Annual Report 2016-17

Hon’ble guests, worthy colleagues and dear students; it is a matter of proud privilege for me to present the 30th Annual Report of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies for the academic year 2016-17.

 

I would like to extend a warm welcome to our hon’ble Chief Guest, Prof. (Dr.) Anil Rai (Professor at Department of Hindi, University of Delhi and Chairman, Governing Body, SSCBS) and our Guest of Honour, Prof. (Dr.) Pankaj Sinha (Professor at FMS, University of Delhi and Treasurer, Governing Body, SSCBS) on this day.

 

An accomplished academician, Prof. Rai holds numerous academic degrees and qualifications from prestigious organisations in India. Holding Ph.D. (and M.Phil. and M.A. degrees) from the University of Delhi, during the last 25 years of his association with the University of Delhi, he has contributed a great deal to his subject, publishing over 50 papers, 2 books and supervising many PhD and MPhil scholars in addition to his regular duties as an academician. His contributions extend beyond the academic sphere, leading him to serve as Chairman of Governing Body of Kamala Nehru College and SSCBS and various bodies and committees of the University of Delhi. He has also served the nation in his capacity of member of selection committees of various national and state government and governmental agencies such as ICCR, CBCS (UGC), HP PSC, UPSC and various universities across India. Taking his subject beyond national boundaries, he is serving as Visiting Professor (Min. of Ext. Affairs, Govt. of India) ICCR Chair at Peking University, Beijing, China for a Two and Half year stint. His boundless enthusiasm for academic contribution is amply displayed by the fact that he is, side-by-side his other considerable commitments, working on 3 books for publication and other academic endeavours. Presently, he is Chairman, Governing Body, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi.

 

Prof. Pankaj Sinha is currently a Professor at the Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. A Ph.D. in Bayesian Econometrics (from the University of Delhi), Dr. Sinha’s research, professional and teaching interests revolve around the areas of Bayesian econometrics, financial forecasting, financial engineering, financial mathematics, financial risk management, investment analysis and computational finance. He has published papers in leading academic international journals as well as in international conferences.

He teaches financial modelling and forecasting, financial derivatives and financial engineering, quantitative analysis of financial decisions, financial risk management and Statistics to students of MBA at Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi. He teaches Quantitative Economics to probationers of Indian Economics Service at Institute of Economic Growth.

Over the years, he has delivered lectures on financial econometrics, computational finance, advanced quantitative methods, and advanced forecasting in India, USA and Europe. He has been regularly invited as a key speaker at IIM Lucknow, MDI, Gurgaon, National Labour Institute, National Academy of Customs Excise & Narcotics, National Academy of Direct Taxes, GAIL and National Institute of Criminology and Forensic Science. Dr. Sinha also has expertise in the area of Bayesian evaluation of forensic evidence and Probability of guilt. He is associated with the various training programmes for higher judicial officers, forensic scientists and police officers conducted by NICFSc, Ministry of Home affairs.

His academic contributions are too numerous to be recounted at this forum. He has written / contributed to over 30 research papers and articles, has worked on / with more than 33 work in progress assignments and research activities and has supervised numerous academic projects by his students at FMS. Presently, he is Treasurer, Governing Body, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi.

 

THE COLLEGE

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies (SSCBS) is one of the premier institutions of the University of Delhi, imparting path-breaking education in the fields of Management and Information Technology. It was established in August 1987 by the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) on the initiation of University Grants Commission (UGC) and the Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Government of India (MHRD).

 

At present, the college offers three full time graduate courses under the Departments of Management Studies (DMS) and Computer Science (DCS) leading to the award of Bachelor of Management Studies, Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis) and B.Sc. (H) Computer Science. In the forthcoming academic year 2018-19, the college is hoping to offer B.Sc. (H) Operational Research.

 

The college emphasizes an interactive mode of education, supported with innovative teaching methodologies. It is designed to stimulate inquiring minds and provide significant exposure to the realities of business processes and challenges. Industry interaction is achieved through guest lectures, industrial tours, industry based project work and summer training.

 

The strength of the college lies in its highly qualified faculty having industrial experience, dynamic students, supportive non-teaching staff, exceptional alumni and an enterprising and encouraging governing body.

 

NEWS AND UPDATES

 

New Campus

With a sense of great pride, a feeling of reaching out towards the stars and hope for the future, Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies is moving into its new home – a spanking new multi-storied campus in Rohini, Delhi. 30 years in the making, this move heralds a new chapter in the story of SSCBS. Spread over 5 acres, our new campus incorporates all the latest amenities and facilities including a 500-seater auditorium, amphitheatre, sports facilities (indoor and outdoor), a large library area, air-conditioned classrooms and administrative & common use areas, staff accommodation, hostels (for both boys and girls), cafeteria and much more. Environmentally conscious, energy efficient, water wise and intelligently constructed with care, this campus would usher in a bold and exciting new phase for SSCBS.

 

Incubation Centre:

Starting with a dream of the Govt. of NCT of Delhi of setting up Incubation Centres in leading academic institutions for promoting Entrepreneurship, SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation has started functioning in a smooth and effective manner. The initial grant of ₹ 1.5 Crore by the GNCTD (given to each of the 6 institutions in the first phase) has been utilised towards setting up the centre, supporting and funding the first phase of student start-ups and putting in place world-class equipment and infrastructure for the students. The college aims to further utilise these funds to promote entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial ventures among the students of the college and beyond in an inclusive and beneficial manner.

 

INFRASTRUCTURE and PURCHASES

A strong infrastructure base is imperative for providing a learning environment of an international standard.

 

Purchases

            The following items were purchased for the use of the college:

Sr. No.

Amount (in ₹)

Particulars

1

33,58,208.00

Paid to NICSI for purchase of 64 Computer System from Maintenance A/c

2

47,790.00

Paid to NICSI for purchase of 1 Computer System from APC Fund A/c

TOTAL

34,05,998.00

 

 

New Campus

Our well-equipped new campus is eagerly awaiting our students. The 31 spacious, sound-proofed air-conditioned classrooms, 4 amphitheatres, 7 computer labs, separate and exclusive exam rooms, dedicated tutorial rooms, compact and comfortable faculty rooms for boosting student-faculty interactions and faculty learning, an entire floor dedicated towards career building opportunities like Placement Cell, Alumni Relations and the Incubation Centre; equipped with the latest in e-enabled learning tools and designed for and incorporating the latest global standards are there to provide a conducive learning environment for the students and teachers alike.

The efforts of the Furniture and Purchase Committee members are greatly appreciated.

(List of purchase committee members is enclosed in Annexure 35)

 

College Website

The college website provides a platform for students to view their attendance at the end of each month and their internal assessment at the end of each semester. The college has made available previous year question papers to students with the help of a question bank setup on the website. The website is updated constantly with the help of the website committee and the system network administrator. The college has made a constant effort to make website informative and also made sure that website is used as a platform to promote various activities and achievements of our students and faculty. Dedicated pages for placement activities and alumni association of the college are in the development phase.

The efforts of the Website Committee and Mr. Varun Kumar Kushwaha (Systems and Network Administrator) are appreciated.

(List of Website Committee members is enclosed in Annexure 35)

 

SSCBS INNOVATION AND INCUBATION FOUNDATION (SIIF)

The college now has a fully functional Incubation Centre in the premises, supporting the students of the college with their entrepreneurial ambitions.

 

Genesis

In early 2016, Government of NCT of Delhi (GNCTD) had launched the initiative to set up incubation centres across select 6 institutes / universities in Delhi. Subsequently, in April, GNCTD released grant of ₹ 1.5 Crores to each of six such institutes – SSCBS, AUD, DTU, NSIT, IGDTUW and IIIT-Delhi.

 

Accordingly, the information about receipt of grant and intent to set-up the incubation centre was shared with college Governing Body in its meeting in June 2016.

 

Laying the Foundation

The company, SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation (SIIF) was incorporated on October 6, 2016, with Dr. Poonam Verma, Principal SSCBS as the Chairperson, and 5 Directors, viz., Mr. Pankaj Vohra (Chairman of erstwhile GB), Mr. Harinder Singh (Treasurer in erstwhile GB), Dr. Nidhi Kesari, Mr. Ramesh Kumar and Mr. Tushar Marwaha (three Assistant Professors of SSCBS involved in different entrepreneurial activities and projects at SSCBS).

During July – December, 2016, students of the college have been coached and motivated to develop new innovative ideas and start-ups.  External industry experts, entrepreneurs and alumni of college were invited to meet students and also to hold idea review sessions.

Rigorous process to select the CEO was carried out in December 2016. Selection Committee of 5 members included VC-NSIT, industry veterans and Principal-SSCBS. Based on the recommendations of the Selection Committee, Mr. Naresh Priyadarshi, joined SIIF as full-time CEO on 09 Jan. 2017. He is an alumnus of SSCBS (class of 1991) and IIM Ahmedabad (class of 1997), with 25 years of experience in corporate leadership, people development, strategy and management consulting, in India and abroad.

 

Progress till date

A.     Activities carried out by SIIF

  1. Held 28 classroom sessions during January – February 2017 covering about 1000 students to make them aware about new incubation policy of Govt. of NCT of Delhi, new incubation centre in the college and all the facilities, mentoring & financial support available to start-ups. This encouraged the students to come forward and discuss potential business ideas, and eventually 5 new business proposals came up.
  2. Held detailed presentation session with faculty of the college on same matter as preceding point. This led to a business proposal coming in from one faculty member, and one from son of SSCBS staff member.
  3. Regular sharing of all the opportunities / competitive platforms available for students / start-ups
  4. Regular exposure to students and start-up teams to various events in NCR including the ones being organized by TiE
  5. Provided 15-30 student volunteers every time to TiE for each of their events related MSME / Entrepreneurship / Technology / Internet
  6. Organized two lectures / sessions from external experts (Jan & March 2017): Dr. R. Rena, Prof. at North West University, South Africa; and Runjhun Gupta, Entrepreneur & SSCBS Alumnus; third one due in
  7. Submitted the write-up for Education Newsletter of Govt. of NCT of Delhi for April / May 2017.
  8. New course designed to be offered through host institution: BBA (Entrepreneurship)
  9. Active engagement with Marketing & Law societies of college to channelize their efforts towards entrepreneurship / SIIF
  10. Created the opportunity for students to work as interns at SIIF and gain first-hand experience of a company / start-up ecosystem.
  11. Actively Engaged SSCBS alumni for their contribution to SIIF and also to put up proposals for incubation under SIIF
  12. Developed and launched SIIF website (siif.in) within 3 days including writing of contents, technological development and hosting.
  13. Write-up on SIIF put up at SSCBS (Host institution’s) website
  14. Social media properties launched: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter – regular updates and Tweets happening
  15. Chairperson, Directors and CEO have participated in various events / conferences in NCR and other parts of India
  16. Engaged different industry experts to act as evaluators and also to create awareness about SIIF
  17. Working on potential MoUs with entities like NIESBUD, CIIE-IIMA, EDII, and other accelerators, co-working space owners
  18. Regular interface with other IC’s: DTU, BPIBS, IGDTUW, AUD, and a positive support from DTTE
  19. Engaged with TiE on regular basis for their advisory inputs.
  20. Kick-started discussions with Microsoft, iamhere24x7, IBM and TransOrg Analytics for helping on entrepreneurship / understanding of use of analytics in start-ups
  21. Identified a robotics start-up which sets up robotics DIY labs for potential association for new campus facility
  22. Skill / Personality Development Session held for students and proposal teams – Dr. Mel Bull, Sheffield Hallam University, UK
  23. Two Training sessions held for students at SSCBS on ideation, start-ups and business plan writing
  24. Three Directors attending FDP programs at EDII Ahmedabad, EDII – Regional Centre (South) at Bangalore
  25. Investment Committee and Review Committee were formed for final evaluation of start-up proposals.
  • Investment Committeewas formed in March 2017 including external experts, entrepreneurs and alumni for final evaluation and approval of start-ups from Batch 1:  7 start-ups approved.
  • Review Committeewas formed in April 2017 including senior level experts and entrepreneurs for deciding extent of funding to those 7 start-ups:  5 out of 7 approved to be given incubation support, ranging from funding, infrastructure support, mentoring, networking etc.  Agreements signed / in progress towards signing.  Term sheets being worked-out with CA; Remittance schedule developed on basis of milestone chart and fund requirements; every remittance to be cleared after assessment at each stage.
  • Each start-up to have consistent / dedicated set of experts for monitoring and appraisals.
  1. Continued interaction with other Incubation Centres like BPIBS, DTU: helped to share some good practices and learn from each other, which in turn has helped the students.
  2. Interaction with eYantra Labs, IIT-Mumbaiis being initiated to widen the scope of entrepreneurial opportunities for students, particularly in robotics.
  3. Kick-started discussions with Microsoftand TransOrg Analytics
  • Potential support from Microsoft: developing faculty, training to entrepreneurs, networking with other accelerators supported by Microsoft, B-Plan competitions etc.
  • Potential support from TransOrg: developing short term modular courses in analytics, helping in developing course contents on data analytics and business intelligence for the proposed BBA (Entrepreneurship) course.
  1. MoUs signed with NIESBUDand IvyCap
  • NIESBUD will be continuous stream of information on new opportunities, new policies and support from Govt. including DST, MSME, NITI, State Govt.
  • IvyCap will create a gateway for our incubatee companies to access network of 5000 entrepreneurs and 3000 mentors; will also offer options for external funding; will provide business acumen inputs to entrepreneurs through mentors
  1. SIIF is building up database of experts, mentors, vendors; once we reach a level of 100 mentors listed here, this depository will be of great value to all the 11 incubation centres and more.
  2. Signed up the Chartered Accounting firm for all the financial, taxation and compliance work.
  3. Interviewed few candidates for different roles at SIIF but no one finalized yet; the process of interviews is continuing as of date.
  4. Attended as well as organized meetings of different incubation centres; also participated and contributed during the meeting of Incubation Centres with Hon’ble Secretary, Higher Education, GNCTD.
  5. Provided materials and inputs to TiE – Delhi NCR and other incubation centres from time to time.

