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ABHILASHA

BI ANNUAL NEWSLETTER


JULY 2011
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JAN 2012

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No

EVENT NAME

1.


Blood Donation Camp

2.


Collage and Slogan Writing Competition

3.


Fresher’s Party 2011
-
2012

4.


Wheel Chairs Donation by the Students

5.


Think Quest Competition

6.


National
Education Day

7.


University Sports Meet 2011

8.


Industrial Visit to PARLE Bhadurgarh

9.


Lecture on GD &PI Technique

10.


Parent Teacher Meet Report

11.


FDP Workshop

12.


IT Workshop

13.


Mock Placement Interview


14.


New Year Faculty Get Together

15.


Intra College Cultural
Events (Rangoli, Cartooning)

16.


National Conference

17.


Guest Lecturer FDI in Retail by Mr S.Sarkar (IMS)

18.


Workshop on DotNet

19.


Paper Presentation/ Participation

Individual Report


Editor: Dr. Savita Pathak



INSTITUTE OF INNOVATION IN TECHNOLOGY AND
MANAGEMENT

GGS INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY, DELHI

D27, 28, Institutional Area, Janakpuri, New Delhi


Blood Donation Camp

8th September 2011

On 8th September 2011, a blood donation camp was organized in the premises of INSTITUTE OF
INNOVATION IN TECHNOLOGY AN
D MANAGEMENT (IITM), in association with NATIONAL THALASSEMIA
WELFARE SOCIETY and Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, New Delhi. The blood donation camp saw an
active participation of 160 volunteers/donors including students and faculty members of IITM. The
NATI
ONAL THALASSEMIA WELFARE SOCIETY comprised of Dr J. S. Arora, Mrs. Monisha Gogoi and their
team while DDU team comprised of Dr (Mrs) Mausumi Swami and her dedicated team. The organization
team of IITM comprised of faculty members including Prof C. P. Chawl
a (Director), Dr Savita Pathak, Mr
Dhiraj Kumar Jha, Mrs Anu Aggarwal, and student members


Sachleen, Ankita, and Laskhay. The
National Thalassemia Welfare Society works for thalassemic patients in India. It is estimated that
currently 3.5 crore people in

India are suffering from Thalassemia. 10,000 thalassemic children are born
in India every year, each requiring monthly blood transfusions. The cost of treatment comes to around.
Rs 50,000 to Rs 2 lakhs per annum







The blood donation camp started at
9:00am and ended at 2:00pm.The donors and the volunteers were
provided with refreshments .This blood donation camp helped spread awareness about the need of
blood among patients. The Director of IITM, Prof C.P Chawla, reiterated the donation of blood as a
noble
life
-
saving deed and thanked the National Thalassemia Welfare Society, the staff of DDU Hospital, the
donors and the volunteers without whose help this camp would not have been possible.



REPORT ON COLLAGE and SLOGAN WRITING
COMPETITION

21 September

2011

On 21 Sep 2011 Institute of Innovation in Technology and Management, Janakpuri ,a premier
technology and management institute affiliated to GGSIP University, New Delhi in association with


IIPM
Delhi organized a collage competition in its premises. T
he topics for the competition were:


Impacts of Global Warming.

Students Against Corruption and Kickbacks.

India Against Terrorism.

MNC Vs Indian Companies.


Students of all the semesters of various programmes

BBA,BBACAM and BCA took part in this event.
Director Prof C.P Chawla welcomed the vibrant spirit of the young generation who came forward in a
very constructive manner to change the barriers of all pervasive development.

The allotted time for the event wa
s forty minutes and it was full of great vigor and enthusiasm. Due to
the huge participation of student’s, an intial screening was done on the basis of slogan writing and the
shortlisted participants were sent for the next round of collage competition. Th
e college also organized
an IN

HOUSE poster Competition to motivate all the other participants. The students were full of
creative ideas and concepts .They worked in different teams putting together an array of their brilliant
thoughts and creative ideas.

The Judges for the programme were Mr Sukhwinder Singh,MrsTaxila
Arora,MrsSudeepa Roy Dey,Dr. Sharmistha Sarma who were overwhelmed with students participation.

