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  • 21 May 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    21st May, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a stormy class on Living Organisms a... read detail

    21st May, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a stormy class on Living Organisms and Trees that concluded with relishing Ice Cream bars distributed to all slum children. PGDM Volunteer Mr. Parag Agarwal had brought many big and small balls and dolls for the slum buds who were overjoyed to have them.
    Volunteers of the day Komal Goyal, Tausif Ahmad, Rajat Verma, Raman Singh Sengar, Parag Agarwal, George Rudolf Henry, Bikram Parajuli and Satender Rana started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
    The talk of the day was on ‘Jeev-Jantu Evam Ped-Paudhe’ (Living Organisms & Trees) which was another chapter in the Science Series ‘Aao Samjhein Vijnan’ undertaken by the volunteers to teach. The children were told about the living and non-living things, the difference in the sizes, habitat and eating preferences of various living organisms. They were informed of the herbivorous, carnivorous and omnivorous animals. Examples of aquatic animals, terrestrial animals and aerial creatures were discussed quite interestingly.

    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 children had an Ice-Cream party this Sunday. The class concluded with the distribution of Cream Bell Mango Bars and eclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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  • 20 May 2017
    Utthan Lab Activity

    20th May, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a soothing and melodious day that included sessions on the current affairs acros... read detail

    20th May, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a soothing and melodious day that included sessions on the current affairs across the world, computer skills and a memorable Singing Competition. Director-IT Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey got emotional seeing the singing talent of little children who were really melodious. Dr. Pandey and Prof. Smita Kansal felicitated the talented little singers with fabulous prizes.

    Volunteers of the day – Parag Agarwal, Saloni Garg, Vaishali Malik, Nainsi Yadav, Swapna Dey, and Satender Rana started the day with the brief on the day’s importance, activities and the competitions. Video of the prayer ‘Humko mann ki shakti dena, mann vijay karein, doosro ki jay se pehle khud ko jay karein’ was played.

    The first session of the day was on ‘Current Affairs’ during which the latest news from across the world was shared with the children including the mention of Google Lens ( a new feature of Google that detects complete details of the things just by scanning them through camera of the phone) and Kim Jong Un (the dictator of North Korea who is preparing and planning to attack on America).

    The Second session of the day was on Computer Skills. The children were taken to Computer Lab 1 and Lab 2 where the task for them was three fold – the first one was creating a New Folder on Desktop, the second one was taking a screenshot of Google Lens search on Google and the third one was to take a screenshot of Google search on Kim Jong Un and save them all in the created folder. Those who did it excellently well with appreciated with special prizes.

    The third and the last session of the day was a Singing Competition in which more than 40 out of 130 children participated. The little throats were so good and soothing that everyone including Director IT Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey got emotional. Muskan who sang ‘ha hasi ban gaye, ha nami ban gaye, tum mere aasmaan meri zameein ban gaye’ won the first prize. 20 other prizes were given to amazing little singers.

    First, Second and Third Prize winners in the Competition were felicitated with the energy drinks like Boost and Bournvita big packs by hon’ble Director-IT Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey. Prof. Smita Kansal also spared time and encouraged children with her presence and felicitations.

    Crax Curls and the large graphic pens 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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  • 19 May 2017
    Dr. Umang was invited as Speaker 2017 in FDP on “Emerging Research Trends in Computer Science and IT”

     Dr. Umang was invited as Speaker on 19th May,2017 in Two Weeks Faculty Development Programme on “Emerging Research Trends in Computer Science and ... read detail

     Dr. Umang was invited as Speaker on 19th May,2017 in Two Weeks Faculty Development Programme on “Emerging Research Trends in Computer Science and IT” from 15th - 27th May, 2017, organized by IEEE Delhi Section & IIPC (AICTE) of BVICAM, New Delhi, in collaboration with IEEE Computer Society (Delhi Section), CSI Delhi Chapter & ISTE Delhi Section at BVICAM, New Delhi. Dr Umang spoke on “Adhoc Networks and FANET”.

    The session had witnessed the participation of young faculty members and researchers from renowned colleges and universities. In this session, Dr. Umang has discussed on various communication technologies and its impact on different real life applications. While discussing about proliferation of technologies, She has presented a detailed discussion on Adhoc networks, Vehicular Adhoc Networks & FANETs and its empirical research issues.
    Overall it was a great learning experience to interact, share views & thoughts and solve queries raised during the session.
    Earlier, Coordinator of the event Dr. Vishal Jain welcomes and felicitated her.

