NBA ACCREDITED PGDM PROGRAMME @ INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, GHAZIABAD       AIU ACCREDITED PGDM PROGRAMME @ INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, GHAZIABAD       ALUMNI MEET ( MANAGEMENT)        PGDM Program at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghazibad is accredited by NBA.        AICTE signs MOUs for Student Internships        PGDM @ I.T.S is Equivalent to MBA by AIU since 2004.        Orientation Program for 22nd batch of PGDM at I.T.S. Ghaziabad, is scheduled from 3rd July to 15th July 2017.       I.T.S GHAZIABAD has been re accredited by NAAC with grade A       20th Convocation Ceremony of PGDM (2015-17) batch at I.T.S Ghaziabad on 27th August, 2017.        Corporate Talk on Digital Marketing: Introduction to SEO and SEM on 18th August, 2017 at I.T.S Ghaziabad       I.T.S Ghaziabad has got associated with Keshav Event as Venue Partner for the Pan India Fashion Show, Miss & Mrs. Mutiyar and Mr. Gabru, Delhi, 2017       
 

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  • 17 Sep 2017
    Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme: Dengue and Chikungunya Awareness Camp

    17th September, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a Dengue and Chikungunya Aware... read detail

    17th September, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a Dengue and Chikungunya Awareness Camp organized meticulously by the volunteers of ITS who had come with the cutouts of the mosquitos and the in-depth details of the disease, its symptoms, cure and preventions.
    Volunteers of the day Priyanshi Gupta, Arpan Banerjee, Rupam Rani, Rohit Kumar, Shalu Gupta, Richa Sharma, Arpit Sharma, Anurag Kushwaha, Sandeep Kumar Das, George Rudolf Henry and Rakesh Dam started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.
    The Dengue and Chikungunya Awareness Camp started with the mention of the deadly diseases, their symptoms and the common procedure of cure. The children were shown the cut-outs of the mosquitoes and were told how fatal they are.
    The children were also informed about the difference between both the diseases, precautions and actions required in case of the symptoms of the disease. They were advised not to allow water to get accumulated anywhere, to use mosquito repellants, to clean coolers regularly etc. They were also informed in brief about the platelets and their significance.

    At the end of the briefings, a quiz was conducted to estimate the success of the camp and the correct responses were appreciated with prizes like chocolates and cookies. The camp 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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  • 16 Sep 2017
    Utthan Lab Activity

    16th September, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a day for showcasing passion and creativity. The children participated in ... read detail

    16th September, 2017 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was a day for showcasing passion and creativity. The children participated in the Cut and Paste Competition along with regular academic sessions. Prof. Durba Roy, Head-Corporate Resource Centre, encouraged the growing talents by felicitating them with the fabulous prizes and the praises.

    Volunteers of the day – Kashish Sahu, Syed Kunain, Raman Singh Sengar, Anita Verma, Anumeha Srivastava, Akram Reza, Baby Naaz Parveen, Renu Chauhan, Tarun Sharma and Shweta Sharma started the day with the brief on the day’s importance, activities and the competitions.

    The first session of the day was on ‘The Ingredients of Success’ in which the volunteers showed the children a video which had three fold morals to share. It taught the children basic maths, honesty and ways of rising high in life through hard-work and sincerity. At the end of the video-based talk, a short quiz was conducted and the most appropriate answers were appreciated with fabulous prizes.

    The second session of the day was a Cut and Paste Competition in which the children had to create any picture, scenery or craft without using pen, pencil or colours. The talent and the imaginations they displayed were literally incredible. The children could create well-built houses with dwellers peeping from inside, landscapes, animals and birds. Some of them even included ‘ITS’ in their creations.

    The best performers were appreciated and felicitated with enticing prizes like Cricket bats, Badminton Kits, Toys, Tumblers, Mugs, Waffys and many more. Prof. Durba Roy, Head-CRC, was really kind to appreciate the little children with her presence and praises.