 

B.      Activities related to SIIF

  1. Company incorporated on October 6, 2016
  2. Two Board Meetings held: Oct 10 2016 and March 22 2017.
  3. Bank account opened; PAN & TAN received.
  4. MoU signed with TiE
  5. Have set up the basic office processes; administrative policies are being written.
  6. All the payments and dues cleared within FY 2016-17
  7. Procured necessary office equipment for current operations of SIIF; all the devices and equipment for incubation centre to be procured after moving to new campus.
  8. Applied to DST, GoI for recognition of Incubation Centre
  9. Other Ongoing work: setting up of the rooms and facilities at first floor in the new campus to deliver an iconic incubation centre.
  10. Ongoing research:
  • Compilation of data on different incubation centres, co-working spaces;
  • Regulatory mechanisms, government policies at state and centre level which could act as enablers to success of start-ups

 

LIBRARY

The library adds new titles in its collection on regular basis which as of now holds 20,764 titles.  In addition, the library subscribes to 47 magazines and journals of national and international repute and 13 national and business newspapers. The library made purchases in the field of business communication, computer science, economics, finance, human resource management, marketing and other related areas during the year to enhance the knowledge of the students by exposing them to a greater variety of books and periodicals on their respective subject.

 

Apart from the print resources, teaching and research is also supported by accessing the large number of electronic resources i.e. Electronic Journals, Reports, and Case Studies through Delhi University Library Network which includes 02 Federated/Common Search Engines namely JCCC and Knimbus, 12 Reference & Citation Sources, 07 Bibliographic Sources, 02 Citation Analysis Resources namely, Scopus and Web of Science and other full text databases in the field of Management Studies and Computer Science etc.

 

Moreover, the library has an Institutional membership of Developing Library Network (DELNET) and N-LIST (National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content). Its databases are accessible through worldwide web which provides access to E-books and E-journals.

 

Most importantly, all our college library activities have been automated using the complete modern Web-based Open Source Solution i.e. KOHA, an internationally renowned Integrated Library Management System. We are one of the first few college libraries of University of Delhi which has shifted from LIBTEK DOS based library system to KOHA Open Source Library Management Software. Koha was introduced in May 2014. The basic objective of the KOHA is meeting the needs of its user base by providing the resources i.e. Books, Journals, Newspapers etc. With the use of KOHA software, Electronic resources i.e. Research Papers, Articles etc. of our college faculty members have been processed and put exclusively under the Research Publications category of the interactive library catalogue.

 

To enhance the Cashless Environment, Library is maintaining proper fines on respective title of each and every student and generating reports from KOHA as well. It gives the clear picture of students’ library account and adds transparency to the library system.

 

Students, faculty and staff members can easily check the status of the library resources by accessing the Online Public Access Catalogue (OPAC) and also have access to the scanned syllabus and question papers through the Library Portal. This catalogue supports advanced search strategies displaying enhanced catalogue. Library has Hindi Literature books and a separate section of books for Economically Weaker Section Students.

 

In addition, all the library resources are barcoded and software has been installed at the check desk for analysing the foot falls of faculty, staff and students visiting the library.

 

This year, the library added 899 textbooks and reference books for an outlay of ₹ 3,04,478/-, 47 periodicals for ₹ 1,18,805/- and 13 newspapers for ₹ 22,472/- On the electronic front, the library spent ₹ 11,500/- and ₹ 5,750/- to subscribe to digital databases, DELNET and N-LIST respectively.

 

In the new campus building, the library has taken a quantum leap forward. Now, spread over two floors, with a vast dedicated reading area and more stacking space than ever before, the library is poised to offer a richer and better experience to the students and faculty of the college.

 

COMPUTER LABORATORIES

The College has four well equipped computer laboratories and one electronics laboratory with 166 computers and associated infrastructure. The entire college campus is Wi-Fi enabled. The labs are enriched with softwares like SPSS, Mathematica, Oracle, C/C++, Visual C++, Java, Weka, ERP, MS Project and MS Visio and provide both Linux and Windows platforms. Each lab is also equipped with printers. All computer laboratories and classrooms are equipped with LCD projectors to facilitate teaching and presentations.

Lab 1 Faculty-in-Charge – Dr. Amrina Kausar

Lab 2 Faculty-in-Charge – Mr. Onkar Singh

Lab 3 Faculty-in-Charge – Dr. Shikha Gupta

Lab 4 Faculty-in-Charge – Dr. Mona Verma

Lab 5 Faculty-in-Charge – Ms. Sonika Thakral

 

The new college building now would have seven well equipped computer laboratories with state-of-the-art infrastructure. The entire campus is to be covered via Wi-Fi. All computer laboratories are to be equipped with LCD projectors, while the classrooms all are to have state-of-the-art lecture podiums with drop-down screens, recording facilities, integrated mike systems and modern electronic teaching aids to facilitate teaching and presentations.

 

OTHER INFORMATION

  • Kavita Rastogi, Associate Professor with the Department of Computer Science, has been nominated as an Anti-Discriminatory Officer.
  • Mona Verma, Assistant Professor with the Department of Management Studies, has been nominated as the Liaison Officer (OBC).
  • Onkar Singh, Assistant Professor with the Department of Computer Science, has been nominated as the Liaison Officer (SC/ST).
  • The tenure of Dr. Ajay Jaiswal, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science as Bursar has been extended for another year w.e.f. January 17, 2017.
  • The tenure of Ms. Kishori Ravishankar, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Studies as the ‘Public Information Officer’ (PIO) has been extended for another year.
  • The tenure of Mr. Surender Jairath, Administrative Officer as ‘Assistant Public Information Officer’ (APIO) has been extended for another year.

 

ACCREDITATIONS

The college has successfully received accreditation from NAAC. The entire accreditation process has been one of learning, self-discovery and setting of processes for betting the academic offerings and student activities of the college.

 

  • NAAC: (National Assessment and Accreditation Council)

Post the visit of the NAAC peer team to the college campus during 27-29 Jan. 2016. The college has been accredited with a CGPA of 3.2 on a four-point scale and ‘A’ Grade valid for a period of five years from 19/02/2016.

The efforts of the NAAC Steering Committee and the (follow-on) IQAC Committee members are appreciated.

(List of NAAC Committee members is enclosed in Annexure 36).

  • IQAC: (Internal Quality Assurance Cell)

As per the requirement of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) has been constituted by the college. The IQAC has representatives of all stakeholders, viz., Adminstration, Faculty, Students, Alumni and Recruiters. The IQAC has also been tasked with implementing the Academic Audit for a regular strategic overview of the college’s activities.

 

Fresh and diverse opinions add to the perspectives of the IQAC. The Governing Body of the college has invited eminent resource persons to serve as honorary members of the Academic Audit Committee. This committee has been graced with the presence of Prof. (Dr.) Manoj K. Sharma (Former Prof., IIT-D and Dean, Faculty of Management, UPTU, UP, India and currently CEO, DTU-IIF) and Lt. Gen. (Retd.) R. Roy. (UYSM, AVSM, YSM; retired senior army officer).

 

During the year, the IQAC has met twice and has decided on a Road Map of action plans to improve the quality of college functioning and has also taken stock of the progress made on various aspects of the road map.

 

FACULTY

The college now has 35 permanent and 4 ad-hoc faculty members. In addition to these, there are 19 guest faculty members associated with the Department of Management Studies and 44 guest faculty members associated with the Department of Computer Science.

 

  1. Shalini Prakash, Associate Professor, availed Child Care Leave w.e.f. 05-26 Jan. 2016 and 30 Jan.-15 Dec. 2016.
  2. Sonika Thakral, Assistant Professor, availed Child Care Leave w.e.f. 05-26 Jan. 2016 and 30 Jan.-25 Apr. 2016.
  3. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat, Assistant Professor, availed Study Leave w.e.f. 20 Jul.-24 Sept. 2016.
  4. Anamika Gupta, Assistant Professor availed Child Care Leave w.e.f. 10 Jul.-03 Dec. 2016.
  5. Paridhi, Assistant Professor, availed maternity leave w.e.f. 18 Nov. 2016-16 May, 2017.
  6. Shikha Gupta, Assistant Professor, availed Child Care Leave w.e.f. 14-27 Sept. 2016 and 27 Feb.-09 Mar. 2017.
  7. Tushar Marwaha, Assistant Professor, availed paternity leave w.e.f. 16-30 Apr. 2017.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

The college has 32 permanent and 12 contractual non-teaching staff working in the administration, library, computer laboratories and the placement cell.

