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  • 16 Sep 2018
    Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme.

     ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of Department of Management Studies at I.T.S, Ghaziabad, was apparently an ordi... read detail

     ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of Department of Management Studies at I.T.S, Ghaziabad, was apparently an ordinary Sunday with a most extraordinary history lesson. This activity was conducted on 16th September, 2018.

     

    The lesson of the day was on the Stone Age, the earliest part of human history. Aru told the children about the society of those times - how people dressed and hunted and how they worshiped their Gods. Several of the children already had some idea about the topic and joined in the discussion with gusto.

    In the next part, Aru and Anchal quizzed the children on what they had learnt. Those who answered correctly were given toffees.

     

    Finally Dr. Indraneel Mandal decided to familiarise the learners with animal sounds. It was hilarious to observe that whenever the children were asked about a particular animal, they would respond by imitating its sound. By the end of the exercise, however, the children became familiar with the English names for these sounds.

     

    The day’s program ended with the distribution of "Bikano Navratan Mix" and "Mango Bite Toffees".


    Dr. Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers, and guided them in the conduct of the sessions.

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  • 14 Sep 2018
    INCEPTION- 2018, MBA (2018-20) Fresher’s Party

    Evening of 14th September, 2018, was a special occasion; full of fun, imagination, entertainment, surprises and emotions as new batch of MBAwas given a warm welcome by their seniors in a ... read detail

    Evening of 14th September, 2018, was a special occasion; full of fun, imagination, entertainment, surprises and emotions as new batch of MBAwas given a warm welcome by their seniors in a sparkling event ‘INCEPTION – 2018’, the Fresher’s Party. It was a grand success to emotionally connect every ‘fresher’ of MBAprogramme to their seniors and ‘I.T.S Parivar’. The party inculcated the feeling among participants to remain ever new and fresh to take up the challenge of personal & professional life in the days to come.

     

    Million smiles on the faces and high spirit marked the welcome party for the new faces, manifested youth and enthusiasm at its full flow. With beautiful ambience, dazzling lights and foot tapping music, the fresher’s party began with a difference. Ceremonial lamp lighting by the dignitaries was followed by welcome address of Shri Surender Sood, Director PR- I.T.S The Education Group. In his address he advised students to bring a remarkable change in their Professional Life, they shall use these two years to the fullest. Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director- Management suggested students to be always ready to take up the challenges ahead and shared the key attributes of a successful professional.

     

    It was then followed by number of mind blowing performances by the mix of senior and junior students including solo dance, group dance, singing and ramp walks etc. The selection of Mr. & Ms. Fresher was another one of the most striking and awaited events. It was started with a ramp walk of participants followed by their individual introduction. After passing through various rounds, finally it was Mr. Aakash Mishra and Ms. Vidhi Bansal who won the title of Mr. Fresher and Ms. Fresher respectively& Mr. Pranjal& Ms. Chhavi won the title for Mr. Talented & Ms. Talented. Selection of the best out of the rest in all the categories was a hard nut to crack for Prof.Nitin Saxena and Prof.Yachna Malhotra, Judges for this part of event.

     

    The excitement augmented to a joyful high when the seniors and juniors joined the festivities together on the dance floor. And as the mercury began to rise, the dance floor was left open for some unbridled exuberance.

     

    Freshers’ party is all about making the best start to the new academic year! A time of the year to create an everlasting relationship! Everyone left the dance floor with not just tapping feet but the pulsating togetherness of what they went for. The event was very well co-ordinated by Prof. Jyotsna Vaid.

     

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  • 09 Sep 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    On 9th of September, 2018 the activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of I.T.S, Ghaziabad, celebrated the International Literacy Day. The lit... read detail

    On 9th of September, 2018 the activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of I.T.S, Ghaziabad, celebrated the International Literacy Day. The literacy mission is obviously the main driving force behind an activity like Parivartan. We intended to use the day to highlight the importance of literacy in a country like India by distributing a notebook and a pen to every participant to inculcate the feeling of basic education in each one of them.

     

    In the first part of the day’s programme Prof. Lokesh Upreti explained the concept of literacy to the children, pointing out why it was important and necessary. He emphasized that without being educated, people could be easily duped as they would have no way of independently verifying the facts and information provided by others.

    The second part of the plan for the day consisted of ‘Mera Parichay’ – a session to familiarise the children with how to write their names as well as those of their parents in Hindi and English. This turned out to be the most enthusiastic part for the little ones. Almost all of them came up to the two faculty members as well as the student volunteers to make sure that they were writing everything correctly.

     


    In the concluding part, a quiz was held with a view to revise past learning. Prizes in the form of pencil boxes and purses donated by the I.T.S Parivar were handed out to those answered correctly. The excitement was palpable as the children were more than eager to win their chosen ‘gifts’!

     

    The day ended with the distribution of Bikano Namkeen and Mango Bite Toffees among the children. Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

     

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  • 08 Sep 2018
    Utthan Activity " PADEYGA INDIA, TABHI TO BADEGA INDIA " .

