Conference

05-04-19

Department of Management organized International Conference ICCSIDTB-2019

Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized two days International Conference on the emerging focal theme Convergence of Social Innovation and Digital Transformation in Business.

The Inaugural Session commenced with the welcome Address of Director Management – Dr. Ajay Kumar and during his address he  stated that today digital technology has radically influenced our life and some organizations are already using it in a manner that were never anticipated earlier. Thereafter, Dr. Manoj Kumar Jha presented a Conference Overview to the audience. Director PR – Shri Surinder Sood emphasized on the urgency of determining the extent to which digitalization should be induced in our lives so that the human – human relationship is not taken away from the society.

The Special Guest of the Inaugural Session, Mr. Charudutta Bodhankar, Academic Director of IDRAC, India focused on the role of digital transformation in Entrepreneurship and how students can convert their great business ideas into start-up venture. The Guest of Honour for the Day, Dr. Rakesh Kumar Joshi, Professor and Chairperson – Research, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi, deliberated that growing population of the country should be supplemented with innovative technology so as to leverage the strength of the nation. He also stated examples of various countries where digital revolution had a significant role in the growth of agriculture and thereby increasing the productivity. The Chief Guest Mr. Ashish Goyal, Managing Director Accenture Technologies Ltd. stated the relevance of speed, persuasiveness, entirety, hyper personalization and constant sense of connectivity among students in this era of rapid digitalization.

Theme of Track 1 was Contribution of HRM in Social Innovations and Business Transformation.

Dr. Amita Srivastava, Director, BRENCIS Group chaired this session with opening remark on the need of Social innovations and Business Transformation. Dr. M. K. Jha emphasized on the need of social innovation and differentiated it with traditional approach of resolving societal problems and challenges in isolation and at the same time emphasized on the role of Human Resource Department  in this endeavor. Dr. Urmila Yadav, from Sharda University, Gautam Budh Nagar and Ms. Tarushi & Ms. Simran from Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies, new Delhi presented their research papers on Role of Value Based Education in Social Innovation and Green HRM respectively. Prof. Shikha Arora coordinated this session with welcoming and introducing the guests and words of gratitude.

Theme of Track 2 was role of Financial sector in Social Innovations & Business Transformation

Dr. Anusha Agarwal set the ball rolling by introducing the topic of the session to the audience. Dr. Ajay Chauhan (Senior Professor, IMT Ghaziabad) emphasised the importance of research for both the students and faculty. He apprised the audience by giving an example of block chain technology and its impact on the finance industry in the future. Second speaker was Dr. Sunil Gupta, Senior Professor (direct taxation and tax planning) IGNOU. He spoke on the topic of various Aspects of taxation individual & corporate. Session concluded with the address of Dr.Uchit Kapoor (Senior Manager ACRC,AIMS New Delhi Chapter& AVP-CLAG, Veritas financial Services New Delhi). He addressed the audience on topic of social innovation for using business & corporate finance, corporate credit, credit management ,syndicate finance, banking and insurance, Behavioural research ,taxation on digital goods, E-auctions.

Theme of Track 3 was Marketing Innovations in Business & Social transformation

The first session of the day was addressed by Dr. Mahua Dutta from NGO-Leeds in Heels, California, USA she apprised the audience with the importance of incorporating social innovation in business practices. The presenters presented their research work on the theme of the session “Marketing Innovations in Business and Social Transformation”. Prof.C. K Aggarwal delivered presentation on role of digitalization on rural development and agricultural innovation, Dr. Lalit Kumar Sharma discussed theme of the track and coordinated the session.

Theme of Track 4 was Role of Digital Transformation in Social Innovations 

Session Chair of this session was Dr. Abhishek Singh, Birla Institute of Technology, Mera. Keynote speaker was Shri Deepak Chaudhary, CEO, Audi Motor

The speaker initiated the discussion on the topic by talking about the digital transformation in automobile industry. He also shared that how enquiry management system and software like emax, facilitates in collecting accurate details about customers   for better service. He shared some very specific examples of various luxurious 4-wheelers.

The session Chair initiated the discussion on the topic by talking about digitalization in the field of finance and highlighted “financial technology” with its applications. He also discussed the advantages of new technologies and how it will help students to gain knowledge about them. Seven papers were presented in this session.

Best Paper Awards in each area were given in valedictory session.

Dr. Vivek Pachauri Co- Convener delivered Vote of thanks to all the guests, management authorities, speakers, presenters, delegates, faculty, staff and students.

The students could have an exclusive opportunity to interact with foreign speakers, resource persons from various institutions and organizations.

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24-01-19

Induction Seminar in association with AIESEC for PG Students

Department of Management at Institute of Technology & Science organized an Induction Seminar in association with AIESEC in IIT Delhi for PGDM and MBA students on 24thJanuary 2019 in Chanakya Auditorium. This seminar was organized with the objective of giving students opportunities in the areas of Global Entrepreneur and Global Volunteer.

AISEC is a global platform for young people to explore and develop their leadership potential. Since their inception, they have engaged and developed over 1,000,000 young people who have been through AIESEC experience. They are a Non-Political, Independent and Not for Profit organization run by students and graduates of institutions of higher education. Their members are interested in world issues, leadership and Management. The internships offered are in the following broad areas: Marketing, Digital Marketing, Sales, Content Writing, Business Development, Graphic Designing, App. Development, Education, Web Development, Education, Accounting and Finance, Human Resources, etc.The recommended countries are: Bahrain, Eqypt, Greece, Indonesia, Italy, Mainland of China, Malaysia, Nepal, Poland, Turkey,  Vietnam and many more.

The Post Graduate students of I.T.S interacted with the team with full enthusiasm and zeal. They were looking forward to opportunities like this in our esteemed Institute and are ready to encash on it very soon.

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18-12-18

Faculty of Department of Management attended SHRM India National Public Enterprises Conference

Dr. D K Pandey and Dr.Charu Chaudhry, Faculty of Management Department at I.T.S , Ghaziabad attended SHRM India National Public Enterprises Conference on 18th December, 2018at the SCOPE Complex, New Delhi. The theme for SHRMPEC 2018 was 'Unite to Ignite'.The objective of conference was to bring together diverse elements of business, strategy, and people, to harnesses the power of unity and thus redefining the future of HR in public enterprises.

The conference commenced with an interesting panel discussion on ‘New Challenges of leadership in the Emerging Business Environment’ highlighting the dynamic business environment anddirect competition of Public organizations  with agile Private Organizations . Mr. Suresh Sethi, MD & CEO, India Post Payments Bank discussed about Igniting Transformational Change. In this session, he shared insights on how to drive change at a transformational level in the organization with an example of Indian post office system. Mr. Prithvi Shergill Advisory Partner, Tomorrow/Smarten Spaces & Former CHRO – HCL deliberated on role of talent analytics in HR and its implementation in PSEs. A panel on Future Ready PSE Leaders explored into what attributes leaders must have, to be Future Ready.Mr.Stephane Michelin, Chief Executive Officer, Sodexo Benefits and Rewards Services, India,  elaborated the relevance of new-age employee benefits in the digital world to keep a highly motivated and productive workforce. Panel discussions also delved into strategies to engage and motivate employees and how to utilize CSR funds for the growth of a new India by 2022. Ms. Garima Garg Director, Deloitte India shared insights on the future of work and HRs changing role. Mr.D.D Misra, President, "Janm" Trust and Former Director HR, ONGC, had drawn very interestinginsights from Indian Mythology, the Ramcharitmanas, focusing on the three attributes of God Hanuman to create learning for employees. Conference also witnessed the launch of ‘A Stranger Truth', book by Ashok Alexander Founder-Director of ‘The Antara Foundation’. He is the man who led the India office of ‘Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’ from its inception in 2003, until 2012 and created Avahan, which became the best ever private prevention program in HIV, and a model of scaling up health delivery.

In nutshell, the conference was an eye opener on various dimensions of HR as well as PSEs challenges & perspective related to workforce, HR strategies and expectations of all stakeholders including government as one of the key player.

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07-04-18

International Conference on Globalization: Prospects And Opportunities For A New India

International Conference started with the blessings of Goddess Saraswati. The hon’ble Chief Guest was Dr. T. Haque (Chairman: Land Policy Cell, NITI Aayog) while the Guests of honor was Prof. Bikram Keshari Pattanaik, Ms. Priya Deshmukh and the Keynote speakers were Dr Dalip Kumar & Dr. Vivek Kumar.

Honourable Shri Arpit Chaddha (Vice Chairman- ITS The Education Group), Director PR- Shri Surinder Sood, Director Management and the Conference Chair Dr. Ajay Kumar inaugurated the Conference jointly by lighting the lamps before the idol of Goddess Saraswati.

