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  • 07 Nov 2017
    Summer Internship Project Competition “Anubhav-2017”

    Department of Management Studies of Institute of Technology &Science, Ghaziabad organized 4th Summer Internship Project Competition “Anubhav -2017&r... read detail

    Department of Management Studies of Institute of Technology &Science, Ghaziabad organized 4th Summer Internship Project Competition “Anubhav -2017” for PG Management studentson 7th November, 2017. The objective was to provide a platform to the budding managers to share their first hand experiences, learning and ideas gained during their almost two months association with corporate in recent past during their Summer internship. Event was a big hit as more than 40 participants from various management Institutions of NCR shared their presentations based on their experiences and learning during summer internship. All the presentations were evaluated on parameters like Research methodology, analysis and findings, suggestions, logical flow and control over presentation etc.

    The event started with the welcome address of Director, Dr.Ajay Kumar, Dr. V N Bajpai presented the overview of the program and highlighted different dimensions of the SIP.

    Dr. Suman Kumar Singh, Consulting Partner, Kanzen Institute Asia Pacific Pvt. Ltd.was the Chief Guest and Dr.AmitaSrivastava ,Director- BCRTC- Brencis Groupwas Guest of honor . In hisinaugural address Dr. Suman said that learning is a life long journey, one should keep stick to the fundamentals to achieve not only shot term success but also long term advantage. He emphasized on knowing and believing on our values. He said that Summer Internship is a critical step in the process of enhancing students’ credentials and boosting up the competitiveness. Dr. Amita Srivastava emphasized the importance of research and applying the right set of tools and techniques for analyzing a given situation.

    The registration for SIP Competition were from various management institutions of NCR like, MIET Meerut, Galgotia college of engineering, IMS engineering college, Jaipuria Institute of management, GLBIMR Greater Noida, ABES Ghaziabad, and I.T.S, Ghaziabad. After the daylong presentations at four different venues, cash prizes and certificates were awarded to the winners of various categories.

    Prashant Kumar Sharma of I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Himanshu of I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Saloni Garg of I.T.S Mohan Nagar and Vidit of MIET Meerut won First Prize in HR, Marketing, Finance, and International Business respectively. All these winners were awarded with certificates and prize of Rs.5000/- each.

    Dr. V N Bajpai, Dr. Puneet Kumar & Dr. Surendra Tiwari coordinated this entire event very well.?

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  • 05 Nov 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    5th November, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a discussion on Electricity, its... read detail

    5th November, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a discussion on Electricity, its productions, distribution, utilization and significance.
    Volunteers of the day Shefali Gupta, Abhijita Sinha, Pramendra Singh Tomar, Shubham Tewari, Bikram Parajuli and Rakesh Dam started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’ and informed the children about the session scheduled for the day.
    The talk of the day was on ‘Bijli Hai Shakti’ during which the volunteers started with the slogan ‘Bijli hai shakti, ise vyarth na gawaao. Jitni jaroorat ho utni jalaao’. Further they explained the process of production of electricity i.e. through dams and turbines, generators, windmills, solar panels etc. The children were told how electricity was invented, how it is stored temporarily, how its distribution takes places and in how many ways we use it.
    The children were also told to save electricity and switch off bulbs, fans and appliances when not in use. Later a quiz was conducted as usual and the correct and prompt responses were appreciated with on the spot prizes.
    Meanwhile two TGT teachers of Delhi Govt who were passing by, took interest in the Parivartan activity. They stopped and interacted with the slum children and motivated them to join some big or small school also.
    The activity concluded with the distribution of Crax Curls 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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  • 01 Nov 2017
    Guest lecture by Mr Deepaq Sharrma for PG Management students

    A guest lecture was organized by Management Department at I.T.S- Mohan Nagar campus on 01st November, 2017 for PG management students on the topic “Life... read detail

    A guest lecture was organized by Management Department at I.T.S- Mohan Nagar campus on 01st November, 2017 for PG management students on the topic “Life Skills for Success and Beyond” by Mr. DeepaqSharrma. Mr. Sharrma holds 27 long years of core HR experience and is among the top 10 HR influencers of Asia. He has been ranked 19th in the ‘Top 30 HR Most Influential Leaders of the World’.

    He is world renowned motivational speaker and a HR Leader with widespread Indian and international experience in diverse industry at the Enterprise level includes Manufacturing, F&B, Retail, FMCG, Consumer Goods, Auto-Oem, Pharmaceuticals, Retail, Education, Cement, Power Glass, Textile, and Garments, Chemical, Media and Aviation and others.

