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XIIth annual Inter Institute Cricket Tournament - 2016

04-04-16

The 12th annual Inter Institute Cricket Tournament was held on 4th to 7th April, 2016 at Ingram Stadium Ghaziabad Following teams were participated in this tournament
1. ABES-IT Engineering College, Ghaziabad
2. ABES-EC Engineering College, Ghaziabad
3. Radha Govind College, Meerut
4. Radha Krishnan College, Meerut
5. Shri Ganpati College, Pilkhua
6. I.T.S College, Mohan Nagar
7. I.T.S College, Muradnagar
8. AKG Engineering, Ghaziabad

 Match summary :

S.No.

Date/Day

Shift

Match

Result

Man of the Match

1

04.04.2016

Monday

Morning

(09.30am - 12.30pm)

Radha Govind

Vs

AKG Ghaziabad

AKG won by 4 Wickets

Aditya

2

04.04.2016

Monday

Evening

 (1.00pm – 4.00pm)

Radha Krishnan 

 

Vs

       Shri Ganpati

Shri Ganpati

won by 04 Wickets

Kapil

3

05.04.2016

Tuesday

Morning

(09.30am - 12.30pm)

I.T.S Murad Nagar

Vs

ABES-IT

ABES won by 69 Runs

Sudhanshu Singh

 

 

4

05.04.2016

Tuesday

Evening

 (1.00pm – 4.00pm
)

I.T.S Mohan Nagar

Vs

ABES-EC

ABES-EC College won by 90 Runs

Akash Sharma

5

06.04.2016

Wednesday

Morning

(09.30am - 12.30pm)

SEMI FINAL – I

AKG College

Vs

ABES-IT

AKG College won by 11 Runs

Aditya

6

06.04.2016

Wednesday

Evening

 (1.00pm – 4.00pm)

SEMI FINAL – II

ABES-EC

Vs

SHRI GANPATI

ABES-EC won by 23 Runs

Aman

7

07.04.2016

Thursday

09.30am –1.30pm

FINAL

ABES-EC

Vs

AKG

ABES-EC won by 4 Wickets

Anant

 

All the man of match players had received trophy
Man of the tournament had also received a trophy.
AKG College won the runner up trophy and awarded a cash prize of Rs 5000/- along with team and individual trophies.
ABSE-EC College Ghaziabad won the winner trophy and awraded a cash prize of
Rs 11000/- along with team and individual trophies.

Vice Chairman Mr.Arpit Chadha, I.T.S - Education Group , Director – IT Dr.Sunil Pandey, Director Management- Dr.Sapna Rakesh, Director-UG-Dr.Vidya Sekri, Vice Principal - Dr.S.Bhattacharya, Prof.Rakesh Roshan, distributed the trophies.

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

03-04-16

 3rd April, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’, the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a fresh class that included the practice of tables and the distribution of surprise gifts.

Volunteers of the day – Saurav Tyagi, Abhishek Kumar, Rahul Bhattacharya, Kanika Goel and Satender Rana started the class with the regular check of the hygiene and personal grooming of the slum children. Those who came bathed, neat and clean were appreciated aloud.
The class started with the prayer ‘Itni shakti humein dena daata’ which was recited two times to make the children familiar and comfortable with the text and content of the prayer. Then the routine practice of counting from 1 to 100 took place in Hindi and English followed by English alphabet.
In the second session of the day, the loud recitation of the tables from 1 to 5 was done as revision. Later the table of 6 was done afresh.
The class ended with the distribution of biscuits, chocolates and Crax salty snacks packets among all the children. The faculty coordinator of CSR activities Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers.

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International Conference: ICDMTB-2016

02-04-16

Department of management of Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad organised an International Conference on “Developments in Management, Technology & Business” on 01st & 02nd April, 2016.

The International Conference has made ripples in Management Education. The congregation of academicians helped in creating very positive vibes in the academic industry. In all 18 academicians of repute including Dr. Vinay Sheel Gautam, Sr. Advisor KPMG and Founder Director IIM K, Dr. T V Rao, Chairman TVRL and Former Professor IIM A, among the most renowned name in management education, Dr. C P Srimali, Director MDI Gurgaon , Dr. Ganesh M Prabhu, Professor Strategy, IIM B, Dr. Atanu Ghosh, Prof. Strategy SOM , IIT Mumbai , Dr. Punam Sehgal , former dean IIM Lucknow , Dr. Srini R. Srinivasan, faculty Jamnalal Bajaj Mumbai and many others from MDI, IMI, IMT , joined us during the conference. .