The judges also selected team winners for The In

HOUSE collage competition who were awarded
ce
rtificate of appreciation. Students who were selected as winners are as follows:
-

Neha Verma,Richa Singh,Arushi,Mehak(BCA
-
III)

Aditi, Neha, Parul, Pallavi, Neelam (BCA_I)

Reena, Aaina, Neha, Himani (BCA
-
V)


Report of Fresher’s Party

24 October 2011

Venue:S.K. Westend,Janakpuri

Objective: to introduce new students with senior students

To make new student comfortable in new environment

Summary:

The fresher party of Institute of Innovation in Technology was full of vigor.The major events were
dancing a
nd singing performance by students. The chairman of the Institute Sri J C Sharma addressed
and welcomed the students and wished them for creative and fruitful career.Anmol and his group
mesmerized audience with their break dance. Jasmeen and Gagandeep and
their team came with colour
full dance of Punjab. During the programme the anchors Benika BCA III sem and Sanya Bcam V m
cracked jokes and made environment full of laughter.The major event of programme was choosing Mr
and Ms Freshers .The event saw tuff co
mpetition. Individual shown their capability and talent during
talent round and won the heart of the judges with their presence of mind. Ms Parul Jain an Mr Rishabh
won the title.






Report on Donation of Wheel chair to DCCW

9 November 2011

IITM donated wheel chairs to the Delhi Council for child welfare, for Physically and mentally retarded
children. We had donated 6 chairs of cost 4200/
-

each to Delhi Council for Child Welfare (DCCW) to
motivate the children for this noble cost which is con
tributed by students as well as Faculty of IITM,
Janak Puri, Delhi. We encourage our students to make some donation for these types of children.













REPORT ON ORACLE’S THINK QUEST COMPETITION
2012


DEVELOPMENT EVENT


10 November 2011

Present:



Prof. Anil Chopra


Director (IITM


JP)



Ms. Geet Singh


Marketing Manager, Oracle Education Foundation (Mumbai)



Students of BCA of IITM
-

JP



Students of MCA of IITM

Procedure:

1.

A lecture and presentation of 1 hour was conducted by Ms. Geet Singh , of Oracl
e Education
Foundation (Mumbai).

2.


This lecture was given to the students covering the rules of the ThinkQuest Competition 2012,
which is being conducted for the students in the age group of 18
-
22 on international level.

3.

Ms.Geet also explained the students
the need for participating in such competitions.

4.

A motivating lecture was given by Prof. Anil Chopra (Director


IITM


JP) about the present job
scenario and need for students to participate in such events.




Findings

1.

DETAILS REGARDING COMPETITION

The Th
inkQuest Competition engages students to solve a problem using their technology, critical
thinking, and communication skills.

The below mentioned events were explained to the students:



Digital Media


Instructions:

1. Students in the age gr
oup 19 and under can participate.


2. A team of 1
-
6 students is required along with a coach.


3. Produce an online journal/blog, a stand
-
alone website, photo essay,
animation, public service announcement, video or some combination of these items.




Application Development


Instructions:

1. Students in the age grou
p 18
-
22 can participate.


2. A team of 1
-
6 students is required along with a coach.


3. Develop an interactive application or game using any programming
language.




Prizes



1
st

and 2
nd

place team members receive a laptop computer and a trip to
ThinkQuest Live
, a once
-
in
-
a
-
lifetime educational experience in the San
Francisco Bay Area, California.



3
rd

place team members receive a laptop computer.



The ten schools or organizations that regi
ster the most Competition participants
will receive $5,000 USD for educational purposes.



All teams that submit entries will be eligible to receive certificates of
participation.



Teams that finish in the top 10% will be eligible to receive certificates of
d
istinction.




Schedule



Competition Opens: September 14, 2011



Entry Deadline: Wednesday, April 25, 2012



Winners Announcement: Scheduled for June 20, 2012


2.

The other details are available on the website:
http://www.thinkquest.org/competition/








3.

NEED FOR PARTICIPATING IN SUCH COMPETITIONS:

Apart from what programming languages the students learn in their daily classroom sessions, it
is very important for them to implement thei
r logics and concepts by developing some software
or by designing something new. As the ThinkQuest Competition engages students to solve a
problem using their technology, critical thinking, and communication skills, it is going a play a big
role in develop
ing their personality in a complete way, which is what the IT companies are
looking for.




Conclusions:

1.

The lecture and presentation was very inspiring and motivating.

2.

Students have shown keen interest in participating in this competition.




