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GENESIS 2023 -The Business Plan Competition


The third edition of Genesis 2023, the Business Plan Competition at I.T.S Mohan Nagar was held in the afternoon of 21st April 2023.


The inaugural session was at the Dronacharya Auditorium, with the invited guests being Mr Arunadaya Bajpai, COO, IIM Lucknow Enterprise Incubation Centre, and  Mr Praveen Kapoor, Co-Founder and CEO of BeBoss Technology LLP, Global Startup Ecosystem.

The programme started with the ceremonial lamp lighting by all dignitaries present on stage. Dr V.N. Bajpai, Director, I.T.S Mohan Nagar and President, IIC ITS welcomed all the participants. Dr Indraneel Mandal, Coordinator (Startups) at the IIC and Convener of Genesis 2023, outlined the modus operandi of the event. Mr Bajpai and Mr Kapoor spoke from their experience. Dr Timira Shukla, Director, I.T.S School of Management stressed on product development, prototype testing and how a business plan should be developed.

The main competition then proceeded in two tracks. Each venue included participants from both within and outside I.T.S, with several interesting ideas being put forward and discussed threadbare.

The contest had four teams on the winners’ list, with two teams sharing the second prize. The first prize went to Lakshay. Megha and Shivalika from the UG section of I.T.S. Second prize was claimed by a team of IIMT University consisting of Adarsh, Rajat and Priyanka, with Vivek and Ram, PGDM students from I.T.S, being the other team. The third prize was awarded to Abhishek, Adiba, Salil and Tanishka from the I.T.S UG section.

It was a useful learning experience for on and all with the promise of more to come in the future. 

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Visit to Yotta Data Center, Greater Noida,GautamBudh Nagar


Department of IT, I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized a faculty visit to Yotta Data center, Greater Noida, Gautam Budh Nagar. Director (IT), Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey along with all the faculty members of Department of IT visited the datacenter.

Yotta Datacenter is an Indian company that specializes in providing data center and cloud services. Their data center in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, is one of the largest and most advanced data center facilities in India.

Yotta Datacenter in Greater Noida spans over 8.2 million square feet, making it one of the largest data center parks in the world. It has a scalable capacity of up to 150,000 racks, allowing for substantial data storage and processing capabilities.

Mr. Nitin from YottaDatacenter very nicely explained that the data center is equipped with state-of-the-art infrastructure to ensure reliable and efficient operations. It features advanced security systems, redundant power and cooling mechanisms, high-speed connectivity, and 24x7 monitoring and support.While visit to different floors at Yotta Datacenter, he said that the datacenter focuses on sustainability and has implemented various eco-friendly initiatives. The facility utilizes renewable energy sources, such as solar power, to minimize its carbon footprint. It also incorporates energy-efficient technologies and practices to optimize power usage effectiveness (PUE).

Yotta offers a range of services from its Greater Noida data center, including colocation, cloud computing, managed services, disaster recovery, and connectivity solutions. They cater to the needs of businesses across various industries, including IT, finance, e-commerce, healthcare, and more.

The day was full of new learning for all the faculty members.

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Students visit to Aaj Tak Studio for attending panel discussion on ‘Child Education Plan’


The students of MBA and PGDM Courses of Institute of Technology and Science and I.T.S School of Management, Ghaziabad along with Dr. Neeraj Sanghi and Dr. Sanjeev Tandon attended a panel discussion on ‘Child Education Plan’ at Aaj Tak news channel studio situated at NOIDA Film City on 04th April, 2023. The program started with the welcome address by anchor of the program Mr. Sayeed Ansari.

The dignitaries of the program were;

·            Ms. P.V. Sindhu, Brand ambassador of PNB MetLife;

·            Mr. Subhash Chandra Garg, Former Finance Secretary;

·            Mr. Sameer Bansal, Chief Distribution Officer PNB MetLife;

·            Ms. Sanchita Mukherji and Ms. Neha Nagar, Finance Content Creator

The panel discussion focused on financial planning of child education for their dreams. White paper on the theme of PNB MetLife to all citizens of India by Happy and Chhoti Sindhu the mascots of PNB MetLife was released.

