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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


7th February, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’, the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad brought a lot of dresses, chips, Bikano Soan Papdi and many more goodies along with important academic lessons.
Volunteers of the day – Biswarup Roy, Urvashi Bhasin, Vinita Kaushik and Vikas Babu started the class with the regular check of the hygiene and personal grooming of the slum children.

The class started with a session on writing numbers. In the previous class, the children had practiced writing numbers from 1 to 5. In this class they proceeded from 6 to 10. They also made a revision of the previous lessons like body parts, numbers from 1 to 5 and the English alphabets.
During the activity, a bike stopped, a learned gentleman removed his helmet and congratulated the volunteers for their noble efforts. Then he left for his destination. Suddenly he appeared again after 10 minutes with a lot of packets of chips and chocolates. Although he was told that this was not at all required but he still insisted and left the goodies for the children.
Besides, MCA V Semester students Jyoti Rana and Hanuman Pandey had donated two big bags full of clothes. These dresses were donated to the slum children this Sunday which they grabbed with the obvious joy and excitement.
This class ended with the distribution of Bikano Soan Papdi, cookies and chocolates among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Activities.

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Finance Seminar on ‘Volatility Spillover of Each Sector Across Financial Markets’ held at ITS, Ghaziabad.


 Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad organized one day National Seminar on ‘Volatility Spillover of Each Sector Across Financial Markets’ on 6th February, 2016. The Institute organizes such seminars in different domains of specializations to update the knowledge and skills of the students with the latest industry inputs and trends.

The event started with the Inaugural Session opening by Dr. Anusha Agarwal, Convener of the Seminar, welcoming the honorable Vice Chairman, I.T.S. The Education Group, Mr. Arpit Chadha, Director Management, Dr. Sapna Rakesh, Chief Guest Mr. Shailendra Bebortha, Chief Operating Officer, Sunborne Energy Technologies and Keynote Speaker Mr. V.K. Raina, President AVR Consultancy, Ex Chairman, Bank of Aldofar, Dubai and giving an overview of the Seminar. Director Management Dr. Sapna Rakesh addressed the students that such events give an opportunity to interact with the industry experts. Vice Chairman, I.T.S. The Education Group, Mr. Arpit Chadha also addressed the students and wished them a day full of learning with new insights. Thereafter the Chief Guest for the Seminar Mr. Shailendra Bebortha, not only shared the recent developments in finance but also advised the future managers to remain updated and poised as there will be increased demand of financial experts in future. The Keynote speaker was Mr. V.K. Raina also shared his vast experience and gave valuable insights into the various factors leading to the crises in the financial markets. His speech invited various interesting questions from the students which were duly addressed.

Then there was a Technical Session on ‘Personal Finance in Turbulent Times’ where the experts were Mr. Prashant Sharma, Senior VP, ICICI Securities, Mr. Abhishek Pradhan, Director, Financial Consulting Firm, Ex. VP IndusInd Bank and Ms. Kavita Rai, Senior Manager, Delhi Stock Exchange. Mr. Prashant Sharma discussed the various factors leading to crises including economic factors and political factors, reasons for Chinese market crash and how such factors impact the wealth and financial assets of any person. He suggested that one should not simply buy stock but invest in promising and growth oriented companies. Mr. Abhishek Pradhan deliberated how the crises have always been there and one should not be pessimistic but rather always focus on managing the crises to overcome it successfully. He also stressed how as managers one is always required to view problems not as problems but as opportunities for doing new things. Finally the last speaker of the session Ms. Kavita Rai shared her vast experience of twenty five years in the stock exchange and advised students that they should not jump into the market without any information only for speculating or trading purposes but rather acquire the right information and correct details and then think of investing in the market for better returns.

