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  • 16 Jan 2018
    MBA Students, (2017-19) and (2016-18) Batch, attended Discussion on Modi’s Budget’2018 at Zee Business Studio

     A visit of MBA (2017-19) and (2016-18) students was organized by I.T.S Ghaziabad, to Zee Business studio for the debate show on Professional Discussion ... read detail

     A visit of MBA (2017-19) and (2016-18) students was organized by I.T.S Ghaziabad, to Zee Business studio for the debate show on Professional Discussion on Modi’s Budget’2018. An intelligent and enthusiastic hot discussion took place on the topic. There were three panelist from different fields one of them was chartered accountant, second was tax expert and third one was from health insurance sector. Our students raised different queries on taxation related with agricultural business, women empowerment, health tax and comparison with advanced countries regarding tax slab, percent and GST and corporate tax rebate.

     

     

    The theme was based on young professionals and job seekers for profession in various segments of their interests. The discussion also highlighted on salaried class and job seekers. Finally panelists threw light on other areas like smart city, start-up, make in India, digital India etc.The tax expert’s comment was on ongoing government policies relating to areas of agriculture and employability enhancement.The chartered accountant’s comment was that if we can reduce the gap between professional education and skill education which is required by industry then the problem of unemployment may be minimized up to a limit. He suggested the need to create entrepreneurs rather than job seekers. The third speaker’s input was to do with infrastructure and allied areas of health and insurance. Overall it was a good learning experience for students.

     

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  • 15 Jan 2018
    MBA (2017-19) Students attended "MODI BOOSTER - BUDGET 2018", on ZEE BUSINESS

    I.T.S Mohan Nagar Ghaziabad, organised an interactive session for the MBA 1st year and IInd Year students on Modi Booster - Budget 2018 at Zee Business on 15t... read detail

    I.T.S Mohan Nagar Ghaziabad, organised an interactive session for the MBA 1st year and IInd Year students on Modi Booster - Budget 2018 at Zee Business on 15th January 2018.

    Eminent guests of the show were Ms. Yuvika Oberoi - Economist and vice-President at Yes Bank and Ms. Anuja Kapoor- Criminal Psychologist and Advocate. They discussed the changes which can be done in the budget so that there is a different tax slab for Men and women, how Tax can be allocated for implementation of various measures for women safety.

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  • 14 Jan 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    14th January, 2018 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class that included the discus... read detail

    14th January, 2018 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class that included the discussions on the food chain, food web, types of animals as per their food habits, wild animals and a little bit of English Language.

    Volunteers of the day Apurva, Hitesh Sharma, Hrithik Yadav, Varun Arora, Vineet Moses Das, Shankar Kadariya and George Rudolf Henry started the class with the prayer and informed the children about the highlights of the day.

    The first session of the day was on food chain and the food web. The children were told how the producer (e.g. grass) grows under the Sun and is eaten by the primary consumer (e.g. grasshopper). The primary consumer is then eaten by the secondary consumer (e.g. frog) which is further consumed by the tertiary consumer (e.g. python) and eventually the final consumer (e.g. hawk) consumes the tertiary consumer. At the end of this food chain the final consumer is decomposed by the decomposers. Similarly the children were also told about intermediate food links and the food web.

    PGDM Volunteer George also described Herbivorous, Carnivorous and Omnivorous animals with examples. He also mentioned certain wild animals like Lion, Cheetah, Jaguar, Elephant etc with their peculiarities. The children were amazed to know that an elephant weighs around 6000 Kg.

    The children also learnt some basics of English language through a practical exercise. MBA Volunteer Varun Arora treated the slum children with the Five Star chocolates and won their hearts.

    The class concluded with the distribution of Melody éclairs and Takatak. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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  • 07 Jan 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    7th January, 2018 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was an interesting class in which the... read detail

    7th January, 2018 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was an interesting class in which the children learnt important lessons of Math and Biology.

    Volunteers of the day Aprajita Srivastava, Annu Sharma, Anushka Bansal, Vaibhav Pandey, Tausif Ahmad, Hemant Shah, Nidhi Singh, Pallavi Rajput, Ritu Shukla, Rohit Kumar, Bikram Parajuli, George Rudolf Henry and Rakesh Dam started the celebration with the prayer and informed the children about the highlights of the day.

    The talk of the day was on the difference between the trees and the animals. The children were told about the peculiarities and characteristics of the plants and animals with the easy examples.

    The session on Math made the children familiar with the easy tricks of subtraction. Besides, they also revised the tables and counting. Prof. Gourvi Kakkar Madan of a Govt Degree College near Dadri felt attracted to Parivartan Activity out of her regular observation while passing through the highway. She also wished to teach and guide the slum children. The volunteers gave her a warm welcome for being a part of this noble task. She taught important lessons to slum buds this Sunday.

    The children were overjoyed to know that the President of Parivartan Club, Mr. Rakesh Dam has got placed. Since Rakesh would be leaving soon for his joining, this Sunday he brought snacks and Coffee Bite éclairs for the tiny tots. The children thanked him and wished him all the best for all his future endeavours.