N
ational Education Day

11 November 2011

On 11
th

of Nov11 celebrated the birth day of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, as National Education
Day.Maulana Kalam

was a great leader of freedom struggle. He was India’s first Union Minister
of Education and contributed immensely to the cause of education in India.

In order to pay tribute to this great son of India, students presented their views in the
elocution com
petition.





THE ANNUAL SPORTS MEET
-

2011


Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University organized ‘The Annual Sports Meet


2011’ from
11
th

Nov 2011 to 13
th

Nov 2011 in its new Dwarka campus. In this mega event almost sixty
affiliated institutions partici
pated including our institute i.e. ‘Institute of Innovation in
technology and Management (IITM
-
JP)’. The ceremony was inaugurated by the honourable
vice
-
chancellor of GGSIPU Dr. D. K. Bandopadhyay along with the registrar Dr. B.P. Joshi, Prof.
Anoop Beni
wal and Prof. C.P. Singh. The inauguration ceremony was started with lighting of
lamp and followed by March past in which all teams of affiliated institutes and university team
has participated alphabetically. Mr. Nitin Kankarwal student of bba
-
V
th
(E) was

the flag bearer of
IITM
-
JP in the march past. The march past was held in the leadership of Rajputana Rifle Band,
who were playing the song ‘SARE JAHAN SE ACHHA….’















There were

eight categories of events and IITM
-
JP participated in almost all the event with
sports spirit and enthusiasm. In the first day of ‘the Annual Sports Meet


2011’ our team
qualified in the first round of football, chess and arm wrestling. In the second da
y of the event
the IITM
-
JP reached in the final of arm wrestling and third round of football.


In the third and last day Mr. Inder Singh of BCA
-
III was in the final of arm wrestling in the
category of 60
-
70 Kg and IITM
-
JP football team was in the semifinal
. In 60
-
70 Kg category of
arm wrestling Mr. Inder Singh won the first gold medal for IITM
-
JP. IITM
-
JP football team could
not secure a place in the final but by defeating Amity Bijwasan our team secured third rank.

After the final match of football closing

ceremony was held which was presided by the registrar
Dr. B.P. Joshi. In the closing ceremony prizes were distributed to the winners and the runner
-
ups for the respective events.

Finally we can say that within three years of IITM
-
JP’s existence and second

year of its
participation, it has created a history by winning a gold medal and securing third position in
football event.

The event was coordinated by Mr. Dhiraj Kumar Jha (faculty), Mr. Nikhil Gupta (faculty), Mr.
Sylvester Francis (student) and Mr.
Nitin Kankarwal (student).


Industrial Visit to PARLE , Bahadurgarh


14 November 2011
An industrial visit was organised by Institute of Innovation in Technology & Management on 14
th

Nov’
2011(Monday) to PARLE industry, located at Bahadurgarh,
Haryana. A group of 47 students of 5
th

semester from all the Programs


BBA(G),BCA AND BBA
-
CAM were taken to the visit. The purpose of the
visit was to make them understand how the things take place in real world.

Mr. Govind Murari and Mr. Ankit Dhamija we
re the Chief coordinators for the visit and they
accompained students to the visit.

The bus left for PARLE at 09:30 AM and reached there at 11:00 AM. Mr. Satish (Visit coordinator from
PARLE) received us and took us to their Auditorium Hall where a half an

hour animated movie was
shown. The movie described how PARLE was emerged , how many industries all over India PARLE has
set up and what are the products manufactured by PARLE.The movie also showed the manufacturing
process of various products like parle
g, krackjack, toffee, preparation, creams , wafers etc.

After the movie, the students were taken for a round of the whole plant and were shown the
manufacturing process of various products such as parle g, krackjack etc












Afte
r that, students were again taken back to the Auditorium Hall for the Query and Doubts Clearance
session. Mr. Vishal, Asst. Manager, HR headed the query session. The students asked a lot of queries and
cleared their doubts on various issues like how Parle
deals with Inflation. To which Mr. Vishal replied
that Parle is following various cost cutting techniques such as shifting employees from one department
to another so that salary of new hiring can be saved, reusing unbaked, wrong shaped biscuits and
recycl
ing them and so on. Mr. Vishal answered the queries very politely and cleared all the doubts
students.