The conference had three sessions – the first was inaugural session and the second & the third sessions were marked for research paper presentations.

INAUGURAL SESSION:

This session started with the address by eminent speakers on the conference theme high lightening Globalization and its impact on India. Speakers talked about “New Ideas in Rural Finance”, “Measurement of Employment & Unemployment”,” Digitalization” etc.

PRE-LUNCH RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTATIONS

The session started with a small presentation by one of the conference sponsors - Pearson - about their company and products.

A panel of four eminent academicians – Dr. Seema Singh, Dr. Ghulam Yashdani, Prof. B.K. Pattanaik and Dr. Vivek Kumar judged the research papers and the presenters who were in a competition to win the best paper award in different categories.
Glimpses of some of the notable papers which got jury’s appreciation are listed below:
Under General Management category different topics were taken up by the presenters under the theme- “Globalization: Prospects and opportunities for new India” such as Analytical Study of Traffic Building Techniques for e-Business, Flipped Classroom Approach: - a Student’ Perspective which included Digital Market, Built Better Relationship, SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

Under Finance category, the research paper was presented by Ms. Manisha Gupta who talked about the factors affecting individual investment decisions in Indian Capital Market taking Delhi NCR region under study. She told about objectives of investor i.e. maximum return, minimum risk, hedge against inflation etc. and constraints such as liquidity, age, time horizon, need regulator income etc. The decision was affected by demographic factors, lifestyle, psychological, risk bearing ability and self image. The sampling design was of random sampling and the questionnaires considered were 42 out of 50 on which survey was done.

Another paper was presented by Ms Shrimoyee Ghosh on “Cross Border Merger and Acquisition: An Analysis”. She talked about Major International and National mergers and acquisitions taking examples of Tata Group, Airtel, and Hindalco etc. She also talked about major merger and acquisition failures and their solutions.

A research paper on “Evolution of growth and microfinance in India” was presented by Neha Roy where she talked about the provisions of financial services to the people who are just above poverty line and those who are below poverty line. She gave a brief of the salient features of microfinance for borrowers from low income group borrowing small amount for short duration, without collaterals and high frequency repayments (more EMI’s). Her survey highlighted the fact that 87% poors do not have access to credit that stands to $30 billion. She discussed the role and challenges of microfinance as well.

The forth paper which got jury’s appreciation was presented by Richa Mishra on the topic “Micro Finance and Regional Rural Bank – Current Scene and The Path Ahead”. In this paper her objective was to study different age groups of rural customers of RRB’s and to study the thinking of rural population towards RRBs. She explained the methods to remove poverty by introducing microfinance. She emphasized the importance of such schemes in rural India.
POST-LUNCH RESEARCH PAPER PRESENTATIONS

Research papers presented in the area of marketing touched various topics. The different topics taken up by the presenters under the theme- “Globalization: Prospects and Opportunities for a new India” included Digital Marketing, Viral Marketing, Flipped Classroom Approach, Factors affecting sustainability of Startups and eNAM – the initiative by the government of India.

Highlights of some of the selected papers are as below:

Research paper presented by Ms. Priyanka Gupta was on “Digital Marketing – A Global Weapon to Overcome Customer Resistance to the New Product”. Her objective was to explore the challenges faced by consumers as well as marketers in launching the new product in the market. There were several hypotheses and the research was based on qualitative analysis. She talked about the various reasons of not adopting the product such as – Lack of Innovations, Risk, Traditional Barrier, Lack of Information (features, advantages and benefits of the product) and Lack of Role Model. She then talked about the overcoming strategies and need of personalization.

Another paper was on “Viral Marketing” where the presenter introduced the various techniques used in viral marketing that enhance the marketing effectiveness on the internet. Presenter explained how it is useful for various startups, students promoters, NGO’s etc. he made the comparison between digital marketing and viral marketing and its advantages over digital marketing.

Dr. Sunita Shukla, under general management category, discussed about Flipped Classroom Approach – A Student’s Perspective. She explained it as a blended learning approach in which the students are provided with the data to be studied beforehand and the classrooms are only for learning the practical aspects of it. She used empirical methodology and considered undergraduates and postgraduates under study through questionnaires. Her data figured that 98% student are comfortable in Flipped Classroom approach. She used ANOVA Test to reach to the conclusion – FLIPPED TEACHING + ACTIVE LEARNING = AMAZING EDUCATIONAL POSSIBILITIES.

The fourth paper talked about the factors affecting sustainability of startups. The several reasons of failure of today’s startups include copying from western culture, higher cost per unit, less revenue per unit, lack of vision and local market impact on customers. The challenges during these startups are fund raising, recruiting talent etc. The presenter gave the sustainable model of startups and the government incentives for startups and concluded the research.

The fifth presenters were Shiva Shah and Shreya Nand who gave the analytical study of eNAM- an initiative taken by government to improve the conditions of farmers. They gave reasons of gap between farm and non farm income such as industrialization, inequality in formation of policy etc. They talked about the Mission 2022 of government and the area of improvement such as Agri productivity, Industrialization, Govt. intervention etc. They studied the Action Plan of government and took into account the primary data collected from the village Karehda near Ghaziabad. They concluded with the benefits and drawbacks of eNAM and current status of the policy implemented.

Research paper in HR presented by Shikha Gupta was on “360 Feedback Method” which talked about supremacy of 360 degree over traditional methods.

Conference came to an end with a valedictory session wherein each winner was given a certificate and a citation for best paper in its category.

BEST PAPER AWARDS

Best Paper in General Management: Dr Sunita Shukla, Ms. Radhika Jain & Ms. Aprajita Srivastava

Best Paper in Finance: Ms. Richa Mishra

Best Paper in Marketing: Mr. Shashank Srivastava

Best Paper in HRM: Ms. Shikha Gupta

Conference concluded with the formal Vote of Thanks proposed by Dr. Rajeev Johari.

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17-02-18

Business Summit 2018

Department of Management studies at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar organized second edition of Business Summit with a focal theme “New Frontiers of India: Skill, Speed and Startups” on Saturday, 17th February, 2018. This summit was one of the leading platform where business, policy-makers, civil society and academia came together to discuss the current trends and challenges in the Indian business landscape.
This second edition of Business Summit was blessed by Hon'ble Union Minister of Commerce and Industry, Mr. SURESH P. PRABHU with a video message wherein he congratulated I.T.S for organizing business summit on a relevant theme for country and discussed about challenges of a talented individual to become an entrepreneur and then a successful business person in India.

Business Summit witnessed the presence of prominent speakers across the industries on the day. Mr. Hemant. G. Contractor, Chairman- PFRDA addressed the gathering as the Chief Guest and Mr. Pradeep Khanduri ,Procurement specialist, CGN INDIA LTD as the Guest of Honor.
Principal partner of the summit was UN Global Compact and summit was also successful in attracting other partners as Ghaziabad Industries Federation, Centre for Education Growth & Research and Ghaziabad Management Association. Main sponsors of the summit were Cox and king and Eggsperts and co-sponsors were Digiperform, Vision express and Yours pizza. More than 50 delegates from corporate & academia registered themselves. Students from Delhi/NCR showed huge enthusiasm by participating till the last session of the Summit. 
The Summit was designed with an inaugural session, keeping focal theme in mind and three different panel sessions focusing on digital marketing, future trends in BFSI sector and role of leadership in revamping organizations for digital age.
Inaugural session commenced with welcome note of Prof Shikha Arora followed by motivational address of Mr. Surinder Sood (Director PR). Dr. Anusha Agarwal gave a brief overview of Summit. After that, Dr. Ajay Kumar (Director Management) set the tone of summit by giving a warm welcome address to all. Mr. Pradeep Khanduri, keynote speaker, beautifully intertwined all three parameters Skill, Speed and Startups in his deliberation. He spoke about internal and external transformation to create an identity as a successful entrepreneur. He also touched upon Internet of Things & Marketing 4.0 to reflect the journey from traditional to digital. Mr. Hemant. G. Contractor, Chairman- PFRDA reproduced facts about demographic condition of India and discussed about the key areas of improvement in financial sectors, pension policies and related challenges in India due to poor pension policies.
Session I
Mr. Anil Kumar (Founder CEO) LOCOVIDA discussed about types of consumers in today’s market, how decision got influenced by various people, how rapidly data getting transmitted on regular basis on the world wide web and insights about digital and intelligent marketing with a reference to Neuro Linguistic Programming and Artificial intelligence.
Mr. Lakshman Kanuga (President corporate affairs) BOTOIL OIL TOOLS INDIA LTD, shared insights about digital disruptions in Oil and Gas industries. He focused upon disruption drivers in form of market dynamics, geopolitical disequilibrium & environmental concerns. He also discussed government initiatives in last 4 years in the field.
Mr. Harsh Kalra (MD) EGGSPERT NUTRI INNOVATION PVT. LTD, talked about journey of an entrepreneur and role of entrepreneurs in building startup culture in India. He provided deep insights related to various challenges of egg industry and value of risk taking in entrepreneurial journey.
Mr. Vipin Singhania (CEO) LSONIC FOODS & SERVICES PVT. LTD, also shared his experience of setting up a venture and the challenges faced by an entrepreneur in initial stages. He briefly discussed about global leaders like Google and Microsoft and their journey to attain the present level.
Session II
Mr. Ajay Deep Khurana (Founding Partner) McKinley Global Advisors took the audience towards cashless economy, which is an outcome of digitalization only. He specifically pointed out development in last 10-15 years indicating scope of numerous opportunities & innovation in India. He spoke about digital revolution like Jio and innovations in Indian Banking Sector.
Mr. Amit Sharma (CEO) Satin Housing Finance Ltd. stated various facts about Housing sector with a reference of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana Urban & Rural Housing Interest Subsidy Scheme. He also mentioned opportunities in housing sector and shared that already Rs 10.8 Lakh cores are invested in Housing Finance in India.
Mr. Kaushal Mehtani (Senior Finance Expert) at McKinsey & Company elaborated various trends in BFSI Sector and the factors to be kept in mind before investing money. He also talked about Skill development in the form of reskill, cross skill and up skill. He emphasized upon customer relationship in era of Digitization & Artificial Intelligence.

