The TVS India Internship program, organized by the DCMME/GSCMI Center in conjunction with the TVS Motor Company, was developed in 2006. Providing a unique study abroad internship opportunity in Bangalore, India, this trip assists students in developing a global business perspective while enhancing their resume profiles. Participants have the distinctive opportunity to take concepts learned in the classroom and apply them to real life business situations. Work on this two credit course begins around mid February and culminates with a three week visit to Bangalore, India in May where students work on their projects with TVS mentors and present their final work to TVS Company representatives. Engagement in various cultural experiences are also offered through planned weekend activities (Taj Mahal etc).
The TVS internship is open to management and IE majors with a minimum achievement of a junior grade level, good academic standing in the university. This is a working internship for the serious student who is looking to differentiate themselves from his or her peers. Students are selected based on academic standing, work experience, and exposure to international travel.
Due to Covid the 2020-2021 program was cancelled.
TVS 2019: CONSUMER RULES
TVS 2019: Assess the reasons for Low Market Share (Domestic) for the TVS Apache model in TN & AP states
of India (7%) as against the all India average of 22%
Mauricio Iriondo (IE)
Man Lu (MSSCM)
Anuj Mehta (IE)
Nick Molter (MSBAIM)
Xiaoli Gao (MSHRM)
Shea Thomas (IE)
Project Objective: Highway to success- tracing the turnaround of Royal Enfield India to identify levers for sustainable competitive advantage.
Hannah Little (IE), Adam Myers (MBA)
Project Objective: International Business order processing
Alphonso Myers (MBA), Sarinah (PG in Global SCM)
Christine Rasquina (MBA)
Katie Mullen (IE)
Shea Thomas (IE)
Sharanya Madhavan (IE)
Will Harbert (MBA)
Project Objective: Decision framework to simulate truck availability during session
Sheldon Anderson (MBA)
Project Objective: Improve vehicle loading process and reduce time required per truck for loading
Yating Fang (IE)
Mike Hanson (MBA)
Project Objective: Reduce lead time of IB orders by improving forecasting (Parts Warehouse)
Shree Frazier (IE)
Project Objective: Demand forecasting for domestic SKU/ variants