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I.T.S Ghaziabad Organized Industry Visit for PGDM (2018-20) Batch students to Coca Cola

Department of Management of I.T.S Ghaziabad, organized an industry visit to Moon Beverages Ltd., Greater Noida on 20th July,2018 for PGDM (2018-20) Batch students.

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‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

15th July, 2018 activity of ‘Parivartan’- the Slum Education Programme, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad, was an interesting and enriching day for the children.

Volunteers of the day were – Aprajita Srivastava, Shashwat Sinha, Souvik Banerjee, Varun Arora and Nirja Rani.

During the first session, Dr Indraneel Mandal familiarized the students with the major states of the country and their capitals. It was amusing to note that while the children knew the names of certain states and capitals, they mostly could not connect one with the other. In that sense it turned out to be an eye opener for them.

The second session dealt with basic math skills – specifically addition and subtraction. Once again a lot of enthusiasm was noted among the children as Shaswat and Aprajita put up a number of questions, all of which were satisfactorily answered by the little students.

The activity concluded with the distribution of “Crax curls” and “Mango Bite toffees”. Prof. Lokesh Upreti accompanied and guided the volunteers as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

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PGDM (2018-20) students attended 8th Subir Raha Memorial Lecture.

25 Students of PGDM (2018-20) batch, attended session on the theme of “Assured Inclusive Innovation: Path to CSR 2.0” on 13th July 2018.

A doyen of Innovation & Outstanding Management Professional, Padma Vibhushan Dr. R A Mashelkar, - President, Global Research Alliance, Former DG of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has delivered the lecture. More than 450 professionals representing public and public sector, civil society and UN Organizations attended the lecture. The lecture delivered by DR. R.A. Mashelkar started with Introduction to the topic "ASSURED Inclusive Innovation path to CSR 2.0". He explained about what is CSR 1.0. He told that CSR 1.0 focused on “Doing Well & Doing Good” but the CSR 2.0 focused on “Doing well by doing Good”. He also told that the CSR was first introduced to the world by TATA in the Year 1892. DR. Mashelkar presented the Matrix of ASSURED Innovation, where A stands for (AFFORDABLE), S(SCALEABLE), S(SUSTAINABLE), U(UNIVERSAL), R(RAPID), E(EXCELLENT) and D(DISTINCTIVE). He also explained the key drivers of the CSR in which he presented 3T Model as TIME, TECHNOLOGY and TRUST.

DR. Mashelkar ended his lecture by saying that “1.25 Billion Indians are not 1.25 Billion Mouths but 1.25 Billion Minds.”

The visit was coordinated by Prof. Alok Singh and Dr. Satish Kumar.

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PGDM (2018-20) students participated in Debate Show at AajTak.

PGDM 2018-20 Batch students of I.T.S Ghaziabad, participated in live debate show “Hallabol” at AajTak studio on 13th July, 2018.

The guests for the debate were Mr. Sambit Patra (BJP Spokesperson), Mr. Rohan Gupta (Congress Spokesperson), Mr. Waris Pathan (AIMIM) and Prof. Sangeet Kumar Ragi (RSS). The discussion was on the raging issues on Jinnah’s Photo being there at Aligarh Muslim University. Debate revolved around the topic, whether Jinnah’s Photo in AMU was justified or not. Then the expectations from elections in 2019 was shared by eminent panelists. A Number of students posed intelligent questions to the speakers, and made them talk and discuss on issues that matter to the youth, like, women empowerment and security, unemployment, farmer- suicide etc.

The students were enthralled by the exposure to political discussions and arguments. Besides, they also learnt the art of discussion and putting their point across without any acquiescence.

The visit took place under the guidance of Prof. Alok Bhardwaj.

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I.T.S, Ghaizabad organized “Campus to Corporate: Alumni Experience Sharing” during ASPIRATIONS 2018

The new batch joined ITS PGDM programme with a lot of expectations and dreams in their eyes to be fulfilled in the days to come.

They have aspirations to become a true professional by inculcating all those traits and skills which are expected by corporate houses from Management Graduates.

With the objective to sensitize the beginners on the issue and to motivate them to be able to use not only the curricular but also co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities during their two years stay with I.T.S to hone their skills, an exclusive session on Alumni Experience Sharing was organized.

