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NASSCOM Webinar attended by Management Faculty


Prof. Shikha Aggarwal & Dr. Indraneel Mandal, Faculty of Department of Management, attended Webinar on "AI skills: what colleges are not focusing on" organized by NASSCOM on May 8, 2020.

As more industries look to Artificial Intelligence to give them an advantage and improve process efficiencies, the demand for corresponding talent will grow to a point where some black-box understanding of AI, and its capabilities, will become a basic expectation from all professionals. The guest speaker for the session was Mr. Prashnat Shukla, MD- Udemy (India & South Asia) who over his career spanning two decades have performed various successful leadership roles in marketing, sales, product management and software development in US and India. He is, currently, the Managing Director for Udemy business for India and South Asia. Udemy, a San Francisco based company, is one of largest and most popular Online learning system offering 100,000 courses from leading experts in tech courses and soft skills courses to 37 million users worldwide through its online portal at

Mr. Prashant Shukla, MD- Udemy (India and South Asia), talked about and addressed the concern of our existential educational framework and whether it serves the capabilities for upcoming disruptions as result of the global pandemic. He discussed various initiatives including Atal Innovation Mission’s AI Base Module for schools, developed in partnership with NASSCOM which does look appealing nevertheless. But are there certain dead spots that the education sector is missing? Further discussion happened about how to find out these gaps, and how colleges need to tackle the problem. Mr. Prashant Shukla, strongly feels that Indian education curriculum of many of the professional and technical courses needs a thoughtful reconsideration in order to incorporate the future needs of the global market. The session was very inspiring and insightful.

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Management Department Faculty conducted SDP for ITS Dental College employees


Dr Charu Chaudhry from Department of Management Studies, ITS Mohan Nagar Campus organized a Staff Development Program on "Service Orientation" for ITS Dental College employees on May 7-8, 2020.


The Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way organizations work and cater to their customers. The program was designed to help ITS staff members understand the changing expectations of students/patients and fulfill the need of delivering excellent service to them as customers.

Dr Charu emphasized upon the value of creating WOW moments in customer service which in turn impacts customer satisfaction. She deliberated upon creativity and idea generation to deliver differentiated service keeping human values in mind. Participants showed a lot of enthusiasm and responded eagerly. They discussed the role/job specific scenarios to develop a better understanding of the changing situation. They were motivated to implement learning from the development module to real life situations to bring excellence in customer service.

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MHRD e sessions from 28th of April to 4th of May’2020


Students and faculty members of the Department of Management of I.T.S College, Ghaziabad attended the e session on NISP for Students and Faculty on the 28th of April.

The speaker for the session was Dr. Dipan Sahu, MHRD IIC. At the two and half hour long session he spoke at length about the National Innovation and Startup Policy 2019 for Students and Faculty. He discussed the thrust areas and highlighted features of the policy. The learning session was replete with start up related insights to the benefit of budding student entrepreneurs. The session focused upon the following relevant information:

  1. the strategies and governance for promoting entrepreneurship, incubation and preincubation support facilities,
  2. nurturing startups, product ownership rights for technologies developed at HEIs,
  3. organizational capacities, human resources and incentives,
  4. creating innovation pipelines and pathways for entrepreneurs,
  5. norms for faculty startups, pedagogy and learning interventions for entrepreneurship.
  6. collaboration, cocreation, business relationship and knowledge exchange and
  7. entrepreneurial impact assessment.  

Management students and faculty of I.T.S college Ghaziabad attended the session on Role and Importance of Pre Incubator by Mr. Mithu Singaram from IIT Madras on the 29th of April. The rich learning session focused on planning an incubator highlighting the key components in planning an incubator covering feasibility study planning, business planning and incubator policies. It focused on initial tasks required of the development team, learning and capacity building, infrastructure and facilities and designing of incubator including space and design. The speaker discussed the difference between preincubation, incubation and accelerator and aspects involving funding and handling of financials of an incubator. The discussion also touched upon the key skills required of incubator staff. He discussed at length elements of an effective mentoring program and key success factors. The session was rich in practical knowledge for students interested in pursuing entrepreneurship.

