Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized activity in ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme .
The day took off with a session on fractions. Nagesh and Sudhanshu discussed the concept along with the various types of fractions – like and unlike, proper and improper, etc. Prof. Upreti came in to explain why fractions have a practical relevance; he told the children why the sense of proportion is significant to the basic idea of fractions, which made it much clearer for the learners. The kids were also taught about addition of like fractions.
Astha then held forth on the important issue of human rights. She told the children about Right to Equality, Right to Freedom of Expression, Right to Constitutional Remedies, Right to Culture and Education, etc. The learners were taught how an awareness of these rights can lead to a better quality of life as a citizen of the country.
Since the previous Sunday, an interesting new element has been started in the form of Chhoti Chhoti Baatein – short takeaways for the day or jaate jaate aaj ka gyan. While in the previous week it had been about good habits for the summer days, this week it was a Sanskrit shloka which stressed on the significance of respect to elders like parents, teachers and older relatives, and how it helps to build character. Once again, Sudhanshu provided the finishing touch of the day.
The customary quiz was held to get an idea about the understanding of the day’s lessons. This was followed by the distribution of ’Parle Orange Bite’toffees and ‘Priya Butter Bite’ biscuits among the children., , ,
Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Charu Chaudhry organized a Faculty Development Program on "Time Management" for faculty members of I.T.S Physiotherapy & Biotechnology College, Murad Nagar on May 4, 2019.
Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director-Management, I.T.S Mohan Nagar Campus inaugurated the program and emphasized upon the relevance of time management as a skill, which is essential to improve workplace productivity, in the dynamic competitive environment. Dr Charu focused on relationship between time management and self-management for professional excellence. With experiential exercises, she sensitized the participants that they can always improve productivity even if they are performing well. She also shared time management tools and techniques that can add value while prioritizing and scheduling the tasks. Various exercises helped participants to identify specific tools they need to use, to gain control of their time and become more efficient in near future. Session was highly interactive and faculty members participated in the program with full enthusiasm and energy. Presence of Director-Management and Dr. V N Bajpai encouraged all the participants., , ,
Faculty of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, Dr. Rajeev Johari successfully completed two weeks program of FDP on “Research Gaps in Economics: Issues and Data Sets” during 22nd April to 4th May, 2019
at Mahatma Hansraj College, University of Delhi. The entire program was delivered by distinguished interdisciplinary panel of experts in their specific domain from varied areas of academia, MHRD and policy makers, placed at established institutions like IIM-A, Delhi School of Economics, JNU, ICRIER, NIPFP, IGIDR Mumbai, NITI Ayog, RBI, IGNOU and other prestigious bodies.The rich variety in contents focused on current themes of Economics like public policy, policy research, data mining, Data Sets, Make in India, health economics, GIS, Regression Modeling, SAS, and advanced tools and applications in economics for upcoming markets. It was an enriched learning platform that can be further imparted to students in the area of economics from managerial perspectives. The basic purpose of this program was to act as a refresher and knowledge updationin the area of economics and also inter connect the problems of the society which is faced by researchers amidst the current challenges., , ,
Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad in association with Chess Sports Association, Ghaziabad hosted Ghaziabad District Chess Championship 2019on 30th April 2019. Total 152 players participated in the event from various chess academy, schools & colleges of Ghaziabad district, under six age categories.
The Championship was inaugurated by the chief guest Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S -The Education Group & Vice President of Ghaziabad District Chess Association other dignitaries were Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director(Management),Dr. Sunil Pandey Director (IT),Dr. Vidya Shekhari, Director(U.G.), Prof. Nancy Sharma, Vice Principal(U.G.), Prof. D.K.Pandey, Faculty Sports Coordinator, Shri Charul Bhatnagar, General Secretary (Chess Sports Association, Ghaziabad) and Mr. R. S. Chawala, Sports Officer, I.T.S, Ghaziabad.
This Championship aimed for the selection of the players for the state team and the development of chess in the district of Ghaziabad.
The closing ceremony of this championship was held on 30thApril 2019 in august presence of the chief guest Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S -The Education Group & Vice President of Ghaziabad District Chess Association, other dignitaries were, Shri Charul Bhatnagar, General Secretary (Chess Sports Association, Ghaziabad), Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director(Management), Prof. D.K.Pandey and Sports Chairperson , Mr. R. S. Chawala, Sports Offier.
Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman- The I.T.S Group congratulated and expressed his best wishes to all the winners and participants for their active participation and encouraged them to excel in future. Dr. Ajay Kumar, director (Management) emphasized on both the physical and mental development of the youth to achieve grand success in life and ensured to extend maximum possible support to promote sportsmanship in the region.
The winners were awarded with trophies and certificates. All participants expressed there deep sense of gratitude and thankfulness to the dignitaries present during the ceremony and promised to excel in future., , ,
Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized the session with an introduction to the north eastern region of the country.
It was obviously a new place for the children as nothing seemed familiar. She explained why this part of the country was quite different, including its climate, topography, plant and animal life. To further familiarize the learners, she dealt with each of the states of Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland and Tripura, pointing out the unique features of each. Sudhanshu provided a helping hand during the session.
Then it was the turn of Nargis to bring back the children to the familiar subject of English grammar. The idea was to brush up the knowledge of vowels and consonants, and how these are used in the construction of words. Copies were checked and graded to help the kids.
A quiz round was held to revise the day’s topics. The session then drew to a close with the distribution of ‘Bikano Peanuts’ and ‘Britannia Good Day’ biscuits.
Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti planned and guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan., , ,
Karate Association of Ghaziabad in association with Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized “All India Karate Championship” at I.T.S, Ghaziabad on 21st April 2019.