 

  1. Mr. Uttam Singh joined as Jr. Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. July 6, 2016 to January 5, 2017 and from January 10, 2017 to March 27, 2017 (F.N.).
  2. Ms. Laxmi joined as Jr. Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. April 4, 2016 to October 3, 2016, from October 5, 2016 to April 4, 2017 and from April 6, 2017 for a period of six months.
  3. Ms. Champa Negi joined as Jr. Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. October 4, 2016 to April 3, 2017 and from April 6, 2017 for a period of six months.
  4. Ms. Bharti Misra joined as Jr. Library and Information Assistant on contractual basis April 4, 2016 to October 3, 2016, from October 5, 2016 to April 4, 2017 and from April 6, 2017 for a period of six months.
  5. Mr. Varun Bhardwaj joined as Office Attendant on contractual basis w.e.f. April 4, 2016 to October 3, 2016, from October 5, 2016 to April 4, 2017 and from April 6, 2017 for a period of six months.
  6. Mr. Hemender Sharma joined as Sr. Technical Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. July 13, 2017 to January 12, 2017 and from January 16, 2017 for a period of six months.
  7. Mr. Deepak Kumar Patel joined as Lab. Attendant on contractual basis w.e.f. July 6, 2016 to January 5, 2017 and from January 9, 2017 for a period of six months.
  8. Mr. Sunny joined as Lab. Attendant on contractual basis w.e.f. July 6, 2016 to January 5, 2017 and from January 9, 2017 for a period of six months.
  9. Mr. Varun Kumar Kushwaha joined as System & Network Administrator on contractual basis w.e.f. June 3, 2016 to December 2, 2016 and from December 6, 2016 for a period of six months.
  10. Ms. Manisha Nayyar joined as Placement Officer on contractual basis w.e.f. July 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016 and from January 3, 2017 to July 2, 2017 and July 4, 2017 to July 17, 2017.
  11. Mr. Ravindra Kumar joined as Driver on contractual basis w.e.f. September 8, 2016 to March 7, 2017 and from March 9, 2017 for a period of six months.
  12. Mr. S.Q. Abbas, Sr. Assistant retired on July 31, 2016 and joined after retirement on contractual basis w.e.f. August 2, 2016 to February 1, 2017 and February 3, 2017 to August 2, 2017.
  13. Mr. Jagdev Singh, G.O. retired on October 31, 2016.
  14. Ms. Archana Pandey, Lab. Attendant, availed Child Care Leave w.e.f. October 25, 2016 to November 11, 2016 and from May 22, 2017 to June 28, 2017.
  15. Ms. Nidhi Arora, Lab. Attendant, availed Child Care Leave w.e.f. August 22, 2016 to September 2, 2016.

 

(List of the governing body members, teaching and non-teaching staff is enclosed in Annexure-1)

 

ADMISSIONS (2016-17)

The Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities (FASSH), University of Delhi conducted the Joint Entrance Test 2016 for admission to Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS), Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial and Investment Analysis) (BBAFIA) and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Business Economics programs. The selection criteria comprised of elimination objective type multiple choice written test, personal interview and performance in Class XII for BMS and BBA(FIA) courses.

 

During the year 2016-17, 201 students were admitted to the BMS program and 67 students were admitted to the BBA(FIA) program.

 

The admission to B.Sc. (H) Computer Science program is based on the Class XII performance of the candidates. 43 students were admitted to the B.Sc. (H) Computer Science program.

 

ACADEMIC RESULTS (2016-2017)

The College follows a continuous system of evaluating students’ performance through a system of tests, assignments, projects and presentations marked for internal assessment purposes followed by the University conducted semester-end examinations to ensure that high academic standards are maintained. The system enables the students to acquire considerable in-depth knowledge in different fields of their chosen discipline. Our students expend considerable efforts in their academic endeavours and this shows in their academic performace during their college life and beyond.

 

This year, the college bade farewell to our one and only batch of B.Tech. (Computer Science) students (batch of 2013-17). Composed of versatile and talented individuals, this batch contributed enormously to the college as a whole. They have also done well at the task of raising the SSCBS flag across the world. Students from this batch have been selected for PG/Masters level courses at some of the most prestigious institutions across the world, including University of Texas at Dallas, University of Southern California at Los Angeles, Boston University, XLRI (Xavier School of Management, India) and IIIT’s (Indian Institute of Information Technology) among others.

 

(More details regarding the academic results is enclosed in Annexure 37)

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

Financial Assistance Scholarship Program

The college has provided financial support for students from economically weaker sections of the society on a need-cum-merit basis. 68 students in total were selected for this scholarship program and the total amount disbursed was ₹ 7,40,000/-

(List of Financial Assistance Scholarship Program Recipients is enclosed in Annexure 2)

 

Scholarship Support

The college has received financial support from the following organisations/persons for supporting the students of the college.

Sr. No.

Amount (in ₹)

Particulars

1

20,000.00

World Brotherhood Organisation

2

2,00,000.00

Mr. Narander Kumar Nigam for Sh. Pooran Mal Award (w.e.f. 2017-18)

3

1,50,000.00

Sh. Ram Prakash for Vanishree Award (w.e.f 2017-18)

TOTAL

3,70,000.00

 

 

Fee Waivers

The following students have been provided fee waivers by the college:

Sr. No.

Amount

Particulars

1

24,580.00

Paid to Employee Ward

2

24,580.00

Paid to Employee Ward

3

9,580.00

Paid to Employee Ward

4

13,060.00

Mr. Vincent Rojon, International Relations Student, DU

5

13,060.00

Ms. Apolline Coquet, International Relations Student, DU

6

7,40,000.00

Financial Assistance Scholarship to 68 students

TOTAL

₹ 8,24,860.00

 

                            

FACULTY AWARDS, TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

 

The contribution of the faculty to the development of the college and its students is invaluable. Alongside their teaching and student responsibilities, the faculty have contributed to research and development corpus of the college in an exemplary fashion. This year, the faculty members of the college have written over 28 research papers, articles & chapters in books, published one book, participated in 8 Orientation and Refresher programs, presented papers in 21 conferences, attended 6 conferences and 10 workshops and have served as editors for two journals of international repute.

A more detailed description of their stellar contribution to the college and research efforts is attempted below.

 

Faculty Awards

The Government of NCT Delhi, Directorate of Higher Education has instituted an award for College lecturers, for all Delhi Government funded colleges. The award is based on exhaustive criteria of Student Evaluation (40%), Self-Appraisal (10%), Result Evaluation (30%) and Evaluation by Principal (20%). Based on the criteria those faculty members whose score is 70% and higher are eligible for the award. Dr. Abhishek Tandon, Assistant Professor in Department of Management Studies was awarded the ‘Best Teacher Award’ by the GNCTD for 2016-17.

 

Dr. Poonam Verma, Principal

  • Member of the Academic Council of University of Delhi for the year 2016-17.
  • Member of the Standing Committee of the Academic Council for Business Affairs, University of Delhi.
  • Expert Committee member for developing Bachelor in Vocation (B.Voc) programme in BFSI sector, School of Vocational Education & Training, IGNOU, New Delhi.
  • Chairperson, SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation e.f. 06 Oct. 2016. (The Section 8 company promoted by the College).
  • Contribution as a Moderator in a session held on 11 Nov. 2016 during the National Workshop on Examination Reform in Higher Education “Choice Based Credit System (CBCS): Potential and Challenges” organized by Association of Indian Universities in collaboration with Department of Education, Central University of Haryana, Mahendergarh on 09-11 Nov. 2016.
  • Attended a FDP at Hyderabad for UG college Principals from 28-29 Nov. 2016 organized by IBS Business School, Noida.
  • Attended “3rd National Leadership Conclave” organized by AIMA from 22-23 Mar. 2017.

 

Department of Management Studies

 

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal, Associate Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Anti-Ragging / Disciplinary Committee
  2. Dhwani Society
  3. IQAC
  4. Internal Complaint Committee
  5. Committee formed to decide use of money donated for Scholarship by BBS’91 Batch
  • Member of College Committees:
    1. Anti-Ragging / Disciplinary Committee
    2. Internal Complaint Committee
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Project Raahat.

 

Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh, Associate Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Committee Against Sexual Harassment
  • Member of College Committees:
    1. NAAC Core Committee / Steering Committee
    2. NIRF Committee
    3. Grievance Redressal Committee
    4. Internal Assessment Monitoring Committee
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
    1. Mark-It (Organised 2 day inter-college Marketing Event: Excelsior)
  • Participated in the National Management Convention organised by AIMA
  • Participated in the National Leadership Conclave organised by AIMA.
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Shramdaan for Skilling India.

 

Dr. Hamendra Kumar Porwal, Associate Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Purchase Committee
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. PF committee
  2. IQAC committee
  3. Discipline committee
  4. Anti-Ragging Committee
  • Conferences Attended:
  1. Convergence: The Annual SSCBS Corporate Seminar, 20 Jan. 2017
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Shramdaan for Skilling India.

 

Dr. Tarannum Ahmad, Associate Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Attendance Committee
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Admissions Committee
  2. NAAC Steering Committee
  3. IQAC
  4. Discipline Committee
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
    1. Darkroom (Co-TIC)
    2. Fourth Wall (Co-TIC)
    3. Kriti (Co-TIC)
    4. Verve (Co-TIC)

 

Dr. Rohini Singh, Associate Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Nodal Officer: NIRF
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Admissions Committee
  2. Internal Assessment Monitoring Committee
  • Conferences Attended:
  1. Convergence: The Annual SSCBS Corporate Seminar, 20 Jan. 2017
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
    1. Synergy (Co-TIC)
  • Principal Investigator of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Shramdaan for Skilling India.

 

Ms. Kavita Kapur, Associate Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Admissions Committee
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Academic Development Committee
  2. Admissions Committee
  3. Information Brochure Committee
  4. NAAC Steering Committee

 

Ms. Shalini Prakash, Associate Professor

  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Academic Development Committee
  2. NAAC Steering Committee

 

Dr. Anuja Mathur, Associate Professor

  • Member of College Committees:
  1. NAAC Steering Committee
  2. IQAC
  3. Attendance Committee
  4. Students Financial Assistance Committee
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Enactus
  • Principal Investigator of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Project Raahat.

 

Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Attended a Faculty Development Programme in Management from 06 Jun. to 24 Sept. 2016 at the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.
  2. Participated in Faculty Development Programme “Case Method in Finance” from 07-08 Oct. 2016 at Delhi School of Business.
  3. Participated in the JAAF Symposium, held at IIM Ahmedabad from 05-07 Jan. 2017 Organized by IIM Ahmedabad and ISB Hyderabad.
  4. Participated in Accounting Symposium on IFRS held in 2016 at Shri Ram College of Commerce. Organized by SRCC and Indian Accounting Association, Delhi Chapter.
  5. Workshop on Mentoring of Students, Organised by SSCBS, University of Delhi, on 21 May 2016.
  • Refresher Courses Attended:
  1. Attended a Refresher Course in Environment from 11 Nov.-01 Dec. 2016 and obtained ‘A’ Grade. Organized by Human Resource Development Centre, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra.
  • Workshops/Trainings Organised:
    1. Organised a Seminar by Prof. Shankar Basu (IIM-B) on “Contemporary issues in Derivative markets in India” at SSCBS in association with IIM, Bangalore. Nov. 2016.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Business Analytics)
  2. Equal Opportunity Cell
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Research Committee
  2. NAAC Committee (Criterion 3)
  3. Hostel Committee
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. FinX (Finance Society) (Co-TIC)
  • Publications:
  1. Garg, K. and Sehrawat, N.K. (2017) Handbook on Valuation. Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi. ISBN=978-93-5139-497-6.
  2. Sehrawat, N.K. et al, CEO Equity Compensation and Firm Performance: Evidence from India, Social Science Reporter, Vol 7, issue 1, pg. 68-91, 2017. ISSN 2231-0789.
  3. Sehrawat, N.K. et al, CEO Duality and Firm Performance: Evidence from India, Journal of Commerce and Management, Vol 6, issue 2, Pg. 187-207, 2016, and ISSN 2231-4881.
  4. Sehrawat, N.K. et al, Independent Women Directors and Firm Performance: Evidence from India, Social Science Reporter, Vol 6, issue 4, pg. 76-93, 2016, ISSN 2231-0789.
  5. Sehrawat, N.K. et al, Influence of Work Environment on Productivity of Employees: Evidence from India. Social Science Reporter, Vol. 6(4), pg. 46-58, 2016 ISSN 2231-0789.
  6. Sehrawat, N.K. et al, Gender Sensitivity at Workplace: Escalating the Dialogue in Corporate India. Journal of Commerce and Management, Vol 6, issue 2, pg.187-201, 2016, ISSN 2231-4881.
  7. Sehrawat, N.K. et al, Success and Sustenance in Family Business: A case of Wagh Bakri Tea Group. Bulletin of Indian Society and Culture, Vol 3, issue 2, pg.216-223, 2016, ISSN 2395-3748.
  8. Sehrawat, N.K. et al, Catalysing Change: Role of SEWA Bank in Empowering Women in Unorganized Sector. Social Science Reporter, Vol 6, issue 1, pg.178-190, 2016, ISSN 2231-0789.
  • Papers Under Review:
    1. Nagar, N. and Sehrawat, N.K. Earnings Management in India: Managers’ Fixation on Operating Profits.
    2. Desai, N. and Sehrawat, N.K. The Effect of Audit Quality on Earnings Management: An Empirical Investigation.
  • Papers Presented and Accepted in Conferences:
  1. Predicting Bankruptcy of companies: An Innovation Approach. Paper selected for World Finance Conference organized by World Finance Association in July 2016 at New York.
  2. Are we nearing Dot Com Bubble2.0? Paper presented at the 6th India Finance Conference (2016) jointly organized by IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C from 17-19 Dec. 2016.
  3. “Predicting the Financial Crises of the Companies Based Upon Cash Flow Statement: An innovative Approach.” Paper presented at 6th India Finance Conference (2016) jointly organized by IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C from 17-19 Dec. 2016.
  4. “Quantify the Impact of Convergence of Indian GAAP WITH IFRS on EPS: An Empirical Study.” Paper presented in 6th India Finance Conference (2016) jointly organized by IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C from 17-19 Dec. 2016.
  5. “Re-Build-up to the IT sector crises? Fundamental and technical prospective.” Paper presented in 6th Indian Finance Conference (2016) jointly organized by IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C from 17-19 Dec. 2016.
  6. “Identifying and Predicting Potential Bull and Bear Market: An Empirical Investigation.” Paper presented in 6th Indian Finance Conference (2016) jointly organized by IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C from 17-19 Dec. 2016.
  • Other Details:
    1. Chaired a Session in 6th India Finance Conference at IIM Ahmedabad jointly organized by IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C from 18-22 Dec. 2016.
    2. Member of Advisory Board in for IFRS Assignment at KG Management Advisors LLP. B-1223, Main Market, Shastri Nagar, New Delhi-110052, India.
    3. Editor-in-Chief of Amar Research Journal, An UGC recognised Interdisciplinary Research Journal, an International, Registered & Referred Quarterly Research Journal with Impact Factor -1.7, ISSN No. 2348-1323.
    4. Life Member of Indian Accounting Association.
    5. Life Member of India Finance Association.
  • Principal Investigator of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Quantify the Impact of IFRS Adoption on Corporate Reporting Practices in India: An Empirical Investigation. Total cost of the project is ₹ 5,00,000.

 

Ms. Kishori Ravi Shankar, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Attended a workshop conducted by Directorate of Administrative Training on RTI for 2 days on 07-08 Feb. 2017.
  • Refresher Courses Attended:
  1. Attended a Refresher Course in Global Studies from 09-29 Jun. 2016. Organized by CPDHE, University of Delhi.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Public Information Officer (PIO)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Synergy (Co-TIC)

 

Dr. Kumar Bijoy, Assistant Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Head of the Department (DMS)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Grandeur (The Consulting and Knowledge Cell) (Co-TIC)
  2. MIC (The Management Interaction Cell) (Co-TIC)

 

Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay, Assistant Professor

  • Orientation Program:
    1. Attended Orientation Program conducted by CPDHE, University of Delhi, 20 May-17 Jun. 2017.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Coordinator of the Department (DMS, BBAFIA)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. DebSoc (College Debating Society) (Co-TIC)
  2. Illuminati (College Quiz Society) (Co-TIC)
  3. LitSoc (College Literary Society) (Co-TIC)

 

Dr. Amrina Kausar, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program on “Using MS Excel for Business Mathematics Problems” at P.G.D.A.V. College, University of Delhi on 21 Jan. 2017.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. College Functions Committee
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Admissions Committee
  2. Research Committee
  3. Canteen Committee
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. UGC Sponsored National Conference on Statistics and Optimization Techniques, 11-13 Feb. 2017. Organised by Department of Statistics, M.D. University, Rohtak, India.
  2. International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Infocom Technology and Business Operations, 08-10 Feb., 2017. Organised by Amity University, U.P., India.

 

Mr. Ramesh Kumar, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program on “Entrepreneurship” organised by EDII, Bangalore chapter at BNMIT, Bangalore from 11-22 Jul. 2016.
  2. Faculty Development Program on “Entrepreneurship” at EDII Ahmedabad from 19-30 Dec. 2016.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Director, SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation e.f. 06 Oct. 2016. (The Section 8 company promoted by the College)
  2. Co-convener/TIC, Career Development Cell (Placement Committee)
  • Member of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Entrepreneurship)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. MIC (The Management Interaction Cell) (Co-TIC)
  2. Yuva (Student Entrepreneurship Cell) (Co-TIC)
  • Workshops Organised:
  1. Workshop on “Excel, E-views and SPSS” for NCCMP Batch 10. 08-09 Apr. 2017.
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. “Twelfth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship”, 22-22 Feb. 2017. Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (EDII), Ahmedabad, India.
  • Publications:
  1. Kumar, R. (2016) “Sustainable Marketing: Ecological Issues” in Contemporary Issues in Marketing, Global Vision Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-8220-775-2.
  • Other Details:
  1. Coordinator of NCCMP, Batch 10 (2016-17).
  • Principal Investigator of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: E-waste Management: A Social Responsibility towards Sustainability.

 

Dr. Mona Verma, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program on “Using MS Excel for Business Mathematics Problems” at P.G.D.A.V. College, University of Delhi on 21 Jan. 2017.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Liaison Officer (OBC) of the college.
  2. Timetable Committee (DMS) (2017)
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Committee Against Sexual Harassment
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Parishram (Sports Society) (Co-TIC)
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. UGC Sponsored National Conference on Statistics and Optimization Techniques, 11-13 Feb. 2017. Organised by Department of Statistics, M.D. University, Rohtak, India.
  2. International Conference on Quality, Reliability, Infocom Technology and Business Operations, 08-10 Feb., 2017. Organised by Amity University, U.P., India.

 

Ms. Madhu Totla, Assistant Professor

  • Self-growth:
  1. Awarded M.Phil. (Finance) with ‘Distinction’ from Department of Commerce, University of Delhi in Mar. 2017.
  • Trainings/Workshops/Events Organised:
  1. Seminar on “Student and Investor Awareness” in collaboration with NCDEX on 07 Apr. 2017.
  2. Implemented Prime Minister’s “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Abhiyan” by organizing two weeks North East Festival focusing on the rich culture of the states of Assam and Sikkim from 21-24 2017 and 06-10 Mar. 2017.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Timetable Committee (DMS) (2016)
  • Member of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Business Analytics)
  2. Crescendo (Annual College Fest)
  3. Committee for Representation of North-East Students
  • Other details:
  1. Life Member, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New Delhi.
  2. Life Member, Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi.
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: “Quantify the Impact of IFRS Adoption on Corporate Reporting Practices in India: An Empirical Investigation.

 

Dr. Nidhi Kesari, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops/Seminars Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program on “Entrepreneurship” organised by EDII, Bangalore chapter at BNMIT, Bangalore from 11-22 Jul. 2016.
  2. Faculty Development Program on “Entrepreneurship” at EDII Ahmedabad from 19-30 Dec. 2016.
  3. Course Development (BBA-Entrepreneurship) with faculty of EDII, Ahmedabad from 22-26 Jan. 2017.
  4. Workshop on Research Methods in Labour Studies. Organised by V.V. Giri National Labour Institute, Noida from 29 May-09 Jun. 2017.
  5. Workshop on Mentoring of Students, Organised by SSCBS, University of Delhi, on 21 May 2016.
  • Refresher Courses Attended:
  1. Special Summer School at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi from 26-May-15 Jun. 2016.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Director, SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation e.f. 06 Oct. 2016. (The Section 8 company promoted by the College)
  2. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Entrepreneurship)
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. National Skill Development (NSDC linked) Committee
  2. Students Financial Assistance Committee
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Yuva (Student Entrepreneurship Cell) (Co-TIC)
  • Conferences/Workshops Organised:
  1. Organising Secretary (International) in International Conference on Issues and Challenges in Doctoral Research, August 25th, 2016 in ITM University, Gwalior.
  2. Workshop on Six Sigma (Green Belt) at SSCBS on 01 Mar. 2017.
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. Attended “International Conference on Issues and Challenges in Doctoral Research” organized by ITM University, Gwalior under the aegis of Global Network of Doctorates, 25 Aug. 2016.
  2. “Financial Literacy and Saving Behaviour towards Child Educational Needs.” Paper presented at School of Commerce and Business Studies, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, 25-27 Sept. 2016.
  3. Women Empowerment: Realities and Challenges.” Paper presented at the All India Commerce Conference, University of Lucknow, 11-13 Nov. 2016
  4. “Foreign Direct Investment: A Route to Make in India.” Paper Presented at Harish Chandra Post Graduate College, Varanasi, 05-06 Mar. 2017.
  5. “Goods and Service Tax (GST): Opportunities and Challenges.” Paper presented at D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, 01-02 Feb. 2017
  6. “Startups: Its Philosophy and Schemes.” Paper presented at Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapith, Varanasi, 10-11 Jan. 2017.
  7. “Opportunities in Higher Education in India.” Paper presented at Digvijay Nath P.G. College, Gorakhpur, 20-21 Oct. 2016.
  • Publications:
  1. Kesari, N. (2016) ‘Financial Literacy and Saving Behaviour towards Child Educational Needs’ in Proceedings of International Conference on Innovation and Emerging Trends in Business Management and Information Technology organized by School of Commerce and Business Studies, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, 25-27 Sept. 2016. ISBN=978-93-86439-06-2 (Set), ISBN=978-93-86439-08-6 (Vol.2)
  2. Kesari, N. (2016) ‘Legal Framework of Corporate Social Responsibility in India’ in Nation Building through Higher Education. Singh, G. et al eds. New Delhi Publishers, New Delhi, 2016, pp. 73-79. ISBN=978-93-85503-20-7.
  • Other Details:
  1. Successfully completed one University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project (SSCBS 304): Sustainable Business Strategies: A case Study of Select Indian Enterprises” under University of Delhi Innovation Project Scheme 2015-2016. Cost of the project was ₹ 3,50,000.
  2. Life member of Indian Commerce Association.
  3. Life member of Global Network of Doctorates.
  4. Life member of Academic Professionals and Jobs.
  5. Life member of Global Academy of Doctorates.

 

Ms. Paridhi, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Workshop on Mentoring of Students, Organised by SSCBS, University of Delhi, on 21 May 2016.
  • Orientation Program Attended:
  1. Attended Orientation Program organised by CPDHE, University of Delhi from 20 May-17 Jun. 2016.
  • Publications:
  1. (2016). Objectives of Education System: Comparative Study of Ancient Bharat and Modern India in Journal of Evolution of Education System in Bharat. Vol. 1., May 2016. pp. 81-85. ISBN=978- 93-85503-46-7.

