Faculty Participation

23-12-21

Management faculty invited as a Guest

Management faculty, Prof. Shilpi Rana was invited as a Guest in the Valedictory Session of a 2-day "National Conference" on Atma Nirbhar Bharat - Opportunities & Challenges, organised by IIMT College of Management, Greater Noida on 23rd December, 2021.

 

The session witnessed 200 above participants from Management background including Faculty members, Research Scholars and students. The session was full of enthusiasm & Zeal among participants to present their research papers during the Conference.

It was a pleasure being invited as Guest to present the awards to the winners. Overall It was a wonderful learning experience. The Faculty is Grateful to the Management of I.T.S Ghaziabad for giving such opportunities and to be a part of such events for self exploration and learning.

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22-12-21

Dr. Rajeev Johari attended National Seminar at MPISSR, Ujjain

Dr Rajeev Johari, faculty of I.T.S School of Management, Ghaziabad attended the National Seminar on “Environmental Issues and Present Society: Challenges and Possibilities for its Preservation and Restoration” during 21-22 December, 2021 at MPISSR, Ujjain, M.P.

Dr Johari presented his paper on “Environment Accounting – Scope for welfare and Sustainability from the levels of Corporate and Nation” in the third plenary session of the Seminar. He co-chaired the second plenary session also in the seminar in which there were four presenters who discussed on themes like - Ecosystem in the era of Anthropocene- health of coastal oceans, Environmental and pollution management: A case study of Gujarat Dairy Cooperatives, Plastic waste management- Mission ‘impossible” or I am possible and politics of development and tribals- ecology in Narmada valley. There were six plenary sessions in the seminar. Prof. G K Sharma, President, MPISSR, Ujjain chaired the session followed by Prof. Yatindra Singh Sisodia, Director, MPISSR who delivered the welcome address of the dignitaries of the dais and the floor of the house.  Shri Vibhash Upadhyay, Vice President, Madhya Preadesh Jan Abhiyan Parishad  addressed the session as a chief guest of the day followed by Padam  Bhibhushan Dr. anil Prakash Joshi, Environmentalist, Green Activist, and the Founder of Himalayan Environmental Studies and Conservation Organization (HESCO) delivered the keynote address. Dr Manu Gautam shared overview of the seminar and program schedule for two days and at the end he concluded the session with his vote of thanks.

The seminar was conducted on different issues of the environment as climate change, soil erosion and conservation and restoration of water, air, gas, soil, and environment in the society. The issues of safety parameters, control, monitor and check the system of the environmental were discussed in two days. The seminar concluded with take aways like  draw a line between vikas and vinas, change the mind set of human being and to save environment for future growth and security of the nation.    

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18-12-21

22nd World Education Summit & Awards, Higher Education 2021

Dr. Anusha Agarwal and Prof. Yachna Malhotra from I.T.S School of Management attended two days 22nd World Education Summit & Awards, Higher Education 2021, Delhi organized by Elets Technomedia on 17th and 18th December,2021.

 

Day 1: the Inaugural Session started with the addresses by Sh. Rajesh Aggarwal, Secretary, Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Government of India , Dr. Anil D. Sahasrabudhe, Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Prof K. K. Agarwal, Chairman, National Board of Accreditation (NBA) Prof. M.P. Poonia, Vice Chairman, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Prof. V. Ramgopal Rao, Director, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, (IIT Delhi) Dr. Madhu Chitkara, Pro Chancellor, Chitkara University, Punjab & H.P Raghav Gupta, Managing Director, India & APAC Coursera. The speakers discussed about the various highlights of National Education Policy 2020 and its impact on Higher Education.

The first panel session had following Panelist: Dr. Indrajit Bhattacharya, Director, National Accreditation Board for Education and Training (NABET), Quality Council of India (Moderator) Prof. V Ramgopal Rao , Director, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, (IIT Delhi) Prof. Prem Vrat, Chairman, Board of Governors, IIT(ISM) Dhanbad & Pro Chancellor, The North Cap University, Gurugram,  Prof. Dr. Mangesh Karad, Executive President & Vice Chancellor, MIT-ADT University. The session had great discussions on Research based and Education based institutes and how institutes and faculty members can collaborate to strengthen research in higher education.

