Entrepreneurship has become a major force in global economy. This is the engine of economic endeavor that drives industrial democracy. Policy makers across the globe are discovering that economic growth and prosperity lie in the hands of entrepreneur apart from making the world a better place to live in. Those who possess entrepreneurial spirit would continue to lead the economic revolution in future.
A good business plan is a prerequisite for funding and is a right road map to a successful business. An understanding of Business models and Business plans is very critical to survival of a business and this skill is often found lacking amongst entrepreneurs and managers. This workshop is focused on enhancing the understanding of Business Model and Business Plan amongst entrepreneurs, managers and other stakeholders.
Currently one of the fastest growing major economies in the world, India is ready to unlock its full potential. Certain economic initiatives in the recent past have been recognized as game changers that have the potential to propel the country towards significant growth. Some of the initiatives such as Make in India campaign, demonetization and GST could have far reaching impacts and may usher in greater and more inclusive economic development. It is believed that complementary interventions such as demonetization and GST could lead to benefits such as expansion of the tax base, greater transparency, GDP growth and higher foreign investment flows, increased participation in the formal economy, simplification of the tax structure, greater digital financial inclusion, corruption-free regime and greater ease of doing business in India.
Sat23Dec2017Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida
Faculty Development Workshop on 'Best Practices in Teaching Research & Data Analytics'
We are pleased to invite you to the Faculty Development Workshop on 'Best Practices in Teaching Research & Data Analytics' at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida on Saturday, 23rd Dec 2017. The theme of the workshop is understanding the theoretical aspects of Data Analytics, working on industrial projects & solve current research problems. A detailed brochure is attached for your perusal.
The workshop will be of great value to academicians, Ph.D. scholars, research scholars and students interested in research as it outlines the topics broadly related to data analytics & teaching strategies.
The workshop acknowledges learning from Illustrious and distinguished International experts and researchers, Dr. David Wyant, Assistant Professor at Belmont University, Dr. William Stroube, Professor and Director of Healthcare Services Administration, University of Evansville, USA and Dr. Ashish Chandra, Professor- Healthcare Administration School of business at the University of Houston, Texas, USA. They will be delivering the workshop with their immense experience and knowledge in the domain of research and data analytics.
The Workshop aims at enabling participants with the following:
- Have an idea about what is involved in the development of a publishable research, common mistakes made by authors in their submission in journals - Networking and Collaboration opportunities with national and international researchers - Understanding of the role and value of data analytics as it pertains to business entities
Don't let this golden opportunity to slip. Register early and confirm your seat.
Please feel free to contact the undersigned for additional queries.
Poonam Sharma , PhD Professor of Marketing & Dean International Relations Jaipuria Institutes of Management, Noida
Entrepreneurship has gained impetus in India. All round we see efforts being made to make India an entrepreneurship hub. A lot of focus is on skill development and job creation. Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family Business (CEFB) at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida is planning a symposium on entrepreneurship where renowned personality, Mr. Ashok Soota, will be addressing the gathering.
6th Jaipuria Annual Management Conference DIGITAL INDIA TRANSFORMING INDIA Saturday, 4th March 2017 At Jaipuria Institute of Management, NoidaIntroduction
In recent times, the world has witnessed emergence of highly efficient and inexpensive information networks that has undeniably increased the volume of available information. This has significantly impacted the way information is produced and distributed across stakeholders in different industries. This has far reaching effect on society and given the fundamental role of information, it has a profound impact on the business and economy.PROGRAMME SCHEDULE TIME PROGRAM 8:30 AM-9:30 AM Registration 9:30 AM-11:00 AM Inaugural Session 11:00 AM-11:30 AM Networking Tea 11:30 AM-12:30 PM Session-I Impact of Digital Technologies on the Economy, Society & Business 12:30 PM-12:50 PM Networking Tea 12:50 PM-1:50 PM Session-II Impact of Technology on Learning Among Youth 1.50 PM-2.00 PM Vote of Thanks 2.00 PM Onwards/td> Networking Lunch
Fri10Feb2017Sat11Feb20179:00 amJaipuria NoidaIntroduction
Since the birth of modern economy, the death of once successful companies has been a fact of life. Limited by their ability to respond to disruptive change, only select few companies have managed to survive and remain dominant in their industries over the last 50 years.
Faculty Development Programme On Advanced Data Analysis On 24th December, 2016 At Jaipuria Institute of Management, NoidaIntroduction
With the increase in complexities of modern business, it is not possible to rely on the unscientific decisions based on the intuition. This provides the scientific methods for tackling various problems for modern business. Many researchers find data analysis and interpretation as a challenging and arduous passage in the research process. Thanks to packages like SPSS, that has made the research endeavor easy. Still, the researchers seek the help of experts who can skillfully use the statistical tools available at our disposal. This workshop aims to educate current as well as future researchers in social sciences in the application of statistical tools, in extracting meaning from the collected data.Objectives of the Workshop The participants will get exposure to various multivariate data analysis in research at an advanced level. It is aimed to expose participants to a selected set of multivariate statistical tools and data mining approaches. It will help in understanding the applicability and the underlying logic of the statistical tools. It will also help in enhancing the knowledge base of using the statistical software for interpreting the outputs and utilizing the data for management and business related decisions. To enhance the quality of research in the B schools. PROGRAMME SCHEDULE Duration Topics 10:00 AM – 11: 30 AM Discriminant Analysis: Model & Illustration Discriminant Analysis: Two Groups Discriminant Analysis: Three Groups 11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Tea Break 11:45 AM – 01:15 PM Cluster Analysis: Technique ad Usage Cluster Analysis: Metric Data Cluster Analysis: Non-Metric data 01:15 PM – 02: 00 PM Lunch Break 02:00 PM – 03:30 PM Multi-Dimensional Scaling Conducting MDS with Similarity Data Conducting MDS with Preference Data 03.30 PM – 03.45 PM Tea Break 03:45 PM – 05:15 PM Perceptual Mapping 05:15 PM – 06:00 PM Valedictory and Certificate Distribution Who can Attend
Academicians, practitioners, research scholars, anyone who wants to develop a holistic view on the advanced statistical tools and its interpretation. AMOS software training is intended to instill confidence in data analysis and its interpretation. Corporate and educational Institutes can sponsor their employees.Resource Persons:
Dr Deepak Chawla is a Distinguished Professor at the International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi. He has been with the institute since 1991. He was earlier Dean (Academic), Dean (Research), Programme Director for various post graduate programmes and the registrar of IMI. A fellow of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), he holds a Bachelors and Master degree in statistics from the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. He has over three decades of teaching, research and consulting experience in the area of quantitative method in business, marketing research, forecasting and financial econometrics. He has been a consultant to the School of Management Studies, Indira Gandhi National Open University, Delhi, a senior faculty member at the University of Calabar, Nigeria, a faculty member at Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, and a member of the research team at IIM, Ahmedabad. He has worked on numerous research and consulting projects in India and abroad and has extensively published papers both in national and international refereed journals. He has also conducted executive development programmes for private and public sector enterprises in India and abroad.
