Wednesday, December 9, 2020

In continuous efforts to enhance the academic quality, UG campus has introduced the concept of involving the students in various extra-curricular activities. In this endeavour, MCX-IPF COMQUEST 2020 (2nd Edition) – First Round was organized for BBA students.

Large number of students participated in this online quiz. The quiz was all about basics of commodity trading, commodity derivatives etc.. Students will be awarded e-certificates from Multi Commodity Exchange.

Friday, January 10, 2020

With an aim to provide a platform to understand CSR, this visit was planned for UG students. The students attended sessions on Evolution of CSR Law, Common pitfalls associated with CSR compliance and reporting, Compliance implications of recent amendments to CSR law in business firms. The visit was appreciated by students as a great learning opportunity.

Friday, January 10, 2020

The objective to attend this workshop was to explore Internal Quality Assurance Standards. Faculty members Prof. Aadil Khan & Prof. Shreyta Raj from UG campus attended the workshop. The Workshop started with the formal address of Dr. Pawan Sharma (IQAC Coordinator of CCS University) followed by the address by Vice Chancellor Dr. N.K Taneja. Dr. N. K. Taneja discussed the importance of NAAC for Government colleges for their financial grant and for self finance colleges for the extension of affiliation. NAAC Deputy Advisor Dr. Pratibha Singh took the onus to elaborate on recent changes amended in the structure of NAAC. At the end of the workshop, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. V. Vemula addressed the gathering and explained the importance of NAAC for the betterment of Higher Educations.

Tuesday, December 10, 2019

A session on Public Management was organized for BBA/BCA students on 10th December 2019. Mr. Li-Ying Chen and Mr. Louis Chih-Hung Liu were the speakers of the session. Students were addressed by First Guest Speaker Dr. Louis on the area of Public Finance and Management. He discussed various terms like Budgeting, Public goods and Public revenue. He concluded his session by close insight on market Failure and comparison of GDP of major south Asian countries like Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Honkong etc., slowdown in the economy and remedial actions.

Mr. Li-Ying Chen highlighted Various Academic Opportunities for Indian Students at Taiwan and different scholarship schemes available for Indian Students.

Question Answer Round also took place wherein various question were raised by students related to the diverse area of discussion. The students were very happy and satisfied with huge international exposure. It was a wonderful session as the speaker presented some useful statistics which created interest in the students.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

ITS provides opportunities for their students for the overall growth and development by study abroad tour to Malaysia – 2019 is one of them.

Day 1: Students went to Kuala Lumpur half day city tour where they enjoyed a lot and explored various famous thing in Kuala Lumpur. Students were made visit to kings palace Istana Negara. They visited petronas tower and it came to their knowledge that The towers were designed by Argentine architect César Pelli. A distinctive postmodern style was chosen to create a 21st-century icon for Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Planning on the Petronas Towers started on 1 January 1992 and included rigorous tests and simulations of wind and structural loads on the design. Kuala Lumpur City tour. So it help students to know the history of kuala lumpur. They also visited Merdeka Square , National Mosque and National Monument which shows the development of Kuala Lumpur and how they achieved it.

 Day 2 they visited Batu Caves and went to Genting highland where they knew that It takes its name from the Sungai Batu, which flows past the hill. It is the tenth limestone hill from Ampang. Batu Caves is also the name of a nearby village. Students learnt a lot and explored various new thing.

Day 3: Students went to Visit Industry at Pewter Factory and they got to know about the history of it.  The pewter objects sold by Yong Koon were polished with "stone leaf" (Tetracera scandens), a wild tropical leaf of a fine, abrasive nature. With the arrival of British colonials, the offering expanded to include tankards, ashtrays and tea services.  The brand was then known as Selangor Pewter. Students also knew that the market expanded into Europe and later into Japan.Students learnt a lot there and enjoyed also they came outside with new ideas and how they achieve it, which was very impressive.

 Day 4: students visited UITM University where they attended a seminar on career objective and the personality role in life. Students met with Professor’s along with some students and visited campus they visited library , their conference room and labs after that each and every students received certificate from the top management of UITM . All students were very happy to the courses offered by UITM and their placements. The day ended with lots of learning.

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

The principal objective of the Lecture is to help Students to enhance their knowledge on upcoming technologies so as to meet the demand of industry. The lecture focused on the career opportunities available as a Full Stack Developer with MEAN. 

I.T.S UG Campus organized guest lecture on the topic ‘“Start your career as a Full Stack Developer with MEAN” on 5th November 2019 for the students of BCA II year .The speaker explained the career opportunities as a Full Stack Developer with MEAN. The speaker expressed his thoughts and motivated students to work on the upcoming technologies as they have to face the world of full of new technologies after the Final Year. He also made the students understand the Databases available to become a Full stack Developer.  

Tuesday, November 5, 2019

The main objective of the guest lecture was to give information about the working of Banking system and its role in the business and economy. This session will help the students to understand the role and importance of banking industry in development of Indian economy.

students were imparted withvarious scheme and privileges given by the banks to encourage the savings habits and promoting business in rural as well as urban areas. It alsoboost the entrepreneurship in Indian economy. The speaker shared lots of information which encourages them to become an entrepreneur. It was an informative and motivating session. Students asked many queries from the speaker and he responded to all the doubts. All together the session was highly interactive.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

The motive behind this lecture was to expose the students to the topic “Theories of Factor Pricing”. The session aimed at providing the students practical & empirical concepts of various factors of production and its pricing policies insight to the field of economics supporting the theoretical learning of the subject in the classrooms. Dr. Rekha Dayal - Dr. Rekha Dayal (Associate Professor-Jesus and Mary College, DU) was the speaker of the session and gave an overview of the practical & empirical concepts of various factors of production and its pricing decisions in various forms of market.

Friday, November 1, 2019

Dr Avijit Kumar Dey, Corporate Trainer, The Times of India group briefed the students about the skills required in modern business organizations. He talked about the changing trends in banking and financial sector as well as increasing importance of technology like artificial intelligence. A Psychometric test of all the participants was also conducted. The students were also invited to visit The Times of India Noida office for placement assistance.  It was a wonderful session full of learning, engaging, and interaction.

Friday, November 1, 2019

The objective behind this event is to develop interpersonal skills needed in the corporate world. The club activities are organized in a regular basis to promote team spirit and to implement the HR concepts practically.

To develop the concepts of HR through learning by playing and having fun. The club is intended to make the HR concepts clear by playing different games. Students all together played four management games Balloon walk, Let’s Reverse, Hola hoop activity and Blind fold activity. All the games were based on Group Co-ordination, Training, and Team work. Students participated in groups of 6-7, Winners were decided on the basis of group performance and the group which finishes first. The final winners were based on the overall performance of teams in each game. Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey director sir and Prof. Nancy Sharma Vice principal mam grace the event by their overwhelming presence. Students received trophy from them and at the end team of HR Club and the winners had a group photograph.



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