    The activity concluded with the snacks and the cold drinks served to all. Dr. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi guided the volunteers and enjoyed the activity as the faculty coordinator of Utthan Lab.

     

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  • 16 Sep 2017
    Guest Lecture by Mr. Subrata Bhattacharyya for PGDM (2016-18) batch.

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organized a guest lecture on the Topic “Quality Control” by Mr. Subrata Bhattacharyya, Chief Manager (M&E/BD) in Gramin Vikas ... read detail

    I.T.S Ghaziabad organized a guest lecture on the Topic “Quality Control” by Mr. Subrata Bhattacharyya, Chief Manager (M&E/BD) in Gramin Vikas Trust, KRIBHCO on 16th September, 2017 at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad for Operations specialization PGDM-IV Trimester (2016-18) batch students.

    The guest lecture was started with a warm welcome of Mr. Subrata Bhattacharyya, Chief Manager (M&E/BD) in Gramin Vikas Trust, KRIBHCO by Prof. Alok Singh and Prof. Indraneel Mandal. The guest lecture was delivered by Mr. Subrata Bhattacharyya, he is a very experienced Manager who started the lecture with the emergence of Quality Control i.e. history about the starting of operation management about Quality Control system and then he took to the application of it in various field in the industry .he also told about the issues or problems which can be solved by the usage of Quality Control Check and the importance of it. Then he talked about the role of Quality Control in the Irrigation Department and what is the role of Quality Control in Agricultural Department of India as well as in whole world economy, then he explained Quality Control technique with the help of various live examples.

    For giving a basic touch of Quality Control he told about the different stages of manufacturing, the forward & backward integration for customer satisfaction and level of perfection. He also explained the technology for water purification process in any manufacturing or agricultural departments.

    The informative and interactive lecture ended with vote of thanks by Prof. Alok Singh.

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  • 16 Sep 2017
    Industrial Visit for PGDM (2017-19) to Coca-Cola Plant (Moon Beverages Ltd) Greater Noida

    The industrial visit started with a brief through video, the students were taken to various sections of the plant where they were explained the production pro... read detail

    The industrial visit started with a brief through video, the students were taken to various sections of the plant where they were explained the production processes of both Carbonated and non-carbonated soft drinks.

    The students asked several questions about production and bottling processes which were responded with facts and pleasure. The students were also taken to Coke Studio Section where they can enjoy a variety of music and also to fun corner where the students had the chance to play live video games.

    There was a Quiz on Coca-Cola fact which was played through electronic devices and the winning Team (6 members in each team) was awarded and appreciated with the Coca-Cola Contour Glasses. A polar bear in the selfie corner, a fridge full of unlimited Coca Cola drinks made the day of the PGDM students.

    At the end of the visit the students entered their feedback in the visitors’ register at the plant and wrote that they were really overwhelmed with the setup, systems, processing, policies and the new learning. They also appreciated the pleasing attitude of Coca Cola employees right from the security guards at the main gate to the highest officials they met during the visit.

    On the other hand, the Coca-Cola officials also appreciated the Discipline and the good behaviour maintained by our students throughout the visit.

    Overall it was a good learning experience.

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  • 15 Sep 2017
    IB Club – GLOCAL organized Trade Hunt for PGDM Students.

    PG Management, IB club “GLOCAL” organized a Trade Hunt Competition for PGDM (2017-19) batch students on 15th September 2017. The trade hunt was de... read detail

    PG Management, IB club “GLOCAL” organized a Trade Hunt Competition for PGDM (2017-19) batch students on 15th September 2017. The trade hunt was designed to engage the students in fun filled search for identifying their final target country.

    The written round witnessed excited participation of 21 teams comprising of three members each. Top 8 teams reached the trade hunt round and competed to be the winners.
    The various riddles and clues hidden at different venues spread over the entire campusguided the teams to look and identify their target nation. The clues given to each team were based on the general awareness in the field of International Business and Economics specific to one country.