Programme Coordinator: Dr Shalini SrivastavaProfessorDean-Research and PublicationMobile No. +91-98183931280120-4638345Email ID: Shalini.email@example.comWorkshop Venue
Jaipuria Institute of Management, A-32 A, Sector 62, Noida 201309Fees: 2,500/- Payable at:
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida is all to set to organize its two day extravaganza GRAVITY, 2016. This flagship event which is a conglomerate of Sports & Cultural events is going to see huge footfall and active participation from University, Colleges and B-Schools across Delhi/NCR.
With a vision to captivate and materialize the energy within each individual,l GRAVITY provides an interface, a common platform, for students to Xplore the Vigor Within! Since the time of its inception, GRAVITY (previously known as UDAAN and SPARDHA) has not only grown in popularity amongst the students, but has also become one of the most anticipated annual events of the city. We owe our success to all our sponsors through the years, to all our partner institutions and to each and every student who has at some point, been a part of GRAVITY.
We have moved from the era of "intuition" and "gut feel" where marketing managers would depend on their experience to make decisions to a period of number crunching based decision making. Today whether one is selling apparel or toothpaste, cars or fast food, the ability to access and process numbers effectively for decision-making is what differentiates a successful company or marketing manager from others. Download Brochure
Student internships represent a unique, innovative, nontraditional educational approach based on experiential learning. Summer internship provides management students valuable opportunities in which they can explore their capabilities and interests while networking with professionals in a corporate setup. Management students enhance their domain knowledge while undergoing internships in a variety of Functional Areas, including Marketing, Finance, Communications, Human Resources, IT, Operations, and others. Summer Interns work directly with full- time professionals on projects and tasks that are important to the team.Domains Banking & Finance Consulting General Management Sales & Marketing Operations & Supply Chain Human Resource and Personnel Management Information Technology and Related Others
Note: The above mentioned list is suggestive but not exhaustive.Important Dates September 15: Last Date for Submission of Abstracts September 20: Acceptance of Abstracts October 05: Submission of Presentation October 14: Presentations ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY The project should be completed in summer 2016. The project should be completed by a single student. Group projects are not eligible. The student must be enrolled in PGDM (or equivalent) program. Students should present their original work done during their summer internship. Students should receive their mentors' approval before submitting an abstract. One of the following two options should be considered while applying for nomination: Institutional Nomination: The nomination should be made by the B-school head (or an authorized faculty) Self Nomination: Individual students are also eligible to participate directly in the contest with the approval of mentor. 20 Shortlisted participants will be invited for final round for making presentation. Each participant will get 15 minutes for the presentation.
Sat01Oct201610:00 amJaipuria Noida
Talent Acquisition a synonym to recruitment and selection, has experienced a sea level transformation in the last five years. With more than a whopping 75% of the population online, using one or other social media, time has been demanding to redefine the HR practices to shell out new ways to play the game of recruitment and selection. It has never been easier to find and source candidates online, however, the social web has also made recruiting more complex simultaneously as candidates are becoming more segmented across the web. While it's easier than ever to find talent, the challenge is in the outreach for the relevant candidatures. With so many organizations jumping on the social recruiting bandwagon, it’s becoming harder to get a response from top candidates since it's likely they are not actively looking or are being contacted by other companies too. With today’s candidates on at least one social media network, we need a multichannel approach to reach and engage as many target candidates as we can on the platforms where they are spending time. Just like marketing, we need to go where our talent is.PROGRAM SCHEDULE TIME VENUE: AUDITORIUM - I 10:15 am - 10:20 am Lamp Lighting & Saraswati Vandana 10:20 am - 11:20 am INAUGURAL SESSION Welcome Address by Mr. Shreevats Jaipuria, Vice Chairman - Jaipuria Institutes of Management HR Meet Overview by Mr. Kamal Singh, Director General, NHRDN Keynote Address by Mr. S.Y. Siddiqui, Chief Mentor - Maruti Suzuki India Ltd. Vote of Thanks by Dr. Rajiv R Thakur, Director - Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida 11:20 am - 11:30 am Networking Tea 11:30 am - 01:00 pm PANEL DISCUSSION ON THEMES Positive Candidate Experience & Engagement Data-Driven Talent Acquisition Technology & Strategy Employer Branding & Talent Attraction Emerging Trends & Practices in Talent Acquisition in a fast changing business landscape
PANEL DISCUSSION ON THEMESMr. Rajeev Bhadauria, Director Human Resources, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd. (Session Chair) Mr. J.S Kaushal, Director of Personnel and Director of Central Warehousing Corporation Ms. Rachna Mukherjee, Chief Human Resources Officer, Greater India, Schneider Electric Mr. Babu Vittal, Head HR at ShopClues Mr. Roli Singh, Head Talent Development, TATA SIA (VISTARA Ms. Anuranjita Kumar, Chief Human Resources Officer for Citi South Asia 01:00 pm onwards Networking Lunch
Thu22Sep2016Sat24Sep201610:00 amJaipuria NoidaIntroduction
We are operating in an extremely volatile and dynamic business environment. In order to navigate through turbulent waters (times), we need an entirely different breed of sailors (manager) who are equipped with strategic leadership competencies and passion to convert threats into opportunities.
Excelling organizations thrive in chaotic situations. In order to create world class organizations, the traditional business managers have to come out of their narrow bureaucratic cocoons and open their wings to soar in the wide global sky. For that, it has to be a skin deep DNA change than a mere cosmetic one-a real transformation from a manager to a leader.
Such intangible leadership competencies are inherent in most of us. The organizations have to unleash and polish them by creating a culture of development, mentoring and grooming, as leaders are developed, they are not born.
The workshop, precisely aims at creating this awareness in existing managers by discussing critical leadership competencies and giving live examples from the industry and business world.
Mon20Jun2016Tue21Jun201610:00 amJaipuria NoidaIntroduction
Many researchers find data analysis and interpretation as a challenging and arduous passage in the research process. Thanks to packages like SPSS, AMOS that has made the research endeavor easy. Still, the researchers seek the help of experts who can skillfully use the statistical tools available at our disposal. This workshop aims to educate current as well as future researchers in social sciences in the application of statistical tools, in extracting meaning from the collected data. This workshop using SPSS, AMOS 21.0 aims to eliminate the quantitative skills deficit which exists among many social science researchers. The workshop will be skilled oriented and would emphasis hands-on data analysis through case-studies and exercises.
Objectives of the programmeTo help the participants in interpreting output from software packages like SPSS and AMOS. To give its participants hands-on experience working with Structure Equation Modeling (SEM). To enhance the quality of research in the B schools.
