CXO MEETS & CONCLAVES

CXO Meets & Conclaves

06-10-18

I.T.S CXO Meet - 2018

The 3rd I.T.S CXO Meet - 2018, on the focal theme: "Digital India: Cyber Security Challenges & Role of CXOs - Way Ahead" was organized by Department of IT on Saturday, 6th October, 2018 at the institute with its inaugural ceremony in Chanakya Auditorium. The event was formally inaugurated with the Lamp Lightening before Goddess Saraswati by the Vice Chairman, I.T.S-The Education Group, Sh. Arpit Chadha, Director-PR, I.T.S-The Education Group, Sh. Surinder Sood, Guests including Shri Anil Gupta, Chairman, NEC Technologies, Shri Subrata Saha, Chief Architect, Cloud Engineering, NEC America, USA, Shri A.V. Chaturvedi, Dy. Director General (Security), DoT, Govt of India and Director-IT, I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey.

In his welcome address, Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group welcomed the guests and said that with India carving a niche for itself in the IT sector, dependence on technology is also increasing. With Indians using the internet for all their needs, ranging from shopping to banking, studying to storing data, cyber-crimes have also increased in proportion to usage .It is the need of the hour that Academia and Industry joins hand together to work closely for mutual existence, sustainability and inclusive growth. He also encouraged all the delegates to learn and listen all the dignitaries so that it can help them in coming time.

Earlier, the Director (IT), Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey presented a brief of this CXO Meet and its theme “Digital India: Cyber Security Challenges & Role of CXOs - Way Ahead” and spoke about the objectives and need of the event CXO Meet-2018. He said that there are so many Cyber Security challenges in India. Due to the increment in the number of cyber-attacks, everyone wants a security analyst who can make sure that their system is secured and to ensure that as a nation we grow and move forward, it is very important that citizens should be aware of the threats and the countermeasures of these attacks while they are in cyberspace.

Shri Surinder Sood, Director-PR, I.T.S - The Education Group welcomed the guests and congratulated Department of I.T. for taking such initiatives where student can directly listen and meet the person who are leading the IT Industry.

Earlier, Dr. Umang Singh presented a brief of this CXO Meet and spoke about the objectives and need of the event CXO Meet-2018.

While addressing the gathering Sh. Anil Gupta said that the internet has become the integral part of today’s generation of people; from communicating through instant messages and emails to banking, travelling, studying and shopping, internet has touched every aspect of life. With the growing use of the internet by people, protecting important information has become a necessity.  Today everyone should be aware about the various threats which are infecting our system while working on the internet. As the number of data networks, digital applications, as well as internet and mobile users are growing, so do the chances of cyber exploitation and cyber-crimes. Even a small mistake in securing data or bad social networking can prove to be extremely dangerous. If accounts are not properly secured, it makes easier for hackers or unauthorized users to spread viruses or social engineered attacks that are designed to steal data and even money. Such types of issues highlight the need for cyber security as an essential approach in protecting and preventing data from being used inappropriately.

Mr. Subrat Saha, Cloud Business Head ,NEC, America,USA while addressing the gathering said that Cloud computing security is a fast-growing service that provides many of the same functionalities as traditional IT security. This includes protecting critical information from theft, data leakage and deletion. He said that Software as a Service (SaaS) opened a flexible and financially attractive door for businesses and consumers to try early cloud services. The growth of infrastructure and platform as a service (Iaas and PaaS, respectively) has expanded the number of cloud solutions available in the public and private sectors. s cloud services increasingly become a de facto part of doing business, we expect data storage to grow exponentially in the coming year. To accomplish this, service providers will bring more data centers online with larger-capacity storage equipment.

While addressing the audience Sh. A.V Chaturvedi ,Dy. Director General(Security) said that (IoT) and artificial intelligence is playing an important role in the tech community. While industry experts anticipate IoT will see its own growth, continuous innovations in real-time data analytics and cloud computing are set to push the internet of everything (IoE) to the fore in coming years. IoE relies on machine to machine communications, data, processes, and how humans communicate with everything in their environment. Cloud computing will play a significant role as the IoE develops into complex systems aimed at simplifying all interactions.