After the query session, Mr. Vishal organised a Dance Competition for students. Five boys and five girls
were chosen randomly and were made to dance to
top bollywood numbers which students enjoyed a
lot. After several rounds, 3 winners were selected by Mr. Vishal who was given suitable gifts.

After that all students were given a Parle G Biscuit Packet and toffees as refreshments and there the visit
ended.

The students left PARLE with sweet memories and boarded for the bus for the Institute. They were back
by 3:00 PM.

So it was a great learning experience for the students.



Report of Placement Training Programme


24 November 2011

IITM in collaboration with IMS organized a seminar on 24 November, 2011 at 11.30 in the


Institute’s auditorium. The seminar that addressed the following areas:
-

1.

CV Making

2.

Group Discussion

3.

Personal Interviews

The seminar was initiated by Professor

Chaturvedi Director IITM who enlightened the students on
important aspects of personality. Thereon the discussion was taken by Mr. Abhishek(IMS) who
discussed about the criteria of CV short listing .He also gave valuable points to be kept in mind while
pr
eparing the CV like (order of details, tabular presentation ,font etc:)


Mr. Kunal from IMS later on threw light on the various aspects of group discussion and personal
interview. He randomly chose the topic
“Japan’s earthquake and its impact on the world
economy”.
Taking example

of this topic he discussed the parameters on which a candidate is
evaluated in a group discussion.

After the group discussion he equipped the students with the important characteristics of a personal
interview. In the discussion h
e focused on the aspects like positive attitude, professional attire etc:


The discussion was followed by a query session in which students wh
ole heartedly came up with
their

queries which were satisfactorily answered by the IMS team and Professor Handa an
d Dr
Sushmita (Faculty IITM). Towards the end, a seminar feedback form was distributed to the
students. The seminar proved to be valuable for the students.










Programme was coordinated by faculty members Dr Savita Pathak, Ms Kanika Minocha and Ms
Sonal Nagpal with full involvement of our students Kanika Chopra , Sonia, Vivek and others.




Faculty Development Program

12 December 2011

Objective:

Due to expansion of knowledge in every area, it has become necessary to keep pace with time for
everybody particularly for faculty. A FDP was organized by the Institute w.e.f. 12
-
December
-
2011.

The speakers were as order:

Date


Speakers

Topics


12
-
12
-
2011

Prof. Anil Chopra

Prof. R.S.Srivastava

Mr. Deepak Trivedi

Electronic Warfare

Human Values

Marketing Objective

13
-
12
-
2011

Mr. Govind Murari Upadhyay

Dr. Savita Pathak

Java Virtual Machine

Team Work

14
-
12
-
2011

Mrs. Neha Mittal Bhaskar

Mr. Ankit Dhamija

Ms. Supriya Jolly

Client Server Architecture

Listening Skills

Trees in Data Structures

15
-
12
-
2011

Prof. Anil Chopra

Mrs. Madhu Chauhan

Mrs. Subhra

Prof. R.S.Srivastava

Yoga(Tips)

Cryptography

Basics of C

Success Code

16
-
12
-
2011

Dr. Sushmita Biswal


Mrs.

Deepika Dhamija

Prof. R.S.Srivastava

Workforce Rationalization

Social Search

Success Mantra

02
-
01
-
2012

Ms. Sukhivinder Singh

Retail Sector in India Opportunity and
Challenges

07
-
01
-
2012

Ms. Ankita

Ms. Lavisha

Mrs. Taxila Arora

Mrs. Neha Gupta

Mrs.
Shalu Kapoor

Ms. Kalpana

Dr. Jyoti

Mrs. Simranjeet Kaur

3
-
D Password

3
-
D Password

Managing Finance

Management thoughts by King Ram

Vedic Maths

Laughter Therapy

Accounting

Stress Management


All the faculty members were the attendees of the Faculty
Development Program. And this program was
very much fruitful for all the IT and Management faculties.

Summary
:

The program is yet to continue to enable the remaining faculty who couldn’t present paper. This will be
followed by Lecturer and experts.




REPO
RT ON SOFTWARE TESTING WORKSHOP

20 December 2011


Speaker:



Mr. Ravi Ranjan Roy

Extreme Consultant

Details:

Institute of Innovation in Technology & Management organized a workshop on “SOFTWARE
TESTING” from 20/12/2011 to 27/12/2011.Mr.Ravi Ranjan

from Extreme Consultants imparted
the theoretical as well as practical knowledge to the faculty members on latest testing tools(
Manual , Automated) used in the industry.