Mr. Manoj Kumar Sabat (AVP) IL & FS spoke about infrastructure use in financing sector with a special mention of Hyderabad Airport Project worth Rs 3000 crores. He discussed various problem faced by infrastructure financing and recent innovative financing Methods.
Mr. Gopal Mondal (CFO) at IDFC Foundation painted image of India v/s Rural India (Bharat) in front of audience. He interestingly pointed towards change in the behavior of consumer after Demonetization & implementation of GST. He said even GST changed the Kachaa - Pakka Business (without invoice) scenario. He also shared latest trends in technology impacting consumers.
Session III
Mr. Annirudha Singh, Group President (HR), Monnet Ispat & Energy LTD spoke about digital revolution, virtual organization & challenges related with them. He said that the decision making will be data-driven along with inner gut & feeling in time ahead and intellectual work will be done by machines.
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, Head (HR), IPGCL deliberated upon the digital economy & its impact on life of people. He told about Sweden, 1st Country to adapt to cashless transactions. He stated that transactional HR like EPF, PF etc., would be automated in coming time. He emphasized upon technology updation of HR fraternity in order to imagine the future, design the future & align the future with the present.
Mr. Ashish Pradhan, COO, E-SHAKTI.COM (we design, you customize) highlighted his company’s achievement in getting through the World’s top 100 companies for providing the best quality-customer products. He emphasized upon the role of leadership in making a business successful & addressed the various attributes of leaders that are relevant in digital era.
Mr. Prashant Singh, Vice President, Paytm, gave an insight related to ways of “leading in the times of transformation”. He correlated employability & its potential impact on the several industries, e.g. Google v/s Facebook, Hotel v/s Airlines etc. in the form of first order impact & second order impact by taking the reference of technological advancement in terms of AI, block chain, autonomous cars, foodtech, medicines etc. He advised everyone to rethink about the concept of leaders & the leadership in changing times.
Business Summit 2018 ended with vote of thanks proposed by Prof G K Diwedi.

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29-11-17

ORACLE Web Conference

A Web Conference on "Oracle Cloud and its Integration with new and existing applications for varied segments including SaaS for Mobile Devices and IoT” was done on Wednesday, 29th November, 2017 in New Board Room.

The resource persons were:
1. MrSuanLoke Tan
Subject Matter Expert, Data Integration Solution,
Oracle Asia Pacific
2. MrJatin Thakur
Head of Business Development – Cloud Application Integration,
Oracle Asia Pacific
Following was the broad coverage of the session:
1. Integration and Automation Innovation
a. Oracle Integration Cloud
b. New Class of Adapters
c. Recipe-based Integration
d. Robotic Process Automation
e. Case management
f. Best Next Action Strategy
g. APIMATIC
h. APOI Monetization
i. Native OAuth
2. API Platform Cloud Service
3. Oracle Apiary
4. Oracle Data Integration Cloud Platform
5. Case Study’s
The event was graced by the presence of Director IT Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey, Vice Principal UG Campus Ms. Nancy Sharma and the Faculty Members from PG & UG IT Department.

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18-11-17

ICT Summit 2017

I.T.S National ICT Summit on New India Vision: ICT in Nation Development was organized by Department of IT, I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad on Saturday, 18th November, 2017 and event concluded with grand success.

The objective of this ICT summit was to provide a platform to bring professionals from Industry & Academia and professional societies together to discuss and deliberate on the theme of this event “New India Vision: ICT in Nation Development” which is very important in today’s scenario. This event was a good platform for strengthening Academia Institute-Industry Interface. This event was unique opportunity for all the participating delegates to meet, interact, learn, share & exchange the knowledge & information and provided platform to create avenues for collaborative research in future.

The Summit was inaugurated by Shri Anil Swarup, Secretary to Govt of India, Ministry of HRD, Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman - I.T.S - Education Group, Shri Surinder Sood, Director(PR), I.T.S The Education Group, Dr. Harish Pant - Managing Director (Hampson's Industries), Dr. K.K. Dewan, Vice Chancellor, NIU, Shri Mehraj Dube, Head – Marketing, Zee Media Group, Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey, Director(IT),I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, Dr Umang, Event Convener, Prof. Puja Dhar, Prof Smita Kansal, Co Conveners.

In starting of Inaugural Session, Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S-The Education Group welcomed the eminent guests from various verticals including Media, Industry, Academia. He said that this session will provide an in depth insight of different verticals as how ICT is contributing in the development of the nation. Shri Surinder Sood, Director(PR), I.T.S-The Education Group addressed the gathering. In his address, he discussed about the vision sharing of Top Industry Leaders, policy makers, media and academia will help the delegates of this summit to understand the underlying principles of Digital India & New India Concepts, their perspective and how Industry is prepared to contribute towards it an thoughts which will help them in taking a long way. Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey, Director(IT) also welcomed and address the gathering. He said that this ICT Summit is an initiative of I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad is an attempt in series of efforts to create awareness among masses about Digital Resources, facilities and its potential to empower & inclusiveness to deprived segment with
institutions and the take the nation forward together. Dr. Umang, Convener briefed about an event.

On this occasion MCA Students were also felicitated by the dignitaries which included Ms. Sakshi Tyagi who secured 5th position and Ms. Preeti Singh securing 7th position in Top-10 Merit List of Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow. These students were felicitated with Memento, Cash Prize of ? 10,000/- and Certificate.

Addressing as Chief Guest of event, Shri Anil Swarup expressed his views on responsible uses of ICT to ensure that objectives of New India Vision is achieved. He emphasized on serious engagement with Technology and understand as how we can contributed to take it to masses. During the session, Guest Speakers spoke about changing landscape of ICT and its significance in all facets & human life including Health, Industry, Technology, Business , Media & Governance etc.

While delivering the vote of thanks Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey, Director(IT) thanks to the eminent guests for their benign presence and accepting the invitation in spite of their busy schedule. After the vote of thanks National Anthem was chanted in the presence of dignitaries and faculties, delegates and students.

In second session a panel discussion on the theme “Role of ICT, its significance in Businesses and challenges & opportunities in Media, Academics, IT & HR Sector” with Moderater of the Panel Dr Sunil Kr. Pandey, Director-IT. Other experts of the Panel included Sh. Priyank Dubey, Sr. Journalist, Doordarshan, Dr. Anil Kr. Misra, Chief People Officer, MagicBricks.com, Dr.Sushila Madam, LSR, University of Delhi, Delhi, Shri Manikandan Iyer, Business Head(India), AMD, India.

In this event, post lunch session, following listed four activities were organized:
(1) Paper Presentation (Old & New Seminar Halls in parallel)
(2) Poster Presentation(GCR)
(3) Digital Poster(Lab-7)
(4) Quiz Competition (Prelims - Lab-1, Lab-5 & Lab-6) & Final on Stage in Old Auditorium

In paper presentation activity, Original& unpublished quality papers were invited from prospective authors for including in the Proceedings of the Souvenir with ISBN No 978-81-928555-3-0. All the papers selected, registered and presented in the Summit, were included in Hard Copy of the Proceedings which was released in Inaugural Session of the Summit. In this event, overwhelmed response of student delegates was received from all the courses of our Institute as well as other reputed Institutes in which about 200 Students participated.
The Prizes, Certificates & Trophies were given away in the Valedictory Session to the winners of different activities.

