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Celebrations 70th year of Independence of our Nation and 75th Year of Quit India Movement at I.T.S- Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad


Celebrations 70th year of Independence of our Nation and 75th Year of Quit India Movement started from 9/August/2017 at Department of IT @ I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad. This celebration will continue during 9th - 30th August, 2017 and during this period various events and activities. As, Dept of IT, it has always been our endeavor to create awareness & sensitize our youth about the sacrifices of our Freedom fighters and their struggle in country's freedom. The following activities are planned to be organized during 9th to 30th August, 2017:
1. Pledge Taking Ceremony at 09.30 AM by the Faculty Members (IT - PG & UG), Students of MCA/BCA
2. Invited Talk by Eminent Academician on Freedom Struggle 
3. Quiz Competition
4. Debate
5. Poster Presentation Competition
6. Visit to Places of Memorials of Freedom Fighters/ Places & Houses of Martyrs from Military, Para-Military & Police in vicinity (Identify the places in vicinity NCR).
7. Other activities on the theme

On this occasion Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey - Director(IT), Dr. Vidya Sekhri - Director (UG), Prof. Smita Dixit Kansal(Coordinator - MCA), Prof. Nancy Sharma - Vice Principal (UG), Dr. Umang Singh, Prof. K.p. Singh, Prof. Rakesh Roshan, Prof. Varun Arora, Prof. Abhay Kumar Ray, Prof. ChandraMani Sharma, Prof. Gaurav Midha, Prof. Sauresh Mehrotra, Prof. Richa Singh, Prof. Yogita Chauhan, Prof. Nupur Sidh, Prof. Ashutosh Sharma, Ms. Babita Kapila, Mr. Ravinder Rana, Mr. Kapil Sharma, Mr. Yatender, Mr. Amit Kumar, Mr. Yogesh Sharma, Mr. Sunil Kumar and other Staff Members and students of MCA and BCA were present and participated actively with full enthusiasm.

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Celebration of “70th Year of Independence & 75th Year of Quit India Movement”


70th Year of Independence & 75th Year of Quit India Movement”, was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect during 9th -30th August 2017 at ITS, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad.  This event comprised of Pledge taking ceremony, Invited Talk by Eminent Speakers, activities like Quiz, Poster Presentation, Debate, Rangoli Competition.  On 9th August 2017, Oath taking ceremony was conducted which was taken by Faculty Members, Staff and Students in the presence of Director-IT & Director-UG at New Seminar Hall of the Institute.

On 18th August 2017 & 24th August, various activities including Quiz, Poster Presentation, Debate, Rangoli were organized. The event started at 10:00 AM onwards at Girls Common Room & New Seminar Hall of the Institute. Theme of each activity was based on “Freedom Struggle and Independence Day”. 

We have received overwhelmed response by our MCA/MBA/BCA/BBA participating Students and every event was judged by panel of judges and based on their recommendation, every winners in all the activities are identified. Award Ceremony of this auspicious event will be held on 1st week of September.
Indeed, these days were days of joy, a day to love and display our respect to our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace and unity in diversity.
All faculty & staff members of Department of IT, Management were present & appreciated the effort of students to make this event a grand success overall.

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


6th August, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was special in three ways – it was a celebration of Friendship Day, a celebration of Rakshabandhan in advance and it was a day that brought fabulous dresses for the slum children, sent by Prof. Shikha Arora on the eve of Raksha Bandhan.
Volunteers of the day Akshay Kaushik, Anita Verma, George Rudolf Henry and Rakesh Dam started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
The first session of the day was on ‘Friendship Day’ that had coincided on the same date. The importance of friendship was explained with the example of Lord Krishna and his poor friend Sudama and the moral of the proverb ‘A friend in need is a friend indeed’ was explained well.

The second session of the day was another celebration on the eve of Rakshabandhan. The story of the queen Karmavati of Mewar, the attacker Bahadurshah and the savior Humaun was narrated for explaining the significance of the festival. The children were told that the thread of Rakhi is actually a reminder of the commitment that we make saying that we shall help you in all emergencies of life. Rakhi can practically be tied on the wrist of anyone by anyone he/she trusts.
At the end of the celebrations, colourful clothes donated by Prof. Shikha Arora were distributed among the slum children which they grabbed in seconds with the utmost happiness and excitement.
The activity concluded with the distribution of Cream Biscuits and éclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers.