DAY
-
1


Brief introduction of software engineering parts like System Requirement, Analysis & Design
was covered
.
Overview of Software Testing was also given by Mr. Ranjan covering the basics of
Software Testing & STLC.









DAY
-
2

Mr. Ranjan gave overview of Te
st Plan, Test Report and Test Case on day 2.He also explained
different types of testing techniques. He started with IBM Rational Functional Tester and gave
an overview of the software.


DAY
-
3

On the third day he continued with IBM RFT and a practical sess
ion was conducted. All the
participants were given Hands on practice on running application.By the end of the day, we
learned how to record, run and modify the script & how to insert verification points.


DAY
-
4

IBM Rational Quality Manager was introduced t
o the participants. Mr.Ranjan explained the
functionality of RQM and everyone did the hands on practice to get familiar with the benefits of
the software. At the end of the session we learned how to create and execute test cases,
examine the test result an
d report test result.





DAY
-
5

On the last day of the session, IBM Rational Robot was explained to the participants and hands

On practice session for the same was also done. Mr.Ranjan took a query session and cleared
the doubts related to software testing

and the topics covered in previous sessions of the
workshop.


Conclusions:


This workshop helped all the participants to get familiar with Software Testing tools such as RFT, RQM
and Rational Robot. All the members in the workshop got the exposure of curr
ent industry trend. The
lecture and presentation was very beneficial and valuable. Everybody actively participated in the
workshop, making it successful.



REPORT ON PRE
-
PLACEMENT PREPARATION


2011
(FINAL BCA
-
M & E)

November 30, 2011

The pre
-
placement preparation (PPP) for the session 2011 (final BCA
-
M & E) was held on 30.11.2011.
The students were asked to come in formals along with their CVs before 9.30 a.m. There were 37
students in all who reported for the mock placement. Three ses
sions


Group Discussion, Aptitude test

and
Interview



were scheduled for the entire day.


i)


After the students congregated in the conference hall, groups were formed (5 students
each) and sent to different classrooms for the
Group Discussion
. For each
group there were
a panel of judges (comprising of at least 3 faculty members) to evaluate each student
participating in the GD. Each judge was handed a form consisting of different parameters,
on which they were expected to evaluate (Annexure 1) the studen
ts.

ii)

After a break of half
-
an
-
hour, the
Aptitude test

(Annexure 2) was held wherein the students
were made to sit in different classrooms and take the test individually. The aptitude test
comprised of 60 multiple choice questions (mainly from maths, english
, logical reasoning,
data analysis, IT etc) to be attempted in 1 hour. A sample question paper of the aptitude
test was mailed to the students before one week.

iii)

Following this, after a break of an hour, the
P
reliminary round of interviews

started wherein,
apart from general questions, more stress was laid on IT related questions. Each panel
comprised of 2 judges from the IT department and 1 judge from the management
department. Each student was to be evaluated on the given parameters (Annexure 3), by
each j
udge separately.

The scores were calculated immediately after each round.

iv)

Before the
final round of interview
, aggregate scores for each student (in all the three
rounds) were calculated. At the end of the 3 rounds (i.e. GD, aptitude test, and prelim.
int
erview) 14 students were selected for the final round (based on their performance). The
final round comprised of senior faculties across IT and management departments and there
were no specifications, as such, regarding the questions to be put to the candi
dates.


Finally, out of the 14, four students were selected taking into account their exemplary
performance in all the four rounds. At the end, the results were announced and all the
students were addressed by the Director, Prof A Chopra.

These four stu
dents who were selected after the final interview round will become members of the Pre
-
Placement Preparation Team. They will be reporting to the PPP team and their roles will be decided by
the PPP team head in consultation with the other PPP members.

For
the above, the Pre
-
Placement Preparation team comprised of Ms Shalu Kapoor, Ms Neha Gupta, Ms
Madhu Chauhan, Ms Monica Sharma and Dr Sushmita B Waraich (heading the team).

Certain observations made:



Due to the misconception among the students that for tho
se with “backs”, this preparation
would be an useless exercise, many students did not turn up.



Errors were found in their CV formats.



Basic etiquettes like wishing the interviewers/judges or thanking them at the end were missing.