On this occasion, Shri Surinder Sood, Director PR, I.T.S – The Education Group, Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey, Director(IT), I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Umang, Event Convener, Prof. Puja Dhar and Prof Smita Kansal (Event Co-Convener(s)), faculty members, students from different courses of the Institute and also outside the Institute were also present.

It was a great learning for everyone who were present in different sessions and activities of the Summit.

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15-04-17

International Conference on Global trends in Management, Governance and Ethics.

Department of management of Institute of Technology and Science Ghaziabad organised and international conference on global trends in Management, Governance and Ethics on 15 April 2016.
The conference was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Dr Jitendra Kumar Das Director School of Management, New Delhi. Dr A K Puri Director General, delivered the welcome address followed by conference overview by Dr Puneet Kumar.
During his keynote address Dr. Jitendra Kumar Das discussed how management governance and ethics are interrelated to each other. Dr Das discussed how initially computers came into being in India and discussed the evolution of computing Technology and very aptly highlighted the end user and the technology interface. Dr Das also talked about how technology can be used to increase efficiency.

He emphasis that entrepreneurial activity is killed by too many regulations and freedom to do new things, he emphasized that how entrepreneur activity has become social driving force in our country to empower the youth and creating the employment in the economy.
Technical Session:
The technical session was attended by distinguished speaker from the Academics.
Dr Kanhaiya Singh professor GLA University, Mathura, Dr Alok Pandey, Professor Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management, New Delhi, Dr D K Batra Professor IMI, New Delhi, and Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi professor IIFT New Delhi was the main speakers for the session.
The first speaker was Dr. Kanhaiya Singh and he spoke on how banking can change the entrepreneurial ecosystem and how banking can be used to transfer the benefits especially in the social sector to the needy one in the rural area areas.
The second speaker was Dr Alok Pandey has his main focus was on how various financial services have evolved over a period of time and have become an integral part of overall development in our economy.
Dr D K Batra, discussed how marketing and various aspects of marketing can be used to by various start-ups and the existing players in the economy. He said that management governance and entrepreneurship are somehow related to each other and they need not to be seen differently.
The last speaker was Dr. Rakesh Mohan Joshi wherein he emphasized how international trade is evolving over a period of time. He also emphasized the urgency and the need to create a system where in government should promote exports and make the balance of trade more favourable in the long run.
The third session was research paper presentations by participants from various institutes more than 20 papers were presented in different categories of Management function like Finance, Human resource, Marketing, International Business, Information Technology in Management and General Management.
Best paper award was given to
1. Samiran Jana in finance area
2. Chirag Malik in marketing area
3. Prof. Sonika Sharma in human resource area
4. Prof. S.K Tannan in general management area
Conference came to an end with a valedictory session wherein each winner was given a certificate and a citation for best paper in its category.
Conference ended with a vote of thanks given by Dr. Surendra Tiwari.

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21-11-16

International Conference on “Computer Systems & Mathematical Sciences

Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized “Two Days International Conference on Computer Systems & Mathematical Sciences (ICCSMS-2016)” on 18th-19th November, 2016. The Conference was Sponsored/ Technically Supported by Computer Society of India, Dept. of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, Bank of Baroda, ISACA, International Journal of Computer Applications, USA and International Transactions in Mathematical Sciences & Computer.

On Day-1, Eminent Speakers including Shri Anil Swarup, Secretary to Govt. of India, Ministry of Coal & an IAS Officer of 1981 Batch known for his contribution in Ministry of Coal & brain behind reforms in Coal Block Allotment through e-Auction process, Founder Vice Chancellor of GGSIP University, Delhi - Prof. K.K. Aggarwal, Renowned Smart Cities & E-Governance Expert - Shri Shushovon Saha and Prof. Frank Bond from Goldsmith University of London, London addressed the gathering during the inaugural Session. Thereafter parallel Paper Presentations were organized.
On Day-2: Shri M.S. Vilkhu, Chief of Information Security & Head Airtel Africa, Shri Nafees Ahmed - Group CIO Indiabulls Group, Shri Ajay Shrivastava - CTO of OYO Rooms, Prof. MN Hoda, National Chairman - CSI Div-I, Prof. Sanjay Tanwani, Professor & Head - School of Computer Science, Devi Ahilyabai University, Indore, Shri. Praveen Pipara, General Manager at SOPRA Group and other eminent Guests addressed the gathering during the two days of this International Conference.
During the conference, the gathering of the Conference was also addressed by renowned guests & experts through video conferencing. These included : Shri Ajay Kumar, Regional MD, Asia Pacific, Entrusted Datacard(Singapore), Shri S. Sridhar, Vice President, HCL Insys, Singapore, Shri Renato De Castro, Executive Director, Bouman Consultany, Padova, Itlay, Shri. Pavan Malladi, CIO, Dhiraagu Telecom, Bahrain,Shri Pankaj Gupta, General Manager, PSE, Washington, Mr. Gautam Hazari, Worldwide Technical Director - GSMA (Heading 5G Project).
In addition to above Parallel Paper Presentation Sessions were organized on both the days in which Research paper Contributors presented their papers. These sessions were addressed by seasoned academicians.
On Day-2 of the Conference, In afternoon, parallel Paper Presentation Sessions were scheduled in which Research Scholars, faculty members and students presented their Papers which were assessed & evaluated by Team of Session Chairs & Co-Chairs and based on their recommendations Best Paper Awards were given. Best Paper Award ws given to Dr. K.N. Mishra from BIT - MESRA, Dr. S.C. Pandey, BIT MESRA and Dr. Sanjay Singh from Gurukul Kangri University, Haridwar, Uttrakhand.
The Conference was concluded with a grand success witnessing participation of International Guests, Delegates, large number of delegates, Research Scholars and students of UG & PG Programs.

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05-03-16

11th National Conference NGTBES - 2016

On Saturday, 5th March 2016, Department of IT, I.T.S Mohan Nagar Ghaziabad organized 11th National IT Conference on Next Generation Technologies for e-Business, e-Education and e-Society in association with Computer Society of India (CSI), Division-I and sponsored by Netedge Technology Pvt. Ltd. and International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), New York, USA.

Conference was formally inaugurated in the gracious presence of Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group; Chief Guest, Sh. Rakesh Malik, MD, Combine Ways & Former Vice President, Siemens; Key Note Speakers Sh. Harshdeep Marwah, Country Manager, Verizon Enterprises Solutions & Sh. Aniruddha Sen, Enterprise Strategic Advisor, Microsoft India; Sh. Surendra Sood, Chief Administrator, I.T.S – The Education Group; Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Director IT, I.T.S Ghaziabad; Invited Guests, Delegates, and Faculty Members. The proceedings of Conference, containing accepted research papers, was also released during inaugural session. The newly set-up video conferencing facility was also inaugurated at I.T.S Ghaziabad on the same day, wherein all the dignitaries and faculty members were present. Prof. Rakesh Roshan, Co-Convener, NGTBES-2016 presented a brief about the Conference and Prof. Saurabh Saxena, Co-Convener, NGTBES-2016 was the MOC for inaural session.
Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey, Director-IT & Convener NGTBES-2016, welcomed the eminent speakers and guests. He presented an outline of latest happenings in the arena of technological developments and how these developments are impacting business, education and society. He reinforced that technology should reach to all without prejudice. It should be used for the benefit of all strata of society.
In his address, Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group, said that things are changing at a very rapid pace. The educational institutions should adapt themselves as per the industry requirements. He emphasized on a close industry-academia collaboration to churn out industry-ready professionals.
Chief Guest of the event, Sh. Rakesh Malik, MD, Combine Ways & Former Vice President, Siemens, said that Telecommunications industry is playing the role of backbone in providing infrastructure to IT services. He motivated the students to learn new skills and to convert the demographic dividend of India into monetary dividend. He emphasized on the need of skilling Indian youths.
Keynote Speaker, Sh. Aniruddha Sen, Enterprise Strategic Advisor, Microsoft India said that the technological advancements have started to reach the masses. The next era is not of connecting the people rather it will be of connecting the devices. He gave various examples how IT applications are being used in social, business and educational context.
Another Key Note Speaker of the session, Sh. Harshdeep Marwah, Country Manager, Verizon Enterprises Solutions, addressed the audience and shared his various experiences. He narrated his entrepreneurial journey. Sh. Marwah motivated the students to believe in their own capabilities and decisions. He said that we should consider business and technology as two separate entities. These are two complementary things and not the supplementary. The entrepreneurs should focus on creating robust business models and then should think that how technology can make this model more efficient.
The conference was an effort to bring researchers, industry professionals, academicians and practitioners on a common platform to deliberate on latest trends, tools and technologies in the broad-based areas of Business, Education and Society and how Information Technology can play its role in making the things happen.
Conference received papers from authors affiliating to premier institutes like IIT, reputed companies and other universities covering various states of country such as Karnataka, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Delhi etc. These papers were rigorously reviewed for acceptance on various quality parameters and finally 25 papers were shortlisted for presentation in Conference.
Inaugural Session was followed by a Technical Session on "Leveraging IT impact of Next Generation Technologies on Businesses, Education & Society".
The eminent speakers in Technical Session were
• Sh. Ashok Jade, CIO, Shalimar Paints
• Sh. Ashish Bhatia, Program Manager, Microsoft
• Dr. D. K. Tayal, Associate Professor, IGDTUW Delhi
• Dr. T. V. Vijay Kumar, Assistant Professor, JNU

