30th Jeet Kune-Do Belt Awards 2019 organized by I.T.S Mohan Nagar
I.T.S Mohan Nagar sponsored and organized 30th Jeet Kune-Do Belt Awards 2019 in association with Jeet Kune-Do Sports Association of U.P., a part of Jeet Kune-Do Federation of India on 14th July, 2019 at I.T.S Mohan Nagar campus.
Jeet Kune-Do is a famous Self Defense, Street Fight Martial Art developed by Bruce Lee, the well known martial artist.
The programme started with floral welcome of the Chief Guest, Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman of I.T.S The Education Group by Mr. Vivek Kaushik, President of the Association followed by lamp lighting by the dignitaries present. In his address, the Chief Guest appreciated the efforts of the Federation for nurturing young generation with this art of self defense. He expressed his commitment and support for bringing such sports at the centre stage of exposure and popularity among youth.
More than 400 participants of different age groups with their parents from Ghaziabad, Delhi & NCR fought for Yellow, Green, Blue and Brown Belts.
The winners of different categories were awarded with Medals and Belts., , ,
‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme
Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme of Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized activity , with the game planned for the day.
In the first phase, a session of dumb charades was organised. Unlike most such sessions which are merely played for fun, here, in characteristic Parivartan style, the kids were made to act out ideas which had been taught during the classes in general. This process was used to identify ten winners. Those answering correctly received toffees, while those who acted out the charades were given biscuits.
In the second phase these ten winners were then made to face questions regarding all that had been taught during the past month. While those who answered rightly were given toffees, they also received points. Ultimately the three top scorers were presented Table Tennis Sets.
Subsequently, things came to an end with the distribution of ‘Parle Good Day’ biscuits and ‘Parle Orange Bite’ toffees. Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers., , ,
PG Faculty at I.T.S Mohan Nagar attended Faculty Development Program
PG faculty Dr. Vivek Pachuri attended a Eight Days Faculty Development Program on "Universal Human Values and Professional Ethics" at Indraprasth Engineering College Ghaziabad.
The program was organised under the series of Value Education cell, AKTU. The objective of the program was to make aware and enrich the participants with need of value education and their holistic development which in turn can shape or reshape holistic development of students in today's complex and multidimensional environment. The session were really full of enthusiasm and energy along with learning outcomes. Under this program, I got opportunity and a platform where I could be able to understand process of self exploration with the help of new proposals and basic human aspirations with an excellent of mix pedagogy. I hope and shall try to apply my efforts in a direction to reap more benefits of workshop via process of transformation in self in order to give benefits to my students and society too., , ,
‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme
‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme at Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad conducted ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme on 7th July, 2019 covering a lesson in grammar and a dose of general knowledge.
The first session started with Rishita taking a class on synonyms and antonyms. After explaining Rishita wrote out a table of some common words to illustrate the concepts. The children were made to repeat after the teachers. Their copies were also checked by the volunteers to ensure that they were following properly.
In the second half Tulika move in to talk about some of the major inventors and their creations. References were made to epoch making achievements like Thomas Alva Edison and the electric bulb; James Watt and the steam engine; Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone, etc. Once again the students were made to repeat what they were taught.
The usual quiz followed for testing of the knowledge acquired in the two sessions, with prizes being handed out to those who answered correctly. The concluding part was then covered by Sudhanshu through Chhoti Chhoti Baatein - jaate jaate aaj ka gyan. It was time to invoke a well known Sanskrit shloka
"Na chora chauryam, na cha rajya haryam, na bhrata bhajyam, na cha bharakari Vardhate nitya ekam, vindhya danam sarva dhan pradhanam"
The day was finally brought to a close with the distribution of ‘Parle Good Day’ biscuits and Eclairs toffees., , ,
PGDM Ist Year students visited to ONGC Auditorium
Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized visit of 49 students from PGDM First Year to ONGC Auditorium at the Deen Dayal Urja Bhawan for the 9th Subir Raha Memorial Lecture, to be delivered by Dr. Kirit S. Parikh.
