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IMS Ghaziabad Family welcomes Dr. C L Bansal

September 2, 2016 Leave a comment

IMS Ghaziabad Family welcomes Dr. C L Bansal, a renowned Professor from MDI Gurgaon.

We are pleased to share that Dr. Bansal, has joined IMS Ghaziabad as Professor in PGDM Department.

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Congratulations Bhupesh upadhyay, PGDM (2015-17) student, for wonderful performance during your Summer Internship.

August 24, 2016 Leave a comment

IMSians lauded for their Excellent Performance by Corporate!!!

Congratulations Bhupesh upadhyay, PGDM (2015-17) student, for wonderful performance during your Summer Internship.

We are proud of you!!!.

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IMS Ghaziabad – PGDM Students visited Yakult Plant

August 11, 2016 Leave a comment

IMS Ghaziabad, under the dynamic leadership and guidance of Prof J.P Sharma, Director IMS Ghaziabad organized an industry visit of PGDM 2015-17 students to Yakult Plant on August 5, 2016. At IMS Ghaziabad, we believe in extensive Industry Exposure through direct interaction of PGDM students with the Industry. It is aimed at helping the students in understanding the practical aspects and bridging the gap between Industry and academia.

Yakult Danone India (P) Ltd is a 50:50 JV between Yakult Honsha, Japan and Groupe Danone of France, both of which are global probiotic leaders. Yakult, a probiotic drink is manufactured at an ISO 9001:2008, HACCP and OHSAS 18001:2007 certified manufacturing facility in Sonepat, Haryana in India. IMS Ghaziabad, faculty members Ms. Surabhi Singh, Dr Mayank Kumar and senior member CRC – Mr B P Singh accompanied the students to the bottling plant.

The students learnt the different stages of developing probiotic health drink bottles. They were also exposed to the concept of good and bad bacteria during presentation by company representative. It was a great learning experience for the PGDM students.

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IMS Ghaziabad pays tribute to Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam

IMS Ghaziabad pays tribute to the People’s President – Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam

IMS Ghaziabad organized a symposium on the “Significant Contributions of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam in Nation Building” on July 27, 2016 to commemorate the first death anniversary of our beloved & most respected, Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam – 11th President of India and a World Acclaimed Scientist popularly known as the “MISSILE MAN of India”. Dr. Kalam was not only a renowned scientist but a great human being who always motivated youngsters with his humble teachings and inspiring words.

The Symposium started with the Inaugural address by Prof J.P Sharma, Director IMS Ghaziabad who has all the praises & respect for him.

The Symposium included deliberations by MCA Students on the life history of Dr. Kalam and his valuable contributions. Not only Students but everyone present, saluted Dr. Kalam’s humbleness, creativity, passion, perseverance for perfection and he continues to inspire their heart, mind and soul to fight for their dreams.

IMS Ghaziabad organized a seminar on Brexit

IMS Ghaziabad organized a seminar on “Brexit: Implications for Global & Indian Economy”, delivered by Mr. Anup Mudgal (IFS) & Former India High Commissioner to Mauritius, as part of the Special Seminar Series on July 27, 2016.

Mr. Anup Mudgal (IFS), a Career Diplomat with an illustrious career spanning over 30 years of enriched experience, was the “Guest of Honour” for the “Special Seminar Series”. Mr. Mudgal has served Government of India abroad in different capacities. He joined coveted Indian Foreign Service(IFS) in 1984 and held various assignments in different countries abroad- Mexico, Lima(Peru), Belgrade(Yugoslavia), Brussels(Belgium), Mexico City(Mexico), Vienna(Austria), Munich (Germany) etc. His last stint was as Indian High Commissioner to Port Louis (Mauritius) in 2014.

The “Special seminar Series” was initiated under the stewardship of Director IMS, Prof. J. P. Sharma. Prof. Sharma in his inaugural address eulogized Mr. Mudgal for his deep involvement with policy matters. He also acknowledged Mr. Mudgal to be member of “Governing Council of IMS”.

In his “Seminal Lecture”, Mr. Mudgal explored the genesis of ‘European Union”. First time 6 countries, including Germany, France, Italy – jointly formed “Common Coal & Steel Community”, and as a “Supra National Authority” tried to manage their interests. Later on, the membership swelled to 28, under the garb of “European Union”. Creation of such political, economic and monetary entity, allowed free movement of people, goods, services and finance. In his opinion, internal trade was totally free within 28 countries. The European Union (EU) with its 500 million population and $18 Trillion GDP, emerged as one of the great economy in the world. He further emphasized that EU is the largest trading partner for India in terms of technology, services, and professionals from India. The European Union has an elaborate structure. It has EU Secretariat at Brussels, EU Court, EU Parliament and EU President. It has also its currency named ‘Euro’, prevalent in 18 countries. The ‘Central Bank’ is controlled by ‘Economic stability pact’, and deals with ‘Exchange Rate’. The major issue of ‘Security & Foreign Policy’ is taken up by EU Council.

