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Mega Alumni Meet at IMS Ghaziabad

Mega Alumni Meet at IMS Ghaziabad

IMS Ghaziabad organized its Mega Alumni Meet on April 19, 2017 Shri. Pramod Agarwal, Managing Trustee – IMS Ghaziabad; Shri Rakesh Chharia, General Secretary, IMS Society; Prof. J. P. Sharma, Director, IMS Ghaziabad welcomed more than 500 Alumni of PGDM & MCA Programme. Alumni were felicitated during the ceremony for their excellent contribution in professional life. The special highlight was Cultural Show by the Students & the Celebrity Performance of Mr. Atul Pandit (Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Fame) and Mr. Sachin Chauhan (Voice of India Fame), which was witnessed by all the members of IMS Family followed by dinner.

IMS Ghaziabad Senior Alumni – Mr. Debashis Das, PGDM (1995-97)

IMS Ghaziabad Senior Alumni – Mr. Debashis Das, PGDM (1995-97), Founder & Partner, Unleash Potentia talks about his Alma mater.
Today, our Alumni cover the entire globe, acting as brand ambassadors of IMS Ghaziabad, making their contributions to the corporate world & creating a difference everywhere. As alumni, who truly love and faithfully support their Institution, they take & share their pride in their institutions.

Alumni Talk Series for PGDM Students at IMS Ghaziabad

Alumni are the foundations of an Institute and acts as a torchbearer for their upcoming generation. In order to refine our PGDM Students and give them a Glimpse of the Corporate World, Alumni Talk Series are regularly planned where senior Alumni interact with the current students and guide them by sharing open feedback. IMS Ghaziabad invited its eminent and very talented Senior Alumni’s, Mr. Debashis Das, Founder & Partner, Unleash Potentia, Mr. Peeyush Dayal Mathur, Vice President, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking, Mr. Bishwa Mohan Jha, Vice President, Graphic Adds P. Ltd during the Alumni talk series organized for the PGDM batch 2016-18 on Saturday, March 04, 2017.

Prof. J.P Sharma, Director – IMS Ghaziabad during his welcome address applauded the Senior Alumni and praised them for sparing valuable time for their alma mater. Mr. Das motivated the student to become intrapreneur in their job, irrespective of the company they work for. Mr. Mathur, inspired the students to improve on their inner competencies and remain energized to perform better in the corporate world. Mr. Jha talked about the three mantras – dedication, determination and Education to be successful in corporate life.

The session ended with interactive questions-answer round and vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Tapan k. Nayak, Programme Chairperson – PGDM. PGDM Students felt a lot wiser apart from having dual benefits of getting reconnected with the alumni as well as learning from their experiences.

IMS is tremendously proud of what our Alumni has been accomplishing since leaving campus, and how they have grown in all these years.

February 23, 2017 Leave a comment

IMS is tremendously proud of what our Alumni has been accomplishing since leaving campus, and how they have grown in all these years. As you all continue on your path, fulfilling your potential and acting as brand ambassadors of IMS Ghaziabad, we wish you all the best for your future endeavors.
#IMSGhaziabad #BSchool #Alumni #Speaks #SuccessStory

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IMS is tremendously proud of what our Alumni has been accomplishing since leaving campus, and how they have grown in all these years.

December 28, 2016 Leave a comment

IMS is tremendously proud of what our Alumni has been accomplishing since leaving campus, and how they have grown in all these years. As you all continue on your path, fulfilling your potential and acting as brand ambassadors of IMS Ghaziabad, we wish you all the best for your future endeavors.

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IMS Ghaziabad organized Hyderabad Chapter Alumni Meet

December 22, 2016 Leave a comment

IMS Ghaziabad organized its first ever Hyderabad Chapter Alumni Meet on December 16, 2016 at Aditya Park – A Sarovar Portico Hotel, Ameerpet, Hyderabad Following the vision laid by our Director, Prof. J.P Sharma, IMS Ghaziabad Alumni Committee plans to engage alumni in several activities throughout the year & connect with the growing alumni base. The chapter body plans to have numerous meets in various cities which would include batch meets, informal interactions etc. to foster the alumni connect. Hyderabad Chapter Meet was our small step to connect the Alumnus working there. With your support, we plan to conduct many more such successful events in the near future.

IMS Ghaziabad Organized Role play on The Speluncean Explorers, October 5, 2016

October 10, 2016 Leave a comment

With an aim to provide holistic development to its students, #IMSGhaziabad, under the dynamic leadership of Prof. J.P Sharma, Director IMS Ghaziabad, adopted an Innovative Teaching Learning methodology; organizing #role #plays on peculiar and most popular cases for its PGDM Students. Learning by doing; #Learning by imitation; #Cognitive #development; better understanding of human behavior, situations and relations; #SWOT Analysis; development of new skills and insights into resolving problems has been the motto of these role plays.

With these objectives, a role play was organized on the case of “Speluncean Explorers” on October 5, 2016. It is the first time, when students of any B-School have presented a role play on the case study of Speluncean Explorers. Dr. Tapan K. Nayak, Chairperson PGDM, welcomed Guest for the day – Mr. Ram Prakash Singh, Advocate, District Court, #Ghaziabad. The role play was coordinated by Dr. C. L Bansal, Professor, Corporate Law and Governance and Dr. Shalini Aggarwal, Associate Professor, Finance.

“The Case of the Speluncean Explorers” is an article by legal philosopher Lon L. Fuller first published in the Harvard Law Review in 1949. It was the case of cannibalization in which five friends went to an expedition and were trapped in cave due to landslide. After mutual consent they decided that one of the friends should be killed and eaten by others so that remaining may survive. The remaining friends after being rescued were summoned to the court.

There was a panel of four senior judges and a chief justice in the court. Each differed in its reasoning and on whether the survivors should be found guilty of breaching the law. Two judges affirm the conviction, emphasizing the importance of the separation of powers and literal approach to statutory interpretation. The other two judges overturned the conviction; one focused on “common sense” and the popular will, while the other used arguments drawn from the natural law tradition, emphasizing the purposive approach. The fifth judge, who was unable to reach any conclusion, recused himself. As the Court’s decision was a tie, they were unable to reach any judgment. All the roles were well performed by the PGDM students and their performances were very well appreciated by the faculty, staff and students. They were awarded certificates of appreciation for their performances.

 

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