All the students were quit
e motivated about the entire process and they were of the view that
this should happen on a regular basis.



The students, even some who were not selected for the final round waited patiently and eagerly
till the end i.e. 4.50 p.m.



There is still a lot of s
cope for improvements and streamlining the same.








NEW YEAR PARTY 2012

4 January 2012

IITM JP organized a community get together on the occasion of New Year on 4
th

Jan. ’12. All the
faculties and staff members were present.

Event started with warm wishes from respected Sh. J.C.Sharma, Chairman of IITM group of
Institutions and carried by Prof. Anil Chopra, Director of IITM JP. Among the other dignities present
were Prof. S Chaturvedi, Mr. B.K. Sharma, Col. A.K. Gupta, Prof C.
P. Chawla and Prof. R.S. Srivastav.
The other faculty members actively participated in celebrating New Year by showing their hidden
talent.


Mrs. Shubhra & Ms. Surbhi entertained with
their melodious voice where as a group
song was presented
by Mrs. Madhu
Chauhan, Mrs. Sudeepa Roy Dey, Mrs. Alka ,
Dr. Savita Pathak and Mrs. Nidhi Jain.


After that faculties met for a lunch at the Institute premises. The event closed with wishing one and
all New & Prosperous Year’12.

The event was a
bly organized by Ms. Ankita & Ms. Lavisha.


INTRA CULTURAL EVENT
S

11, 12 January 2012

On, IITM JP started with a series of intra cultural events. Many students showed their excellence by
performing outstandingly in various events.


Rangoli

competition



Cartooning Competition







Clay Modeling competition







A “Rangoli competition” was organized by the Institute w
hich was based on the theme “Seasons of
India” and “Women Empowerment”. Students participated enthusiastically as 20 teams took part in the
competition. The competition was tough but Damini and Sabhya BBA (CAM) (2nd sem. M) stole the
show by showing their
innovation in rangoli designs.

A cartooning competition was organized by the Institute which was based on the theme”Anger v/s
Hunger”. 10 Students showed their zeal through their humorous cartooning. The first prize was taken
away by Aditi Aggarwal BCA (2
nd

sem. E).

A “Clay Modeling” competition was organized by the Institute which was based on the theme “Temple
of India”. 5 teams participated and showed their talent by molding colorful clays into graceful temples
and the winners were Amit and Mahesh BBA(C
AM)(4
th

sem.. E)




Collage competition



O
n the Spot Painting competition




Creative Writing (Hindi/English) competition



A Collage competition was organized by the Institute which was

based on the theme” Global warming”
and “Corruption”. 10 teams participated in a very healthy spirit and gave a social message through their
collage. The first prize was bagged by Richa, Neha, Mehak, Arushi BCA (4th sem. M).

An “On the Spot Painting”
competition was organized by the institute which was based on the theme
“Growing India”. 8 Students took part in this colorful event and Babli Pandey BBA (CAM) (2
nd

sem. M)
was the winner of the event.

A “Creative Writing” competition was organized by the

Institute which was based on the topic
“Memories of School days”. 12 Students expressed their thoughts, feelings and emotions through their
creative narration. Chaarvi Sardana BCA(4
th

sem. E) and Sharda Aggarwal BCA(4
th

sem. E) bagged fi
rst
prize for Creative writing English and Creative writing Hindi respectively.

Poetry Recitation(Hindi)

A “Poetry” competition was organized by the Institute.8 students came forward to showcase their
wonderful compositions and Sajal Aggarwal B
CA (6
th

sem. M) emerged as the winner from the crowd.

Debate competition

A “Debate” competition was organized by the Institute on the topic “Should there be reservation on the
basis of caste or class (economic criteria)”. 10 students participated in compet
itive spirit and exhibited
their intelligence. Deepanshu Chaudhary and Rashmi Jha BBA (4th sem.) were the winners.


National Conference on the
“Demographic Dividend of
India: Myth or Reality”


21 January 2012

O
n 21 Jan 2012,

Institute of Innovation in Technology and Management, Janakpuri

, affiliated to GGSIP
University, New Delhi
held a national conference in its premises. The conference was inaugurated by
eminent, administrator, parliamentarian, and scholar and ex governor
of Karnatka, Padamvibhushan shri
TN Chaturvedi. In his
inaugural

speech
he appreciated
the objectives

of the conference

and said the
demographic dividend is a rise in the rate of economic growth due to a rising share of working age people
in a population.