In this inaugural ceremony Meritorious students of MCA(2017-19) and MCA(2017-20) were also felicitated. While addressing the gathering Prof. Puja Dhar, Chairperson-MCA said that the institute has always recognized and appreciated the efforts of our students for their success and achievements. She said that it is proud moment for the Institute in sharing that from many year our MCA students have brought laurels to the institute by placing themselves in Top-10 Merit list of University. Following the same tradition, this year too one of our student of MCA(2016-18)batch Ms. Muskan Abassi have secured 4th position in entire U.P. in MCA course the result of which is recently announced by Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, Lucknow. She was felicitated with Cheque of Rs. 10,000/- , Memento and certificate of appreciation.  On this occasion Top-3 Students of MCA (2017-19/20) batch including Ms. Shraddha Gupta secured First Position, Ms. Varsha Bansal secured Second Position and Ms. Shweta Chaudhary secured Third Position were also felicitated. They have received Scholarship Cheques worth Rs. 15,000/- , Rs. 10,000/- and Rs. 5000/- respectively. Ms. Preeti of MCA(2017-20) secured First position and had received Cheque worth Rs. 15,000/- and certificate of appreciation. Semester toppers and students who have shown significant improvement in the marks over previous semester of MCA-III and MCA-IV Semester were also felicitated with prizes and certificate of appreciation. These students were felicitated by all the dignitaries of CXO-Meet 2018.

Inaugural ceremony was followed by two panel discussions. The first panel discussion was based on the theme “ where dignitaries including Shri Bharat Anand, Chief of Technology, Min. of Home Affairs, Shri Harsh Marwah, Country Head, Chekpoint Software India, Shri Ravinder Arora, CISO, IRIS, Shri Rajeev Kumar Gupta, CEO, Ranchi Mall discussed about the what are the various issue in the IT world which gives birth to various attacks and they also discussed about the security policiesframed by the government for public and private and timely in their methods for detecting and preventing attacks. mechanisms for cyber security. Cloud services can play a role here as well, with managed security service providers offering robust services to businesses that could not otherwise implement full security measures.

The second panel discussion was based on the theme “Shri Upkar Singh, Director (Technology), FIS Global, Shri Balvinder Banga, CIO, Sonata Finance Shri Archie Jackson, Vice President (IS & Technology), Genpact as the panellists. They discussed about the IT Security challenges and also shared some live use cases with the audience. It was an interactive session in which delegates also participated and discussed about many threats and its counter measures. At the end of the session Director-IT, Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey advised all the students to be aware about the new challenges in the Cyber Security. He also shared that there are many job opportunities in this field

At the end of the Meet a workshop on “Cyber Security & Social Engineering” was organized by Shri Archie Jackson, Vice President (IS) & Technology – Genpact which was attended by 124 Students of MCA and BCA Courses. Students enjoyed and well appreciated the session. It was also an interactive workshop in which Mr. Jackson discussed about various threats including viruses, phishing, wishing, spoofing and their countermeasures too.

At the end of the event Director(IT) & Convener of CXO Meet, Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey presented a vote of thanks.

Overall the CXO Meet ended on a success note. About 500+ delegates including guests from Industry, Academia and students attended the event.

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07-10-17

Digital India Conclave-2017

Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi is working for a “New India” by 2022, the 75th anniversary of Independence and focus on the welfare of poor and farmers. Year 2014 was the year of “Make in India and Swachh Bharat”, 2015 was about “Start Up and Stand Up India”, 2016 was “Digital India” and 2017 is now about “New India”.
To have a discourse on this agenda, The Department of IT conceptualized and planned I.T.S Digital India Conclave-2017 on the focal theme of “Opportunities and challenges for New India” on Oct 07,2017.
The Conclave witnessed of different stakeholders of society to discuss, deliberate and understand the emerging role of every dimensions- Industry, media, technology, policy making, consumers and executives from various walks of life.