Alumni members, Sudeep Jain, Darpan Sharma, Vineet Parashar Bhuvnesh Tomar, Deepak Tiwari, Sumit Kapoor, Sangeeta & Mrityunjay Tiwari representing some of the very prominent company like Samsung, Himalaya Ayurveda, V3S Mall, HDFC Life, Reckitt Benkiser, Modalez Cadburys of PGDM Programme, batches ranging from 1996 to 2016 shared their experiences of corporate life and given valuable tips to students to make themselves corporate ready. Passion, positive attitude, communication, confidence, networking, team spirit are few traits, one should have to be a true professional. One should learn from failures and should come up with more courage to achieve the goals.

The programme started with by welcome address by Dr Director Management -Dr. Ajay Kumar. Prof. Durba Roy, Head CRC also shared her experience with these alumni’s and their batch mates.

The alumni members introduced themselves and shared their experiences, thoughts and shared their wisdom to help students to be able to groom themselves as per the corporate expectations.

To listen to alumni was a great experience for the students as it gave them a glimpse into how their lives could be after two years from now. It is a matter of pride for I.T.S to have graduated such prodigious students who are scaling new heights of success in their respective fields.

At the end of the session winners of Movie analysis session were awarded. Shubendu Upadyay and Prakriti Singh were awarded as first & second winners. They were felicitated by Dr Director Management -Dr. Ajay Kumar & Dr. V.N Bajpai- Chairperson PGDM Program.

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Session by Air Marshal P.K Roy during PGDM Orientation Program ASPIRATIONS 2018.

On July 11 2018, an industry Interaction Session on “Learning corporate lessons from Armed forces”was organized for the PGDM (2018-20) Batch.

The session was graced by the Honorable Director Management Prof (Dr.) Ajay Kumar and all the eminent faculty members of Management Department.

The Industry Expert for the session was Air Marshal P.K Roy.

The speaker enlightened students by the various warfare stories including the capture of “Bana top” and “Operation Rajiv”conducted at Siachen Glacier. The speaker also explained the extreme adverse climatic condition at Siachen Glacier with the help of Tropo sheet and Maps. He discussed about strong determination of our Jawans who are surviving and protecting our Mother land in such adverse conditions.

Speaker quoted various incidences where most difficult strategic decision were taken by Armed forces, be it Field marshal Sam Manekshaw - one of the most decorated officer of Indian army or be it General Patton- a Veteran officer of US Army.

In the end, Speaker concluded his session by discussing importance ofConfidence, physical fitness/ training, disciplined routine, selection of teammates wisely, strong determination and decisiveness, needed for successful career in corporate life.

The session was highly patriotic and informative.The student were highly motivated andthey learned the most important trait “Never Give Up” in life.

Towards the conclusion of the session, experts Speaker on board Air Marshal P K Roy was felicitated with the honorary membership of International Chamber of Professional Education and Industry (ICPEI) by Director Management, Prof. (Dr.) Ajay Kumar.

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Session by Dr. V.P Singh during PGDM Orientation ASPIRATIONS 2018

A highly interactive Industry Interaction of the students with Dr. V. P. Singh, Consultant Patanjali, was conducted on 10th July 2018, during PGDM orientation programme, ASPIRATIONS 2018.

In an extremely motivating interaction, speaker highlighted four ‘Mantras” for the students to strive for success in their lives. He stressed on the fact that the knowledge which students are gaining today will not be relevant after 10 years. Thus, the very first mantra of “Learnability” will always keep them updated. He inspired the students with his thoughts on “Learnability” and shared variety of examples of successful personalities to support his view point. He reinforced his point by sharing short videos and small stories. He talked about two books: “Good to Great” and “Great by Choice” and inspired the students to read these books. The second mantra he talked about was “Fanatic Discipline”. He supported his views stating that all successful persons are fanatically disciplined. He guided the students to remain disciplined. The next 10 years of their life is like crossing a busy road, where you have to watch both sides of the road for a safer reach. Dr. Singh shared the third mantra as “Empirical Creativity”. He elaborated the concept of creativity by sharing short stories and by describing characters from the video film. The fourth mantra described by Dr Singh was “Productive Paranoia”.