Day 2 started with the Panel Discussion session one on the theme” Using Digital Technology to Promote Higher Education Learning and Encouraging Engagement of Students”. The expert  Panelist were Prof. Atul Khosla, Founder and Vice Chancellor, Shoolini University, Solan (Moderator) Prof. Rajat Moona, Director, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bhilai Prof. Mahesh Chandra Govil, Director, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Sikkim Prof. Vishnu Priye, Director, Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Ranchi Prof. S. C. Garg, Pro Chancellor, Usha Martin University, Ranchi Prof. (Dr.) Sanjay Gupta, Vice Chancellor , World University of Design, Haryana Dr. Sendil Kumar. B, Dean and Director-Health Sciences, Vinayaka Missions Research Foundation-DU. All the speakers emphasized on role of digitalization in higher education and future of blended learning.

The Panel session 2 had the keynote address by Prof. Rajive Kumar, Member Secretary, All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE)  on the focal theme Upskilling and Reskilling students to make them competitive for future workforce. The other panelist were Dr. Jitendra Mishra, Director, Jaipuria School of Business, Ghaziabad (Moderator) Dr. Jamshed Bharucha, Founding Vice Chancellor, Sai University, Chennai Prof. (Dr.) A. K. Bakhshi, Vice Chancellor, PDM University, Bahadurgarh Prof. (Dr.) M. M. Goel, Vice Chancellor, Starex University, Gurugram Prof. (Dr.) Parvinder Singh, Vice Chancellor, Rayat Bahra University, Mohali Mr. Sunil Sood, Chief Business Officer – Executive Education, Times Professional Learning. The session delivered great insights on various methods and reforms to upskill and reskill students to enhance their employability.

Both the days had great insightful and interactive sessions and this definitely goes a long way in sustainable learning.

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16-12-21

UNGCNI National Convention attended by PGDM Students

United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) local arm, UN Global Compact Network India (UN GCNI) organized 16th National Convention on the theme of 'Target 2030: Assess, Act, Accelerate’ on 15th -16th December 2021. 

 PGDM students namely, Km Chetna, Anubhav Saxena, Bhuvaneshwar Sharma, Rishi Kumar, Sachin Kumar, Kunal Sharma, Vipul Mishra, Vidhu Saran, Animesh Singh and Akash Singh from I.T.S School of Management, Ghaziabad attended this National Convention on 16thDecember, 2021.

The theme of the convention puts emphasis that the time to act towards achieving SDGs is now. Businesses need to speed up their on-ground actions as well as to measure those actions to make a real impact on achieving the SDGs while also creating economic value for the nation.

There were three Deep Dive Sessions moderated by Joe Phelan, Director, WBCSD India; Karanraj Chaudri, Advisor, SDG & Innovative Finance, South Asia, UNDP; Anurag Pratap, Vice President & CSR Leader, Capgemini, respectively. The esteemed panelists were Neelesh Kumar Sah, Joint Secretary (Climate Change), Ministry of Environment, Forest, and Climate Change; Vaishali Sinha, ReNew Foundation Chair, Chief Sustainability Officer, ReNew Power; Ashwini Saxena, CEO, JSW Foundation; Dr.LovneeshChanana, Head of Government Affairs at SAP for the Asia Pacific & Japan region; Sundeep Singh, Managing Director, Strategy and Sustainability, Accenture; Jyotsna Sharma, CFO & Head of IT, Bridgestone India; Manjula Kalyanasundaram, Managing Director & CEO, SBI Foundation; Sushma Kaushik, Partner, Aavishkaar Capital; Amitava Mukherjee, Director (Finance), NMDC;  R. K. Singh, CGM-SIDBI; Dr. Thomas Becker, Vice President Sustainability and Mobility Strategy BMW Group; Dr. Jatinder Singh, Assistant Secretary General, PHDCCI;  Anurag Sharma, Director (Onshore), ONGC;  Kylie Porter, Executive Director, Global Compact Network Australia;  Gagandeep Bhullar, Founder & CEO, SuperHumanRace.

It focussed on following points:

  •  Uncover opportunities to drive self-reliant, resilient, and sustainable economic growth
  • Understand the perspective of the youth on how they think about SDGs, what according to them is needed to be done to speed up to the target 2030.
  • Discuss how decarbonization, renewable energy, and sustainable supply chains can drive the green economy
  • Identify innovative solutions to drive SDG ambition in the wake of business disruption caused by COVID
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13-12-21

PGDM students attended FICCI webinar

A Webinar on the topic “Indic Internet: The Foundation of Next Phase of Digital Transformation” was organized by the FICCI on 13th December, 2021, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

on virtual platform.  It was attended by PGDM 21-23 batch participants, namely Amit Kumar, Divya Suman, Garima Verma, Aditya Barnwal, Bhavya Agarwal, Priyanshi Yadav, Divyanshi Gupta, Shivam Pandey, Akshay Ashish, Saurabh Kumar from I.T.S School of Management, Ghaziabad.