    In the series of various sessions conducted under Utthan (CSR Activity), a new session has been organized on 8th September'2018 to celebrate “International Literacy Day” with ... read detail

    In the series of various sessions conducted under Utthan (CSR Activity), a new session has been organized on 8th September'2018 to celebrate “International Literacy Day” with 137 active participants. To make this day memorable and knowledgeable for the students, participants were introduced to MS Office by making them aware to use MS Word and MS Paint on the computer systems.

    Volunteers started the day with a small presentation on MS Office and Importance of Education in India among the children.

    Students were taken to the computer lab1 & lab 2 for practical session where they were explained with the basics of MS Word and then how typing can be done on MS Word was taught by student volunteers. After the practical session at computer labs a competition on the same was held among the students in which students were given a minute to speak on the use of MS Office.

    For the students below 5 years of age “Explain the picture Competition” was organized. In this competition a picture was showed to them, on which they spoke for 40 seconds.

    The session was coordinated by Prof. Nitin Saxena and Prof. Shilpi Vaish and they both discussed the importance of Literacy to the students.

    The Vice Chairman, Mr. Arpit Chaddha Sir felicitated the Program and graced the Program with his presence. In his address sir discussed the importance of literacy. Also sir has also shared about the World Physiotherapy Day which is also celebrated on 08th September every year.

    Director Management, Dr. Ajay Kumar motivates the students to make other people literate. Also he explained why we celebrate this day. He also explained the functioning of UNESCO.

    At the end, 33 little speakers were chosen as winners for fabulous prizes like Pencil Box, Geometry Pouch and Colors, Note books etc.

    The activity concluded with the snacks and the cold drinks served to all.

     

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  • 07 Sep 2018
    Friday Club Activity held at the Management Learning Centre.

    The Friday Club activity for the 7th of September, 2018 involved Prof. C.K. Sabharwal addressing the faculty members on the topic “India: Imminent Changes round the Bend”. Apa... read detail

    The Friday Club activity for the 7th of September, 2018 involved Prof. C.K. Sabharwal addressing the faculty members on the topic “India: Imminent Changes round the Bend”. Apart from the regular faculty members of the institute, Dr S.P. Mishra was also present as a special invitee.

    Prof. Sabharwal started the session with the observation that it is a great thing for a country when citizens start thinking beyond themselves, something that was applicable for India right now. He also made the point that in order to look at the future, it is necessary to consider the past, providing a brief snapshot of India under the Mughals and the British.

    Coming to the India of the present, Prof. Sabharwal mentioned the demographic dividend, which is obviously a major advantage for us compared to many other countries of the world.A pivotal moment was when in contrast to the pyramid suggested by C.K. Prahalad, Prof. Sabharwal stressed on the diamond as the middle class could be broken up into higher and lower income groups. The rich also included a global Indians segment, as evidenced by recent developments.

    Among other notable mentions, Prof. Sabharwal spoke about women empowerment, a new mindset amidst the youth and emergence of small towns as major centers of growth.

    At the same time, Prof. Sabharwal also cautioned against developments like intolerance, resistance to change, reservations, coalition failures, corruption, fading unity in diversity, and lack of transparency and diversity.

    The session came to an end with remarks and observations by Prof. Manoj K. Jha and Dr Mishra. It was a fruitful session as everybody present had a glimpse of the possible future of the nation and the pitfalls involved.

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  • 07 Sep 2018
    Corporate Talk Session by Mr. Amit Sharma for PGDM and MBA (2018-20) Batch.

    Department of Management at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized Corporate Talk on the topic “How your thinking impacts your future” on 7th September 2018 for PGDM and MBA ... read detail

    Department of Management at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized Corporate Talk on the topic “How your thinking impacts your future” on 7th September 2018 for PGDM and MBA (2018-20) Batch.

    The guest speaker was Mr. Amit Sharma, Divisional Head-VRV Business at Daikin Air-conditioning India Pvt. Ltd.

     

    He spoke against the confined thinking behind the dark walls of conservative skies, which advocates limits. Declining the beliefs and boundaries, he approved limitless beliefs.

     

    He also spokes on Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) which according to him is an approach to communication and personal development.Mr. Sharma said that through NLP we create a connection between neurological processes (neuro-), language (linguistic) and behavioral patterns learned through experience (programming), and that these can be changed to achieve specific goals in life.

     

    He explained that classic interaction in NLP can be understood in terms of several major stages including establishing rapport, gleaning information about a problem mental state and desired goals; using specific tools and techniques to make interventions, and integrating proposed changes into the client's life.

    He demonstrated that the entire process is guided by the non-verbal responses of the audience. He took an exercise with the students, in which he established a rapport between himself and the students. Mr. Sharma assisted the students in achieving the desired outcomes by using certain tools and techniques to change internal representations and responses to the world.

    At the end of the corporate lecture a special vote of thanks was proposed for a wonderful and interactive session.

