FDP /SDP/ Workshops/Guest Lectures

24 Nov 2016

Workshop on SAP for PGDM V Trimester (2015-17) Batch.

Department of Management organized Four day workshop on SAP for the students of PGDM - V trimester on 24th, 25th, 26th November & 10th December, 2016.

The objective of this workshop was to make students aware about SAP, its various functional modules and about various future opportunities available in this domain.

On first day, session on introduction to SAP was taken by the expert, Mr. Varun. He said that by leveraging SAP, businesses can create the potential to better understand, manage, and strategically exploit the complex dynamics of customer behavior. It reveals how to tap into the powerful tool of SAP to create a strategic advantage and identify new business opportunities.

While addressing the students he also mentioned that SAP provide better operational visibility to companies which in turn help them to take better decisions with a reduced cost. SAP products are used by more than 12 million people in the world. There is a growing need for SAP Trained professionals to provide consulting services on SAP products. He also talked about various SAP modules and their integration.

On Second day Mr. Amit Gupta expert in Finance module gave overview on Financial Accounting and Controlling on SAP. While addressing the students he also mentioned that SAP Finance module was designed for meeting all the accounting and financial needs of an organization. Within this module Financial Information is available for revision in real time. The real-time functionality of the SAP modules allows for better decision making and strategic planning. The FI (Financial Accounting) Module integrates with other SAP Modules such as MM (Materials Management), PP (Production Planning), SD (Sales and Distribution), PM (Plant Maintenance),and PS (Project Systems).

The FI Module also integrates with HR (Human Resources) which includes PM(Personnel Management), Time Management, Travel Management, Payroll. Document transactions occurring within the specific modules generate account postings via account determination tables.

On the same day in a parallel session for HR students, expert focused on Human Resource Compensation Management. He said HCM is one of the most important processes in organizations across industries. The general idea on HR is related only to recruiting. But HR is much beyond just recruiting. In an organization, HR not just hires employees but segregates employees based on various factors such as department level, payment days, payment details, designations and more. Besides, various other works such as promotions, employee engagement and team motivation tasks are taken care of by the HR. These works might sound very simple; however, working out all these for people of an entire organization is not an easy work at all. To streamline all such HR processes, SAP ERP operations are widely used. SAP HCM ERP is one of the most flexible software for HR processes widely used across industries.

Mr. Varun, Marketing area expert focused on SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) module. He discussed majorly all the tasks involved in the SD process. While addressing to the students, he gave practical exposure on pre-sales activities, sales order, distribution of shipments, billing process, and generating customer invoice. He also explained linking of SD with other modules of SAP, the Enterprise structure participating in sales and distribution, Creating Master record for material, customer, partners, and all. He also discussed how to maintain documents related to sales, distribution, and billing, work on pre-sales activities covering sales document structure, inquiries, and quotations. All the students gained first- hand experience on various SAP modules.

The workshop was also attended by faculty members of the institute including Prof. Sunil Upadhyay, Prof. Ajay Sinha, Dr. V. N. Bajpai, Dr. Satish Kumar, Dr. A. P. Tripathi, Prof. Alok Singh and Dr. Charu Chaudhary, Dr. Surendera Tiwari, Dr. Puneet Singh.

The session ended with giving vote of thanks to MR. Amit Gupta, Mr. Varun and other experts for providing such wonderful insights about Finance, HR and Marketing Module of SAP.

Overall the workshop was very interactive and informative for all the attendees.

The workshop was very well coordinated by Dr. V.N Bajpai, Dr. Abhinav P. Tripathi, Prof. Sunil Upadhyay.

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11 Sep 2015

Dr. Anita Mathew attended a two day workshop on “Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Skill Assessment Process Certification”

Dr. Anita Mathew attended a two day workshop on “Emotional Intelligence and Emotional Skill Assessment Process Certification”

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22 Aug 2015

Staff Development Programme Conducted at I.T.S, Engineering College, Greater Noida

22nd August, 2015 was a memorable day for the staff members of I.T.S Engineering College, Greater Noida as the college had organized an interesting and very special Staff Development Programme. The theme of SDP was ‘Service Orientation and Professional Excellence’. The resource persons for the SDP were Dr. Charu Chaudhary and Prof. Gopal Krishna Dwivedi.