01st April, 2016: Inaugural Session
The conference was jointly inaugurated by the chief guest Dr Vinayshil Gautam, Sr Advisor KPMG, Founder Director IIM K and First Head of Management Department, IIT Delhi and keynote speaker Dr C P Shrimali, Director, MDI Gurgaon and Shir B K Arora, Secretary, I.T.S The Education Group.

Dr Sapna Rakesh, Director Management delivered the Welcome address followed by Conference overview by Dr Anita Mathew.

During his keynote address Dr Shrimali talked about technology as a driver of modern age and touched upon various issued concern with Technology leverage. Dr Vinayashil Gautam in his address sensitized the younger generation about opportunities available in India and their role to drive India ahead. He said that our challenge is to train and mentor the next generation of effective leaders who will shape the future of business, politics, and education in the face of global change.

At the end of the session the conference proceedings was released. Prof Anuja Roy coordinated the session effectively.

Technical Session 1:
The first technical session was on Financing, Marketing and Capability Building to accelerate competitiveness. Dr Ajay Pandit, Former Professor, FMS, Delhi University, Dr Ganesh M Prabhu, Professor- Strategy , IIM Bangalore and Dr Deepak Tandon, Professor- Finance, IMI, New Delhi were the speakers of the session.

Dr Ajay Pandit talked about the increasing demands on marketing organizations that are leaving marketers and their firms vulnerable. Most marketers would endorse this assertion and then acknowledge their uncertainty about how to navigate this reality. The drivers for the widening marketing performance gap are increasing complexity, interacting with an accelerating rate of change in markets and serious organizational impediments to responding.

Dr Ganesh M Prabhu highlights that goal of most strategies is to build an enduring competitive advantage by establishing clever market positioning or assembling the right capabilities and competencies for making or delivering an offering. Companies undertake periodic strategy reviews and set direction and organizational structure on the basis of an analysis of their industry and some forecast of how it will evolve and develop competitiveness.

Dr. Deepak Tandon said in the marketplace, it’s not the strongest who win, but ones most responsive and adaptable to change. Today, for business leaders and CXOs, it is a constant struggle to adapt to a fast-changing business environment. It’s not just about making the right choices for themselves but for all their stakeholders – employees, business partners, clients, customers, policy makers, shareholders and investors.

The session was well coordinated by Prof Shikha Arora.

Technical Session 2:
The second technical session was on Strategic drivers for innovation and entrepreneurship in business. Dr Shailendra Nigam, Professor- HR, IMI New Delhi, Dr V J Sebastian, from IMT Ghaziabad and Mr C K Sabharwal, MD Crop Health have addressed the gathering and answered the questions of the participants.

Dr Sailendra Nigam said that today we live in a technological ‘age’ and global economy where competition has become knowledge-based. In modern theories of growth and development technological innovation has taken the centre stage. Our love for novelty and new gadgets is thus based on practical and theoretical foundations.

Dr V J Sebastian highlighted the growing interest in the relationship between technological innovation (and entrepreneurship) and the way it can promote global growth and development.

Prof. C K Sabharwal said that Governments and development agencies are focusing on generating inclusive innovations, using policy instruments that induce the private sector—working on its own or in partnership with the public and nongovernment sectors—to create and disseminate innovations that relevant for underserved market segment.

02nd April, 2016:

Technical Session 3: 
The second day of the conference took off with deliberations on another exiting theme “Management Challenges to engage with New order stakeholders” with the prolific academicians like Dr Atanu Ghosh from SJMIMS, IIT Mumbai, Dr Srini R Srinivasan from Jamna Lal Bajaj Institute, Mumbai, Dr Shobha Kulshretha, Renowned consultant in International Business Area and Dr Deepak Singh, Director HR, KPMG.

The discussion and deliberations revolve around Stakeholder engagement as a cutting edge tool. Some companies like Starbucks, which is crowdsourcing new product ideas through its “My Starbucks Idea” social media platform, are showing leadership in identifying and holding discussions with diverse stakeholder groups. But just as many companies are struggling to build the basics of engagement and appropriately respond to increasing pressure. This is happening in part because stakeholder engagement is part of the CSR basics.

It has become such a norm that companies complete it to tick a box rather than endeavoring to understand what engagement specifically means to them. Managers charged with stakeholder engagement are also feeling pressure created by social media. More voices clamoring in more outlets for more attention is changing the reasons companies engage, how they engage, and with whom they engage.

