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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


Day of activity was significant for two reasons – it was Father’s Day and being the third Sunday of the month, it was time for learning through games as well. There could be no better opportunity for fusing both together.

Sudhanshu the powerhouse started the day with a most innovative experiment. He decided to use some balloon tricks to explain to the children that what appears to be magic is actually science at work. Common concepts of physics were demonstrated with the participation of the learners themselves. Naturally the kids were all ears and loved the experience.

Then livewire Nagesh came forward to discuss the importance of Father’s Day. After making the children discuss the significance of the day, he made them recite a poem on the love for fathers. Finally the game began as sheets were handed out and the children were asked to write or draw about their fathers. Three winners received a Table Tennis Set each. Notable mentions were rewarded with toffees and ‘Bikano Namkeen’ packets.

The longish day then drew to a close with the distribution of ‘Parle Good Day’ biscuits and ‘Parle Mango Bite’ toffees. 

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


Parivartan session for the day intended to cover two important topics – types of food, and languages of different states of India.

Ashish began the class with a discussion the components of food. He asked the children what exactly is food and why it is needed. He explained that food performs three main functions – providing energy, protection from disease and growth. Accordingly, he related how carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and fats take care of vital functions.

Next it was Rishita’s turn with a lecture on states and their languages. She interacted with the learners regarding major states like Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, as well as popular languages like Punjabi, Bhojpuri and Tamil. Those who successfully answered questions were given Éclairs toffees.

The regulation quiz covering the day's topics brought more winners, who received 'Parle Good Day' biscuits. Nagesh then took over the responsibilty for Chhoti Chhoti Baatein - jaate jaate aaj ka gyan. He opted for the Sanskrit shloka:

Yatra nari pujyante ramante tatra devta

(Divinity blossoms wherein women are honoured.)

Using these lines, Nagesh impressed upon the children the need to respect and care for women in their respective homes.

The day ended with the distribution of 'Bikano Namkeen' packets. 

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad conducted ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme covering the topics - elements of the Central Government and Grammar (Tenses).

Upasana started with a session explaining the structure of the government at the center. She talked about the roles of the President, Prime Minister and the Cabinet Ministers. In this connection, she also referred to major ministries like Home, Finance,Defense, External Affairs and Surface Transport and discussed the major functions under their purview. 

In the second session, Rishita taught the learners about the concept of tense in grammar. She explained the three different kinds of tenses, using examples to make it understandable. 

Finally it was time for Chhoti Chhoti Baatein - jaate jaate aaj ka gyan. Today the little ones were told about the need for maintaining proper health and hygiene during the grueling summer months through good habits like drinking water at regular intervals, washing hands before and after meals, etc.

At last it was quiz time as usual for refreshing the day’s learnings. Those who answered correctly were rewarded with a packet of ‘Bikano Namkeen’. This was followed by the distribution of ‘Britannia Good Day’ biscuits and ‘Parle Mango Bite’ toffees before the children turned homeward.

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Faculty attended FDP on Advance Data Analysis & Techniques: SEM & Econometrics


Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Prof. Ankur Ahuja successfully completed one week Faculty Development Program on Advance Data Analysis & Techniques: SEM & Econometrics during 24thto 29th May, 2019 at Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology.

The FDP was focused on giving hands on experience on Data analysis software’s like AMOS, E-Views & SPSS. FDP was packed with session delivered by Dr. Hamendra Kumar Dangi, University of Delhi & Dr. Sunita Arora the eminent speakers from academia. The Welcome address was delivered by Dr. Amit Gupta, HOD, Department of Management, MAIT.

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad conducted ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme on 26th May, 2019 covering the topics of Olympics, and Least Common Multiples (LCM) in maths.

The volunteers for the day were Sudhanshu Dixit, Pragati Singh, Vasu Garg and Nageshwar Mani Tiwari.

The introductory session of the day was on the Olympics as Pragati and Vasu, introduced the children to the world of the Olympics. She traced out the history of the games, pointing out how they started at Greece in 1896, with over 200 athletes from 14 participating nations. she also explained the significance of the Olympic symbol, discussing how the different colours of the rings in the symbol corresponded to the five major continents of the world.

