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  • 21 Jan 2017
    Summary report of “SAMVAD-VI” (Group Debate)

     In the present scenario of the recruitment drive of the IT companies of any size, they are looking their workforce on the board well equipped with the business communication skill ... read detail

     In the present scenario of the recruitment drive of the IT companies of any size, they are looking their workforce on the board well equipped with the business communication skill essentially English in addition to the sound aptitude and attitude with suitable leading IT degree.
    Our MCA students are from different walk of life, family background, hailing from far flung areas with vernacular languages. There is need to sharpen the communication and articulation skills for the holistic development of a student and eventually ready to move industry.

    Conceptualized by: Deptt of IT
    Targeted participants: MCA-IV sem students

    Snapshot of first round, as on 21.01.17

    Date                            No of participants                       Faculty moderators                           Agenda

    21.01.17                        17                                             Prof Abhay N Tripathi            Post demonetization,
                                                                                             Prof Varun Arora                     Govt has achieved the
                                                                                                                                                  set objective?

    21.01.17                         14                                           Prof Gaurav Midha                 Post demonetization,
                                                                                             Prof C M Sharma                    Govt has achieved the
                                                                                                                                                set objective?

    21.01.17                         12                                          Prof K P Singh                          Post demonetization,
                                                                                            Prof Rakesh Roshon              Govt has achieved the
                                                                                                                                                set objective?

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  • 15 Jan 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    15th Janurary, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class full brilliant with the... read detail

    15th Janurary, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class full brilliant with the solar eclipse and the lunar eclipse – the two topics discussed with the theory and the practical both.
    Volunteers of the day – Anupriya Pathak, Ruby Gupta, Jaydipta Day, Komal Goyal, Neha Pant, Rohit Thakur, Arif Hussain and Satender Rana (Dev) started the activity with the prayer – ‘Itni shakti humein dena data, mann ka vishwas kamjor ho na’.
    The talk of the day started with the theme of Solar Eclipse and Lunar Eclipse. First of all the children were asked if they had ever heard of ‘Surya Grahan and Chandra Grahan’ ? Out of around 75 children, only two-three raised hands and when they attempted to reply the answers were utterly wrong.
    The concept was first explained with the pictures on board, then with the models of the Earth, the Moon and the Sun. Two balls and a torch were used for the purpose. In the another functional model, a boy with yellow dress was shown as the Sun, a girl with green dress was made to stand as the Earth and a little cute boy was asked to play the role of the Moon. The concepts were explained by changing the positions of these children. Everyone around liked the idea and enjoyed. At the end of this session, a short quiz was organized and the best responses were felicitated with on the spot prizes of pencils and erasers.
    Second session of the day was a routine revision session. The class of the day ended with the distribution of Chips and chocolates among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of the CSR Club.

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  • 14 Jan 2017
    Faculty IT Attended Workshop on IOT

    Three faculty members from the Department of IT including Prof. Abhay Ray, Prof. Rakesh Roshan and Prof. Smita Kansal attended three days workshop on “... read detail

    Three faculty members from the Department of IT including Prof. Abhay Ray, Prof. Rakesh Roshan and Prof. Smita Kansal attended three days workshop on “IoT and Connected Hardware ” at Mlabs , Janakpuri New Delhi during 14th –Jan -2017 to 16th -Jan-2017. This workshop was conducted at Mlabs , Jankpuri New Delhi with support of Bit by Bit and Funstore , New Delhi , This workshop used hardware and sensors of Bit by Bit and used the services of Funstore for program writing.
    The Instructor of this workshop was Dr. Gaurav Gandhi , Founder of MLabs. He had his complete team to support and guide us at any point of time in this workshop. This workshop was very interactive and demonstration based which covered the following topics as given below.
    Day -1
    • Fundamentals of Internet of Things
    • Introduction of different IoT supporting hardware including Microcontrollers chips, Different kinds of sensors like light sensors , Ultrasonic Sensors etc.
    • Introduction to Arduino Nano chip and his programming in c++ and Java Script.
    • Programming in Java Script and C++ for ,Push Buttons , Rotary angular sensors ,Light sensors , Ultrasonic Sensor, Temperature and humidity sensors etc
    • Demonstration of combination of more than two Sensors on Arduino Nano chip
    Day -2
    • Fundamentals of Arduino Uno Chip and its advantages over Arduino Nano chip
    • Introduction of different IOT supporting sensors for Arduino Uno Chip
    • Introduction to Arduino Uno chip and his programming in c++ and Java Script.
    • Programming in Java Script and C++ for ,Push Buttons , Rotary angular sensors ,Light sensors , Ultrasonic Sensor, Temperature and humidity sensors etc
    • Demonstration of combination of more than two Sensors on Arduino Uno chip
    • Fundamentals of Raspberry Pi Chip and its working