Resource Persons: Dr Ajay Jain ,MDI, Gurgaon Dr Anil Singh FORE School of Management, N.Delhi Dr Pankaj Medhi
Programme Coordinator: Dr Shalini Srivastava Chairperson-Research and Publication Email ID: Shalini.firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile: 9818393128, 0120-4638345
Workshop Venue Jaipuria Institute of Management, A-32 A, Sector 62, Noida - 201309
Fees: 3,000/- Payable at: Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida
The closest thing to a real business situation is the case study. Perfected at Harvard University, the Case Method has been accepted as a preferred pedagogical tool in business management courses across the world. Yet, many find it challenging to write good quality marketing cases and teach effectively from such cases.REGISTRATION
Registration Amount: - Rs. 4,000/- plus service tax @ 14.5% Registration Deadline: - April 5, 2016 Group Discount: - 10% off on group registration for two or more candidates. Payment:- Cheque in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida. Online Payment: - Through RTGS / NEFT in favour of Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida. Bank Name - Axis Bank Ltd. | Address - Sector-62, Noida Account No. - 723010100013934 | IFS Code - UTIB0000723
Coordinator :- Prof. Jones Mathew, P. +91 120 4638300, D. +91 120 4638374, M. 98113 72532, E. email@example.com
International Conference on The Role of Social Media for Organizational Sustainability (ICROSMOS)
Social Media today asserts a greater degree of importance in understanding of society and business. The concept of Social Media is on top of the agenda for researchers as well as business today. Decision makers, consultants, practitioners, and researchers try to identify ways in which firms can make profitable use of Social Media platforms like as YouTube, Facebook, Linked in and Twitter. Emerging from the rapid adoption of internet technologies, Social Media is bound to become more ubiquitous, as the smart phones, tablets and other mobile platforms proliferate. Social Media is therefore a field of interest to business, the public sector, the researchers and the analysts both not only as an exciting way of harnessing technology and widening participation, but also as the generator of big data .
Chakravyuh- Management Games
“It is in our interests to be the lawyer, the judge, the hangman or rather the HR. It is like the natural resource buried deep, it just needs to be looked for creating circumstance where it has to be ‘our show’!”
The HR Club IPSA, Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida organized CHAKRAVYUH, the HR management game under the vibrant support and special guidance of Dr. Shalini Srivastava, faculty coordinator and the members of the HR club, on 27th January‘16 so as to add on to the importance of experiential learning with the existing theories. The world of management domain is quite complex where management games play a very significant role. Management is taught as a collection of knowledge areas, separated from each other and the integration is left to the minds of the students. The management process is run in a system and the structure of such a system defines its behavior lucidly when the process is a simple presentation in the form of GAMES.
These games were organized primarily for students from CPIT, Christchurch, New Zealand who are on their study tour to Jaipuria Institute of Management, under Students Exchange program as part of our MOU with CPIT, Christchurch, New Zealand. CHAKRAVYUH- the management games added to their learning experience in India.
There were two consecutive games conducted under this event – “CROSSING THE HURDLES” and “THE DOG AND THE BONE” which taught about time management, team coordination, leadership etc. the winner team emerged to be- Saumya Ojha, Ishita, Shailabh, Surbhi Srishti and Sam and the runners up team members were- Shilpa Malik, Kritika, Gunjita, Atishya and Nina.
We at Jaipuria understand that exchange programs create opportunities- opportunities for participants to learn, to prosper, and to work with others to solve shared problems and ensure vibrancy. Exchanges create future leaders who instinctively appreciate the value of international collaboration, understanding, and empathy. The event was highly successful in reaching its motive of participation and holistic learning.
Fri04Dec2015Sat05Dec2015Jaipuria NoidaUdaan 2015: Management, Cultural & Social Events
Geared up to be a participated by over 1000 students, faculty and their families and packed with a variety of management events, "Udaan 2015" shall showcase a vivid display of management, cultural and social events as:Inter College Management Events
CHANAKYA GENESIS AD-MAD RADIO MANIA QUIZITEVE CAMOUFLAGE
TRAILER KHOJO TO JANE JUNK YARD DUBSMASH MANIA VOX-POPULIInter College Cultural Events
GOLAM KOLAM MUSICANA HOT STEPPER RENDEZVOUS
DELIRIUM FILMY BUZZ RUBAROOContact
STUDENT'S COORDINATOR: Shivangi Email: firstname.lastname@example.org M: +91 7042213686 Kajal Email: email@example.com M: +91 8826616760 Hemant Email: firstname.lastname@example.org M: +91 9250223211
Jaipuria Noida presents HR CONCLAVE 2015 Saturday, September 19th, 2015 Theme: Strategic HR -Fuelling Sustainable Growth in Millennium
Panel – I : HR Practices in VUCA World Panel – II : Managing HR for Generation Y
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida is organizing its 5th HR Conclave on Saturday, 19th September, 2015 on the theme: “Strategic HR - Fuelling Sustainable Growth in Millennium”. The galaxy of renowned speakers from industry and academia have confirmed their august participation in this flagship event under the HR Club IPSA of the institute.
Industry stalwart Mr. Manoj Misra, Chairman & CMD of Cement Corporation of India is going to be the Chief Guest on the occasion while Ms. Ester Martinez, CEO & Editor in Chief of “People Matters” will be the Guest of Honor in the inaugural session of the conclave.
The conclave would further unfold through its two distinct panels, wherein Panel - I on the subtheme “HR practices in VUCA World” will see the following speakers such as Mr. Sandeep Joshi, AVP -HR, JCB Group, Mr. Rajiv Kakkar, GM-HRD, JK Group, Mr. Danish Saleem, AVP- Resourcing, Baclays and Dr. Ajay Kumar Jain, Associate Professor – HR & OB from Management Development Institute (MDI) as core panelists. The Panel - II on the sub-theme "Managing HR for Generation Y” will consist of Mr. P. Srinivas Reddy, Service Delivery Leader – HR, Metlife, Mr. Mussarat Hussain, GM Training, Maruti Suzuki, Mr. Abhishek Saxena, AVP – HR, Radisson Blu and Ms. Rubi Khan, Capability Development Manager from Max Life as distinguished panelists.
Besides the students from Noida campus, a good number of students and other faculty members are expected to participate from renowned B-schools of Delhi/NCR to make the conclave a huge success.
Conclave Coordinators:Prof. (Dr.) Swati Agrawal E-mail: email@example.com Mob: +91 9899439151 Prof. Abdul Qadir E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Mob: +91 9891025825
Jaipuria Institute of Management A-32A, Sector-62, Noida - 201 309 (U.P) T: 0120-4638300/01
Tue05May2015Thu07May201510:00 amJaipuria Noida
Date: May 05-07, 2015 Venue: Jaipuria Noida The three day workshop is designed to impart knowledge in Research Methodolgy in general and statistical analysis & case writing in particular and is intented to impart training on qualitative and quantitative research methodology, along with practical exposure of statistical packages.