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  • 14 May 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    14th May, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a too hot class due to hot winds and... read detail

    14th May, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a too hot class due to hot winds and heated surroundings still the teachers and the taught enjoyed a detailed session on ‘Bal’ (Force) as routine. The class concluded with the distribution of sweet and salty goodies.
    Volunteers of the day Ginni Gupta, Lavi Gupta, Rajat Gupta, Suman Ananda Dey, Bikram Parajuli, George Rudolf Henry and Satender Rana started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
    The talk of the day was on ‘Bal’ (Force/Power) which was another chapter in the Science Series ‘Aao Samjhein Vijnan’ undertaken by the volunteers to teach. The children were told what ‘Bal’ is with the examples and synonyms. They were told that force has quantity and direction both. Less or more force can be applied in one or the other directions. They were also told about the types of forces such as Muscular Force (Pesheey Bal), Gravitational Force (Gurutwakarshan Bal), Magnetic Force (Chumbkeey Bal), Electrical Force (Vidyuteey Bal) and Frictional Force (Gharshan Bal).
    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 Crax Curls, Tiger Cream Biscuits and eclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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  • 12 May 2017
    Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey, Director (IT) received Top-100 CISO Platform "Special Recognition Award of India's Top IT Security Influencers & Community Contributors"

    Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey, Director (IT), I.T.S, Ghaziabad was invited in Decision Summit – 2017 organized fy CISO Platform held during 12th & 13th May, 2017 at Hotel Hayat, Pune. I... read detail

    Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey, Director (IT), I.T.S, Ghaziabad was invited in Decision Summit – 2017 organized fy CISO Platform held during 12th & 13th May, 2017 at Hotel Hayat, Pune. In this function Prof. Pandey was awarded with Top-100 CISO Platform "Special Recognition Award of India's Top IT Security Influencers & Community Contributors" during its Decision Summit-2017. Prof. Pandey was also nominated as a member of CISO Platform’s Task Force Team to promote Awareness about Cyber Security among schools & colleges. This 02-days event was full of amazing learning, wonderful exposure and a great networking. This provided an unique opportunity to meet with over 250 Top Cyber Security Professionals, CIOs, CTOs, CISOs.
    Prof. Pandey was also nominated as a Member of Task Force on Creating Awareness about Cyber Threat, Security & Safe uses of ICT & Promoting it among kids & Schools. Prof. Pandey addressed the gathering of Cyber Security experts on day-2 of the event. The talk was well appreciated by the experts present. He was also formally included as a Member of CISO Platform and was requested to contributed articles and research initiatives on CISO Platform. Prof. Pandey has contributed as Article on CISO Platform which is now available at CISO Platform’s official Website. The Task Force of CISO Platform to create a framework for promoting, educating & Empowering School Kids & young students on Cyber Security". Other eminent members of this Task Force includes:
    1. Shri Yatendra Kumar, DTSS
    2. Shri Ravinder Arora, Head (IS) - IRIS,
    3. Shri Anil Upadhay, DGM (IS), Gujarat Gas
    4. Shri Jayant Gupta, DGM (IS) – HPCL
    5. Shri Golok Kumar Simle,
    Chief Technology Officer (Passport Sewa), Ministry of External Affairs, Govt of India,
    6. Shri Anand Jha, Bechtel and
    7. Shri Munish Gupta, Cyber Security, Infosys
    8. Shri Tushar Vartak – CIO, RAKBANK Dubai..
    During the event also meet with global experts including - Daniel Schneersohn, Vice President (Asia Pacific & Japan), Core Security, Hong Kong, Mr. Sandeep Puri, Country Director (Technology), Gurucul, Mr. Upkar SIngh, Director (Technology) - FIS Global Group and many more.
    During these two days various activities were organized in which Top Cyber Security Experts, CISOs, CTOs and CIOs participated. These included:
    1. Task Force Constitution, Framework creation & Presentations
    2. Playbook Round Tables
    3. Experience & views sharing by experts from Industry, CISOs, CTOs and Cyber Scurity Researchers and experts
    4. Tabletop Wargames
    5. Panel Discussions
    6. Discussion on Case Studies on Cyber Security
    7. Sessions on Threat Hunting
    8. Community Roundtables
    Overall a great learning, participating and working experience. It was a great opportunity to meet, interact with over 200 CISOs, CIO & Technology Experts from all the domains - IT, Core Software Companies, Banking Organization, Insurance Companies, Manufacturing, Cyber Security and many others. Great to address the gathering of such experts of the Country & abroad, part of a Task Force Team and of course to be honored on such a platform as Top-100 Most influencers in Cyber World. Thanks to the Management of my Institute to allow with full freedom to conceptualize, plan, implement and keep working our system up-to-date, my faculty colleagues for their all time support, friends, Alumni and students.