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Workshop on C Programming by C Club of Department of IT


C Club of Department in Association with CSI Student Branch @ I.T.S conducted a workshop on “C Programming” for MCA Students on 4th August, 2017 from 2.00 PM – 4.30PM in PG Lab-6 of the Institute.  The objective of the workshop was to make students aware of various C Programming tricks & traps and to bridge the gaps for on-going placement process. Prof Rakesh Roshan & Prof Chandra Mani Sharma were the resource persons for the workshop.

The workshop started with a brief description of Ubuntu Linux environment, how to use it for C Program Development and a crisp overview of important commands to make the transition of students smooth from Windows to Linux platform. Subsequently, various problems on functions, pointers, scope rules and efficiency improvement of C code using code restructuring techniques (such as use of bitwise operators instead of arithmetic operators to speed-up execution) were discussed during the workshop.

The participants had a hands-on experience of C programming practice during their tussle of implementing solutions to the problems.  To assess the learning of the participants, a test was conducted at the end of the workshop where they performed satisfactorily well.  The workshop was a great learning experience for all.

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Colouring Competition organized by ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


30th July, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was an extremely fun-filled activity that attracted everyone around as a big number of slum children participated in the Colouring Competition which concluded with the distribution of Cricket Kit, Badminton Kits, toys, water bottles, fruit juice and tumblers as fabulous prizes to 23 winners. Every participant got a colourset and Munch chocolates as the consolation prizes.  Volunteers of the day Shivangi Agarwal, Soma Roy, Vivek Choube, Mayank Chaturvedi, Kaushik Dey, Novika Chadha and Rakesh Dam started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.

The slum children who were informed on the last Sunday that the next Sunday would be the Colouring Competition were quite excited even before the formal announcement was made. The moment the prizes were put for show and encouragement, the happiness and uproar by the slum children went up high to the sky. Soon the rules of the competition were announced.
The volunteers then distributed the drawing sheets and the coloursets to all the children. The drawing sheets had the dotted pictures on them for the convenience of the children and their task was to colour the given picture. Their imaginations and the liking for particular colours went up high. The tiny tots and little grown ones painted the pictures with the brilliant colours.
The best three were given Cricket and Badminton Kits as the First, Second and Third Prizes. 20 others were also felicitated with the water bottles, fruit juice, toys, and tumblers. Each participant got a colourset and a Munch chocolate as the consolation prizes. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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Dr. Umang deliver a Guest Talk in FDP at BVICAM, New Delhi.


Dr. Umang was invited to deliver a Guest Talk on “Research Challenges in Adhoc Networks and FANET” on 28th July, 2017 in One Week Faculty Development Programme on “Emerging Research Trends in Computer Science and IT” from 24th - 29th July, 2017, was being organized by IEEE Delhi Section & IIPC (AICTE) of BVICAM, New Delhi, in collaboration with IEEE Computer Society (Delhi Section), CSI Delhi Chapter at BVICAM, New Delhi.

The session had witnessed the participation of 60 young faculty members and researchers from renowned colleges and universities. In this session, various communication technologies and its impact on different real life applications were discussed. While discussing about proliferation of technologies, a detailed discussion on Adhoc networks, Vehicular Adhoc Networks & FANETs and its empirical research issues was presented. In addition to this, Introduction of Network Simulator, its Importance, types of Network Simulators, Requirements and their simulation were also explained through demonstration using Ns2.

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Management faculty attended ASSOCHAM’s 11th SEZ and Industrial Parks Summit.


Prof. Parul Gupta and Dr. Anusha Agarwal attended ASSOCHAM’s11th SEZ and Industrial Parks Summit at Hotel Le-Meridien, New Delhi on 26th July, 2017
The summit was organized by ASSOCHAM India and graced by Mr. Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary, Honorable Minister of State for MSME,Government of India as the Chief Guest. This one day convention was divided into 4 sessions in which deliberations on various issues related to the Special Economic Zones in India were made by national and international speakers from amongst industry, domain experts andGovernment policy makers. 
The sessions were as follows-
SESSION 1- Inaugural
1. Mr. D.S. Rawat- Secretary General ASSOCHAM
2. Mr. SandeepJajodia, President ASSOCHAM
3. Mr. Rahul Gupta, Chairman Export Promotion Council for EOUs and SEZs
4. Admiral Abd El Kader Darwish, Vice Chairman, General Authority for SUEZ Canal Economic Zone, Egypt
5. Major General MohdHabiburRahman Khan, Executive Chairman, Bangladesh Export Processing Zone Authority.
6. Dr. L.B. Singhal, Development Commissioner, SEZ Northern Regions
7. Mr. Rabindra Kumar Jena, Honorable MP (LokSabha), Member of Parliamentary Standing Committee on Industry.
The discussion in this session focused on understanding the policy issues and business prospects in SEZs. It also deliberated on latest investment Trends in SEZs and FTZs and the role government can play in strengthening the performance of economy by improving the of SEZ.