Objectives of the Workshop To train the participant in the following fields Development of data collection instruments (questionnaire) Techniques of data collection, processing and analysis using SPSS Sampling techniques
Case study method (Developing a Teaching Case using primary & secondary research, writing teaching notes)
For More details, contact Dr. Rajesh Sharma E. email@example.com M. 09650587251
Sat21Mar20158:00 amJaipuria Noida
The theme directly implies and triggers the process of continuous upgradation through Operational Excellence. Simply said, it means “change for better” by continuously improving the processes across all functions which interalia cut across all hierarchical levels of the organization. These days clients need a change, right from manufacturing to customer support by transforming the business processes through Innovations for a paradigm shift.
The manufacturing vertical enhances production and after enabling and integrating it with technological upgradations in supply chain, it drastically improves the economies of scale with benefits to production technology by reducing cost and developing enhanced skilled workforce. We need to keep in mind that unless the operations use innovative processes to improve upon and those innovations could become operational we cannot lead the way we want. Schedule 10:00 am to 11:00 am Inauguration 11:00 am to 11:20 am High Tea 11:30 am to 1:00 pm Session-1 (Innovation in Lean Operations and Supply Chain Management) 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm Lunch 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm Session-2 (Innovation in Digital Business Operations) 3:30 pm to 4:00 pm Conclusion Conclave Coordinator: Prof. Durgansh Sharma (9999014029) | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sat17Jan20158:00 amJaipuria Noida
As an old saying goes, “ All good things must come to an end”. However at Jaipuria the good things are there to stay. To take a walk down the corridors of nostalgia,.
Jaipuira Institute of Management is organising its 4th all campus alumini meet 2015 on 17th of January 2015 at the Silver Oak, India Habitat Centre. Apart from providing a platform for all the Jaipurians to meet and share their success stories the program would enthrall the audience through dance performances, music, experience sharing by the past and present students. This all will be followed with a formal dinner to cheer the success of the alumini and encourage current students to do well and keep raising the ‘Jaipurian bar’ each year.Registration 16:30 – 7:30pm Welcome Dance 7:30 – 8:00pm Alumni sharing and showcasing 8:00 – 8:45pm Musical Evening 8:45 – 9:45 pm Networking Dinner & Cocktail 9:00 pm onwards You are invited with your spouse .
0n January 17th, 2015 from 6:30 pm onwards At ‘Silver Oak’, India Habitat Centre Lodhi Road, New Delhi – 110003 (Entry from gate no. 3 on Vardhman Marg)RSVP
Dr. Abhishek Nirjar, Director Lucknow Campus Dr. Rajeev R Thakur, Director Noida Campus Dr. Prabhat Pankaj, Director Jaipur Campus Dr. Harshavardhan Halve, Director Indore Campus
Sat13Dec201410:00 amJaipuria Noida
Conference theme & focus:
Jaipuria Annual Management conference on Employee Engagement: Harnessing Human Capital aims to uncoverthe best practices for enhancing employee engagement.The conference will enable HR professionals and participants with strategies to ensure their workers are self-guided, understand their contributions and are continuously progressing. But key to fostering this type of workforce is ensuring employees have the intrinsic connection to their work and company
The conference will highlight the two areas necessary to achieving this state and improving employee engagement, Leadership Values and Brand Alignment and Employee Engagement Strategies and Best Practices.
The conference will feature a comprehensive agenda of sessions led by leading experts in employee engagement, highlighting the best practices employers can use to improve their connection to their company. Additionally, the conference schedule includes informative keynotes from executives representing companies with some of the most successful employee engagement strategies today.Date, Time and Venue:
December 13, 2014 (Saturday) 9 AM–4:30 PM at “Jacaranda”, Habitat World, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi-110003Program Schedule
December 13, 2014 (Saturday)09:00 AM – 10:00 AM Registration 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Inaugural Session 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM High Tea & Networking 12:00 PM – 01:30 PM Leadership Values and Brand Alignment 01:30 PM – 02:30 PM Lunch 02:30 PM – 04:00 PM Employee Engagement Strategies and Best Practices 04:00 PM – 04:30 PM Tea
[one_third] Mr. R.K. Rishiraj Head- Corporate Relations and Placements Email: email@example.com M: 09899970905 [/one_third]
[one_third] Prof. Abdul Qadir Assistant Professor (HR) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org M: 098910 25825 Email: email@example.com [/one_third]
[one_third_last] Ms. Kanchan Rana Sr. Manager-Corporate Relations & Placements Email: firstname.lastname@example.org M: 099536 56016 [/one_third_last]
Sun30Nov201410:00 amJaipuria Noida
Chief Guest : Mr. Ankur Warikoo, Head Groupon – APAC Emerging Markets, CEO-Groupon IndiaProgramme 10:00am Academic Procession Starts 10:10am Lighting of the Lamp 10.15am Invocation 10:20am Welcome address by Chairman, Shri Sharad Jaipuira 10.30am Annual Report by Director, Dr. Rajiv R. Thakur 10.40am Conferring of PGDM, PGDM (Service Management), PGDM (Marketing) Diplomas 11.00am Award of Gold and Silver Medals and Merit Certificates 11.05am Convocation Address by the Chief Guest: Mr. Ankur Warikoo, Head Groupon, APAC Emerging Markets and CEO, Groupon India 11.20am "Award of Recognition 2014" to Jaipuria Noida Alumni, Mr. Yateesh Wahaal, Batch 2005-2007 11.25am Vote of Thanks by Vice Chairman, Mr. Shreevats Jaipuria 11.30am Presentation of Memonto to the Chief Guest
Kindly join us for high tea after the Convocation
Ankur Warikoo is the Head of Groupon APAC Emerging Markets comprising India, Indonesia, Thailand and Philippines - part of the 48-country portfolio of Groupon Global spanning 250million subscribers and over $7bn in annual sales. Ankur has been with Groupon since April 2011, when it entered India and is the CEO of the India Operations as well.
Post his MBA, Ankur was a Management Consultant with A.T. Kearney for 3 years. He worked in Delhi, Dubai and New York during this time. Post this consulting stint, he Co-founded Accentium Webalong with 2 other batch-mates from ISB that ran websites such as Gaadi.com, Secondshaadi.com, Taaza.com amongst others. After exiting Accentium Ankur joinedRocket Internetin 2011. As a Venture Partner, he helped setup the footprint for Rocket Investments in India such as Groupon and Jabong.
Ankur was part of Fortune Magazine’s 40 under 40 List for India 2013 and was named as one of India’s Top Executives Under 40 by Business Today in 2014.
Ankur holds a management degree from the Indian School of Business (Class of 2006) where he was awarded the Young Leader Award. He also holds a Masters degree in Physics from Michigan State University and holds a bachelor’s degree from Hindu College, Delhi University.
