Recruiters at NDIM for Placements

Companies Visited For final Placements

Alstrong Enterprises; Ameriprise Financial; Asian Paints; AVON; Axis Bank; Baazkart; Bagrry’s; BhartiAirtel; Blue Star; Central Park; Channelplay; Clicktable Technologies; CODEC Networks; DARASHAW; DCB Bank; Deutsche Bank; Dynamics Square; EDS Technologies Ltd; Euromonitor International; Genpact; HCN; Home Credit India Finance Pvt. Ltd.; ICICI Securities Ltd; India Infrastructure Publishing; Indigo Airlines; IndusInd Bank; Intelenet Global Services; International Maritime Institute; Irvine InfocomPvt Ltd.; ITC Ltd.; Jaguar Steel; JARO; letsgoSocia; Liberty Videocon General Insurance; Maruti Insurance Broking Pvt. Ltd.; MICROTEK International Ltd.; Orient Craft Ltd.; Paperpedia; Prospect Executive Search Group; Religare Securities; Shriram Pistons & Rings Ltd; Shriram Rayon (DCM Shriram Group); Shubham Housing Development; SOFTECH PEDIA, Sparrow Interactive Pvt. Ltd.; Spectrum Talent; Stellar Search; Success Pact Consulting Pvt. Ltd; The Search Manager’s; The Solutions Powered by Razorfish; To The New; UFO Movies; Weavings Manpower; WeikField; Yes Bank Ltd.; Zirca Digital Solutions

Participants            NDIM students of batch 2015 – 17

NDIM Organised FDP on “How to get Published in Internationally Refereed Business Journals”

Date / Venue          7th January 2017/NDIM Campus

Participants

The program was attended by 33 participants and NDIM faculty. The event had representation from Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh; JamiaHamdard University, New Delhi; DAV College, Gurgaon; DAV Institute of Management,Gurgaon; IMT, Ghaziabad, Amity University, Noida; Ansal University, Gurgaon and corporate attendees from Food Panda, Gurgaon; Shipping Corporation of India, Mumbai andMancer’s Consultancy, Delhi. Research scholars belonging to areas of Management, Statistics, Green Supply Chain Management,Operations , Digital Marketing , Consumer Behaviour, Finance.

Key Persons

Prof. Dr. Sushil Kumar, Professor of Strategic, Flexible Systems and Technology Management and Chair, Strategic Management Group, Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi. Prof. AnuradhaBasu, Director of the Silicon Valley Center for Entrepreneurship and Professor in the Department of Organization & Management, USA

Key Issues Addressed

NDIM gave this opportunity to the academicians to enhance their research and publication capabilities through a proper understanding of research process, approach, and the methodologies. The FDP program summarized the aspects relating to the literature review framing objectives collection of data analyzing it and finally framing it into a research paper. Due focus was paid to the details of referencing style, appendices, bibliography and drawing of tables and figures. The program also intended to guide the attendees about the selection of right journal, interactions with journal editors and also about the issues related to referees concerns about revisions. This FDP intended to orient participants towards developing their own research plans with due attention to every stage of research.

The program received overwhelming response from not only the participants but also the organizers and volunteers who noticed this workshop as an opportunity for great learning in the field of research. The feedback received stressed the repetition of such programs.

NDIM hosted an International Delegation from City College, New York, USA

Date / Venue                10th January 2017/ NDIM Campus

Participants

Delegation of students from 12 different countries – Ecuador, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Palestine, Eritrea, Senegal, China-Vietnam, Guyana, Colombia, India, and the Virgin Islands and NDIM students.

Key Issues Addressed

Students shared their cultures with others. The students attended three faculty presentations on Digital marketing, Demonetization and Unity within Diversity. Delegates showed a lot of interest and were enlightened.

NDIM organised FDP at NDIM campus on Teaching Learning Process and Methodologies

Date / Venue                10th January 2017/ NDIM Campus

Participants                 NDIM faculty

Key Person                  Dr Amita Gupta, Chair of the Deaprtment of Teaching, Learning & Culture, City College, New York, USA

Key Issues Addressed

FDP conducted was focused on current and emerging teaching-learning methodologies/ technologies to motivate the faculty towards professional excellence and satisfaction having following objectives :

* To Understand the significance of alignment amongst the fundamental elements of effective teaching and learning;

* Be able to suitably apply the principles of adult learning in varied learning contexts;

* Be able to describe and choose from the signature pedagogies used in the management education; FDP raised the following questions and assisted participants to find answers which are supported by real learning based on Interactive sessions on ideas/thoughts /personal experiences in education and research based data.

