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Saturday, April 6, 2024

In continuous efforts to enhance the skills and mind-set of our students, IIC of I.T.S Mohan Nagar -UG campus organised Workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights” for BBA & BCA students. Trainer of the workshop CS Shivam Sharma , Chairman Ghaziabad Chapter of Institute of Company Secretaries of India briefed the audience about the role of IPR in success and development of any organization . He is also associated with CAT DGR , CMA Noida Headquarter and Ministry of Defence. Another Trainer of the workshop CS Sundeep Kumar Parashar is a Fellow member of ICSI & Trade Marks Agent . He has an experience of more than two and half decades in diverse fields of Corporate Laws , FEMA , Taxation , POSH , Labour Laws, Human Resource etc. CS Sundeep Kumar Parashar introduced the students to the whole new world of trade marks , copy rights, patents, trade secrets and geographical indicators.
The students were actively engaged by both the trainers with the help of various activities and short stories . Students discussed various points about the relevance and working of IPR laws. The Workshop was also attended by the faculties of BBA & BCA Department.

Thursday, April 4, 2024

I.T.S. Mohan Nagar UG Campus Student participated in the SANKETH organized by SDGI Global University on 04th April 2024. The Student of BCA 2nd year, Shivalika Kaushik participated in the event of Business Plan Competition. She won the first prize in the competition. She received a Trophy and a Certificate.

Thursday, March 21, 2024

Under NSS Programme, food packets were distributed at the slum areas of Vasundhara sector – 02 & 06. NSS student volunteers as well as faculty members organized the meal distribution program to ensure that the entire activity runs smoothly. Food packets were distributed to the under-privileged children as well as slum-dwellers.
The objective of meal distribution in underprivileged areas is to provide nutritious food to individuals and families who may not have access to regular meals due to economic hardship or other challenges. This initiative aims to address food insecurity, improve nutritional intake, and support the overall well-being of the community. By distributing meals, organizations and volunteers can help alleviate hunger, promote health, and foster a sense of community support among vulnerable populations.

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

The idea of the visit was to expose the young minds to the current economic environmental trend and develop a thrust towards entrepreneurship and start up. Students of BBA 2nd year, BBA 3rd Year and BCA 3rd Year participated in the visit. Thoughtfully envisioned as a pioneering event, Startup Mahakumbh was organised by Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom), Bootstrap Incubation & Advisory Foundation, Indian Venture and Alternate Capital Association (IVCA).
The event witnessed the participation from more than 1000 high-potential start-ups from India and the globe, with key global and Indian stakeholders such as unicorn start-ups, global and domestic venture capitalists, corporate, and industry leaders also participating.
After the visit of start-ups students visited Bharat Mandapam. The Bharat Mandapam - Convention Centre is a world-class facility equipped with modern infrastructure and technology, suitable for hosting conclaves, summits, meetings, cultural events, and congregations. The convention centre comes with dedicated VIP and guest lounges and five-star catering services to support events of up to 7000 persons in a single format. The complex surrounded by a beautifully landscaped plaza with a musical fountain.
The event was planned in a very systematic way which was followed by the online registration process. Only registered participants were allowed to enter. The start-up Mahakumbh was organized in hall no. 4 and 5 where numerous start-ups participated. Our students were keenly visited start-ups and asked various questions to the participants. During the visit, the students exhibited lot of enthusiasm. After the visiting Start-up Mahakumbh and Bharat Mandapam, they were delighted. They gained a great vision of knowledge from this visit.

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

A plantation drive was organized by I.T.S. Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad on 20th March 2024. John Keats ones said “The poetry of the earth is never dead”.Students of I.T.S. Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad inculcate this perspective and in order to save earth from global warming and human deeds like afforestation students planted trees in their campus area and the surroundings. Students brought different types of saplings and planted them in the campus. Plants are important part of nature and for survival also. The ability of plants to control pollution and rejuvenate nature teaches us to plant more trees.
Prof. Amit Sharma Coordinator of the NSS said “We get oxygen and other components from nature which are necessary to survive so we should celebrate and thank mother earth and nature for giving us so many things, it’s our duty to at least plant trees in return and maintain sustainable development for the upcoming generations.
Such little steps taken together by the school and students will surely help in fostering strong mental and social health amongst today’s children so that they connect with their peers, their elders, their community and their environment.
Total 50 students participated in the events from all years of BBA and BCA.

