MDP on Finance for Non-Finance Managers on May 03, 2014

MDP on Finance for Non-Finance Managers on May 03, 2014

MDP on Finance for Non-Finance Managers on May 03, 2014

The finance management is perhaps the most crucial and challenging of all the functional areas of management. Every member of the organization contributes to the overall growth of the organization. But those belonging to non finance areas often are not able to understand growth perspectives in terms of numbers. Keeping this in mind IMS Ghaziabad is organizing MDP on Finance for Non-Finance Managers on May 03, 2014 at its Lal Quan Campus. This program seeks to equip the non-finance professional with the basic set of tools and techniques from the finance discipline. Armed with these, the manager will be able to gain an insight into the exciting world of the financial management of a company.

IMS Ghaziabad Ranked 3rd among Private B-Schools of U.P & Uttarakhand by Times B-School Survey published in Times of India (March 31, 2014)

Ranked 3rd in UP by TOI

MDP on “Customer Centric Strategies in Indian Retail Sector”

 

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Institute of Management Studies Ghaziabad organized Management Development Program on “Customer Centric Strategies in Indian Retail Sector” on March 29, 2014. The MDP was organized under the patronage of Shri Rakesh Chharia, Chief Patron and Managing Trustee, IMS Ghaziabad and under the dynamic leadership of Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Patron and Director, IMS Ghaziabad. Prof. Vijendra Dhyani and Dr. Vijay Kumar Pandey, were the conveners and part of the Core Committee.

The MDP provided participants the necessary tools and learning opportunities to shoulder higher responsibilities in organizations, The pedagogy of the MDP comprises optimum combination of simulation exercises, case studies, management games to make the event more interactive and interesting.

Highly renowned and reputed experts from academia and industry were part of the MDP. These personalities included Mr. Jyotirmoy Jain, Secretary General, Chamber of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, Mr. Mohan Shukla, Chief External Affairs, Bharti Enterprises Ltd, Mr. Arun Kumar Jha , Director General, NIESBUD, Mr Vinay Gupta, Executive Director Ghaziabad Management Association, Dr Sanjiv Mittal,Professor, University School of Management ,GGSIP University ,Mr. Jagdish Kapoor,FCA,ICAI, Accounting Foundation, Mr. Himanshu Talwar, Founder & Managing Director PliableInc, Mr. K.S. Ahluwalia CEO of Excalibre Inc, Noida.

MDP was highly successful and 90 delegates participated from different Industries and Universities.

 

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IMS Ghaziabad – PGDM students visited Coca-Cola, Dasna Plant

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Under the dynamic leadership and patronage of the Director Dr. Urvashi Makkar, IMS Ghaziabad always believes in Industry Exposure through direct interaction of PGDM students by visiting the industrial set-up. All the students of PGDM 2013-15 batch got the esteemed opportunity to have an Industrial visit to renowned organization – Coca Cola India Ltd on 21st and 22nd March 2014. The Coca-Cola Company has 24 bottling plants at strategic locations in various states spread across India. Coca- Cola – Dasna Plant is the largest operative plant in Asia. IMS faculty members Prof. Rohit Sehgal, Dr. S.K. Dube, Mr. Swarnpreet Singh, Ms. Nidhi Agrawal and Ms. Charu Sharma also accompanied the students to the bottling plant. Students took a keen interest to understand the various aspects of the operations. They were briefed on topics as collection, testing, storage, packaging and distribution of beverages. It was an interactive session with the Coca-Cola dignitaries to satisfy the quest of young minds. The full day of industrial visit was a combo offer for students with knowledge and recreation.

“NATIONAL SEMINAR ON “DATA INTENSIVE COMPUTING (NSDIC – 2014) ” On Saturday, April 26, 2014 at IMS Ghaziabad.

"NATIONAL SEMINAR ON "DATA INTENSIVE COMPUTING (NSDIC – 2014) " On Saturday, April 26, 2014 at IMS Ghaziabad.

“NATIONAL SEMINAR ON “DATA INTENSIVE COMPUTING (NSDIC – 2014) ” On Saturday, April 26, 2014 at IMS Ghaziabad.

IMS Ghaziabad Ranked 43rd All Over India and 13th in North Zone in Times B-School Survey 2014 published in Times of India on March 31, 2014.

IMS Ghaziabad Conducted Guest Lecture on “Role of Emotional Intelligence in Employ-ability Skills”

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Management students entering in the world of work today are presented with a number of challenges. These include a decrease in employment opportunities and job security, fast-changing technology and an increasing personal responsibility for keeping up with changes in their disciplinary field of knowledge. To overcome this challenge a special interaction based session “Role of Emotional Intelligence in Employ-ability Skills”was organized by IMS Ghaziabad for PGDM students conducted by Ms. Reena Singh an Expert Trainer and Founder of Ananta Intellect Pvt. Ltd. on March 27, 2014 under the constant motivation and dynamic leadership of Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director, IMS Ghaziabad. Ms. Singh was welcomed by PGDM Programme Chairperson Dr. Tapan Kr. Nayak in the presence of Area chairperson -HR, Dr. Anita Singh, other faculty members and students.  

The session emphasized on how to overcome the challenges by balancing our emotions. Ms. Singh highlighted that the employability of an individual depends upon certain psychosocial attributes that are seen to be important for successfully managing the interface between one’s personal career needs and desires and the demands of a continually changing work environment. Psychosocial employability attributes act as transactional re-sources between the inner (psychological) and outer (social) worlds of a person and assist in the process of adapting to social expectations and work roles. The session was very interactive and a learning experience. A small token of gratitude was extended to Ms. Singh by Dr. Anita Singh.

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