Faculty members and students of the Department of Management participated in the activity organized under MHRD IIC e session series on the 30th of April on “Hangout with Emerging Innovator & Entrepreneur through MIC & AICTE” with successful entrepreneur Ms. Vandana Thakur from L M College of Pharmacy, Ahemdabad and Mr. Amit Sanjay Loknayak of Institute of Chemical Technology of Mumbai and associated with IIT Bombay as the key speakers. Ms. Thakur discussed at length her innovation AnV-Stat which is a homeostasis formula based Gauze for First Aid Kit highlighting on the vision and mission behind the innovation and the innovative features associated with it. She traced the beginning of her entrepreneurial journey and emphasized on what it means to be a female entrepreneur. She shared the details about the project right from its ideation stage to finding a place in MHRD Innovation Cell nominations and the ensuing accolades which opened doors for funding and international market exposure as well. She also highlighted the essential elements and phases of startups towards educating the listeners. Mr. Amit Sanjay Loknayak focused on the basics of startups from the perspective of student entrepreneurship. He shared his national award winning innovation called PREG V DET kit which is a urine based simple rapid pregnancy detection kit for cattle which was recognized at the MIC POC contest. He also talked about the global recognition that followed and shared his learnings from global communication experts for investor pitch. 

Students and faculty of the Department of Management of ITS, Ghaziabad attended the e session on the 1st of May on Role of Network Enablers in Driving I & E in HEIs  with Ms. Geetika Dayal, Executive Director TiE Delhi NCR as the key speaker. The speaker traced the journey of TiE Delhi NCR since its inception in 1992 and its growth story with its goal of influencing the maximum number of start ups and entrepreneurs through its activities of regular monthly networking meetings, workshops, investor connects, mentoring sessions, forum meetings in education and training and its representations at global events. Towards addressing the stall in business activity on account of the covid lockdown it has:

  • As one of the key enablers of the startup ecosystem, been endeavoring to connect with the quarantined innovators across the country by leveraging the digital platforms.
  • Through series of daily webinars, been facilitating remotely enabled knowledge sharing platforms between startup founders and domain experts.
  • Helped the startups tide through COVID 19 crisis on the back of the strategic guidance and support supplied by top angel investors and mentors.
  • Through online Mentoring Helpline provided regular and constant support to members.

Faculty members and students of Department of management of ITS Ghaziabad participated in the MHRD e session on the 4th of May featuring Hangout with Successful Startup Founder and Learning on Design thinking Approach for Hardware Innovation with Dr. Pankaj Parashar, CEO/Founder Cutting Edge Medical Devices Pvt. Ltd., Indore as the key speaker. The session was titled “Product Design and Engineering for Developing a Product, a Start ups perspective”. The speaker shared the theoretical basics of what is entrepreneurship, what is product and what are its peculiarities. He talked about the meaning, importance and aspects of design through simple self explanatory examples and highlighted the steps of engineering a product through design. He also threw light on his personal journey of innovation and product development with the idea of encouraging start ups and how his start up was incubated by IIT Delhi. Showcasing his innovation called SCINTIGLO- The Appropriate Solution which is a medical device for affordable detection of several kidney related disorders through urine analysis, he shared its Unique Selling Preposition or USP, its utility and shared information on the various evolutionary versions of the product with their advancing features. The talk was highly informative and proved to be a rich learning experience for students aspiring to be entrepreneurs.

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MHRD Leadership Talk


Many faculty members and students of management department attended the highly inspirational talk of Dr. Madhuri Kanitkar, Lieutenant General Indian Army with Dr. Abhay Jere on the 2nd of May. 



Dr. Madhuri lauded the efforts of Indian Army during the current corona crisis and said that the first quarantine facility was set up by the army. The army and corona warriors have multi dimensional roles to play that of soldiers, counselors, teachers, doctors etc. Dr. Abhay Jere shared that Dr. Madhuri was the only woman in army promoted to 3 star General rank. He asked her to provide her insights on how she maintained work life balance to which she responded that right prioritization worked for her. Support from spouse and other family members too have a role to play. She stated that today the environment is more congenial for women to work in army. She gave the example of women friendly measures like six month maternity leave. Today women are ready to assume combat roles which is possible at the level of women themselves- their attitudes, initiatives and at the level of the organization which is more women accepting now for such roles. In the final analysis it is not gender but capability that matters. She spoke at length about her posting related experiences in Kashmir valley and emphasized that for converting the youth sentiment to a pro India one, integration into mainstream was the solution. She discussed the “sadhbhavna” initiative of the army in the valley where they were running training centre for women, health camps etc.
The discussion was motivational not just for female but male students as well with the final message on determination and will being the root cause of success.    
With this particular session in the series the MHRD initiative of generating and issuing certificates for participants attending the session after filling the feedback form was welcomed by students and faculty alike.

