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  • 15 Jul 2017
    I.T.S, Ghaziabad organised FDP on Academic Excellence.

    A Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on “Academic Excellence” by Dr. A.K. Mishra, Professor in the area of Finance & Accounting at IIM, Luck... read detail

    A Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on “Academic Excellence” by Dr. A.K. Mishra, Professor in the area of Finance & Accounting at IIM, Lucknow was held for management faculty at I.T.S Management Learning Centre on Saturday, 15th July, 2017 from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm.

    Dr. Mishra conducted the FDP with the objective of improving the teaching methods by adopting the case method teaching in the class room. He started his FDP with a case study which was given to the faculty a day earlier with a view that faculty will go through the case and will present their case analysis in the FDP. The case study was about LSI Logic Corp and its growth over a period of time.

    All the management faculty both from UG and PG department participated in the discussion. The case analysis and discussion was held from a very diverse view, almost incorporating all the management function.

    Dr. Mishra very well demonstrated that how a case needs to be analysed in the class room atmosphere so that actual learning takes place. After concluding the case study analysis he shared his experience and methods that he adopts for teaching IIM students.

    He advised faculty members to use plenty of small cases, news paper articles and news items in the class room to increase student’s participation and involvement. He was of the opinion that learning will not take place unless the class is interactive. He shared some of the tips with faculty to make classroom learning effective. He also shared his experience and knowledge about how to write good research papers. .Session ended with vote of thanks.

    Session was graced with the benign presence of Dr. A K Puri (DG) and Dr.VidyaSekhri (Director – UG).

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  • 15 Jul 2017
    Special Session by Mr. Kamal Dodeja

    A Special Session-cum-Workshop on “Building Private Cloud using Open Infrastructure and Implementation” was organized for IT Faculty Members on Sa... read detail

    A Special Session-cum-Workshop on “Building Private Cloud using Open Infrastructure and Implementation” was organized for IT Faculty Members on Saturday, 15th July ,2017, at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad. The Session was planned with an objective of providing an in-depth discussion, Demonstration with importance, components of Clouds, Software Defined Networks (SDN), Clouds with OPENSTACK Framework and their practical implementation aspects. This was really a very informative and knowledge enriching session.

    In this session Mr. Kamal Dodeja, Global Sales Consulting Manager, Oracle Corp. invited as the Key Resource Person in this event. The session formally started with the formal welcome of the Guest by Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey Director IT by presented him a bouquet.

    In this session, Mr. Mr Kamal Dodeja delivered talk on. In the session, he talked about the challenging and changing roles of professionals in OEM and Service Providing companies and shared his experience in Redhat, Sapiant and Oracle.

    While speaking as the Resource Person, he talked about the evolution of clouds, concept and mechanism of Virtualization and how it is implemented using Hypervisors, way of implementing Load Balancing using A-A and A-P ways, the cloud based deployment models IAAS, PAAS and SAAS. Mr. Dodeja enlightened on Private Cloud and its implementation on OPENSTACK with practical implementation.
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    This event was in the series of Invited talks by national speakers of repute by Dept of IT of the institute with an objective to provide the detailed insight of the theme to the upcoming and working professionals about the technological, research and allied issues and experience sharing by leading experts and professionals.
    After the talk, Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey Director IT delivered vote of thanks to Mr Kamal Dodeja for his enlightening talk. Mr Dodeja also interacted with the faculties and answered the queries related with research & applications raised during the session.

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  • 09 Jul 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    9th July, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class on vocabulary building and m... read detail