The session was very well coordinated by Dr V N Bajpai.

Technical Session 4:
Dr Punam Sahgal, VP HR NAtional Institute of Smart Govt., Dr Ganesh M Prabhu from IIM b and Dr Rishiraj Singh, Director, NIESBUD discussed in length on Emerging Business models to drive growth in India. The speakers of the session talked about the opportunities and challenges involved in managing with the emerging business models based on IT platform. How India is benefiting from the growth of startups in this area.

Technical Session 5:
Dr T V Rao, Chairman, TVRLS, Former Professor IIM A, Dr Kavita Singh, Professor-OB, FMS, Delhi University, DrDebi Saini, Professor HR,MDI, Gurgaon, Dr A M Sherry, Head & Dean, HCL Talent Care discussed the issues related to the theme Technology, Society and Social change in India. Dr Rao said that in the wake of modernization and globalization, the processes of social mobility, the nature of demographic changes and increase in urbanization and industrialization have brought significant changes in Indian society. There have come vast changes in the fields of new professions, banking, management, media and information and several other sectors of service.

The conference received huge response from research scholar, academicians and industry participants. Over 200 research papers were received. 151 abstract and 6 theme papers have been included in conference proceedings published by Bloomsbury, a well known publication house. There were 66 selected paper presentations from close to 45 institutions including paper from IIM Kashipur , BHU , Jamia Islamia , RGIIT Kerala, amongst many others in six different tracks with session chairs of Professors from IIM B, IIT B, Jamna Lal Bajaj, Mumbai, IMI, Delhi and IMT Ghaziabad. 111 delegates and 18 speakers attended the Conference, which included 22 international delegates from Ghana, Butan, Kambodia, Peru, Russia, Namibia, Zimbabwe also

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Faculty IT attended workshop at JNU

30-03-16

Director-IT Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey, Prof. Puja Dhar, Prof. Umang and Dr. Vidushi Singh had attended one day International Workshop on “Big Data Analytics” on 30thMarch, 2016 at JNU, New Delhi. The objective of this workshop was to analyze Big Data. The details of the workshop are as follows:

The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. MukeshMohania IBM Researcher, Dr. T.V.Vijay Kumar JNU, Dr. D.P.Vidyarthi JNU. Dr. Mohania has delivered his keynote talk on “Big Data Analytics and Application” The workshop was divided into 5 different talks by 5 eminent speakers.
Talk 1:
Topic :“Bid Data and Contextual Intelligence”
Speaker: Dr. L.V. Subramaniam, IBM Researcher.
While addressing the participants Dr.Subramaniam discussed about the sources and characteristics of Big Data with 4 V’s used into it.
Talk 2:
Topic : “An Overview of the Map Reduce Research”
Speaker : Dr. Himanshu Gupta,IBM Researcher.
Dr. Gupta has started his talk by defining HDFS in detail. He also explained why and how replication is done. He also discussed in detail about Map Reduce. He concluded his session by mentioning some research areas of Map Reduce.
Dr. GuptatTalk 3:
Topic : “Scalable Graph Algorithms on Massively Parallel Computers”
Speaker: Dr. Yogesh Sabharwal,IBM Researcher.
While addressing the participants, Dr. Sabharwal briefed about Single Source Shortest Path.He also talked about basic algorithmslike Dijkstra and Bellman-Ford in detail. At the end he has given comparison on between the basic algorithms.
Talk 4:
Topic : “Introduction to Knowledge Graph Stores with Application”
Speakers: Dr. Sameep Mehta,IBM Researcher.
Mr. Mehta discussed about , Apache and about the Challenges for Cloud Computing like availability of service, what happens when the service cannot deliver service, data confidentiality and availability is a serious problem. He said that security is the major concern in cloud computing. He also discussed about the knowledge graph stores with applications. He also gave some live examples of day to day life.
Talk 5
Topic : “Issues and Challenges in Sentiment Extraction from Financial Data”
Speakers: Dr. Ananda Swarup Das,IBM Researcher.
While addressing the participants Dr. Ananda talked about the issues and challenges in Sentiment Extraction from Financial Data. He nicely explained each aspect related to the financial data and how it is extracted from the live data.
At the end of this one workshop, certificates and mementos were distributed among participants.
Overall it was a good and new learning experience about BigData.

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

27-03-16

 27th March, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’, the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a fresh class that included the practice of tables and the distribution of surprise gifts.

