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  • 24 Nov 2018
    I.T.S ALUMNI MEET of Management Courses (PGDM, PGDM -RM, MBA & BBA) on Saturday, 24th November, 2018 at I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad

    ALUMNI MEET- 2018 of Management Courses (PGDM, PGDM -RM, MBA & BBA) on Saturday, 24th November, 2018 at I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad

    Dear Esteemed Alumni members,
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    ALUMNI MEET- 2018 of Management Courses (PGDM, PGDM -RM, MBA & BBA) on Saturday, 24th November, 2018 at I.T.S Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad

    Dear Esteemed Alumni members,
    I.T.S Ghaziabad

    We are pleased to invite you to Sansamaran -2018, I.T.S Alumni Meet of Management Courses (PGDM, PGDM-RM, MBA & BBA) scheduled to be held on Saturday, 24th November, 2018 from 05.30 pm onward.

    We invite you all with your spouse & kids and request you to kindly Confirm your participation through following Link:

    https://goo.gl/forms/qaAJ0KYzBJobmBIp2

    We request you to kindly extend this invitation to your batchmates and alumni friends with whom you might be in contact.

    Let it also be an occasion for socialization, networking and living up the past, once again.

    We shall be eagerly waiting for confirmation about your participation.

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  • 11 Nov 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    The Diwali weekend is barely over, when the 14th of November is already beckoning. Children’s Day, or ??? ???? , is round the corner, and Parivartan took due note of the same. &lsqu... read detail

    The Diwali weekend is barely over, when the 14th of November is already beckoning. Children’s Day, or ??? ???? , is round the corner, and Parivartan took due note of the same. ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme organized at Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized an activity on 11th November, 2018. The volunteers for the day were Hitesh Sharma, Abhay Gupta and Nagesh Tiwari.

     

    Nagesh began the day’s session by highlighting the significance of Children’s Day. He discussed the various facets of the life of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, India’s first Prime Minister, who also held the post for the longest period. He referred to Pt. Nehru’s education and family background, his writings and of course, his love for children. As expected, the children were aware of some these facts.

     

    Continuing with the theme for the day, Hitesh then delved into child rights and why they are important. In this context he explained the role of the UNICEF and its activities for children around the world.

     

    A quiz was then held to test all that the children learnt during the day. Those who answered correctly were given a pack of Frooti.

     

    Finally the day drew to a close with the distribution of "Bikano Aloo Bhujia" and "Orange Bite" toffees among the children. Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

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  • 04 Nov 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme of Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, organized Activity on 4th Nove... read detail

    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme of Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, organized Activity on 4th November, 2018. There are only a few days left for Diwali. Naturally it was a time to celebrate the Festival of Lights at Parivartan.

     

    Prof. Lokesh Upreti started off the day explaining why it was necessary to behave responsibly while bursting crackers on the occasion of Diwali. The children were well aware of the problems posed by such celebrations. Prof. Upreti also referred to the various kinds of pollution being generated from this bursting of crackers.

     

    Then Hitesh began with the first session of the day. He traced out the origins of cracker bursting to the deserts of Rajasthan. He went on to describe the different types of crackers. Next he introduced the concept of green crackers, as mandated by the recent judgement of the Supreme Court, and discussed why these are beneficial for the environment. Prof. Upreti then involved the students in demonstrating the proper and safe method of lighting crackers.

     

    Yogesh then interacted with the students on the significance of observing Diwali. He also used the opportunity to point out that Diwali is celebrated not only by Hindus, but also other communities like Sikhs and Jain to mark the release of Guru Har Gobind Singh by the Mughals, and Mahavir attaining Nirvana, respectively.

     

    Last but not the least, a Rapid fire quiz round was held to test the knowledge acquired by the children. The 4 winners were awarded with a special "Natraj Stationary Gift Pack" each.

    The day came to an end with the distribution of laddoos, Frooti and Mango Bite Toffees among the children.

     

    Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

     

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  • 03 Nov 2018
    Corporate Talk Session by Ms. Madhusmita Aggarwal for PGDM and MBA

     

    Department of Management I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized Corporate Talk on 03rd November, 2018 for PGDM and MBA (2018-20) Batch.

     

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    Department of Management I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized Corporate Talk on 03rd November, 2018 for PGDM and MBA (2018-20) Batch.

     

    The guest speaker was Ms. Madhusmita Aggarwal Director-Quality and HSE with THALES India Pvt Ltd. She was awarded with “50 Most Impactful Quality Professionals” by World Quality Congress.

    Ms. Aggarwal shared her own experiences how and why you can no longer just rely on the old formulas. She emphasized that it was not the results but attitude that leads to sustainable success. She explained the various dimensions of the work culture of corporate sectors.