The session started in the evening at around 6.30 PM with Dr Parikh being accompanied on the stage by Mr. Uddesh Kohli, Chairman, UN Global Connect Network India (GCNI); Mr. Shashi Shekhar, President GCNI and Chairman of ONGC Group of Companies; Mr. Kamal Singh, Executive Director, GCNI; and Mr. Vinod Pandey, Vice President (North) GCNI and Director (Corporate Affairs and Sustainable Development), BMW Group.
The opening address was delivered by Mr Kohli, as he charted out the achievements of the GCNI under the late Subir Raha, who was the Founding President. Then Mr. Shashi Shekhar came forward for the welcome address, where he spoke about the contribution of ONGC to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as mandated by the UN.
Finally it was time for Dr. Parikh to deliver his lecture. In a focused and concise manner Dr Parikh touched upon issues like the need for sustainable development in India; how we can go about implementing processes for accomplishing the SDGs here; the important role of CSR in this regard and how Indian corporates are gearing towards the same; sectorwise emission of greenhouse gases and how to bring them down; and periodic assessment of impacts and effects. To make things topical, Dr Parikh referred to how the Economic Survey of the Government of India released the previous day had stressed on understanding people’s behavior and nudge them towards responsible actions.
It was a highly informative discourse which enabled all present to gain a clear perspective on the progress made in this connection in India, while also getting an idea about the road ahead. The lecture was followed by a Q&A session which drew some thought provoking questions from the gathered audience. Finally Mr. Kamal Singh delivered the vote of thanks to one and all.
It was an enlightening session which enthused the assembled representatives from industry and academia. Students found it particularly informative with plenty of food for thought., , ,
Budget Viewing Session at PHDCCI, New Delhi
Department of Management at I.T.S Ghazibad organized visit of PGDM Ist Year students to attended the session on budget overview 2019 called by PHDCCI at their premises, where elite scholars and business stalwarts delivered their expert opinion on the subject.
Mr. Gopal Krishna Agarwal National spokesperson of BJP expressed that to reach pinnacle of healthy economy we need to focus on investing for asset and make our country as export hub. He specifically mentioned that we are earmarking capital of 5 trillion in next five years reflecting upon the confidence of the current Indian government.
Mr. Pradip Chaudhary, former chairman of SBI to a response on private investment spoke about wealth Investment from 1992 where gigantic companies like Reliance, ITC, Hindustan Uniliver have been some known manufacturers. There is a need to focus on increasing manufacturers. The discussion further highlighted that we have CRR of 125 lakh crores keeping 5% as sterilized which need to be subsidized. This has a direct bearing on managing NPA’s. The banking system suggests 5 yr repo rate of 8 % growth. We should not agonize on repo rate as postal savings are still showing we have chance of better growth in investment. The predominant reason for buying bullet train from Japan is credit given by them worth 100 billion dollar otherwise they are unsuccessful in competitive bidding.
Mr. Akhil Bansal Deputy CEO of KPMG to the question on if we are too late to focus on manufacturing firm as data has taken different route responded that we should have optimistic approach and he suggested that it is correct time to boost manufacturing sectors. India still required 10 % 12% growth to reach the target of 5 trillion goal.
Mr. Rajeev Talwar, Chairman of PHDCCI concluded the session by asserting that we need be multi dimensional while approaching the policies and not be pessimistic and work towards road mapping country in better economical situation.
The visit overall served as a quality learning avenue for students., , ,
Webinar on Union Budget.
Management Department of I.T.S - Mohan Nagar organised an Interactive Webinar on “Budget Decoded: Impact of FY20 Union Budget" on 5th July 2019 for PGDM students and Faculty members.
Mr Amar Ambani, President & Head of Research, YES Securities was the expert for the session. He covered various aspects of Union Budget which was presented by Finance Minister, Ms Nirmala Sitharaman in the Lok Sabha on 5th July. He appreciated this budget for its potential to make India a Five Trillion economy in the years to come.
He answered different questions raised by participants.
This Webinar session was then followed by indepth discussion among faculty and students on budget and its implications., , ,
MoU signed between I.T.S Ghaziabad & Rubicon Skill Development Pvt. Ltd.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed on 03rd July, 2019 between Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad & Rubicon Skill Development Pvt., Ltd. for training students on “Campus to Corporate” Program. MoU was signed by Dr. Ajay Kumar, Director (Management) of I.T.S Ghaziabad and Mr. Vidit Chaudhary , Campus Connect Manager, Rubicon.