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WEBINAR attended by faculty


Prof. Shikha Aggarwal, faculty of Department of Management attended webinar on “Impact of Corona Virus on the Global Economy” organiozed by Office of International Partnerships, Shiv Nadar University


on May 1, 2020 at 09:00 PM (IST). The guest speaker for the session was Prof. (Dr.) V.V. Chari, Professor of Liberal Arts, Department of Economics, University of Minnesota, USA and an adviser at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. He was also the Founding Director of the Heller-Hurwicz Economics Institute.  He has served on the Board of Editors of many journals, including Econometrica, the Journal of Economic Literature and the Journal of Economic Perspectives.

Prof. Chari shared some great insights about the world economy post- CoVid- 19. He shared his opinions and believes that medium range planning for economies post- CoVid- 19 is going to be extremely turbulent as after effects of lockdown will be much visible in the short and medium terms, however he is positive that recovery may happen in the long run. He also appreciated the Indian Central Government and added that India is not actually one big economy but a compilation of many smaller economies in the sense that economy of Maharashtra is much different from that of Tamil Nadu and Delhi, and hence once size fits all is not the way to go certainly. The session was interactive and enlightening with many queries of participants that Prof. Chari handled very nicely.

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Staff Development Program on “Virtual Communication Techniques using Technology”


Prof. Yachna Malhotra of I.T.S - Ghaziabad conducted an Online Staff Development on "Virtual Communication Techniques (using Technology) for the Staff members of Registrar office of Mohan Nagar Campus.

Director Management Dr. Vidya Sekhri share her opening remarks with the participants by highlighting the emerging need and understanding of Virtual Communication and Technical tools for the smooth conduct of Online Education.
The participants were made familiar with the virtual Communication and virtual meetings. The Rules and Guidelines to carry out effective virtual meetings were also discussed. To make participants confident to conduct Virtual meetings the demonstration of Online Platforms like Google meet and Zoom was given by Prof. Yachna Malhotra by using both laptop and their Smart phones.

To overcome the challenges during this pandemic phase of Covid-19, I.T.S Ghaziabad is taking all the initiatives by using the technology to make its employees up-skill and effective virtual communicators as well.

Prof. Yachna Malhotra offered thanks to all participants for their patient listening and active participation during the session. 

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WEBINAR attended by faculty


Prof. Shikha Aggarwal, faculty of Department of Management attended webinar on “Employer Branding” organized by Protouch services pvt. Ltd. on April 30, 2020

The guest speaker for the session was Ms. Janaki Sreenivasan, HR Consultant, Yog Business solutions. She enlightened participants about the significance and role of employer branding for the labor markets and companies. It not only makes a company a good employer but also helps your recruiting team attract and improve the talent pool of applicants as well. Participants enquired about ways and methods for personal branding as well which were maneuvered by the speaker encouragingly. The entire session was filled with a lot of interaction and queries from the participants. It was a very interesting and lively session.

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WEBINAR attended by I.T.S Faculty (April 29, 2020)


Prof. Shikha Aggarwal, faculty of Department of Management attended a webinar on COVID-19 and the Indian Financial System: Impact Assessment & Policy Response  organized by Department of Commerce, Bharati College held on April 29, 2020. 


The guest speaker for the session was Prof. (Dr.) Alok Kumar Pandey, Director, IMS, lal Kuan, Ghaziabad. Prof. Pandey has a glorious career spanning close to 25 years, serving in senior academic & administrative positions in premier institutions in the private sector and Government of India. These include Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management (LBSIM) Delhi, Institute of Management Technology (IMT) Ghaziabad, National Institute of Financial Management (Ministry of Finance-Govt. of India) and Institute of Cost Accountants of India (Statutory Body under Ministry of Corporate Affairs-Govt. of India) where he served as Director of Advanced Studies.

Prof. Pandey endearingly talked about the impact of CoVid-19 on the Financial sector including, insurance, banking and capital & financial markets. He enlightened participants about the upcoming challenges to the SME sector, which will be the one to face enormous challenges recovering from the repercussions of national wide lockdown. He also talked about the monetary and fiscal policy which has undergone changes and adjustments and how these changes may help the economy to come back on track but gradually. The session was undoubtedly very lively and inspiring. All the participants also received e- certificates for participation.