    He talked about the importance of taking pride in one’s own mother tongue. He challenged the conventional dominance of English in the corporate by giving examples of countries such as Japan and China that are doing as good as any English speaking country. He thereafter shared the learning of his life citing early days of his career. He shared with the audience his initial days in Corning and how he gradually moved up to the career ladder to become the Vice President Global for Corning. He shared the challenges in his professional life and the lessons that he learned.

    Mr. Sharrma highlighted three major components of growth-body, mind and soul. It is important to feed each of these for one’s overall success. We need food and exercise to maintain our physique, while knowledge is the food for the brain. The soul needs the divine blessing for its growth. The fourth component of growth is having the right attitude. This results from being fearless, which is in turn rooted in having faith in your own abilities. Mr. Sharrma used various analogies to explain the importance of these attributes in determining a person’s growth.

    He shared examples from the Indian mythology and particularly the Mahabharata from which life lessons can be derived. He highlighted that our thoughts form our words, which direct our actions. These actions then create our destiny. Hence, it is important to have the right mindset as what we think ultimately decides our destiny. Meditation is the key to gain clarity of thought and live an improved life.

    Towards the end of the session, he shared 3 major crisis situations that he faced in life which put him to test. Mr. Sharrma is a great example of what we can achieve if we have patience and don’t quit. The experiences that he shared with us were truly the life lessons that we need to incorporate in our lives.

    Students participated with full zeal in the discussion and asked several questions they had in mind. The deliberation was highly valuable for the students.

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  • 31 Oct 2017
    IT Club - BINARY at I.T.S Ghaziabad organised “TECHNOFUN-A TECH QUIZ” for MBA students (17-19).

    The binary club activity on 31-10-2017 and was inaugurated and conducted by co-ordinator binary club Prof. Lokesh Upreti.

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    The binary club activity on 31-10-2017 and was inaugurated and conducted by co-ordinator binary club Prof. Lokesh Upreti.

    The activity started with the First Round which was a written test followed by Pictorial round (Second round) and an Observation based Video Round (The Final Round). Total 97 Students participated in the event.

    1) The First round was the QUIZ round, of 15 questions.
    2) The second round took place with the top 10 scorers from the first round.
    3) Out of 10 students, 5 students were selected for the 3rd round.

    1st position- Ms. Rumaisa
    2nd position- Mr. Deepanshu
    3rd position- Ms. Apurva
    First runner up: -Mr. Ashish bhatt
    Second runner up: -Ms. Deeksha

    Director management, Dr. Ajay Kumar distributed the prize to the winners and motivated the entire team with his words of wisdom.

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  • 31 Oct 2017
    I.T.S Ghaziabad participated in Open House Discussion in PHD Chamber of Commerce

    Prof. Nitin Saxena and Prof. Ankur Ahuja along with Mr. Abhishek Chandra Dwivedi(PGDM) & Ms. Sakshi Panchal(MBA) attended “Open House Discussion on ... read detail

    Prof. Nitin Saxena and Prof. Ankur Ahuja along with Mr. Abhishek Chandra Dwivedi(PGDM) & Ms. Sakshi Panchal(MBA) attended “Open House Discussion on Impact of Recent Economic and Regulatory Development on Indian Forex Market” at PHD Chamber of Commerce on 31st October, 2017. The session was formally inaugurated by Mr. Anil Kahiatn, President PHD Chamber, Chief Guest- Shri R.S. Ratho, Chief General Manager, Financial Market Operations Department, RBI and Guest of Honor- Shri Vikas Jaiswal, Assistant General Manager, Foreign Exchange Department, RBI.

    Mr. Khiatan in his inaugural speech discussed that there are many factors which impact EXIM turnover in a country like Rupee-Dollor ratio, Political environment, Economic policies etc. He categorize players in Forex exchange in three categories Aggressive, Moderate and Conservatives. He also denied on the myth that if rupee depreciate than export with increase keeping data of 2013 where rupee depreciate by 23% and also there is a decrease in Export turnover.

    After the Inaugural Session the forum was open for discussion by Chief guest and Guest of Honor. Mr. Vikas was mainly discussing the structural change that has been incorporated by RBI for foreign investors. He mentioned that RBI is trying to involve SEBI for displaying and trading of currency through exchange. RBI is also workinh on making Indian banks more liberal for issuing bonds in overseas market and also making easy for overseas direct investment in India. Also there will be speedy procedure for remittances process both inward and outward and it will be easy for importers & exporters for posting their bills through e-portal of RBI.