Later there was a Panel Discussion on topic ‘Impact of Global Financial Crisis on Indian Financial Sector’ where the experts were Mr. Vikas Arora, VP, Yes Bank; Mr. Gursharan Rai Bansal, Senior VP, UTI Asset Management Company; Mr. Manoj Kumar Sabat, AVP, IL&FS Energy; Mr. Vikas Gupta, Director, Compark Ltd. and Ms. Anju Sethi, AGM, Punjab National Bank. The moderator of the panel was Dr. Deepak Tandon, Professor, IMI, Delhi. The eminent speakers from industry discussed the various causes of the current financial crisis such as the Chinese market crash, crude oil crisis, political unrest and gave valuable insights how one thing is related to the other. The speakers also deliberated on the challenges and opportunities in the current scenario for the start up companies. Ms. Anju Sethi highlighted how the spillover effect is natural as adversity in one country affects other nations as well and how bankers have to be a little more cautious and follow the credit ratings strictly. Mr. Manoj Kumar Sabat discussed that financial crisis has majorly affected the private sector and public sector is not much affected as there is not much problem of debt. Mr. Gursaran Rai Bansal very interestingly brought the concept of ‘VUCA’ (V= volatility, U= uncertainty, C= complexity, A= ambiguity) situation which is presently the scenario. Mr. Vikas Gupta explained how financial crisis affects an entrepreneur or startup further stressing that financial crisis comes after every 3 years and so one should be prepared for it. Also stating that such crisis is the ideal time to initiate a startup become one is more creative and innovative at that time and talent availability is also more. Mr. Vikas Arora, explained Chinese market crash stating that the country’s exports are reducing and so China went ahead with devaluating its currency to induce an increase in exports.
Toward the conclusion of the event vote of thanks was given by Prof. Nitin Saxena thanking all the speakers, faculty and the students for successfully organizing the seminar which greatly benefitted the participants and the students.

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Prof Anuja Roy & Prof Kanika Tandon attended and presented a paper at University of Delhi.


Prof Anuja Roy & Prof Kanika Tandon attended and presented a paper titled “Reorienting Branding: The Digital Approach to Building a Series of Experiences” at UGC Sponsored 5th National Conference on “Marketing in the 21stcentury: Issues and Challenges” at Vallabh Bhai Chest Institute, New Delhi organized by Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (University of Delhi) on 5th and 6th February, 2016.

The conference theme addressed the issues and challenges before the business world in the ever evolving area of marketing. It highlighted the technological changes happening and concluded that the need of the hour is to embrace digital technology alongside of doing business the traditional way.

The Inaugural session commenced with lamp lighting, followed by a welcome address by Dr. P.K.Khurana, Principal SBSC. Mr. Manish Sisodia Deputy Chief Minister,Govt of NCT of Delhiwas the Chief Guest and Dr Abhishek Gupta, Chairman Governing Body along with Dr Kavita Sharma, Head-Department of commerce, University of Delhi, were the Guest of Honor. The Inaugural Session ended with a vote of thanks by Dr. Anil Sardana,Organising Secretary, SBSC.

The key note address was given by Mr Vijay Rai, President and CEO,Powerconand Mr Pankaj Dubey, Managing Director & Country Head Polaris India Private Limited. The speakers emphasised that present day era is that of “Experience” and companies should move one step ahead in delivering an extraordinary experience to customers across all touchpoints.

The next course of the conference was divided into three technical sessions. During the first session, distinguished speakers from the Industry discussed on Marketing in Transition:Evolving Competitive Dynamics. The session was chaired by Prof Harsh Verma, Faculty of ManagementStudies, University Of Delhi. The technical session II was on “Marketing in Action: Strategy Tools and Value” which was chaired by Prof Kavita Sharma, Head-Department of commerce, University Of Delhi. The technical session III was on “Legal, Ethical and Environmental Concerns in Marketing “This session was chaired by Prof MuneeshKumar, Dean Faculty of Commerce and Head-Department of Financial Studies, University Of Delhi.

The seminar attempted to arrive at a course of actionable points that accurately described the path to follow and how to meet the challenges.The conference was well received by the participants.

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National Seminar on “Volatility Spillover of each sector across Financial Markets


Department of Management, I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, is organizing a National Finance Seminar on “Volatility Spillover of each sector across Financial Markets” on Saturday, 06th February, 2016 from 10:00 A.M. onwards in Old Auditorium. The seminar is intended to raise issues of volatility spillover effect on the financial market as China was one of the main driving engines for global growth and now it's sputtering across the globe.

Mr. Shailendra Bebortha , Chief Operating Officer, Sunborne Energy Technologies and Mr VK Raina , President AVR Consultancy , Ex Chairman Bank of Aldofar, Dubai have kindly consented to be the Chief Guest & Key Note Speaker respectively during the inaugural session of the seminar.

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Entrepreneurship Development Program organized at ITS, Ghaziabad in association with MSME Development Institute New Delhi for Management Students.


s a part of exposure to the students of MBA, Ten days Entrepreneurship Development Program was organized by Entrepreneurship Cell, ITS Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad in association with MSME Development Institute, Okhla, New Delhi from 25th January 2016 to 5th February 2016.