Session 2 on Policy perspectivetax issues and impact of GST
1. Mr.Bimal Jain, Executive Director A2Z Taxcorp LLP I Tax and Law Practitioners
2. Mr.MayankSarma Department of Commerce, Govt. of India
3. Mr.Hitendra Mehta, Partner, Vaish Associates Advocates
4. Mr. Vinay R. Sharma, M.D. Oil Field Warehouse and services Ltd.
The speakers delivered enlightening discourses focused on the following key issues
· Assessing the impact of GST on Industrial Parks and SEZs
· States’ policies for SEZs
· Contribution of SEZs in global trade
· Investment strategies for Make in India
· Investment facilitation mechanism
· FTZs- performance, issues, opportunities and concerns.
Session 3 on Investment opportunities and challenges in SEZs and industrial parks: Sharing of global experiences and future plans
1. Mr. IndranilDasgupta, Co- Chairman, SEZ Council, ASSOCHAM and CEO Attivo Economic Zones
2. Mr S.K. Gupta, Chairman Wegmans Group.
3. Mr. Ramesh Subramaniam, President Sri City Pvt. Ltd.
4. Admiral Abd El Kader Darwish, Vice Chairman, General Authority for SUEZ Canal Economic Zone, Egypt
The session speakers conveyed extensive thoughts and highlighted potential action plans on following dimensions-
· Measures to boost investment in SEZs and industrial parks
· Developing Smart SEZs and industrial parks
· PPP in SEZs and industrial parks
· Success stories in driving investment
Session 4- Special Session
1. Mr. HaribhaiParthibhaiChaudhary, Honorable Minister of State for MSME, Government of India.
2. Major General MohdHabiburRahman Khan, Executive Chairman, Bangladesh Export Processing Zone Authority.
3. Mr. D.S. Rawat- Secretary General ASSOCHAM
4. Mr. Vinay R. Sharma, M.D. Oil Field Warehouse and services Ltd.
The final session focused on the policy decisions which the government has taken and is planning to take in future to ease and accelerate the growth of SEZs and Industrial Parks. The Chief Guest of the day, Mr. HaribhaiParthibhaiChaudhary in his address urged the representatives of the industry to take advantage of the opportunities by being proactive to push ahead the cause of SEZs. He also stressed on realizing the need of the nation and to work cooperatively with each other to take the country further ahead in future.


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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


23rd July, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class that tested the patience and will power of the teachers and the taught. This was a revision class mentioned as the Overhauling Class amidst drizzles and showers.
Volunteers of the day Shivi Gautam, Lokesh Kumar, Vipin Singh, Shefali Gupta, Shalu Gupta, Jaydipta Dey, George Rudolf Henry and Rakesh Dam started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.

Since the series on Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya was in practice for long, the slum children had got detached from the academic lessons learnt so far. Keeping the same thought in mind, the volunteers decided to name it ‘An Overhauling Class’ and revised all the important previous lessons aloud including Counting up to 100 in Hindi and English, Tables and English alphabets.
The weather was fine for all but it was not suitable for this class. As soon as the revision of few lessons took place, the drizzles started. Still the volunteers and the children completed the task unmoved and effectively. Active participation and responses to our subject related questions were acknowledged with the on the spot prizes.
The class concluded with the distribution of Crax salty snacks and éclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi attended a Workshop at Oxford University Press ,Noida.