    The class concluded with the distribution of Haldirams snacks and Parry’s Coffee Bite. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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  • 06 Jan 2018
    Blankets Distribution by ‘Parivartan’

    6th January, 2018 was one of the coldest days of the season. On this challenging day, the volunteers of ‘Parivartan’, a CSR Club of ITS, Ghaziabad... read detail

    6th January, 2018 was one of the coldest days of the season. On this challenging day, the volunteers of ‘Parivartan’, a CSR Club of ITS, Ghaziabad, distributed the blankets to the needy and the poor people struggling to keep themselves alive in the freezing winds.

    Volunteers – Rakesh Dam, George Rudolf Henry and Prashanjit Sen started around 11:00 pm with the faculty coordinator Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi and covered almost all directions and corners of the city from Dilshad Garden to Meerut Road, Vaishali, Anand Vihar, Surya Nagar, Sahibabad, Vasundhara, Lohia Nagar, Patel Nagar, New Bus Stand Ghaziabad, Old Bus Stand Ghaziabad and various other places of the city. The distribution took around 5 hours, starting at night and continuing till early morning.

    Out of countless stories of amazement, tears and blessings, two stories are worth special mention. While we were in Bajariya (Ghaziabad Railway Station Road), the volunteers spotted two people sleeping on footpath even without linen. They were coiled around a Drum Furnace (Tandoor) of a small dhaba. Even the Tandoor had gone cold. The volunteers took no time in covering them with the warm blankets.

    Another emotional moment was when the volunteers went ahead on the Passport Office Road in Kaushambi. They found a teenager pulling a rickshaw in just a shirt without proper woolen. When the volunteers clothed him with a thick jacket, the pleasure of warmth was brimming into his eyes. The boy did not hesitate in asking for a blanket too. It was given to him immediately and was reciprocated with deep obligation and a wide smile.

    This noble task ended with the utmost satisfaction, unforgettable experiences and the countless blessings. The blankets and jackets were bought with the money donated by the students, faculty and staff members of ITS, Ghaziabad

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  • 31 Dec 2017
    Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    31st December, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a never before grand celebratio... read detail

    31st December, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a never before grand celebration of New Year 2018 with the slum children. Clothes donated by the faculty, staff and students of ITS were distributed among the slum children and their family members. Director Management Dr. Ajay Kumar himself donated his own Suits, Sherwani and many other branded clothes to the slum dwellers during this celebration.

     

    Volunteers of the day Radhika Jain, Samina Khatoon, Mayank Verma, Mayukh Sau, Mitesh Kumar, Nainsi Yadav, Richa Sharma, Jitender and Rakesh Dam started the celebration with the prayer and informed the children about the highlights of the day.

     

    On 26th, 27th and 28th December, 2017, a donation collection camp was organized by Parivartan at ITS, Ghaziabad in which the faculty and the staff members and the students of various courses had donated woolen and normal clothes for the destitute. All these clothes were sorted in the Eklavya Boys Hostel on 30th December with the help of Mr. Rakesh Dam (President-Parivartan) and his friends. Finally around 4 big sacks full of clothes were taken to slum on 31st December for distribution among the needy. Hundreds of hands were up to grab the good quality clothes of their choice. The slum children and their family members availed the opportunity to the fullest being frank and loud.

     

    Hon’ble Director Management of ITS, Ghaziabad Dr. Ajay Kumar was himself present on this occasion who celebrated the new year with the slum buds and elaborated the importance of new beginnings in life. He himself donated his own Suits, Sherwani and countless other branded clothes to slum dwellers.

    The celebration included the decoration of the spot with balloons and ribbons, and the distribution Motichoor Laddus, balloons, balls and chocolates among the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

     

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  • 30 Dec 2017
    Utthan Lab Activity

    30th December, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a grand celebration of the New Year with the kind blessings of Director IT ... read detail

    30th December, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a grand celebration of the New Year with the kind blessings of Director IT Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey. The Children also enjoyed working on computers and participating in the Greeting Card Preparation Competition.

    Volunteers of the day – Shweta Sharma, Renu Chauhan, Shivani Jain, Jhalak Agarwal, Shivi Gautam, Prateek Srivastava, Bikram Parajuli and Rakesh Dam started the day with the brief on the day’s activities and the competition.

    The talk of the day was on ‘Resolutions for 2018’ which was based on the confessions of the mistakes committed in the passing year. The children frankly and honestly announced their New Year Resolutions which could make their life and relations better.

    The second session of the day was a practical session in the computer labs. The children were taken to Lab 1 and Lab 6 where the task was to explore Google Images and find out the best greeting card for 2018. Then the children had to draw the same card on the paper given to them.

    Drawing and decorating the Greeting Card on the sheet was the competition of the day. Out of around 150 children, 35 were chosen as winners of fabulous prizes like ball and rackets, flying disks, writing pads, stationery kits and highlighters. The encouraging presence and address of Director IT Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey boosted the morale of the children. He not only blessed them with his kind words but also felicitated them with prizes and appreciation.

    The activity concluded with the snacks and the cold drinks served to all. All the children were gifted with balloons, ball pens and salty snacks Crax Curl. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi guided the volunteers and enjoyed the activity as the faculty coordinator of Utthan Lab.