Tue04Nov2014Wed05Nov20148:00 amJaipuria Noida
General Rules Participants are required to carry their Identity cards without which the entry will not be permitted. Participants must be accompanied by faculty member of respective college without which the entry will not be permitted. Maximum one team per college is allowed for team event. Number of participants permitted for individual event is given as per the event listed below. All the players/teams are required to report on time. If they will not report within 10 minutes of announcement the player/ team will be disqualified. For events like Gully Cricket, Table Tennis, Cyber Games, Badminton participants are required to bring their own equipments. Registration for all the events has to be done on first day. On the second day registration will only be open for athletics. You will be responsible for your own belongings. No travelling allowance will be paid to the participants. No accommodation will be provided to the participants from Delhi &NCR region. Two warnings for infringements of the rules or inappropriate behaviour, including usage of foul language, will be given. A further warning will result in disqualification. Except Cyber games there will be two separate categories for boys & girls. On the spot registration can also be done but for smooth functioning, we prefer the registration in advance. There will be maximum 16 entries permitted for team event and 32 entries permitted for individual events. Registration will be on first come first serve basis. ELATE reserves the right of changing rules of any event (if required) during the course of the meet and the same should be accepted by the participating teams/individuals. Schedule Day 1 (4th November, 2014) EVENTS VENUE TIME Registration Registration counter – Parking Area 9:00 am - 10:15 am March Past Sports Ground 10:15 – 10:35 am Lamp Lighting Sports Ground 10:35 – 10:40 am Inaugural Ceremony Sports Ground 10:40 – 11:00 am Table Tennis Tournament Table Tennis Hall –above the mess 11:15 am onwards Carom Tournament Audi- 1 (Ground Floor) 11:15 am onwards Chess Tournament Room No.301 (2nd Floor) 11:15 am onwards Cyber Games Computer Lab (Ground Floor) 11:15 am onwards Volleyball Tournament
Sports Ground11:15 am onwards Gully Cricket Ground adjacent to the institute 11:15 am onwards Mini Football Front Lawn 11:15 am onwards Badminton Sports Ground 12:00 pm onwards Tug Of War Front Lawn 2:00 pm onwards Day 2 (5th November, 2014) EVENTS VENUE TIME Registration only for Athletics Registration counter – Parking Area 9:00 am – 10:15 am Table Tennis – semi finals and finals Table Tennis Hall – Hall above the mess 09:30 am onwards Carom – semi finals and finals Audi- 1 (Ground Floor) 09:30 am onwards Chess – semi finals and finals Room No.301 (2nd Floor) 09:30 am onwards Cyber Games – semi finals and finals Computer Lab (Ground Floor) 09:30 am onwards Volleyball – semi finals and finals
Sports Ground09:30 am onwards Badminton – semi finals and finals Sports Ground 09:30 am onwards Gully Cricket – semi finals and finals Ground adjacent to the institute 09:30 am onwards Mini Football – semi finals and finals
Front Lawn09:30 am onwards Shotput Ground adjacent to the institute 02:00 pm onwards Long Jump Sports Ground 1:00 pm onwards Tug of War – semi finals and finals Front Lawn 2:00 pm onwards Discuss Throw Ground adjacent to the institute 2:30 pm onwards Prize Distribution and Closing Ceremony Sports Ground 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
No Lunch/Refreshments will be provided to the participants, however, they may avail Jaipuria's Canteen/Mess for the same on payment basis.
Sat01Nov201410:00 amJaipuria Noida
The Marketing Conclave, 2014 focussing on the theme, "Sustaining & Building Brand Equity in Emerging Economies" aims to bring the ideas / thoughts of practicing managers at a common platform. The Objective of the Conclave is to enhance business awareness of brand building through the exchange of knowledge and best practices being adopted by professionally managed successful companies.Conclave Coordinator :
Fri17Oct2014Sat18Oct201410:00 amJaipuria Noida
Research plays an important role in development of the society by increasing the quantum of knowledge and solving crucial problems in different areas of social sciences. The recent research movements are generally based on recognition of need for critical. The traditional emphasis on factual knowledge and singular truths is diminishing and the knowledge generation and cultural interchange is increasing. This necessitates the awareness of research tools.
Many researchers in the social sciences use SPSS to perform data analysis, but often formal training in use of the software and how to interpret output is severely lacking. This workshop using SPSS aims to eliminate the quantitative skills deficit which exists among many social science researchers.
This FDP will concentrate on transforming participants into competent and confident users of SPSS to enable them to conduct independent data analysis for their own research needs. Working with datasets, the course will cover widely-used statistical methods including descriptive statistics, data visualisation, statistical inference, categorical data, correlation and regression, analysis of variance and multivariate analysis (such as factor analysis).OBJECTIVES To create awareness and knowledge about research process i.e. meaning, types of research types method, selection of research problem, review of related literature, hypotheses, sampling, research tools, parametric and non- parametric tests. To give training in the use of SPSS package. To enhance the quality of research in the B schools. TOPICS TO BE COVERED Meaning of research, types and areas of research, statement of objective. Tools of research and their standardization. Descriptive and historical research. Descriptive and Experimental research design. Parametric tests and non-parametric tests. Use of SPSS package. TAKE AWAY
After successful completion of the course, participants should be able to:State the research problem and objectives Use appropriate method of research;formulate different types of hypotheses Select appropriate research tools and design perform independent data analysis in the social sciences Determine which statistical method is appropriate in a given situation Use SPSS to analyse datasets and interpret the outputdraw conclusions and inferences following empirical analysis Day 1 Time (Hrs) Topic 09:30 AM – 10:00 AM Inaugural 10:00 AM – 11: 30 AM An Overview of Research Methodology - Resource Person : Dr. N P Singh 11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Tea Break 11:45 AM – 01:15 PM Scale Construction Reliability and Validity; Developing a Questionnaire - Resource Person : Dr. N P Singh 01:15 PM – 02: 00 PM Lunch Break 02:00 PM – 03:30 PM Introduction to SPSS , Univariate and Bi-Variate Analysis of Data using Cross Tabulation, Non-Parametric tests (Chi Square, Spearman Correlation) 03:30 PM – 03:45 PM Tea Break 03:45 PM – 05:15 PM Parametric tests using SPSS (t-tests, ANOVA & Post-hoc test) Day 2 10:00 AM – 11: 30 AM Non Parametric Test : Regression Analysis ; Dummy variables as Moderators – Resourse Person : Dr. Deepak Chawla 11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Tea Break 11:45 AM – 01:15 PM Conducting Multivariate Analysis through SPSS : Factor Analysis Resource Person :Dr. Deepak Chawla 01:15 PM – 02: 00 PM Lunch Break 02:00 PM – 03:30 PM Application of Discriminant Analysis through SPSS - Resource Person: Dr. Deepak Chawla 03:30 PM – 03:45 PM Tea Break 03:45 PM – 05:15 PM Comprehensive cases using SPSS Resource Person :Dr, Deepak Chawla 05:15 PM-06.00PM Valedictory and Certificate Distribution RESOURCE PERSONS Dr.Deepak Chawla is a Distinguished Professor at the International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi. He was earlier Dean (Academic), Dean (Research), Programme Director for various post graduate programmes and the registrar of IMI. A fellow of the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIM-A), he holds a Bachelors and Master degree in statistics from the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. He has over three decades of teaching, research and consulting experience in the area of quantitative method in business, marketing research, forecasting and financial econometrics. He has been a consultant to the School of Management Studies, Indira Ganhi National Open University, Delhi, a senior faculty member at the University of Calabar, Nigeria, a faculty member at Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, and a member of the research team at IIM, Ahmedabad. Dr.N P Singh is a Professor (Information Management) and Dean - Research & Accreditation at Management Development Institute, Gurgaon. He has a rich academic experience with institutions like NIFM, IRMA and CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar. Dr. Singh has done consultancy assignments for Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Tertiary Education, Government of Sri Lanka (ADB and World Bank funded Project); Consultant to Karnataka Milk Federation¸ NDDB (Mother dairy Delhi)¸ North East Council¸ ATI Washington, etc. He has been awarded Young Scientist Award by Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics, Junior Research Fellowship by CSIR and Merit Fellowship by CCS HAU, Hisar. His areas of interest are Business Intelligence¸ Data Warehouse, Data Mining¸ telecom Management Optimization Models, Simulation. REGISTRATION
INR 4000/- per participant. All payments to be made in form Demand Draft/ Cheque drawn in favour of Jaipuria Institute of ManagementPROGRAMME COORDINATOR:
Dr. Shalini Srivastava Chairperson-Research and Publication email: email@example.com Contact : +91 9818393128, +91 120 4638345For more details
Fri19Sep201410:00 amJaipuria Noida
Jaipuria Institute of Management announcing its annual fest “UDAAN –2014″, the inter–college Festival at our campus on 19th September, 2014. It is a festival designed to facilitate copious flow of fun, frolic, entertainment and creativity beyond the traditional boundaries of events.