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  • 11 May 2017
    Prof. Parul Gupta and Prof. Neetu Purohit attended FICCI's Conclave at FICCI, New Delhi.

    Management faculty members Prof. Parul Gupta and Prof. Neetu Purohit attended FICCI's Conclave ‘The Business of Government:Learning from Global Experien... read detail

    Management faculty members Prof. Parul Gupta and Prof. Neetu Purohit attended FICCI's Conclave ‘The Business of Government:Learning from Global Experiences’

    The conclave was organized byFederation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI). Thisone day discussion forum was divided into multiple sessions which covered different dimensions related to the idea of Governance and how India can learn from Global experiences.

    Session 1: Inaugural

    Panelists-
    1. MrSidharth Birla, Past President, FICCI
    2. Prof RajendraSrivastava, Dean, Indian School of Business
    3. Mr Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog (Chief Guest)
    4. Dr A Didar Singh, Secretary General, FICCI

    The discussion in the session focused on how India can improve delivery of public services and what are the steps being taken by the central government currently. Mr.Amitabh Kant discussed in detail the methods being adopted by the government to push states for better performance in civic governance related issues.


    Session 2 on Citizen Engagement And Innovation:Enablers Of An Open And Inclusive Governance

    Panelists
    1. Mr ArunMaira, Former Member, Planning Commission of India
    2. Mr Daniel J Chenok, Executive Director, IBM Center for The Business ofGovernment
    3. Dr AnupamKhanna, Former Chief Economist and Director General of Policy Outreach and Chief Economist, National Association of Software andService Companies (NASSCOM)
    4. Prof Rajeev Malhotra, Executive Director, Centre for Development and Finance, School of Government and Public Policy, O.P. Jindal GlobalUniversity
    5. Mr K Padmanabhaiah, Chairman, Administrative Staff College of India
    6. Mr Pawan Chopra, Former Secretary, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
    7. Dr Julia Glidden (Ms), General Manager, Global Public Services, IBMCorporation
    8. Mr AnanthaSayana, Vice President & Head Digital, Larsen & ToubroConstruction

    Panel discussed the role of open data, fiscal transparency, co-creation ofservices, citizen engagement with government and with civil society, andapproaches to innovation. Focus was on related social issues facing national,state, and local governments in India and how citizens can be involved in creating larger participation and better governance.

    Session 3 on-From Data To Insights:Collaborating Across Agencies In The Use Of Analytics In E-Government

    Panelists

    1. Prof Prajapti Trivedi, Faculty Chair, Management Programme in Public Policyand Senior Fellow (Governance), Bharti Institute of Public Policy; AdjunctProfessor of Public Policy, Indian School of Business
    2. Mr John Kamensky, Senior Fellow, IBM Center for the Business ofGovernment
    3. Dr B K Gairola, Adviser (IT), Warehouse Development andRegulatory Authority and formerly Member Secretary, NationalInnovation Council
    4. Dr Deepa Mani (Ms), Associate Professor and Research Fellow;Executive Director, SriniRajuCenter for IT and the NetworkedEconomy, Indian School of Business.
    5. Dr PronabSen, Former Chief Statistician of India
    6. Dr B S Ghuman, Professor, Department of Public Administration, PanjabUniversity
    7. Ms ManinderKaurDwivedi, Adviser, NITI Aayog

    Panel discussed examples of how government agencies currently use and can improve on technology to workacross agency boundaries, using data and analytics to help focus and set priorities for action.

    Session 4 on Business Of Government: Learnings From Global Experiences
    Panelists

    1. Mr.Daniel J Chenok, Executive Director, IBM Center for the Business ofGovernment
    2. Mr John Kamensky, Senior Fellow, IBM Center for the Business ofGovernment
    3. Dr Nivedita P Haran (Ms), Director, Centre for Innovations in PublicSystems

    The Panel elucidated on how the IBM Centre for the Business of Governmenthelp support management improvement efforts in the US and in New Zealand and what could be themodel for such a forum in India.