    Mr. Ratho discussion was on common global exchange code. He said that is the requirement of global market to have a standardized code for trading in overseas market. He discuss that soon RBI will be introducing common global exchange code for which the preparation was started in May, 2017. He also discussed that international is dependent on 5 Principles: Ethical, Governance, Execution, Information Sharing and Risk Management & Compliance. These global codes will be covering all the basic principles of market. These codes will be voluntary for the players.

    The session ended with thought soon India will also lead in global trade market through common global exchange code and it will easy for everyone to have a track on foreign exchange rates.

     

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  • 31 Oct 2017
    I.T.S Ghaziabad participated in Open House Discussion in PHD Chamber of Commerce

    Prof. Nitin Saxena and Prof. Ankur Ahuja along with Mr. Abhishek Chandra Dwivedi(PGDM) & Ms. Sakshi Panchal(MBA) attended “Open House Discussion on ... read detail

    Prof. Nitin Saxena and Prof. Ankur Ahuja along with Mr. Abhishek Chandra Dwivedi(PGDM) & Ms. Sakshi Panchal(MBA) attended “Open House Discussion on Impact of Recent Economic and Regulatory Development on Indian Forex Market” at PHD Chamber of Commerce on 31st October, 2017. The session was formally inaugurated by Mr. Anil Kahiatn, President PHD Chamber, Chief Guest- Shri R.S. Ratho, Chief General Manager, Financial Market Operations Department, RBI and Guest of Honor- Shri Vikas Jaiswal, Assistant General Manager, Foreign Exchange Department, RBI.

    Mr. Khiatan in his inaugural speech discussed that there are many factors which impact EXIM turnover in a country like Rupee-Dollor ratio, Political environment, Economic policies etc. He categorize players in Forex exchange in three categories Aggressive, Moderate and Conservatives. He also denied on the myth that if rupee depreciate than export with increase keeping data of 2013 where rupee depreciate by 23% and also there is a decrease in Export turnover.

    After the Inaugural Session the forum was open for discussion by Chief guest and Guest of Honor. Mr. Vikas was mainly discussing the structural change that has been incorporated by RBI for foreign investors. He mentioned that RBI is trying to involve SEBI for displaying and trading of currency through exchange. RBI is also workinh on making Indian banks more liberal for issuing bonds in overseas market and also making easy for overseas direct investment in India. Also there will be speedy procedure for remittances process both inward and outward and it will be easy for importers & exporters for posting their bills through e-portal of RBI.

    Mr. Ratho discussion was on common global exchange code. He said that is the requirement of global market to have a standardized code for trading in overseas market. He discuss that soon RBI will be introducing common global exchange code for which the preparation was started in May, 2017. He also discussed that international is dependent on 5 Principles: Ethical, Governance, Execution, Information Sharing and Risk Management & Compliance. These global codes will be covering all the basic principles of market. These codes will be voluntary for the players.

    The session ended with thought soon India will also lead in global trade market through common global exchange code and it will easy for everyone to have a track on foreign exchange rates.

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  • 29 Oct 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    29th October, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a Defence Special Activity in wh... read detail

    29th October, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a Defence Special Activity in which the children learnt about the peculiarities of Army, Air Force and Navy.
    Volunteers of the day Akanksha Trivedi, Vaibhav Aeran, Sonia Dhawan, Prabhat Awasthi, Nagma and Rakesh Dam started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’ and informed the children about the session scheduled for the day.
    The talk of the day was on ‘Defence Forces of India’ during which the volunteers described the peculiarities of all three forces of India i.e. Army, Air Force and Navy. The descriptions mainly included the difference in uniform, its colour, area of operations, weapons used, synchronization of all three forces, their uniqueness and difference between defence forces and police.
    The children were also told about the gallantry awards including the highest Paramveer Chakra. After the briefing, a quiz was conducted on the same content and the correct responses were appreciated with the on the spot prizes (stickers and cards brought by PGDM volunteer Ms. Akanksha Trivedi).
    The children really felt interested in the description of Forces. Their queries and responses gave the volunteers a feeling and satisfaction that the content has been well absorbed.
    The activity concluded with the distribution of biscuits and éclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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  • 27 Oct 2017
    “Dhan ki Baat”- A Session at Zee Business

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organized a visit to Zee Business, Film City Noida, for MBA IIIrd Semester, finance specialization students, to attend “Dhan Ki Baat&rdq... read detail

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organized a visit to Zee Business, Film City Noida, for MBA IIIrd Semester, finance specialization students, to attend “Dhan Ki Baat” on 27th October, 2017.

