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FDP on "Communication and Management Skills at Workplace" attended by Prof. Shikha Aggarwal

Prof. Shikha Aggarwal, faculty of Department of Management participated and successfully completed 1- week Faculty Development Programme on "Communication and Management Skills at Workplace" organized by Electronics & ICT (E&ICT) Academy of IIT- Guwahati, in association with Bapatla Engineering College, Andhra Pradesh and EarlyRise during March 14 - 19, 2022. 


The resource person for the entire faculty development programme was MS. Neha Maheshwari, The FDP course was of total 40 hours expanded over one week. The sessions were planned in morning and evening slots. The objective of the FDP was:

·         To develop skills to ask questions.

·         To Develop skills in listening actively and empathetically to others

·         To Learn what their non-verbal messages are convey others

·         To Enhance their ability to handle difficult situations

·         To Deal with situations assertively

·         To Identify common communication problems that may hold employees back

The resource person focused on developing assertive and persuasive communication and also highlighted the importance of such communication in the workplace. It also emphasized upon recognize different styles of communication and howto improve understanding and build rapport with others. The resource person also reflected on different methods of communication and how one can recognize and choose the best way/ method to go forward in communication. Importance of non- verbal communication was emphasized and effective message formulation was also explained in a very comprehensive manner.

The assessment of the workshop was based on daily post- session quizzes and assignments shared in Google classroom. Lastly, a case study-based project work was to be submitted for final evaluation. The workshop was very insightful and engaging.

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Spiritual session on the topic "Self-Exploration"

I.T.S Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar organized a spiritual session on the topic "Self-Exploration" on 16.03.2022


at Management Learning Centre, AB-IV from 2:30 to 3:30 pm. The objective of the session was to find the answers of questions like; Who am I?, Why am I?, What is the purpose of life?, How someone can balance emotions?,  What is nature?, What is the true success?, What is God? And how one can attain the Ultimate Happiness in Life?, What is Mind? How to differentiate between Mind and Brain?, What is Consciousness?, How can someone become Conscious about himself/herself? During the session Dr. V.N. Bajpai gave insight about importance of Spiritual knowledge in day to day life, he also emphasized that one should not have ego about anything like; money, knowledge or wealth.

Dr. Bajpai gave references of various Sanskrit Shlokas to make his thought more relevant and effective to the audience.

The session was very interactive & full of wisdom. Dr. Bajpai also answered the questions raised by Dr. Ashish Jha & other participants. The Session was ended with a very motivational story about the God's Mercy told by Dr. Sanjeev Tandon.

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Industrial Visit to Mother Dairy by PGDM (2020-22) participants

I.T.S School of Management provided with an opportunity of industrial visit to “Mother Dairy” for participants of PGDM (2021-23) Batch on 15th March 2022.


Participants at Mother Dairy were greeted by Mother dairy staff by offering delicious flavoured milk. Then they were taken to a seminar hall where discussions and overall knowledge about the history and working model was explained to the students. After that a presentation related to the advertisements, why milk is necessary to be consumed was explained. It was also explained that how there are around ten steps to be followed to test the quality of milk is right or not, which is a three hour process. The session was full of knowledge and learning where participants raised their queries related to various functional aspects at mother dairy. The queries were answered very effectively.

Then the students were taken to the logistics area to get a better understanding about the working of the equipments and the processing of milk to convert it into other dairy products, such as cheese, curd, paneer, ice-cream and their other products. Students were then taken to the area where solar panels were used to heat water for industrial usage.

At the end of this visit participants were offered with ice-creams, mother dairy information leaflet and gift as a token of remembrance. Overall, the session was very enriching and full of learning for the participants.

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Alumni talk- "Career guidance in the field of Finance" for PGDM (2021-23) Participants

I.T.S School of Management organized an Alumni talk for participants of PGDM (2021-23) Batch on the topic "Career Guidance in the field of Finance" on March 12th, 2022.


The talk was delivered by the esteemed guest, Mr. Mukesh Singhal, Vice President, Barclays Bank and alumnus of Institute of Technology and Science, PGDM (2006-08) Batch. He is a skilled professional with 14+ years of broad experience in stress testing, risk analytics, data management, and market research in the Barclays Bank.

The session started with welcome address by Dr. V.N Bajpai. Thereafter, Mr. Mukesh Singhal initiated the talk by sharing his views on mutual funds. He further discussed about investment banking, stock market risk management and personal wealth management. He also discussed about the negotiation skills a person needs to learn in life. He further talked about the challenges he faced during his internship and the journey of his career. He invited students to make the session interactive and ask their doubts related to Finance and their career in it.