    The audience round designed to involve the non- participants as well, garnered huge enthusiasm and participation from the students.

    The team comprising of Mr.Vaibhav, MsRadhikaand Mr Yogeshbecame the champions. The team, represented by MrKanwaljeet, Mr Rohan and Ms Priyastood in second place closely followed by MrRajat, Ms Anushka and Ms Priyanshiat third position.

    All the winners were awarded with attractive prizesby Director ManagementDr.Ajay Kumar. The activity,under the guidance of IB Club Mentor, Prof. Parul Gupta,was conducted by members of team GLOCAL comprising of MsShivani, Mr Tushar,Ms Avantika, MrJaydeep, Ms Akshita, Ms Samina, Mr Santosh, Mr Nikhil, Mr Achyut and Mr Gaurav.

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  • 15 Sep 2017
    Faculty attended National Seminar on “Financial Reporting"

    Dr. Anusha Agarwal and Prof. Neetu Purohit from PG Management Department, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar Campus attended ‘National Seminar on Financial Reporting- T... read detail

    Dr. Anusha Agarwal and Prof. Neetu Purohit from PG Management Department, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar Campus attended ‘National Seminar on Financial Reporting- Transition to IND AS and GST: Challenges & Experiences’ organized by Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi on 15th September 2017. The Seminar addressed the issues and challenges faced by the industry in the adoption of the new accounting standards i.e. Ind AS along with the along with the issues and remedies for harmonization of Companies Act with Ind AS and the GST impact on corporate sector.

    The various expert speakers who deliberated on the theme during the Inaugural Sessions were Mr. Dipankar Chatterji, Chairman, CII National Committee on Financial Reporting; Mr. P.R. Ramesh, Co-Chair CII National Committee on Financial Reporting, Mr. Amarjit Chopra, Chairman, Natioanl Advisory Committee on Accounting Standards, Susanta Kumar Panda, Member CBEC, Ministry of Finance, Government of India and Mr. Sudhir Soni, Partner Indian Member Firm of EY Global.

    Later there were three panel discussions. The First Panel discussion was on ‘Transition to Ind AS- Experience Sharing’. The moderator for the panel was Dr. Sanjeev Singhal, Member, NACAS and Partner, Indian Member firm of EY Global, and the panelists were Mr. Vijay Kumar, Vice Chairman, Accounting Standards Board, ICAI and Chief Financial Officer, SIFY Technologies Ltd.; Mr. Jagannathan Chakravarthi, Chief Financial Officer, Mindtree Limited; Barindra Sanyal, Vice President (Finance), Tata Consultancy Services and Mr. Nitin Gupta, Group Finance Controller, Vedanta Limited. The panelists shared the various experiences of the corporate that have been encountered while implementing IFRS.

    The Second Panel discussion was on ‘Harmonization of Companies Act with Ind AS-Issues and Remedies’ which was moderated by Mr. Sanjay Vij, Partner Indian member firm of EY Global and the panelists were Dr. Ashok Haldia, Managing Director & CEO PTC India Financial Services Ltd.; Mr. G. Sriram, Chief Financial Officer Mahindra Comviva; Mr. Rajiv Bajaj, Sr. Associate Director-Finance and Company Secretary Panasonic AVC Networks India Co. Ltd. and Mr. Ashish Gupta, Partner Walker Chandiok & Co LLP. The panelists discussed the various issues where there is disharmony in what is envisaged as per Ind AS and as stated in the Companies Act and the possible remedies.

