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“Special Seminar Series” at IMS Ghaziabad on 11 April 2016

“Special Seminar Series” – Session by Dr. Urvashi Sharma, Associate Prof, Dept. of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University

Accelerating the momentum of “Special Seminar Series” at IMS Ghaziabad, initiated by esteemed Director Prof. J.P. Sharma, Dr. Urvashi Sharma, Associate Professor, Dept. of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, delivered her address on April 11, 2016. With more than 15 years of rich experience, Dr. Urvashi Sharma is also a course coordinator for MBA (HRD) at Dept. of Commerce. She deliberated on a very pertinent topic “Employee Engagement”, keeping in mind the burgeoning attrition rates in the organizations.

Dr. Urvashi Sharma introduced the theme to the audience by asking, “How many employees said that they loved their jobs?”. Her contention was that an employee engagement does not necessarily mean one is satisfied or happy. She quoted a “Gall UP” survey where it was suggested that in case of 20% or more employees are better off, it tended to boost the productivity of the organization. However, only 13 % employees are globally engaged with the companies. She further told that employee engagement is an emotional one. Those who are ‘Actively Engaged’, they are the builders of the organization. They have the passion & motivation both. The case in point was “Google”. Google promotes ‘job description’ through ‘employee branding’. She also quoted – “ To win in the market place, you must win in the work place”. Another category of employees was ‘Not Engaged’- who concentrated more on tasks than goals. It led to unproductive relationship with the organization. The third category of employees came under “Actively Disengaged”- they are like cave dwellers, virtually against everything. Dr. Urvashi Madam further clarified that an employee wanted “Trust & Competence” in the organization. While highlighting the importance of ‘Engagement’, she elaborated that an engaged employee was more productive and attrition rates were very low. There was also infusion of innovation in the minds of employees. She also tried to elaborate the points through video clips. The lecture was followed by ‘Question & Answer Session’.

Finally, Dr. S.K. Dube, Coordinator- Special Lectures, expressed “Vote of Thanks”, on behalf of IMS Fraternity to the ‘Guest of Honour- Dr. Urvashi Sharma and all dignitaries.“Special Seminar Series” – Session by Dr. Urvashi Sharma, Associate Prof, Dept. of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University

Accelerating the momentum of “Special Seminar Series” at IMS Ghaziabad, initiated by esteemed Director Prof. J.P. Sharma, Dr. Urvashi Sharma, Associate Professor, Dept. of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, delivered her address on April 11, 2016. With more than 15 years of rich experience, Dr. Urvashi Sharma is also a course coordinator for MBA (HRD) at Dept. of Commerce. She deliberated on a very pertinent topic “Employee Engagement”, keeping in mind the burgeoning attrition rates in the organizations.

Dr. Urvashi Sharma introduced the theme to the audience by asking, “How many employees said that they loved their jobs?”. Her contention was that an employee engagement does not necessarily mean one is satisfied or happy. She quoted a “Gall UP” survey where it was suggested that in case of 20% or more employees are better off, it tended to boost the productivity of the organization. However, only 13 % employees are globally engaged with the companies. She further told that employee engagement is an emotional one. Those who are ‘Actively Engaged’, they are the builders of the organization. They have the passion & motivation both. The case in point was “Google”. Google promotes ‘job description’ through ‘employee branding’. She also quoted – “ To win in the market place, you must win in the work place”. Another category of employees was ‘Not Engaged’- who concentrated more on tasks than goals. It led to unproductive relationship with the organization. The third category of employees came under “Actively Disengaged”- they are like cave dwellers, virtually against everything. Dr. Urvashi Madam further clarified that an employee wanted “Trust & Competence” in the organization. While highlighting the importance of ‘Engagement’, she elaborated that an engaged employee was more productive and attrition rates were very low. There was also infusion of innovation in the minds of employees. She also tried to elaborate the points through video clips. The lecture was followed by ‘Question & Answer Session’.

Finally, Dr. S.K. Dube, Coordinator- Special Lectures, expressed “Vote of Thanks”, on behalf of IMS Fraternity to the ‘Guest of Honour- Dr. Urvashi Sharma and all dignitaries.

Two Live Projects by PGDM First Year Students

August 27, 2015 Leave a comment

In order to experience the real life corporate challenges, IMS Ghaziabad provided opportunity to pursue a LIVE PROJECT to all 300 First year PGDM Students during 11th to 16th August 2015 with renowned brands Big Bazaar and Pantaloons.

IMS Ghaziabad has given an opportunity to work on Six days live project where fresh minds have learned the basics of market research, product promotion activities, strategic planning and new launches. The project acted as a platform where students accomplished networking, leveraging, and develop connect with the right people through customer interaction. Through live project, students were able to channelize their ideas in the right direction by working with experience entrepreneurs and taking it to next level by outgrowing into a new business idea. The main objective of live project was to enhance the knowledge of students and to improve communication, logical, analytical skills and customer interaction and which has been successfully fulfilled. It aimed at providing a support system to budding entrepreneurs.