Fri12Sep20148:00 amJaipuria Noida
Don't be satisfied with stories, how things have gone with others. Unfold your own myth. Around here, we keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we're curious...and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, architecture, bridges, street signs, bodies of water, light and shadows. Creativity is invaluable; originality is non-existent. "It's not where you take things from but how you take it to be!!!
The MRC department of the esteemed Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida is organizing the one of its kind ever –MEDIA ARDOR – a mega event inviting endless enthusiastic participations. We have three fields to explore :-
E LANCE … SHUTTERBUGZ … DREAM THEATRE… It is a cruel, ironical art, PHOTOGRAPHY and FILM and THEATRE!!! The dragging of captured moments into the future; moments that should have been allowed to be evaporated into the past; should exist only in memories, glimpsed through the fog of events that came , creates the illusion of innocence. Its ironies of frozen narrative lend to its subjects an apparent unawareness that they will change or die. It is the future they are innocent of. E LANCING would be capturing and attracting the attentions and selling of your own stories of hot cakes , A strategy to goggle upon!!! Let us make our creativities speak! Let this event unfold the hidden newness! Let's ignite the spark within!
Sat30Aug20148:00 amJaipuria Noida
What roles can HR professionals and other stakeholders play in establishing a more formidable role of HR policy makers who could pave positive paths in this direction, is the billion dollar question. To answer this and unfold the mystery of this burning issue, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida feels immense pleasure in announcing its annual HR Conclave on Saturday 30th August.For More Details
Thu01May201410:00 amJaipuria Noida
About the Workshop
A case provides a simulated business decision making environment forcing student to analyze, plan and take actions. It links pertinent theories and concepts, hitherto invisible, but to be discovered for application and problem solving and thus ensures more active participation and indelible learning experience. It requires one to isolate and think through the key issues involved, against both theory and the larger comparative environment. A good case is more than just a description. It is information arranged in such a way that the reader assumes the position of the protagonist (decision maker) and tries to take the decision in the light of real-life situation, desired outcomes, and constraints provided in the case. There is a scarcity of good quality teaching cases and this workshop aims to equip participants write cases for use in classroom discussion. The Case Writing Workshop would help the participants in development of Teaching Cases by specifically helping them in identifying the topic and situation, choosing the writing style to simulate interest, building up the case setting to make it thought provoking, identifying the data requirement, making the case multidimensional and multidisciplinary and writing the quintessential teaching note.Preferred Case Domains Accounting and Finance Business Ethics and Societal Expectations Corporate Governance Customer Relationship Management Change Management Cross Cultural and Diversity Management Entrepreneurship Environment Human Resource Management Innovation Marketing Management Information System Operations, Logistics and Supply Chain Management Organizational behavior Public Sector Management Productivity Performance Management Quality Management Service Operations Strategic Management Tourism and Hospitality Technology Management Programme Schedule 9:30 - 11:00 Hrs Introduction to Case Writing, Types of cases, Characteristics of a teaching case, Identifying the elements of Case Writing 11:00 - 11:15 Hrs Tea-Break 11:15 - 13:00 Hrs Writing the Case, Information collection process, Scenario building for case development 13:00 - 14:00 Hrs Lunch 14:00 - 15:15 Hrs Writing effective Teaching Notes 14:00 - 17:00 Hrs Case writing with mentors Fee
A non-refundable fee of `4000 per participant covering the cost of workshop kit, reading material, lunch and tea during the workshop. It does not include lodging and boarding and local transport. The fee is to be paid by way of bank draft in favor of Jaipuria Institute of Management payable at Noida.Registration
Interested candidates should send their nomination in the appended Registration Form latest by April 10, 2014. The form can be photocopied or can be downloaded from Jaipuria Noida (www.jaipuria.ac.in/noida)Download Brochure Download Registration Form
Fri25Apr2014Sat26Apr20148:00 amJaipuria Noida
Research is a continuously changing and dynamic business activity. The role of research has changed dramatically in the past few years due to various crises—material and energy shortages, high unemployment, and effects of rapid technological changes in certain industries. Such changes, including the digital media, have forced today’s researchers to be more market driven in their strategic decision-making, requiring a formalized means of acquiring accurate and timely information about employees, customers, products and the overall environment.
This workshop explores how globalization and technology are changing scholarly research and how these changes impact researchers, institutions and publications around the world.