    The Third and the last Panel discussion was on ‘GST Impact on Corporate Sector- Disruptions & Way Forward’. The session was moderated by Mr. Bipin Sapra, Partner Indirect Tax EY and the panelists were Mr. Sanjiv Srivastava, Commisioner Central Board of Excise & Customs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India; Mr. Rajeev Yadav, Commissioner, GST Commissionerate CBEC, GOI; Mr. Anil Sharma, Chief Financial Officer, Heidelberg Cement India Ltd. and Mr. Sanjay Gulati, Group Vice President- Corporate Tax-GST GMR Group. The panelists discussed the challenges being faced by industries in transitioning to GST and how there might be further issues in product or service classification and the claim of input tax credited. The faculty found the Seminar highly informative and useful.

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  • 15 Sep 2017
    “Swatchta Pakhwada” organized by “5S” Club of Management Department.

    Management Department of ITS, Ghaziabad conducted various activities under “Swatchta Pakhwada” as Initiated by MHRD and AICTE. Activities lined up... read detail

    Management Department of ITS, Ghaziabad conducted various activities under “Swatchta Pakhwada” as Initiated by MHRD and AICTE. Activities lined up during the fifteen days were Essay Contest on “What I can do for clean India”, “Green Campus Day”, Short Film Competition on “What I can do for clean India”, “Clean Mess Day”, “Clean Hostel Day” and “Cleanest Hostel Room” Contest on 1st -15th September 2017.

    The first activity was organized on 4th September which was an essay writing competition on topic “What I can do for Clean India”. The students wrote very interesting and creative ideas on cleanliness and the winners of the First, Second and Third Prize were Anchal Omar, Jhalak Agarwal and Anisur Rehman, all PGDM (2017-19) Batch students along with five consolation prizes that went to Shikha Rawat MBA (2017-2019), Sunidhi Jain PGDM (2017-2019), Anneysha PGDM (2016-2018), Abhijeeta PGDM (2016-2018) and Subhrasha Das PGDM (2017-2019)
    The second activity “Green Campus Day” was on 6th September, 2017 wherein the students celebrated their green surroundings by planting lovely saplings in the campus. Then on 11th September there was a message of Clean Mess Day, the “5S” Students Club carried message of cleanliness to the mess accompanied by faculty members Dr. Anusha Agarwal and Prof. Neetu Purohit. Then there were Clean Hostel Day and Cleanest Hostel Room Contest wherein students worked overnight to make sure their room was the cleanest one. The faculty members Dr. Anusha Agarwal and Prof. Neetu Purohit visited the girls rooms in the Girls Hostel and Dr. Puneet Kumar and Prof. Alok visited the boys rooms in the Boys Hostel to judge the cleanest room. Here the winners of the First Prize were Somya and Purvi from MBA (2016-18) batch, Second Prize winners were Novika and Swati and the Third Prize winners were Rashi and Abhijeeta from PGDM (2017-19) Batch from Girls Hostel and from Boys Hostel the prize winners were First prize went to Vaibhav Hemrajani, Nikhil Kumar and Achyut Agarwal from PGDM (2017-19) second prize went to Mayank Chaturvedi, Vaibhav Pandey and Tosif Ahmad from PGDM (2016-18) and the Third Prize went to Sandeep Shukla, Azad Yadav and Amit Kumar from PGDM (2017-19). The last activity was and an Elocution contest on “health and hygiene is the real wealth” wherein students were given various sub themes and required to speak for 3 minutes. The winners declared were First Prize winner was Rubiya Nur, Second Prize winner was Jhalak Agarwal and the Third Prize winner was Nandesh along with consolation prize to Saurab Tyagi, all students from PGDM (2017-19) Batch. All the winners were awarded with the Prizes and the Certificates by Director Management, Dr. Ajay Kumar on the closing ceremony organized on 16th September, 2017 wherein DM Sir also addressed the students appreciating them for their whole hearted participation and highlighting the significance of such events for the country as a whole.

    The students of MBA and PGDM showed lot of excitement and enthusiasm in all the activities which were wonderfully coordinated by “5S” Club Office Bearers from PGDM second year namely, Payel, Ruby, Debashish and Ginni along with PGDM First Year Active Members namely, Rupam, Sandeep Shukla, Mahima, Sreyashi, Saumya and Azad under the guidance and mentorship of faculty coordinator Dr. Anusha Agarwal and Prof. Neetu Purohit.