Ms. P.V. Sindhu shared her childhood memories and discussed the role of finance planning. Mr. Subhash Chandra Garg shared his views relating to government initiatives related to child education schemes. Mr. Sameer Bansal highlighted the importance of financial security for the children in the scenario of rising education cost.  Ms. Sanchita Mukherji talked about the need of financial planning for children at the earliest. Ms. Neha Nagar gave several examples of financial goals and impact of inflation on financial planning. At the end of the show audience asked few questions to the dignitaries. 

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workshop on “Blockchain Technology, its Application & Career Prospects” at National PG College, Lucknow


Dr Sunil Kr. Pandey (Director-IT & UG) and Prof.Saurabh Saxena invited as resource person to conduct a session on “Blockchain Technology, its Application & Career Prospects” on 25th March, 2023 at National PG College, Lucknow.

In the session, Concept of Blockchain including the blocks, its core components, Block Creation, Contents of a block, Process of addition of blocks in blockchain, Hashing Algorithms Methods, Computing Merkle Roots, Application areas of blockchainetcwere discussed in details.

Student of computer application and faculty members of BCA department attended session. After the session all the queries of students were answered. Prof.ShaliniLamba, Head Computer Application Department shared that session was so much meaningful.

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Management students attended Startup Convergence 2023


Management students of I.T.S School of Management & Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad along with Dr. Indraneel Mandal attended “Startup Convergence 2023” organized by Enterprise Incubation Center (EIC), IIM, Lucknow Noida Campus.

Mr Yamini Bhushan Pandey, MD, IIML EIC, delivered the welcome address. He also spoke about the support offered by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India, Startup India and the Government of Uttar Pradesh.

Mr Amit Trivedi, Head Investments, EIC, talked about the partnership with NABARD, following which Shri S. K. Dora, CGM NABARD, held forth on the Joint Accelerator Programme.

On the anvil was also IIML’s partnership with Microsoft, on behalf of whom Mr Raghav Sehgal provided insights on the latest developments in the technology sector. He enlightened the audience about Microsoft Startup Founders’.

Also on the agenda was the announcement of the partnership between IIML EIC and State Bank of India. Mr Saket Dalmia, President, PHDCCI elaborated on his involvement with the government. The keynote address by Prof. Neerja Pandey, Dean, IIML, emphasised on the strategic partnerships Finally, Prof. Pooja Pandey, who leads the Enterprise HER initiative for women entrepreneurs at IIML EIC, apprised all concerned about the woman led enterprises who had qualified for support from the institution.

Subsequently guests were given a guided tour of the incubation centre on campus. All in all, it was a fruitful day for the participants.

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Faculty member attended FICCI Global Young Leader Submit


Dr. Sunil Kumar Yadav, Associate Professor, MBA Department represented Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad at a conference on the theme “Harnessing Youth Power for an Inclusive, Progressive & Sustainable Future” organized by Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) on Tuesday21th March, 2023 from 10:00 - 06:00 pm, at The Lalit Hotel, New Delhi.

The full day conference was inaugurated by Shri Anurag Singh Thakur, Hon’ble Minister of Sports, Youth affairs and Minister of information and broadcasting, Government of India. The conference was focused on harnessing the young entrepreneurs for sustainable future. Six plenary sessions were conducted spanned over various themes such as:

1.      Youth and innovation – staying ahead of the curve. The key note of the session was delivered by Shri Amitabh Kant,Sherpa-G20, GOI

2.      She Leads- bold vision and brave actions.

3.      Youth and sustainability-balancing development with sustainability.

4.      Amrit kaal ka budget- A joint session with Y20 engagement group of G20 submmit.

5.      Taking up the baton- youth leadership in governance and decision making.

6.      Art, culture and sports- bringing people together

The representatives of industry presented their views on the role of youth in the development of the country. Mr. Amitabh Kant while addressing the gathering states that Indian entrepreneurs should not think only for India rather they should think for the world. Another point which was discussed during the session was that majority of investment to the startups is coming from outside world. We should reduce our dependency on foreign funds. 