    Day -3
    • Introduction of different IOT supporting sensors for of Raspberry Pi Chip
    • Basic commands of Raspberry Pi Chip
    • Programming in Python for Raspberry Pi
    • Programming in Python for Raspberry Pi chip using sensors like Push Buttons , Rotary angular sensors ,Light sensors , Ultrasonic Sensor, Temperature and humidity sensors etc
    • Demonstration of combination of more than two Sensors on Arduino Uno chip
    • Programming in Python to store the device or sensor data on web using Dweet and Datadrop web services .
    • Running analytics on stored data Dweet and Datadrop services.

    This workshop was fully demonstration based and gave us the fair idea about the IOT sensors and their integration through C++, JavaScript and Python programming. It was really a nice learning experience and full of learning.

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  • 12 Jan 2017
    Faculty IT Visited to “Digiwise- A Digital Seminar by Google

     A digital marketing seminar co-hosted by Google and HT Campus was attended by Director General, Dr. A.K. Puri; Director IT, Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey and P... read detail

     A digital marketing seminar co-hosted by Google and HT Campus was attended by Director General, Dr. A.K. Puri; Director IT, Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey and Prof. K.P. Singh on 12th January, 2017 at Hotel The Lalit, Connaught Place, New Delhi. The theme of the digital marketing seminar was on Driving ROI through Performance Based Marketing.
    The broad agenda of the seminar was as below:
    • Basics of Digital Marketing for Education Institutes
    • Using Online Medium to Maximize Reach of your institute amongst students
    • Decoding Terms like – SEM, SEO, GDN, Leads, Branding, YouTube, etc. – What do they
    mean. And how much should you pay ?
    • Formulating and maximizing online marketing plans
    • How to efficiently track your Digital Media spends
    • Understanding the Best Practices through case study discussions
    There were two sessions of the event. In first session the speaker from the Google, Ms. Meenakshi Singh enlightened the importance of Digital Marketing for the educational institutions in current era. Ms. Singh started here presentation with a voice search feature of the Google i.e OK Google which is very powerful search tool by voice and widely used by all segments of the users. Then she discussed on growing trends of users from desktop to mobile world. There is significant growth of users who either switched or switching to mobile from desktop searching for their day to day usage. She also focused on RSLA-Remarketing Lists of Search Ads, Google Ad words, Google Data, Bidding Up, Page load index, etc. The conclusion of this session was that as an educational institute, it should put more focus on mobile users for targeted aspirants for business point of view.

    The second session was hosted by Mr. Dwij Seth from HT Campus. Mr. Seth focused on importance HT campus collaboration with Google for benefits of digital marketing to users. He demonstrated the new enhanced portal of HT Campus with so many new features with better look and feel. Mr. Bhuwan from HT Campus supported during session of Mr. Dwij. The HT Campus team discussed on various types of digital marketing and it importance. The HT Campus team talked about the complete life cycle of digital marketing that how an educational institute each to its intended users, how users cloud be engaged for more time on the websites, and finally how these leads can be converted to the desired results. The second session was concluded by Mr. Ajay Arora from HT Campus with some facts and figures and case studies of digital marketing.


  • 08 Jan 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    8th Janurary, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad witnessed an overwhelming number of ... read detail

    8th Janurary, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad witnessed an overwhelming number of children. A total of 85 slum children attended this Parivartan activity in spite of freezing winter winds.
    Volunteers of the day – Harsh Raj, Ritu Shukla, Aanchal Grover, Ansh Gupta, Amaan Siddiqui, Kapil Verma, Bikram Parajuli, Arif Hussain and Satender Rana (Dev) started the activity with the prayer – ‘Itni shakti humein dena data, mann ka vishwas kamjor ho na’.
    The talk of the day started with the theme of Clean India and Green India. The children were told about the significance of public awareness and public efforts in keeping a country clean and green. Examples of some really clean countries from European, Asian and American continents were quoted with an emphasis on the fact that overall cleanliness is achieved only when the citizens of the country decide to do so. The briefing culminated with a practical session on cleaning the teaching-learning spot in which the slum children participated actively.
    Second session of the day was a routine revision session in which the children practiced counting, alphabets and tables. They also enjoyed practicing two poems – Koyal and Hathi.
    The class of the day ended with the distribution of biscuits and chocolates among all the children. Mr. Arif and his team effectively and successfully managed the task.

