Faculty Participation

23-04-18

FDP attended by Faculty IT at ABES

Faculty members of Department of I.T. including Prof. Puja Dhar , Prof. Saurabh Saxena and Prof. Varun Arora attended one week Faculty Development Program on “Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime” during 23rd April to 27th April, 2018 conducted by Department of Information Technology, ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad under Technical Education Quality Improvement Program- Phase III( TEQIP-III) Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam Technical University, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow.

The objective of this FDP was to explore legal issues related to cyber-crime and computer forensic, including constitutional rights and legislation, right of privacy, and methods involved in creating legislation concerning cybercrime. The FDP also discussed about procedures for conducting a computer forensics investigation across a variety of software. The resource persons to conduct the program were experts from industry and academia with excellent track record of accomplishment in technical education, research and out-reach. Overall the FDP was a new learning for all the participants.

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04-04-18

Management Faculty attended CII National Conference.

Dr. Anusha Agarwal and Dr. Shuchita Singh from I.T.S Ghaziabad attended CII National Conference on Resolving Insolvency in India – Progress and Way Forward, at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi, on 4th April 2018.

The welcome address of the conference was given by Mr. Sunil Kant Munjal, Chairman CII.

Dr. M S Sahoo, Guest of Honour provided the details of progress achieved by NCLT, after being operational. He mentioned that Tribunals and Judiciary play a crucial role in implementation of IBBI practices. He also mentioned that IBBI is for rescuing the failing organizations.

Mr. Injeti Srinivas, Chief Guest of the Conference, assured that IBBI machinery is in place and it seeks for optimum utilization of resources by corporate.

Mr. Sanjay Gupta, President Institute of Cost Accountants of India, emphasized on more serious valuation and CAPEX Assessment. He also raised the need for more ethical environment for valuation.

First Interactive session was moderated by Mr. Bahram N Vakil and the panel comprised of KR Saji Kumar, ED, IBBI, Pallav Mahapatra, Deputy Managing Director, SARG, SBI and other panelists spoke on issues like, role of states, Classification of Creditors and responsibilities of Resolution professionals.

Second Session was Moderated by Mr. Gyaneshwar Kumar Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs. The panelists provide the details of selection procedure of Insolvency Professionals, teaching, training and execution of updated curriculum to develop competent Insolvency Professionals.

Third Session was moderated by Shailendra Singh and the panelists discussed the global practices followed at world wide level.

The event ended with the valedictory session. It was a great learning experience for the participants.

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31-03-18

Management faculty @ I.T.S Ghaziabad attended 2nd Doctoral Conference “SHODH-2018” at Indore.

Prof. Ritu Saxena, faculty at I.T.S Ghaziabad attended & presented the research paper titled “Impact of Organizational Climate on Teacher Effectiveness: A Review” in 2nd Doctoral Conference SHODH-2018 at SVVV, Indore on 31st March, 2018. Five concurrent sessions happened during the entire day Conference. Management session was chaired by Dr. Santosh Rangnekar, Professor, IIT Roorkee, Dr. Santosh Dhar, Dean- Faculty of Doctoral Studies & Research and Dr. D. K. Mandal, Professor, SVVV, Indore.

The paper got published in book titled “DIVERSE, DIVERGENT AND INNOVATIVE RESEARCH - Contemporary Issues” published by Excel Publications, New Delhi with ISBN Number 978-93-86724-67-0.

The conference was a good learning experience and was focused on Interdisciplinary Research for Sustainable Development.

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31-03-18

Prof. Ritu Saxena attended & presented the research paper during 2nd Doctoral Conference “SHODH-2018” at Shri Vaishnav Vidyapeeth Vishwavidyalaya, Indore.

Prof. Ritu Saxena, faculty at I.T.S Ghaziabad attended & presented the research paper titled “Impact of Organizational Climate on Teacher Effectiveness: A Review” in 2nd Doctoral Conference SHODH-2018 at SVVV, Indore on 31st March, 2018. Five concurrent sessions happened during the entire day Conference. Management session was chaired by Dr. Santosh Rangnekar, Professor, IIT Roorkee, Dr. Santosh Dhar, Dean- Faculty of Doctoral Studies & Research and Dr. D. K. Mandal, Professor, SVVV, Indore.