 

Dr. Sushmita, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops Attended:
  1. International Conference on “South Asia in Global Perspective: Issues and Challenges” organised by DCRC, University of Delhi on 17 -18 Feb. 2017
  2. Workshop on Mentoring of Students, Organised by SSCBS, University of Delhi, on 21 May 2016.
  3. Workshop on “Research Project” at DCRC, University of Delhi on 24 May 2016.
  4. Lecture on “Contemporary Issues in Indian Politics” organised DCRC, University of Delhi on 26 Oct. 2016.
  5. Seminar on “Green GDP” organised by SSCBS on 06 Aug. 2016.
  6. Lecture on “Kashmir: Present Challenges in Historical Perspective”. Organised by DCRC, University of Delhi on 20 Apr. 2017.
  7. Workshop on “Contemporary Themes in India’s Economic Development and the Economic Survey” organized by Chief Economic Advisor, Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD), Govt. of India from 11-17 Jun. 2017.
  • Refresher Course Attended:
  1. Course on “Human Rights” organised by AGC ASC, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi from 28 Apr.-16 May 2016.
  • Publications:
  1. (2016). “The Vitality of Informal Sector in Indian Economy” in International Journal of Retailing and Rural Business Perspectives. Vol. 5 (3), July- Sept. 2016. pp. 2339-2347. ISSN=2279-0934 (P).
  • Other Details:
  1. Affiliate Fellow, Developing Countries Research Centre (DCRC), University of Delhi.
  2. Life Member of Indian Banking Institution.

 

Mr. Tushar Marwaha, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops/Seminars Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program on “Entrepreneurship” organised by EDII, Bangalore chapter at BNMIT, Bangalore from 11-22 Jul. 2016.
  2. Course Development (BBA-Entrepreneurship) with faculty of EDII, Ahmedabad from 22-26 Jan. 2017.
  3. Principal’s Meet for e-Yantra organised by IIT-Bombay at MGM’s College of Engineering and Technology, Noida on 23 Jun. 2017.
  • Orientation Program Attended:
  1. Orientation Program (OR-87) organised by CPDHE, University of Delhi from 25 Nov.-23 Dec. 2016.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Director, SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundatione.f. 06 Oct. 2016. (The Section 8 company promoted by the College)
  2. Co-convener/TIC, Career Development Cell (Placement Committee)
  3. Outstation Trips (Co-Convener/TIC)
  • Member of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Entrepreneurship)
  2. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Business Analytics)
  3. Annual Report Preparation Committee
  4. Research Committee
  5. Information Brochure Committee
  6. Timetable Committee (DMS) (2016)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. DebSoc (College Debating Society) (Co-TIC)
  2. Illuminati (College Quiz Society) (Co-TIC)
  3. LitSoc (College Literary Society) (Co-TIC)
  4. Yuva (Student Entrepreneurship Cell) (Co-TIC)
  • Workshops/Events Organised:
  1. Joint debate competition on 13 Feb. 2017 with Jagannath International Management School, Kalkaji at India International Centre, New Delhi via the Debating Society of the college.
  • Publications:
  1. Marwaha, T. (2017). Studying the ICT Skills Level in students enrolled in IMT-CDL’s Online Courses in Eduspectra: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Research and Education (a UGC recognized peer-reviewed national journal of the Army Institute of Education, G. Noida) Greater Noida, India. Vol. 3 (2017). pp. 14-38. ISSN=2394-9430.
  2. Marwaha, T. (2016). Factors that have influenced the current education system in India and how this is affecting the teaching of under-graduate management students in the University of Delhi in Indian and Western Knowledge Traditions: Singh, G. et al eds. 2016. New Delhi, India: Shivalik Prakashan, pp. 212-230. ISBN=978-9385144-82-0.
  • Other Details:
  1. Life Member of All India Management Association (AIMA), New Delhi

 

Mr. Narander Kumar Nigam, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program organized by Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, Mumbai from 22-24 Aug. 2016.
  2. Workshop on “Case Study” at Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies 07-08 Oct. 2016.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Dalit Grievance Committee
  • Member of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Business Analytics)
  2. NAAC Committee (Criterion 3)
  3. Anti-Ragging Squad
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. DUMUN (DU Model United Nations) (Co-TIC) (2016)
  • Workshops Organised:
  1. Two batches of 5 day “Training on Financial Markets” in SSCBS in the month of Jul. and Aug. 2016.
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. “A Study on the Linkage between Accounting Beta and CAPM: Empirical Evidence from India.” Paper accepted in 6th India Finance Conference (2016) jointly organized by IIM-A, IIM-B and IIM-C from 17-19 Dec. 2016.
  • Publications:
  1. Nigam, N. K., Arya, P. K., & Jain, S. (2017). Neo Option Valuation Formula. – Research World: Journal of Arts, Science and Commerce, 8(1). pp. 35-39.
  2. Nigam, N. K., & Jain, S. (2017). The Relationship between Market Determined Systematic Risk and Accounting variable Research World: Journal of Arts, Science and Commerce, 8(1). pp. 61-69
  3. Arya, P. K, Nigam, N. K., & Laheri, V.K. (2017). Financial Inclusion and Economic Development: Model Working Around the World. Research World: Journal of Arts, Science and Commerce, 8(1). pp. 35-39.
  • Principal Investigator of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Financial Literacy amongst Indian Youth: A Study of University of Delhi’s students.

 

Dr. Abhishek Tandon, Assistant Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. North East Students Welfare Committee (Nodal Officer)
  • Member of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Website Committee
  2. Furniture Committee
  3. Dalit Grievances Committee
  4. Examination Committee
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Communiqué (College Promotion Society) (Co-TIC)
  2. NSS and Kartavya (Co-TIC)
  3. Eco Club (Co-TIC)
  4. Connecting Dreams Foundation (CDF) (Co-TIC)
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. 8th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research and International Business Horizon Inbush Era World Summit. Presented paper titled “Change Point based Reliability Growth Model for Multi-Release Open Source Software Systems.” 17 Feb. 2017.
  • Publications:
  1. Sharma, M., & Tandon, A. (2017). Developing Prediction Models to Assist Software Developers and Support Managers. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Part IV (10408). pp. 548-560. doi:10.1007. ISBN = 978-3-319-62404-4_41.
  2. Tandon, A., Aggarwal, A. G., & Nijhawan, N. (2016,). An NHPP SRGM with Change Point and Multiple Releases. International Journal of Information Systems in the Service Sector. 8(4). pp. 57-68.
  3. Arora, V.P.S., Gangwar, N. and Tandon, A. Applications of Research Methodology in Research Methodology for Faculty. Published by Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR). ISBN=9789385000904.
  • Other Details:
  1. Awarded ‘Best Teacher Award’ by GNCTD for 2016-17.
  2. Delivered an Invited Talk as a Resource Person on SPSS in One Week National Workshop on the Use of I.C.T. and other e-Education Tools: Techniques in Higher Education and Research organized by Km. Mayawati Govt. Girls P.G. College in Mayawati College, Gautam Budh Nagar, UP, Feb. 2017.
  3. Special Invitee for IQAC at Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences, University of Delhi.
  4. Chief Guest at Ambience School MUN, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Quantify the Impact of IFRS Adoption on Corporate Reporting Practices in India: An Empirical Investigation.

 

Mr. Amit Kumar, Assistant Professor

  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Enactus (Co-TIC)
  2. FinX (Finance Society) (Co-TIC)

 

Ms. Neha Rajput, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Workshop on Mentoring of Students, Organised by SSCBS, University of Delhi, on 21 May 2016.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Dalit Grievance Committee
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. NAAC Committee (Criterion 5)
  2. IQAC (Criterion 5)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Blitz (Convener/Co-TIC)
  2. Anthropos (Convener/Co-TIC)
  • Conferences/Events Attended:
  1. Organised and served as a Judge for Global Presentation Competition viz. Present Around the World (PATW), 2016 organised by Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET), UK. On 13 Aug. 2016.
  2. Participated in 43rd National Management Convention 2016 organised by All India Management Association (AIMA) on 21-22 Sept. 2016.
  3. 2nd Higher Education Summit, organised by CEGR.
  • Conferences/Workshops Organised:
  1. Organised International Safety Convention 2016 for Institute of Engineers, India (IEI) at Le Meridien Hotel, New Delhi.
  • Other Details:
  1. Awarded ‘Advance Certificate in Higher Education for Leadership and Management’ by Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR)
  2. Appointed as member for Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR)
  3. Contributed as ‘Management Expert’ for Young Professionals Congress 2016 organised by IET, UK on 03 Sept. 2016.
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: E-waste Management: A Social Responsibility towards Sustainability.

 

Mr. Raj Kumar, Assistant Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Crescendo (Annual Cultural Fest of the College)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Ecovision (Economics Society) (Co-TIC)
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Financial Literacy amongst Indian Youth: A Study of University of Delhi’s students

 

Mr. Abhimanyu Verma, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops Attended:
  1. Faculty Knowledge Sharing Program at IBS, Gurgaon on 30 Jul. 2016.
  • Member of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Entrepreneurship)
  2. NAAC Steering Committee
  3. College Functions Committee
  4. Timetable Committee (2017)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Anthropos (HR Society) (Co-TIC)
  2. Blitz (Dance Society) (Co-TIC)
  3. Mark-It (Marketing Society) (Co-TIC)
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: E-waste management: A Social Responsibility towards Sustainability.

 

Ms. Saumya Jain, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program organized by the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants at Mumbai, India (22-24 Aug. 2016)
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BBA-Business Analytics)
  2. NAAC Committee (Criteria 1)
  3. IQAC (Criteria 1)
  4. North Eastern Students Welfare Committee
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Lawrence (Law Society) (Co-TIC)
  • Workshops/Events Organised:
  1. Two batches of 5 day “Training on Financial Markets” in SSCBS in the month of Jul. and Aug. 2016.
  2. Implemented Prime Minister’s “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Abhiyan” by organizing two weeks North East Festival focusing on the rich culture of the states of Assam and Sikkim from 21-24 2017 and 06-10 Mar. 2017.
  • Publications:
  1. Nigam, N. K., Arya, P. K., & Jain, S. (2017). Neo Option Valuation Formula. Researchers World: Journal of Arts, Science and Commerce, Volume VIII, Issue-1(1). Jan. 2017. pp. 35-39.
  2. Nigam, N. K., & Jain, S. (2017) The Relationship between Market Determined Systematic Risk and Accounting variables. Researchers World: Journal of Arts, Science and Commerce, Volume VIII, Issue 1(1). Jan. 2017. pp. 61-69.
  • Other Details:
  1. Life Member of Indian Commerce Association.
  2. Life Member of Indian Accounting Association.
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Financial Literacy amongst Indian Youth: A Study of University of Delhi’s students.

 

Dr. Gurjeet Kaur, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops Attended:
  1. Faculty Knowledge Sharing Program at IBS, Gurgaon on 30 Jul. 2016.
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Committee for Course Development (BSc.(H)-Financial Mathematics)
  2. College Functions Committee
  3. Timetable Committee (2017)
  • Member of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Web Based Automation for the Self-Assessment of an Educational Institute.

 

Ms. Anusha Goel, Assistant Professor

  • Member of College Committees:
  1. North East Students Welfare Committee
  • Other Details:
  1. Implemented Prime Minister’s “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Abhiyan” by organizing two weeks North East Festival focusing on the rich culture of the states of Assam and Sikkim from 21-24 2017 and 06-10 Mar. 2017.
  2. Special Lecture on “Derivatives” hosted by Mr. R.M. Kaushal organized by MIC (student society of the college) in Mar. 2017.