The SDP was inaugurated by Dr. Vineet Kansal who in his inaugural address pointed out the importance of the theme of SDP and asked the participants to remain interactive throughout all sessions of SDP. He said that an SDP on Service Orientation will be effective and fruitful only when we have an internal urge to serve people. He wished the participants a great learning and fun.

Soon after the inaugural addresses, the high energy SDP began. Dr. Charu took sessions on Service Orientation while Prof. Gopal elaborated the nuances of Professional Excellence. A variety of tools were used for the effective training and sharing the various aspects of the theme. Staff-members showed unprecedented interest in the tasks like chart preparations, role plays, sharing feedback as customer and as an official. Videos on Japanese Culture, innovative customer care and infections of anger and happiness not only attracted the participants but also generated a lot of learning out of discussions after the videos.

At the end of the SDP, the staff members shared their experiences and takeaways. Finally the SDP, packed with fun, learning and games concluded with the valedictory session.

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21 Sep 2013

One day MDP on INCOTERMS 2010 organized by I.T.S

One day MDP on INCOTERMS 2010 organized by I.T.S

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15 May 2013

FDP attended by Management Faculty at FORE School of Management, New Delhi.

Faculty Development Programme held on 15/5/2013 at FORE School of Management, Delhi on the topic “Enhancing Teaching Skills of Faculty Members in the area of Banking, Financial Services and Personal Wealth Management”.

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01 Jun 2012

Case Writing Workshop Faculty Development Programme at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar Campus

I.T.S - Management & I.T. Institute organized one day FDP programme on “Case Writing” on 1st June,2012 for Management faculty members. The objective behind holding this FDP was to update the Management faculty members with the various techniques of dealing with the cases and evaluating the relevant and core issues, reviewing the cases written by faculty members and to make an action plan for case development. There were 16 cases written by I.T.S Management faculty which were discussed in the FDP.

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10 Aug 2011

I.T.S goes International

I.T.S- Institute of Technology and Science conducted an international Management Development Programme in Myanmar (Burma) on 31st July. Dr A K Puri, Director General of the institute was invited to conduct a Management Development Programme for working executives in Yangon (Rangoon) as a management expert of international repute.

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08 Sep 2016

Guest Lecture by Prof. N. K. Gupta, IIM, Lucknow for PGDM (2016-18) batch.

Sep 8th ,2016 was a fortunate day for all the students of PGDM (2016-18) batch of I.T.S Ghaziabad, as they attended the guest lecture by Prof. N.K. Gupta, Professor, IIM Lucknow. Prof. N. K. Gupta has an experience of 39 years in the field of Quantitative techniques in Management (Business Statistics and Operations Research).

Today's lecture was started with the discussion of practical aspect of measure of Centre tendency and Measure of Dispersion and he discussed so many different situations where these tools can be applied to make better decision. During the tenure of his discussion he also showed some graph and asked the students to find out answers of some questions depending on them.

After that he discussed about the discovery of Regression and correlation that how regression was discovered when Francis Galton in 1987 wanted to study the relationship between height of sons and their fathers. He discussed that with regression analysis we can set the trend for quantifying the relationship between two variables in which one variable is dependent variable and others are independent and he discussed how we can use regression analysis to forecast the value of one variable when the value of other variable is known. He also talked about the different methods of regression analysis and interpretation of results. Prof. N.K. Gupta then gave the students a case study and asked them to solve it with the help of different statistical tools.

Towards the conclusion of his lecture, Prof. N. K. Gupta discussed his current research about the reasons of divorce in newly married couples. The lecture arranged today facilitated the students to understand statistics in a more practical outlook and also enlightened them how a manager can make better decisions with the help of these tools.

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