Next Nageshwar and Sudhanshu took a class on LCM. They started by describing the concept of unlike fractions and how LCM provides a means for addition and subtraction between such fractions. Some of the students were called upon to come to the board to solve the problems as others did it in their copies.

After the customary quiz for evaluating the learning of the day, Sudhanshu returned with the now familiar Chhoti Chhoti Baatein - jaate jaate aaj ka gyan. Today it was a doha or couplet of Kabir:

Aisee vani boliye, mann ka aapa khoye,
Apna tan sheetal kare, auran ko sukh hoye.

Speak not through your ego, so that the body remains composed,

And you spread joy through your words.

The day concluded with the distribution of ‘Bikano Salted Peanuts’ and  ‘Parle Orange Bite’ toffees. Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers.Prof. Lokesh Upreti planned and guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.


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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad conducted ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme on 19th May, 2019.

The volunteers of the day were Sudhanshu Dixit, Kirti Singh, Monica Gupta and Tanishq Pratap Singh.

The classroom session of the day was handled expertly by Kirti as she rattled off figures relating to India’s preeminent position among the nations of the world. The session was very informative for the learners as there were aspects not normally discussed within the confines of a classroom.

Then it was time for the fun part, as the games began. Sudhanshu involved the smaller kids in a separate session, while the older ones were made part of a reverse command game, so as to identify ten winners. The ten winners were then assigned color photos, on the basis of which they were supposed to create a story. Basically the motive here was to encourage some creativity from the young ones. After some initial hesitance, proper guidance led to better performance. The three best performers received prizes in the form of bat and ball sets.

The quiz session returned as a means of recapitulating the fact based earlier session of the day. Things were then brought to a close with the distribution of ‘Good Day’ biscuits and ‘Parle Orange Bite’ toffees. Prof. Lokesh Upreti planned and guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.


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Dr. Umang invited as Guest Speaker at BVICAM


Dr. Umang invited as Guest Speaker to deliver a Technical Talk on “Vehicular Adhoc Networks and FANET” on 22nd May, 2019 

in Two Weeks Faculty Development Programme on “Emerging Research Trends in Computer Science and IT” from 13th - 24th May, 2019 during 09:30 a.m. to 05:00 p.m., Monday to Friday, is being organized by IEEE Del Section & IIPC (AICTE) of BVICAM, New Delhi, in collaboration with IEEE Computer Society (Delhi Section), CSI Delhi Chapter & ISTE Delhi Section at BVICAM, New Delhi.

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

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized activity in ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

The day took off with a session on fractions. Nagesh and Sudhanshu discussed the concept along with the various types of fractions – like and unlike, proper and improper, etc. Prof. Upreti came in to explain why fractions have a practical relevance; he told the children why the sense of proportion is significant to the basic idea of fractions, which made it much clearer for the learners. The kids were also taught about addition of like fractions.

Astha then held forth on the important issue of human rights. She told the children about Right to Equality, Right to Freedom of Expression, Right to Constitutional Remedies, Right to Culture and Education, etc. The learners were taught how an awareness of these rights can lead to a better quality of life as a citizen of the country.

Since the previous Sunday, an interesting new element has been started in the form of Chhoti Chhoti Baatein – short takeaways for the day or jaate jaate aaj ka gyan. While in the previous week it had been about good habits for the summer days, this week it was a Sanskrit shloka which stressed on the significance of respect to elders like parents, teachers and older relatives, and how it helps to build character. Once again, Sudhanshu provided the finishing touch of the day.  

The customary quiz was held to get an idea about the understanding of the day’s lessons. This was followed by the distribution of ’Parle Orange Bite’toffees and ‘Priya Butter Bite’ biscuits among the children.

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Faculty Development Program organizedon "Time Management"


Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Charu Chaudhry organized a Faculty Development Program on "Time Management" for faculty members of I.T.S Physiotherapy & Biotechnology College, Murad Nagar on May 4, 2019.

Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director-Management, I.T.S Mohan Nagar Campus inaugurated the program and emphasized upon the relevance of time management as a skill, which is essential to improve workplace productivity, in the dynamic competitive environment. Dr Charu focused on relationship between time management and self-management for professional excellence. With experiential exercises, she sensitized the participants that they can always improve productivity even if they are performing well. She also shared time management tools and techniques that can add value while prioritizing and scheduling the tasks. Various exercises helped participants to identify specific tools they need to use, to gain control of their time and become more efficient in near future. Session was highly interactive and faculty members participated in the program with full enthusiasm and energy. Presence of Director-Management and Dr. V N Bajpai encouraged all the participants.

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Faculty of I.T.S Ghaziabad attended FDP


Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Rajeev Johari successfully completed two weeks program of FDP on “Research Gaps in Economics: Issues and Data Sets” during 22nd April to 4th May, 2019

at Mahatma Hansraj College, University of Delhi. The entire program was delivered by distinguished interdisciplinary panel of experts in their specific domain from varied areas of academia, MHRD and policy makers, placed at established institutions like IIM-A, Delhi School of Economics, JNU, ICRIER, NIPFP, IGIDR Mumbai, NITI Ayog, RBI, IGNOU and other prestigious bodies.The rich variety in contents focused on current themes of Economics like public policy, policy research, data mining, Data Sets, Make in India, health economics, GIS, Regression Modeling, SAS, and advanced tools and applications in economics for upcoming markets. It was an enriched learning platform that can be further imparted to students in the area of economics from managerial perspectives. The basic purpose of this program was to act as a refresher and knowledge updationin the area of economics and also inter connect the problems of the society which is faced by researchers amidst the current challenges.

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Farewell Function “ADIEU” for MBA 2017-19


Department of management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized ADIEU- Farewell ceremony of MBA 2017-19 Batch on 3rd May 2019. It was an emotional celebration as the students of MBA (2017-19) bid farewell to their seniors.

The evening commenced with Lamp Lighting followed by a riveting Ganesh Vandana dance by the students of MBA First Year.

Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director (Management) in his address blessed the outgoing students for a successful journey ahead. He guided them to always be prepared for facing challenges in life and never give up on their dreams and aspirations. He motivated the students to always see themselves as good ambassadors of the Institute and to keep on strengthening the relationship with their Alma Mater.

The junior batch enthralled the audience with their captivating dance performances and added vigour and excitement to the evening.

Songs on friendship made the senior batch emotional and took them down the memory lane.

This year in a new initiative, 3 students of MBA 2017-19 Batch Mr. Ashish Bhatt, Ms. Vaishali Chauhan and Mr. Raj Sharma were felicitated for their highest attendance throughout the duration of the 2 Year course. The most awaited moment of the night was conferring of the titles to the senior batch.  Ms. Mamtaand Mr. Aru won the titles Ms. and Mr. Popular respectively and Mr. Varun Arora and Ms. Simmi Sharma were the recipients of the titles of Mr. & Ms. Farewell. All the winners were felicitated and blessed by Director- Management Dr. Ajay Kumar.

Students were emotional as they were leaving behind their friends and the institute. At the same time they were also excited and optimistic towards the possibilities which the future holds for them.

The evening ended on a high note where all the students rocked the dance floor and enjoyed the DJ followed by dinner.

The farewell ceremony full of celebration and emotions created lasting memories for all and strengthened the bond between the passing out batch and the Institute.

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Ghaziabad District Chess Championship-2019


Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad in association with Chess Sports Association, Ghaziabad hosted Ghaziabad District Chess Championship 2019on 30th April 2019. Total 152 players participated in the event from various chess academy, schools & colleges of Ghaziabad district, under six age categories.

The Championship was inaugurated by the chief guest Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S -The Education Group & Vice President of Ghaziabad District Chess Association other dignitaries were Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director(Management),Dr. Sunil Pandey Director (IT),Dr. Vidya Shekhari, Director(U.G.), Prof. Nancy Sharma, Vice Principal(U.G.), Prof. D.K.Pandey, Faculty Sports Coordinator, Shri Charul Bhatnagar, General Secretary (Chess Sports Association, Ghaziabad) and Mr. R. S. Chawala, Sports Officer, I.T.S, Ghaziabad.