* How to motivate the learners?

* How do you familiarize the diverse group of learners that you are teaching in a class room?

* How do you write learning outcomes for your course?

* How do you conduct classes based on active and cooperative learning strategies?

* How do you make an assessment plan?

* How do you do reflective teaching?

The purpose of the session was to bring both senior and junior faculty to one platform so that the rich individual teaching/learning experiences at NDIM, could be shared to all, for mutual benefits. The discussions was oriented towards bringing out the real issues/ethos of the US and Indian campuses and how well we respond to International and National cultural diversity.

NDIM celeberated Lohri

Date / Venue            12th January 2017/ NDIM Campus

Participants              NDIM students, faculty and non-teaching staff

“Traditional singing and dancing accompanied with sumptuous feast and bonfire set up the mood for grande Lohri celebrations.This festival is believed to burn all the moments of sadness and bring in warmth of happiness and love. Lohri marks the end of the harvest in Northern India, and is characterised by the worship of fire. The Lohri fire gets sanctified and is respected as a deity .This fire (Lohri Bonfire) is considered a representation of energy and spiritual strength and is lit during the festival in every household.Various grains like peanuts, popcorn, puffed rice and similar goodies are ceremonially `fed’ to this fire. What follows, of course, is a great feast full of traditional dishes.”

NDIM organized India’s First Traditional Art Entrepreneurship Summit in collaboration with ZUYD University, Netherlands

Date / Venue                14th January 2017/ NDIM Campus

Participants                  Leading art and social entrepreneurship

Chief Guest                  Ms. Jaya Jaitly

Guests of Honour

Ihitashri Shandilya, Aditya Pant, Aspen Network, Kevin Sonneschein, ZUYD University, Ankur Joshi, Banasthali Vidyapeeth, JahmairaTriest, ZUYD University and Shashank Shah, Harvard University

Key Issues Addressed

The Summit initiated brainstorming ideas to create a national lliance to strengthen arts and social entrepreneurship sectors.

Five panel discussions were organized on the themes below:-

Panel 1- Sustainability in Artisan sector

Panel 2- Funding and incubation of artisan enterprises

Panel 3- Taking traditional art businesses to mainstream

Panel 4- The Risk takers or art and craft entrepreneurs

Panel 5- Scaling up art businesses

The panel discussions were followed by the announcement of All India Arts Alliance by Dr Shashank Shah from Harvard University. The panelists and other dignitaries created a human chain as a symbolic gesture of the alliance. The event was followed by an arts exhibition of Indian art enterprises.

International FDP & Management Development Programme on “Managing Innovation: What, Why and How”

Date / Venue           14th January 2017/ NDIM Campus

Participants

Shivali Khare, Research Scholar, Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot, Gramoday Vishwa Vidyalay (MP); Anisha Khanam, Research Scholar, Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot, Gramoday Vishwa Vidyalay (MP); Mohammad Khalid, Founder Director, Pure Talent Services Team; Sunidhi Gupta, Executive Employee Development, Quatrro Global Services; Dr Divya, Northern India Engineering College, Shefali Chopra, Asst. Professor, Lady Irwin, Prof. Partha Banerjee, Director, ITEM and NDIM faculty

Key Speaker

Dr Anuradha Basu, Professor of Entrepreneurship, School of Global Innovation and Leadership, Lucas College & Graduate School of Business, and Director of the Silicon Valley Center for Entrepreneurship, at San Jose State University (SJSU), California, USA

Key Issues Addressed

The programme enriched and enhanced the exsisting skill sets in individuals to unfold the oppurtunities existed in a fast changing enviroment. It was a blend of conceptual and practical understanding using multiple case studies an role plays and brainstroming. It helped participants :

* To understand the causes and effects of innovation in organisations

* To get an exposure of practical instances that lead to change in organisations

* To understand innovation practices and strategies in successful companies

* To learn how to bring ideas into practice

* To determine innovative strategies that can add to an organisation’s competitive edge The programme received an overwhelming response by all the participants. It ended up with the Certificate distribution ceremony.