He stressed upon the concept of hyper vigilance and reinforced on the point to remain inquisitive and ask questions. For a continuous learning, he insisted on having a student mind-set throughout the life. Dr. Singh concluded the session by answering various questions raised by the students and for every question he had a supportive example or story to induce clarity to the concept.

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Friday Club Activity held at the Management Learning Centre.

The Friday Club activity for the 7th of September, 2018 involved Prof. C.K. Sabharwal addressing the faculty members on the topic “India: Imminent Changes round the Bend”.

Apart from the regular faculty members of the institute, Dr S.P. Mishra was also present as a special invitee.

Prof. Sabharwal started the session with the observation that it is a great thing for a country when citizens start thinking beyond themselves, something that was applicable for India right now. He also made the point that in order to look at the future, it is necessary to consider the past, providing a brief snapshot of India under the Mughals and the British.

Coming to the India of the present, Prof. Sabharwal mentioned the demographic dividend, which is obviously a major advantage for us compared to many other countries of the world.A pivotal moment was when in contrast to the pyramid suggested by C.K. Prahalad, Prof. Sabharwal stressed on the diamond as the middle class could be broken up into higher and lower income groups. The rich also included a global Indians segment, as evidenced by recent developments.

Among other notable mentions, Prof. Sabharwal spoke about women empowerment, a new mindset amidst the youth and emergence of small towns as major centers of growth.

At the same time, Prof. Sabharwal also cautioned against developments like intolerance, resistance to change, reservations, coalition failures, corruption, fading unity in diversity, and lack of transparency and diversity.

The session came to an end with remarks and observations by Prof. Manoj K. Jha and Dr Mishra. It was a fruitful session as everybody present had a glimpse of the possible future of the nation and the pitfalls involved.

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Corporate Talk Session by Mr. Amit Sharma for PGDM and MBA (2018-20) Batch

Department of Management at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized Corporate Talk on the topic “How your thinking impacts your future” on 7th September 2018 for PGDM and MBA (2018-20) Batch.

The guest speaker was Mr. Amit Sharma, Divisional Head-VRV Business at Daikin Air-conditioning India Pvt. Ltd.

He spoke against the confined thinking behind the dark walls of conservative skies, which advocates limits. Declining the beliefs and boundaries, he approved limitless beliefs.

He also spokes on Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) which according to him is an approach to communication and personal development.Mr. Sharma said that through NLP we create a connection between neurological processes (neuro-), language (linguistic) and behavioral patterns learned through experience (programming), and that these can be changed to achieve specific goals in life.

He explained that classic interaction in NLP can be understood in terms of several major stages including establishing rapport, gleaning information about a problem mental state and desired goals; using specific tools and techniques to make interventions, and integrating proposed changes into the client's life.

He demonstrated that the entire process is guided by the non-verbal responses of the audience. He took an exercise with the students, in which he established a rapport between himself and the students. Mr. Sharma assisted the students in achieving the desired outcomes by using certain tools and techniques to change internal representations and responses to the world.

At the end of the corporate lecture a special vote of thanks was proposed for a wonderful and interactive session.

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Workshop on”Export Import Procedure and Documentation” organised by RDC

The Research Development Cell (RDC) of Institute Of Technology And Science, Mohan Nagar organised a workshop on “Export Import Procedure and Documentation” for the PGDM and MBA 2nd Year students at the Dronacharya Auditorium on 7th of September 2018.

The speaker for the day was Prof. H.P. Singh, Project Director and Chief Consultant, NIESBUD.

Prof. Singh began by explaining why exports are important for any country. Specifically he pointed out the need and significance of exports for India. He went on to describe the different items that are exported from India, taking care to single out those items where India has managed to carve out a niche for itself. He also added instances from his own experience not only to emphasise the issue under discussion, but also to enthuse the students to take up the option of being involved in an exports based business.

In the latter part of the workshop, Prof. Singh spoke about the different kinds of documentation needed for an export business, indicating how and when several of them were required.

There was a question and answer session at the end where Prof. Singh addressed queries of the students on areas like Letters of Credit and the effects of the Rupee devaluation.

It was a very informative session where the final year students gained useful perspectives on the export business.

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