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Management faculty presented paper in Multi-Disciplinary National Seminar on ‘Research and Publication Ethics’


Prof. Jyoti Mahajan, Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, presented a Paper titled ‘Ethics in Research Publications’ in Multidisciplinary National Seminar on RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION ETHICS organized by Chaudhary Ranbir Singh University Jind, Haryana, held from March 16-17, 2023.



It was a two days Seminar where academicians and research scholars participated from across the country. Seminar took place in various technical sessions. Papers were invited in different domains as well in different award categories to boost the talent of young researchers.The objective of the Seminar was to create a platform for research scholars and academicians to seek knowledge, learn new research techniques, and receive feedback from eminent academicians.The Seminaroffered constructive feedback and insightful comments to the research scholars for enhancing their research and making valuable contribution to their respective domains.

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Management faculty attended Conference on Propelling Consumption-led Growth Through Value Creation and Innovation


Dr. Sunil Kumar Yadav, Associate Professor, MBA Department represented Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad at a conference on the theme “Propelling Consumption-led Growth Through Value Creation and Innovation” organized by Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) on Monday 06th March, 2023 from 10:00 - 06:00 pm,

at The Lalit Hotel, New Delhi. The Full day conference was inaugurated by Shri PiyushGoyal, Hon’ble Minister of Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs food & Public Distribution & Textiles, Government of India. The conference was focused on understanding the impact of digital on physical modes of marketing. Seven plenary sessions were conducted spanned over various themes such as:

1.      Phygital Commerce – The new mantra for succeeding with Shoppers & Consumers in Retail and success stories of brands in India.

2.      ESG & Industry: Navigating Complexities of ESG Compliance amidst Regulatory Changes & Business Sustainability.

3.      Renaissance of Supply Chain Management in India

4.      Regulatory and Policy reforms to boost Retail, FMCG & E-commerce Sectors

5.      Need for Progressive Indian Cosmetics Regulations- Step change for boosting Growth.

6.      Startups as drivers of growth of FMCG & Retail sector in India

7.      Bridging the online - offline gap: How are CPG & Retail Industries leveraging technologies to win in an AI First world.


The representatives of industry presented their views on the role of digital modes of selling over offline modes. All of them were of the opinion that both online and offline modes of selling and promoting the products are important. They were also of the opinion that one of the other day businesses has to be in both the formats.

All the sessions were informative and offered learning about new modes and techniques of marketing.

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Utthan Club Activity -“Computer Lab activity”


Utthan, a CSR initiative of I.T.S Ghaziabad, Department of Management, organised a "Computer Lab Activity" to conduct a practical session in the Computer Lab for Government School students of class 1st to 8th in the campus on February 28, 2023. 


During the session, all the students were taken to the Computer Lab where they were taught to search on Google and make a presentation on the different topics given to them by PGDM student coordinators. Students learned the basics of MS office also and to make powerpoint presentations using different designs and tools. After making the presentations, students were asked to present their PPTs and were given feedback by the volunteers.

Faculty Coordinators, Dr. Nitin Saxena and Prof. Shilpi Rana along with student volunteers of Utthan Club coordinated the activity and motivated the students to work harder on their computer skills.  

At the end of the day, students were given refreshments.

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Right Mindset for success”


Entrepreneurship Cell of Department of IT organized a session on “Right Mindset forsuccess”on 13 February 2023 for MCA first year students. Total 108 students of MCA attended the session.

The session was taken by Mr. Roopesh Rai, Author, Trainer and Mindset Coach. In the beginning of the session, E-cell coordinator Prof. SaurabhSaxena welcomed Mr. Roopesh Rai.   Mr. Rai covered the following points in his session.

·      How to be aware of our situations/problems?

·      How to accept the current state of mind? Awareness is the key.

·      Belief- what is it? How can we build strong beliefs?

·      How to overcome Limiting beliefs and open our mental blocks.

·      5 key enablers for Success –



Positive Mindset

Values of life

Communication (speaking and written skill)

At the end, E-Cell coordinator Prof. Varun Arora delivered Vote of Thanks. The session was knowledge enriching and students enjoyed a lot during the session. Faculty members of Department of IT were also present during the session.