    The Guest invited for the show was Mr. Md. Shahid, from India Infoline. Mr. Shahid gave an elaborated presentation on, why one should buy Health Insurance, as a very important tool for covering risk component in the personal wealth management. As further elaborated, the premium charged, role of TPA, claim ratio and network of insurance company were discussed as key checkpoints, at the time of purchase of Health Insurance.

    MBA students raised very valid and appropriate questions to the speaker. Some important questions raised were the need of Health Insurance along with Life Insurance, details about room capping in listed hospitals, services covered and offered by government hospitals.

    The session continued for 30 minutes, and was very informative & interactive through which the students were benefitted a lot. Dr. Shuchita Singh coordinated the visit.

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  • 26 Oct 2017
    Participation of Faculty-IT in iBharat 2017

     Dr. Sunil K. Pandey, Director - IT along with Dr Umang,Prof. Puja Dhar, Prof. A.N. Tripathi, attended 4th iBharat 2017 on 26th October, 2017 at FICCI, New Delhi.
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     Dr. Sunil K. Pandey, Director - IT along with Dr Umang,Prof. Puja Dhar, Prof. A.N. Tripathi, attended 4th iBharat 2017 on 26th October, 2017 at FICCI, New Delhi.
    The objective of this event was to engage government and the private sector in exchanging views and deliberate upon achieving India
    i-Bharat 2017 was organized by FICCI in association with Ministry of Electronics and IT, Government of India. With the theme "ICT elucidation for Unsolved and Unserved", the prime focus of the event was to promote governance through ICT, and further utilizing ICT solutions as the tools for India’s Socio-Economic Transformation.

    i-Bharat has already established itself as the leading platform for the digital community to harness the power of ICTs, exchange ideas, knowledge and experience, discuss international best practices, understand investment patterns and opportunities etc.
    It was overall good learning experience for faculties.

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  • 25 Oct 2017
    Expert Talk by Dr. Gireesh Chandra Tripathi for PG Mgmt. Students.

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organized Guest lecture by Dr. Gireesh Chandra Tripathi, on 25th October, 2017, on the topic “GST & Demonetization: Implications on ... read detail

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organized Guest lecture by Dr. Gireesh Chandra Tripathi, on 25th October, 2017, on the topic “GST & Demonetization: Implications on India”. The guest Dr. Gireesh Chandra Tripathi, Deputy Director General (Academics), NTPC School of Business talked about the concept of GST and Demonetization in India.

    He said that Demonetization is a generations’ memorable experience and is going to be one of the economic events of our time. Its impact is being felt by every Indian citizen. Demonetization affects the economy through the liquidity side. It was a bold step by the Govt. as nearly 86% of currency value in circulation was withdrawn without replacing bulk of it. As a result of the withdrawal of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes, there occurred huge gap in the currency composition as after Rs 100; Rs 2000 is the only denomination.

    Absence of intermediate denominations like Rs 500 and Rs 1000 will reduce the utility of Rs 2000. Effectively, this will make Rs 2000 less useful as a transaction currency though it can be a store value denomination.

    Talking about GST, he said that the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a game-changer that is expected to provide the much needed stimulant for economic growth in India by transforming the existing base of indirect taxation towards the free flow of goods and services. GST is also expected to eliminate the cascading effect of taxes. India is projected to play an important role in the world economy in the years to come. The expectation of GST being introduced is high not only within the country, but also within neighboring countries and developed economies of the world.

    By merging a large number of Central and State taxes into a single tax, GST is expected to significantly ease double taxation and make taxation overall easy for the industries. For the end customer, the most beneficial will be in terms of reduction in the overall tax burden on goods and services. He further added that introduction of GST will also make Indian products competitive in the domestic and international markets. Last but not least, the GST, because of its transparent character, will be easier to administer. Once implemented, the proposed taxation system holds great promise in terms of sustaining growth for the Indian economy.

    Students participated with full zest & zeal in the discussion and asked several questions they had in mind regarding GST & Demonetization. The deliberation was highly valuable for the students.

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