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4th International Conference “Competition Law” – Opportunities and Challenges in India –

Friday, 9th September 2016 Hotel: The Imperial, New Delhi, India

4th International Conference “Competition Law” – Opportunities and Challenges in India – held on Friday, 9th September 2016  at  Hotel: The Imperial, New Delhi, India.

Students of PGDM attended the event. The event was inaugurated by Honorable President, ASSOCHAM and Vice-Chairman, SERI Infrastructure Finance Limited Mr. Sunil Kanoria. He emphasized on various types of legalities to penalise those who don’t pay tax. Important dignitaries present In the event were Mr. Raj Kumar Dhoot, MP, Rajya Sabha,  Mr Manas Kumar Chaudhuri, Chairman, ASSOCHAM-National Council for Competition Law and Partner , Khaitan & Co. .

Mr. Devendra Kumar Sikri, Chairperson, Competition Commission of India and Chief Guest suggested competition between companies should be healthy and effective. He also advised competition is incentive for any organization.

There were three panel discussions having experts from leading national and multinational corporations. The participation provided very rich exposure to the students about legal issues related to corporate and regulatory authority.

Photos of International Conference of ASSOCHAM held yesterday in Hotel Imperial, New Delhi.

WORLD CONSUMER RIGHTS DAY

The World Consumer Rights Day was celebrated in which all the students and faculties of PGDM and MBA Programme very actively participated. Three interactive sessions were held on the following themes, which were conducted by Dr. Prachi Nagar, Prof. Vaishali Malhotra and Prof. Sanjeev Layek respectively.

After these sessions, there was a case study presentation on a medical problem- wrong treatment of a patient by a medical officer.

The last session was devoted on role-play highlighting the problem of a customer. The entire programme was very lively, highly informative and educative for the students.

Business Quiz

In association with Business Standard

On Friday, 4th March, 2016 campus round of ‘Business Quiz’ was organized for students of PGDM and MBA in association with Business Standard at IAMR Campus.  About 50 candidates from various management institutions participated in this round. Mr Amir Iqbal from Business Standard conducted this quiz.

The first position was held by Deeksha Gupta of IAMR, Ghaziabad, and second position by Ayushi Tyagi from MIT, Modinagar and third position by Gajender Singh from MIT, Modinagar respectively. All the winners were awarded certificates and medals by Mr. Sanjeev Layak , HOD, PGDM/MBA, IAMR. First two winners will move for the regional round to be held in the month of April.

In the later session, Mr. Amir Iqbal enlightened the students about various opportunities in different sectors of business world. He also emphasized upon the fact that enhancement of management, technical and communication skills are prerequisites for getting a good job. At the end vote of thanks is extended to everyone present there.

National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Technology and Management- A Continuum of Opportunities and Growth”

23rd April 2016

A National Seminar on “Emerging Trends in Technology & Management” organized at IAMR Group of Institutions, Ghaziabad 23rd April 2016

Eminent dignitaries delivered their valuable speeches on the topic.

Delegates and students from various Institutes participated and presented their research papers in the seminar. They are from

  1. IME, Sahibabad
  2. ITM,Meerut

No of research paper received 51
No of papers shortlisted for publication 37
No of Technical Sessions 02
No of Papers  presented 16

NATIONAL SUMMIT on Profit Re-Engineering “EXPLORING THE ROADMAPS TO CORPORATE PROFITABILITY ACROSS ECONOMY”

on Wednesday, 28th October 2015 at Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi (India)

One day NATIONAL SUMMIT on Profit Re-Engineering “EXPLORING THE ROADMAPS TO CORPORATE PROFITABILITY ACROSS ECONOMY”

on Wednesday, 28th  October 2015   at  Hotel The Royal Plaza, New Delhi (India)

organized by ASSOCHAM.

The Objectives of the programme –

  1. To understand the concept of Profit Re-Engineering
  2. To manage cost strategically.

The event was inaugurated by Dr. Anup K. Pujari, Secretary, Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India Welcome address was given by Mr Babu Lal Jain , Senior Member, ASSOCHAM  CMA Manas Kumar Thakur addressed the theme.

Dr. Anup K. Pujari, Secretary, Ministry of MSME, Govt. of India focused on revival of Medium and Small Scale Industries by applying the different costing techniques.