Mock Interview Session at IMS Ghaziabad

IMS Ghaziabad, in its perpetual endeavor to provide the real corporate life exposure to its PGDM students offers a platform to learn from the learned ones. On the occasion of Mock Interview Session organized at campus, senior PGDM Alumni have been invited to train the current batch with the interview skills.

Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director IMS Ghaziabad welcomed the Senior Alumni of 2006-08 batchMr. Manish Kharor – Research Lead (Manager) – Evalueserve; Ms. Mallika Bhattacharya -Deputy Branch Manager – ICICI Bank and Mr. Abhimanyu Kumar – Sales Executive L3 – Pepsico India, who acted as an expert interviewer and conducted the Mock Interview for the current batch.

They enlightened the students with their stories of success journey which was full of challenges as well as opportunities. They educated budding managers with the art of exploring career objectives and future prospects. The Participants were exposed with interview etiquettes and the importance of presenting Resume and were benefited by simultaneous suggestions given by alumni. Ms. Soni Sharma, Ms. Rajbeer Kaur and Mr. Swarnpreet Singh from IMS Ghaziabad expressed their gratitude towards Alumni for their valuable contribution in career building of PGDM 2014-16.

MCA Pre-Orientation Programme at IMS Ghaziabad

IMS Ghaziabad organized an intensive Pre-Orientation Programme for MCA: Batch (2015-2018) & Lateral Entry: Batch (2015-2017) on July 22, 2015. The Theme of the programme was “Corporate Expectations From Young Technocrats”. MCA Programme of IMS Ghaziabad is approved by AICTE and affiliated to UPTU Lucknow.

Dr. Urvashi Makkar, Director- IMS Ghaziabad and Dr. Avadhesh Gupta – HOD MCA welcomed the Guests of the day Mr. Ganesh Sahai, Founder, Whiztrain Pvt. Ltd; Mr. Saandiep Jethanni, Co-founder, ATS Learning Solution; Ms. Prerna Sharman, Project Manager, TCS and Ms. Vaani Gandha, Head – HR, Nucleus Software. Dr. Makkar in her address stated that with the technological advancement across the globe, there is huge requirement of Manpower blended with multiple skill set and right attitude.

The broad objective of this orientation programme was to prepare graduate students for a professional career in the software industry and academia by providing an outstanding environment for teaching and research in the core and emerging areas. Renowned Experts from corporate arena and senior alumni focused upon the real depth of Technocrats in terms of knowledge and communication skills. They briefed the fresh batch with the pragmatic practices and technological transformations of the corporate world and its expectations from them in the challenging and changing Global scenario. More than 200 students including Parents and Faculty and Staff Members of the Institute attended the event followed by the lunch.

TCS, Birlasoft and Daffodil Software hired MCA (2012-15) Students of IMS Ghaziabad

Congratulation IMSians !!!

We are pleased to share that the following MCA (2012-15) students are placed in Top IT Companies.
1. Dheeraj Wadhwani – TCS
2. Priyesh Shukla – Birlasoft
3. Aman Kumar Bachas – Daffodil Softwares Ltd

We would like to thank our recruiters Wipro Technologies, NIIT Technologies, Tech Mahindra, TechAhead, Chrome Infotech, Barco Electronic Systems Pvt Ltd and many more for MCA Placements (2012-15) batch.

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Training Programme on Energy Efficient System in association with CII

Training Programme on Energy Efficient System in association with CII

IMS Ghaziabad is organizing a training program on “Energy Efficient System” to be held on July 25, 2015 at IMS Ghaziabad, Lal Quan campus. The training program is specially designed for all the organizations inclusive of manufacturing, energy, power (electric/hydro), OEMs domains in all types of small, medium scale enterprises and large companies.

The key take aways for the participants would ensure them becoming FULLY EQUIPPED IN IMPLEMENTING ENERGY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN THEIR ORGANIZATIONS through:
1. Right Decision Making at the Design & Installation Stage.
2. Skill & Knowledge in modifying existing systems for Energy Efficiency &
3. Directly impact in cost reductions and curb Energy wastage.

Energy Efficiency of systems has been essentially identified as 1 of the major contributors in COST REDUCTION & PRODUCTION ENHANCEMENT this program would specifically deal with all the technical & fundamental requirements & needs of the energy driven industry including the issues related to the day to day technical/managerial aspects of consumption of energy & Industry related cases/case-study analysis based on best practices prevalent in the industry.

The Trainers for the Program would be Senior Energy Management Veterans & Energy Lead-Auditors from CII. Certificate of Participation shall be awarded to all the participants. Kindly register for the program by filling in the attached registration forms or through online form:
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