     

    She said that there is no substitute to hard work .She inspired them by her words of wisdom “Not to give up, Believe in yourself and have faith in God.” She said that you might have to start from scratch even after lot of hard work but never give up. There were also obstacles along the way. But with each small step they can be overcome. There were frustrations, fears, uncertainties and hardships but with each small step with focus on the desired destination it can be conquered. Success is no mystery. It takes positive attitude and determination to succeed.

    Ms. Aggarwal explained in detail about the various attributes of successful professional such as drive, communication skills and technical skills. She advocated taking risk and speaking for self with belief. At the end of the corporate lecture, a special vote of thanks was given to her.

     

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  • 03 Nov 2018
    Industrial Visit to Mother Dairy Plant for PGDM

    Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, organized an industrial visit to the Mother Dairy plant for students of PGDM First Year on the 3rd of November, 2... read detail

    Department of Management at I.T.S Ghaziabad, organized an industrial visit to the Mother Dairy plant for students of PGDM First Year on the 3rd of November, 2018.

    Mr. R.P.R Pillai met the group at the Mother Dairy Plant. The students were first provided a brief introduction to areas like how milk differs as a commodity compared to others, the history of milk production in India, specially from the fifties (including references to the White Revolution), the composition of milk, the technicalities of producing different varieties of milk, the costs involved, the cooperative movement for milk in India, the market composition for milk, etc. The session was conducted in an interactive manner by Mr. Pillai, encouraging the students to speak out and ask questions. He also discussed how Mother Dairy came into existence, the scale of its operations, products offered, and so on.

    Next the students were taken on a tour of the plant. First they were taken to the production section where Mr. Pillai pointed out the details of the processes. Then everybody proceeded to the logistics section where the receiving of the inputs and the dispatch of the products is carried out.

    It was an informative visit where the students came to know a lot about the milk sector in the country.

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  • 28 Oct 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    The warm wintry rays of the setting sun heralded the onset of a new season. As if on cue, Parivartan also returned to its ‘normal’ sessions after ... read detail

    The warm wintry rays of the setting sun heralded the onset of a new season. As if on cue, Parivartan also returned to its ‘normal’ sessions after successive weeks of celebrations.

     

    The session was started by Aru Bansal, who explained to the students why "pronouns" were needed in grammar. He took pains to clarify how nouns and pronouns were related to one another, and yet different. Next he discussed the different kinds of pronouns, taking care to ensure that the Hindi nomenclature could be followed by the children. He also used examples to illustrate the use of each such type of pronoun.

    The next session involved Shiksha and Abhay, conducting a quiz for testing the knowledge of the children vis-a-vis the last few classes. As usual, those who answered correctly were rewarded with Ball pens.

    The day ended with the distribution of "Haldiram Mixture Namkeen" and "Mango Bite Toffees" among the children. Dr. Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti guided the volunteers in the conduct of the program as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

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  • 27 Oct 2018
    FDP on NLP by Dr. Sangeet Sharma

    Dr. Sangeet Sharma, a renowned Neuro Linguistic Programme trainer conducted a Faculty Development Programme on 27th October, 2018.

     

    He started with the basics and ne... read detail

    Dr. Sangeet Sharma, a renowned Neuro Linguistic Programme trainer conducted a Faculty Development Programme on 27th October, 2018.

     

    He started with the basics and need of NLP training and motivated the faculty that nothing is impossible in life. He also shared some well structured techniques of NLP that could make us get rid of various phobias and frustrations. He shared the names of the books titled ‘Unlimited Power’ and ‘Awaken the Giant Within’ by Anthony Robbins and assured the students that these books can bring a revolution and change lives.

     

    He also discussed that how one can control his/her anger and can control his senses. He talked about the series of events in everyone’s life and discussed that if one is able to control the event beforehand then he can easily achieve the heights in his carrier.

     

    He ends his session by discussing the technique which can increase the memory of a person. The sessions were warmly received and appreciated by one and all. Prof. Nitin Saxena was the faculty coordinator for these sessions.

     

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  • 27 Oct 2018
    Utthan Activity “Beti Bachao, Beti Padao”

    27th October, 2018 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad celebrated “INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR GIRL CHILD” with a practical session in Computer Labs and Quiz ... read detail

    27th October, 2018 activity of Utthan Lab, a CSR initiative of ITS, Ghaziabad celebrated “INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR GIRL CHILD” with a practical session in Computer Labs and Quiz Competition. Activity started the day with the brief on the day’s activities and the competition.

     

    The talk of the day was on “Beti Bachao Beti Padao” during which the comparison of the past and the present was made. Importance of girl child in society and home was discussed. It was discussed that girls are no longer behind the male child. Even females are achieving good position in corporate and society.

     

    The second session of the day was a practical session in the computer labs. The children were taken to Lab 5 and Lab 6 where the task was to search and explore important office bearers of the central Government of India. Also students learn how to use tools like bold, underline, text colour and highlight in MS WORD.