     

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  • 07 Sep 2018
    Workshop on”Export Import Procedure and Documentation” organised by RDC

    The Research Development Cell (RDC) of Institute Of Technology And Science, Mohan Nagar organised a workshop on “Export Import Procedure and Documentation” for the PGDM and MB... read detail

    The Research Development Cell (RDC) of Institute Of Technology And Science, Mohan Nagar organised a workshop on “Export Import Procedure and Documentation” for the PGDM and MBA 2nd Year students at the Dronacharya Auditorium on 7th of September 2018. The speaker for the day was Prof. H.P. Singh, Project Director and Chief Consultant, NIESBUD.

    Prof. Singh began by explaining why exports are important for any country. Specifically he pointed out the need and significance of exports for India. He went on to describe the different items that are exported from India, taking care to single out those items where India has managed to carve out a niche for itself. He also added instances from his own experience not only to emphasise the issue under discussion, but also to enthuse the students to take up the option of being involved in an exports based business.

    In the latter part of the workshop, Prof. Singh spoke about the different kinds of documentation needed for an export business, indicating how and when several of them were required.

    There was a question and answer session at the end where Prof. Singh addressed queries of the students on areas like Letters of Credit and the effects of the Rupee devaluation.

    It was a very informative session where the final year students gained useful perspectives on the export business.

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  • 05 Sep 2018
    Teacher’s Day Celebration by Management Department

    PGDM and MBA students from Management Department of I.T.S Ghaziabad organized Teacher's Day Celebration which marks the birth of the great teacher, Dr. Sarvep... read detail

    PGDM and MBA students from Management Department of I.T.S Ghaziabad organized Teacher's Day Celebration which marks the birth of the great teacher, Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishan on 5th September, 2018 at Chanakya Auditorium of the Institute. The celebrations reverberated with formal Lamp Lighting by Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S - The Education Group, Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director Management, Dr. V. N. Bajpai, Chairperson, PGDM Program, Dr. Anusha Agarwal, Chairperson, MBA Program, Dr. D.K. Pandey, Controller of Examination, Prof. Durba Roy, Head-CRC, Prof. C. K. Sabharwal and Prof. Santosh Kumar Sood.

    On this auspicious occasion our Vice Chairman, I.T.S - The Education Group, Shri Arpit Chadha, appreciated the faculty members for working tirelessly in shaping the dreams of the students. Director Management, Prof. (Dr.) Ajay Kumar also talked about the significance of the day for both the students and the faculty. The students presented gifts, as a token of respect, to their teachers. Cultural programmes were organized by the talented students which enthralled the faculty and the students present in big numbers. The event concluded with a lovely video compilation of the fond memories of faculty and students.

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  • 02 Sep 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    2nd of September, 2018 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad, dawned as an auspicious day, a... read detail

    2nd of September, 2018 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad, dawned as an auspicious day, as preparations were on all around for the celebration of Janamashtami. The gloomy rainy weather seemed to reinforce this point.

    The volunteers for the day were Hitesh Sharma, Abhishek Dwivedi, Bhavendra Singh Kaurav, Kalyani and Megha Nigam.

    Hitesh started the day with a discussion on Vedic maths. He explained the origin of this special approach to solving mathematical problems, and used sums to show how it can be used to simplify big calculations. In order to reinforce the learning, the children were asked to come to the board to solve the examples.

    In the second session of the day, Abhishek decided to explain the origin and significance of Janamashtami. He told the children the story of how Lord Krishna was born to his parents in captivity, and how he went on to vanquish his evil uncle Kansa. An impromptu quiz was held to test the knowledge acquired by the children.

    The day ended with the distribution of "Bikano Namkeen" and "Mango Bite Toffees" among the children. Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

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  • 01 Sep 2018
    Management Faculty attended FDP on Insight of Investment Avenues.

    Prof. Nitin Saxena with Prof. Ankur Ahuja attended a National level Faculty Development Program on “Insights of Investment Avenues” organized by D... read detail

    Prof. Nitin Saxena with Prof. Ankur Ahuja attended a National level Faculty Development Program on “Insights of Investment Avenues” organized by DAV Centenary in collaboration with The Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Faridabad on 01st September, 2018.

    Speakers for the day were CMA Sunil Sigh, Chairman of Northern India Regional Council of The Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Dr. K.P Kaushik, Professor, National Institute of Financial Management, Dr. Ajay Garg, Certified corporate Valuer and Mr. Ravish Bhateja, Motivational Speaker.

    Mr. Sunil Singh elaborated the traditional investment options and their return history with reference to government policies in last 7 years.

    Dr. K.P Kaushik explained the derivative market and about new instruments which can be traded in capital market.

    Mr. Ajay Garg explained that how secondary income can be generated and how much it is important to link the family regular expenditure with savings. He also explained the risk associated with each investment option.

    The purpose of the program was to enhance the understanding about the different investment avenues available in the financial system, so that one can contribute towards the economic development. The program also aimed to enhance the knowledge of capital market and hence to better prepare students as well equipped advisors and investor.

    FDP was very insightful for the participants.

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