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D'Asia offers Overseas Industrial Tours fro Indian Students from BTech, BBA, MBA and Hotel Management students to KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA. The 4 Nights & 5 Days tour programme covers a total of 40 ...

D'Asia offers Overseas Industrial Tours fro Indian Students from BTech, BBA, MBA and Hotel Management students to KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA. The 4 Nights & 5 Days tour programme covers a total of 40 leisure and industrial spots of visit. Attractive price for colleges sending more than 10 students in a trip. For more details and a personalised presentation

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  • D’Asia – About Us & ServicesWhy ASIA? Why not WEST??Malaysia- General Country Overview + Education AttractivenessProgrammes in Malaysia- List of CoursesProcedure for Application- With D’AsiaQ&AInclude Photographs of Malaysian Universities & Facilities towards the end of the slide.

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  • www.dasiaedu.com D’Asia Overseas Industrial Tours
  • www.dasiaedu.com D’Asia Overseas Industrial Tours (OIT) D’Asia Overseas Industrial Tours (OIT) is the very first of its kind two-in-one Global Industrial Visit programme offered to professional institutions of tertiary education within India. OIT is a unique platform for Universities and Colleges to expose their students to the ‘Real Working World’ at a global scenario. OIT is definitely not just a mere ‘tour programme’ overseas for fun. It is indeed a rare opportunity for the students and management to experience the industry beats in Kuala Lumpur- Malaysia’s pride capital metro city! Whether you ought to become a busy corporate figure shuttling between world metros or a tech savvy trying to find a place in future technology space or a candidate with the right hospitality skills essential for modern hotel chains, D’Asia OIT just have every element that gives you a brief insight into what your industry looks like in a world class metro city! D’Asia OIT is a 4 Night 5 Days industrial tour conducted in Malaysia. The tour programme consists of 2 days of leisure spot visits and 2 days of industrial spot visits offering over 40 places of interest. Read on to get a glimpse of OIT spots in Malaysia. Why D’Asia OIT  OIT students get the chance to meet and interact with leading industry professionals at MNC’s.  The rare opportunity of visiting offices and production units in a foreign destination enables OIT students to be confident, knowledgeable, informative and to have a better understanding of real life working in their areas of study.  OIT is an added attraction in CV’s.  Any interview panel will have a better impression on colleges conducting ‘Quality’ OIT’s.  Smart OIT students keep in touch with the ‘industrial contacts’ established during their trip, which can possibly pave way for a job overseas upon graduation.  The industrial perspectives of an OIT student differ from that of students who have never been to any International company visits. Major employers are nowadays more interested in students with such wider perspectives.  In an era where competition is high in tertiary education sector, college can ascertain their quality of practical education via OIT, thereby enabling them to succeed healthy competition among colleges.  Apart from all such professional benefits, OIT is a unique opportunity for students to strengthen their bonding with colleagues. A foreign trip during college days with your best buddies will definitely remain in memories forever!  Apart from students, Management and Professors of participating colleges can also update their knowledge on the industry’s modern day practices.  D’Asia OIT is the only reliable, affordable and high quality two-in-one international tour programme offered by any Edu-Consulting group in India.
  • www.dasiaedu.com D’Asia OIT Leisure Spots (1st two days of OIT) Petronas Twin Towers- This iconic structure of Malaysia is something that no one can afford to miss in their Malaysia trip! Petronas Twin Towers with 86 floors is the tallest twin towers in the world. Tourists can enjoy breathtaking view from the bridge located at 42 nd floor that connects both the towers. KL Tower- The landmark tower of Kuala Lumpur has the highest viewpoint over the city. Standing 1099 feet tall, KL Tower is an iconic building that should be visited by any tourists in Malaysia! Dataran Merdeka- The green field here holds the biggest flag point where Malaysia celebrates its Independence Day! Tourists can have photo sessions and can visit the nearby Jalan Masjid India for shopping. Decades old British built buildings along Jalan Masjid India is worth visiting too! Istana Negeri (Malaysian Palace) - No one leaves Malaysia without a photograph at the entrance of the legendary ‘Istana Negara’ (Palace). It would be a joyful moment to pose for a picture with the ‘horse and the warrior’ at the palace entrance. Petaling Street (China Town) - The famous ‘China Town’ located in Kuala Lumpur. Tourists can stopover for trying their bargaining skills or to experiment with the wildest and widest variety of authentic Chinese food! Batu Caves- A limestone hill that has a series of caves and cave temples located in the Gombak district, 13 kilometres north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The cave is one of the most popular Hindu shrines outside India, dedicated to Lord Murugan. It is the focal point of Hindu festival of Thaipusam Malaysia. The cave is also a well-known adventure tourist destination for rock climbing. Genting Highlands- Atop 6100 feet at the border of Selangor state in Malaysia is the Genting Highlands. The hill station is unique for its entertainment facilities. World famous Casinos, resorts, adventure theme parks, cable car all adds to the fun in Genting highlands.