The paper got published in book titled “DIVERSE, DIVERGENT AND INNOVATIVE RESEARCH - Contemporary Issues” published by Excel Publications, New Delhi with ISBN Number 978-93-86724-67-0.

The conference was a good learning experience and was focused on Interdisciplinary Research for Sustainable Development.

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14-03-18

Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey,Director (IT) awarded with Big CIO Award-2018

Dr. Sunil Kr Pandey, Director (IT) was awarded with Big CIO Award-2018 in the event “BIG CIO Summit & Awards – 2018” organized at Hotel Leela, Mumbai during 14th & 15th March, 2018.

This award was given by Trescon Global and supported by leading IT and Telecom companies. This award is conferred by TRESCON GLOBAL to IT Industry Professionals.

On this occasion many globally renowned experts and leading IT Professionals were present. This included

  • Ms Danielle Di-Masi, Global Innovator & Media Commentator: The Interactions Lab PTY LTD, Sydney, Australia
  • Dr. Satyam Priyadarshy: Chief Data Scientist - Halliburton
  • Mr. Nikhil Desai: International Speaker & Motivator
  • Mr. Ganpati Dandpani: Global Digital Transformation Leader & Global CIO - TVS
  • Mohd. Saleem, CEO - Trescon Global and over 250 CEOs, CIOs/ CTOs, CISOs of leading Companies: During the event held at Mumbai, Dr. Pandey participated in various discussions and in a Panel Discussion. In the evening he was also a part of CIOs Round Table Discussions. During the discussions current state of affair in IT Industry, challenges & changing roles & responsibilities of CIOs & CTOs, how to prepare for future challenges in role of CIOs & CTOs in view of fast changing technologies, applications & processes and how to align it with the Industry objectives to keep it relevant and progressive.
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09-03-18

Participation of I.T.S Ghaziabad in “Gender Equality Summit 2018”.

Prof. Shikha Arora, faculty from PG Management Department of I.T.S Ghaziabad and PGDM student Jhalak Aggarwal, along with Director (Management), Dr. Ajay Kumar attended Gender Equality Summit 2018 titled “Gender Equality : A Key Differentiator for Sustainable Growth” on 9th March , 2018 at The Lalit Hotel, New Delhi.

The objective of the Summit was to provide a platform to discuss collective responsibility and exploring pathways towards gender inclusive outcomes. The welcome address was delivered by Dr. Uddesh Kohli, Senior Advisor, UNGC. Summit Overview was presented by Ms. Vaishali Sinha, Chairperson GES 2018 & Director, ReNew Power. Other eminent speakers in the Inaugural Session included Mr. N. Venkatram, Managing Partner & CEO, Deloitte India, Ms. Lise Kingo, CEO, UNGC, New York (Video Presentation) and Ms. Nishtha Satyam, Deputy Representative, UN Women MCO for India, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka. Vote of Thanks was presented by Mr. Kamal Singh, Executive Director, UN GCNI. The Summit had three plenary sessions – Plenary 1 was focused on “Gender Mainstreaming”. The discussion was based on the importance of Data collection and Approaches of various stakeholders for inclusion and progress of women. The session was moderated by Ms. Sangeeta Talwar, Managing Partner, Flyvision Consulting and the panelists were Ms. Renu Satti, CEO, Paytm Payments Bank, Mr. Abhimanyu Singh, Bank of America, Ms. Lakshmi Venkataraman, Founding trustee and Executive Vice President, Bharatiya Yuva Shakti Trust and Mr. Pradeep Nair, CEO & Regional Director, Ford Foundation for India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. The selected case studies were also presented on Best Practices in Gender Equality. Plenary 2 was on the theme “Accelerating and scaling gender specific initiatives”. The session was moderated by Dr. Shalini Sarin, SVP HR-BG Professional, CSR &BoP Leader-Lighting, Philips, Netherland and the panelists were Ms. Aloka Majumdar, Senior VP & Head of Corporate Sustainability, HSBC India, Ms. Bhavani Balasubramaniam, Partner & Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Deloitte India, Dr. Neelu Rohmetra , Director , IIM, Sirmaur and Dr. Shikha Sharma , Founder & Managing Director, Nutri-Health Systems Pvt Ltd. The stories of women’s struggle for equality and the various dynamic initiatives undertaken for their advancement were shared by Ms Chetna Sinha, Founder, Mann Deshi Foundation and Ms. Shrishti Bakshi, Founder and Managing Director of Cross Bow Miles. Plenary 3 was on the theme “Transition to Policy Development”. The session was moderated by Ms. Shweta Rajpal Kohli, Country Director, Govt. Affairs & Public Policy, India & South Asia, Salesforce and the panelists were , Ms. Gayathri Ramamurthy, HR Business Partner and D&I Lead, Capgemini, Ms. Neha Barjatya, CEO, Google Internet Saathi, Ms. Huzan Mistry, Strategic Business Head, National Stock Exchange, Ms. Nishtha Satyam, Deputy Representative UN Women MCO for India, Bhutan, Maldives and Sri Lanka and Ms. Ratna Anjan Jena , Statistical Adviser, Ministry of Women and Child Development. The Summit concluded with a Valedictory session and the Valedictory address was delivered by Dr. Yasmin Ali Haque, UNICEF Representative in India. The session focused on the learning from the previous sessions and the way forward to bring women participation in all spheres from board room and corporate offices to political arena.
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27-02-18