     

    The children entered the designations into Google and read the details on Wikipedia. They mainly searched for the Finance Minister, Defence Minister, President, Vice President and the Prime Minister of India. They also browsed about the Chief Minister of UP.

     

    The last session of the day was a Quiz Competition during which all the children were asked to answer 10 questions on general knowledge. And small kids showed their talent in Poem recitation. More than 30 little competitors were chosen as winners of fabulous prizes like Stationary kits and pencil boxes and were felicitated by Director Management Sir- Dr. Ajay Kumar and Prof. Nitin Saxena.

     

    The activity concluded with the snacks and the cold drinks served to all. All the children were gifted with Biscuits, Chips and Namkeens.

     

    Prof. Nitin Saxena guided the volunteers and enjoyed the activity as the faculty coordinator of Utthan Club.

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  • 21 Oct 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    It does not usually happen that there are two successive ‘special’ days at Parivartan. Apparently, this October is an exception. After celebrating the International Day of the... read detail

    It does not usually happen that there are two successive ‘special’ days at Parivartan. Apparently, this October is an exception. After celebrating the International Day of the Girl Child last week, it was time again to commemorate the just concluded Dussehra on the 19th of this month. And Parivartan was going to do it in style – through games with coveted prizes for the children.

     

    The volunteers for the day were Ankit Pal, Shaswat Sinha, Priyanshi Gupta, Anchal Omar, Nagesh Tiwari, Rahul Gupta, Shreya Acharya, Disha Saraswat, and Chhavi Chaudhary.

     

    Dr. Indraneel Mandal began by explaining to the students the symbolic importance of Dusshera, which celebrates the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana, the King of Lanka. When prodded by Dr Mandal, the children spoke of how it symbolized the ultimate victory of Good over Evil. Dr. Mandal referred to events in Lord Rama’s life to explain why it was important to be good, even though it is not always the easier option. The volunteers, led by Ankit, Shaswat, and Priyanshi conducted two games – Passing The Parcel and Musical Chairs. Three winners each were identified in both the games, with one group receiving a bat-ball set each as a prize, while each of the other group was presented with a toy pistol set.

     

    Later Anchal held an impromptu quiz to test the knowledge of the children, both regarding the Ramayana and the previous day’s class. Those who answered correctly received a toffee.

     

    The day ended with the distribution of Good Day Biscuits and Mango Bite Toffees among the children. Dr Indraneel Mandal accompanied and motivated the student volunteers. Prof. Lokesh Upreti planned the activity and guided the volunteers in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan.

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  • 14 Oct 2018
    ‘Parivartan’ – The Slum Education Programme

    There are important days on the Parivartan calendar. And then there is a day like the International Day for the Girl Child.

     

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    There are important days on the Parivartan calendar. And then there is a day like the International Day for the Girl Child.

     

    The most important presence in the day’s programme was our Director Management Prof (Dr) Ajay Kumar, who graced the occasion considering its significance.

     

    The day’s programme started with Prof. Lokesh Upreti highlighting the importance of observing 11th of October as the International Day for the Girl Child. He stressed on why gender equality was necessary for a truly modern 21st century.

     

    An interesting aspect of the day’s celebrations was that the children created their own slogans in support of the girl child. Speaking of slogans, Beti Bachao Beti Padao was again under the microscope – while importance of the second part was not lost on the children, they were not so sure about the first part viz., Beti Bachao. Most could figure out what the girl child had to be protected from. Some thought they needed protection from the boys; others were aware of the dangers to which girls were exposed. One enterprising child, however, managed to hit the hammer on the nail – the occurrence of female foeticide.

     

    In the next part of the programme, Jhalak, Samina, Anu, Radhika and Anchal each spoke about female icons and achievers from our nation – Indira Gandhi, P.T. Usha, Kalpana Chawla, Rani Laxmibai of Jhansi, and others. A quiz was held at the end to evaluate the children’s understanding.

     

    The occasion was graced by two special invitees – Ms. Babita Papnai and Ms. Karuna Rawat – primary school teachers from nearby areas. They enlightened the children through a session on ‘Good Touch and Bad Touch’. It was a very interesting interaction that turned out to be an eye opener for the children.


    In the final session of the day children were randomly selected to come forward and give extempore speeches on the topic ‘My Mother’. The session was judged by Director Sir and the top three speakers were selected by him. Together with the three winners from the earlier quiz session, they received Cadbury’s Celebration Packs as prizes.

     

    At last the day came to an end with the distribution of Britannia Butter bite Biscuits and Mango Bite Toffees among the children. There was a photo session with the Director Management sir of the prize winners and the volunteers. The student members were understandably very motivated with the presence of Director Management Sir.

     

    Prof. Lokesh Upreti accompanied and motivated the student volunteers, and guided them in the conduct of the programme as the faculty coordinator of CSR Club - Parivartan

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