On 22nd July, 2017, Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi attended an important workshop on ‘Emerging Trends for English Language and Communication: A Practical Approach’ which was organized by the Oxford University Press at the OUP, Noida. The Resource Person of the workshop was a renowned educationist Dr. Mukti Sanyal, Principal, Bharti College (Delhi University), New Delhi. The participants were from various reputed universities and colleges like Amity University, Shiv Nadar University (HCL Group), BML Munjal University (Hero Group), SRM University and other prestigious institutions.
The full day workshop was split in two sessions. The first session was on the ‘Prominent Changes in ELT Principles in This Decade’ in which Dr. Sanyal insisted for the following points –

Content and context based learning: The students wish to learn only what is relevant to their lifestyles and career.  Focus has now shifted from the language to the language user. English learning for employability rather than just a language skill. Teachers now have to be a lifelong learner. The second session of the workshop was after the lunch. During this session, the participants were divided into groups of 7-8 people each to discuss the utility of Language Lab for learning a language, its limitations and suggestions to make it more effective. The deliberations were frank and thought provoking.
The workshop proved to be enriching and relevant for all the participating English and Communication Teachers. Even participants like Dr. Anannya Dasgupta (from SNU, Greater Noida) who has done her post graduation and PhD from Rutgers University, USA, found the workshop extremely useful.

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2 days Workshop conducted by Faculty -IT


 Two days National workshop on “Mobile Application Development using Android”  for the students of BCA and MCA   at Sachidanand Sinha College, Aurangabad, Bihar  during 20/07/2017 to 21/07/2017  has conducted successfully.   Prof. Abhay Kumar Ray and Prof. Rakesh Roshan from Department of IT was the key resource persons for this workshop. Prof. Vijay Kumar Singh, Head, Computer Application was the co-ordinator for this national workshop. Dr. Devendra Prasad Singh, Principal and Dr. Ranjeet Kumar Singh, Vice Principal was also present in this National Workshop.

 Objective of the workshop:

  • This workshop must help the students to understand and take better use of the Architecture, design, development and implementation of mobile application using Android Operating System. 
  • After this workshop students can develop small android applications.

Pre-requisite: Knowledge of C, C++ and java.


·         Session based on Introduction is conducted in Lecture cum Discussion mode.

·         Rest of the session conducted in Computer Lab by live demonstration of each of the topic.

Content of the workshop:

Session 1( 1 Hour)


Faculty Name

·         Overview of Mobile platforms

·         Need of Study and current trends

·         Different types of mobile platforms and their features

Prof. Rakesh Roshan

Session 2(3Hours)


Faculty Name


·         What is Android?

·         History of Android

·         Installation of tools how to setup android environment


·         Architecture of Android operating System,

·         Libraries of Android OS

·         Application development procedure using Android development toolkit

·         Dalvik Virtual Machine & .apk file extension

·         Difference between DVM and JVM

·         Android API levels (versions & version names)

Prof. Abhay Kumar Ray

Prof. Rakesh Roshan


Session 3 (3-hours)


Faculty Name


·         Basics of IDE and its options

·         Layouts & Drawable Resources

·         Activities and Activity lifecycle

·         FAQ

Demonstration / Implementation :

·         Installation procedure of tools and environment setting for apps development.

·         Java Program execution

·         Launching Emulator

·         Editing Emulator Setting

·         Working with controls such as Layout, Button, Edit Text etc.

·         Examples of events and event handling

·         First Sample Application


Prof. Rakesh Roshan

Prof. Abhay Kumar Ray


Session 4(3-hours)


Faculty Name


·         Explicit and Implicit Intents

·         ImageView and Animation

·         SQLite and it’s applications

·         FAQ

Demonstration / Implementation:

·         Basic UI Design using Time and Date, Images

·         Multi Layout application


Prof. Abhay Kumar Ray Prof. Rakesh Roshan


More than 90 (Ninty) students were participated in this workshop. Students showed their interest to learn this technology and I am sure that participants of this workshop can develop apps by using android SDK and supporting tools.

Certificate of appreciation above mentioned workshop is attached for reference. 


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Special Session by Mr. Kamal Dodeja


A Special Session-cum-Workshop on “Building Private Cloud using Open Infrastructure and Implementation” was organized for IT Faculty Members on Saturday, 15th July ,2017, at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad. The Session was planned with an objective of providing an in-depth discussion, Demonstration with importance, components of Clouds, Software Defined Networks (SDN), Clouds with OPENSTACK Framework and their practical implementation aspects. This was really a very informative and knowledge enriching session.

In this session Mr. Kamal Dodeja, Global Sales Consulting Manager, Oracle Corp. invited as the Key Resource Person in this event. The session formally started with the formal welcome of the Guest by Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey Director IT by presented him a bouquet.

In this session, Mr. Mr Kamal Dodeja delivered talk on. In the session, he talked about the challenging and changing roles of professionals in OEM and Service Providing companies and shared his experience in Redhat, Sapiant and Oracle.