  • www.dasiaedu.com D’Asia OIT Industrial Spots (Last 2 days of OIT) Genting Berhad- One of Asia’s top MNC’s. The group holds business activities in the field of plantations, hospitality, property, casinos, power generation and oil & gas. OIT offers an extremely unique opportunity for students to interact with the Genting Group’s Management, the company that runs the entire business activities atop the Genting hills! First World Hotel- World’s 4 th largest hotel with over 6000 rooms. The hotel comes under the management of Genting Berhad. Entire facilities are divided into two- at Tower 1 and Tower 2. Glenmarie- A ride through Glenmarie will be truly astonishing. The place is a newly developed stretch in the out skirts of Kuala Lumpur where OIT students can see the service and sales centers of world’s most luxurious car makers such as Audi, BMW, Mini Cooper, Peugeot, Hyundai etc. Glenmarie Golf & Country Club is a 36-hole golf course in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia. The golf course offers day and night golfing. Glenmarie Golf & Country Club also offers a range of sports and recreational pursuits including an Olympic size swimming pool, a children's wading pool, tennis, squash, snooker, children's playground and a gymnasium. Subang Golf Club (Kelab Golf Negara Subang) - The club is one of the major golf courses in the Klang Valley, Selangor, Malaysia. It is located in Kelana Jaya near Petaling Jaya stadium and consists of two 18-hole courses. KDU University College- Established in 1983 Kolej Damansara Utama (KDU) is a premium private university college in Malaysia hosting more than 6000 students from over 55 countries. OIT students will stand a chance for a university visit. Students from Hospitality, Travel, Tourism and Culinary can have a greater awareness of their industry in Malaysia. Technology Park Malaysia (TPM) - The Technology Park Malaysia is an ultra-modern science park located in Bukit Jalil. The park is a center for research and development of knowledge-based industries. With a total land area of 750 acres, comprising 12 state-of-the-art buildings each with specific functions TPM is a stunning stopover for OIT students to explore career opportunities in the R&D world tomorrow! Guiness Anchor Berhad (GAB) - A major producer of beer and stout in Malaysia and has been listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia since 1965. Among the brands they produce and market are Tiger Beer, Guinness, Heineken, Anchor Smooth, Anchor Strong, Kilkenny, Anglia Shandy, Malta, Paulaner, Strongbow, and Sol. GAB factory at LDP is a major attraction of the OIT programme. Carlsberg - The Carlsberg Group is a Danish brewing company founded in 1847 with its headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark. The company's main brand is Carlsberg Beer, but it also brews Tuborg as well as local beers. Carlsberg is the 4 th largest brewery group in the world. It is the leading beer seller in Russia with about 40 percent market share. OIT students get to witness the giant beer manufacturer’s production unit in Shah Alam, Malaysia. Sony EMCS (M) Sdn. Bhd. - Sony Malaysia holds its factory units in Bangi that produces electronic goods. Bina Puri- Bina Puri Holdings Berhad is a public listed company on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Berhad. The company has 38 years of work experience in civil and building construction in Malaysia,
  • www.dasiaedu.com Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam, Pakistan, India, China, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Nepal and Malaysia. The Group's diverse business activities include investment holdings, civil and building engineering management, property development, highway concessionaire, quarry operations, manufacturing of construction materials, polyurethane system house, utilities and hospitality management. Sime Darby- Sime Darby Berhad is a major Malaysia-based multinational conglomerate involved in 6 core sectors- plantations, property, industrial, motors, energy & utilities and healthcare. Sime Darby is listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad and employees more than 100,000 individuals from across the globe. Giant Hypermarket- One of the most successful Hypermarket chains in Malaysia. Giant has hypermarket stores in leading Asian countries such as Singapore, Japan, Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, Vietnam and UAE. OIT students can visit the hypermarket’s facilities and can interact with the Operations team for a better understanding of retail store management and yes of course to have some shopping too! Cyberjaya- Known as the ‘Silicon Valley’ of Malaysia, Cyberjaya is a high-tech planned city, 50kms away from the hustles and bustles of city life. Cyberjaya is a part of the much renowned Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC) of Malaysia. Cyberjaya is a hub for MNC’s and various national firms to hold their office of which IBM, HP, Dell, BMW, DHL and Ericsson are few to name. OIT students will meet and interact with Malaysia Development Corporation (MDEC) authorities- the top notch master planner of this entire Silicon Valley of Malaysia. Students will also have a ride through the city enjoying its mesmerizing roads and flourishing gardens by the roadside. Multimedia University (MMU) – MMU is one of the most prominent and oldest Private Universities in Malaysia. Located on an 80 hectare land area, MMU offers engineering, IT, multimedia designing, management and various new generation courses in the stream of technology. OIT students can have an understanding of the breathtaking 80 hectare campus, interact with the university officials and can experience the international student community (students from over 66 countries) presence at MMU. Putrajaya- Putrajaya is the fully planned ‘Financial Capital’ of Malaysia. Putrajaya holds many modern architectural beauties including the iron bridges, administrative offices, gardens, the prime minister’s office, national mosque and a truly eloquent 650 hectares of manmade lake! Putrajaya International Convention Center (PICC) - A world class convention center with a capacity to hold 10,ooo individuals in its various halls and rooms. Opened up in 2003, PICC has since hosted major international events. OIT students get to visit PICC’s facilities and also to interact with PICC Authorities to get a sneak preview of the convention center’s day-to-day operations. Mines Shopping Mall (Capitaland Malls)- Owned and managed by Capitaland Malls, one of the leading group in Asia- the mines is not just your usual city malls! Guess what, the mall rests on top of a manmade lake, which was a previous MINE! Nowhere in this world can you go for boating ‘inside’ a mall! Above all, OIT students will get the rarest opportunity to meet Capitaland Malls Management to understand from them on the Operations Management of a Retail Mall! Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) - KLIA is Malaysia's main international airport and is also one of the major airports of South East Asia located some 60 kilometres from Kuala Lumpur. The airport is in the Sepang district of southern Selangor state. It was ranked the 14th busiest airport in the world and the 5th busiest international airport in Asia. It was also ranked the 29th busiest airport by cargo traffic in 2010.
  • www.dasiaedu.com The airport is operated by Malaysia Airports (MAHB) Sepang Sdn Bhd and is the major hub of Malaysia Airlines, MASkargo, AirAsia, AirAsia X,Malindo Air and Department of Civil Aviation (DCA). F1 Circuit Sepang- Sepang International Circuit is a motorsport race track in Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia. It is located near Kuala Lumpur International Airport, approximately 60 km south of the capital city of Kuala Lumpur. It is the venue used for the Formula One Malaysian Grand Prix, A1 Grand Prix, Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix and other major motorsport events. Gradmalaysia.com- Owned by GTI Media, Malaysia gradmalaysia.com is a firm that helps students in Malaysia to source jobs upon graduate and post graduate studies. Gradmalaysia will be a great source of information for Indian students who prefers to study at a later stage in Malaysia. OIT students can make use of the opportunity to learn more about studying and working in Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong from GTI Media staff. AISEC Malaysia- AIESEC is an international non-profit organization that provides students with leadership training and internship opportunities. Its international office is in Rotterdam, Netherlands. AIESEC network includes over 86,000 members in 113 countries and territories. It is the largest students run organization in the world, being present in over 2,400 universities across the globe, provides more than 24,000 leadership experiences to its members and sends students and graduates on 20,000 international exchanges yearly. MATRADE Exhibition and Convention Centre (MECC) - MECC is a trade Centre, exhibition hall, and convention centre in the City of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. MECC, established by MATRADE (Malaysian External Trade Development Corporation), provides convention facilities, exhibition halls, and meeting rooms.