 

Dr. Ashima Arora, Assistant Professor

  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Dhwani (Music Society) (Co-TIC)
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. Presented a paper at International Conference on “Paradigm Shift in World Economies: Opportunities and Challenges, IC-PSWEOC-2017” on 07-08 Apr. 2017 organized by Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies, GGSIPU, Delhi, India.
  • Publications:
  1. Kalsie, A. and Arora, A. (2017) “Private Equity: An Analysis of PE Players in few Indian Companies” in Goyal, A.K. and Toor, T.P. (eds.), Paradigm Shift in World Economies: Opportunities and Challenges, IC-PSWEOC-2017 conference proceedings, 07-08 Apr. 2017, Vol. II, pp. 115-123.
  2. Kalsie, A. and Arora, A. (2016). Analysis of Working Capital Management of Indian FMCG Companies. Effulgence. 14(2). pp. 72-86.
  3. Kalsie, A. and Arora, A. (2016) Use of Altman’s Z-Score and Merton Model by Banks to Predict Bankruptcy in Indian Corporates. IMS Manthan: The Journal of Innovations. Vol. 11(1).

 

Department of Computer Science

 

Ms. Kavita Rastogi, Assistant Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Anti-Discriminatory Officer
  • Member of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Teacher Representative, College Governing Body (2016)
  2. NAAC Steering Committee
  3. IQAC
  4. Anti-ragging/Discipline Committee
  5. College Orientation (2016)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Darkroom (Co-TIC)
  2. Fourth Wall (Co-TIC)
  3. Kriti (Co-TIC)
  4. Verve (Co-TIC)

 

Dr. Anamika Gupta, Assistant Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Annual Report Preparation Committee
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. NAAC Steering Committee
  2. IQAC
  3. Internal Assessment Moderation Committee
  • Other Details:
  1. Member, Editorial Board in International Journal of Data Analysis Techniques and Strategies, Inderscience Publications
  • Principal Investigator of University of Delhi sponsored Innovation Project: Web Based Automation for the Self-Assessment of an Educational Institute.

 

Dr. Ajay Jaiswal, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings Attended:
  1. Workshop on “R Programming” organized by SSCBS from 07-08 Mar. 2017.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Bursar
  2. Head of the Department (DCS)
  3. Admissions Committee (DCS)
  4. Furniture Committee
  5. Budget Committee
  6. RUSA Coordinator
  7. Website Committee
  • Workshops Organised:
  1. Workshop on “R Programming” at SSCBS from 07-08 Mar. 2017. (Co-Organiser)
  • Publications:
  1. Kumar, N., Singh, M., Govil, M.C. and Jaiswal, A. (2016). “Salient Object Detection in Noisy Images” published in the proceedings of 29th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Canadian AI 2016, Victoria, BC, Canada, 31 May-03 Jun. 2016 as Advances in Artificial Intelligence (part of the series, Lecture Notes in Computer Science), Springer. Vol. 9673. pp. 109-114.

 

Ms. Shikha Gupta, Assistant Professor

  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Annual Report Preparation Committee (2016).
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Parishram (Convener/TIC).

 

Dr. Sameer Anand, Assistant Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Admissions Committee
  2. Furniture Committee
  3. RUSA Committee
  4. Website Committee
  5. Canteen Committee
  6. Committee for Course Development (BSc.(H)-Financial Mathematics)
  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Communiqué (Co-TIC)
  • Workshops Organised:
  1. Workshop on “R Programming” at SSCBS from 07-08 Mar. 2017. (Co-Organiser)
  • Conferences Attended and Papers Presented:
  1. Participated in Joint International Conference on Interdisciplinary Research & 8th International conference on Quality, Reliability, Infocom Technology and Business Operations held during 08-10 Feb. 2017 at Amity University, Noida. Presented a research paper titled “Optimal Release Time and Warranty Period for a Software System incorporating Environment factor.”
  • Other Details:
  1. Served as a panellist in the Session “Optimization and Reliability for Future Business Trends and Directions” in the third IS-Operations Conclave held at Jaipuria Institute of Management Noida on Saturday, 18 Mar. 2017.

 

Ms. Sonika Thakral, Assistant Professor

  • Trainings/Workshops Attended:
  1. Faculty Development Program in Algorithms held at Deptt. of Computer Science, University of Delhi, in collaboration with ACM from 07-13 Jul. 2016.
  2. Workshop on “Women in Theory” at Simon’s Institute, University of California, Berkeley. 22-25 May, 2016.
  • Orientation Program Attended:
  1. Orientation Program (OR-88) organised by CPDHE, University of Delhi from 31 May-28 Jun. 2017.
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Purchase Committee
  2. Timetable Committee
  3. Outstation Trips (Co-Convener/TIC)
  4. Students Financial Assistance Committee
  5. Co-convener, Career Development Cell (Placement Committee, DCS)
  • Workshops Organised:
  1. Career Counselling Session by Mr. Saurabh Garg (Adobe Systems) on 03 Feb. 2017.
  2. Career Counselling Session by Mr. Saurabh Garg (Adobe Systems) on 26 Aug. 2016.
  3. Organized a talk titled ‘Are you ready for the VUCA world’ by Mr. Lokesh Mehra (Oracle Systems) on 23 Sept. 2016.

 

Mr. Onkar Singh, Assistant Professor

  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees/Activities:
  1. Liaison Officer (SC/ST) of the college.
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. Timetable Committee

 

Ms. Priyanka Gupta, Assistant Professor

  • Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies:
  1. Parishram
  • Publications:
  1. Gupta, P. (2016) Exploring barriers affecting the acceptance of mobile commerce in Securing Transactions and Payment Systems for m-Commerce. IGI Global. pp. 234-250.

 

COLLEGE INNOVATION PROJECTS

 

University of Delhi

The college was assigned the following Innovation Projects sponsored by the University of Delhi. The list of projects and the associated details is as below:

  1. SSCBS-302

Title: Shramdaan for Skilling India: Harnessing Youth Power for Development.

Duration: Aug. 2015 to Nov. 2016.

Mentor: Ms. Neelu Gupta, Principal, Govt. Co-ed Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Saraswati Vihar, New Delhi.

Principal Investigator: Dr. Rohini Singh.

Team Members (Faculty): Dr. H.K. Porwal and Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh.

Team Members (Students): Anubha Saggar, Anushka Negi, Ayushi Jain, Harshit Jain, Paras Mahajan, Parul Maheshwari, Prerna Bhatia, Rohan Bhatia, Sarthak Verma, Sukriti Goel. Pranav Mittal, Harshit Bajaj, Mohd. Rumman, Dhanishtha Anand, Parmeet Sethi. Alvin Divyank Lakra, Aditya Kohli.

  1. SSCBS-303

Title: Project Raahat.

Duration: One Year.

Mentor: Mr. K.K. Sharma, Executive Engineer, DUSIB (C3).

Principal Investigator: Dr. Anuja Mathur.

Team Members (Faculty): Dr S.K. Goyal and Dr. Sameer Anand.

Team Members (Students): Abhishek Arora, Akshay Raheja, Aniruddh Gupta, Dhruv Gupta, Garima Goel, Naman Bansal, Nikhil Garg, Sunidhi Sebait, Suryansh Agarwal and Vani Kapoor.

  1. SSCBS-305

Title: Web Based Automation for the Self-Assessment of an Educational Institute.

Duration: Sept. 2015 to Aug. 2016

Mentor: Dr. Naveen Kumar, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Delhi

Principal Investigator: Dr. Anamika Gupta

Team Members (Faculty): Dr. Poonam Verma and Dr. Gurjeet Kaur.

Team Members (Students): Aarti Sharma, Aarush Verma, Aditya Jain, Aseem Upadhyay, Harshita Arora, Himanshu Rohilla, Hittu Garg, Karan Chauhan, Lakshay Bhambri and Rohit Sethi.

  1. SSCBS-306

Title: E-waste Management: A Social Responsibility Towards Sustainability.

Duration: One Year.

Mentor: Col. R. Johri, ME (Environmental Engineering), The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), Darbari Seth Block, India Habitat Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

Principal Investigator: Mr. Ramesh Kumar.

Team Members (Faculty): Ms. Neha Rajput and Mr. Abhimanyu Verma.

Team Members (Students): Priya Sharma, Priyanka Goyal, Shubham Tomar, Sugandha Priya, Swati Kumawat, Vikrant Kadian, Anuraag Gupta, Samarth Wahi, Sanat Kumar Sahu and Kanika Budhiraja.

  1. SSCBS-307

Title: Financial Literacy among Indian Youth: A Study of University of Delhi’s Students.

Duration: 15 months.

Mentor: Prof C.P. Gupta, Professor, Department of Financial Studies, University of Delhi.

Principal Investigator: Mr. Narander Kumar Nigam.

Team Members (Faculty): Mr. Raj Kumar and Ms. Saumya Jain.

Team Members (Students): Alok Chandan, Charvi Gupta, Falak Kathuria, Gurpreet Kaur Chug, Harnav Juneja, Madhujot Madan, Neelaksh Arora, Rajit Uboweja, Saadhika Chawla and Sarthak Kumar.

  1. SSCBS-308

Title: Quantify the impact of IFRS adoption on Corporate Reporting Practices in India: An Empirical Investigation.

Mentor:  C.A. Kamal Garg and Mayank Jain.

Principal Investigator: Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat.

Team Members (Faculty): Dr. Abhishek Tandon.

 

In-house Projects

  • Students have undertaken a number of in-house web-based projects under the guidance of Dr. Anamika Gupta. The team is maintaining and customizing the projects since last 2 years. These projects enable the smooth functioning of the student centric administrative activities of the college. These include:
  1. Web-based Time Table Management System (Displays the class-wise time table as day-wise and teacher-wise time table on-demand).
  2. Web-based Attendance and Waivers Management System (The faculty can enter the attendance details online and the students can see their attendance in their respective login-ids).
  3. Web-based Internal Assessment Management System (Facilitates internal assessment record management and enables the students to view their scores in their respective login-ids).
  4. Web-based Feedback System (Students provide feedback through the online system. Compiled feedback is sent as a report to individual authorities).

The efforts of the faculty coordinator are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Anamika Gupta.

(List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 3)

 

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

 

The administrative staff members are the wheels of the college; essential for service delivery for the students, faculty and the college as a whole. Keeping abreast of the latest developments and enhacing their skill set is very important.

This year, the members of the administrative staff of the college attended 14 trainings, workshops & seminars, attended one orientation program, presented papers in two conferences and published 8 research papers & articles.