Faculty and students of Management Dept. of I.T.S Ghaziabad attended “India – Korea Business Summit”

Management faculty, Dr. Rajeev Johri and Ms. Bhavna Bhardwaj along with students of PGDM and MBA, attended a day long summit on “The India-Korea Business Summit”, at The Taj Palace, Dhaula Kuan, Delhi. The summit was organized by Department of Commerce and Industry, Government of India in association with Confederation of Indian Industries (CII). The summit witnessed a varied participation from academia, corporate and Government officials. The inaugural session was graced with the presence of Honourable Minister of Finance and Corporate Affairs, Shri Arun Jaitely. Shri Arun Jaitely’s invigorating address covering key policies and issues provided a momentum for the day long discussions on Indo – Korean strategic business relations.

There were six sessions that were running simultaneously, covering Automobiles, Textiles, Food processing, Electronics system design & Manufacturing, skill Development (ESDM), Chemical and Technology and innovation (including start - ups).

The sessions focussed on the current policy and regulatory framework at central and state levels for creating an investment friendly environment for foreign companies. The representatives from different states talked about the initiatives taken up by them for providing an ease in doing business in their respective states. Some of the eminent speakers were Mr. Anant Gangaram Geete, Minister for Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Government of India, Dr. Asha Ram Sihag, Secretary, Department of Heavy Industry (DHI), Government of India, Mr. Nirmal K Minda, President, Automotive Component Manufacturers Associations of India (ACMA), Mr. Vikas Jain, Associate Vice President, Hyundai Motors India, Mr. Manohar Bhat, Head of Marketing & Sales KIA Motors India, Mrs Smriti Zubin Irani Minister for Textiles, Govt of India, Dr. Anant Kumar Singh, Secretary, Ministry of Textiles, Govt of India, Ms. Mamta Verma, Industries Commissioner, Govt of Gujarat, Mr. Shin Dong Bin, Chairman, LOTTE Group, Mr. Varun Berry, Managing Director, Britannia Industries Ltd. , Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, Hon’ble Minister for Electronics and Information technology, Government of India and Mr. Ranvijay Singh, Chief Marketing Officer, Samsung Electronics The future of Services.

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16-02-18

Prof. Alok Singh participated on QIP Short Term Course at IIT Kharagpur.

Management Faculty, Prof. Alok Singh participated in QIP Short Term Course on Supply Chain Integration- Strategies and Technologies at E- Business Center of Excellence, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, at IIT Kharagpur. This short term course was devised to create a platform for discussion on the current and contemporary issues on Supply Chain Management, E- Business, Process Excellence, and Optimization. The course had also allowed the participants to discuss current and pressing issues with senior level executives and academicians and deploy recent software applications in the domain.

Topics for different sessions were, Overview of Supply Chain Strategies and Technologies, Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, Collaborative Sourcing, Supply Chain Coordination and Contract, E-Auction, CPFR and VMI, Supply Chain Traceability, Collaborative Logistics, System Dynamics, Supply Chain Network Design and Supply Chain Risk.

There were sessions also on software applications in Supply Chain Integrations like MATLAB, SAS, Arc Map, Analogic, I Think Studio, R and Python Programming. All the sessions were taken by senior faculty members of Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. All the sessions were very well designed and executed in terms of providing domain knowledge and learning in the field of Supply Chain Integration.

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