community to sell their products on their portal. World Art Community is an online art & craft marketplace where artists & designers showcase their work for direct purchase by clients. The curation process was based on criteria such as the product, its description, material used, approx size, price etc. All the participating students received constructive feedback from the e commerce site. Some were selected to add in to the site.

For more Information visit our website www.wud.ac.in

To apply click on https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

 

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Use of Mathematics for Managerial Decision Making

Mathematics is used in almost every aspect of life. It also plays an important role in business decision making. Business mathematics is used to record and manage business operations. Many Business activities like accounting, financial analysis, sales etc. are done by using business mathematics. A businessman has to take thousands of decisions every day for his business, therefore, mathematics helps in rationalizing the information and it gives the accurate results inherent for any decision making.

Mathematics has numerous concepts like statistics, probability, algebra, calculus etc. that are used in business mathematics. These concepts provide accurate statistics solutions for various business activities. Mathematics is an important subject which enhances the knowledge of the person and it also improves problem-solving skills.

For making a good and effective decision, you must have accurately driven data. Business mathematics summarizes and presents data in an accurate form. It becomes easier for the decision maker to take quick and necessary action immediately.

The use of business mathematics assists you to make an important decision based on numerical and measurable scale and not on personal belief and opinions. The decisions made using statistical studies are more productive.

Using statistical data for analyzing various business activities have several benefits:

  • It simplifies the decision-making process by neglecting complex and confusing      situations.
  • The testing and interpretation of the decision become easier.
  • The data driven by using business mathematics can be used again and again for      similar situations.
  • Modification becomes easier.

Business mathematics also plays a crucial role in the sales department. When it comes to making a decision regarding sales and profit margins, business mathematics is used for determining the accurate cost of the product. It helps in deciding the fair cost of the product or service so that it can generate a fair amount of profit.

The decision making task comes with so many responsibilities. It is a critical step which makes a huge impact in shaping the future of the organization.  It is important to make effective decisions that make development and growth of the business. Mathematical data and calculation evaluate the quality of information that is used for making decisions. It can be used for making both big as well as small decisions. In today’s world, most of the organizations use business mathematics for decision making because it is becoming very popular. Making decisions for business has become all about numerical exercise.

For more details visit our website www.wud.ac.in

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MARSHMALLOW EXERCISE FOR DESIGN THINKING

Design Thinking is the essential ability to combine empathy, creativity, and rationality to meet user needs and drive business success. With an aim to encourage students to practice design thinking mindsets, the School of Management conducted the Marshmallow Exercise for students from various disciplines. This exercise helped them learn crucial aspects of collaboration, innovation, hidden assumptions and team spirit.

The activity took 45 minutes in total, wherein the participants were divided into groups of 6. Each team was given a certain amount of spaghetti, a marshmallow and paper tapes. The teams were given a limited time of 18 minutes to build a free-standing spaghetti structure with the marshmallow placed on top. The team with the tallest structure won the challenge.

This activity had a huge impact on students when they failed to build something deceptively simple. As the teams rushed to build up their towers taller than their competitors, they ignored the most important aspect i.e. stability, and saw their structures collapsing towards the end. Surprisingly, the winning team had built the shortest structure but it could stand the test of stability. The realization that planning is as important as building was the key take away. The fun design and build activity taught some simple but profound lessons in testing, iteration, critical thinking and resilience.

For more details visit our website www.wud.ac.in 


To apply for the program click on https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

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Desmania Day

Experiential learning and learning-by-doing are the major educational tools employed at World University of Design. The aim is to engage students in critical thinking, problem solving and decision making, by working on real life problems. 

The School of Management organised 'Desmania Day' on 31st January 2019, with the aim to expose students to working environment of a design studio. Desmania is one of India's leading industrial product design agencies. It started as a modest garage operation in 1993 and has grown over the years as a multi-disciplinary design studio in Manesar, Gurugram. Desmania has an evolved design process and a clear design thinking to offer path breaking and customized design solutions to the clients. 

During their visit to Desmania, 40 students got a chance to interact with the founder, Mr. Anuj Prasad and his team, and gained insights into the working of a design studio. Anuj talked to the students about Desmania's journey, its successes and failures, and his learnings over the years. 

For Information click on www.wud.ac.in 

To apply for the program https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

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Entrepreneurship Session with Mr. Amitabh Singh Jolly :

The School of Management, World University of Design organized a learning session with Mr. Amitabh Singh Jolly, Managing Director- CoGlobe UK Ltd. and Partner, Hexagon Consulting. 

The session was open for all the students having entrepreneurial aspirations. It was organized with the objective of solving the queries of the students about the journey towards self- discovery. The speaker Mr. Amitabh Singh started the session by discussing about his academic and professional journey. He provided insights from his journey to the students about how he turned from ‘a paid employee’ to an entrepreneur. After his introduction and self-journey, he held an open session with the students. 

The students were enthused by the talks and actively participated in the discussions. They had number of queries which were heard and solved patiently by Mr. Jolly. He was appreciative of the student’s queries. The students asked about number of processes in the entrepreneurial journey starting from germination of idea to execution of the idea, production facilities, marketing the idea and generation of funds. Mr. Amitabh was able to satisfy the student’s curiosity about the initial funds, difference between angel investors and venture capitalist, the pro and cons of debt and equity funds and long-term funds vs short term funds generation. The session was successful as the students took the learnings with them which will help them in their onward entrepreneurship journey. 