 

Ms. Deepti Khatri, Librarian

  • Trainings/Workshops/Seminars Attended:
  1. Workshop on Mentoring of students organized by SSCBS on 21 May 2016.
  2. Participated in Lecture delivered by Dr. Sandip Chatterjee, Director and OSD to Secretary /Scientist F, Ministry of Finance and Information Technology, Govt. of India, organized by DELNET on 29 Jul. 2016.
  3. Participated in Seminar on Data Analytics at TERI on 11 Aug. 2016.
  4. Participated in panel discussion and launch of Sugamya Pustakalaya on 24 Aug. 2016 at Vigyan Bhawan organized by Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India.
  5. Participated in “Workshop cum Training Programme on Institutional Digital Repository and Metadata Engineering” during 01-02 Sept. 2016 jointly organized by Central Library, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and IIT Kharagpur.
  6. Participated in one day International Seminar on New and Innovative Library & Information Services on Wednesday, 22 February 2017 organized by Central Library, Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi in collaboration with IFLA –Regional Standing Committee for Asia and Oceania (RSCAO) and Association for Media Libraries and Archives (AMLA).
  7. Participated in “Seminar on Changing Landscape of Scholarly Writing and Publications” during 24-25 Mar. 2017 organized by National Law University, New Delhi.
  • Orientation Program Attended:
  1. UGC sponsored Orientation Program at CPDHE, University of Delhi, Delhi from 20 May – 17 Jun. 2016.
  • Trainings/Events Organised:
  1. Book Exhibition in College Premises on 21 Mar. 2017.
  • Convener/Coordinator of College Committees:
  1. Library Committee
  • Member of College Committees:
  1. IQAC
  2. Furniture Committee
  3. Annual Day Committee
  • Conferences Attended/Papers Presented:
  1. Presented a paper in 5th International Library and Information Professionals Summit (LIPS 2016) “From Ownership to Access: Leveraging the Digital Paradigm” organized by Ambedkar University Delhi in association with Society for Library Professionals and Special Library Association, Asian Chapter held at Ambedkar University Delhi from 19-20 May, 2016.
  2. Participated and presented a paper in “National Conference on Role of Libraries in Social Empowerment” during 21-22 Oct. 2016 organized by Compact Society for Social Justice in association with Library Professionals Association & Association of Media Libraries and Archives.
  • Publications:
  1. Khatri, D. (2016) E-Learning Concept and Challenges, Libraries and Librarianship in 21st Century. Rai, P. and Kumar, D. eds. Book Age Publication. pp. 100-114. ISBN=978-93-83281-93-0 (Copy Received on May 2016).
  2. Khatri, D. (2016) Transformation of Education System in Bharat: A Conceptual Approach to MOOCs. Evolution of Education System in Bharat, Centre for Professional Development in Higher Education. Singh, G. eds. New Delhi Publication. pp. 45. ISBN=978-9385503-46-7 (Copy Received on June 2016)
  3. Walia, P.K. and Khatri, D. (2016) Information Literacy through Web 2.0: A Way to Reach Out to Library Patrons. Transformation of LIS Education, Libraries and Information Services for Knowledge Society. Malhan, I.V., Kaur, T. and Kaur, N eds. Ess Ess Publications, New Delhi. pp. 406-418. ISBN=978-81-7000-803-3 (Copy Received on August 2016).
  4. Khatri, D. (2017) Total Quality Management in Libraries. Librarianship Today and Tomorrow: Contemporary Issues. Rai, P. and Kumar, D. eds. Book Age, New Delhi. pp. 38-50. ISBN=978-93-83281-68-8 (Copy Received on January 2017).
  5. Khatri, D. (2016) Application of Web 2.0 Tools by Libraries in the Institutions of BRICS and Emerging Economies. Journal of Library and Information Science. Vol. 40 (1-2). Jun.–Dec. 2015 (Copy received on April, 2017).
  6. Khatri, D. (2016) Social Search Behaviour of Undergraduate Students of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies. VSRD International Journal of Library & Information Science, Vol. II(IV). Aug. 2016. e-ISSN=2455-5223.
  7. Khatri, D. (2016) Open Access to Business Journal Literature: An Empirical Study. From Ownership to Access: Leveraging the Digital Paradigm. Kar, D.C., Jain, P.K. and Babber, P. eds. pp. 233. ISBN=978-9382059-46-2 (Copy received on May, 2016).
  8. Khatri, D. (2016) Using Open Source Software KOHA at Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi. Proceeding of National Conference on Role of Libraries in Social Empowerment. Chand, S. eds. Ahuja Publishing, New Delhi. pp. 158-170. ISBN=978-93-80316-57-4 (Copy received on October, 2016).

 

Mr. Surender Kumar Jairath, Administrative Officer 

  • Attended a training programme on ‘Educational Administration’ organized by the Sri Venkateswara College from 19-21 Dec. 2016.
  • Attended a workshop on ‘Academic Administration’ organized by the Human Resource Development Centre, CPDHE, University of Delhi from 02-03 Feb. 2017.

 

Mr. Ajitabh Saxena, Section Officer 

  • Attended a training programme on ‘Government e-Marketplace’ organized by the National Institute of Financial Management in collaboration with National e-Governance Division & Directorate of General of Supplies and Disposals on 21 Sept. 2016.
  • Attended a workshop on ‘Academic Administration’ organized by the Human Resource Development Centre, Centre for Professional Development in Higher Education (University of Delhi) from 02-03 Feb. 2017.

 

Mr. Rajinder Singh, Assistant

  • Attended a training programme on ‘Smart Office Administration’ organized by IQAC Shyam Lal College during 21-24 Oct. 2016.

 

Mr. Surender Kumar Dagar, Assistant

  • Attended a training programme on ‘Government e-Marketplace’ organized by the National Institute of Financial Management in collaboration with National e-Governance Division & Directorate of General of Supplies and Disposals on 21 Sept. 2016.
  • Attended a training programme on ‘Educational Administration’ organized by the Sri Venkateswara College from 19-21 Dec. 2016.

 

STUDENT AWARDS

The college has instituted the Best All-Round Student Award. Each year the award is given to a student who has not only been an exceptional academic performer but has also made contributions to the college through initiatives in organizing and participating in college activities. These are students who have brought laurels to the college by winning a number of inter college events and exhibiting the true spirit of SSCBS – mature, committed, creative and willing and capable of bringing in change.

 

The recipient of the Best All-Round Student Award for the year 2016-17 is Anupam Gupta (B.Tech.) He has consistently shown excellent performance in academics as well as extra-curricular activities. 

 

The college awards the Dr. S.S. Gulshan, Founder Principal’s Gold Medal to the student who secures the highest marks in BBS/BMS course in the final year. This year, Ifra Hussain (BBS) with 87.56% marks has been awarded this medal.

 

Padmashree Dinesh Nandini Ramkrishna Dalmia Foundation has instituted an award for the Most Promising Student Entrepreneur. This year, the award is being given to Ketan Malhotra (B.Tech.) for showcasing extraordinary entrepreneurial skills.

 

The Shri Sultan Chand Memorial Scholarship Endowment awards the student who has secured the highest marks at the end of the second semester of the Bachelors of Management Studies (CBCS) course. This year, Soham Bansal has been awarded the scholarship for his performance in 2015-16. 

 

On occasion of the Silver Jubilee of their passing out from college, the Alumni Batch of BBS 1991 contributed a corpus for award of scholarship in the name of the founder Principal of the college. The Dr. S.S. Gulshan Scholarship is given to two students of the BMS program, selected on the basis of academic results of their first three semesters. Kriti Bansal and Ifra Hussain have been awarded the scholarship during the current year.

 

An award, Vanishree, has been instituting for the best girl student belonging to constitutionally reserved category amongst the final year students of the college. The award will be given from the academic year 2017-18 onwards.

 

An award, Shri Pooran Mal Award, has been instituted for one best girl and one best boy student of any year belonging to SC category securing highest marks in the previous semester subject to 60% and candidate’s family income should be less than, equal to Rs.5,00,000 p.a. The award will be given from the academic year 2017-18 onwards.

 

Student contributions to the college include their efforts towards the two flagship events of the college. This year, Samyak Jain (B.Tech.) and Tanya Semwal (BMS) for Convergence and Harsh Vardhan (B.Sc.) and Shivanshu Tomar (BBAFIA) for Crescendo are being recognised for their contributions to these events.

 

SOCEITY AWARDS

The college emphasizes on learning both within the environment of a classroom as well as giving opportunities to students to explore their potential in various fields. The college thus boasts of myriad societies in the area of dramatics, music, dance, social initiatives, finance, economics, marketing etc. These contribute to the overall learning and development of the students.

The society awards are being given to appreciate and recognize the exemplary contributions of students towards their societies. This year the following students are receiving awards.

 

Name of Society

Name of Student(s)

Anthropos (HRD Cell)

Arshiya Garg, Archit Pahwa

Blitz (Western Dance Society)

Sukhdeep Singh, Abhishek Chaudhary

CBSMUN (Model United Nations)

Rithish Kumar, Riya Verma

Career Development Centre

(CDC)

Anubha Saggar, Isha Khanna (DMS)

Riya Verma, Tarannum Rajpal (DCS)

Communiqué (Promotion Cell)

Naman Madaan, Pranay Mavi 

CDF (Connecting Dreams Foundation-SSCBS)

Kaustabh Chaturvedi, Aru Mangla

Convergence

Samyak Jain, Tanya Semwal

Crescendo

Harsh Vardhan, Shivanshu Tomar

DarkRoom (Photography Society)

Saksham Anand, Snigdha Singh

DebSoc (Debating Society)

Aditya Kohli, Shohtaj Singh

Dhwani (Music Society)

Bulbul Dhawan, Pallavi Aggarwal

Ecovision (Economics Society)

Samridhi Singhal, Naman Madaan

Enactus (Entrepreneurial Action Us-SSCBS)

Shaurya Sadana, Nikhil Garg

FinX (Finance Society)

Vidit Jain, Nishant Sharma

Fourth Wall (Dramatics Society)

Saumya Rao, Harjas Singh Gulati

Grandeur (Consulting and Knowledge Cell)

Sarthak Kalra, Samarth Wahi

Illuminati (Quiz Society)

Ravtej Singh, Harsh Vardhan Singh

Kartavya (Social Service-NSS Unit-SSCBS)

Himani Cheema, Tarannum Rajpal

Kriti (Fine Arts Society)

Amitesh Shubham, Khyati Garg

Kronos (IT Society)

Harsh Vardhan Singh, Dhawal

Lawrence (Law Society)

Surbhi Lal

LitSoc (Literary Society)

Samyak Jain, Hargurpal Singh

MIC (Management Interaction Cell)

Abhishek Meena, Jellybean Singh

Mark-It (Marketing Society)

Niyati Mutreja, Shivangi Nassa

Parishram (Sports Society)

Falak Kathuria, Neelesh Diwakar

Synergy (Corporate Events)

Rhea Khurana and Vedika Gulati

Verve (Street Play)

Aishwarya Grover, Srishti Jain

Yuva (Entrepreneurship Cell)

Hargurpal Singh , Durgesh Rawat

 

ACHIEVEMENTS OF STUDENTS IN EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Round the year the students participate in several national and international level and inter-college events and win laurels for the college by winning prizes at various cultural and business competitions.

(List of specific Student Achievements is enclosed in Annexure 4)

 

ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURES

 

While many of the students of SSCBS have ventured into their start-ups, a large number of ideas and start-ups / proposals were submitted to SIIF for seeking incubation support.  After rigorous screening and evaluation by panels of external experts, the following five were approved for incubation under SIIF:

 

  1. Bookyzia

Providing books on rent instead of costly procurement of books, helping the students have more books available within same level of fund.

  1. GrowFree

Growing mushrooms using unconventional growing base material.

  1. Hardman Technologies

Development of 3-D printers using local components and developing service centers.

  1. Prince Academy

Using technology to develop and disseminate video based contents on different courses at graduation level.

  1. ReneYou

Development of induction cooker using innovative solar panels and increasing the sales penetration for unconventional energy based equipment.

 

PLACEMENT CELL (CDC)

 

Career Development Centre (CDC), the Placement Cell of the college serves as an interface between the students and the recruiters, offering a host of services in the areas of placements, internships, live projects, personal counselling and support, assistance in resume building and soft skills development. Lectures and sessions with industry practitioners and regular industry interaction via industry visits, pre-placement talks, workshops and compulsory summer internships for the second year students help bring the academic and corporate world closer. All of this helps our students to achieve well-rounded growth and a balanced perspective towards academic knowledge and corporate-ready skills.

 

With the set-up in the new campus building, the CDC would now have access to a plethora of resources through which both the quantum and quality of its efforts towards securing placement opportunities for the students and their personality development can be increased. Co-located with the Incubation Centre (SIIF) on the first floor of the new campus, the CDC would now have access to fully-air-conditioned dedicated meeting-cum-interview rooms, training and lecture rooms with world-class AV facilities for holding guest lectures and pre-placement talks, a lounge for visiting HR and corporate professionals, dedicated office space for the Placement Officer and the student team, a 25-30 seater conference room and regular interactions with our entrepreneurially minded students via SIIF. This would enable our students to have a greater understanding of the corporate world that they would eventually go out and inhabit, hopefully, with a great degree of success.