The conclave was threaded into three sessions
The theme for session 1(Inaugural): Making Technology Work for Everyone with Multiplier Effect

“The proliferation of technology and its enabled services have not only made the life easier of a common man including banking, shopping, communication and sharing of information has reduced the gap of digital divide between privileged background and those who are less fortunate. In this session, eminent speakers from different walk of life shall share how a strategic effort will advance and accelerate the work with the help of technology.”
Eminent guests for the session were

1. Shri Amitabh Rajan,
Ex Addl Chief Secretary
(Home), Govt. of India &
Director - State Trade
Corporation of India,
Govt. of India

2. Air Chief Marshal P.K. Roy(Retd.)
Indian Air Force

3. Shri Rajiv Sodhi,
Advisor-CEO
HCL Tecnologies

Theme for the session -2: Opportunities and Challenges for New India
India has significant inroads to make a New India. It promises the minimum government seeking maximum participation of industry and business in nation building .This session full of learned speakers will focus on sufficiently educating its young people to meet the opportunities and challenges for vibrant India.

Eminent guests for the session were

1. Shri Deepak Bagchi
Head –Smart Data and Enterprise Analytics
(SLK Software) 2. Shri Pravin Kr. Tripathi , Dy CPO ,
Varanasi Division,
Govt of Uttar Pradesh

3 Shri Satyajit Das
Director-Cloud Services
Capgemini 4. Shri Upkar Singh
Director Technology
FIS Global

Theme for session -3: Role of Media in Socio-Economic Growth of India
Political, economic and social factors singly and collectively impact on national development. The role of media is to promote national identity and cohesion. This session has been designed in such a way to present a thought by the expert panellists suggesting that a quality independent media has a positive impact on society in each and every sector.
Eminent guests for the session were

1. Shri Ajay Kumar
Managing Editor
News Nation 2.Shri Anurag Punetha
Senior News Anchor
Lok Sabha TV

3. Ms. Pallavi Tyagi
News Anchor
ABP News

4. Ms. Kanchan Dogra
News Anchor
India News

The Conclave concluded, creating a building block and a road map for Prime Minister’s Vision “New India” and nation as a whole.

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17-09-16

CXO Meet-2016

The 2nd CXO Meet was organized by Department of IT at the institute on Saturday, 17th September, 2016.
The event was formally inaugurated with the Lamp Lightening before Goddess Saraswati by the Guests including Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao, Director – IIT Delhi, Shri Manoj Chugh, President – Tech Mahindra, Shri Srinivas KRD – Executive Director, IBM, Prof. M.M. Pant, Former Pro Vice Chancellor – IGNOU & Founder Chairman – Planet EDU and Dr. Anupam Gupt – Jt. Secretary, Ministry of Comm. & IT, Govt. of India, Dr. R.P. Chadha, Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group, Prof. A.K. Puri, Director General – I.T.S Ghaziabad and Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey, Director (IT), I.T.S Ghaziabad.