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“An Open House Session”


Entrepreneurship Cell of Department of IT organized “An Open House Session” on 10 February 2023 for MCA first year students. Total 88 students of MCA attended the session.

The session was taken by Mr. Ritesh Gaur, Director, Projects Fugumobile Limited, China. In the beginning of the session, Director-It Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey welcomed Mr. Ritesh Gaur. In his welcome address, he said that today is the era of startups. For choosing a correct path for success, it become necessary to interact with the people who are actually working in the area. For the same purpose the session was planned.    Mr. Gaur covered the following points in his session.

·     How to be more relevant to the industry?

What skills are to be adopted to become confident?

How to fit into leadership roles.

Traits to have a successful career path.

Importance of communication in corporate culture.

Students should listen others actively.

Should try to speak relevant.

Take feedback to others.

Tools to improve the profile as a programmer.

Prepare the template and upload on github [profile to showcase the skills.

Solve book exercise and update and share with others.

How to decide the role one wants to work with.

At the end, E-Cell coordinator Prof. Varun Arora delivered Vote of Thanks. The session was knowledge enriching and students enjoyed a lot during the session. Faculty members of Department of IT were also present during the session.

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Special Session on “Demystifying Cloud Computing” in Alumni Talk Series for MCA Students


Department of I.T, I.T.S, Mohan Nagar organized Special Session on “Demystifying Cloud Computing” in Alumni Talk Series for MCA Students on 4th February,2023. Mr. Ankur Jain, Principal Cloud Architect, Oracle & Alumni of MCA Batch-2008-11 was the speaker of this session.

In the Session, Mr. Jain elaborated about traditional deployment & various issues with traditional development and compare it with the concept of cloud computing. He explained various characteristics, Models & deployment model of cloud computing.   
​Mr. Jain shared various live examples, suggested online courses, important study materials to make their career in cloud. He interacted with the students and cleared all the queries raised by the students.

The session was appreciated by the all the MCA first year students.

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Expert Talk – cum – Alumni Interaction for MCA Students organized by the Department of IT


An Expert talk - cum - Alumni interaction was organized by the Department of IT for MCA students on 1st February, 2023.

The guest speaker on this occasion was Mr. Jiten Bhardwaj, an alumnus of MCA 2002-05 Batch who is presently working as a Client Delivery Lead in BJSS, UKthe Department. The program started with the welcome address by Director-IT, Prof. Sunil Kumar Pandey. During his address, Dr. Pandey introduced Mr. Jiten Bhardwaj to MCA Students and also shared his memory about Mr. Jiten.
Mr. Jiten Bhardwaj started his speech with special thanks and expressed his gratitude to Prof. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Director-IT for supporting and guiding him continuously throughout his tenure at the institute. He also shared his various wonderful experiences at the college with the students and advised them to attend classes regularly and sincerely. He also encouraged the students to do projects and certifications which will increase the weight of their CVs and help them be employable. While interacting with the students, he urged them to work towards the skill that makes them job providers rather than job seekers.
Mr. Jiten Bhardwaj concluded his speech by emphasizing that the basic concept of subjects is very important to get a job as a fresher. Students participated with enthusiasm, were interactive, answered questions by the speaker, and got answers to their queries during the session.
The program ended with a vote of thanks and presenting a memento to Mr. Jiten Bhardwaj as a token of remembrance.

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Faculty member attended UNGCNI Program on Circular Economy for the SDGs: From Concept to Practice


Dr. Rajeev Johari and Dr. Indraneel Mandal faculty members of I.T.S School of Management, Ghaziabad & Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad attended UN Global Compact Network India’s Sustainability Program “Circular Economy for the SDGs: From Concept to Practice” on 31st January, 2023 at Hyatt Regancy Hotel, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi. 