    9th July, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class on vocabulary building and moral values conducted through a story ‘Upkar’ from the series ‘Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya’ and concluded with the Cream Bell Orange Licks. PGDM Volunteer Ms. Shweta Sharma had brought Cadbury Perk chocolates for all the children while Mr. Jaydipta Dey and Mr. Justin Raj showered eclairs of different flavours on the little buds.
    Volunteers of the day Shweta Sharma, Sanjana Singh, Jaydipta Dey, Justin Raj, Jitendra Singh, Rohit Kumar and Shankar Kadariya started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
    The story of the day was ‘Upkar’ (Beneficence)’ which was from the series on values ‘Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya’ undertaken by the volunteers to teach the slum children. The story was about a lion who had gone stuck into a cage. When a man passing by released the lion, it thought of eating him. Then a Geedar (Jackal) came for the rescue of the man through its wisdom. The moral of the story was that we should think of possible threats too before offering help to anyone.
    Important and difficult words of the stories were explained to children with examples, synonyms and antonyms in Hindi and English.
    At the end of the talk, a short quiz was conducted on the topic discussed and the correct responses were appreciated with on the spot prizes and loud claps. There was also a round of revision for brushing up the previous lessons.
    The class concluded with the distribution of Cream Bell Orange Bars 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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  • 08 Jul 2017
    Dr. Umang, Department of IT received “Young Faculty in Science” Award in CAM Meet by VIFA

    The Contemporary Academic Meet (CAM) & VIFA Awards – 2017 event was organized by Venus International Foundation on Saturday, 8th July 2017 at Hotel... read detail

    The Contemporary Academic Meet (CAM) & VIFA Awards – 2017 event was organized by Venus International Foundation on Saturday, 8th July 2017 at Hotel Green Park, Chennai. In this function, Dr. Umang was awarded with “Young Faculty in Science (Computer Application)” during the meet. The objective of this Meet was to provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Higher Education. During the meet discussion and deliberation centered around Technical Talks, Research Discussions and Faculty Awards. The Faculty Awards aimed to honor the achievements of faculty and accelerate their role in Educational Institutions across the Globe. The Awards are bestowed in view of recognition of their Role, Outstanding Contributions, Significant Achievements and Sustained Excellence in their area of expertise and significant contributions made in Colleges & Universities. The Awards were bestowed to the Winners of the VIFA 2017 by the Guest of Honors namely Dr. Deborah Andrews, London South Bank University, England, Dr. Kiran K Velpula, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Peoria, USA and Dr. Myat Thu Thu Win, AIMST University, Malaysia, Dr. Thinagaran Perumal, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia, Dr. Chijioke J Nwalozie, De Montfort University, England at Vijaya Hall Green Park Chennai. In this event, participants and winners were from renowned universities of different countries including England, USA, Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia etc.
    It was overall wonderful learning experience.

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  • 06 Jul 2017
    Dr. Sunil K. Pandey & Prof. Sauresh Mehrotra attended IDC Enterprise Cloud Conference 2017

    Dr. Sunil K. Pandey, Director - IT along with Prof. Sauresh Mehrotra attended IDC Enterprise Cloud Conference 2017 on the theme “Delivering Enterprise ... read detail

    Dr. Sunil K. Pandey, Director - IT along with Prof. Sauresh Mehrotra attended IDC Enterprise Cloud Conference 2017 on the theme “Delivering Enterprise DX: Multicloud Infrastructure for the Digital Era” on 6th July, 2017 at Hotel Shangri La, New Delhi.
    The conference was focused towards the integration of the today’s Cloud Computing Infrastructure to meet the future needs of the industry for Integration of Cloud Computing Infrastructure for better manageability and performance. The conference was packed with the sessions delivered by the eminent speakers from the Industry.
    The welcome address was delivered by Mr Shalil Gupta, AVP, Insights & Consulting, IDC India.
    The Keynote address was delivered by Mr Sharyathi Nagesh, Senior Research Manager, IDC and his address was focused on the Future of Multi-Cloud Environments and the proposed Frameworks for putting it into work. He also elaborately explained about the process of creating the CoE at our organization for achieving it.
    Session 1 was delivered by Mr Gurdeep Singh, Head, Business Development (North & East), Cloud Security & CDN Services, Tata Communication. His talk was focused on Smart Hybrid Clouds and their binding at a single point provide a one faced business values for the corporate. He also discussed about various case studies in which they have delivered customized solution for integrating various types of Cloud Environments at a single point, which created the business value for their customers.
    Session 2 was delivered by Mr Matthew Allcoat, Chief Architect, Asia, Middle East, Africa & Turkey, BT Global Services, BT. He focused on the possibilities of the Future Digital Era which is not so far to come and the possibilities for the business houses to leverage the functionalities offered by the Multi-Cloud Computing Environments using the BT solutions. These solutions had made it much easier to connect and configure multiple clouds platforms according to the business needs.
    Session 3 was delivered by Mr Anjan Srinivas, Sr. Director, Product Management, Nutanix. His talk was focused towards the changing business need and leveraging Cloud Environments to fulfill these changing business needs. He discussed about the upcoming challenges and how corporate are making themselves ready to address the future issues with respect to Cloud Computing Environments. He also talked about the Nutanix Single Point Multi-Cloud Hardware Platform which can make this tedious task much easier for the CIO’s and IT Managers.
    The entire conference was a worth attending and it exposed us towards the fast changing Cloud Environments and the challenges which are also approaching us in the near future. They also gained information about the various solutions on which various solution providers are working to addressing these challenges.
     