Sh. Ashok Jade, CIO, Shalimar Paints, in his address said that it requires hard work and perseverance for succeeding in any field. He interacted with the audience, especially the students, and said that students should imbibe creativity and innovation amongst themselves. He further emphasized on the need of inclusive and sustainable global development.
Sh. Ashish Bhatia, Program Manager, Microsoft Boston, gave a very knowledgeable talk. He presented a very insightful series of applications developed at Microsoft who are supporting businesses and society at large. There are various newer technological verticals such as Big Data Analytics, Natural Language Processing and Computer Vision that are impacting human life. He presented a notion of seamlessly connected world and technology behind this connection.

Dr. D. K. Tayal, Associate Professor, IGDTUW Delhi spoke on the theme of Artificial Intelligence. He said that nowadays, all the gadgets and devices have some sort of intelligence. We should inspire our students to innovate and do out of box things. He gave an in-depth coverage of Fuzzy Logic and its applications in AI research.

Dr. T. V. Vijay Kumar, Assistant Professor, JNU started his address by differentiating the concept of Database and Data warehouse. Dr. Kumar said that Data warehouse supports redundancy as well as uniqueness with the help of time stamp. He then touched upon various applications and research directions in the field of Data Warehousing.

The technical session was concluded by Prof. Chandra Mani Sharma, Organizing Secretary, NGTBES-2016. Prof. Sharma summarized the key points discussed during the session.

Paper presenters presented their research papers in two post-lunch paper presentation sessions. The session chairs for parallel paper presentation sessions were Dr. Rabins Porwal, Associate Professor, ITS Ghaziabad & Dr. Umang Singh, Assistant Professor, I.T.S Ghaziabad.
During valedictory session of the Conference, Best Paper Awards & Certificate distribution ceremony was held.
The recipients of ‘Best Paper Awards’ were as follows:

• First Prize: Ms. Bhavana, Banasthali University, Jaipur (Rs. 5,000/- Cash, Certificate and Shield)
• Second Prize : Ms. Arnika, SRM University, Ghaziabad (Rs. 3,000/- Cash, Certificate and Shield)
• Third Prize: Mr. Saurabh Pati, NSPG College, Lucknow (Rs. 2,000/- Cash, Certificate and Shield)

Overall, the conference was a great learning experience for all and was well received & appreciated by delegates coming from different parts of country.

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08-11-14

10th National Conference on “Emerging Paradigms of Information & Communication Technologies & its Impact on Society (EPICTIS-2014)

10th National Conference on “Emerging Paradigms of Information & Communication Technologies & its Impact on Society (EPICTIS-2014)”, sponsored by Nvidia - The Leaders in Graphics Card Manufacturing used in Desktops/ Laptops as Platinum Sponsor, was organized the Department of IT at ITS, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad in association with Computer Society of India (CSI) – Ghaziabad Chapter, CSI Division-I & III, CSI-Region-I and technically co-sponsored by International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), NY (USA), International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research (IJSER) , Houston Texas (USA), International Journal of Computer Science Issues (IJCSI), Mauritius on 07th - 08th Nov, 2014 at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad. During the Inauguration of the conference, arrangement of Smart Screen Display for Presentation was facilitated by Omni Solutions.
 
The conference witnessed a GRAND Success and attracted large number of participation. Approximately 300 delegates including students (BCA & MCA Course), presenters, contributors (paid delegates) and invited guests visited ITS Mohan Nagar Campus for this conference.

On first Day (07th Nov, 2014) of the conference a Full Day Workshop on Database Retrieval Mechanism was organized for the students of MCA Course. Sh. Manjeet Singh from Simplex Software Solutions, Gurgaon was invited as Resource Person for the workshop. Within the workshop, Mr. Singh discussed several ways of writing database queries and conducted only the practical session for the students in pre-lunch & post-lunch sessions.
 
On second Day (08th Nov, 2014) of the conference, it was planned to organize in 04 (four) sessions including Inaugural Session, Experiential Session, Technical paper presentation sessions (at 02 places) and Valedictory Session including Award Ceremony & Distribution of Certificates. The conference was inaugurated on this day, i.e., Saturday, 08th Nov 2014 by Honorable Vice-Chairman, ITS-The Education Group, Sh. Arpit Chadha Ji; Chief Guest, Sh. Aditya Sharma Ji, Global Head – DG & CI, Birlasoft (India); Key-Note Speaker, Sh. Sivasankaran Laxminarayanan Ji, Head – Strategic Initiative, Nvidia; Guest of Honor, Sh. Manohaur Kumar Ji, DGM – Sify Corporation and Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey (HOD-IT). During the Inaugural ceremony, the proceedings of the conference (both Hard Copy & Soft Copy) of so called conference (EPICTIS-2014) was released by invited eminent guests along with Organizers/ Editorial committee members of the conference: Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Dr. Rabins Porwal, Dr. Umang Singh, Prof. Rakesh Roshan & Prof. Smita Kansal, in the presence of a huge gathering in the Auditorium of the Institute. On this occasion, representatives of Computer Society of India, NVIDIA, Omni Solutions etc were also present. The gathering was addressed by these eminent speakers during the inaugural session.
 
After the Inaugural Session, Experiential Session on Techno – Societal Impact of ICT was organized in the Auditorium of the Institute in which Dr. Maya Ingle, Professor & Director (Research), DAVV, Indore; Dr. M. P. Singh, Professor, Dr. B. R Ambedkar University, Agra; and Ms. Swati Mehra, Business Analyst, NIIT Ltd. shared their experiences/ thoughts/ views in a very interactive manner with the audience on the theme of the session.
 
In the post-lunch session, Technical paper presentations, in parallel, at 02 places, were conducted separately, and Research Papers on the theme of the conference were presented physically by the presenters who have come from far off places for the only purpose and these papers were evaluated by session chairs and judges of respective sessions; based on which Cash Prizes and Trophies were awarded to Three Best Research Papers in the Valedictory Session & Award Ceremony. These sessions were chaired by Dr. Anurag Jain, Professor at GGSIP University, New Delhi and Prof. Anil Yadav - Head, Department of Computer Applications, CSJM University, Kanpur and Prizes were awarded in the Valedictory Session by Dr. Brijesh Kumar - Professor & Dean at Lingaya's University, Faridabad.
 
Ms. Geetanjali Singh from Banasthali University, Jaipur Campus was awarded First Prize (Cash prize of Rs. 5000/- along with Trophy), Ms. Nivedita Singh from ITS - UG Campus, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad was awarded Second Prize (Cash prize of Rs. 3000/- along with Trophy) and Mr. Amit Aggarwal from Sakshay Web Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Noida was awarded Third Prize (Cash prize of Rs. 2000/- along with Trophy) in the valedictory session based on the evaluation of judges in Technical Paper Presentation Session.
On behalf of ITS Pariwar, We congratulate all the winners and wish all the best for their bright future and extend our sincere thanks to all the contributors for showing their interest in sharing their thoughts in the form of high quality research papers and then visiting ITS for paper presentations and creating competition among themselves and challenge for the Judges.
 