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  • 11 May 2017
    9TH OPEN CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP 2017

    9th Open Chess Championship 2017 was held on 11th & 12th May, 2017 by I.T.S The Education Group Mohan Nagar Campus. 15 colleges and 30 schools i.e. D.A.V, D.P.S, D.P.S.G, Amity, Green... read detail

    9th Open Chess Championship 2017 was held on 11th & 12th May, 2017 by I.T.S The Education Group Mohan Nagar Campus. 15 colleges and 30 schools i.e. D.A.V, D.P.S, D.P.S.G, Amity, Greenland, Happy Model School, D.A.V Meerut, Silver Line, Holy Angel, Presidium, N.W.S, I.P.S, L.R., D.A.V Chander Nagar, D.D.P.S Govindpuram, D.D.P.S Shastri Nagar etc. have participated in this championship.

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  • 07 May 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    7th May, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a motivation that set the class and t... read detail

    7th May, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a motivation that set the class and the children into motion. Actually the theme of the day was ‘Gati’ (Motion) which concluded with the distribution Pencils, Sharpeners and Erasers to all the children.
    Volunteers of the day Baby Naaz Parveen, Richa Sharma, Mitesh Chauhan, Nitin Kumar, George Rudolf Henry and Satender Rana started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
    The talk of the day was on ‘Gati’ (Momentum) which was another chapter in the Science Series ‘Aao Samjhein Vijnan’ undertaken by the volunteers to teach. The children were told what ‘Gati’ is and they were also informed of its synonyms too like motion, movement, velocity, speed etc. Later they were told about the types of ‘Gati’ with examples like ‘Rekheey Gati’ (Linear motion), ‘Vritteey Gati’ (Circular Motion), ‘Ghoornan’ (Rotation), ‘Parikraman’ (Revolution) and ‘Dolan’ (Oscillation).

    There was also a round of revision for brushing up the previous lessons like tables from 16 to 20 and English alphabets.

    The class concluded with the distribution of the Pencils, Sharpeners, erasers, Waffy wafers and eclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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  • 06 May 2017
    Farewell “Adieu- 2017”to MBA (2015-17).

    Students of MBA Ist year year bid a farewell party, “adieu” for their seniors MBA (2015-17) batch on 06th May, 2017 at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziab... read detail

    Students of MBA Ist year year bid a farewell party, “adieu” for their seniors MBA (2015-17) batch on 06th May, 2017 at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad.

    Event was formally inaugurated with the lamp lightning by Director General Dr. A.K. Puri, MBA Chairperson Prof. Nitin Saxena and other management faculties. After lamp lightning students of MBA I year recited a Saraswati Vandana. Director General Dr. A.K. Puri addressed students with their motivational thoughts. In his address he asks students to memorize when they joined the institute and after two years long time they have achieved for what they have joined this institute.

    Students enjoyed an immaculate party-“adieu”. Students of MBA I and II year presented several performances including Solo dance, Singing, Group Dance, and Poems. All the performances left audience gawking.

    Rahul Kamboj and Deepanshi Mehta were declared as Ms. and Mr. Famous, while Shubham Mehdirata and Pooja Joshi was declared as Mr. and Ms Farewell. At the end of party all students enjoyed DJ which was followed by dinner.


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  • 30 Apr 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    30th April, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class which was new in many ways – new timings due to s... read detail

    30th April, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a class which was new in many ways – new timings due to scorching summer, a new lesson on Our Solar System and a new prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata, pita tumhi ho’.

    Volunteers of the day Nainsi Yadav, Abhijeeta Sinha, Anjul Varshney, Mayank Kumar and Rakesh Dam started the class with the new prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.

    The talk of the day was on ‘Hamaara Saur Mandal’ (Our Solar System) which was another chapter in the Science Series undertaken by the volunteers to teach. The children were told about the various planets revolving around the Sun. Mars, Venus, Earth, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto were named and introduced.

    The children were also briefed about the Solar Energy, its process and benefits.

    There was also a round of revision for brushing up the previous lessons like tables from 16 to 20 and English alphabets.

    The class concluded with the distribution of the Crax Curls and the eclairs among all the children. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club.

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