The inaugural session was moderated by Ms. Sarika Gulyani, Director of FICCI and welcoming remark was given by Mr. Virat Bhatia, Chairman of ICT & Mobile Manufacturing Committee, FICCI on “Digital Economic”.  Mr. Uday Shankar, president of FICCI gave insight about revolution becoming really visible in most of the countries. Aman Jain, Head Government Affair & Public Policy- India Google and Ashutosh Gupta, Country Manager- LinkedIn India gave industry remarks. Ajay Prakash Sawhney, Secretary Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, GoIthrew light upon accessibility of Internet facility with the capable technologies. Then, Shri Rajeev Chandra Shekhar, Hon’ble Union Minister for Electronics and Information Technology spoke about India as pre-eminent in the world which uses technology for empowerment. At the end of this session Dr. Ajay Data, Co-Chair ICT & Mobile Manufacturing, FICCI and CEO gave vote of thanks.

It was followed by panel discussion on the topic “Universal acceptance the foundation of Multilingual and Inclusive Internet” where Dr. Ajay Data, Chairman, Universal Acceptance Steering Group, ICANN gave his insights as a moderator. Shri. Anil Kumar Jain, Chief Executive office, NIXI Ministry of Electronic and IT, Government Of India, gave a special address to the audience. In this session, Mr. T. Santosh, Scientist ministry of Electronic and Information Technology, Government of India spoke about commencement of e-commerce portal in Hindi and planning to launch ideas of ecommerce websites.

Next panel discussion was “The Indic Internet as a means to expedite socio-economic development in the new normal”. In this session, Ms. Simmi Chaudhary was the session initiator who is the Economic Adviser and group coordinator, Ministry of Electronics and Information technology. The panel members included Mr. Jaap Van Der Meer, Director, TAUS, Mr. Varun Khullar, Head of growth- APAC, Linkedin, Dr. Shailendra Mohan, Secretary, Lingustic Society of India, Mr. Aprameya Radhakrishna, Founder and CEO, Koo App and Vokal India.

Then, there was a second plenary session on the topic “Importance of skilling and building competency in the translation and language technology sectors”. The brief of the session was about, with twenty-two official languages and 1600+ dialects, the language technology and translation industry in India has a huge potential in terms of economic and employment expansion

The last session was “Keynote Addresses- The need of and the ways to make Indic language content more discoverable”. The brief was that, there are 22 languages in the Indian list, google is trying to modify their software in such a way that all types of accents are accepted and the system can manage to identify natural language processing. The speakers of the session were Ms. Kalki Bali, Principal Researcher, Microsoft, Mr. Shantanu Chaudhary, Director, IIT Jodhpur, Mr. Anirban Lahiri, Lead data scientist,Fractal AI, Mr. Partha Talukdar, Research Scientist, Google India.

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10-12-21

PGDM students attended ASSOCHAM- GEM 4th International Sustainability Conclave and Expo 2021

Eleven nominated students of PGDM (2021-23) batch from I.T.S School of Management attended the event “ASSOCHAM-4th GEM International Sustainability Conclave, Expo and Awards 2021.

The ASSOCHAM sessions were held both in virtual modes from 30th November to 2nd December 2021 and in physical mode on 3rd and 4th December at Indian Habitat Centre, New Delhi. The conclave had 7 virtual and 8 physical sessions. MoHUA, MoEF&CC, NAREDCO, COA, TERRE, IIA, ISHRAE, FSAI, ISLE, IAQA, SHF, SESI and ASHRAE along with many reputed organizations contributed towards the sustainability directives of our nation. The experts discussed about climate zone of India and design strategies for hot and dry region, composite region, warm and humid region and cloudy and cold region with a focus on sustainable development.

In the physical session, Mr. Deepak Sood, Secretary General of ASSOCHAM welcomed all the participants. There was an insightful discussion on the transformation of India into$5 trillion economy by 2025.

