18 May 2012
3-days Student Development Program (SDP) on IBM - DB2 organized during 16th – 18th May, 2012 at the institute
A 3-days Student Development Program (SDP) on DB2 under IBM-Software Centre of Excellence (IBM-COE), was conducted for the students of MCA IV Semester during 16th–18th May, 2012. The program formally commenced on the Day-1 in which the coordinator of this Program, Prof. Sunil Kr Pandey briefed about the need, importance and structure of the program and the certification process. Thereafter, a mock test in on-line mode was conducted to select top-70 out of a batch of 120 students who have attended the three-day SDP. In this SDP, IBM Certified faculty Members on DB2 Technology of Dept of IT of the institute , Prof. S.K. Pandey, Prof. Rakesh Roshan and Prof. Smita Kansal were the resource persons. After mock test and short-listing of students, total 06 sessions were planned in which specific components and tools were discussed and demonstrated in an interactive way.
09 Jul 2016
Dr. M.K. Jha and Prof. Bhavna Bhardwaj from Management Department, I.T.S Mohan Nagar, attended eight days Faculty Development Program on Basic Level - Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics, organized by Technical Education Quality Improvement Program (TQEP), Government of India Phase III and AKTU, Lucknow, from 23/6/18 to 30/6/18, at ABES Engineering College, Ghaziabad.
This was an excellent Program designed and coordinated by Dr. J. K. Jha, Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur and Dr. Jitesh J. Thakkar, Associate Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. In today’s business environment, organizations and managers are looking for structured, logical and evidence-based decision making due to unparalleled growth of businesses. Consequently, industrial and academic research facilities need to apply rigorous analytical methods to business decision problems for systematic ways of managing the organization.
The purpose of the five-day short-term course on Quantitative Decision Modeling was to equip participants with the advanced analytical tools and background needed to analyze and solve business decision problems.
- These are the some of the major learning outcomes:
- Introduction to Quantitative Approach of Decision Making
- Modeling with Linear Programming and Graphical Solution Approach
- Simplex Method and Special Cases
- Revised Simplex Method
- Theory of Duality, Sensitivity Analysis and Post Optimality
- Transportation Problem and Its Variants, Integer Programming
- Assignment Problem
- Integer Programming
- Queuing Theory
- Heuristic Methods in Operations Research
- Hands on exercise using CIPLEX /EXCEL
17 May 2012
A Faculty Development Programme on “Let us Explore” was organised from 15th to 17th May, 2012 by Department of Management Studies of I.T.S- Management & I.T Institute, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad. The programme aimed at self exploration by the participants. The resource person for the programme was Dr. P.U.B.Rao and the coordinator was Dr. Mona Sahay.
21 May 2011
I.T.S- Management & I.T. Institute organized three days FDP programme on “Case Teaching & Case Writing ” from 18th to 20th May,2011 for Management faculties. The objective behind holding this FDP was to upgrade the Management faculty members with the various techniques of dealing with the cases and evaluating the relevant and core issues. As there are a very few Indian Cases available, there is an urgency of developing new and relevant cases for our future students. So this workshop was organized to emphasize on basic case writing and teaching techniques.
The FDP was inaugurated by the Keynote speaker Prof J K Mitra Ex Dean, FMS, Delhi University with an overview of relevance of case teaching in Management Education. The second session was taken by Dr. A.K. Puri, Director General, ITS. He emphasized on the various techniques for teaching a case. The post lunch session was conducted by Dr. Harsh V. Verma, FMS, Delhi University. His session was very lively as he had a unique style of presentation, involving every faculty with the counter question and raising many issues and finally winding up with a common solution.
The second day started with a novel way of case writing skills taken by Dr. Mukesh Pandey, Associate Professor-College of Agribusiness Management, Pantnagar University, Uttarakhand and Dr. A.K.Puri, Director General, ITS. They both helped us to focus on identifying the core issue as the first step and to quote the facts without being beased and opinionated. The workshop was than divided in small groups and was personally guided on the leads by both of them.
The third day began with the discussion of the case “Fresh Field Crops” developed by Dr. Mukesh Pandey. He explained the business model to understand the case. Through this case he streamlined how to structure the case and then develop it further. The afternoon session gave a practical awareness by taking up presentation of each lead discussed, a day earlier. The cases developed by the faculties were given a serious thought and suggestion flowed in from everyone to enrich the case further.
The FDP concluded with the distribution of certificates to all the participants. The final touch was given D.G. ITS by sharing the various tips and steps to make the case studies more effective. Prof Anusha Agarwal and Prof Nitin Saxena coordinated the workshop.