27 Jan 2017
The success of an education institution is dependent on its ability to transform student’s life. The key element in this process is the faculty. Understanding faculty’s role as a catalyst within a structured academic system is one of the most important prerequisite for creating a great learning organization. Keeping this in focus Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad organised a Faculty Development Programme on “Entrepreneurship” from 16th to 27th January, 2017. Twenty three Participants from I.T.S & other institutes of Delhi-NCR participated in FDP.
The program was inaugurated by Shri Venugopal Gupta, Head- incubation & venture accelerator centre. In his inaugural address Shri Venugopal Gupta highlighted the importance of entrepreneurial culture in an education institute, he talked about various aspects of entrepreneurship & several hardships which are associated with entrepreneurship. Dr. A.K. Puri, Director General, I.T.S Mohan Nagar presented overview of the program. Dr. S.P. Mishra, Advisor, I.T.S - The Education Group, with sensitization of participants towards Entrepreneurship FDP & its importance in today’s Scenario. Post Lunch Session was addressed by Dr. Rita Sen Gupta, Ex-Director (B/S) - NIESBUD, she gave an overview of Entrepreneurial Qualities & Motivation Development.
Second & Third day was chaired by Dr. Rita Sen Gupta continued the session with exercise on entrepreneurial qualities, continuous exercises were done to collect data of participants on entrepreneurial qualities, so that participants can be motivated to become entrepreneur. Post lunch was on motivation development, to motivate faculty for promoting entrepreneurship in students.
Dr. Govind Sharma, an IPR expert from New Delhi was the keynote speaker for first session of Day Four. He discussed the relevance of IPR for entrepreneurs, especially technical entrepreneurs. How in present day scenario IPR plays an important role in building brand & he also shared various examples where copying of technology & patents were penalized in international courts. Post Lunch session was chaired by Mr. C.K. Sabharwal, MD Crop Health products Ltd. discussed how to sense business opportunity & identify a product & market for new product. New innovations & ways to identify new product was discussed.
Friday, 20th January, 2017 Day-5 was dedicated to financing options for entrepreneurs; First Session was addressed by Mr. Sunil Joshi, Expert & Prof. Sharda University, shared his expertise on different financing options for entrepreneurs. Traditional approach to seed funding & present day ease in getting seed funds, which made entrepreneurship a comparatively easy option. Role of different institutions & what are Do’s & Don’ts for project report, from the point of view of financial institutes was discussed. Second session was chaired by Mr. Sanjay Kumar, Expert incubation - MSME, session was enlightening, various government incentives were disused, several new government schemes information was shared, Incubation centre requirements & how to set up incubation centre was shared, information about incubation in nearby areas. How MSME is helping in promoting entrepreneurship was discussed & in what ways we can help budding entrepreneurs in taking advantage of these schemes of government.
Saturday, 21st January, 2017 was dedicated for entrepreneurial competencies tools, techniques & guidance, session was chaired by Dr. V.N. Bajpai, Associate Professor, I.T.S Mohan Nagar. Session begin with different innovations & new business ventures. Participants undertook a small exercise on Refrigeration industry; small groups were formed & analyzed various features in refrigerators, then groups were required to design a new product for refrigeration industry. Groups presented their products, marketing strategies were developed. Small competition took place. A unique type of refrigerator ‘Chotu Cool’ example of shared with audience.
Day-7 i.e. 23rd January, 2017, Group visited Mother Dairy Plant, Patparganj, Delhi. Participants interacted with concerned person & facilities were visited. Complete process from procurement to processing till final delivery was elaborated. Several quality checks implemented at different stages during the process were told. Visit gave a holistic view of enterprise management to participants.
Day-8 i.e. 24th January, 2017, Key note speaker for first session was Dr. A.K.Puri, Director General, I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, session focuses on ‘Critical issues in Entrepreneurship development & growth’ Dr. Puri shared his expertise on creating entrepreneurial culture & what are the major challenges faced during this & how we as faculty can promote this culture in our organization & promote more students to take entrepreneurship as a career option. He explained the importance of entrepreneurial growth & role of a mentor. Second Session of the day was chaired by Mr. C.K. Sabharwal, MD, Crop- Health Product, addressed the need & importance of financial management in managing an enterprise, session was interactive & participants learned that not only raising of funds is important but how to effectively manage long term & day to day finances of venture.
On Day-9, i.e. 25th January, 2017, Mr. Girish Shivani, Director at yournest Angel Fund, a renowned name in Venture capital Industry of INDIA, enlightened the members about how do venture capitalist evaluates & appraises entrepreneurial venture. Role of Venture capitalist in promoting & how new entrepreneurs can leverage venture capital. Second session was chaired by Dr. Lokendra Tyagi, Expert, Personal management in Entrepreneurial Venture, explained the Need & importance of personnel management in managing an enterprise, during the session various interpersonal aspects were illustrated, that an entrepreneur shall take care. How to identify a right employee, what is expected from entrepreneur & employees especially in startups was discussed followed by a role play.
On Day-10 first session was addressed by Dr. S.P. Mishra on ‘Curriculum Planning and its presentation’, as the faculties are well equipped with knowledge this session explained different ways through which they can transfer their learning of FDP to their students & promote more entrepreneurs. Chief guest for valedictory session was Dr. Usha Dixit, Scientist "C", National Science and Technology Entrepreneurship Development Board (NSTEDB), addressed the gathering & shared various live examples which flourished under the aegis of NSTEDB, followed by certificate distribution.
22 Faculty members from I.T.S, Ghaziabad and Various other institutes took part in FDP. Fun filled knowledge rich and self exploring journey left faculty members with a new orientation about themselves & Entrepreneurship.