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19-04-14

09th National Conference on “Smarter Approaches in Computing Technologies & Applications (SACTA-2014)

09th National Conference on “Smarter Approaches in Computing Technologies & Applications (SACTA-2014)” was organized by the Department of IT at ITS, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad in association with CSI-Ghaziabad Chapter, CSI-Region I, CSI-Division I and International Journal of Computer Applications (IJCA), USA on 19th April, 2014 (Saturday). The conference witnessed a GRAND Success and attracted large number of participation in terms of research paper presentations from well recognized institutions like IIIT-A, IIT-R, Thapar Univ., GBU, GGSIPU, GB Pant E.C., AMU, JUIT, Galgotia, SRM, Lingaya’s, MITS, ITM, SRMSCET, KIET, ABES etc. from various far off places of country like Allahabad, Roorkee, Pauri, Gwalior, Udaipur, Jalandhar, Patiala, Solan, Gr. Noida, Aligarh, Bareily, Meerut, Delhi, Dehradoon, Modinagar, Faridabad & Ghaziabad etc.. I feel immense pleasure in sharing with you all approximately 80 external participants/ delegates/ presenters/ contributors(paid delegates) including invited guests visited ITS Mohan Nagar Campus for this conference.

The conference was planned in 04 (four) sessions including Inaugural Session, 02 Technical paper presentation sessions and followed by Award Ceremony, Valedictory Session & Distribution of Certificates. The conference was inaugurated by Chief Guest Prof. M. K. Surappa (Director, IIT-Ropar), Prof. Shekhar Ghose (Director General – ITS, Ghaziabad), Dr. Harish Kumar (Director-IT), Dr. B. S. Hoti (Director-Management) and Prof. Sujata Khandai (Principal-UG Campus). During the Inaugural ceremony, the proceeding (Compendium consisting of 71 critically reviewed good quality papers) of so called conference (SACTA-2014) was released by invited eminent guests along with Organizers/ Editorial committee members of the conference: Dr. Rabins Porwal, Prof. Puja Dhar, Prof. Saurabh Saxena & Prof. Chandra Mani Sharma, in the presence of a huge gathering (including faculty members of Dept. of IT (PG & UG) and students of MCA & BCA) in the Auditorium of the Institute.Dr. S C. Bhatia, (Fellow-CSI) was also present in the Inaugural session of the Conference.

Thereafter, Technical paper presentations, in parallel, at 02 places, before the lunch and after the lunch were conducted, separately, and total 40 research papers on the theme of the conference were presented physically by the presenters who have come from far off places for the only purpose and these papers were evaluated by session chairs and judges of respective sessions; based on which Cash Prizes and Trophies were awarded to Three Best Research Papers in the Valedictory Session & Award Ceremony. Sh. Vijay Rastogi, Ex-Chairman CSI-Ghaziabad Chapter & Director, Sisoft and Dr. Arun Sharma, Vice-Chairman, CSI-Ghaziabad Chapter Judged the presentations. Sh. Saurabh Agrawal, Chairman, CSI-Ghaziabad Chapter was present as Guest in the Award Ceremony & Valedictory session.

Ms. Kumud Arora from IPEC along with Mr. Varun Arora was awarded First Prize (Cash prize of Rs. 5000/- along with Trophy), Rajat Sharma along with Akshay Jain from ABES EC, Ghaziabad was awarded Second Prize (Cash prize of Rs. 3000/- along with Trophy) and Poonam Sharma from MITS, Gwalior was awarded Third Prize(Cash prize of Rs. 2000/- along with Trophy) in the valedictory session based on the evaluation of judges in Technical Paper Presentation Session.

On behalf of ITS Pariwar, We congratulate all the winners and wish all the best for their bright future and extend our sincere thanks to all the contributors for showing their interest in sharing their thoughts in the form of high quality research papers and then visiting ITS for paper presentations and creating competition among themselves and challenge for the Judges.
 

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05-10-13

08th National Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies & Applications (NGCTA – 2013)

8th National Conference on Next Generation Computing Technologies & Applications (NGCTA – 2013) was organized at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad by Department of IT on 05th October, 2013. The conference was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Prof. (Dr.) A.K. Nayak, Chairman – CSI Division III, Vice Chairman – I.T.S The Education Group, Key Note Speaker Shri. Rajneesh Kumar SIngh, Asst Registrar for Corporate Affairs (Delhi & Haryana States), Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Govt. of India and Guest of Honor Prof. (Dr.) Dharmendra Singh, Professor & Head (Information Superhighway Lab), IIT Roorkee and Director – IT, Dr. Harish Kumar and Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey Professor & Convener of the Conference by lamp lighting before Goddess Saraswati. This may be noted that every year Department of IT of the institute organizes national conference to provide a competent forum for researchers from academia, industry, research and government organization and in the series this was the 08th National Conference.

Addressing as the Chief Guest, Prof. (Dr.) Nayak spoke on evolution and convergence of different technologies and as a result emerging out various new fields and applications. In his address, Dr. Nayak addressed the issues related to efficient deployment of communication technologies and talked about 4G Networks. He also spoke on redefining attributes from technological perspective, applications of algorithmic developments. While addressing the gathering, Prof. Nayak spoke on various probable application areas and emphasized upon careful evaluation of appropriate technology & issues related to it so that maximum benefits could be exploited.

Addressing as the key note speaker, Shri Rajneesh Kumar Singh emphasized on the need and importance of technology inclusion in e-governance. Shri Singh, in his address, said that with the increased applications of information and communication technologies, there are inherited challenges and concerns are also rising out about securing and providing seamless connectivity among the users. He expressed his serious concerns over research initiatives in the country and emphasized on the need of identifying thrust areas those may lead to a direction which could have potential to work and explore about.

Dr. Dharmendra Singh, addressing as Guest of Honor, spoke on the application aspects of the communication technologies and touched upon various issues related to it. Dr. Singh suggested that only solution in this scenario is to promote innovation and this has to come out of India. Dr. Singh enlighten the audiences with a chronological explanation of technological developments and the future roadmap to be followed. He also spoke on challenges & issues which are related to business organizations and said that off-shored software industry are most disruptive. In his address, Dr. Singh mentioned that existing companies are good at sustaining & innovation but newer are better at disruptive innovations.

In his welcome address, while welcoming the guests, The Vice Chairman - I.T.S The Education Group, Shri. Arpit Chadha, said that communication technologies have changed the way we interact, communicate and transact. These developments and reach of these technologies are revolutionizing the functioning of almost every organization irrespective of their domain in which they are operating into.

In this conference, Call for paper was also issued along with the notification of the conference and overwhelming response was received in the form of research papers. Large numbers of papers, in response, were received from various parts of the country.  After careful scrutiny and review by the experts of review committee, papers were selected for the inclusion in the proceedings of the conference. This proceeding was released by the eminent guests during the inaugural session.

In his concluding address in the inaugural session of the conference, Director – IT, Dr. Harish Kumar expressed his sincere thanks to the Chief Guest, key note speaker and Guest of Honor of this conference. He expressed his confidence that various parallel sessions shall witness high class of deliberations and shall open the new directions of research to the participants. Earlier, Convener of this conference, Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey presented a brief on objectives and structure of the conference.

After inaugural session, a power panel was organized in which various eminent speakers addressed the gathering on different themes. The speaker sincluded Dr. K.K. Biswas from IIT Delhi, Shri. S.K. Kaw, Managing Director – Paramarsh Infotech, Shri. Balaji Venkteshwara – Vice President (Information Security) and Dr. Brijesh from Lingaya’s University, Faridabad.

The conference was concluded with the valedictory session in the afternoon. While addressing as the invited speaker in the valedictory session, Dr. Kumar spoke about the issues and challenges present in the field of communication with business perspective. Mr. Sharma spoke on the developments taking place in the area of mobile computing and elaborated various complex issues with demonstrative illustrations and examples. He also spoke on perspective research areas in the field of mobile computing and technology.

In his concluding address, Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey, Convener of this conference NGCTA-2013, thanked to the guests for their useful and constructive inputs. Dr. Pandey also thanked to all the delegates and participants for their support, participation and contributions in making this conference a success. He also thanked to the members of organizing committee of the conference which included Prof. A.N. Tripathi, Prof. Umang Singh, Prof. Smita Kansal and Prof. Rakesh Roshan who were well supported by the faculty members and students of Dept of IT.

Conference was attended by over 300 delegates from various parts of the country. Earlier Vice Chairman – I.T.S The education Group, Shri. Arpit Chadha and Director – IT formally welcomed the guest and presented them mementoes on behalf of the institute as token of remembrance. On this occasion large number of students and faculty members were also present in the conference.

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21-09-13

Two-day National HR Conference: ‘Responsive HR’ Held on 20th & 21st September, 2013

The two day National HR Conference - ‘Responsive HR’ started on 20th September, 2013 with the inaugural address by Director General Dr. A. K. Puri in which he said that in his more than 37 years of working experience, one thing has been very common and obvious that ‘people (superiors, subordinates and peers) are to be helped and taken care of for increasing their output and efficiency. That is the job of HR, no matter with what name we address it.’ With this interesting and easy to understand proposition, the first day of the conference commenced that was scheduled for the paper presentation by the students in which total 9 teams presented their quality papers.