24 Students participated in this program. Various topics like Qualities of an Entrepreneur, Role of MSMEDI in promotion and development of MSME, MSME act, Udyog Aadhaar, Identification of project, Setting up an Enterprise, Components of NMCP, Use & Selection of machinery, quality control, components of project, Marketing of MSME Products, New initiatives for start ups in India, How to calculate Working Capital, Cash Flow and BEP, NSIC Schemes, Banking Schemes, PMEGP Scheme, Entrepreneur motivation and Success in Entrepreneurship were discussed with students in EDP. These sessions were delivered by different experts like Mr KK Goyal, Mr Suresh Yadav, Dr Nidhi Arora, Mr VK Gupta, Mrs Sanmeet Kaur, Mrs Madhu Malti, Prof Lalit Sharma. An industrial visit was organized for 24 participants on last day in company Shipra Engg Works, Ghaziabad for real life exposure.

Ten days program was a great learning for all participants. They participated with full enthusiasm and great zeal.

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Session Chair & Judge by Dr. Anusha Agarwal & Dr. Charu Chaudhry at Amity International Business School, Noida


Dr Anusha Agarwal & Dr Charu Chaudhry had the honour of chairing a session & judging in the International Conference on “E=E3: The future of Education is Dependent on Entrepreneurship, Employment & Economic Development” held at Amity International Business School, Noida on 5th Feb, 2016 . Session was related to Research Paper and Case study competition.

The Conference had witnessed the participation of leading researchers from renowned universities and institutions all over the country who had shared their valuable research during the conference.

40 Research papers & Case Studies were presented by Research Scholars, Students & Faculty members in this track of presentation. Best two papers were awarded in each category. The session chairs were presented with memento at the end.

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Workshop on “IBM- The Great Mind Challenge (TGMC) Project development


Workshop on “IBM- The Great Mind Challenge (TGMC) Project development” was organized at I.T.S Mohan Nagar Ghaziabad for MCA IVth Semester students on 3rd Feb 2016 during 1:45PM to 4:00 PM and venue of this workshop was New Seminar hall AB-IV of our institution. Mr. Ankit Singh Dogra from IBM was the key resourse person of this workshop.

Workshop Details:-
The workshop was aimed to cover registration process of IBM-TGMC & IBM-Bluemix cloud and conceptual and technical aspects IBM tools and support.

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Workshop on C Day -1


On 1st February 2016, a workshop on “Pointers in C” was conducted for MCA-IV semester students by C- Club of Department of IT in Lab-6 from 2:45pm : 5:00pm. The workshop was an organized with an objective to prepare students for upcoming placement drives. Pointers are an essential component of C programming and novice C programmers find it difficult to understand the concepts of pointers. The workshop was aimed at making students comfortable with Pointers.
The resource persons of workshop were Prof. Rakesh Roshan and Prof. Chandra Mani Sharma. Total 94 students of MCA actively participated in the workshop. 

Prof. Chandra Mani Sharma started the workshop with the basic concept of memory architecture and explained nicely various types of pointers including near, far, dandling and huge pointers. Prof. Sharma went on describing the four segments of memory architecture including Data Segment (DS), Code Segment (CS), Stack Segment (SS), and Extra Segment (ES). He further explained & (address of) and * (de-reference) operators related to pointers. He then took various examples related to pointer arithmetic and discussed problems on it. Students had several doubts and questions related to pointers which Prof.  Sharma nicely addressed. 
Prof. Rakesh Roshan elaborated the applications of pointers with array, string, and functions. He explained that for an integer array A, the name refers to the base address of array. The quantities A[i], *(A+i), *(i+A) and i[A] all refer to the ith element of an array. He illustrated many other advanced concepts with umpteen examples.

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Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


31st January, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’, the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad brought greeting manners, etiquettes and the regular lessons to the slum.

Volunteers of the day – Avinash Kumar, Rahul Kamboj, Kavita Pandey, Kapil Verma, Sher Singh Chouhan, Akansha Saxena and Satender Rana started the class with the regular check of the hygiene and personal grooming of the slum children.
The class started with a special session greeting etiquettes. They were told how to greet others and how to bid a goodbye. They were also briefed about giving responses to Sorry, thank you and Welcome. They learnt when to say these words and what to say when somebody else says the same to them. Following this, they practiced and revised the previous lessons of counting and English alphabets.
The children also practiced writing numbers from 1 to 5 on their slates with loud repetitions in Hindi and English. Their excitement for writing on new slates was noticeable.
This class ended with the distribution of Bikano Soan Papdi, cookies and chocolates among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Activities.