03 Apr 2010
Guest Lecture on Data Structure was organized for the students of MCA II Semester. During his lecture he touched upon various issues related to data structure including Application of Data Structure, Array, Linked List, Trees, B-Tree, Hashing, Recursion, Heap Sort, etc.
24 Sep 2015
A workshop on Objective-C was conducted on Thursday, Sep 24, 2015 for MCA 5th semester students. Mr. Vijay Rastogi , Director from Sissoft Tecnologies was the resource person for the session. Mr. Rastogi briefed about the latest technology and also gave a hands on exposure. The Session was very much participative and interactive. Students were highly benefited at the end of the workshop.
Objective-C is the primary programming language you use when writing software for OS X and iOS. It’s a superset of the C programming language and provides object-oriented capabilities and a dynamic run time. Objective-C inherits the syntax, primitive types, and flow control statements of C and adds syntax for defining classes and methods. It also adds language-level support for object graph management and object literals while providing dynamic typing and binding, deferring many responsibilities until run time
26 May 2014
A Faculty Development Program was organized on the topic “SAP in Sales and Distribution” at I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad on 26th MAY, 2014. The resource person for this FDP was Mr. Sanjeev Sharma, Consultant, IBM Technologies, Gurgaon. There were 16 participants in this session where two participants were from Galgotia Institute of management-Greater Noida and RDFGI-Modi Nagar, respectively.
Objective of the FDP was to discuss and understand the SAP process in functioning of sales and distribution. FDP was majorly focusing on SAP SD role in Distribution Management, Direct Marketing, Sales Training , Event Management, Product Promotion, CRM , etc. The major topics discussed were SAP as an ERP Introduction, SAP solutions in details, SAP benefit to clients in terms of sales and distribution, SAP Solutions in S & D, SAP S & D Process, SAP S & D Details setup for process, SAP education /details of help portal.
18 May 2013
A workshop on “Innovative Entrepreneurship Avenues” was conducted by E-cell of Department of IT
13 Jan 2012
Faculty Development Program on Rational Application Developer (RAD) inaugurated on 13th January, 2012 at the institute
A 4-days Faculty Development Program on Rational Application Developer (RAD) being conducted during 13th - 16th January was inaugurated today in the Seminar Hall-II. In his welcome address, Dr. Vineet Kansal, Director - IT welcomed the Resource Person and briefed about the objectives and benefits of this program. Prof. S.K. Pandey introduced the Resource Person, Mr. Sunny Narang who is conducting this FDP. In this FDP, various aspects of RAD shall be covered during next four days including Workbench Basics, Java Development Environment, Web Development Basics, Running Web applications using using WebSphere, Database connectivity, Struts & JSF Development5 Tools, Packaging and deployment of projects, Testing & Debugging Web Applications using JUint and JSP Debugging tool. The FDP shall be conducted using Discussions, demonstration and practical implementation of the discussed concepts. About 40 faculty participants from our group are attending this FDP.
18 Dec 2016
Prof. Shikha & Prof. Neetu attended workshop on “Research Methodology” at Delhi Technological University (DTU), Delhi.
Prof. Shikha Arora and Prof. Neetu Purohit attended 5 day workshop on ‘Research Methodology’ organized by Delhi Technological University at its Campus on Bawana Road, Delhi from 14th to 18th December 2016. The workshop was organized with the objective to equip the research scholars with the necessary skills to carry out research effectively in the various disciplines so as to produce high quality of articles, research papers, thesis and books. The workshop was designed to offer not only the conceptual basis and theory for research but also the qualitative and quantitative research methods, also covering the data analysis packages useful in research. There were 109 registrations for the participants across various disciplines in areas such as engineering, medical and management.
On day one, the workshop commenced with registration and formal inaugural function with welcome address by Dr. Rajan Yadav, Head Delhi School of Management, Delhi Technological University and Presidential Address by Prof. Yogesh Singh, Vice Chancellor Delhi Technological University. The Chief Guest for the session was Prof. Shyam B. Menon, Vice Chancellor, Ambedkar University. Vote of thanks was presented by Prof. G.C. Maheshwari, Delhi School of Management, DTU. Thereafter there was session by Prof. G.C. Maheshwari on Introduction to ‘Research and Research Ethics’, then a session on Art of Research Paper Writing & Literature Review by Prof. S.K. Garg, Pro-VC, DTU and the last session for the day was by Prof. Anil Singh on ‘Research Design’. Day 2 sessions were on ‘Scale Construction-Questionnaire Design, Reliability and Validity Analysis’ by Dr. V.P. Singh, Associate Professor, NCERT; ‘Techniques of Data Collection’ by Dr. Shikha N. Khera, DSM-DTU; Factor Analysis by Dr. A.R. Rao, Principal Scientist, IASRI. Day 3 sessions were on Sampling-Types, Size, Techniques by Dr. Rajan Yadav, DSM, DTU; Hypothesis Formulation & Testing by Prof. P.K. Suri, DSM, DTU, Differences of Means, Anova, Chi Square, Regression and Correlation by Prof. P.K. Suri, DSM, DTU. Day 4 sessions were on Theoretical Framework for Research by Prof. Sushil, IIT Delhi and Structural Equation Modelling by Prof. H.K. Dangi, Associate Professor, FMS, DU. Day 5 also continued with Structural Equation Modelling and hands on session on AMOS and Smart PLS softwares. Thereafter Valedictory Session was held wherein the brief of all the sessions was provided by Dr. Shikha N. Khera, DSM, DTU, thereafter there was address by Chief Guest by Prof. Anil K. Tyagi, Vice Chancellor, IP University and address by Prof. Yogesh Singh, Vice Chancellor DTU and Vote of Thanks by Prof. G.C. Maheswari, DSM, DTU followed by brief feedback session from the participants and finally giving certificates to the participants.