Volunteers of the day – Ayushi Verma, Sachin Panwar, Sher Singh Chouhan, Akansha Saxena, Vikas Babu and Satender Rana started the class with the regular check of the hygiene and personal grooming of the slum children. Those who came bathed, neat and clean were appreciated with the Alpenliebe éclairs and Classic Cream biscuits.
The class started with a brief on the introduction and significance of tables. This was followed by the loud recitation of the tables from 1 to 5. The children also revised the counting from 1 to 100 and practiced the English alphabet.
There was a noticeable surge and excitement among the children for the salty snacks packets which contained Holi special surprise gifts like tortoise, elephants etc.
The class ended with the distribution of biscuits, chocolates and Crax among all the children.

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Management Faculty Workshop on Business Research Methods & SPSS

22-03-16

On 22nd of March, 2016, A half day Faculty Workshop on Business Research methods and SPSS was organised. The resource person for the workshop was Dr Sanjeev K Jain. Dr Jain shared his vast knowledge in the field of Research and its applications in Business Management. Objective of the FDP was to discuss and understand the application of SPSS in various business 

research applications. Dr Jain covered the subject matter while starting with creating a database and simultaneously importing data. Using the same data, he created various scenarios and situations to cover different topics.

There were 11 Faculty participants who attended the workshop. The participants were Dr Anusha Agarwal, Dr V N Bajpai, Prof Nitin Saxena, Prof Ankur Ahuja, Dr A P Tripathi, Dr Charu , Prof Shikha Arora, Prof Neetu Purohit, Prof Kapil Mohan Garg, Prof Parul and Dr Satish Kumar

From this session all participants felt benefited and enlightened.

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Prof. Anuja Roy conducted a two days MDP for Corporate Delegates

22-03-16

Professor Anuja Roy, conducted a two-day Management Development Program on “Corporate Grooming & Business Writing Basics” for Corporate delegates on 21st & 22nd March, 2016 in Hotel Park Plaza, New Delhi.
 

The training was attended by delegates from the Corporates namely -MDI Healthcare Services Pvt. Ltd, Ultratech Cements & Polyplex Corporation. The workshop was organized by GCM Worldwide, India’s leading training company with business in the area of Conferences, Workshops and FMCG products.

The two-day workshop apprised the trainee the importance of business writing and corporate grooming basics. The training emphasized the importance of self-introductions, first impressions, handshakes, effective body language, table manners. Further it highlighted the need for effective business writing, focussing on the importance of correct spellings, grammar & punctuation with the basics of formatting and structuring content.

The session was made highly interactive by means of ice breaking exercises, energizers and other content centric activities.The participants were highly enthusiastic and participative. The participants being from different domains, exchanged their views and opinions on the subject with utmost excitement and eagerness.

At the end of the workshop, the participants were determined to make a positive difference in their respective workplaces.

The session concluded by certificate distribution to the participants. It has been a great learning experience for all present.

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Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme Holi Special Activity on 20th March, 2016

20-03-16

20th March, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’, the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a grand Holi Celebration with gulaal, pichkaris and a lot of fun.

Volunteers of the day – Ashi Sharma, Amitabh Upadhyay, Amaan Siddiqui, Naman Bhatnagar and Satender Rana started the class with the regular check of the hygiene and personal grooming of the slum children. Those who came bathed, neat and clean were appreciated with the Lays Chips packets.
The class started with the loud recitation of the table of 8 followed by the counting from 1 to 100. The children also practiced the English alphabet.
The second session of the day was the Holi Celebration. Volunteer Amitabh made a brief about Holi and told the slum children the significance of Holi. Later gulaal was put on the cheeks of the children, and syringes (pichkaris) & holi caps were distributed among the children. They were all excited and happy beyond words seeing the celebration and the gifts.
The celebration ended with the distribution of special cream biscuits and chocolates among all the children.

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Utthan Lab Activity : Holi Celebration

19-03-16

19th March, 2016 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a Holi Special activity during which the little children enjoyed the power-packed Dance Competition and a session on Indian Banking System.

Volunteers of the day – Aanchal Grover, Jayjita Sarkar, Ayushi Nigam, Neha pant, Rohit Thakur, Himanshu Saini, Prashant Singh, Amaan Siddiqui, Priyanka Gupta, Naman Bhatnagar, Nikunj Tyagi, Radhika Solanki, Komal Goyal, Satyapal Yadav, Rudraksh Varshney, Rahul Bhattacharya and Satender Rana started the day with the roll call and the song ‘Hum Honge Kamyab Ek Din’ followed by the brief on the day’s activities and the competition.

