Faculty Participation

11-03-19

Faculty of Department of Management attended India Skill Forum

Faculty members of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Suchita Singh, Prof. Jyotsana Vaid and Prof. Ritu Saxena attended India Skills Forum on 11th March 2019 organized by IBM in association with CII at The Leela Hotel, Delhi.

Session started with the discussion of skill development in 21st century and how technology in important in current era. Session was chaired by Ginni Rometty, Chairman, President & CEO, IBM and Mr. Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog, Govt of India.

Mr. Arvind Krishna, Senior Vice President, Cloud and Cognitive Software, IBM discussed the importance of Artificial Intelligence and human potential.

Aruna Sundararajan, Telecom Secretary, Government of India, Juthika Patankar, Additional Secretary, Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Diane Gherson. Senior Vice President, Human Resource IBM briefed the role of women in technology and how women are contributing in the world of technology.

School students presented how they used technology to prepare the prototype of water harvesting machine

Shobana Kamineni, Executive Vice Chairman, Apollo Group presented the vote of thanks.

It was indeed a lot of learning session wherein faculty members got the exposure of latest technology and how this technology can be used even in teaching.

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28-02-19

Attended Release Programme organized by ICRIER

Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Rajeev Johari attended the Report Release Programme organized by ICRIER supported by the World Bank Group and ILO on 28th of February 2019. The programme spreading across the span of the day featured deliberations from distinguished national and international experts from NSDC, NITI Ayog, World Bank and ILO etc.

Dr. Arpita Mukherjee, professor at ICRIERdelivered the welcome address. Gladys Lopez- Acevedo, lead economist at World Bank gave a brief presentation of the report“Exports to Jobs- Boosting the Gains from Trade in South Asia”, addressing the general issues characterizing the South-Asian countries. The issues taken up by her included high population growth of almost 60%, magnitude of informal jobs immensely exceeding that of formal jobs and related issues. She expressed that the trade to GDP ratio have came down from 55.8% to 41.1% from 2012 to 2017.Daniel Samaan, senior economist at ILO stated that the solution for these was the main thrust of the report, and emphasized on enhancement of export in South Asian counties. In order to increase export three policies have been suggested in the report, which areIncrease the scale of exports, Change the composition of exports to help the disadvantaged workers and Change the composition of workforce to help the disadvantaged group.

Amitabh Kant, CEONitiAyog spoke about Global Value Chain and the need to have single objective to focus on. He stressed on the improvement required in the quality of jobs available in India. He also made special address to the MSME sectors to help exports.Manish Kumar, MD-CEO, NSDC shared inputs regarding government’s policies to encourage skilled workers by giving marginally high wage rate. He also stated that large percentage of workers are skilled but not certified. Ms. Sabina Dewan, ED of Just Jobs network threw light on strategies for job creation and workforce development.

During the course of the panel discussion several new debatable issues emerged like ‘Should India focus on its huge domestic market or on exports only’? ‘How should the composition of exports be formed?’ Trade deficit is a problem featuring South Asian countries, the issue of ‘how to increase exports in this scenario?’ also cropped up.

The illuminating exchanges concluded on the note that exports undoubtedly can increase jobs in a country but we also need to consider a host of other specific aspects to handle the problem of job scarcity in South Asian countries.

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20-02-19

Session attended on Behavioural Finance organized by Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Ltd.

Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Shuchita Singh attended session on Behavioural Finance organized by Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Ltd. on 20th February 2019. The trainer of the program was Mr. Nitin Raj Srivastava, expert in Behaioural Trainings at Reliance Nippon Life Asset Management Ltd.

Mr. Saxena delivered excellent content on the concepts of Behavioural Finance, focusing of major Cognitive and Emotional Biases. He further discussed the major bubbles taken place in financial markets and reaction of market to some major economic events like Sub Prime Crisis and NBFC Crisis.

Objective of the workshop was to equip Wealth Managers with the different thinking patterns of investors, which can not only enhance their selling skills but also help them to have a better Asset Management of their customers.

The session was very contemporary and enriching.

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29-01-19

Students of PGDM 2018-20 Batch attended session on “Money Mantra” at PHDCCI

Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized visit of PGDM First Year students for a session on “Money Mantra” at the PHDCCI headquarters in August Kranti margi, New Delhi on 29th January 2019.

The session comprised of a panel discussion involving Mr. Muralithar Swaminathan, Director, BTVI, who was also the moderator; Mr. Kalpesh Ashar, Founder, Full Circle Financial Planners and Advisers; Mr. Sanjiv Bhasin, EVP Markets and Corporate Affairs, IIFL; and Mr. Ajay Garg, Stock Market Analyst.

 

The thrust of the session was on the current trends in the market, with particular stress on options available to the investor in the volatile market of today. The participants emphasized on the need to stay the course as far as investing in stock markets is concerned, as also the necessity of maintaining a positive outlook. Mr.Bhasin differentiated between the approaches of an investor, and a trader, the latter preferring to simply ‘play the market’. He pointed towards the need for looking at other investment options like realty, noting that perennial favorites like gold have lost their sheen. Mr.Ashar spoke of the need for a diversified strategy, as far as the investment portfolio was concerned. Mr. Garg dealt more with the technical aspects of investing.