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  • 14 Sep 2017
    Guest Lecture by Ms Anjali Gupta on “Effective Communication”.

    PG Management Department, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar organized guest lecture for PGDM 2016-2018 batch students on 14th September, 2017. The topic of the Guest Lecture... read detail

    PG Management Department, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar organized guest lecture for PGDM 2016-2018 batch students on 14th September, 2017. The topic of the Guest Lecture was “Effective Communication”. It was delivered by Ms. Anjali Gupta, entrepreneur and producer of short films.

    Ms. Gupta asked the students to write down one true fact and one false fact about themselves. Then she asked the students to face their friends as they challenged them on the true facts mentioned.

    She then asked students to participate in group activities where each student along with a chosen partner noted five common and five uncommon things. Some these students were asked to come in front of the class and speak about what they had written.

    Students participated enthusiastically and wholeheartedly in all the sessions. At the end there was a question and answer session where Ms. Gupta addresses queries of students regarding their careers.

    Overall it was a useful lecture, which was beneficial for the students.

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  • 13 Sep 2017
    Mock Interview session for PGDM (2016-18) Batch Students.

    PG Management Department, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar organized “Mock Interview” session for PGDM (2016-18 Batch) on Wednesday, 13thSeptember, 2017. Speake... read detail

    PG Management Department, I.T.S. Mohan Nagar organized “Mock Interview” session for PGDM (2016-18 Batch) on Wednesday, 13thSeptember, 2017. Speaker of the session was Ms. Piyu Aich, Chief Learning Officer, Professional Training Academy of India.

    The work shop was divided in four parts, each part dedicated to a different topic. First part of the work shop started with the topic“Concept of persona” with an objective to make the students understand the concept of origin of personality. To make things more clear and captivating speaker used the methodology of inflating balloon.

    Second part of the work shop was dedicated to the topic“Carrying Mask” with an objective to make the candidates understand as to how to differentiate the Different Personality Traits, to make things more clear to the student’s role play methodology was used.

    Third part of workshop was delivered through a presentation by the speaker on “Essence of Aura” wherein speaker very lucidly explained as to how to adopt and imbibe the correct practices.

    Fourth session of workshop was about “Grooming” wherein speaker demonstrated the importance of the topic through small videos and live examples by picking the subject from the audience itself.

    Overall, the workshop was a great value addition to the students.

    Session came to an end by a vote of thanks proposed by a student of PGDM.

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  • 10 Sep 2017
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    10th September, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was the much awaited Musical Chair... read detail

    10th September, 2017 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad was the much awaited Musical Chair Race Competition in which the chairs were replaced by handkerchiefs seeing the convenience and the space available. The competition brought countless unique prizes for the slum children along with eatables and loud appreciation.

    Volunteers of the day Rahul Dev Rout, Poulami Mondal, Swati Yadav, Rishu Kejriwal, Abhijita Sinha, Lavi Gupta, Rizwan Ali, George Rudolf Henry and Rakesh Dam started the class with the prayer ‘Tumhi ho mata pita tumhi ho, tumhi ho bandhu sakha tumhi ho’.

    The first session of the day was ‘Learning a Lesson through a Story’ which was effectively conducted by the PGDM volunteer George Rudolf Henry who told the children ‘The Story of Mowgli’ and elaborated the morals with examples. At the end of the story, a short quiz brought on the spot prizes for the attentive children.

    The mega event of the day was a Musical Hanky Race Competition in which more than 80 children participated. The competition was conducted in two splits – one for girls and one for boys. Finally, four runners from each segment were declared winners and were given fabulous prizes like tiffins, water bottles, penholders and sippers. All 80 participants were given a handkerchief as the participation prize.

    The competition 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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