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Utthan Lab Activity


30th January, 2016 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was significant in many ways. The children showed their talent in making the Best out of Waste, while their mentors, the volunteers got felicitated for the contributions in CSR Activities.

Volunteers of the day – Tanvi Gupta, Ruchika Shukla, Monika Tomar, Prayag Tripathi and Sagnick Das started the day with the roll call followed by the brief on the day’s activities and the competition.

The first session of the day was ‘Best Out of Waste’ Competition in which the children had to prepare something using waste materials. Most of them used old newspapers and made out of them beautiful show-pieces like hut, ship, steamer, revolver, chandelier, bouquet etc. Eleven pieces were selected as the best and the artists were given attractive prizes like tiffin boxes, sippers etc.

The second session of the day was the CSR Award Ceremony during which the active CSR volunteers were felicitated for their two years of hard-work and dedication. Mr. Sher Singh Chouhan of MBA got the Best CSR Volunteer-2016 Award along with a trophy and certificate of appreciation. Ms. Akansha Saxen of MBA got the Outstanding CSR Volunteer Award with a trophy and certificate. Similarly, Mr. Ankur Agarwal of PGDM got the Most Reliable CSR Volunteer Award, Ms. Kanika Goel of MCA got the Most Dedicated CSR Volunteer Award and Mr. Pushpank Kaushik of MCA bagged the Star CSR Award, trophies and the certificates. Efforts and contributions of seven more volunteers were recognized and appreciated by presenting them the certificates. They were Naman Bhatnagar (MBA), Ayush Agarwal (MBA), Sumit Arora (MBA), Ujjwal Kumar (MBA), Abhay Jain (MBA), Mohit Jain (MBA) and Ujjwal Raj (MCA).

Attractive prizes and packets of cream biscuits were given to all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi guided and accompanied the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of Utthan Lab.

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ITS CSR Awards Ceremony


30th January, 2016 was a historic day for the CSR volunteers of ITS, Ghaziabad as the very first ITS CSR Awards Ceremony was organized to felicitate their hard-work and dedication for the betterment of the poor and the downtrodden. The day got memorable for one more reason that an MOU has been signed between ITS, Ghaziabad and the Love Care Foundation, Delhi for the more comprehensive and professional approach in the future CSR activities.

The ceremony was jointly inaugurated by the Chief Guest Mr. Sanjoo Dadroo, National Director, Love Care Foundation, Delhi; Guest of Honour Ms. Reema Malhotra, Director, School Projects, LCF, Delhi; Dr. Sapna Rakesh, Director Management and Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Director IT. 

The ceremony started with the welcome address by Dr. Sapna Rakesh, Director Management, who congratulated the awardees saying that the institute feels proud for having such dedicated and generous CSR volunteers. Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Director IT said that sparing time for CSR activities is not easy for the students who have so many assignments to complete. Still they contributed two years of hard-work and dedication which is amazing and praiseworthy both. He blessed the awardees and wished them great successes in future as well. 

Honourable Chief Guest of the occasion Mr. Sanjoo Dadroo, National Director, Love Care Foundation, Delhi expressed his pleasure for being a part of such an important celebration and congratulated the awardees. He also expressed hope for further great CSR initiatives through ITS-LCF mutual efforts. 

Guest of Honour Ms. Reema Malhotra, Director, School Projects, LCF, elaborated the working of LCF and the future projects and said that through this crucial tie-up, the real help and care will reach the needy in time. 

The event was memorable for two significant reasons – One of which was the signing of MOU (Memorandum of Understanding) between ITS and LCF. Dr. Sapna Rakesh and Mr. Sanjoo Dadroo signed up the MOU and exchanged copies with happiness and hopes. Now both the organizations will work together for the betterment of the poor, the helpless, the down-trodden and the needy. 