NDIM Celeberated Bihu

Date / Venue               16th January 2017/ NDIM campus

Participants                 NDIM Students, Faculty and Non Teaching Staff

NDIM celebrated the auspicious event of north-east, BIHU Festival , which marks the celebration of the graceful end of a harvesting season. Virtual tour of the scenic beauty, the landscape, the flora and fauna of the blessed land of north east “a paradise unexplored”via a video presentation. Since Bihu marks the celebration of harvest and abundance hence ethnic dances formed an unalienable part of our celebrations. The display of rich cultural heritage through cultural performances provided an ideal opportunity for NDIM students to learn the rich cultural diversity and connect with each other easily.

Inter College Sports ‘Spardha 2017’ at NDIM

Date / Venue              19th & 20th January 2017/ Netaji Sports Complex, Jasola & NDIM Campus

Participants               600 students from 40 colleges of Delhi & NCR

Organised by             Velocity Club, NDIM

Football, Badminton, basketball, Cricket, Kho – Kho, and Volley ball were the sports held on 19th -20th January at Jasola sports complex and Tble Tennis, Tug of war, Pool, Carom & Chess held on 20th January at NDIM campus followed by prize distribution ceremony. Trophies and medals were bagged by aspiring students from different colleges and NDIM. The event ended with cheerful note and filled with promises for the young and sports enthusiasts.

‘Let’s celeberate the Indian Way of Doing Business’ a talk by Dr Shashank Shah

Date / Venue               25th January 2017/ NDIM Campus

Participants

Mohit Chhikara, Assistant professor, Neemrana University; Gaurav, Asst. prof., Raffles University; Ms Romila Agarwal, IQAC of Bharati College; Prof. Col. A K Rajpal, Jaipuria Institute of Management; Dr. Shalini Verma, Associate Professor & Area Chairperson-Business Comm., Jaipuria Institute of Management,Noida; Prof. (Brig.) Ramesh Chandra, Visiting Faculty – HR, OB & MDPs, Corporate Trainer & Executive Coach; Sangeeta Sehgal, Qsource Consulting; Ajay Poddar, Managing Director, Synergy Environics ; Dr Harish Ahuja, Founder-CEO, India Go Solar | 1st solar e market place; Radhesh Gupta, Project Art; Mr Chandan Pandey, Sales Manager, Samsung; Tinku Singh, Group President, SRS Group;

Suresh Goel, DG, ICCR; Malika Bajaj, Chief Marketing Office, Little Yellow Beetle; Manwar Singh, Professor; Pawan Kr. Nagpal, Chartered Engineer, P N Associates; Mukul Jain, Resource Person, SEBI, Honorary Director, St. Thomas Management Institute; Preeti Upadhyay, Manager (M/E & Research), Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT); Dr. Mahesh Gupta, Chairman, Kent RO; S .P.Arora, MD, TFCI; Arun Rawal, VP -Corporate HR, Reliance Ind ; S. Shankar, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of HRD; Renu Kohli; Mukti Sanyal; Rajendra Dash, EPSI; Dr. Shalini Verma, Associate Professor & Area Chairperson-Business Comm; Prof. (Brig.) Ramesh Chandra, Jaipuria Institute of Management; Rakesh Mathur, Regional Manager, National Insurance Company; Anil Khetan, Sr. Vice President, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry; Mr. Kanishka Gupta, Governing Body Member & Convener, BRICS chamber of commerce & industry; Mr Ajay Mahipal; Ankita Soam, AM-BD, BIORx Venture Advisors and NDIM students and faculty

Organised by             NDIM in association with Delhi Management Association (DMA)

Key Person                Dr Shashank Shah, Project Director, Social Entrepreneurship, Harvard University  

Key Issues Addressed

“The session was part of NDIM International Knowledge Series, which intends to enhance academic and business learning among students, faculty and other industry invitees.

Dr Shah has consented to contribute to research, academic inputs, faculty and students development initiatives pioneered by NDIM and has agreed to collaborate in several initiatives including CSR and a book on leadership case studies. He also agreed to consider a proposal on setting up, ‘Centre for Global Best Practices” at NDIM.

Dr Shashank talked about win –win strategies rooted in Indian culture and discussed various examples from his recent book “Win-Win Corporations.”

He began by emphasizing the critical role of Education system of a country, as it is the bank on which the nation draws its cheques. It is unfortunate that the desire of getting more & more at other person’s cost can be seen very often in the corporate world and we need to create win-win situations. He closed his session with a request to the audience to take a vow on Republic Day eve that each one of us will not be a complaint box but a creative box instead. “

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