The magnitude of the demographic dividend appears to be dependent on the ability of
the economy to absorb and productively employ the extra workers; it

is now for the nation to provide the
right kind of policies to ensure that these working populations ar
e productively employed
.


Mr JC Sharma Chairman IITM welcomed participants and proposed to discuss the opportunities
conferred and challenges confronted by this bulge in the working age population. He emphasized,’ a
comprehensive effort should be made to
integrate every one into the mainstream of development to
create the synergy which favorable demography offers us. The conference was divided in to two technical
session chaired by eminent scholar like
Dr V.K Panchal(
Scientist 'G', DTRL (
DRDO
), Delhi



Not
ed scholar and head of the department of Social Science & Humanities, NCERT Dr Saroj Yadav in her
key note speech focused that
a time when India is emerging as a nation to be reckoned with the
capability to make a change in every sphere, its ability to le
verage the demographic divide
nd holds the


key to its success.




Almost eleven scholars presented their paper on different aspects of demographic dividend
-

A Critical
Analysis of Demographic Dividend with respect to Challenging Issues

by prof
RamRatan DRDO,
Demographic Dividend: Opportunities and Challenges Ahead

Dr.Saif Siddiqui JMI,Monica Sharma,IITM,,
DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS IN PRIMITIVE TRIBE

Dr. Pramod Misra, and
Prof. A.K. Kapoor, Professor Dept. of
Anthropology, University of

Delhi are a few

among them

The papers related the different aspects of Demographic dividend were compiled and edited by Dr
Sharmishtha Sarma,faculty IITM,was inaugurated during the conference. Director General of IITM Prof S
Chaturvedi and director Anil Chopra gave vote
of thanks to all the participants and guest. Students and
faculty members of IITM actively participated during interjections.




Guest Lecture on FDI Retail


6 February 2012

Participants/Key Speaker with name of organization and designation

Mr Sariputta
Sarkar


TIME education Pvt Ltd

Chief Mentor


Objective: To familiarize student with current
topic such

As Retail FDI




Summary of the event:

Retailing is a distribution channel function, where one organisation buys products from supplying firms
or manufac
tures products themselves, and then sells these directly to consumers. The retail
industry

is
divided into organised and unorganised sectors. Organized retail such supermarkets accounts fo
r just
4% of the market as of 2008.

India
, in the first posi
tion in 2009, scaled back to the third position

in 2011
.

The retail business in India is estimated to grow at 13% from $322 billion in 2006
-
07 to $590 billion in
2011
-
12.

A good talent pool, unli
mited opportunities, huge markets and availability of quality raw
materials at cheaper costs is expected to make India overtake the world's best retail economies by
2042, according to industry players. Mr Sarkar discussed all the prevailing issues, challen
ges ,
opportunities , scope in his structured interaction with students.



Report on ASP.NET Workshop

8 February 2012

Participants/Key Speaker with name of organization and designation






Mr. Anshul Kaushal

Director(Aptech,Janak Puri,Rajori
garden,Kamla Nagar)



Mr. Rahul Walia

Microsoft Certified Corporate trainer



Mr.Laiq Ahmed
-

Dotnet Trainer from Aptec h



Mr.Pankaj Tiwari
-

Dotnet Trainer from Aptec h



Mr.Ashish Banjani
-

Dotnet Trainer from Aptec h



Mr.Shamim Khan
-
Marketing Head(Aptech,Janak P
uri,Rajori garden)



Students of BCA (IV) of IITM
-

JP


Objective: To introduce the concepts
of Object

Oriented Programming and impart the basic knowledge
of Dot Net Platform to the students.




Summary of the event: The workshop was structured in two sessio
ns, theoretical and practical. First
session consisted of the lecture and presentation of two hours which was further followed by a practical
session. Mr. Anshul Kaushal gave the brief introduction of various Microsoft technologies available in
the market

.Mr.Rahul Walia had an interactive session with the students explaining the Object Oriented
Programming features, difference between command line interface and graphical user interface,
introduction to Front end and backend, different Languages supported
by dot net platform and
Database connectivity. After the lecture, a practical session was organized for the students. Students
were given training on how to create a website application using dot net .They also had hands on
experience on how to connect the

front end with the backend i.e. C sharp with SQL Server.