Rubicon was incepted with a dream of a world where every youth has the power to transform lives for themselves and others around them. Company aims at building competencies, which would help youth seek careers and prosper in their career of choice through excitement into learning by developing and harnessing, their curiosity and intrinsic motivation for learning.
Rubicon’s “Campus to Corporate” Program, is supported by Barclays that aims at improving the employ ability skills of the youth. This initiative is supported by Barclays. Under this program students will be trained by Corporate Trainers to enhance their life skills which would help them significantly to increase their chance of succeeding in a job interview.
In the 24- Hours Skills Training Program, students will be trained in Public Speaking, Presentation Skills, E-mail Etiquette, Grooming, Group Discussion and Personal Interview., , ,
PGDM 2019-21 Batch students attended Global Inclusive Disaster Management Conference (GIDMC)
Department of Management organized visit to attended a conference on “Global Inclusive Disaster Management Conference (GIDMC)” for PGDM 2019-21 batch.
GIDMC was a global event organised by UN Global Compact Network, hosted by Oil India, partnered by GAIL and Indian Red Cross Society and managed by iCONEX Exhibitions. Revolving around the theme of “Towards Resilient Future - Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Mitigation”, GIDMC 2019 works with the agenda to achieve sustainable development, total disaster management and building a resilient future.
Theme of conference was to bring forth the discussions highlighting the “present and post disasters preparedness”. Conference was a platform to host deliberate discussions on post disasters, improving resilience, mainstreaming DRR, global sustainability and changing role of industries, health, insurance and more. The aim of conference was to prioritize disaster risk reduction and achieve 2030 agenda for SDG to build a world towards a sustainable and resilient path.
Keynote speaker in the conference was Mr. Dominic, President FSAI and Mr. Darshan Divakaran, UAS Program Engineer NC Department of Transportation, Division of Aviation, US, , ,
PGDM 2019-21 Batch students attended GLOBAL INCLUSIVE DISASTER MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 2019
Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad organized visit to A GLOBAL INCLUSIVE DISASTER MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE 2019 for students of PGDM 2019-21 along with Dr. Vivek Pachauri, I.T.S Education Group Ghaziabad on 1st July 2019.
The conference was a global event organised by UN Global Compact Network, hosted by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation & Oil India, partnered by GAIL and Indian Red Cross Society and managed by iCONEX Exhibitions. Revolving around the theme of “Towards Resilient Future - Preparedness, Response, Recovery, Mitigation”, GIDMC 2019 works with the agenda to achieve sustainable development, total disaster management and building a resilient future. The key Objectives of conference was Building a world towards sustainable and resilient path, Prioritize Disaster Risk Reduction, Enhancing disaster preparedness ,Encouraging innovations and ideas/practices for business growth and developing strategies for sustainably reducing industrial disaster risk and impact globally. Eminent dignitaries Mr. VP Mahawar, Co-Chairman, GIDMC, Ex Director Onshore, ONGC, Mr Pratyaya Amrit IAS, Govt of Bihar , Mr Sisira, Madurapperuma, ADPC , Mr Arjun Katoch, Member Advisory Committee, NDMA and former Secretary INSARAG, Dr.V.Thiruppugazh, IAS Joint Secretary (Policy & Plan), NDMA, Mr Rajan Gengaje Former Regional Disaster Response Advisor, UN OCHA Regional Office for Asia- Pacific , Ms Arya Mananadhar INSARAG Secretariat, Mr Iain Logan Director, Global Emergency Group Lessons from Debris, Dr. Manu Gupta, Co-Founder and Executive Director, SEEDS, Professor Chandan Ghosh NIDM 2 ,Joe John George KSDMA , Lars Bernd Chief Emergency and Risk Informed Programming, UNICEF , Deepak Singh lead Disaster Risk Management Specialist, World Bank 5 Honeywell India (TBC) and many esteemed personalities across the globe graced the conference with their benign presence and highlighted the issues related to focal theme. The students raised their query and were delighted and enriched with the learning from sessions., , ,