     

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  • 06 Jan 2017
    Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp

    With an objective to promote and create awareness among students of MCA Programme, a Three-days Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC) sponsored by Department ... read detail

    With an objective to promote and create awareness among students of MCA Programme, a Three-days Entrepreneurship Awareness Camp (EAC) sponsored by Department of Science & Technology, Government of India, New Delhi was organized by Entrepreneurship Development Cell (E - Cell) of Department of IT, Institute of Technology & Science Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized from 06th - 9th January 2017.

    Day-1
    Considering the objectives of the entrepreneurship awareness programme and the expectations of the participants, the programme contents, delivery and sequence was fine-tuned on the very first day of the programme. The participants were encouraged to challenge the concepts, ask questions and participate actively in the class-room interactions. The class room learning was supplemented by well compiled course material and handouts.

    The Camp was inaugurated on 6th January 2017 by Dr. A.K. Puri- Director General, I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Dr. S.P. Mishra, Dr. Vidya Sekhri- Director-U.G. campus ,Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey - Director-IT, Chairperson MCA Prof. Puja Dhar, Event Coordinator Prof. Saurabh Saxena and Prof. Varun Arora. Total 75 students of MCA IV Semester attended this entrepreneurship awareness camp.

    Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey Director-IT while address the gathering touched the various dimension of entrepreneurship from raw to the actual product. He very well said when a time poses challenge is when the real entrepreneur emerges. He shared with student that in each of us an entrepreneur exists which inspire us to experiment, fail, retry & succeed in our professional & personal life.

    Director General Dr. A.K. Puri, shared live examples of startup organization. He spoke on concept of Business, understanding & sensing opportunities and translating into Business Plan.He motivated students to think differently and start their own business. He delivered a wonderful session on Idea sensing & generation. It was very interesting session where the participants are divided into groups where they have to generate new ideas for entrepreneurship. The participants had learned and even delivered their new ideas for being an entrepreneur through presentation

    Dr. S. P. Mishra who is always the source of inspirations & motivating us for promoting & getting engaged with entrepreneurial activities blessed the student with an informative & motivational talk by taking various live examples.

    Dr. Vidya Sekhri emphasized the need for entrepreneurship and highlighted how the entrepreneurial eco-system has changed in recent times. She urged the students to take maximum advantage of the growing economy by venturing in to their own business.

    Prof. Saurabh Saxena Coordinator-E-cell briefed the participants about the structure, design of the programme and spelt out the expectations of the organizers from the participants. The session was devoted to an interactive session on “Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Charms of becoming an entrepreneur”. He briefed the participants about the primary objective of this camp was to make the participating students aware about the different areas of skills where they can establish themselves as Entrepreneur and create the job for others. Participants were aware about various components of entrepreneurship development process through lecture, panel discussion, interaction and experience sharing by existing entrepreneur.

    Prof. Puja Dhar Coordinator-MCA while addressing said department of IT is always trying to give various opportunities to our students to know the best possible career options which are available in the market and this is the need of our that we understand the options, opportunities & prospects available to us.
    Second session was taken by Prof. Saurabh Saxena on Entrepreneurial Attributes & Mapping. In his address, he emphasized the need for entrepreneurship and highlighted how the entrepreneurial eco-system has changed in recent times. He urged the students to take maximum advantage of the growing economy by venturing in to their own business.

    The last session on the first day was devoted to Transition from Academics to Entrepreneurship and was handled by Prof. Varun Arora. He introduced the students to entrepreneurial motivations, values and attributes with help of different exercises. He also explained how the students can think towards being an entrepreneur.


    Day-2

    Pre-Lunch session was taken byMs. Shampa Banerjee, Executive Director WASME & Owner of NGO SAVE, Shared her experience that how she created many poor women an entrepreneur. Ms. Banerjee emphasized on the need of repeated assessment of an idea before actually thinking of direct implementation, as at a later stage such approach may lead to difficult situation. She shared many inspirational cases that she encountered and got involve in establishing them successfully.