Second and the most important segment of the event was the felicitation of CSR volunteers who toiled all these two years, day and night for making the lives of the poors livable. These volunteers played crucial roles in ‘Parivartan’, ‘Utthan’ and other CSR activities like blanket distribution and awareness programmes. Mr. Sher Singh Chouhan of MBA got the Best CSR Volunteer-2016 Award along with a trophy and certificate of appreciation. Ms. Akansha Saxen of MBA got the Outstanding CSR Volunteer Award with a trophy and certificate. Similarly, Mr. Ankur Agarwal of PGDM got the Most Reliable CSR Volunteer Award, Ms. Kanika Goel of MCA got the Most Dedicated CSR Volunteer Award and Mr. Pushpank Kaushik of MCA bagged the Star CSR Award, trophies and the certificates. 

Efforts and contributions of seven more volunteers were recognized and appreciated by presenting them the certificates. They were Naman Bhatnagar (MBA), Ayush Agarwal (MBA), Sumit Arora (MBA), Ujjwal Kumar (MBA), Abhay Jain (MBA), Mohit Jain (MBA) and Ujjwal Raj (MCA). 

The joy and satisfaction of the felicitated volunteers was worth notice. They expressed their gratitude for having got the chance of doing something noble for the unprivileged and under-privileged segments of the society. Utthan Lab children were also present during the ceremony who witnessed the felicitation of their loving mentors, the volunteers. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi convened the programme and anchored the ceremony as the faculty coordinator of CSR Activities.

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Orientation Programme on Expectations of Industries from Summer Trainees for 3rd Trimester PGDM 2015-17 Batch.


Before the commencement of 3rd trimester of PGDM 2015-17 Batch, Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized orientation program on 30th January, 2016. The theme of the Orientation was “Expectations of Industries from Summer Trainees”. The students were addressed and enlightened by dignitaries from the corporate, Miss. Vijeta Rana, Senior Recruiter at Jconnect Infotech Pvt. Ltd. and Mr. Amit Gosai, Project Dirctor at HP Enterprise Services

The guest lecture started with traditional rituals of the college i.e. with lamp lightening and honoring the guest with plant sampling by the Director Management and the Coordinator PGDM.

The guest were invited to throw some light on the expectations which an organization has from its summer trainees and also understood the expectation of students from the companies. Miss. Vijeta Rana briefed about the qualities which an intern should have in him or her, she made the audience speak what she want to convey and make them realize and aware of the facts. She highlighted few points which an intern must have in him or her before going to the industry to have experience, which gives a good impression on the people working over there. The first and foremost point she focused upon was discipline, which one must be in. discipline covers punctuality, meeting deadlines etc as well as she told about the work styles. She told about the difference between a hard working employee and a smart working employee, on must be a smart worker as hard workers are available easily but the combination of smart and hard work is rarely found and that’s what the companies are looking for. She also mentioned about the attitude. Students must have learning attitude as well as activeness, like taking initiative in doing the work. She gave example of group works where the one who works well can differentiate themselves from the group through his/her work. In corporate most of the work are assigned in teams hence one must be a good team player. At the end she quoted that one must prove her or himself as an asset to the company.

After that, Mr. Amit Gosain shares his views on the theme. He started his conversation with an important aspect. To discuss this further he asked audience “why we feel low sometimes”. Audience answered in different ways and after listening every one he came to a conclusion that we generally feels low when we think that everything is going wrong, our efforts are proven wrong and when we have low self esteem.

He said that a person should do the work at which he or she is best at and if you have to cut your expenses, you must do it for your passion but one must do the work at which he wanted to be best or at which he is best. He emphasized on the quality which generally at the time of interviews, the H.R personnel looks at Passion. Passion is one of the qualities he emphasized. He also mentioned few points about the expectations of the company from an intern by using example of crisp note , crushed note and citing that people like intern which can be articulate like crispy . After this, he interacted with the students who were having several question in their mind and discussed all those in the session and also told the difference between a manager and a leader and what quantities both should posses.

After these valuable words, the PGDM Coordinator Prof. Kapil Mohan summarized as well as highlighted the most crucial points and give the vote of thanks to Guests.

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Guest lecture on Grooming Session by Mr. Animesh Puri, Management Practitioner and Advisor.


On date 29th January’ 2016, guest lecture on “Grooming for the successful career” was conducted as part of PDP program for MBA (2014-16). Mr. Animesh, a management expert, speaker and trainer, was invited for the session. He has around 20 years of experience with strong professional credentials, including BIT & IMT Ghaziabad. He initiated the session in an interactive way, by asking several questions from the participants. During the session he insisted on many things, starting from hygiene to clothing. 