A group of 8 panelists comprising of Mr. Pankaj R Dharkar (Chairman of ASSOCHAM GEM Green Building Certification Program), Mr. Daljeet Singh (Director, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation), Mr. Vivek B Sood (GM, Civil, Indian Railway Stations Development Corporation), Mr. Subha Brata Roy (Head of Urban Development TRACTABEL Engineering Pvt. Ltd), Mohd. Abu Asif (Team Leader, Bansal Pathways Habibganj Private Limited), Mr. Anuraj Bajpai (Co-chairman of ASSOCHAM Uttar Pradesh, Green Tree Global), Ms. Neetu Yadav (Head of Management Panasonic Life Solutions India Pvt. Ltd),Mr. Nikhil Sharma (Assistant Manager, ALP Aeroflex (I) pvt.ltd.) discussed about the future development plans and schemes related to metro and railway development. Event concluded with reinforcement of motto of sustainable development and use of eco-friendly products. It was a great learning session for all the participants. 

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09-12-21

PG Student attended CII Banking and Finance Service Summit 2021

PGDM 21-23 batch, participants, namely, Shristy Singh, Vidhi, Papiya Dey, Shardul Mishra, Neeti, Vanshika, Bhumika, Deepika Patel, Palak Goyal and Divya Bharti of I.T.S School of Management participated in CII Banking and Finance Service Summit 2021 on “Stronger financial sector for Atmanirbhar Bharat” on 9th December 2021.

Role of Non-Banking Financing Corporation 2021 - Panel Discussion 1

The summit started with Inaugural ceremony followed by Panel Discussion-1 on “Role of Non-Banking Financing Corporation 2021”. The Moderator of the Panel discussion was Monika Dhiman and the eminent speakers were Mr Supratim Bandyopadhyay,  PFRDA chairperson; Mr J Venkatramu, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, India Post Payments Bank; Mr. Nirmal Jain, Founder and Chairman, IIFL Finance; Mr Ashish Dahiya, Co- Founder & Group CEO, Policy Bazaar; Mr. Girish Rawat, Partner, Luthra and Luthra; Mr. Jaijit Bhattacharya, Founder & CEO, Zerone Microsystems Pvt Ltd; Mr. Chaitanya Adapa, Head, Udaan Capital; Mr. T R Ramachandran, Group Country Manager India & South Asia, Visa; Mr. P S Patra,CGM D&TB (Products & Ops), SBI.

Mr. Supratim Bandyopadhyay stressed on ensuring that every family has pension fund. He talked about PFRD and how Pandemic has made people to adopt for more pension funds and approximately 47 million have pension fund scheme. Mr. KK Gupta focused on “Banking Sector and NFSC as the major engine of the growth of the financial sector”. He talked about “Make in India”; “Made in India” and “Atmanirbhar Bharat”. Mr. Praveen Kumar briefly talked about the window dressing, role of regulator and auditor, and compliances issues faced in the banking services. Mr. Sarbjeet talked about FINTECH &how they are applying four Ps in the FINTECH Company. He also discussed about UDAAN. Mr. Bhatnagar talked about importance of loss absorption capacity which reduced after pandemic due to the growing importance of online payment mode.

It was a great learning session for all the participants.

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07-12-21

PGDM students attended FICCI: Tech Thought Leadership Session on Economic Impact of Encryption in India

The online session of FICCI on “Tech Thought Leadership Session on Economic Impact of Encryption in India” was held on 7 Dec, 2021

from 2:00PM to 3:15PM. It was attended by PGDM 21-23 batch participants, namely Rima Singh, Komal Keshri, Sakshi Srivastav, Divya Bharti, Priya Pathak, Rupali Bhardwaj, Manvi Agarwal, Vishal Kr. Chaurasiya, Ishvi Chaudhary and Ajit Kr. Singh.

The session started with the welcome address by Ms. Jyoti Vij, Deputy Secretary General, FICCI. After that, Mr. Rajnesh D Singh, Regional Vice President - Asia - Pacific, ISOC gave opening remarks on Digital economy and Encryption with security along with security dimensions i.e., Protection, Battling and Cybercrime. Then Ms. Neeti Biyani, Policy and Advocacy Manager, ISOC gave remarks on "Overview of the encryption debate". She explained about Inflation technology followed by RBI.  Then Dr. George Barker, Director law and Economics consulting associates addressed the participants with his presentation on " The Economic Impact of Laws that Weaken Encryption". He also reviewed impact of Australian Encryption Law(TOLA). Question & Answers were taken by Mr. William Lehr, Consulting Director, Law and Economics Consulting Associates. Questions were related to implication of Encryption, Negative impact of Cybercrime, impact of policy and importance of cost benefit studies. The session ended by the closing remarks by Ms. Noelle Francesca De Guzman, Senior Advisor, Policy and External Engagement, ISOC.

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