    Post-Lunch Session taken by Shri Amit Chaudhary Growth Catalyst inMorphis & Shri Rajat Agarwal Regional Head OLA-Digital.

    While addressing the participant Amit shared his own journey & presented a detailed discussion on importance of idea and its implementable action plan.

    Shri Rajat Agarwal shared the example of Mobile application development. He shared that for become a good entrepreneur you should be learn from your failures.


    Day-3
    Valedictory Session
    Dr. V.K. Arya, Former Deputy Director, NIC, Government of India took the session. In his session he addressed students about the various scopes of being entrepreneurship in the field of Mobile computing. He motivated students to start their own ventures without being worried about failures. He said that with small startup they can build their future. He said the students should be job providers rather than job seekers. After this , a valedictory session was organized. Director-IT Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey congratulated the participants for completing 3Days Entrepreneurship Awareness camp & wished them very best for future end ever.
    Vote of thanks was proposed by E-Cell Coordinator Prof Saurabh Saxena.

    During this 03-days event, all the faculty members of Department of IT and students of MCA IV Semesters were present.

    Industrial Visit

    On third day, an industrial visit was planned for students to TCS, Noida, where students learnt about various aspects of working in IT-Company.

    The concluding session along with Certificate distribution was held at Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad.

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  • 04 Jan 2017
    Industrial Visit to TCS, Noida

    Department of I.T organized one day Industrial visit for MCA/BCA students to TCS, Noida on 4thJanuary, 2017. It was a full day visit. Total 28 students had vi... read detail

    Department of I.T organized one day Industrial visit for MCA/BCA students to TCS, Noida on 4thJanuary, 2017. It was a full day visit. Total 28 students had visited TCS, Noida along with Director (IT), Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey, Prof. SmitaKansal, Prof. Varun Arora, Prof. Nancy Sharma, Dr. Vidushi Singh and Prof. Yogita Chauhan. It was a full day session started with a welcome note by Ms. Prachi Desai and followed by different sessions.

    Session I was taken by Mr. VikasTripathi Senior HR Manager.He has briefed about the values of TCS i.e. LIREL (Leading Change, Integrity, Experience/Excellence, Learning and Sharing). Also he has guided students about the industry expectations from the fresher. HR Manager informed students about the major traits which help students for their placements in the private sectors.

    Session II was taken by Mr. Mudit which was based on the TCS ION Project and GD &PI. He has discussed in detail about the vertical and horizontal dimension of the TCS ION project as this project has converted almost every competitive exam of India from pen paper to online. Mr. Mudit discussed that how a participant of GD can play role of initiator, salesman, time keeper, passenger and missionary. He also briefed about the confidence level a student should possess at the time of interview.

    Session III was taken by Mr. RajatSikkaafter lunch break. He has discussed about the kind of attitude a person should carry throughout his life.
    After session III there was Team Building exercise for students in which they enjoyed by participating in games by HR spoke of TCS, Delhi NCR..

    Session IV was the taken by Mr. AnkurNarang, Program Manager. He discussed about IT security in detail.

    Session V was the video about “Keepers of the Flame” which showed the actual history behind the birth of TCS in India. Students enjoyed the video.

     


    At the end of the session Ms. Prachi Desai delivered vote of thanks.Students were all the time interacting with the speakers regarding their queries related to the recruitment process, working culture of TCS and what they look into the fresher. Students were very happy for their learning and a fruitful day spent @ TCS.

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  • 01 Jan 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    1st Janurary, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a warm welcome of the New Year w... read detail