The second day of the conference i.e. 21st September, 2013, was scheduled for two technical sessions and one panel discussion in which experts from top industries shared their work-secrets, experiences, foresights and future strategies with the audience and participants.

In the inaugural session of the second day of the conference, the Chief Guest Mr. R. P. Singh, Director – HR & Legal, IFFCO, appealed for bridging the employability gap and advised exercises to keep the body and mind fit for bearing the work pressure. He emphasized that an efficient HR professional should know how to emotionally satisfy the employee and the employer both.

Keynote speaker Mr. Pankaj Bansal quite interestingly elaborated world-wide opportunities and challenges before the HR professionals today. He said that there are 30 HR companies listed in US but in India there is none. He gave an interesting and farsighted mantra to future managers – ‘Never under-estimate yourself in long term and never overestimate yourself in short term’ and advised sincerity, hard-work and attachment with the job.

The inaugural session was followed by technical sessions 1 and 2, in which senior HR professionals from top industries discussed the current HR scenario and different HR functions with an emphasis on traditional and service functions of HR.

The topic of technical session – 1 was ‘Current Scenario of HR’ that was beautifully carried forward by Ms. Harpreet Dutta, Executive Director & Chief People Officer, ABC Consultant, who addressed the participants in an interesting and interactive way. Starting with the questions on the basic functions of HR, she discussed total quality management and said that an HR professional should definitely meet the self-expectations. Mr. Manish Srivastava, Director, Emserve, raised a question – ‘Is your EVP equal to CVP?’ where EVP stands for Employee Value Proposition and CVP stands for Customer Value Proposition. He concluded that customer and employee both are important for any organization therefore the employee should have a feeling that the HR department of the company is responsive to them. Mr. N. C. Sharma, Head-HR, Country Inn, was another appreciated speaker of the first technical session who started with the primary functions of HR and said that the way your employee feels is the way your customer feels. He strongly supported the views of Mr. Manish Srivastava, his co-speaker.

The second technical session commenced after the lunch. The topic of this session was ‘Difference in HR functions: Traditional v/s Services’. Mr. Rup Kumar Sengupta, Director HR, PSI started the session with the comparison of traditional and service functions of HR and forecasted future expectations from HR. He advised tactical and proactive approach in all actions with the focus on need. Second speaker of the second session was Mr. K. R. Kaushik, Head – External Affairs, Gujrat Fertilizers, who initiated his address with the question if human is a resource or the controller of resources. He, after comparing traditional and service functions of HR, discussed the role of HR as facilitator in service sector. He advised no discrimination among employees saying discrimination brings disasters.

The two day National conference came close to the conclusion with the panel discussion on the ‘Nature of HR Function in 2020’, which was intelligently and interestingly moderated by the area chair Dr. P.U.B. Rao. The speakers in the panel included Prof. R. P. Ojha, IMI, Delhi; Dr. Subhash Masters, Advisor, Human Capital and Dr. M. S. Rau, Executive Director, ISTD. Moderator Dr. P.U.B. Rao started the discussion with the expected nature of HR function in 2020. He broadly pointed out that future will have more corporate psychologists but the basic functions of HR will remain same. He gave an interesting example of cars saying that we have sophisticated cars today but whether new or old, all cars have a steering, four wheels and a windscreen etc. The proposition put forth by Prof. Rao was followed by Prof. R. P. Ojha who forecasted that in future HR functions will shrink but opportunities will increase. He gave an example of emails which were warmly welcomed years back but are now considered as outdated because people now want instant response devices. Similarly, HR functions will also change and we need to prepare ourselves. Dr. Subhash Masters started with a relieving line that whatever may be the name but HR functions will always be there. He emphasized the need to understand the business models especially the beneficial ones. Dr. M.S. Rau shared his views starting with an interesting note that everyone should have some extent of HR in oneself. He expressed his disappointment for just fire-fighting contemporary functions of HR instead of post-mortems i.e. analysis of cause and consequences. He appealed for redesigning HR functions and refocus on customer satisfaction. This successful panel discussion not only presented eye-opening facts before the participants but also gave them a chance to get their queries and apprehensions answered by the experts.

Soon after the panel discussion, valedictory session of the conference took place in which best research papers were awarded with a trophy and a certificate. The first prize was won by the team of Rahul and Sneha from ITS Institute of Management, Greater Noida; second prize was won by Pradeep & Monika, the PGDM students at ITS, Ghaziabad whereas third prize was bagged by Jalhaj Auny Tawlatt of Stratford University, Delhi campus. Director-Management Dr. B. S. Hothi congratulated the winners, presented the conference overview and the formal vote of thanks. He also congratulated area chair Dr. Rao and the conference coordinators Dr. Puneet Mohan & Dr. Charu for the smooth and effective organization of the conference. And with this, the two day National HR Conference ‘Responsive HR’ ended meaningfully and successfully.

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21-01-12

A two days Finance Conference “Trends in Finance-2012” held on 20-21 January,2012 at I.T.S, Mohannagar, Ghaziabad Campus.

It was inaugurated by honorable Chief guest Prof. Alok Panday- Director Advance studies, AICWAI, Delhi, Director General Prof. A.K. Puri, Director Management Prof. Sapna Rakesh, Conference Convener Dr. Raghavendra Dwivedi and Conference Co-convener Ms. Anusha Agrawal on 20th January,2012.

Dr. Panday emphasized on the integrated progressive strategies in the financial arena keeping in view the technological changes in the year 2012 and onwards for minimizing risk and enhancing the credibility of financial institutions and instruments.

On same day researchers from various places of country have presented their research papers on the different facets of finance arena like Agri Finance, Role of Islamic Finance, Challenges before Public Sector Banks, Indian Family Business Groups, F D I, Micro Finance etc. are highly innovative and thought provoking.

About 31 researchers from different places of country contributed their valuable research papers for this conference and selected papers have been published in the compendium.

The second day of conference i.e 21st January, 2012 was devoted to Industry and Academia experts for the discussions and deliberations in four sessions. In the inaugural session the chief guest Mr. S.N. Mukherjee – CEO IL & FS focused on the new emerging field of Carbon Credits about its mechanism of use and importance as latest trend for Finance 2012. In first technical session Dr. V.K. Seth- Professor, FMS- Delhi and Dr. Girish Chandra Tripathi- Associate Professor, IMT, Ghaziabad deliberated their views on “Innovations and growth in finance with reference to India and Across the Globe”. In 2nd technical session titled “ Changing Role of Banking and Insurance Sector” two guests Ms. Jagrati A.O of New India Assurance and Mr. Snjeev Bindlish- Regional Manager of ORACLE India (P) Ltd. negotiated their dialogues with audience. At the end of session there was a panel discussion on “Challenges in Financial Market-2012”. The panelist were Mr. Kunal, Mr. Naveen Garg, Mr. Gursharan Bansal and Mr. Rajneesh Katariya. Mr. Amit Roy was the moderator of this panel. All panelist discussed in depth about the challenges in Finance-2012. They also pacified the queries of audience very well.

At the end of conference winners of research papers were awarded, the results were as-

Best Paper Under Faculty Category:-

Prof. Kamini Singh, MMH College of Professional Study, Ghaziabad and Prof. Shalini Singh, I.T.S – Institute of Management Greater Noida

Under Student Category

Mr. Avinash & Ms. Vartika Position I
Mr. Pratyush Srivastava & Mr. Shrasta Saxena Position II
Ms. Soni & Mr. Bhuvneshwar Position III

At last Director Management Professor Sapna Rakesh proposed vote of thanks for making this conference great successful.

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17-12-11

National Conference on “HR Agenda for Organisational Excellence amidst Persisting Global Economic Crisis” During 17th December 2011

Department of Management Studies, I.T.S- Management & IT Institute, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized a one day National Conference on HR, “HR Agenda for Organisational Excellence amidst Persisting Global Economic Crisis” on 17th December 2011. The Convener of the seminar was Dr. V. N. Srivastava and Co convener was Prof. D.K. Pandey.

The Conference was divided into four sessions. First session was the inaugural and session-I, Mr. Aseem Handa, Managing Director of Future Step Konferry was the Chief Guest, Dr. H. S. Sharma, a distinguished academician was the key note speaker and Dr. Vishal Srivastava, Head-HR, Pfizer India was the Guest of Honor. The session started with the lamp lighting and saraswati vandana. Director General, Dr. A. K. Puri, delivered his welcome speech on the occasion. Dr. V. N. Srivastava, the convener of the conference presented the overview of the conference and The Keynote speaker, Guest of Honor and the Chief Guest addressed the gathering. The compendium was also released by the Chief Guest Mr. Aseem Handa. Prof. Shikha Arora anchored the session.