The activities for the day included two different sessions. The first session titled as ‘Indian Banking System’ discussed the basics of the banking system in India. The children were told about the importance and functioning of banks. They were also briefed about the types of bank accounts and their features. A short list of private and government banks was also shared with the children. Finally a quiz based on this session was conducted and those who replied correctly were appreciated with prizes.

The Second session of the day was the Holi Special Dance Competition which literally rocked the stage with the power-packed performances. Little boys and girls took amazing interest in the competition and danced to the tune of the super-hit Holi numbers of Bollywood. The infection of excitement soon spread to even volunteers who also availed the chance to test their waists on ‘Rang barse bheege chunar wali’. The best Six children were awarded with fabulous teddy bears and big syringes (Pichkari) while 19 others were also appreciated with the similar prizes.

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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Best Computer Application Institute - 2016" Award

18-03-16

Institute of Technology & Science recognized as "Best Computer Application Institute - 2016" and awarded for Outstanding & Exemplary contribution Higher Education by CEGR (Center for Education Growth & Research" on Friday, 18th March, 2016 at India International Center, New Delhi by Director - AICTE - Dr. Manna, Dr. Arun Kumar - Member of Parliament, and other eminent Guests including Vice Chancellors, President, Vice President of CEGR and Dr. Gurdeep Dhillon I.T.S , Ghaziabad of I.T.S, Mohan Nagar Ghaziabad.

The efforts of last few years for improving infrastructure, facilities, latest upgraded Wi-Fi Infrastructure, Revamped Racked Server Room with installation of Powerful Servers, enhanced Security Mechanism through UTMs, Continuous support, encouragement & engagement of our Alumni present virtually in all leading companies across the World including ORACLE, Microsoft, IBM, AMAZON, SAP, Infosys, TCS, Accenture, CSC, WIPRO, Amdocs, Paytm etc, Excellent Placements this year in companies like TCS, WIPRO, SOPRA, NIIT Ltd, NIIT Technologies, IBM, CSC, Tech Mahindra, JK Technosoft, Paramarsh, efforts of our existing students, The class of unparalleled events like CEO MEET, IT Summits in addition to regular events like Conference, Seminars, FDP, MDPs, Training Programs & Consultancy to the leading organization like Indian Air Force all has contributed in reaching to it.

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Case Writing Webinar was organized for management faculties.

17-03-16

 Faculties of ITS PG, Management Department along with Dr. Sapna Rakesh, Director Management, attended a one-hour webinar session on “Effective Case Writing” on 17.03.2016. The session was delivered by Dr. David J Sharp, Professor Strategy, Ivey Business School, Canada. At the outset, he emphasized the growing importance of case method teaching in Business Schools worldwide.

Followed by which, he explained the framework for writing effective teaching cases. The speaker discussed the various aspects of writing a teaching case, from a meaningful case title to building a story featuring a business issue that has a learning outcome for students. He further explained that the case should have clear teaching objectives. He also highlighted that cases need to be accompanied by teaching notes. Teaching notes provide a guideline for the teacher to introduce and analyse the case in classrooms. It should comprise of the case synopsis, key issues, teaching scheme, discussion questions.

Dr. David also addressed several questions on the topic put forward by the audience from several parts of the country.

Faculties present in the webinar posted several questions on the subject which were very clearly addressed by the speaker. The session was well received by everyone present.

The team looks forward to be a part of such sessions in the near future.

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Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey was invited to chair a technical session

16-03-16

Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey was invited to chair a technical session on "SUSTAINABLE COMPUTING" INDIACom – 2016; 10th INDIACom; 2016 & 3rd IEEE International Conference on “Computing for Sustainable Global Development” being organized during 16th – 18th March, 2016, technically sponsored by IEEE Delhi Section and Technically supported by GGSIP University, New Delhi, ISTE Delhi Section, CSI Region – I, Csi HQ Divisions - I, II, III, IV & V, IETE Delhi Centre and IET (UK) Delhi Local Networks. It was really a wonderful platform for exchange of knowledge, research & works by researchers across the country from leading organizations and institutions.

The grand success of this event is credited to the able mentorship & able leadership of Prof. Mn Hoda and his team,

The session was kept on the theme of “sustainable Computing” total 18 papers on the theme related to High Performance Computing.