     

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  • 29 Dec 2017
    Dr. S.K. Pandey delivered Talk at FAEA Workshop at New Delhi

     Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey, Professor & Director (IT) at I.T.S, Ghaziabad was invited as a Speaker in Annual "One Week National Skill Development Work... read detail

     Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey, Professor & Director (IT) at I.T.S, Ghaziabad was invited as a Speaker in Annual "One Week National Skill Development Workshop" organized by FAEA Scholars of IITs, NIT's, AIIMS's and other leading Institutes of from all across the country and interact with them on 29th December, 2017. The event was organized in New Delhi during 27.12.2017 - 02.01.2018 at Vishwa Yuvak Kendra, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi. The Workshop was inaugurated by Honorable Justice Dalveer Bhandari, International Court of Justice. Dr. Pandey took Session on "Winning Edge through Information Technology: Latest Trends in Information Technology with Hands-On".

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  • 27 Dec 2017
    FDP on Customer Value Management by Mr Gautam Mahajan.

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organised a Faculty Development Program on Customer Value management for PG Management faculty members on 27th December, 2017. The FDP was con... read detail

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organised a Faculty Development Program on Customer Value management for PG Management faculty members on 27th December, 2017. The FDP was conducted by Mr. Gautam Mahajan, President, Inter-link and Customer Value Foundation.

    Mr Mahajan is the leading global thought leader in Total Customer Value Management. Mr Mahajan worked for a Fortune 50 company in the USA for 17 years and had hand-on experience in consulting, training of leaders, professionals, managers and CEOs from numerous MNCs and local conglomerates like Tata, Birla and Godrej groups. He is also the author of widely acclaimed books “Customer Value Investment: Formula for Sustained Business Success”, “Total Customer Value Management: Transforming Business Thinking.” and " Value Creation: The Definitive Guide for Business Leaders". He was President, of the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce, and was Chairman, PlastIndia Committee, Vice President All India Plastics Manufacturers Association, Trustee Plastics Institute of America. He was a member of the US India think tank. He was Chairman of the US India Economics Relations Forum. Among his honors is a Fellowship from Harvard Business School and Illinois Institute of Technology. He also has 18 US patents.

     

    The FDP was organized with the objectives:

     

    · To create awareness about Co-creation of customer value

    · Understanding Concept & global practices

    · Implications for Indian companies in different sectors.

     

    Addressing to the participants Mr. Mahajan highlighted that key development in marketing and business practice in the last decade has been the tremendous growth of customer relationship management (CRM). Many companies have invested significantly in customer databases to understand, monitor, analyse and influence customer behavior. The critical aspect of CRM is customer value, the economic value of the customer relationship to the firm. Customer Value Management is a measure of a company’s customers’ view of the perceived value for money delivered relative to that of their competitors’ customers. It is sometimes known as a Customer Value Added (CVA) approach. He said that effective Customer Value Analysis brings tangible benefits to a company. He shared various examples of multinational companies to make the participants understand the total customer value management and its implications.

     

    The FDP content and the delivery were well appreciated by the participants.

     

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  • 26 Dec 2017
    Session Attended on “Future of Work in a Digital Era: The Potential and Challenges for Oline Freelancing and Microwork in India”

     

    Dr. Indrneenl Mandal, a faculty at I.T.S Ghaziabad, attended a half day session organized by the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) a... read detail

     

    Dr. Indrneenl Mandal, a faculty at I.T.S Ghaziabad, attended a half day session organized by the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) at the Juniper Hall of the India Habitat Centre, on 26th December 2017. The purpose of the session was to discuss the results of a survey carried out by post doctoral students under the aegis of ICRIER.

     

    At first Dr Rajat Kathuria, Director and CE, ICRIER, highlighted the results of the study. He pointed out that while freelancing is an activity in which various sections of society were involved. As Dr Kathuria summarised, the online freelancing ecosystem had expanded to encompass a variety of skills, work type and commitment to freelancing. It facilitated the involvement of a signficant cohort of informal labour in India, particularly women. He stressed on the need for including freelancing as a part of labour policy design. He also referred to the necessity for building awareness and correcting perceptions through the concerted participation of multiple stakeholders.

     

    The next speaker was Ms. Helani Galpaya, the CEO of LIRNEasia. She spoke on another survey carried out in India by her own organisation. This survey was more comprehensive and wide ranging in terms of both the issues covered as well as the respondents accessed. The focus was on a more micro view with the individuals being interviewed for assessing their outlook towards online freelancing as a remunerative activity.

     

    Finally a panel discussion on the existing status of online freelancing in India and the way forward was held, with the participants being Mr Sanjeev Bikhchandani, Co-Founder and Executive Vice Chairman of Info Edge, Mr R.Chandrashekhar, President, NASSCOM, Mr Manish Kumar, MD and CEO, National Skill Development Council, and Dr Harsha Vardhana Singh, Executive Director, Brookings India. The discussion was moderated by Dr Kathuria.

     

    It was a interesting and eye opening session on the diverse aspects of a virgin area like freelancing. Everybody gained some unique insights based on the preceding interactions.

     


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