    1st Janurary, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a warm welcome of the New Year with the distribution of the donated winter clothes to the slum dwellers of all age groups.
    Volunteers of the day – Rishu Kejriwal, Aashi Sharma, Rakesh Dam, Bikram Parajuli, Dhrubajyoti Rongpi, George Rudolf Henry, Dipanker Pramanik, Ujjwal Choudhary, Satyapal Yadav, Arif Hussain, Vikas Babu and Satender Rana (Dev) started the activity with the prayer – ‘Itni shakti humein dena data, mann ka vishwas kamjor ho na’.
    The talk of the day started with the welcome of the New Year. The children were advised to think over the right and the wrong deeds and the decisions of the previous year and to take the suitable and manageable resolution for the new year.
    This day again pulled in big crowd as the slum dwellers had seen the big bags and sacs full of woolen and other clothes. Actually these clothes had been donated by the generous faculty and staff members and the students of ITS, Ghaziabad. The distribution started with the slum children first. In the first lot, woolen and other clothes of children were distributed. In the second lot, clothes and woolens were donated to the assembled ladies followed by the gents. Finally around six bags and sacs full of clothes were distributed to the really needy and poor people from the slum and some passersby who implored in hope.
    The celebration of New Year and the distribution of clothes ended with the distribution of biscuits and chocolates among all the children. Mr. Arif and his team effectively and successfully managed the task.

     

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  • 28 Dec 2016
    Blanket Distribution by ‘Parivartan’ Club

    28th December, 2016 was that pious date when the devoted volunteers of Parivartan Club, a CSR initiative of ITS – The Education Group, spent their whole... read detail

    28th December, 2016 was that pious date when the devoted volunteers of Parivartan Club, a CSR initiative of ITS – The Education Group, spent their whole night on roads of Ghaziabad and Delhi and distributed the blankets and jackets to the needy and the poor people who were struggling to keep themselves alive in the freezing winds. Priyanshu Jain, Akram Reza, Jaydeep and Sourav Karmakar (all PGDM student volunteers) were the real heroes of this night who warmed up around 50 lives with the blankets and the woolen clothes.
    Volunteers 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 Anand Vihar, Vaishali, Meerut Road, Karehda village, Raj Nagar, Sahibabad, Mohan Nagar, Vasundhara, Lohia Nagar, Shastri Nagar, New Bus Stand Ghaziabad, Old Bus Stand Ghaziabad, Lal Kuan, Govindpuram and various other places of the city. The distribution took around 6 hours, starting at 11:15 and concluding at 5:05 a.m.
    Out of countless stories of amazement, tears and blessings, three stories are worth special mention. Near Passport Office, Kaushambi, a boy around 12 was coiled up in a temple like Ambedkar Park with very few clothes on his body. When the volunteers approached him for help he felt as if angels have landed. He was overjoyed to receive the blanket and the jacket which he wore without wasting a second. Similarly, near Chowdhary Mod, three middle aged people were struggling to survive in the chilling winds. One of them was bare chest with a torn shirt. All of them were extremely happy and thankful after receiving the blankets and jackets.
    Near EDM Mall, the volunteers spotted a drunkard lying under the footpath with no linen or shawl on him. The humanity appealed the volunteers and they immediately covered him in the blanket so that he does not meet his cold end.
    This noble task ended with the utmost satisfaction, unforgettable experiences and the countless blessings. The blankets were bought with the money donated by the students, faculty and staff members of ITS, Ghaziabad. The highest donation of Rs. 1000/- was made by Mr. Sartaj Alam of Admission Cell, as every year.

     

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  • 25 Dec 2016
    Christmas Celebration by ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    25th December, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was the grand and the most colourfu... read detail

    25th December, 2016 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was the grand and the most colourful Christmas celebration. The Marketing Club members (Marrecus Club) beautifully managed this celebration and showered countless gifts on the slum children. The children also got donated old toys.
    Volunteers of the day – Shweta Sharma, Rashi Srivastava, Sudha Singh, Rakesh Dam, Vaishali Malik, Shivangi Agarwal, Priyanshi, Abhishek, Siddharth Singh, Urvashi, Satyapal Yadav, Arif Hussain, Vikas Babu and Satender Rana (Dev) started the activity with the prayer – ‘Itni shakti humein dena data, mann ka vishwas kamjor ho na’.
    The celebration started with the decoration of the spot with the colourful balls, stickers and the balloons. Then the children were informed of the significance of the day. They were told who Jesus Christ is, why Christmas is celebrated and why Santa Claus comes. Later a quiz was conducted to check the absorption of the knowledge shared and the best responses were appreciated with the on the spot attractive gifts.
    The slum children were all overwhelmed to see the countless gifts and eatables brought for them. The old toys gifted by the students and faculty members of ITS, Ghaziabad were distributed among them. Besides Marketing Club volunteers had also brought for them lovely gifts like special cookies, balloons and chocolates.
    The celebration ended with the distribution of Laddoos among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of the club.

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