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Oppo Mobile hired IMSians!!!

IMS Ghaziabad feels delighted in sharing the success of its PGDM Students (2014-16).

The following Student of PGDM 2014-16 have been placed in Oppo Mobiles

1. Gourav Kumar Jha
2. Krishna Yadav
3. Kushagra Gupta
4. Meraz Hussain
5 Tausif Chaudhary

Congratulations IMSians on successful placement !!!

You Make us PROUD !!

We would like to thank our prominent recruiters like Bouy Group- Dubai, Amul, Videocon, Nestle, Deloitte, Neilsen, IDFC, Redington India, Axis Bank, Tata Tele Services, Citibank, DCB, ITC, S&P Capital IQ, Pantaloons and many more for their support during campus recruitments

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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.

IMSians acknowledged at Debate on Odd Even Report Card on News at Nine with Rajdeep Sardesai in India Today

January 20, 2016 Leave a comment

With an aim to provide holistic developmental exposure to our PGDM Students, IMS Ghaziabad PGDM Students along with Prof. Gaurav Dawar participated in a Debate on the 15-day trial of Delhi Government’s Ambitious Odd – Even Formula “ODD-EVEN REPORT CARD: Hit or a Miss?” with Rajdeep Sardesai at India Today Head office at Film City Noida. The Debate was chaired by Retd. Justice Markandey Katju, Former Supreme Court Judge, Mr. Ashutosh, Leader – AAP, Dr. Anuradha Shukla, Chief Scientist – CRRI and Ms Anumita Roy Chowdhary, Executive Director- Centre for Science and Environment.

Debate started with all the members sharing their thoughts on Odd and Even Traffic scheme and brought forward the issues, alternatives, challenges, problems and limitations in the scheme. Our PGDM Students proactively highlighted the Problems / issues in the public transport, problems in the fare charged by auto-drivers. They also shared their thoughts on the use of alternate fuels for controlling pollution and highlighted the exemption given to trucks under the scheme which is causing more pollution than cars respectively. Their views were very well answered and appreciated by the panel.

It was an enriching experience for the students to be a part of this social debate and their participation was very well applauded by the media team.

 

2nd ALUMNI TALK SERIES at IMS Ghaziabad

January 19, 2016 Leave a comment

Alumni are the foundation of an Institute, who are leader and pioneer in the corporate industry and acts as a torchbearer for their upcoming generation. In order to polish the PGDM Students, 2nd Mock Interview session has been planned where alumni interacted with the current batch and guided them by sharing open feedback.

IMS Ghaziabad invited its eminent and very talented Alumni Ms. Shipra Sharma Choudhary, National Manager Training and Development – RE/MAX India, during the Second Alumni talk series for the PGDM batch 2015-17 held on Saturday, January 16, 2015. The session started by motivating and inspiring words from Dr. Tapan Kumar Nayak, Director – IMS Ghaziabad. Ms. Shipra shared her enriching experiences of a successful journey with the students. She shared innumerable tips on building a strong and powerful Resume. She enlightened the current batch with fundamentals and guidelines about how they can do well in the corporate world. Her session was indeed a value addition and eye opener for our PGDM 2015-17 batch. The session ended with interactive questions-answer round and students had dual benefits of getting reconnected with the alumni and learning from her experiences.

IMS PGDM Students visited Mother Diary

September 3, 2015 Leave a comment

To enhance the Corporate Exposure, an Industry Visit to Mother Dairy Plant was organized on 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th August 2015. All 300 students of PGDM 2015-17 batch visited Mother Dairy Plant, New Delhi in a team-size of 75 students.
Mother Dairy is one of the largest liquid milk operative organizations in Asia. All the Students were benefitted with knowledge of classification of milk according to PF norm, advantage of cold milk, various possible alteration, and practical of milk testing. It was an interactive session with the Mother Dairy dignitaries to satisfy the quest of young minds. Faculty Members Dr. Shalini Agarwal, Dr. Neeraj Sanghi, Dr. Sanjay Jerath and Dr. Tushar Mahajan along with CRC Members Mr. Rohit Sehgal, Ms. Nidhi Agrawal and Mr. B P Singh accompanied the students on four visits. Students took a keen interest to understand the various aspects of the business. They were briefed on topics as collection, testing, storage, packaging and distribution of milk and Ice creams.

3rd International Conference on “Skill Development and Technological Innovations for Economic Growth (ICST-2015)

September 2, 2015 Leave a comment

3rd International Conference on “Skill Development and Technological Innovations for Economic Growth (ICST-2015)” on Saturday, November 28, 2015

We are glad to inform you that IMS Ghaziabad, one of the premier B-schools of India, is organizing its 3rd International Conference on “Skill Development and Technological Innovations for Economic Growth (ICST-2015)” on Saturday, November 28, 2015.

The Conference will provide a global forum to present and discuss research on technological innovations and skill development among academicians and practitioners. The skills of the workforce and management determine the technological innovation that takes place, which then determines the demand for skills, which again influences innovation and so on. This will be achieved through multi-disciplinary research-based idea generation. The Conference endeavours to bring richness in discussion by encouraging contributions from researcher across academic institutions and industry worldwide.

The ICST-2015 includes paper presentation sessions, invited guest talks, key note addresses, plenary/valedictory discussions and best research paper award. All the participants will be having an opportunity of their paper to be published in:

• More than ten Refereed International and National Journal with ISSN No.

• Edited Book with ISBN No. with Reputed Publisher

• Theme Based International Journal

In this regard, the faculty members, research scholars, students of your institutions are invited for participation. You are requested to circulate this invite to your colleagues and friends also. We enclose herewith the flyer for the international conference. You may register online #http://www.ims-ghaziabad.ac.in/icst2015/. For further queries you may e-mail at conference@imsgzb.com.

Last Date of Submission of Abstract is September 15, 2015.

Mr. Kamalendu Bali, Director-Solutions, AP Solutions, Gurgaon, sharing his views on corporate expectations form budding managers during 26th PGDM Induction Programme at IMS Ghaziabad.

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