He concluded his thoughts by giving three key points every student should always keep in mind with respect to their career i.e. willingness to learn, hard work and self- belief. It was a very interactive session and the participants raised several questions which were answered by Mr. Mukesh Singhal and the students were satisfied with it. Session concluded with the presentation of memento to the guest as a token of gratitude and remembrance by PGP Chair Dr. Anusha Agarwal. Overall, the session was very enriching and full of learning for the participants.

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PGDM students participated and won the prize in the fest “Scintilla2022”

I.T.S School Of Management has always motivated its students to participate in various inter college activities. To take this ideology forward various students from PGDM 21-23 batch participated in the fest “Scintilla2022” organized by Jaipuria Institute of Business on 12 March, 2022.

Total 18 students participated in 3 events: -

·         2 teams ( Team 1 comprising of Shivangi, Suhani, Arpan, Akanksha and Nandini  and Team 2 comprising of Shobhit , Kunal, Prashant,Tarushi and Utkarsh) from the institute participated in Ad Mad show.

·         1 team of 8 members namely, Kunal, Prashant, Ankit, Akash, Animesh, Divyanshi, Priyanshi and Deepika showed great enthusiasm in NukkadNatak.

·         1 participant (Neetu Chaudhry) participated in Solo dance.

All these events helped the students to gain confidence and reduce stage fear. It was a great learning experience for all.

Out of 2 teams in Ad Mad show, one team secured 2nd position.

Shobhit , Kunal, Prashant,Tarushi and Utkarsh  from PGDM 21-23 were the members of winning team.

All the members of winning team were rewarded with certificates and trophies along with the cash prize .

Participation certificates were given to all the other participants.

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Cultural Club’ Activity “Cultural Holi Haat - 2022” Competition for PGDM Participants

Vibgyor – The Cultural Club of I.T.S School of Management, Ghaziabad organized “Cultural Holi Haat - 2022” Competition for PGDM participants on 11th March, 2022. The Event was inaugurated with the Lamp-Lightening of Maa Saraswati by Dr. V.N. Bajpai, Dr. Anusha Agarwal, Dr. D.K. Pandey, Prof. Durba Roy & Prof. Shikha Arora.

In the Event Competitions were organized in following 5 Categories;

1.      Best Stall (Main Competition)

2.      Star Performer in Cultural Dance (Ms. Neeti Chaudhary was the winner)

3.      Star Performer in Cultural Singing (Mr. Utkarsh Sharma was the winner)

4.      Star Performer in Poetry/Gazal Writing (Mr. Surendra Srivastava was the winner)

5.      Star Performer in Standup Comedy. (Mr. Kunal & Mr. Ankit Jha were the winners)

 The Best Stall competition was Judged By Dr. Anusha Agarwal & Prof. Yacchna Malhotra, And Winner of this competition was Stall No.-5 of the participants Mr. Surendra Srivastava, Mr. Akash, Mr. Aryan & Ms. Priyanshi. Whereas First Runner-up was Stall No.-7 of the participants Ms. Amrita Singh, Ms. Baishnabi Behra, Ms. Laxmi Pandey, Ms. Manisha Kumari & Ms. Sara Jain. And the Second Runner-up was stall No.-11 of Mr. Shivam, Ms. Ankita Singh, Ms. Nitu Pandey, Mr. Ankit Jha, Mr. Awanish Mishra.

Dance & Singing Competitions were judged by Prof. Ritika & Prof. Shilpi. And Standup Comedy & Poetry/Gazal writing competition was judged by Prof. Mayank & Prof. Yacchna.

All the Winners were Awarded with Trophies & Certificates.

The event was successfully organized by the members of Cultural Club; Mr. Shobhit, Ms. Mahima, Ms. Divyanshi, Ms. Rupali, Mr. Utkarsh, Ms. Garima, Mr. Bhuvneshwar, Ms. Sandhya, Ms. Sakshi & Ms. Shruti.

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PGDM (2021-23) Batch participants attended virtual Session on 'Women & Digital Economy: Atmanirbhar Nari, Atmanirbhar Bharat’

PGDM (2021-23) Batch participants of I.T.S School of management namely Rupali, Manvi, Sonali, Amrita, Rima, Sonal, Komal, Sneha, Anubhi and Niharika attended FICCI's International Women's Day Programme titled "Women & Digital Economy: Atmanirbhar Nari, Atmanirbhar Bharat" organized byFICCI Young Leaders Forum, jointly with Amazon Indiaon March 9, 2022.


The event aimed to increase the awareness around equitable access to e-commerce for women entrepreneurs and barriers that hamper their participation in national and global trade. Mr Shashwat Goenka, Chair, FICCI Young Leaders Forum & Sector Head - Retail & FMCG, RP - Sanjiv Goenka Group, delivered the welcome address.