Although publication has always been one of the driving forces of scholarly research, it has now reached a new level of importance. The potential negative impact of not getting published on a regular basis is pushing some researchers to cut corners in order to increase their chances of acceptance into distinguished journals. Essentially, the positives of getting published outweigh the negatives of potential research misconduct
There are several reasons why it is important to adhere to ethical norms in research. First, norms promote the aims of research, such as knowledge, truth, and avoidance of error. For example, prohibitions against fabricating, falsifying, or misrepresenting research data promote the truth and avoid error. Second, since research often involves a great deal of cooperation and coordination among many different people in different disciplines and institutions, ethical standards promote the values that are essential to collaborative work, such as trust, accountability, mutual respect, and fairness. For example, many ethical norms in research, such as guidelines for authorship, copyright and patenting policies, data sharing policies, and confidentiality rules in peer review, are designed to protect intellectual property interests while encouraging collaboration. Third, many of the ethical norms help to ensure that researchers can be held accountable to the public. For instance, policies on research are necessary in order to make sure that researchers who are funded by public money can be held accountable to the public. Fourth, ethical norms in research also help to build public support for research. Finally, many of the norms of research promote a variety of other important moral and social values, such as social responsibility, compliance with the law, and health and safety.Key Deliverables An overview of the research process Building better academic arguments Research Misconduct Research Publication in Academic Journals and Research Collaboration Benefits It will provide a holistic view of the research process required for good publication and the enhance the participant’s ability and to plan a research It will address the main reason for rejection of Journal article and research grant proposals The Workshop will focuses upon the issues like Plagiarism and research misconduct It will provide simple but effective strategies to follow to assist in conducting collaborative research and to publish in academic journals Programme Schedule Day/Date Time (Hrs) Topic Resource Person Day One (25/4/14) 10 am to 11.30 pm An overview of research process Outline the major steps in the research process Distinguish between research problems, questions and hypotheses Dr. Sushil 11.45 am to 1pm An overview of research process Write clear and succinct purpose statements Explain the contents of research proposal Dr. Sushil 2: 15 pm to 3:30 pm Building Better Academic Arguments Identify the ingredients of good academic arguments Distinguish between different types of claims that can be made Dr. Mukesh Chaturvedi 3.45 pm to 5.00 pm Building Better Academic Arguments Understand the importance of good supporting evidence Learn the art of building complex arguments from simple one Dr. Mukesh Chaturvedi Dat Two (26/4/14) 10 am to 11.30 pm Research Misconduct Core “Research Misconduct” Fabrication of data Falsification of data Plagiarism Dr. K P Singh 11.45 am to 1pm Research Misconduct Research practice misconduct Poor research design Data-related misconduct Not preserving primary data Bad data management, storage Publication-related misconduct Claiming undeserved authorship Denying authorship to contributors Dr. K P Singh 2: 15 pm to 3:30 pm Research Publication in Academic Journals and Research Collaboration Understand the importance of collaborative research Effective use guidelines to assist the preparation and submission of manuscripts to academic journals Undertake simple steps to follow that will help to review positive response from editors and reviewers. Dr G. C. Tripathi 3.45 pm to 5.00 pm Validectory and certificate diestribution
Tea/Coffee Break: 11:30 am to 11:45 am & 3:30 pm to 3.45 pm Lunch Break: 1:00 pm to 2:15 pm
Programme Director: Dr Shalini Srivastava , Chairperson-Research and Publication
Email ID: Shalini.firstname.lastname@example.org Ph: 9818393128, 0120-4638345Event Highlight
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida, in its continuous drive to strengthen the research skills organized a two day Faculty Development Programme on “Research and Publication: Best Practices and Pitfalls on 25th-26th April 2014 . The FDP was designed with the aim to familiarise the participants with an overview of the research process, building better academic arguments ,research misconduct, and research publication in academic Journals and research collaboration. This FDP further attempted to provide insights on the elements of good research and how one can do meaningful, good quality research within the given constraints. A hands-on approach was adopted for the FDP which included exercises and brainstorming sessions. The FDP was enriched with the valuable insights given by eminent speakers like: Dr Sushil, Chair Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Dr N P Singh Professor and Dean - Research & Accreditation ,MDI, Gurgaon, Dr G C Tripathi, Deputy Director General (Academics), PMI, NTPC, Noida and Dr. Mukesh Chaturvedi, Ex-Professor, IMT, Ghaziabad. 15 faculty members, research scholars and entrepreneur from Institutes like Delhi University, Amity University, Galgotias University, JSS Academy of Technical Education, JIMS, Rohini and faculty members of Jaipuria, Noida attended the FDP. The FDP was co-ordinated by Dr Shalini Srivastava-Chairperson Research Committee and her team.
Sat11Jan20148:00 amJaipuria Noida
Registration 6:30 to 7:50 PM Welcome Dance 7:50 to 8:00 PM Keynote Address 8:00 to 8:30 PM
Panel discussion on the topic “ Raising the Bar: Jaipuria making students industry-ready” 8:30 to 9:10 PM Sharing of Experiences 9:10 to 9:30 PM Networking Dinner & Cocktail 9:30 onwards
Alumni are invited with their spouses
Fri13Dec2013Sat14Dec201310:00 amJaipuria Noida
The world has now become a global village as the boundaries of the countries no longer define the limits of our imaginations. The path of globalization has been an extraordinary force for growth in many countries. Globalization has contributed to numerous success stories in Asian and Latin American countries.The level of global trade and investment has been steadily increasing. At the same time, global GDP has also witnessed a significant upsurge. Asian economies have experienced a rapid growth after initiating the process of globalization along with liberalization and privatization. According to the Human Development Report of UNDP, these economies saw an average growth of more than 5% during the last two decades. The Indian economy was also no exception to this phenomenon and has consistently registered on an average a 5% plus growth during this period. Read More
Wed27Nov2013Fri29Nov201310:00 amJaipuria Noida
It is essential that every Organization, whether government / autonomous or semi-government or private, should have a well established reward and punishment system to ensure that the people are made to work towards the fulfillment of the Organizational goals.
Today the Public Sector Undertakings in the country play a significant role in the economic as well as social development of the country. Further, the spectrum of public sector ranges from monopolistic nature to highly competitive fields like Textiles, Banking etc. Today theseundertakings are trustees of public money, therefore their responsibility is higher than private sector organizations.
Organizations need modulation & regulation of employee’s behavior for desired results. This is required in all organizations universally. But Public sector and Government organizations have some other special angle because they deal with public money and there is no particular individual(s) who own that as a trustee. Hence an eternal vigil in honest transaction of day to day business has become important aspect. Hence, both the management of general discipline as well as vigilance has become necessary. It is imperative for PSU manager to understand them and implement them in day to day business.
The Right to Information Act 2005 envisages a practical regime of transparency and accountability in the working of Public Authorities. It aims at empowerment of the common citizen with ideas and information to seek entitlements and to participate in the process of democratic governance. This Act fosters an informed citizenry and participative decision making process giving right to Citizen to seek information, inspect work or record, take samples, and monitor progress and performance of Governance. This Act has dismantled the framework of secrecy and now providing information is the rule and secrecy is an exception.
The 3- days training programme from Jaipuria Institute of Management is divided into three parts and broadly covers the following crucial aspects of Industrial Discipline, Vigilance and RTI.For Whom
The programme is extremely useful for Vigilance Officers, Personnel Managers, Managers of Disciplinary Authority, Presenting Authority and Managers in Other Cross-Functional Domains etc.Programme Director Prof. B.D.Singh (Dean-MDP and Consultancy) CVO’s, Ex-CVO’s / CBI Officials would also be a part of the programme to share their experiences. Venue & Duration
Jaipuria Institiute of Management, Noida, A-32A , Sector 62 , Opp. IBM. Noida
Date: 27TH To 29th November 2013 TIME: 10:00 am to 5:30 pmProgramme Fees
INR 18,000/-* (Non-Residential) per participantEarly Bird Discount (Before October 25, 2013) : 5% of the total feeGroup Discount (Minimum 3 people) : 10% of the total fee Early Bird + Group Discount (First 15 seats) : 15% of the total fee*Service tax as applicable is payable extra.