Tuesday, March 19, 2024

The N.S.S unit at I.T.S organized Cleanliness Drive with the sole purpose of creating awareness among the students regarding cleanliness and its benefits to the society.
In this programme, all the student volunteers of NSS from BBA & BCA participated. Even N.S.S coordinator of I.T.S & other team members also participated in the drive. As a part of this Cleanliness Drive, the Anand Industrial area & Arthala were cleaned.
Student volunteers of NSS picked brooms and started to clean the roads & by lanes of the Industrial area as well Arthala.
In the end, the students took oath of keeping our home, locality and city clean. It was a unique experience for all the students. Students were curious to be the part of this great drive that could transform the face of our country forever.

Sunday, March 17, 2024

NSS unit at I.T.S, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad organized Slum Education Programme on the 16th & 17th March 2024. Spring may be giving way to the stuffy summer weather a little early, but the work of NSS carries on in right earnest.
NSS volunteers started the first day with a storytelling session. The idea was that the story should have some moral lessons for the children in terms of their individual duties and overall conduct. The learners listened with rapt attention and enthusiastically participated in the discussion that followed.
The second day’s activities comprised of several educational games about learning and developing oneself, rather than simply being about enjoyment.
The day’s events drew to a close with the distribution of Biscuits & Chips packets, before the children proceeded homeward. NSS team planned and presided over the day’s session, while also guiding the volunteers in the performance of the various tasks. Mr. Vikas Tyagi (Registrar) motivated the volunteers in the various tasks.

Saturday, March 16, 2024

The objective behind this industrial visit is to enable students to have an overview of the production process of the various beverages. During the visit Ms.Richa explained the entire production and bottling process of the different beverages like Coca- Cola, Maaza , Minute Maid, Fanta , Sprite , Thums Up etc.. She also explained the various CSR initiatives like UNNATI taken up by the company for the upliftment of farmers in the country . She also stated various interesting facts about the history of the company.
Students from BBA & BCA along with faculty members were present in the session. Students and other participants actively interacted with the speaker for their queries related with the working of different machines and production process of the company.

Saturday, March 16, 2024

Reconnecting with the alumni by hearing about their journeys and experiences was the main goal of the session, which was titled "Opportunities & Challenges in IT: Expectations Vs. Reality”. The speaker of the session was Ms. Richi Gupta (2013–2016), Product Manager at ProProfs, Noida.

Dr. Vidushi Singh in her welcome address expressed happiness at witnessing the student of I.T.S, Ghaziabad achieving greater heights in her career.

Ms. Richi Gupta began by giving her introduction and current working status in ProProfs, Noida. She told us about her journey and what challenges she has faced till know in corporate world. Explaining the expectations vs reality in IT industry. She started her career as product analyst after BCA. She advised students that about various kind of jobs and opportunities they can seek in future in IT industry.

She unveiled the myth of students that AI can never replace human. She told about various design tools available in the market these days like Canva, Adobe XD. The students can learn as there exist ample of opportunities in the IT world.

Furthermore, she added how to handle work pressure and difficult situations in corporate world. She conducted SWOT Analysis of students related to their own personality and career.

The speaker responded patiently and thoroughly to the students' questions and concerns.

Thursday, March 14, 2024

The objective of the visit was to provide an exposure to the students regarding innovations and how they are incubated. The purpose was also to make them understand the process that a start-up goes through from ideation to execution.
The IEDC Head Mr. Sudhanshu Ranjan explained about Incubation centre and the incubation process that consists of three stages - pre-incubation, incubation, and post-incubation. Pre-incubation activities include tenant selection and promotion. Incubation activities are divided into three stages, namely the early stages, development, and advanced stages. He also explained in great detail about the various policies of Government of India under which a start-up founder can apply for funds for prototype development, seed funding and the grants for running the incubation centre with curated ideas.
Later, Mr. Shubham and Mr. Samiruddin both alumna of ITS, innovators and Founders of BigBlare Technologies Pvt. Ltd took the students to a visit of the incubation centre that had many innovative machines and equipment on display built by the engineering students. The innovations on display were Air Purifier made with waste products, Rice Chaffing machine, a Solar powered Sugarcane juice extraction machine, robo cleaner for high rise buildings, Blood Sugar detection machine without blood extraction, physiotherapy machine, rice age determination machine, portable EV battery charging console, ELMO an EV, remote operated driverless tractor, etc to name a few. Many of these products have received grants for commercial production and have been winners at start-up meets. The visit was very informative and was an eye opener to the students of IIC since they came back with great zeal and enthusiasm for developing their own start-ups. On Day 1, 45 students were accompanied by Dr. Yamini Negi & Dr. Neerja Anand- IIC Coordinators and on Day 2, 40 students were accompanied by Prof. Saroj Kumari & Prof. Ankur Sharma.



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