In his welcome address, Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group welcomed the guests and said that presently with the developments, fast changing nature of IT applications and the researches, it is the need of the hour that Academia and Industry joins hand together to work closely for mutual existence, sustainability and inclusive growth.
Earlier, the Director (IT), Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey presented a brief of this CXO Meet and its theme “Digital India Mission: Transforming India for Tomorrow” and spoke about the objectives and need of the event I.T.S CXO Meet. He said that to ensure that as a nation we grow and move forward, it is very important that citizens have access to the digital resources on a affordable cost, high degree of availability that creates a next time use experience.
In the beginning of each session, Shri Surinder Sood, Chief Administrator, I.T.S - The Education Group introduced & welcomed the guests. The Guests in all three sessions:
Following Guests Addressed in the gathering of the CXO Meet:
1. Maj. Gen (Dr.) G.D. Bakshi, National Security Expert
2. Dr. V. Ramgopal Rao - Director, IIT Delhi
3. Mr. Manoj Chugh, President (Enterprise Business), Tech Mahindra
4. Mr. Pramod Panda, Principal Chief General Manager, Reserve Bank of India
5. Dr. Anupam Gupt, Dy. Director General, Min of Com & IT, GoI
6. Mr. KRD Srinivas, Executive Director, IBM
7. Dr. M.M. Pant, Chairman, PlanetEDU
8. Mr. Rajiv Garg, Executive Director, BHEL
9. Mr. Ajay Ranjan Mishra, Director (Technology), Ericsson
10. Mr. Hilal Khan, Vice President & Operations Head (IT), Honda Cars
11. Mr. Ashok Sharma, Associate Vice President, Amar Ujala
12. Mr. Sunil Ranjhan, Global Head (HR) - APMEA of Apollo Tyres Ltd
13. Dr. Kumar Padmanabh, Lead Scientist (IoT), BOSCH
14. Ms. Karnika Seth, Cyber Law Expert, Seth Associates
15. Mr. Rajan Agarwal, Director, Ebix
In the beginning, Chief Administrator, I.T.S – The Education Group, Sh. Surinder Sood welcomed and introduced all the speakers of the CXO Meet-2016. While addressing the gathering, he also congratulated Director(IT), Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey and his team for organizing such a big event.
While addressing the gathering Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group welcomed the guests and said that students are fortunate to listen and meet the visionaries & Top Leaders of Corporate & Academia in this CXO Meet. He very nicely narrated the success story of ………………………… He also congratulated the Department of I.T for the initiation and organizing such a big event.
Director General, Dr. A.K.Puri while addressing the gathering said that the vision and mission of Digital India is to transform India into a digitally empowered society and a knowledge economy. The mission symbolizes the Government of India’s vision for connecting and empowering citizens. He said that this is a great opportunity for all of us to listen the Top Leaders of industry and academia.
Earlier, the Director (IT) & Convener of CXO Meet, Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey presented a brief of this CXO Meet and spoke about the objectives and need of the event I.T.S CXO Meet.
Following Guests Addressed in the Session-1 of the CXO Meet:
1. Dr. M.M. Pant, Founder Chairman, Planet EDU
2. Dr. V. Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi
3. Sh.Manoj Chugh, President (Enterprise Business), Tech Mahindra
4. Dr. Anupam Gupt, Jt. Secretary, Dy. Director General – Telecom Services, Min of Com & IT, GOI
5. Sh. KRD Srinivas, Executive Director, IBM
Speaking as the first Speaker of the first session on the theme “Digital India: Its impact on Socio-Economic & Framework of India” renowned academician, researcher and established scientist, Dr. M.M. Pant said that organizing an event like this is certainly an opportunity to connect the present business leaders with the future CEOs. Dr. Pant emphasized on the fact that presently wealth is created through knowledge and then wealth is re-invested to produce new knowledge and then to understand how new knowledge can be used and applied for generating wealth and the cycle continues. There is a need to create the opportunity which comes out of some existing challenge and find out the solution for the same. This cycle keeps continue to consistent efforts to identifying challenges and working on finding out the solution which will continue to change regularly and thus we cannot afford to be on ease once we develop solution for any identified problem as tomorrow somebody else may come up with better solution and challenge is to keep solution optimal, convenient & easy to use.
Dr. V. Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi while addressing the gathering said that Digital India is an ambitious program initiated by the Govt. of India with an objective to digitally empower the citizens of the country by creating a competent IT enabled infrastructure for effective delivery of services and products.
While addressing the gathering Shri Manoj Chugh, President (Enterprise Business), Tech Mahindra said that India is becoming a robust domestic data consumption market with digital data consumption expected to increase at twice as fast as the worldwide rate from being around 40,000 petabyte in 2010 to 2.3 million petabytes in 2020. He had an interactive session with students and he emphasized on the need for Innovations and then continues to innovate to sustain and assess consistently the Impact of Technology as it will ensure the sustainability.
Dr. Anupam Gupt, Jt. Secretary, Dy. Director General – Telecom Services, Min of Com & IT, GOI in his address, said that being the dream of our Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi ji, it would provide momentum to cover digital infrastructure as a utility to every citizen, digital empowerment with universal digital literacy to common citizen mandated delivery of various government’s services electronically through ‘e-governance’. He also congratulated the Department of I.T for organizing such a big event.
Sh. KRD Srinivas, Executive Director, IBM Digital said that the mission of Digital India is to have High-speed Digital Highways which will unite the Nation, where 1.2 billion connected Indians drive Innovation and Knowledge is strength which empowers the People to access the Information. Technology will ensure that the Citizen-Government Interface is Incorruptible, Quality Education reaches the most inaccessible corners driven by Digital Learning, e-Commerce drives Entrepreneurship, the World looks to India for the next Big Idea and where the Netizen is an Empowered Citizen.
Following Guests Addressed in the Session-2 on theme “ Leading Innovations & Technology: Future Ahead”:
1. Maj. Gen(Dr.) G.D. Bakshi
2. Sh. Sunil Ranjhan, Sr. Vice President(HR), Honda
3. Sh. Rajiv Garg, Executive Director, BHEL
4. Sh. Ashok Sharma, Associate Vice President, Amar Ujala
