In its constant endeavor to provide reality based exposure, IMS Ghaziabad organized Marketing Plan Contest 2015. Mark wiz – The Marketing Club of IMS Ghaziabad planned a uniqueCompany SpecificLive Project event for PGDM students on March 13, 2015. The event was sponsored by Anmol Bakers Pvt.Ltd. This event showcased therealistic and innovative strategies developed by PGDM students after rigorous survey and study. They presented their plans with the feel of diversity and belongingness on different products of Anmol Bakers Pvt. Ltd.
The event was graced by Mr Satish Kumar, Head-HR, Anmol Bakers P Ltd, Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director and faculty members of IMS Ghaziabad. Dr. Makkar in her welcome address emphasized on enhancing the skills and knowledge and channelizing them to develop core competencies for career development.
Initially eleventeams were registered and appeared forfirst round.On the basis of executive summary the teams were short listedfor the final round. Seven teams finally presented their marketing plans during the contest. The enthusiastic participation of the students in the audience showed the depth of their knowledge by asking relevant questions on plans participating teams. The winners of this event are:
First prize – Amir Ali & Anuj
First runner up –Yashika Dua & Chitransh Mathur
Second runner up – Subhayu & Surabhi Parmar
The winners were felicitated by Certificates of appreciation and participation at the felicitation ceremony.
Marketing Plan Contest 2015 at IMS Ghaziabad
Under the stewardship of Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director IMS Ghaziabad, Centre for Competency Development & Research – A Training & Research Arm of IMS Ghaziabad conducted the Training Session “ Brain Power & Memory Sharpening” for the Indian Postal Services Officers at Rafi Ahmed Khan National Postal Academy on March 11th,2015.
The session was enthusiastically taken up by the participants as it included Quizzes, Mind Stimulators & Exercises along with the Brain Power enhancing Techniques & tactics and Memory Sharpening Skills.
The trainer exhibited his expertise in memorizing the list of 50 2-digit numbers displayed in just 30 seconds. The participants were amazed by the Mind boggling tendencies and techniques through which memory can be sharpened and brain powers can be enhanced.
The AIR formula (Association, Imagination & Ridiculous thinking) around which the entire ball game revolved was revealed to the participants and they themselves could memorize the content given through various quizzes and exercises.
The session was followed by High Tea with the Joint Directors from RAKNPA Mr. Umesh Verma, Trainer, Mr.Deepak Choubey & Session Convener, Ms.Guneet Oberoi from IMS Ghaziabad.
“Learning is the only way of growing”, believing in this notion; IMS Ghaziabad has always initiated to provide the learning directly from industry.IMS Ghaziabad organized an industrial visit to Anmol Biscuits Pvt. Limited Greater Noida for the students of PGDM 2014-16 batch.
Dr. NeerajSanghi and Ms. Nidhi Agarwal along with PGDM students visited the plant and had an interaction with Mr. B.S. Sharma, Assistant Manager Plant and Mr. A.K. Saxena,Senior Manager Quality Control. Mr. B.S. Sharma addressed the students and gave a briefing of procurement, manufacturing and dispatch departments of the industry.
PGDM Students visited the plant and observed all manufacturing processes of the industry. Students have shown a keen interest in plant processing and quality control section of the company. Mr. A.K. Saxena settled the queries of the students about the quality related issues of products. It has been a wonderful learning experience to the students.
“Prevention is better than cure” Having strong faith in this saying, IMS Ghaziabad organized a seminar on “Precautionary Measures on National epidemic – Swine Flu” for faculty & staff members and for students of PGDM and MCA.
Director, Dr. Urvashi Makkar inaugurated the seminar and welcomes the distinguished medical expert – Dr. K. S. Sisodia, Physician, Indo German Hospital. She emphasized on how to prevent from this epidemic and stay healthy in this weather. Dr. Sisodia shared various healthy measures to preclude from the H1N1 infectious virus. He added that nothing to panic about it as the temperature is increasing & the virus shall automatically be defective. Auditorium was full with the audience.
Institute of Management Studies Ghaziabad organized a special session on ‘Analysis of Union Budget 2015-16’ on February 3, 2015. The session was organized by faculty of finance for PGDM students with an objective of creating awareness of the key declarations made in union budget for economic development of the country and their impact on different industries.
The session started with the gracious presence of Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director IMS Ghaziabad, Dr. Tapan Nayak, Program Chairperson and all faculty members of IMS Ghaziabad. Dr. Urvashi Makkar, in her address to the students, emphasized the importance of union budget and its impact on Indian economy and the corporate world. She also shared major breakthroughs of this budget, which targeted on economic development and refrained from populism.
Dr. Vidya Sekhri presented an overall view of union budget and highlighted the salient points of it. Dr. Nandita Mishra discussed the developments made in the budget related to direct taxation for individuals and corporate sector. Professor Mayank Kumar addressed the key changes proposed in union budget related to indirect taxation and its impact on the pricing of goods and services. Dr. Anurag Pahuja and Dr. Neeraj Sanghi presented the effect of key declarations of union budget on different industries of Indian economy. More than 500 Budding managers were benefited with the key takeaways from the session.
In order to attain the required talent and to disclose the traits to touch the paramount of professional success, IMS GHAZIABAD invited its alumni of Batch 2007-09 -Mr. Rajneesh Negi (Product Manager, Kusum healthcare) and Mr. Gaurav Dutta (Senior Manager, GE Capital).
Mr. Negi, during his interactive session with current batch (2014-16) highlighted over the prerequisite skill required by the industry. Wherein, Mr. Dutta gave his inputs on joining new start-ups and venture since they groom the managerial skills comparatively in practical way. They emphasized on the importance of Make in India concept by fostering the entrepreneurship skill in budding talent.