While speaking as the Resource Person, he talked about the evolution of clouds, concept and mechanism of Virtualization and how it is implemented using Hypervisors, way of implementing Load Balancing using A-A and A-P ways, the cloud based deployment models IAAS, PAAS and SAAS. Mr. Dodeja enlightened on Private Cloud and its implementation on OPENSTACK with practical implementation.

This event was in the series of Invited talks by national speakers of repute by Dept of IT of the institute with an objective to provide the detailed insight of the theme to the upcoming and working professionals about the technological, research and allied issues and experience sharing by leading experts and professionals. 
After the talk, Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey Director IT delivered vote of thanks to Mr Kamal Dodeja for his enlightening talk. Mr Dodeja also interacted with the faculties and answered the queries related with research & applications raised during the session.

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I.T.S, Ghaziabad organised FDP on Academic Excellence.


A Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on “Academic Excellence” by Dr. A.K. Mishra, Professor in the area of Finance & Accounting at IIM, Lucknow was held for management faculty at I.T.S Management Learning Centre on Saturday, 15th July, 2017 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.

Dr. Mishra conducted the FDP with the objective of improving the teaching methods by adopting the case method teaching in the class room. He started his FDP with a case study which was given to the faculty a day earlier with a view that faculty will go through the case and will present their case analysis in the FDP. The case study was about LSI Logic Corp and its growth over a period of time.

All the management faculty both from UG and PG department participated in the discussion. The case analysis and discussion was held from a very diverse view, almost incorporating all the management function.

Dr. Mishra very well demonstrated that how a case needs to be analysed in the class room atmosphere so that actual learning takes place. After concluding the case study analysis he shared his experience and methods that he adopts for teaching IIM students.

He advised faculty members to use plenty of small cases, news paper articles and news items in the class room to increase student’s participation and involvement. He was of the opinion that learning will not take place unless the class is interactive. He shared some of the tips with faculty to make classroom learning effective. He also shared his experience and knowledge about how to write good research papers. .Session ended with vote of thanks.

Session was graced with the benign presence of Dr. A K Puri (DG) and Dr.VidyaSekhri (Director – UG).

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Expert Sessions on “Social Media - Mobility- Analytics & Cloud”


Departmental Research Committee, Department of IT has organized two days Expert Sessions on “Social Media - Mobility- Analytics & Cloud” from 14th July -15th July 2017. 
Mr. Sonik Porwal, Vice President, Oracle Alliance Tech Mahindra and Ms. Susmita Narayan, Founder, Paraangat Consultancy were the guest speaker on day 1 i.e. 14th July 2017. Topic of the session on 14th July 2017 was “The Industry Inflection point: SMAC – Social Media - Mobility- Analytics & Cloud”
Mr. Sonik Porwal discussed about the different inflection point IT industry has faced from the era of Computer invention till today: Time of Automation, Cloud and so on.

Ms. Susmita discussed about the actual need of the industry from IT students apart from the domain knowledge. She also discussed that how industry needs to train new joining through different statistics.
Overall the session was eye opening for the IT faculty members as this will definitely help them to prepare their students as per the requirement of the industry.

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


9th July, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class on vocabulary building and moral values conducted through a story ‘Upkar’ from the series ‘Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya’ and concluded with the Cream Bell Orange Licks. PGDM Volunteer Ms. Shweta Sharma had brought Cadbury Perk chocolates for all the children while Mr. Jaydipta Dey and Mr. Justin Raj showered eclairs of different flavours on the little buds.
Volunteers of the day Shweta Sharma, Sanjana Singh, Jaydipta Dey, Justin Raj, Jitendra Singh, Rohit Kumar and Shankar Kadariya started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.

The story of the day was ‘Upkar’ (Beneficence)’ which was from the series on values ‘Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya’ undertaken by the volunteers to teach the slum children. The story was about a lion who had gone stuck into a cage. When a man passing by released the lion, it thought of eating him. Then a Geedar (Jackal) came for the rescue of the man through its wisdom. The moral of the story was that we should think of possible threats too before offering help to anyone.
Important and difficult words of the stories were explained to children with examples, synonyms and antonyms in Hindi and English.
At the end of the talk, a short quiz was conducted on the topic discussed and the correct responses were appreciated with on the spot prizes and loud claps. There was also a round of revision for brushing up the previous lessons.
The class concluded with the distribution of Cream Bell Orange Bars and éclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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