5. Ms. Karnika Seth, Managing Partner & Cyber Law Expert, Seth Associates
6. Sh. Pramod Panda, Principal Chief General Manager, RBI
While addressing the gathering Maj. Gen(Dr.) G.D. Bakshi said that today we are not afraid of physical attacks on the country but we are worried about the cyber attacks.
Sh. Sunil Ranjhan, Sr. Vice President(HR), Honda said that Digital India mission is an initiative of Govt. of India which aims at Digital Empowerment of citizens and creates an environment through competent infrastructure where the benefits of IT and IT enable tools ITeS are extended to the masses. Such occasions play very crucial role in creating awareness & taking the vision, benefits, provisions and the implementation mechanism through experience, vision, thought & Knowledge sharing by those who are involved in conceptualizing and implementing the same.
Sh. Rajiv Garg, Executive Director, BHEL said that on early public policy in an independent India focused on economic planning, adopting new technologies, and nurturing indigenous science and technology talent. About 50 years down the line, the early 1990s saw a move towards market-oriented economic policies to expand private investment in driving growth. This gave a fillip to the IT and ITeS industry. The 1990s was seminal not only for the IT and ITeS industries, but for the country as a whole. From policies that looked at regulated growth, we moved ahead, buoyed by the winds of liberalization. By the year 2019, 2.5 lakh villages will have broadband connection along with the added feature of phone connectivity.
While speaking to the students, Sh. Ashok Sharma, Associate Vice President, Amar Ujala emphasized on the security of data on the cyber space. He advised students to take care while sharing the data on facebook and whatsapp. He said that today’s youth is having full support of IT and he can take various advantages of it.
Ms. Karnika Seth, Managing Partner & Cyber Law Expert, Seth Associates while addressing the gathering said that in the age of social media and cloud computing, investigation of cybercrimes require data and evidence often located in another jurisdiction. There are widespread phishing attacks, global attacks on infrastructure, transnational organized crimes and cyberwars. Therefore, international cooperation in cybercrime matters is not an advantage but a necessity today. She make audience aware about various IT Law Acts which were regarding sending the obscene pictures, illegal text messages, chatting with wrong intention, videos and many more. She said that especially students while sharing data on net should be aware of its pros and cons. She also said that how involvement of technology is helping the court in solving many cases in a day. She advised students to take advantages of technology rather that to misuse it.
Sh. Pramod Panda, Principal Chief General Manager, RBI also talked about the various pillars of Digital India Mission and advised students to be industry ready products where IOT will play an important role in the coming days.
Following Guests Addressed in the Session-3 on theme “Indian IT Industry- Driving Nation’s Growth at Global Market Place”:
1. Sh. Hilal Khan, Vice President & Operations Head(IT), Honda Motors
2. Sh. Ajay Mishra, Director(Technology), Ericsson
3. Mr. Rajan Agarwal, Director, Ebix
4. Dr. Kumar Padmanabh, Lead Scientist(IOT), BOSCH
While talking to the audience, Sh. Hilal Khan, Vice President & Operations Head(IT), Honda Motors said that By the year 2019, 2.5 lakh villages will have broadband connection along with the added feature of phone connectivity. It is estimated that by 2019, about 1.7 crore young Indians will have proper training in IT, Telecom and electronics. This directly leads to 1.7 crore jobs for Indian Youth in about four years from now. With these developments, India is expected to become the world leader in IT interface with e-Governance and e-services getting maximum exposure.
Sh. Ajay Mishra, Director(Technology), Ericsson talked about many projects taken by their company. He also said that the 5G era is upon us. An era where every person, thing, and use case will be enabled with both seamless connectivity and massive computing power for the very first time, transforming the way we interact with our world. He also talked about the Gartner’s prediction that IoT’s powerful force for business transformation and its disruptive impact will be felt across all industries and all areas of society. This is presumably a great leap forward towards a more efficient lifestyle that will make our lives better, safer and easier.
While addressing the gathering, Mr. Rajan Agarwal, Director, Ebix also that iinitiative on Internet of Things (IoT-GSI) defined the IoT as "the infrastructure of the information society." The IoT allows objects to be sensed and/or controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based systems, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit. Now students have to take up the live projects on IOT and make themselves prepared for the future.
Dr. Kumar Padmanabh, Lead Scientist(IOT), BOSCH being the scientist in the field of IOT, Mr. Kumar said that about in tomorrow’s world, a device will no longer be just a device, but rather one of billions of nodes, communicating via an intelligent network that surrounds us. Any “thing” connected will be a gateway to a virtually unlimited range of new capabilities and experiences, powered by rapid and ubiquitous access to the cloud. From self-driving cars, drones and robots, to wearable devices, to sensors embedded in virtually everything—by 2020 more than 50 billion connected devices will be in use, making our homes, our cities, and our lives richer and smarter. As we speed toward 2020, we must start to connect “things” now, allowing them to become greater than the sum of their parts. He also advised students that they should update their skills in IOT too.
On this occasion, a Souvenir printed on the occasion of this CXO Meet was also released by the eminent guests present on this occasion. The Souvenir comprised of messages from Hon’able Padhma Bushan , Dr. F.C Kohli who is regarded as father of IT Industry in India, Dr. V.Ramgopal Rao, Dr. Anupam Gupt, Dr. M.M.Pant, Sh. Manoj Chugh and other guests from India & Abroad. During the release of the Souvenir apart from the dignitaries on the stage, Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, ITS-The Educations Group, Sh. B.K. Arora, Secreatry, I.T.S-The Education Group, Sh. Surinder Sood, Chief Administrator, I.T.S The Education Group and other eminent speakers of the CXO Meet were also present.
At the end of the event Director(IT) & Convener of CXO Meet, Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey presented a vote of thanks.
Overall the CXO Meet ended on a success note. About 500+ delegates including guests from Industry, Academia and students attended the event.