Speakers of the event were from various Corporate including Mr Manoj Kumar Misra , Head of Regulatory ( Strategy & Policy) , Vodafone India gave emphasized on controlling overhead for target costing – a decision making problem – needs ABC approach. Ms Vani Sharma, Director, Global Transfer Pricing Services, BSR & Co.LLP viewed on transfer pricing – ensuring the right cost in a multi division company.

Faculties and Students from PGDM 3rd and MBA 3rd Semester attended the event.

The participation provided a rich exposure to the students about the Profit Re-Engineering. Students interacted with the Corporate Leaders and various business organizations participated in the event and learnt a lot about practicalities. Students also demanded such kind of event in the future.

ASSOCHAM – 9th Annual Summit on Corporate Frauds – Risks, Preventions, and Challenges for Good Governance

Tuesday, September 29, 2015 New Delhi

One day 9th Annual Summit on Corporate Frauds – Risks, Preventions, and Challenges for Good Governance – Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at Hotel Shangri-La, New Delhi organized by ASSOCHAM.

The Objectives of the programme –

  1. To understand the concept of Corporate Frauds
  2. What are Risks, Preventions, and Challenges for Good Governance?

The event was inaugurated by Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee, Director General & CEO, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs and Member of Central Council of ICFI, Welcome address was given by Dr Ashok Haldia , Senior Member, ASSOCHAM & Member, NACAS and Managing Director & CEO, FTC India Financial Services Limited. Mr Arpinder Singh,  Partner and Leader- Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, Ernst & Young LLP delivered Theme address.

The event was divided into two technical sessions. Ms Hema Ramakrishnan Senior Editor, The Economic Times was the moderator of the first technical session. Key speakers of technical session, Ms Jyotsna Chaturvedi, Principal Associate , Maheshwari & CO. focused on legalities of Corporate Fraud. Mr Pavan Duggal, Panel Budget Associates, Advocate, Supreme Court of India shared valuable information about Cyber Crime.

Dr. Bhaskar Chatterjee focused on the following points to make a career in Digital Marketing-

  1. What is Corporate Frauds?
  2. How Corporate Frauds is the trend among Global and Domestic Companies
  3. What are the Risks and how to prevent Corporate Frauds ?

Faculties and Students from PGDM 1st Semester attended the event.

The participation provided a rich exposure to the students about the Corporate Frauds. Students interacted with the Corporate Leaders and various business organizations participated in the event and learnt a lot about practicalities. Students also demanded such kind of event in the future.

Foreign Educational Tour to Thailand

In an era where all businesses are global, and integration of Indian economy with the global economy is now an irreversible process. This calls for professionals who are well equipped to handle the new demands of industry in leading their businesses, successfully. PGDM program in IAMR strives to prepare students for a successful and rewarding career in the field of global business and groom them so that they eventually develop them into credible Global Professionals. Against this prelude, a Foreign Educational Tour for PGDM final year students, batch (2013-15) held for 5 days Thailand- Bangkok and Pattaya (11-15 April 2015).

Objectives of tour-

The main objectives of tour were-

  1. To get International Exposure.
  2. To know different cultures of people in Thailand.
  3. To get business exposure.

Students started their journey from IGI Airport, New Delhi and landed on Bangkok Airport on the 10th April 2015. The itinerary as following-

Day 1: 11/04/15 09.15 Reached Bangkok International Airport, cleared immigrations and met the Guide at Gate No.10. Transferred to Pattaya. Checked in at Sunshine One Hotel Pattaya and took lunch at Annapurna Indian Restaurant. Rested for a while and left at 18.00 for Alcazar show  ( a famous show of Pattaya). Followed by Dinner at Indian restaurant. Overnight stayed in Pattaya.

Day 2 : 12/04/15 08:00 hrs Breakfast at hotel and left for Coral Island(a famous Pattaya Beach)  at 8:30am. Enjoyed the water sports out there and took lunch at Indian Restaurant and visited Pattaya Market, conducted Market Research (survey) and learnt consumer behavior of Thailand consumers and rested for a while at night Dinner at Indian restaurant. Overnight stayed in Pattaya.

Day 3: 13/04/15 08:00 hrs Breakfast at hotel. Visited the Gems Gallery Pattaya , got lesson of Gems business including Gems manufacturing process, trading, marketing of Gems products  and tour with laser Buddha Pattaya City Lunch at Indian restaurant and and checked out of hotel room transferred  to Bangkok.. Reached Bangkok at 7 pm., Checked in at The Season Huamark ( four star Hotel) Bangkok,  and rested for a while. Dinner at Indian Restaurant. Overnight stayed in Bangkok.