NOTE: The Programme is Non-Residential, however institute willhelp to arrange hotel accommodation on request on actual basis.Registration Remittance
Payment may be made through the following means :-
Electronic fund transfer to Bank A/CDemand draft, payable at Noida or pan-India cheque payable at par in favour of ‘Jaipuria Institute ofManagement, Noida
Name of Account holder Jaipuria Institute of Management
PAN Number AAATI1375E (Integral Education Society)
Service Tax Registration Number AAATI1375ESD001 (Integral Education Society)
Bank: Axis Bank Ltd. Plot No A-41, TheCorenthum, Sector-62, NOIDA
Account Number: 723010100013934 Account type: Savings: UTIB0000723 IFSC Code: 110211063For More Details Download Brochure
Sat26Oct20138:00 amJaipuria Noida
About Conclave: The Conclave “New Realities of Service Marketing: High Tech, High Touch, High Prop” aims to seek discussion on the challenges and opportunities that service marketers are facing due to the growing influence of technological innovations. The conclave will have following sub-themes with a focus on current issues in the services industries.
Session 1: Service Marketing Experience & Customer EngagementCustomer expectations with service technology Customers as co-creators of services Customer engagement
Session 2: Technology in ServicesTechnological trends in service industry Emerging innovations and case studies for best practices Utilization of technology to support service providers
Session 3: Systems Process & Re- InventionManaging systems and processes Legal and other issues Reinventing services Speakers:
Distinguished experts from various organizations such asCOAI, McCann Eriksson, Mahindrassg.com, Oberoi Group, Cisco Systems, Gmid Associates, YEPME, Indiatimes.com,
Steria Solution and Ministry of IT will be the speakers in three distinguished panels of the day-long conclave. The conclave will provide an excellent opportunity to students and faculty to widen their horizon of knowledge and provide vital new insights on the theme.Program Schedule:
Inaugural Session: 10:00 AM-11:15 AM SpeakersMr. Sanjay Mehta, MD, Teleperformance India Mr. Vivek Gaur, CEO, YEPME Mr. Rajan S. Mathews, Director General, COAI
Tea Break Tea: 11.15AM - 11.30AM
Panel Session I-11:30 AM - 01:00 PM Sub-theme: “Service Marketing Experience & Customer Engagement” SpeakersMr. K. Chakraborty, VP, McCann Eriksson Mr. Manish Advani, Head -Marketing, Mahindra SSG Mr. Hemant Mediratta, VP, Sales & Marketing , Oberoi Group Subhrangshu Neogi, Director- Brand and Corporate Communication, Religare Enterprises Ltd
Lunch Break Lunch: 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Panel Session II-2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Sub-theme: “Technology in Services”
SpeakersMr. Rajneesh Kapoor, VP, CISCO Systems India Mr. Gurinder Dua, CEO, Gmid Associates Mr. Naveen Luthra,VP- Operations, Getit.comp
Tea Break Tea: 3:30 PM - 3:45PM
Panel Session III-3:45 PM - 5:15 PM Sub-theme: “Systems, process & Re-Invention.”
SpeakersMr. Anil Bhargava, Director, Ministry of IT, GOI Mr. Subhankar Sarkar, COO, India Times.com Mr. Krishanu Mitra, AVP, Steria Solution
High Tea Tea: 5:15PM
Vote of Thanks Date: 26th October, 2013 VENUE: Jaipuria Institute Of Management, NoidaREGISTRATION FEE:
Faculty from other Institutes & Industry Personnel: Rs.1000 Students from other institutes: Rs.750 Kindly make the cheque/draft in favor of ‘Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida’, payable at Noidaonly and send before 12th October, 2013Conclave coordinator:
Dr. Susobhan Goswami, Dr. Megha Jain email@example.com Ph. +91-120 4638300, Ext. 347, 377For More Details Download Brochure Top MBA Colleges - Jaipuria Institute of Management, Top MBA Colleges - Jaipuria Institute of Management, Top MBA institutes in india - Jaipuria Institute of Management, MBA Delhi - Jaipuria Institute of Management, Management college in delhi - Jaipuria Institute of Management, Top MBA colleges in delhi - Jaipuria Institute of Management, Best MBA colleges in delhi - - Jaipuria Institute of Management, MBA UP - Jaipuria Institute of Management
Sat14Sep20138:00 amJaipuria Noida
About Conclave: The estimated infrastructure financing need by the planning commission for the next five years is $1 trillion. The future growth prospects of the country, both regional as well as global, will largely depend on the way it meets this need.
The primary aim of this conclave is to deliberate on ‘Infrastructure financing in India’ which would occupy the center stage in policy design for the coming years. Since the projected volumes are large and will decide the growth trajectory for the country, the conclave aims to appraise the infrastructure financing scenario with a view to identify the underlying challenges as well as opportunities that the country needs to urgently respond to. The conclave would also unfold various financing instruments/models and policy initiatives that can be thought of supporting the infrastructure financing.Speakers:
Experts to deliberate on the subject are from the infrastructure space likeSBI Capital Markets Crisil, Lanco Infra Planning Commission, Government of India Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL), Reliance Infrastructure Limited, GMR Group, Confideration of Indian Industry (CII) and Industrial Finance Corporation of India. Program Schedule:
Inaugural Session: 10:00 AM-11:30 AM
Panel Session I-11:45 AM - 01:15 PM
Sub-theme: “Infrastructure financing in India: constraints, challenges and opportunities.”
Panel Session II-2:15 AM - 3:45 PM
Sub-theme: “Legal & regulatory framework and financing options for infrastructure financing in India.”
Panel Session III-4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Sub-theme: “Emerging trends and Credit enhancement scheme for infrastructure financing.”
Vote of Thanks
Date: 14th September 2013 VENUE: Jaipuria Institute Of Management, NoidaConclave coordinator:
Dr. PratibhaWasan, Assistant Professor firstname.lastname@example.org M. +91-9910660420 I 0120-4638300For More Details Download Brochure
Sun05May20132:00 pmJaipuria NoidaAbout the Program
Jaipuria Noida, ‘A’ Grade Accredited by NAAC and rated one of the leading B schools in North India is organizing its 7th Convocation Ceremony on Sunday, 5th May, 2013 from 2:30 pm at the auditorium of the institute .
Honorable Shri Rajnath Singh, National President, Bhartiya Janata Party & Honorable Member of Parliament has very kindly consented to be the Chief Guest and deliver the Convocation Address while Shri Sharad Jaipuria, Chairman, Jaipuria Institute of Management will preside over the occasion.
118 graduating students form PGDM, PGDM (Servies) and PGDM (Marketing) will be conferred with diploma in this occasion.
Date : 5th May 2013
Venue : Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida, Auditorium