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28-11-15

National Marketing Leadership Conclave on “Reorienting Marketing: Roadmap for Sustainable Growth” organized by Management Department.

Department of management studies of Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad organized a National Marketing Leadership Conclave on “Reorienting Marketing: Roadmap for Sustainable Growth” on 26th , 27th & 28th November, 2015. With an objective of widening learning opportunities to the learners by creating a sustained marketing euphoria the conclave was planned for three days. The three days of event were full of competitive events for students like marketing Plan competition, Poster making competition, marketing quiz competition, Digital campaign, retail outlet strategy presentation, and retail shows, exhibitions of recent product launches, industry expert talks, and forum interactions.

The marketing conclave was started with the welcome address by Dr. Sapna Rakesh, Driectgor Management and was jointly inaugurated by Mr. Pradeep Kashyap, MD, MART Rural and as a Chief Guest and Mr David Whittenberg, CEO, Innovation Workgroup as a Key note Speaker. Mr Kashyap highlighted the relevance of new set of 4 Ps in modern times. He said that the traditional 4Ps fail to place customers in focus and cover more of the sellers perspective. He proposed the new 4 Ps as – Purpose, Passion, Public and Partnership. Mr David emphasized on need for speed of strategic planning and implementation for Indian companies.

First day of the conclave was full of prize winning competitive events for the students. 62 teams participated in the first round of Marketing Quiz followed by 18 teams in marketing plan competition and 25 teams in poster making competition, 16 teams in Digital Campaign and 15 teams in retail outlet strategy presentation.

Second day of the event witnessed more than 15 companies including Dabur, Parle, Himalaya, Oxford Publication, Live Pure, Royal Enfield, Bisleri, Royal India Vacation, Punjab National Bank and many more representing their new product launches in a retail exhibition.