  • 02 Jul 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

     2nd July, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was an interesting and inspiration... read detail

     2nd July, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was an interesting and inspirational class based on a story from Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya and concluded with the Cream Bell Orange Licks.
    Volunteers of the day Nainsi Yadav, Afzal Qureshi, Richa Sharma, Bikram Parajuli and Basu Dwivedi started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
    The story of the day was ‘Sadvyvhaar’ (Good Conduct)’ which was from the series on values ‘Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya’ undertaken by the volunteers to teach the slum children. The story was about a cow which was owned by Dharmpal. He kept the cow with him till it was milch. But when it stopped giving milk, he beat it badly and scared it away. The cow was then found by Madho who took all care of it. It recovered fast and started giving milk again and thus made Madho rich. Now Dharmpal wanted to have the cow back to him but the cow refused. The moral of the story was that even cattle can identify the good and bad behaviour.
    Important and difficult words of the stories were explained to children with examples, synonyms and antonyms in Hindi and English.
    At the end of the talk, a short quiz was conducted on the topic discussed and the correct responses were appreciated with on the spot prizes and loud claps. There was also a round of revision for brushing up the previous lessons.
    The class concluded with the distribution of Cream Bell Orange Bars 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 Jul 2017
    Utthan Lab Activity

    1st July, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a day that was marked with four important segments of learning with fun. The Utt... read detail

    1st July, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a day that was marked with four important segments of learning with fun. The Utthan Children were told about GST and Presidential Election along with their visit to computer labs and participation in the Drawing and Painting Competion on the theme ‘Ye Mausam Ki Baarish’. Countless prizes were showered upon the deprived but talented children.

    Volunteers of the day – Shashi, Richa Sharma, Anil Kumar Kushwaha, Novika Chadha, Parag Agarwal, Bikram Parajuli, Tarun Sharma, Prashant Sharma, Rajat Gupta and Mayank started the day with the brief on the day’s importance, activities and the competitions.

    The first session of the day included two topics – GST and Presidential Election in India. The children were told about the full form of GST, its pros and cons and the consequences of its enforcement. Then they were told about the ensuing Presidential Election in India, the process and the possibilities. The powers of the President and the Prime Minister were compared with examples.

    The Second session of the day was on Computer Skills. The children were taken to Computer Lab 5 and Lab 7 where the task for them was to find out the profiles and pictures of Mr. Ram Nath Kovind and Mrs. Meira Kumar on internet and paste them on an MS Word page. They were also told to tell any two facts from each profile. Those who did it excellently well were appreciated with special prizes. This helped the children get familiar with the candidates of the presidential election.

    The third and the last session of the day was a Drawing and Painting Competition with the theme ‘Ye Mausam Ki Baarish’ and the children were told to draw and paint the picture depicting the monsoon. Total 23 prizes were given to amazing little artists.

    Drawing sheets and Colour sets were given to all the children. The activity concluded with the heavy snacks and the cold drinks served to all. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi guided and accompanied the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of Utthan Lab.

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  • 29 Jun 2017
    FDP Session by Dr. Vijesh Jain on Principles of 'Sustainable Competitive Advantage'

     “A FDP was organised on 29th June, Thursday at I.T.S, Ghaziabad campus. The topic of the FDP was - Principles of 'Sustainable Competitive Advantag... read detail

     “A FDP was organised on 29th June, Thursday at I.T.S, Ghaziabad campus. The topic of the FDP was - Principles of 'Sustainable Competitive Advantage'. The main speaker of the session was Dr. Vijesh Jain, Professor, I.T.S, Ghaziabad. The FDP covered several topics of current interest in strategic management, marketing and governance based on the theme of the topic. The changing role of the business in society in the current context was deliberated and discussed among the participating faculty members who asked several questions to the speaker and which were duly debated. The session was highly interactive and intense in nature. The participant reported that the discussion was very useful for bringing about change in the direction of management concepts being taught in the class and will help update the concepts with the changing business and geopolitical environment across the world.