The UK moved to referendum. But, the Article 50 of ‘Lisbon Treaty’ exclusively deals with countries’ exiting from EU. In his opinion, if Article 50 is revoked, then manufacturers will suffer a jolt. It will lead to dampening effect on investments. The currency may lose its value. Since Chinese have invested heavily, so their currency “Yuan” will also be affected. There are prospects of changed “Geopolitics in Europe”. The EU is the largest trading partner of India hence there are very high stakes. India has already negotiated “Free Trade Agreement (FTA)”. Mr. Mudgal further speculated that downfall of Euro, Pound and Yuan can have cumulative downfall of economy worldwide. It meant India would have tough time in trade. However, he cautioned that his assertions are quite ‘speculative’ in nature and India should not be caught napping. The session was followed by ‘Question & Answer Session’

The Chairperson of “Special Seminar Series”- Dr. S.K. Dube, expressed “Vote of Thanks”, on behalf of IMS Fraternity to the ‘Guest of Honour’- Mr. Anup Mudgal (IFS) and to august gathering. He also thanked the PGDM students for being patient listener and observing discipline.

Seminar on “BREXIT: Implications for Global & Indian Economy” at IMS Ghaziabad

The ongoing “Seminar Series”, under the patronage of Prof. J.P.Sharma, Director IMS Ghaziabad, has twin stated objectives- first, to invite the renowned personality, academician, Senior Government official in the campus to deliver a “seminal Lecture” on topics pertaining to Global or National developments, with high academic value and secondly, provide IMSians an opportunity to have an open house session through “Question & Answer Session”.

The scheduled seminar on “BREXIT: Implications for Global & Indian Economy”, will be delivered by a very senior career diplomat – Former High Commissioner of India to Mauritius, Mr. Anup Mudgal. The seminal lecture will dwell on ‘global world dynamics after Britain’s announcement of exit from European Union’. This will certainly have great implications on India’s bilateral economic relations vis-à-vis Britain, in particular and European Union in general.

Mr. Anup Mudgal did his MSc, M.Phil (in Plant Sciences) from University of Delhi and joined coveted Indian Foreign Service (IFS) in 1984. During 1997-2000, as a Counsellor posted in Brussels (Belgium), he was mainly responsible for European Union issues. His stint as Deputy Chief of Mission at Vienna (Austria) in 2006-08, and also as Deputy Permanent Representative to United Nations in Vienna, gave him crucial tasks of negotiations at IAEA, Nuclear safety issues, Global energy concerns and other UN based issues. Mr. Mudgal had also served as High Commissoner of India to Port Louis (Mauritius). He was mainly responsible to ‘Indian Ocean matters’, ‘Maritime Security’, ‘Blue Economy’, developmental projects etc.

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26 Years of delivering Academic Excellence at IMS Ghaziabad

MCA Admissions 2016 Open
(College Code – 036)
Affiliated to Dr. A.P.J.A.K.T.U, Lucknow

IMS Ghaziabad, with its 26 years of legacy, boasts of its “Intellectual Capital”, “High Quality Infrastructure” imbued with “Innovative Pedagogy”, “Strong Alumni Base” and “Tech Savvy” IMSians.

We are pleased to share that IMS Ghaziabad (AKTU College Code – 036) is NAAC ‘A’ Grade Accredited Institution and a leading Institute in North India for MCA Programme. At IMS, after completion of MCA, Students have excellent job opportunities in I.T Industry in the fields of Research & Development and various positions like Software Engineer, System Manager, Web Design Specialist, Database Administrator, System Analyst, Business Analyst, Network Administrator, Entrepreneurship, Software Developer etc.

Key Features of MCA (3 Year Full Time) Programme:
a) Consistent 100% Placements Records Since Inception in Top Corporate like Wipro Technologies, Dell, NIIT, Chrome Infotech, Altametrics, ClockSoft, and many more
b) Corporate Interface for grooming Students for the corporate world
c) Value added International Certification for all Students of MCA Programme
d) Seminar, Conference, Workshop, Guest Lecture, and other Value added programmes exclusively for MCA Students
e) Personality Development and Skill Enhancement Programmes for MCA Students

Programme Objective:
The core objective of the MCA programme is to prepare the students for productive career in software industry. The emphasis is given to:
· Equip the students with the latest computer hardware and software technologies.
· Develop concept as well as analytical competencies in the areas of System Development, Project Management, Networking, Databases etc.
· Enhance the confidence of the students by developing a global vision.
· Build capability to anticipate and manage the change.
· Sharpen the communication and presentation skills.
· Understand the importance of ethical values.
· Prepare the students to be able to take decisions under extreme conditions and volatile I.T Environment

We have been delivering consistent and outstanding placements in MCA Programme and that is because of our dedication & commitment towards the students, academics and their future path. Our Placement Records are a testimony of our achievements. The Placement Track record is attached for your kind reference.

At IMS, we believe in overall development of the students, and hence a lot of curricular and co-curricular activities are organized, where student can showcase their talent, hone their skills and boost their confidence.

We at IMS, welcome you to explore and experience a journey of successful career and a bright future here at IMS Ghaziabad.

 

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