Day 4 : 14/04/15 08:00 hrs Breakfast at hotel and left for Industrial visit in Bangkok, Thailand. Visited various industries include automobile sector like two wheeler brand Harley Davidson, four wheeler brands Toyota, Nissan etc. After industrial visit went to world known Safari world & Marine Park , took Lunch after that shopping tour and Dinner at Indian Restaurant. Overnight stayed in Bangkok.

Day 5: 15/04/15 09.30 hrs Breakfast at hotel and visited various departmental stores like Tesco Express Retail, McDonalds, KFC, GUCCI,  Family Mart etc and got exposure of retail sector, then market survey and shopping at Bangkok , after that around 7 PM. checked out of room, left for Bangkok International airport to catch flight to India.

Impact Value:

The tour was memorable and successful .Students got International exposure with Global brands like Harley Davidson, KFC, McDonalds, GUCCI, and Nissan etc. Students enjoyed a lot with learning and enjoyment.

National Conference and Annual Session 2015 – “Building India : A Shared Responsibility”

6-7 April 2015 : Hotel Taj Palace, Sardar Patel Marg, New Delhi

Two days CII National Conference and Annual General Meeting being held on 6- 7th April 2015 at Hotel Taj Palace; New Delhi.  The programme of the National conference is shaping up extremely was inaugurated by Mr. Arun Jaitley, Hon’ble Minister of Finance, Corporate Affairs and Information & Broadcasting, Government of India.

 Key Speakers for the Conference were:

  1. Mr M. Venkaiah Naidu, Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, Parliamentary Affairs
  2. Mr Nitin Jairam Gadkari, Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Shipping
  3. Mr Suresh Prabhu, Minister of Railways
  4. Mr Piyush Goyal, Minister of State (Independent Charge),Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy
  5. Mr Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi
  6. Dr Arvind Panagariya, Vice Chairman, The National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog
  7. Mr Sitararam Yachury, Member of Parliament (RS)
  8. Shoji Shiba, Chief Adviser, Champions for Societal Manufacturing
  9. Dr Naresh Trehan, Chairman & Managing Director, Medanta-The Medicity
  10. Mr Sunil Arora,Secretary, Minitry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship

 This was the first Annual session of CII post the taking over of the new Government at the Centre, will be the largest congregation of Ministers, political leaders, policy makers, strategic thinkers, industry leaders and media in the country.

Faculties and Students from Management Deptt. and other disciplines attended the event.

The participation provided a practical exposure to the students about the session and got an opportunity to meet personalities. Students learnt a lot from the event

Pragati-Celebrating Achievements of Women – Gender Diversity: from token to real

Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi, 30th March, 2015

One day “Pragati- Celebrating Achievements of Women-Gender Diversity: From token to real” was organized by AIMA on  30th March, 2015 at Hotel Le Meridien, New Delhi in order to celebrating achievements of women. It was AIMA’s third national meet.

The Objectives of the programme –

  1. To get familiar with women rights.
  2. To understand the root causes of gender diversity.

The event was inaugurated by Ms Khushboo Sundsr, Actor, Producer & Politician and welcome address was given by Ms Rekha Sethi, Director General, AIMA. Ms. Veena Swarup, Chairperson, Director –HR, EIL gave keynote address. Ms Seema Singh, ED, Bhartiya Mahila Bank shared her views on the topic.

Ms Khushboo Sunder, Actor, Producer & Politician, emphasized on the following points on gender diversity-

  1. Everyone should change the mindset towards women.
  2. We should create a positive environment around society, which should start from home.
  3. Women should take part in various activities whenever given an opportunity and enjoy life.
  4. She also focused on women should not regret being woman.

Eminent speakers like Mr P. Dwarkanath, Advisor, Group Human Capital, Max India Ltd, Mr Ashwini Singla, MD & Chief Executive, Penn Schoen Berland South Asia Pvt. Ltd,, Ms Sonia Srivastava, Head- CSR, South Asia, Intel, Ms Vani Gupta, Marketing Director, Pepsico India had presented their opinions on the topic. The session was fruitful and knowledgeable.

Faculties and Students from PGDM, MBA, BBA and Engineering participated in the event.

The participation provided great exposure to faculties and students. Specifically, students got familiar with corporate culture and understood the rights of their own.. Students also echoed such kind of event in the future.