More than 700 male and female participants from different states of the country including; Andhara Pradesh, Telengana, Rajsthan, Uttrakhand, Jammu & Kashmir, Delhi, Himanchal Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh etc. participated in the Championship.
Chief Guest, Sh. Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S-The Education Group, inaugurated the event. Sh. Arpit Chadha is also the Chief Patron of the Association. Distinguished guests present were; Sh. Anil Kaushik, President of the Association, Sh. Rajiv Mundelwal, Secretary of the Association, alongwith Dr. Rajv Tyagi, Sh. B.L. Batra, Sh. Vjay Kaushik, Dr. P. Kumar, Sh. Kunal Tyagi, Sh. Sukhpal Singh, Sh. Surendra Yadav, Sh. Vinod Kumar, Sh. Nitin Srivastav etc.
The Championship was for 43 different weight categories. The main attraction of the championship was 10 feet, 8 ½ feet & 7 ½ feet high, specially designed brass cup & mementos for the winners. All the winners were given Gold, Silver & Bronze medals alongwith certificates.
The Karate association has also made 5 world records, which is mentioned in Limca Book of World Records., , ,
'Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme at Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized activity
and discussed living and non-living things. They explained how living things were sentient creatures, with the ability to grow, breath and respond to stimuli. In contrast, non-living things were stationary with no response to phenomena.
Then it was time for the games to begin. However, as always, they had an educational aspect – concentration, focus, response and thinking – in other words, dhyan lagao, Inaam paao. First the learners were made to play Reverse Command. As the name suggests, they were supposed to do the opposite of whatever was asked. When 8 to 10 contestants remained, they were assigned roll numbers, and were asked to quote the preceding and succeeding digits. Three winners finally identified were awarded with "bat & ball set" each . The first part was managed by Rishita and Tulika, while Atul took care of the second round.
Copies were evaluated by the volunteers along with Prof. Upreti. Expectedly, there was a clamor for getting a ‘Good’ remark, leading to active participation on the part of the learners. The day came to an end with the distribution of ‘Bikano Namkeen’ and ‘Parle Kachcha Aam’ toffees. Group photos of the winners were taken with the volunteers. This led to more enthusiasm, as everybody wanted to feature in the snap., , ,
PG Students interacted with Hollywood Actress Elena Simina and eminent personalities from Entertainment & Media industry
Department of Management at I.T.S - Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized a special event on “Creating a Successful Brand in Digital & Web content: Defining career in Entertainment and Media industry” on 20th April, 2019
by inviting eminent guests including Hollywood Actress Elena Simina, Film maker and consultant Mr. Amit R. Agrawal, Brand ambassador, actress and model Ms. Renulelkar, Miss India International Malaysia, Ms. Vineeta Gurjar and Model & Brand Consultant Ms. Shakti Banerjee in the campus.
The special session was inaugurated with ceremonial Lamp Lighting by Director (Management), Dr. Ajay Kumar, Dr. V N Bajpai and all the eminent guests.
Dr. Ajay Kumar delivered welcome address and threw light on emerging trends in brand creation in digital content and web development. He also discussed the role of media, film industry, models, activists, brand consultants and brand ambassadors in new possibilities and broader career path of management graduates in media, film industry and social media platforms.
Hollywood actress Ms. Elena Simina emphasized on business and management skills and effective marketing strategy required for the success of film industry and social media and hence motivated management students to explore their career in film and social media industries.
Mr. Amit R Agrawal, the famous film maker and consultant presented an amazing statistics on growing populations of users of social media in India and abroad and expected to reach at 10 billion people by the end of this decade and in this respect he mentioned the longest website in the world and influenced management students to opt their career in such growing industries.
Brand ambassadors, actress and model Ms. Renu Kelkar, Miss India International Malaysia, actress and model Ms. Vinita Gurjar and Brand Consultant and model Ms. Shakti Banerjee also addressed the audience and shared their views on new technologies, digital devices and web development for creation of brand in business and industries.
The students were highly delighted to have interactions with dignitaries, gathered valued insights and enthusiastic to explore such new field as future career path., , ,
Alumni Interaction Session on “Career as a Business Analyst” by Mr. Arnab Mustafi, E.A & Business Analyst to the CEO, Organic India, Alumnus PGDM (2010-12)
Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized an Alumni Interaction session by Mr. Arnab Mustafi, E.A & Business Analyst to the CEO, Organic India. Alumnus PGDM (2010-12) interacted with the Finance Specialization students on 19th April, 2019
He guided the students as to how they need to plan, acquire the skill sets and move towards the career as a business analyst. He also discussed how one needs to be versatile in working and acquiring knowledge across all departments in an organization as a business analyst profile is not just one department specific but one needs to know all departments very well. He also motivated them to work hard as no big dreams can be fulfilled until and unless an equal amount of hard work has been put into.
The students also asked various queries which were duly addressed by the speaker. The session was highly interactive and insightful for the students., , ,
‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of Department of Management at I.T.S, Ghaziabad conducted a special session on the theme “Let’s Spread Education” to celebrate the day as "National Education Festival" by I.T.S in association with CEGR.
Astha started the session by explaining why education was important, and how it helps to make us better human beings. Then Ashish inspired the children though a story that illustrated the importance of education in the betterment of human life. The learners listened with rapt attention and acknowledged that an educated person could indeed chart his or her own path.
The highlight of the day was the distribution of lesson based story books that had been specially procured for the day. The children were excited to receive the new books as they leafed through the pages of stories from the "Panchatantra" and the "Jatak Tales".
Dr. Indraneel Mandal finally concluded the session by describing how education leads to wholesome development of personality and the ability to distinguish right from wrong. The session ended with the distribution of ‘Britannia Good Day’ biscuits. Prof. Lokesh Upreti planned and guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan., , ,