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Expert Talk on Mantras for Success” by CSI-Student Branch @ ITS

16-03-16

An “Expert Talk on Mantras for Success” was organized by CSI-Student Branch@ITS, Dept. of IT, ITS, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad on 16th March, 2016 (Wednesday) in Seminar Hall-1 (AB-IV) during 01:45 pm – 04:30 pm for the students of MCA Course. Looking the relevance of the topic in present scenario, the Invited Talk was initiated & coordinated by Dr. Rabins Porwal (CSI-Student Branch Counselor@ITS) by inviting renowned academician & researcher Dr. Narendra Kohli Ji, Professor & Head @ Department of CS/IT, HBTI, Kanpur with the objective of making students aware of tips & introductory rules for getting success in their life for the purpose of filling the gap between academia & industry requirement as a little contribution towards it. Faculty members from the department were also present in this Talk.

Dr. Kohli has rich experience of 25 years in teaching a very renowned institution of national repute HBTI, Kanpur and has contributed a lot in several roles for spreading the knowledge in technical & non-technical domain at several places.

While addressing students, Dr. Kohli started with basic meaning of Success for different people in the world. He gave several examples of successful people in the world in different dimensions and shared stories on how these people attained success in their life or particularly in the domain of their interest. Dr. Kohli also shared some famous quotes spoken by Successful people who have set a benchmark in their achievement. He also motivated the participating students with what is important in the present scenario to get a success in their life by sharing facts about daily routine and not to rely on fate rather than be dependent on what they can do, i.e., Karma. He also mentioned that every student should identify their Goal of life as per their capabilities and abilities and the skills they are having at present. He elaborated the famous shaloka of The Geeta: “Action is thy Duty, Reward is not thy Concern”. 
Towards the end of his talk, Dr. Kohli discussed about several books available on this topic. The Resource person discussed the whole gamut of getting Success very nicely and effectively in a very short span of time staring with very basics and taking everybody present in the session towards the real life examples at present.
In the beginning, Director-IT welcomed Resource Persons by presenting him a growing plant as a symbol of progress. The Talk ended with vote of thanks to Eminent Resource person, participating MCA Students and present Faculty members by CSI Student Branch@ITS. This was, indeed, a true talk on a very demanding topic of these days. All participating students enjoyed learning something new with which they were not aware of before attending this Talk.
 

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Dr. Vijesh Jain & Dr. V. N. Bajpai conducted FDP at KIHEAT, Delhi.

15-03-16

Prof. Vijesh Jain, Associate Professor at I.T.S, Ghaziabad, conducted a technical session cum faculty development lecture as invited speaker at Kamal Institute of Higher Education and Advance Studies, Delhi (Affiliated to I.P. University, Delhi), as part of a National Seminar cum FDP on "International Business and Strategic Management", held at the college campus on 15th March, 2016.

It was also a pleasure for Prof. Vijesh Jain to be welcomed at Institute campus, as chief guest and keynote speaker for the inaugural ceremony of the National Seminar. Faculty and selected students of several IP university affiliated colleges attended the inaugural ceremony followed by a half day technical session cum “faculty development lecture” by him on the topic "Current Geopolitical Environment for Business".

Later in the day, there was another half day technical cum faculty development lecture by Prof. V.N. Bajpai, Professor of Marketing at I.T.S. The topic of the lecture was – Blue Ocean Strategies. The lecture was conducted in an interactive manner with a process focusing on experiential learning. The program was also attended by a number of faculties from Kamal Institute as well as other colleges affiliated to I.P. University, Delhi.

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Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

13-03-16

13th March, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’, the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad brought a surprise test and a revision class for the slum children which concluded with chips, chocolates and cookies as usual.

Volunteers of the day – Varsha Nehra, Sanjay Kumar Barik, Monika Gupta, Ravine Singh, Astha Saluja, Satender Rana, Vikas Babu and Sher Singh Chouhan started the class with the regular check of the hygiene and personal grooming of the slum children. Those who came bathed, neat and clean were appreciated with the Lays Chips packets.
The class started with the loud recitation of counting from 1 to 100. This was followed by the practice of English alphabet.
The second session of the day was a quiz on ‘Ten Good Habits’ which was effectively conducted by the volunteer Astha Saluja who revised the lesson done on the last turn. Those who replied promptly and correctly were applauded with the prizes. Later ‘Identification of number’ game was played to help the children revise and retain the lessons done so far.
This class ended with the distribution of cookies and chocolates among all the children. This class was effectively coordinated by Mr. Sher Singh Chouhan, President, Parivartan Club.

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