Third day, the conclave was started with presence and motivational speech of Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman of I.T.S The Education Group and the address of industry experts including Mr Amit Doshi, COO , DNA (Dainik Bhaskar Group), Ahmedabad and Mr Nitish Kumar Rai, Chief Marketing Officer, Burger King. Mr Amit Doshi emphasized on the importance of customers and colleagues in business by sharing few very interesting business stories. Mr Nitish Kumar Rai discussed the importance of a well crafted advertising campaign and highlighted how it can be leveraged by the use of digital technology. He shared promotional campaign of Coca Cola, KFC, HUL and many more to illustrate modern digital marketing practices.

The first forum interaction was on the theme “Digitalization vs Traditional Marketing Practices”. Mr. Kishore Chakraborty, Sr. VP McCann Ericsson was the moderator for the session. Mr. Vinayak Lal, GM, DS Group, Mr. Amit Sahani, Regional Sales Head – Bagrrys, Mr. Kalyan Kumar, Director - Infuse Media & Mr. Aditya Kayastha, Group. Brand Head – Dabur were the other panel members. The debate started with digital vs traditional marketing practices came to an end with the understanding that both the practices complement each other and a smart marketer leverage the marriage of digital and traditional practices to build on.

The second forum interaction was on the theme “Rural vs Urban marketing landscape: A Question of Sustainability”. Prof C K Sabharwal was the moderator for the session. Mr. Mohan Krishnan, Sr. V P, IMRB, Mr. Vivek Malhotra, Sr. VP, Idea Cellular, Dr Ravindra Singh, GM, Chambal Fertilizers, and Mr. Anirban Chaudhuri, Director,Fobulka were the panelist. The entire discussion was woven around how mapping the rural consumer is going to be the key concern area for the organizations of today. How MNCs are trying to leverage the rural potential for their growth and survival.

At the end during valedictory session participants who secured first, second and third positions in various competitive events were awarded with Winner, First runner up and second runner up trophies and certificates. The convener of the conclave Dr V N Bajpai proposed vote of thanks.

Prof. Durba Roy and Prof. Lalit Kumar Sharma coordinated the entire event very well.

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17-10-15

CEO Meet-2015

The first CEO Meet, probably the first in any Academic Institute, was held on Saturday, 17th October, 2015 at the institute by Department of IT.
The event was formally inaugurated with the Lamp Lightening before Goddess Saraswati by the Guests including Dr. M.M. Pant - Former Pro Vice Chancellor – IGNOU and Founder Chairman – Planet EDU), Sri. Pankaj Dubey - Managing Director, Polaris, Sri. Deepak Bhatia – Former COO, Infosys BPO, Sri. Anurag Gour – Director (Marketing), Microsoft India, Vice Chairman – I.T.S The Education Group, Sri. Arpit Chadha and Convener of CEO Meet & Director (IT) of the institute Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey.

