A REPORT ON:
“Educational Outing to EXTREME ZONE.”
Time: 9 a.m to 4.30 p.m
Activity Coordinator – Prof. Salma Banu, BIMS
Activity Date – 10thJune 2019
Student Co-ordinator: Nikhil Gowda..Madhu. M.Harish
Objective – To create an awareness about Adventures Camp
On 10/06/2019, Monday, 20 students were taken for an Adventures Camp at Manchinabele village.The visit is conducted to gain the practical knowledge about Adventures camp. It includes Team building, Zip-line, Rappelling, River rafting and other activities are conducted.
EXTERME ZONE Excursion is an interactive program specifically designed to increase 1st years MBA students’ field or practical knowledge about Adventures Camp. Through this unique experience, natural leadership ability begins to transform into skills that are pivotal to mastering the MBA student’s year and beyond.
River Rafting is recreational outdoor activities which use an inflatable raft to navigate a river or other body of water. It deals with risk and the need for team work is often a part of experience.
Rappelling is one of the sort adventure activity. The spot is exactly describes a controlled a vertical rope. Climbers used this technique to cross cliff that is too rescue teams also use to reach out the injured victims. This is a process is done climbing ropes, suspended from a grip on the higher ground. The rappeler then drops his way down in a controlled steady speed. The anchor for rappelling is usually trees or boulders that give a good grip to the climber’s weight.
List of students who have attended seminar:
- NAVEEN M, E.
- DEVA SURYA
- NARESH REDDY
- RAVI KUMAR
- NARAYAN SWAMY.