This Championship aimed for the selection of the players for the state team and the development of chess in the district of Ghaziabad.

The closing ceremony of this championship was held   on 30thApril 2019 in august presence of the chief guest Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S -The Education Group & Vice President of Ghaziabad District Chess Association, other dignitaries were, Shri Charul Bhatnagar, General Secretary (Chess Sports Association, Ghaziabad), Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director(Management), Prof. D.K.Pandey and Sports Chairperson , Mr. R. S. Chawala, Sports Offier.

Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman- The I.T.S Group congratulated and expressed his best wishes to all the winners and participants for their active participation and encouraged them to excel in future. Dr. Ajay Kumar, director (Management) emphasized on both the physical and mental development of the youth to achieve grand success in life and ensured to extend maximum possible support to promote sportsmanship in the region.

The winners were awarded with trophies and certificates. All participants expressed there deep sense of gratitude and thankfulness to the dignitaries present during the ceremony and promised to excel in future.

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized the session with an introduction to the north eastern region of the country.

It was obviously a new place for the children as nothing seemed familiar. She explained why this part of the country was quite different, including its climate, topography, plant and animal life. To further familiarize the learners, she dealt with each of the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura, pointing out the unique features of each. Sudhanshu provided a helping hand during the session.

Then it was the turn of Nargis to bring back the children to the familiar subject of English grammar. The idea was to brush up the knowledge of vowels and consonants, and how these are used in the construction of words.  Copies were checked and graded to help the kids.

A quiz round was held to revise the day’s topics. The session then drew to a close with the distribution of ‘Bikano  Peanuts’ and ‘Britannia Good Day’ biscuits.

Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti planned and guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

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All India Karate Championship-2019


Karate Association of Ghaziabad in association with Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized “All India Karate Championship” at I.T.S, Ghaziabad on 21st April 2019. 

More than 700 male and female participants from different states of the country including; Andhara Pradesh, Telengana, Rajsthan, Uttrakhand, Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, Himanchal Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh etc.  participated in the Championship.

Chief Guest, Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S-The Education Group, inaugurated the event. Sh. Arpit Chadha is also the Chief Patron of the Association. Distinguished guests present were; Sh. Anil Kaushik, President of the Association, Sh. Rajiv Mundelwal, Secretary of the Association, alongwith Dr. Rajv Tyagi, Sh. B.L. Batra, Sh. Vjay Kaushik, Dr. P. Kumar, Sh. Kunal Tyagi, Sh. Sukhpal Singh, Sh. Surendra Yadav, Sh. Vinod Kumar, Sh. Nitin Srivastav etc.

The Championship was for 43 different weight categories. The main attraction of the championship was 10 feet, 8 ½ feet & 7 ½ feet high, specially designed brass cup & mementos for the winners. All the winners were given Gold, Silver & Bronze medals alongwith certificates.

The Karate association has also made 5 world records, which is mentioned in Limca Book of World Records.

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'Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme


'Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme at Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized activity

and discussed living and non-living things. They explained how living things were sentient creatures, with the ability to grow, breath and respond to stimuli. In contrast, non-living things were stationary with no response to phenomena.

Then it was time for the games to begin. However, as always, they had an educational aspect – concentration, focus, response and thinking – in other words, dhyan lagao, Inaam paao. First the learners were made to play Reverse Command. As the name suggests, they were supposed to do the opposite of whatever was asked. When 8 to 10 contestants remained, they were assigned roll numbers, and were asked to quote the preceding and succeeding digits. Three winners finally identified were awarded with "bat & ball set" each . The first part was managed by Rishita and Tulika, while Atul took care of the second round.

Copies were evaluated by the volunteers along with Prof. Upreti. Expectedly, there was a clamor for getting a ‘Good’ remark, leading to active participation on the part of the learners. The day came to an end with the distribution of ‘Bikano Namkeen’ and ‘Parle Kachcha Aam’ toffees. Group photos of the winners were taken with the volunteers. This led to more enthusiasm, as everybody wanted to feature in the snap.


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