In the beginning, Sri. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S – The Education Group welcomed the guests and said that presently with the developments, fast changing nature of IT applications and the researches, it is the need of the hour that Academia and Industry joins hand together to work closely for mutual existence, sustainability and growth.
Earlier, the Director (IT), Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey presented a brief of this CEO Meet and spoke about the objectives and need of the event I.T.S CEO Meet.
In the beginning of the session, Sri. Surinder Sood, Chief Administrator, I.T.S The Education Group introduced the Guests in all three sessions.
Following Guests Addressed in the Session-1 of the CEO Meet:
1. Dr. M.M. Pant, Founder Chairman, Planet EDU
2. Sri. Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director, Polaris
3. Sri. Deepak Bhatia, Former COO, Infosys BPO & Vice President – HCL Technologies
4. Sri. Anurag Gour, Director (Marketing), Microsoft India
Speaking as the first Speaker of the first session on the theme “Indian IT Industry: Future Ahead” renowned academician, researcher and established scientist, Dr. M.M. Pant said that organizing an event like this is certainly an opportunity to connect the present CEOs with the future CEO. Dr. Pant emphasized on the fact that presently wealth is created through knowledge and then wealth is re-invested to produce new knowledge and then to understand how new knowledge can be used and applied for generating wealth and the cycle continues. There is a need to create the opportunity which comes out of some existing challenge and find out the solution for the same. This cycle keeps continue to consistent efforts to identifying challenges and working on finding out the solution which will continue to change regularly and thus we cannot afford to be on ease once we develop solution for any identified problem as tomorrow somebody else may come up with better solution and challenge is to keep solution optimal, convenient & easy to use.
Sri. Pankaj Dubey, The Managing Director – Polaris spoke about the applications of Information Technology tools and services in improving the business processes and functions, in specific context of Automobile Industry. Sri. Dubey talked about the usage and applications of GPS Systems in Automobile sector.
Sri. Deepak Bhatia, former COO – Infosys BPO and Vice President – HCL Technologies, spoke on applications of Healthcare Education. Sri. Bhatia in his address spoke about Innovations, Sustainability and Impact (concept of ISI). He said that there is a need for Innovations and then continue to innovate to sustain and assess consistently the Impact of Technology as it will ensure the sustainability.
Sri. Anurag Gour in his address, said that the ways world is changing, it has transformed the world in a Networked environment. Now the technologies, which are coming up are contributing in making the connectivity and communication efficient. In present context, the challenge is to ensure that, as an organization, you always have the best efficient application with you otherwise you will lagged behind and very soon you may be out of lap. Thus the focus of the Industry is towards making efficient applications, easy to use and convenient for the users without compromising with the quality.
On this occasion, a Souvenir printed on the occasion of this CEO Meet was also released by the eminent guests present on this occasion. The Souvenir comprised of messages from Honorable Home Minister Shri. Rajnath Singh, Minister of State (Independent Charges) for Statistics and Programme Implementation, Government of India, Padma Bhushan (Dr.) & Founder CEO, Former Dy. Chairman and past President – NASSCOM Dr. F.C Kohli, Director (MIR) Research Labs, Aruban, Washington, USA and Articles from practicing professionals of leading IT organizations. During the release of the Souvenir apart from the dignitaries on the stage, Sri. B.K. Arora, Secreatry, I.T.S The Education Group, Sri. Surinder Sood, Chief Administrator, I.T.S The Education Group, Co-convener of CEO Meet Dr. Umang Singh were also present.
In the second session of the event was kept on the theme “Technology Roadmap for Inclusive Growth”. In this session following speakers addressed the gathering:
1. Sri. Sathyanarayanan Venkatraman, CTO, IBM (GTS), Chennai
He talked about the directions in which County is heading and how the technology can help in meeting the aspirations of people. He emphasized about on the need of innovation which can ensure the reach of technology and its benefits to the common man.
2. Sri. Sridhar S, Strategic Advisor – SMAK and Inventors India Research Foundation, Bangalore
Former Director – Asia Pacific and Japan, Dell
Mr. Sridhar, in his address spoke about the eco-business system. The intent of the session was to point out what potentially will happen in future and the areas where one should focus.
3. Sri. Rajesh Rampal, CIO, Aircel
Mr. Rampal spoke on the expansion of Telecom infrastructure in the country and how this infrastructure can be leveraged to extend the benefits of technology and its advantages to the large segment of the society.
4. Dr. Debbrata Nayak, CSO, Huwaei Telecom
Dr. Nayak specifically talked about the security issues present in current networked environment and the ways it can be countered.
The third session of the CEO Meet was kept on the Theme - Integration of Technology with Digital India Mission”. Following guests shared their vision, thoughts and views in this session:
1. Sri. Pavan Malladi, CIO, Dhiraagu Telecom, Maldives
2. Sri. Prakash Kumar, IT Adviser to Tech Mahindra, Bangalore
3. Sri. Bhagvan Kommadi, CTO, Voyzon Technologies, Hyderabad
4. Sri. Joydeep Dutta, Group CTO, CDSL, Mumbai
5. Dr. Sandeep Chaitrath, CEO, Dharmshila Hospital
Overall the CEO Meet ended on a success note. About 500+ delegates including guests from Industry, Academia and students attended the event.

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