It can be concluded that the growing entrepreneurial thoughts of the students were given the wings to soar higher in the blue sky.

For Information click on www.wud.ac.in 

To apply for the program https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

 

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CAMPUS LIFE/LIFE@WUD

WUD acknowledges diversity in the origin of its members and the importance of cultural & social activities in improving the personality, enhancing communication skills and building a positive, progressive global outlook. It strongly encourages its students to participate actively in various activity clubs like Film Club, Reading Club, Sports Club, Performing Arts Club, etc. and organize literary, cultural and social events such as sports meet, annual fest, etc. to forge stronger bonds and to bring out their latent talent in these activities. WUD annual fest, named CULT, attracted participation from over 26 colleges from in 15 events. Fashion students of WUD won the Taurus Design Competition.

Campus is also a hub of intellectual activities. Some activities organised by WUD this year are –

National Artists Camp on ‘Unexplored Spaces’ and exhibition at Arpana Art Gallery.

A specialized course on ‘Conceptual Art as Contemporary Practice’

Seminar remembering Allen Joseph Stein – the famous architect at IHC

Master Class on Design Thinking & Learning for School Principals

Digital Shakti - a workshop on cyber safety for women students & employees.

WUD organising an International Conference on ‘Functional Textiles & Clothing’ in February 2018 in association with IIT Delhi. WUD has been organising the Global Goals Jam Delhi since 2017 in association with UNDP and MediaLab Amsterdam. Over 50 design thinkers participated in GGJ 2.0 in 2018. WUD invites renowned personalities from various walks of life to share their knowledge and expertise with students. Eminent scholars visiting the campus includes Prof. AG Krishna Menon, INTACH; Prof. Osmud Rehman, Ryerson University; Prof. Elizabeth Rose, University of Otago; Prof. Paul Inman, Pro VC, Oxford Brookes University; Prof. Parik Goswami, University of Huddersfield; etc.

For more Information visit www.wud.ac.in

To Apply for the Programm click on https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

Call us on 7056770061/7056770065

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ADMISSION PROCESS –

The process of Admission to WUD programmes shall consist of the following stages:

Step 1. Fill the Admission Form

Students will need to send completed application form available on the website along with the application fee.

Step 2. Campus Interview

The student will appear in a personal interview conducted by a panel. The interview panel will ask questions related to the field of study selected by the student. Creative evidence (portfolio, drawings, photographs, crafts etc.) in hard copy may also be showcased.

Step 3. Offer of Admission* / Admission

Successful candidates will be made an offer of admission to join WUD. The offer will be sent via an email. Details regarding payment of fees at the time of admission, allotment of Hostel and date, time and venue for commencement of the academic session will be included in the admission letter.

*Offer of admission will be valid only for the particular programme opted for by the candidate in the given academic session. However, request for change of programme may be considered after the first semester, subject to availability of seats. In acceptance of the offer of admission to WUD, the candidates will have to appear in person at the campus along with original documents for verification and pay the required fees.

For more Information visit our website www.wud.ac.in

To Apply for the Program click on https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

For any other query call us at 7056770061/7056770065

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MBA Courses that are being offered by WUD – 

MBA – with options to choose from cutting-edge specialisations.

· Design Strategy & Innovation - In an interdisciplinary way, the strategy & innovation concentration would have you actively practice Design strategy & Human Centred Design through a pathway of studio courses that teach how to use market insights to build products, create experiences, and launch businesses. In addition to dedicated studio space for heads-down work,students have access to model-making,rapid prototyping, and multimedia technology for the range of projects they take on to bring this work to life. By the end of this programme, you would gain adequate competence enabling them to understand and map the opportunities and design transformational strategies, manage innovation and new business development in any of all the diverse sectors from products to services, governance, crafts to ICT, life and entertainment, etc. and will be equally equipped to enter any industry, social enterprises, consultancy or jobs always contributing to the top management function either as team players or as team leaders or even initiate start-ups.

·  Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence & Design Thinking - Harnessing the potential of emerging disruptive technologies such as data science, artificial intelligence & machine learning requires a new set of professional skills. Business world in coming times will be driven by individuals with expertise to apply these skills to organizational needs and strategies while navigating the ethical, psychological, and societal implications. The program aims to dramatically enhance the ability to make informed decisions of high quality,by making most optimal use of emerging technologies, human centred design and application of design thinking. Design Thinking skills imparted through a hands on learning journey will help you develop the creative thinking skills needed to innovate in any organizational context. By elevating your creative thinking skills, you will return to work able to develop and support a creative culture within your organization. A culture that is capable of confidently pushing and sustaining innovative efforts.

· Service Design - This concentration is aimed at future leaders and managers of service-based organizations. It is not sector specific and applies to a wide range of industries including healthcare, finance, IT, travel, retail, education and even oil and gas. The course examines the complex cultural, technological, and systemic issues facing businesses and governments to create new services for now and the future. The programme will prepare students on (a) creation of new consumer services by identifying human needs via Human Centred Design, transformational services, and delivery in complex organisations, for example in retail, banking and hospitality (b) development & innovation in public service and policy in areas such as transportation, health and education, and (c) speculative futures to envision radically new services and user experiences driven by technological, environmental and social challenges. Graduating students will be able to find placements in transport, telecommunications, financial services and retail companies, leading consultancies, government departments and international organisations.

For more details please visit our website – www.wud.ac.in

And to apply for the programm visit - https://worlduniversityofdesign.nopaperforms.com/

For more details call on 7056770061/7056770065

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