Second session was the paper presentation. The session chairperson was Dr. A. A. Firdasi, Dean –FMS, Jamia Hamdard University. Total 4 research papers were presented under faculty category and 5 papers were presented under student category. For student paper presentation the judges were Dr. Mona Sahay and Prof. Vikas Saxena, Faculty of I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad.

Third session was again the paper presentation. The session chairperson was Dr. A. A. D. Kodwani, Professor & Chairperson –IMT, Ghaziabad. Total 8 research papers were presented under faculty category and 5 papers were presented under student category. For student paper presentation the judges were Dr. Mona Sahay and Prof. Vikas Saxena, Faculty of I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad.
Fourth session was the Valedictory Session. The guest for the session was Mr. Ashok Grover, Managing Director of Skill Scape. In faculty category Prof. Meenakshi Gupta from Hierank Business School, Noida won the best research paper award trophy. In student category Ms. Kamakshi from I.B.S, Gurgaon stood first and won a cash prize of Rs. 5000, Mr. Amitabh Mukherjee from IMT, Ghaziabad, stood second and won a cash prize of Rs. 3000 and Ms. Sangeeta, Ms. Khoshboo & Mr. Rishabh from I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, stood third and won a cash prize of Rs. 2000.

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15-10-11

Deptt. of IT organized 6th National Conference on Advancements in Computational Techniques & Applications (ACTA-2011)

06th National Conference on Advancements in Computational Techniques & Applications (ACTA-2011) was organized by Department of IT in association with Computer Society of India (CSI) – Ghaziabad Chapter & digital Learning as media partner at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad on 15th October, 2011. The conference was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Sh. Ashoke Ghosh, President, Delivery Services of GrapeCity India, Keynote speaker Sh. Anil Gupta, CEO, NEC HCL ST Tech Noida and Guest of Honor, Sh. Anup Mandal, C.T.O – HT Media, Director General – I.T.S Ghaziabad, Prof. A.K. Puri and Director – IT, Vineet Kansal by lamp lighting before Goddess Saraswati.

In his welcome address, while welcoming the guests, Director General – I.T.S Ghaziabad narrated the chronological development in the area of computational techniques and their applications. In his address, Chief Guest Mr. Ashoke Ghosh talked about the modern definition of technology, applications of algorithmic developments in aerodynamics & bio-informatics, Sixth sense of computers, metadata, how computers simulate human brain processing thus leading to AI. While addressing the gathering, Mr. Ghosh talked about various probable application areas and emphasized upon careful examination of appropriate technology and issues related to it so that maximum benefits could be exploited.

Speaking as the key note speaker, Mr. Anil Gupta spoke about the technological advancements taking place in IT industry. Mr. Gupta expressed his serious concerns over research initiatives in the country and emphasized on the need of identifying thrust areas which may seem absurd but may lead to a direction which could have potential to work and explore about. Specially talking about the cloud computing and its security issues, Mr. Gupta stressed upon the concerns coming up while keeping crucial data on a cloud without taking appropriate security measures. Mr. Gupta also talked about the cluster computing and developments happening in the area of computer hardware, software and networking to create a competent, meaningful and user-friendly framework which can act as an enabler. He also discussed the efforts put by Japan to tackle Tsunami using technological advancements and many other technologies for further research.

Mr. Anup Mandal, speaking as the Guest of Honor in the inaugural session of the conference, said that, as a human being, we have a tendency to look upon with a complicated perspective while creating solutions. And this complexity increases the need of proper learning of the solutions with some technical know-how. Mr. Mandal stressed upon the need of keeping the approach simpler and in such a way that it is closer to the end users. In his address, Mr. Mandal, shared his experiences and said that information and communication technologies have revolutionized the way we think, act and react whether in personal or professional fronts. He underlined the applications and contributions and impact of it in the electronic and print media and said that most of the popular applications started with their own complexity and subsequently after a decade now those stalwarts have started working to make them simpler and more user-friendly. Mr. Mandal discussed the examples of simplicity in Google browser, yahoo browser - based on category based searching, the first e-newspaper, the newer look of Windows 8, story of Steve Jobs for establishing Apple company & choosing its logo and many other stories of generating ideas.

Call for paper was also issued along with the notification of the conference and overwhelming response was received in the form of research papers. After careful scrutiny and review by the experts of review committee, papers were selected for the inclusion in the proceedings of the conference. This proceeding was released by the eminent guests during the inaugural session.

In his concluding address, during the inaugural session of the conference, Director – IT, Dr. Vineet Kansal expressed his sincere thanks to the Chief Guest, Key note speaker and Guest of honor of this conference, Dr. Kansal expressed his confidence that various parallel sessions shall witness high class of deliberations and shall open the new directions of research to the participants.

After inaugural session, parallel sessions on relevant themes were conducted in which contributors from various parts of the country participated and presented their research papers. These sessions were chaired by Mr. Vijay Rastogi, Dr. Rajeev Agarwal and Dr. Arun Sharma respectively.

The conference was concluded with the valedictory session in the afternoon. While addressing as the first invited speaker in the valedictory session, Dr. Ajay Rana spoke about the need of strengthening the quality of research by academic community to make teaching and research more meaningful. He touched upon various technological aspects to make teaching and learning more effective.

In his address as the invited guest, Mr. Amit Gupta nicely explained the developments taking place in the area of mobile computing and elaborated various complex issues with demonstrative illustrations and examples. Mr. Gupta also spoke on perspective research areas in the field of mobile computing and technology.

In his concluding address, Dr. Vineet Kansal, Director – IT of the institute, thanked to the guests for their useful and constructive inputs. Dr. Kansal also thanked to all the delegates and participants for their support, participation and contributions in making this conference a grand success. He also thanked to the members of organizing committee of the conference, Dr. Rabins Porwal, Prof. Rakesh Roshan and Prof. Smita kansal who were well supported by the faculty members and students of Dept. of IT.

The conference was attended by over 300 delegates including students of ITS & delegates from various parts of the country. Earlier Director General and Director – IT formally welcomed the guests and presented them mementoes on behalf of the institute as token of remembrance. On this occasion large number of students and faculty members were also present in the conference.

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30-10-10

National Conference on Emerging Computing Technologies by Dept of I.T. organized at I.T.S, Ghaziabad

A National Conference on Emerging Computing Technologies was organized at I.T.S, Ghaziabad on Saturday, 30th October, 2010 by Dept of IT. During the inaugural session of the conference, Jt. Secretary – IT, Mr. Shravan Bagaria, Head-Technology and Solutions - Tech Mahindra, Sri Surajit Bhattacharya and Mr. Snadeep Sharma, Vice President, Syscom Corporation were the Chief Guest, Key Note Speaker and Guest of Honor respectively. The event was formally inaugurated by above Guests and Shri Arpit Chadha - Vice Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group, Prof. S.K. Gupta - Director General and Dr. Vineet Kansal – Director – IT by lamp lighting before the goddess Sarawati.Notification of Call for papers was issued at the time of announcement of the Conference. Overwhelming response was received in terms of paper contribution by the researchers from academia and research centers from all across the country covering 14 States North, East, West, and South India giving a flavor of National level in the true sense. In all total140 papers were received in response to Call for Papers covering Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamilnadu, Kerla, Tripura, Maharashtra, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Haryana, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Goa and West Bengal. These papers were reviewed by a review committee and based on their recommendations 45 papers (36 Faculty - ull Length, 09 Student papers-Abstracts) were included in the proceedings published for the conference. The proceeding was released by the Chief Guest of the conference in the inaugural session and the dignitaries present on the dais were also present at this occasion. ter the inaugural session conference was divided into six parallel sessions in which academicians from various institutes presented their works and shared their experience with the delegates. Total 40 Delegates from far off places came to present their papers in parallel sessions organized after the inaugural session in Auditorium, Seminar Hall and New Board Room (adjacent to Placement cell) respectively. Prof. O.P.Singhal and Dr Ajay Rana Chaired the sessions conducted in Auditorium in Pre-Lunch and Post-Lunch Sessions respectively, Dr. V.B. Dhawan and Mr. Arun Singh were the Session Chairs in New Board Room in Pre-Lunch and Post-Lunch Sessions respectively whereas Dr. Monendra Grover Chaired the sessions conducted in Seminar Hall. The entire conference ended with the Valedictory Session in which Director –IT thanked to all present for their contribution in making this even a grant success. The organizing committee of the Conference was well supported by the faculty members, lab staff and students of the IT Department. After the Valedictory Session, all the delegates and participants were issued with the certificates of contribution/Paper Presentation/Participation.

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