The programme began with the opening remarks and welcome by Mr Arun Kumar Singh, CMD, ONGC, and President UN GCNI. This was followed by the special address (via video) by René Van Berkel, UNIDO representative and Head, Regional Office in India, where he held forth on the circular economy; take, make and recycle approach; and the replacement of the traditional 3Rs. Then Mr. Hindol Sengupta, Chief Economic Research Officer and VP, Invest India, explained the research done in this area, including the use of materials like bamboo. He also discussed how the circular economy is related to SDGs, using the acronym GST (Gender, Sustainability and Transitivity). The keynote address was delivered by Mr. Sivasubramanian Ramann, CMO of SIDBI. Mr Ramann spoke of the need for a bottom up approach, and how India has had a centuries old relationship with the circular economy. The inaugural address was given by Dr Rakesh Sarwal, CMD, National Minorities Development and Finance Corporation. He pointed out the relation between affluence, consumerism and waste, session ended with the vote of thanks delivered by Dr Ratnesh Jha, Executive Director, UN GCNI.

The inaugural session was followed by a session on the theme Business Commitment: Integration of Circular Economy Practices by Businesses to achieve SDGs.

The panelists of the session are:

·         Mr Ganesh Ramamurti, CEO, Auro Research;

·         Mr Prashant Choubey, Lixil;

·         Ms. Priyanka Tanwar, Leader Communications and Corporate Responsibility Asia, Lixil

The session was moderated by Dr Ratnesh Jha.

The deliberations centred on different aspects of renewable energy and how that played into the circular economy.

Session 2 had the theme Uncomplicate Technology: Technology as a Catalyst to integrate Circular Economy/Waste to Wealth into Business Models and to reach the last mile.

The panelists of the session are:

·         Dr Shilpi Jain, Professor of Data Sciences;

·         Mr Alok Lall, Customer Success Lead – IteS, Microsoft;

·         Mr Mohit Narain, MD, Environmentors Perpetuity Solutions and Services Pvt. Ltd.

The moderator was Ms. Sonia Duhan, AVP, Invest India. The discussion proceeded on how technology can contribute to the circular economy.

Session 3 was based on the theme Policy Framework, Governance and Financing to  strengthen the implementation of Circular Economy Practices.

The panelists of the session are:

·         Mr Ashwin Saxena, CEO, JSW Foundation;

·         Dr Ulac Demirag, Country Director and Representative, International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD);

·         Ms. Shuva Raha, Head – New Initiatives Council on Energy, Environment and Water, CEEW.

The moderator for the session was Mr Vishvesh Prabhaka from Accenture, The discussion centred on policy initiatives in this space.

Session 4 had the theme addressing the Challenges: Best Practices and Global Trends in Circular Economy/Waste to Wealth Generation Practices by Businesses/Non-Businesses.

All in all, it was a very comprehensive examination of various aspects of the circular economy, with the practitioners and policy makers providing a ringside view of the thought processes in this field. 

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad conducted ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme on the 26th of January, 2023. Winter was finally coming to an end, and it was time for devotion and pride as Basant Panchami was being celebrated on Republic Day.

The volunteers for the day were Anuj, Kashish, Jyoti, Ankit, Saurav, Ziya, Yash, Sakshi, Mansi, Aryan, Nandan, Saloni, Harsha, Sudhanshu and Rohit.

Saurav started the teaching for the day by explaining the importance of 26th January in the history of India. In this context, the young learners were told about the role played by the Constitution. Following up on this, first time teacher at Parivartan Nandan spoke about the various freedom fighters like Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, Sarojini Naidu, Rani Lakshmibai, Bhagat Singh and others. Not surprisingly, the children were familiar with many of them.

Following the recent trend, it was time for a game. It was more a test of memory and knowledge as the volunteers lined up holding cards bearing fragments of the names of well-known freedom fighters. The kids had to identify the first part of each name, and then complete it by finding the other part.

This was followed by a session of Fundamental Rights. Several of the volunteers stood turn by turn before the assembled class with a placard referring to a particular right enshrined in the Constitution. Each of them explained the necessity and importance of the relevant right for the citizens of the country. In order to simplify the understanding, a couple of skits were staged by the volunteers emphasising on the Rightto Constitutional Remediesand the Right to Equality.

The last segment had been kept for the cultural competition. Interested kids danced to music and the best three performers were awarded prizes. The day cam to an end with the distribution of laddoos, before the children proceeded home. Dr Indraneel Mandal facilitated the planning of the day’s activities and motivated the volunteers on site.

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