  • www.dasiaedu.com D’Asia OIT Application Procedure Notes: 1. A minimum of 10 students accompanied by a minimum of 1 management staff/lecturer is COMPULSORY for any OIT. D’Asia offers a FULL COMPLIMENTARY package to 1 management staff/lecturer for every 10 OIT students. If the college/university sends a group of 40 or more OIT students D’Asia offers FULL COMPLIMENTARY package to 5 management staff/lecturers. 2. Detailed itinerary of the OIT will only be provided upon confirmation from the university/college management. 3. Not all the above listed industrial and leisure spots will be visited by all OIT batches. Upon discussion with the respective university/college authorities D’Asia will confirm the exact number and spots of visit. 4. University/College need to confirm the number and list of students, preferred month of travel (preferably exact week) and full payment at least 2 months in advance to D’Asia office. Please be reminded that upon official confirmation and payment from the college management, no cancellation or postponement of OIT is allowed and if any such case happens refund is not offered/allowed either in partial or full. 5. The package includes flight tickets in Air Asia, Malaysian social visit visa fee, processing fee, 3 to 4 Star Hotel Accommodation in Kuala Lumpur, breakfast, dinner, sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur and Genting, entry passes to major attractions, transportation throughout the trip in Malaysia and Malaysian registered tour guide fee. 6. The package excludes lunch expenses. 7. The package price is INR.45, 000/- all inclusive per student at the time of printing of this document. D’Asia conducts OIT Presentation at University/College campus Interested University/College contacts D’Asia office Preferred Week of travel is fixed upon mutual consent University/College Submits the Documents, Confirmed list of students & staff and Full Payment within the prefixed deadline Visa processing and related procedures will take place from 1 to 2 months D’Asia confirms with the University/College on the ‘Exact Itinerary’. A Pre-Departure briefing will be conducted upon request.
  • www.dasiaedu.com D’Asia OIT Itinerary OIT Students will be accompanied by D’Asia Representatives at Cochin International Airport on the day of traveling to ensure smooth departure procedures. Day 1: Upon arrival at LCCT airport in Malaysia, OIT students will be greeted and welcomed by D’Asia Overseas Representatives. OIT students will be transferred to hotel in Kuala Lumpur for check-in. OIT students will be taken for a city sightseeing by noon. Students will be transferred back to the hotel after dinner. Day 2: Upon breakfast OIT students will be picked up from the hotel in the morning and will be headed towards Genting Highlands via bus. Students can enjoy the sceneries of Mother Nature enroute Genting Highlands. OIT students will be transferred to hilltop via Cable Car. Local sightseeing will be provided by noon along with a full fledge entertainment at the Genting Adventure theme park. Upon dinner students will be transferred back to Kuala Lumpur. First World Hotel will be visited as a part of OIT Day 3: Upon breakfast OIT students will be picked up from the hotel in the morning and will be headed towards Shah Alam for factory visits. Major production units, golf clubs, TPM, Glenmarie car service centers, MNC offices will be covered during the day. The day ends at the hotel upon dinner. Day 4: Upon breakfast OIT students will be picked up from the hotel in the morning and will be headed towards Cyberjaya. MDEC office and MMU are major attraction of this day’s tour. A ride will be provided along Cyberjaya Multimedia Super Corridor (MSC). Towards noon, students will head to Putrajaya- the financial capital of Malaysia for sightseeing and lunch. Mines Shopping Mall will be the day’s final attraction. The day ends at the hotel upon dinner. Day 5: Upon breakfast OIT students will checkout of the hotel. Students will be transferred to the LCCT airport. Enroute the airport, F1 Racing Circuit will be a major attraction for stopover and for some cool photo memories! The OIT team needs to report at the airport early to avoid any unforeseen difficulties at the airport. Note: The above itinerary is a rough outline and specific itinerary for universities/colleges will be generated upon mutual consent of both parties. D’Asia Overseas Education Consultants 3 rd Floor, VR Complex, Near NH-47, Athani Junction, Nedumbasseri, 683585. Kochi, Kerala Office: +91 0484 2477600 Mob: +91 97 44 637038 Email: dasia.india@yahoo.com Web: www.dasiaedu.com