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Faculty attended webinar by ASSOCHAM


Prof. Shikha Aggarwal and Prof. Mansi Singh, faculty of Department of Management, attended webinar organized by ASSOCHAM titled "Cyber Risk and Mitigation" on Tuesday, 28th April, 2020.

Cyber security is a challenge not only for any particular sector or industry but all inclusive. Every business in present contemporary era, is largely dependent on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and with it come the risks associated with web security. The eminent speakers in this session were from different sectors including healthcare, banking and education. Mr. Deepak Talwar, Co-Chairman, ASSOCHAM National Council on Cyber Security & National Security Officer, Microsoft was the moderator for the session including Mr. Debasish Mukherjee, Vice President Regional Sales (APAC), Sonicwall, Prof. (Dr.) Ajay Rana, Senior Vice President RBEF, Amity, Mr. Arvind Sivaramakrishnan, Group CIO, Apollo Hospitals, Mr. Sameer Ratolikar, EVP & CISO, HDFC Bank, and Mr. Shivkumar Pandey, Group Chief Information Security Officer, BSE guests speakers.

Prof. Ajay Rana talked about why education industry is much more vulnerable to cyber hacking. He highlighted that education sector in India uses obsolete technology and lack specialized know how or knowledge about cyber security. He talked about the criticality of the information that we all share over the Internet. Every information we share has the potential to be hacked and used in undesirable manner. Keeping in mind, we must be vigilant and informed about multiple types of cyber risks. He also shared steps in the process of mitigation cyber security risks.  Mr. Arvind Sivarmakrishnan talked about the challenges of cyber risk in healthcare sector which is when actively fighting with CoVid-19 with all their mettle, cyber security is another enormous challenge for the industry. He insisted that cyber security is not just about technology and it’s know- how but also securing in terms of people, policies and programs. He highlighted the issue to ignorance or little awareness and that could be overcome by designing a curriculum around cyber security. He wonderfully spoke about how privacy and security must be inculcated at school and higher education level as other concepts are taught and then only it will come in people behavior and practice. It is an act of responsibility which has to be rationally adhered to. And lastly, Mr. Debasish Mukherjee talked about Boundless Cyber security model which companies can adopt for cyber security management. He also explained the journey of boundless cyber security with much precision and enthusiasm. The session was indeed very insightful and inspiring. 

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Management faculty attended webinar


Management faculty attended Webinar on “Economic Impact of the Corona Virus: CEO View” organized by AIMA.


Prof. Parul Gupta attended a webinar on “Economic Impact of the Corona Virus: CEO View” organized by AIMA. The panel discussion had Mr Sanjay Kirloskar, President, AIMA. Mr Harsh Pati Singhania, Sr Vice President, AIMA and Mr Mohandas Pai, Past President, AIMA as eminent panelists.

The panel discussed the various challenges for business which have emerged due to the corona pandemic. The speakers deliberated specifically about the sectors like automobile, education and SMEs and the respective obstacles which have emerged in current scenario. The speakers also highlighted the various steps which the Government of India should take to mitigate the impact of Covid19 on the economy as a whole.

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International Guest Session organized for MBA


On 25th April 2020, an international guest talk was organized for the students of MBA First Year (Batch 2019-21).

The topic of the session was Business process adaptation: Coping with challenges due to global pandemic. Ms. Anjali Saxena- Cost Estimator and Health & Safety Coordinator, Accuburners Corporation Mississauga Ontario, Canada explained how the organization has adapted to the challenges posed by the global pandemic Covid19. 

The session was graced by Director Management- Dr. Vidya Sekhri and Chairperson MBA- Dr. Anusha Agarwal and was attended by students from MBA I and MBA II. 

During the session, Ms. Saxena discussed in detail various measures the organization has taken across all its functions like manufacturing, HR, Finance and supply chain management among others to ensure that the company, its employees and the customers are not affected negatively in the current scenario.
The steps taken by the Canadian Government to protect the industries marked as essential during the pandemic were also discussed by the guest. The session also witnessed active participation form the students as they raised their queries related to the topic. The explanations and examples given by Ms. Saxena helped in creating a good understanding of the discussion among the students.

The webinar interaction was smoothly conducted online with the help of Google meet platform.   

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Alumni Talk Organized for MBA students


In this lockdown situation when everything comes to a pause,  we at I.T.S with the support of our esteemed Alumni are committed to provide a learning platform to our students.