Addressing the virtual session, Ms Smriti Irani, Union Minister for Women & Child Development, Government of India said that female founders of a company get 35 per cent fewer opportunities to get funding than male cofounders. Ms Irani stated that out of the four and a half lakh jobs that have prospered in the country only on the basis of information technology, 50 per cent are women.

Speaking in a conversation with Mr Neeraj Singh, Chair, FICCI Young Leaders Forum, Uttar Pradesh, on the opportunities as a result of the amalgamation of technology and marketplaces, Ms Irani said that COVID-19 had taught us that technology has been well received and is productively engaged with on a day-to-day basis in the rural landscape. Ms Irani further stated that nearly 55 per cent or about 23 crore - out of 44 crore bank accounts - were women-owned. She said that India recorded transactions worth Rs 21 lakh crores into the citizens' bank accounts through the DBT scheme. "Imagine the purchasing power that you have enhanced in the country by just this one transfer," she said. 

Manish Tiwary, Country Manager, India Consumer Business, Amazon India, said, "This year's International Women's Day theme 'break the bias' asks us all to take action and create a level playing field for women. It is inspiring to see how women entrepreneurs across India are leveraging digitisation, and e-commerce, in particular, to create products customers love and build scalable businesses that have a meaningful impact on society. We are honoured to be a catalyst in their journey and constantly strive to help them leverage e-commerce to create and accelerate their businesses online and transform their livelihoods."  

Mr Navneet Sehgal, Additional Chief Secretary, I&PR, MSME Department and Khaadi Gram Udyog, Government of Uttar Pradesh, stated that ensuring a sense of security and comfort for women to go out and work anytime is a priority for the government. He highlighted other steps that the government of Uttar Pradesh has taken to strengthen women's entrepreneurship. These included handing over mid-day meals to women SHGs; 58,000 women working as banking correspondent Sakhi, and handover of ration shops to women SHGs in villages. Mr Sehgal also stated that the women entrepreneurs under the UP's ODOP programme had been connected to online eCommerce platforms like Amazon, eBay and Flipkart.

Overall it was a very stimulating and motivating session for all the participants.


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Dr. Rajeev Johari delivered session on “Creation the Space of Entrepreneurship”

Dr. Rajeev Johri delivered session on Creation the space of Entrepreneurship on 9th March 2022 at Trinity Institute of Professional Studies-TIPS, Dwarka, Delhi affiliated with G.G.S.I.P. University, Delhi. 


The purpose of the session was to acquaint participants on how to explore an idea and convert it into successful implementation. The session was attended by students of undergraduate final year of B.Com and B.B.A. The session was very interactive with orientation on new thoughts and tips for making a successful journey for Entrepreneurs. The basic issue of the session of idea generation was how to tackle business plan, financial model and breakeven analysis. Different points were discussed with latest examples of existing products and services of startups and young innovators in different sectors of entrepreneurship. Vibrant students and faculty members raised intelligent queries during the session and also after the session.

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Workshop on “Financial Models in Project Selection” for PGDM participants

I.T.S school of Management organized an internal workshop for participants of PGDM (2021-2023)

undertaking the elective course in Project Management on the topic “Financial Models in Project Selection” on March 8,2022.

The workshop was taken by Dr. Vinay Kumar Srivastava, Associate Professor and Area Head (Finance). The workshop focussed on discussion of capital budgeting methods. Dr. Vinay explained discounting methods like NPV (Net Present Value), Profitability Index and IRR (Internal rate of return) used for project selection. He took numerical examples for better understanding and made the participants attempt the same. He also discussed non discounting methods like Pay back period for selecting a project. He answered all the queries of the participants to their satisfaction.

Overall, the session was very informative and insightful.

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Research Convention 2022 - Informal Economy: The Invisible Hand

The Institute of Technology & Science, Ghaziabad organized the fourth edition of Research Convention-2022 on the emerging and key theme of ‘Informal Economy: The Invisible Hand’ on 05th March, 2022.

This one day Convention was organized under the aegis of Institution’s Innovation Council (IIC), MIC-MoE and MSME. The convention witnessed a huge participation from industry and academia along with the students.

The event began with the auspicious lamp lighting ceremony and invocation of Goddess Saraswati. The convention commenced with the enriching address by Shri Arpit Chadha, Vice Chairman, I.T.S - The Education Group. He warmly welcomed all the eminent speakers and shared his valuable insights on the emergent theme of the convention, its role and importance to the Indian economy and involvement of youth to drive it coming years. He emphasised participants to take maximum learning from the deliberations of all the experts and practitioners to be shared across various sessions.

Prof. (Dr.) V.N Bajpai, Director Management presented the welcome address where he introduced the theme of the convention and shared his viewpoints on the informal economy and its relevance in today’s scenario. Dr. Rajeev Johari, Convenor provided the overview of the convention and the program flow.