He gave important tips on grooming for men as well as for women. Session covered nuisances related to seating, hand movement and body language. He sited many examples from his own experience. He shared valuable tips of grooming before interviews or business meetings.

He insisted students to remain positive and confident and look at fine details of non verbal communication. He emphasized students to be active and full of observation. In these two hour session, students learned about importance of self image. Students were able to pick appropriate information for their self grooming

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Three Days Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp


Day-1, DST sponsored Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp
With an objective to promote and create awareness among students of MCA Programme, a Three-days Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC) sponsored by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi was organized by Entrepreneurship Development Cell (E - Cell) of Department of IT, Institute of Technology & Science Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized from 28th- 30th January 2016.

( Inaugural Ceremony) 
The Camp was inaugurated on 28th January 2016 by the Chief Guest Dr. Rishi Raj Singh Director-UPEA NIESBUD Noida, Dr. S. P. Mishra – A well known expert in Entrepreneurial Development, Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey - Director-IT, Coordinator MCA Prof. Puja Dhar & Event Coordinator Prof. Saurabh Saxena. Total 110 students of MCA IV Semester attended this entrepreneurship awareness camp.

Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey Director-IT while address the gathering touched the various dimension of entrepreneurship from raw to the actual product. He very well said when a time poses challenge is when the real entrepreneur emerges. He shared with student that in each of us an entrepreneur exists which inspire us to experiment, fail, retry & succeed in our professional & personal life.

Dr. S. P. Mishra who is always the source of inspirations & motivating us for promoting & getting engaged with entrepreneurial activities blessed the student with an informative & motivational talk by taking various live examples.

Dr. Rishi Raj Singh Director-UPEA NIESBUD Noida delivered a wonderful session on Idea sensing & generation. It was very interesting session where the participants are divided into groups where they have to generate new ideas for entrepreneurship. The participants had learned and even delivered their new ideas for being an entrepreneur through presentation.

Prof. Saurabh Saxena Coordinator-E-cell briefed the participants about the primary objective of this camp was to make the participating students aware about the different areas of skills where they can establish themselves as Entrepreneur and create the job for others. Participants were aware about various components of entrepreneurship development process through lecture, panel discussion, interaction and experience sharing by existing entrepreneur.

Prof. Puja Dhar Coordinator-MCA while addressing said department of IT is always trying to give various opportunities to our students to know the best possible career options which are available in the market and this is the need of our that we understand the options, opportunities & prospects available to us.

Panel Discussion

On the second day, a panel discussion was organized. The panel included experts from various domain having expertise in Entrepreneurial Mentoring, Guiding in preparation of Project Report, Evaluation & Assessment of Project Reports, Investors, Government Policies & frameworks, Experienced Entrepreneurs and new start-up. The panel members included the representation from Banking Institutions, NISC, NGO, Entrepreneurs, Government Organization and young entrepreneur.

The Panel was moderated by Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey, Director (IT). In his opening remark, he said that to be successful entrepreneur, one has to have basic understanding of the options available, how to present a conceived idea into a Project Plan which is implementable and how it can be executed in a sustainable manner. He also said there is a risk involved into it and hence until an idea has substantial convincing backing and thorough understanding of the proposed project, its implementation will always be shaky. He expressed his confidence that the panel will address all these issues to make the student understand and think accordingly.

Shri Abhay Pratap Industry Manger, Punjab National Bank having specialized in project assessment shared all the issue related to the bank with the participants.

Shri Amit Bajpai, Vice President DIA Skills presented a detailed discussion on importance of idea and its implementable action plan. He also shared the government schemes & initiative for start-ups and new entrepreneurs.

Shri Manoj Gaur, Branch Manager, NSIC, Ghaziabad spoke about the facilities, policies & the procedure that how NSIC can help new start-ups in their creation, making them self-sustainable and prosper. He presented a detailed discussion about the initiatives and opportunities available at NSIC.

Ms. Shampa Banerjee, Executive Director WASME & Owner of NGO SAVE, Shared her experience that how she created many poor women an entrepreneur. Ms. Banerjee emphasized on the need of repeated assessment of an idea before actually thinking of direct implementation, as at a later stage such approach may lead to difficult situation. She shared many inspirational cases that she encountered and got involve in establishing them successfully.

Shri Jasveer Singh, CEO & Co-Founder of Qik Stay shared his own journey with the participants.

Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey – Moderator of the Panel, while summing –up the panel discussion, said that merely starting-up a new start-up does not guarantee that it will sustain in long run, as any solution propounded is being challenged everyday by many of the competitors who wish to enter in the market every day to create their own space, and thus to sustain in long run, it is very important that one has some feedback mechanism about the solution offered for users perspective and continuously work to fix bugs, if any, improve the features & functionality, addresses the issues left and more importantly does contentious assessment of his/ her creation for any additional value addition. If these things are taken care of, there is always an edge and probably the start-ups can grow & prosper not by taking others together and ensure their prosperity. This would create employment opportunities for others as well and will be a real service to society and nation at large.

Earlier, the moderator of the Panel, Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Director-IT at I.T.S, Ghaziabad introduced the Panellists with the audience.

Vote of thanks was proposed by E-Cell Coordinator Prof Saurabh Saxena.

All the faculty members of Department of IT & students were present in the session.

(Day-3 Valedictory)

On the third day of the event, Shri Romy Chopra, Vice President NIIT Technologies was invited as the Chief Guest during the concluding session. In this session, as young lade entrepreneur, Ms Charu Chopra, Business Head – CRACKERwas invited as a special Guest.

The session was formally commenced with the lamp lighting before Goddess Saraswati by Chief Guest Shri. Romy Chopraji, Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey - Director-IT, Ms. Charu Chopra, Prof. Puja Dhar – Coordinator of MCA Programme and Prof. Saurabh Saxena, Coordinator – E-Cell. In the beginning of the session Director (IT) welcomed the Guests and said that entrepreneurship is not something which is developed overnight. To be an entrepreneur, one needs to keep close watch and observe the problems around as small problem may open newer opportunity which can take anyone at a height which may be unprecedented. But whether one becomes an entrepreneur or not, a basic understanding to everyone always helps in increasing ones horizon of knowledge and appreciate other who are on this path. He expressed his happiness on active participation of students & faculty members in this 03-days event.

Shri Romy Chopra, Vice President NIIT Technology Ltd while address the gathering shared the difference between a employee & employer, shared his own experience as a employee from last 36 years. He touch upon various dimensions and nicely differentiated the advantage of both to be an employee or to be an entrepreneur and the challenges present in each. He said that there should be an honest assessment of an idea and its viability in terms of implementation and uses, is key to success. 

Ms Charu Chopra young entrepreneur & head of new business-CRACKER, very illustratively explained various aspects of entrepreneurship using her own journey to be a entrepreneur. It was really one of the best sessions conducted and was very interactive and mesmerizing. She shared her own journey from employee to employer.

Director-IT Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey congratulated the participants for completing 3Days Entrepreneurship Awareness camp & wished them very best for future end ever.

Vote of thanks was proposed by E-Cell Coordinator Prof Saurabh Saxena and thanked to the Chief Guest and the Special invited guest..

During this 03-days event, all the faculty members of Department of IT and students of MCA IV Semesters were present.

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Marketing Club at ITS PG Campus Organized Ad Mad Show for MBA Students


The 'Advertisement Making Competition' for MBA students was a platform to showcase their creativity in marketing products and services. Its objective was to acquaint them about promotional strategies in marketing through advertisements. It comprised of humorous & conceptual ad presentation by the students.

Students acted out on various advertisement script and ideas relevant for different sectors including FMCG product, white goods, services, automobiles and social awareness etc.

The event was judged by Prof Lalit Sharma & Prof Anuja Roy. The advertisements were judged on the basis of their uniqueness, presentation skills and audience engagement. Dignitary present for the event was Dr. Sapna Rakesh, Director Management. She appreciated the efforts put in by the students and highlighted the importance of creativity in present day scenario.

Students were very enthusiastic throughout the program. Winners were awarded with certificates and gifts. Further to boost the morale, each of the participants were awarded with participation prizes.

The first winning team performed an act on the product, Glue Stick: Winners of the advertisement were, Vimal Prakash Pandey, Trivesh & Aman Pratap Singh, MBA II Sem. The second winning team presented an act on the product: Livon hair oil: Winners were Ziya, Radhika Solanki & Zami, MBA II Sem. The third winning team enacted on the the product Lifebuouy Hand Sanitizer. Winners were, Deepanshi Mehta, Dolly Sharma, Gaurav, MBA II Sem.

The Club looks forward to organize more such events in the near future.

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