An addition was made to this with the Alumni talk of one of our alumni Mr. Arun Pathak (MBA 2005-07), Group Sales Head, MY FM on 23rd April, 2020. The focus of the webinar was to enlighten the students with the opportunities in media industry. 

In his talk he discussed the domestic as well overseas opportunities in media in the field of content writer, marketing, sales and HR.

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Webinar organized for PG students


Department of Management I.T.S, Mohan Nagar Ghaziabad organized a Webinar of Leadership Talk series for PGDM & MBA (2019-21) Batch by Dr. Vinod Dumblekar, Director- Mantis  and Founder- Director ISGA, India. He is the only Indian in the International Simulation and Gaming Association on the topic “Business after Lockdown: Methods, Models and Opportunities” on 21 April, 2020.

Dr. Vinod Dumblekar explained that now businesses that use cloud computing will not buckle under the pressure of the corona virus pandemic. For instance, the cloud gives businesses easy access to digital payment methods. It has enabled companies to continue working, by rapidly and securely providing access to business applications to their employees working at home.

Dr. Vinod further emphasized that automation and artificial intelligence will enhance the resilience of supply chains. To create long-term resilience we will likely see further robotic automation and artificial intelligence (AI) within their supply chains. These technologies will reduce manual intervention and hand-offs, cutting transmission risks, and reducing the reliance on humans to work face-to-face.

Dr. Dumblekar suggested that successful businesses will have a combination of resilience and agility. Organizations should harness leading practices and catalyze a joint response to mitigate the effect on business. Adaptive organizations will emerge from this period stronger, wiser and more connected as a global society. Resilience will be at the forefront of every strategy, yet it is agility that will ensure competitiveness, and an ability to respond to the unexpected. At the end of the corporate lecture a special vote of thanks was given to him.

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Virtual Industry Visit & Interaction with Mr. B. S. Shukla, Vice President, Ostwal Group of Industries @ I.T.S Ghaziabad


To supplement learning, PG management students of I.T.S Ghaziabad were taken through a Virtual Industry visit to Madhya Bharat Agro Products Ltd. (MBAPL), Sagar (Madhya Pradesh), followed by interaction with Mr. B. S. Shukla, Vice President of Ostwal Group of Industries. 


MBAPL is an ISO 9001:2015 Certified company, originally incorporated in 1997 as a private sector unit manufacturing Single super phosphate. It was converted to a public limited company and became part of Ostwal Group of Industries in 2004. It is a completely integrated, self-sustained unit having production of Beneficiated Rock Phosphate along with SSP and Sulphuric Acid plant in it. Company uses modern machines and equipment in the manufacturing process with upgraded technology to keep pace with the ever-changing business scenario. The students were given a brief about the process of raw material procurement and virtually taken to different sections including Admin, Electrical, Workshop, SSP plant, Sulphuric acid plant, Packing unit, Dispatch etc.

During interaction with students, Mr Shukla shared the Marketing and Distribution activities of the company. While answering to the questions of students he mentioned the CSR activities being undertaken by the company in the prevailing situation of Covid 19 including supply of Thermal screening, sanitizer, and food packets to the needy sections of the society. He shared that the company is taking all precautionary measures for their staff to ensure safety against Covid 19.

Virtual Industry visit was altogether a different kind of experience for the students which resulted into a great learning.

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Alumni Talk Series on “Career as a Business Analyst” by Mr. Siddharth Tiwari , Senior Analyst, US Capital Market, Alumnus MBA


Department of Management at I.T.S Mohan Nagar during the National Lockdown  organized a Webinar by Alumni, Mr. Siddharth Tiwari , Senior Analyst, US Capital Market , Investment Banking dealing in Hedge funds , Alumnus MBA (2011-13), interacted with the MBA Finance Specialization students on 18th April, 2020. 


He guided the students as to how they need to plan, acquire the skill sets and move towards the career as a business analyst. He also discussed how one needs to be versatile in working and acquiring knowledge across all departments in an organization as a business analyst profile is not just one department specific but one needs to know all departments very well. He also motivated them to work hard as no big dreams can be fulfilled until and unless an equal amount of hard work has been put into. He also discussed on post impact of COVID-19 on the capital market. 
The students also asked various queries which were duly addressed by the speaker. The session was highly interactive and insightful for the students. 

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