The Inaugural session was graced by Mr. Anil Patni, Team Leader EU Policy and Outreach Project (India & France) as Chief Guest, Mr. Rahul Sharma, Managing Director, APCO World Wide and Dr. Rajat Kathuria, Professor & Dean, Shiv Nadar University, Former Director and Chief Executive Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER).

Mr. Anil Patni, Team Leader EU Policy and Outreach Project (India & France), Chief Guest of the convention deliberated upon the importance of Informal Economy as being informal doesn’t means non-existent, and importantly it has a major part to play in GDP.

Mr. Rahul Sharma, Managing Director, APCO World Wide, as the keynote speaker expressed his thoughts over the emergent ‘Knowledge Economy’ giving its way to the gig economy wherein technology has proved to be the major enabler.

Dr. Rajat Kathuria, Professor & Dean, Shiv Nadar University, Former Director and Chief Executive Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER), was the other keynote speaker who expressed concern over greater urbanisation and new characteristics of the city and its people who do not prefer to own assets.

The session was quite interactive as participants asked many relevant questions and the eminent speakers answered them to their satisfaction. At the end of the inaugural session, Dr. V.N Bajpai presented virtual plaques to all the honorable speakers as a token of remembrance and gratitude.

The first panel discussion involved Mr. S. K. Gautam, CEO, UDYAM; Mr. Ramanan Ramanathan , Former Additional Secretary NITI Ayog, New Delhi; Dr. Raj Agarwal, Professor and Director, CME-AIMA, New Delhi; Mr. Anand Mirani, Director & Lead Advisor, Simplus Exim & Corporate Advisory LLP;and Ms. Hanadi Khalife, Senior Director- IMA, Middle East, Africa & India Operations.

Mr SK Gautam initiated proceedings by speaking about “Informal Economy & Invisible Hand”. He shared data on the Indian government’s  contribution to the startup ecosystem, also taking time to stress upon women entrepreneurship and their contribution to Indian economy.

Dr Raj Agarwal emphasised upon the collaboration between academia and industry for promoting an environment of entrepreneurship. He also spoke about the culture of entrepreneurship during the course of the globalisation, privatisation and liberalisation process.

Mr. Anand Mirani started his deliberation with a story of ants and stressed upon becoming butterfly in the times to come. He hoped that students would take the chance to explore possibilities. He highlighted entrepreneurial attitude, adaptability to change and VUCA world through various examples.

Mr. Ramanan Ramanathan stressed on various features of the Atal innovation mission along with the demographic dividend being exploited by India. He shared examples and quotations of Steve Job, Dr A.P.J Abdul Kalam and Swami Vivekananda to reinforce his concepts on innovations, creativity and entrepreneurship.

Panel Discussion 1 ended with the vote of thanks by Dr V.N. Bajpai and sharing of Plaque of Honor to all the panel members.

The second panel discussion included Mr Surendra Nath, IAS, Former Secretary, Govt. of India; Dr Vipin Kumar, Director and Chief Information Officer, National Innovation Foundation, DST, Govt. of India; Prof. Birendra Kumar, Dr Rajendra Prasad Agriculture Central University Bihar; Mr Ashwinder R. Singh, CEO, Bhartiya Urban; Dr Sanjeev Kumar Saxena, Assam University; and Mr Ankur Bisen, Senior Partner, Technopak Advisors.

Mr. Surendra Nath initiated the session by explaining the background of informal economy; how to increase the productivity of the informal economy; the working population of the country, core issues of employment & productivity; and how 40 crore people are engaged in different industries of which 20 crore in agriculture, 8 crore in construction, 5 crore in forestry, 4 crore in hotels, 2 crore in animal husbandry and 1 crore in handicrafts.

Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Saxena discussed about the resilience of the hospitality industry in Covid-19, including how the industry coped with revenue downfall because of foreign restriction and lockdowns. He further discussed how they have planned the strategic approach during the pre and post pandemic era.

Mr. Ashwinder R Singh expressed his views about the role of technology in the real estate sector and how residential real estate has grown in the last couple of years during the pandemic. He further explained some of the challenges for the real estate industry, such as the low rental rates.

Mr. Vipin Kumar discussed about the startups in the services sector and how they have grown into unicorns in a very short time. He went on to talk about employment generation with startups and experimentations in the food industry.

Mr. Ankur Bisen highlighted the importance of the informal economy in pandemic and how society needs to invest more in defining the informal economy. He also addressed issues like quality of employment, human rights, lack of framework in informal economy and economic growth of India.

Panel Discussion II was then concluded with the presentation of a virtual plaque of honour as a token of gratitude.

Overall the various sessions of the convention were very lively and instructive for all present. Students gained a variety of insights which are expected to broaden there horizons while also apprising them about opportunities coming up in a growing job market.

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