    The FDP covered several new theories propounded by Sir Michael Porter including the theory of Scale, theory of shared value, theory of advantage by cluster approach and other ideas. These ideas are in line with the current changes taking place in businesses. It was argued by the speaker that the perception of entrepreneur about what their business does in the society and perception about the society what a business does are converging for good and so are the goals of the businesses and the governments. It was further argued that government partnership with businesses is must in the current context for the benefit of the business as well as the society. It was also discussed that governments and NGOs have limited resources to carry out welfare job effectively. This gap can be filled by the role of businesses as societal problem solver rather than societal problems creator.

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  • 25 Jun 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

     25th June, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a twofold class that imparted valuable lessons to slum chi... read detail

     25th June, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a twofold class that imparted valuable lessons to slum children through two stories from Panchtantra – ‘Santushti ka Phal’ and ‘Laalach’. The children also relished Cream Bell ice-cream licks.
    Volunteers of the day Khushnuma Siddiqui, Renu Chauhan, Rishu Kejriwal, Konika Tyagi, Novika Chadha, George Rudolf Henry, Bikram Parajuli and Basu Dwivedi started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
    Two short stories of the day were ‘Santushti Ka Phal (Benefits of Being Contented)’ and ‘Kutte Ka Laalach’ (The Greed of A Dog) which were from the series on values ‘Panchtantra Ki Kahaniya’ undertaken by the volunteers to teach the slum children. The first story was about a poor Brahmin who once saw a snake and started offering him a bowl of milk every evening and return the Brahmin used to find a gold coin in the bowl every morning. One day when Brahmin went out of town for some important work, his son performed the same activity and received the gold coin next morning. But he thought of killing the snake so that he could collect all coins in one day. When he tried to kill the snake, it stung him and the boy died.
    Another story ‘Kutte Ka Laalach’ was about a dog who found a bone, came to riverbank, and when he saw his own reflection in the river water, he thought of snatching his bone too, The moment he opened his mouth, his own bone dropped into the water. The moral of both the stories was to avoid being greedy. One should feel contented with the limited resources on has. Important and difficult words of the stories were explained to children with examples, synonyms and antonyms in Hindi and English.
    At the end of the talk, a short quiz was conducted on the topic discussed and the correct responses were appreciated with on the sport prizes and loud claps. There was also a round of revision for brushing up the previous lessons.
    The class concluded with the distribution of Cream Bell Orange Bars 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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  • 21 Jun 2017
    3rd International Yoga Day Celebration

     As per the tradition and promoting our cultural heritage, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad celebrated 3rd “International Yoga Day” on 21st June... read detail

     As per the tradition and promoting our cultural heritage, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad celebrated 3rd “International Yoga Day” on 21st June’ 17 by the faculty & staff member under the guidance of Director General, Dr. A. K. Puri, as Yoga teacher, On this occasion Director-IT, Dr. Sunil Pandey and Director-UG, Dr. Vidya Sekhri were also present.

    Dr. Puri explained the benefits and importance of Yoga. Dr. Puri said that Yoga is not a religion, it is a way of living with the aim, is 'a healthy mind in a healthy body'. He said that every human being is a physical, mental and spiritual self, yoga helps promote a balanced development of all the three. Other forms of physical exercises, like aerobics, assure only physical well-being.

    During the session various Yoga activities like Praanayam & Yogasans were practiced duly guided by Dr. A.K. Puri and practiced by faculty & staff members present. These included Anulome-Vilom, Bhasrika, Kapalbhati, Paschimottanasana, Bhujangasan, Makaraasan, Taadasan, Laughter and Sukshma Yoga activities. The event concluded with Shanti Path by faculty & staff members present.

    On this occasion a large member of Faculty and Staff Members participated with high spirit and enthusiasm.

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