 

The interesting session was followed by a lively Q&A session, where there was no dearth of thought provoking questions from the audience. It was a fruitful exercise which greatly benefitted all present, particularly the students.

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19-01-19

29th National Annual Convention on “Leadership & Talent Management In The Era Of Automation & Digitalization”

Faculty and Students of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, attended 29th National Annual Convention on “Leadership & Talent Management In The Era Of Automation & Digitalization” on 19th January 2019. The dignitaries on the dais with Chief Guest, Mr. Ramesh A. Vaaswani (Director, INTEX Technologies (India) Ltd, Dr. M.P. Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE, New Delhi, Dr. Prabhat Kumar (Guest of Honour), IRS (Retd.), Former Commissioner of Customs & Excise, Mr. Amit Agarwal, President, GMA & Deputy Managing Director, Ghaziabad Precision Product Ltd, Mr Dharmendra Singh, Hony. Secretary GMA & GM Plant Operations, Shriram Pistons & Ring Ltd.

I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad was one of the major contributors to the GMA 29th Annual Convention as GOLD SPONSOR. I.T.S students served as volunteers at the convention and were highly active throughout the convention. The sponsor’s contribution was acknowledged with the sharing of Mementos. Dr. Ajay Kumar (Director- Management) and Dr. VN Bajpai received the memento from the Chief Guest.

The Technical Session- I was on the topic: Preparing & Retaining Talent / Skill. The Technical Session-II had the very first speaker as Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director Management. He spoke about the challenges for industry/ service sector because of automation & digitalization.

The Valedictory session was with the topic: Public Policy for inclusive development in era of automation & digitalization. Ms. Bhavna Saxena, IPS. SPL Commissioner, APEDB, spoke about the public policy on automation & digitalisation. During the end of the convention, a “Lucky Coupon Draw”, was undertaken and Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director Management was lucky enough to receive a laptop out of the total participants available.

 

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19-01-19

29th National Annual Convention on “Leadership & Talent Management In The Era Of Automation & Digitalization”

Faculty and Students of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, attended 29th National Annual Convention on “Leadership & Talent Management In The Era Of Automation & Digitalization” on 19th January 2019. The dignitaries on the dais with Chief Guest, Mr. Ramesh A. Vaaswani (Director, INTEX Technologies (India) Ltd, Dr. M.P. Poonia, Vice Chairman, AICTE, New Delhi, Dr. Prabhat Kumar (Guest of Honour), IRS (Retd.), Former Commissioner of Customs & Excise, Mr. Amit Agarwal, President, GMA & Deputy Managing Director, Ghaziabad Precision Product Ltd, Mr Dharmendra Singh, Hony. Secretary GMA & GM Plant Operations, Shriram Pistons & Ring Ltd.

 

I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad was one of the major contributors to the GMA 29th Annual Convention as GOLD SPONSOR. I.T.S students served as volunteers at the convention and were highly active throughout the convention. The sponsor’s contribution was acknowledged with the sharing of Mementos. Dr. Ajay Kumar (Director- Management) and Dr. VN Bajpai received the memento from the Chief Guest. The Technical Session- I was on the topic: Preparing & Retaining Talent / Skill. The Technical Session-II had the very first speaker as Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director Management. He spoke about the challenges for industry/ service sector because of automation & digitalization. The Valedictory session was with the topic: Public Policy for inclusive development in era of automation & digitalization. Ms. Bhavna Saxena, IPS. SPL Commissioner, APEDB, spoke about the public policy on automation & digitalisation. During the end of the convention, a “Lucky Coupon Draw”, was undertaken and Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director Management was lucky enough to receive a laptop out of the total participants available.

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12-01-19

Dr. Vivek Pachuri CO - Chaired ,Technical session in HR in a National conference organized at BVM Institute Gwalior

Dr. Vivek Pachuri, Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, CO - Chaired ,Technical session in HR in a National conference organized at BVM Institute Gwalior on 12th Jan 2019 M. P. Affiliated Jiwaji university Gwalior M. P.  The topic of conference was "Human capital challenges in current scenario." Research Papers were presented by the delegates in conference.  It was indeed a Co-Learning to see the paper presentation and sharing insight and inspiration with each other. Management of I.T.S Ghaziabad and Director Management-Dr. Ajay Kumar supported and motivated Dr. Pachuri of this opportunity of learning. 

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06-01-19

Students of MBA-IIyr participated in United States India Educational Foundation (USIEF) Alumini Fair

Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized visit in United States India Educational Foundation (USIEF) Alumini Fair 2019 on Sunday 06th, 2019 at USIEF, New Delhialong with two faculties, Dr. Namita Dixit and Dr. Sanjeev Tandon. USIEF promotes mutual understanding between the Nationals of India and US through educational exchange of scholars, professionals and Students. It's services includes granting scholarships and grants in almost all academic discipline, advising Indian students on higher educational and job opportunities, fellowship support and academic dialogue between both the countries. 

Students got insights to the future development and meticulous strategic planning to explore viable ways of future course of action.

Students met Alumini from around 80 + US university including university of Illinois, Springfield, university of South Florida(USF) , Miami University,Oxford Ohio, The University of Texas at Arlington, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, Ohio State University, Syracuse University in Florence, Madrid and Strasbourg, Bentley University MA, University of Alabama, University of South California, University of Wisconsin -La Crosse among many others.

This was a very informative for students.

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