 

Final Placements

The fact that CBS doesn’t believe in a one-size-fits-all policy is evident in its placement process, where companies from as many as fifteen sectors, including consulting, insurance, knowledge services, real estate, media, investment banking, PR, IT, shipping, and financial services recruit students who are offered a diverse mix of profiles that included strategic consulting associate, business analyst, equity and other research oriented positions. Quietly, but with increasing success, students of SSCBS have also done well in academic endeavours such as qualifying the CAT (Combined Admission Test for admission in PG Programs in Management at IIMs and elsewhere) and successfully converted opportunities in prestigious institutions for higher students. Notably, Aastha Vij (IIM-A, with offers from IIM-B and IIM-C), Anupam Gupta (University of Texas at Dallas) Archit Pahwa (FMS, DU), Devansh Anand (IIM-A, deferred placements for 2yr work experience at BCG), Hargurpal Singh (XLRI), Faizan Ahmed, Jatin Tuteja and Nishant Doodh (IIM-C), Ravtej Arora (IIM-B), Ria Arora (IIM-L) and Vidit Jain (XLRI) among others have done the college proud this year.

 

The 2016-17 placement season started in August 2016 and has seen 126 offers for 158 registered students from coveted recruiters like Bain Capability Centre, DE Shaw, McKinsey Knowledge Centre, Nomura, EY, KPMG, CBRE, The Smart Cube, i3C, Nearbuy etc. The highest package of ₹15.5 lakhs p.a. has been offered by DE Shaw and the average package stands at ₹6.2 lakhs p.a. Thus, 79.75% of the students who have registered for placement support from the college have been placed in the corporate sector.

On the other hand, many of our students have opted for a few more years of academic rigour and have done SSCBS proud in the sphere of MBA-level academic institutions as well; with students raising the SSCBS banner at prestigious institutions like IIM-A, IIM-B, IIM-C, IIM-L, ISB, Hyderabad, XLRI, University of Dallas at Texas, University of Southern California at Los Angeles, Boston University, IIITs and many such institutions of repute, at both the national and international level.

 

With the recent launch of our own company for Incubation of start-ups (SIIF), we are hopeful of counting a number of successful student entrepreneurs amongst this list of students who have found success right after their time at SSCBS and have brought laurels to their alma mater in different spheres. We are very fortunate that the CEO of SIIF (Naresh Priyadarshi) is an alumnus of SSCBS himself and brings on board a rich bouquet of corporate (leadership and strategy) experience and passion towards the support and growth of his alma mater – SSCBS. 

 

Summer Internships

The college has summer internships as part of the course curriculum, providing corporate exposure and learning and helping to enrich the theoretical classroom learning of the students.

Summer internships are usually undertaken at leading companies like BCG, EY, KPMG, PwC, CBRE, Deloitte, Ogilvy, M&C Saatchi, American Express, Aon Hewitt, Alamak, B9 Beverages, Inshorts, Teach for India, Nearbuy, Sberbank, Willis Towers Watson and others.

In 2016 – 17, companies such as MetLife, Invest India, Willis Towers Watson and Futures First among others especially came to the college for recruiting interns.

 

The summer internships are an essential component of the BMS and BBA(FIA) courses and the college lays great emphasis on them and encourages the students to expend strenuous effort during this period. In order to encourage them further, the college recognises the top 3 intership project reports each year. This year, the following students are being recognised for their internship activities:

  1. Archit Pahwa (Interned at Tata Power Solar Systems Limited)
  2. Shikhar Lohia (Interned at Ogilvy & Mather)
  3. Vedika Gulati (Interned at American Express)

 

Value-added Courses

In addition to the curriculum, the college has taken initiative for enhancing the employability, presentation and communication skills of the students. Numerous talks, lectures and interactions have been organized in various guises to help the students develop a better understanding of the business world and entrepreneurship related concepts. The resource persons for these special lectures have been drawn from various professional/business institutions and the alumni of the college to help hone the skills of the students. The facilities now available to us in our new campus should serve as an effective enabler and facilitator in this endeavour. This year, Garima Minocha, Lavanya, Manish Jain, Neeraj Sawhney, Nikhil Jain, Runjhun Gupta and Saurav Arora visited the college to interact with the students. More such interactions are planned for the coming academic year. Rayaan Jaitly and Satya Mathur actually came back to their alma mater as recuiters of the next batch of CBSites.

 

Alumni Activities

Our Alumni are an important part of the SSCBS family. They are our brand ambassadors, our alter ego, our connect with the corporate world and a reflection on SSCBS as an institution.

It is with, perhaps, a bit of justifiable pride that we look at our alumni and feel a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment when we look at the amazing levels of success that they have achieved after leaving the college.

Their success is not only visible in the corporate and/or academic spheres, but in the visibility of the country as a whole.

In order to connect better with our alumni and to foster their continued association with the college; the college regularly conducts alumni meets.

 

Support of the alumni for college activities is multi-facted and has been invaluable. This year, on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of their passing out from college, the Alumni Batch of BBS 1991 contributed a corpus of ₹ 3,61,203/- for the award of scholarship in the name of the founder Principal of the college. The Dr. S.S. Gulshan Scholarship is given to two students of the BMS program, to be selected on the basis of academic results of their first three semesters. Such support encourages the current students of the college and fosters a continued link-up with the alumni.

 

With the set-up of the SIIF in the new campus, we are in the process of rejuvenating our alumni association (CBSAA). Starting with a planned special dinner event to invite the alumni to experience our beautiful new campus, planned elections for the office bearers of the CBSAA, proposed regular interactions with the current students and the alumni and training and learning interactions with our alumni; our road to the future envisages a bigger and brighter role for our valuable alumni.

 

The efforts of the placement officer, Ms. Manisha Nayyar and the Placement Committee are highly appreciated.

(List of CDC student team members is enclosed in Annexure 5)

 

KNOWLEDGE AND RESEARCH CELL

 

Good research skills and knowledge of industry are a pre­requisite for any student who wants to get a good job or admission into a top league B­-school. The entire concept of the Knowledge and Research Cell (KRC) has been designed keeping in mind the industry expectations and giving maximum learning exposure to students. The cell provides guidance in research related activities of the students.

 

Collaborative Courses

NCCMP (with NSE)

In 2016-17, the 10th batch of students joined the NCCMP (NSE Certified Capital Markets Professional) course. The participants of the course were from colleges of the University of Delhi, MBAs and CAs. The students were awarded certification in Capital Market Dealer Module by the National Stock Exchange (NSE) of India.

For this batch, 33 applications were received and all the students were selected to join the course. 26 students completed the course successfully.

The efforts of the faculty coordinator are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Ramesh Kumar.

 

FMAT (with BSE)

The college has also partnered with the BSE Training Institute to offer a course in Market Basics and Algorithmic (Algo) trading for undergraduate students in the Delhi/NCR region. The course content has been developed using inputs from the BSE, faculty of the college, students of the college and industry professionals amongst other stakeholders. The first batch of this course is undergoing its classes.

This year, 54 applications were received out of which 38 students were enrolled in the course. The batch is expected to take its exams in August, 2017.

The efforts of the faculty coordinator are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kumar Bijoy.

 

ADVANCE ROUTE 1 (with CIMA)

CIMA Accreditation Team has given SSCBS to Advance Route 1 (an elite partnership) to Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies. CIMA and SSCBS have signed LOI dated 22 Apr. 2016, SSCBS wherein BBA & BMS students get an exemption of 9 papers from CIMA qualifications.

CIMA (The Chartered Institute of Management Accountants), founded in 1919, is the world’s leading and largest professional body of management accountants, with members and students operating in 178 countries, working at the heart of business. CIMA members and students work in industry, commerce, the public sector and not-for-profit organisations. CIMA works closely with employers and sponsors leading-edge research, constantly updating its qualification, professional experience requirements and continuing professional development to ensure it remains the employers’ choice when recruiting financially-trained business leaders.

This year, 50 students applied, out of which 40 students enrolled. 10 students have successfully completed the respective levels.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. H.K. Porwal and Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat.

 

Special Lectures/Seminars/Workshops/FDP’s Organized by the College

The college is actively involved in conducting special lectures/workshops/seminars/ that are aimed at capacity building in terms of research and imbibing research culture among the faculty members.

The details of a few such programs held in / organised by the college are as follows:

  1. 5 day Training on Financial Markets in SSCBS for two batches. (Jul.-Aug. 2016).
  2. Career Counselling Session by Mr. Saurabh Garg (Adobe Systems). (26 Aug. 2016).
  3. Talk titled ‘Are you ready for the VUCA world’ by Mr. Lokesh Mehra (Oracle Systems). (23 Sept. 2016).
  4. Seminar by Prof. Shankarshan Basu (IIM-B) on “Contemporary Issues in Derivative markets in India” at SSCBS in association with IIM, Bangalore. Nov. 2016.
  5. Special Talk on “Indian Economy after Demonetization” by Prof. S.C. Sharma, Dean, ICFAI Business School, Gurugram, India at SSCBS on 16 Dec. 2016.
  6. Wokshop on “Inventory Management” by Prof. C.K. Jaggi (Deptt. of Operational Research, DU) at SSCBS on 06 Jan. 2017.
  7. Career Counselling Session by Mr. Saurabh Garg (Adobe Systems). (03 Feb. 2017).
  8. Joint debate competition with Jagannath International Management School, Kalkaji at India International Centre, New Delhi via the Debating Society of the college. (13 Feb. 2017).
  9. North East Festival (Under the Prime Minister’s “Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Abhiyan”) focusing on the rich culture of the states of Assam and (21-24 Feb. 2017 and 06-10 Mar. 2017).
  10. Workshop on Six Sigma (Green Belt) at SSCBS. (01 Mar. 2017). The target audience/participants were the students of the college pursuing their bachelors degree. Guest speaker / resource person was Col. Santosh K. Dabral who is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt and currently is serving as Chief Operating Officer (COO) in Metal Forgings Pvt. Ltd., a Steel Flange Manufacturing Company.
  11. Seminar on “Student and Investor Awareness” in collaboration with NCDEX. (07 Apr. 2017).
  12. Workshop on “Excel, E-views and SPSS” for NCCMP Batch 10. (08-09 Apr. 2017).

 

COLLEGE FUNCTIONS

 

College Orientation

The college organized an Orientation session to introduce the new batch of students admitted to the college in July 2016. The Orientation session was organized on 03 Aug. 2016 at V. P. Chest Auditorium, University of Delhi, North Campus. The Day started with the celebration of 30th Founder’s Day of the college followed by the Annual Day celebrations and Orientation programme. Dr. Kavita A. Sharma (President South Asian University, New Delhi) was invited as a Chief Guest.

 A video presentation on Life at SSCBS was shown. The Annual report 2015-16 of the college was presented by the Principal of the college and a number of students were awarded for their achievements in academics and extra-curricular activities.

The new batch was introduced to the members of the administration and staff and the functioning of the college and its courses, projects and facilities, namely the library and the computer labs. A student from each course – BMS, BBA(FIA) and B.Sc. described the course structure and learning to the new students. Each society, through presentations and videos, discussed its structure, purpose and working, highlighting its achievements, campaigns and events over the years.

Some seniors, teachers, and members of the college alumni moved on to explain some policies and rules of the college and address the FAQs of the new students.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Ms. Kavita Rastogi, Dr. Sameer Anand and Dr. Amrina Kausar.

 

Freshers Welcome

SSCBS gave a welcome to the freshers by hosting the freshers’ party, in Aug. 2016. The celebration was a massive hit and such a welcome warmed the hearts of all the new students. The theme of the Freshers Party was – Bollywood. Student members of the dance & music societies of SSCBS also performed with the newbies who were very impressive. After several rounds of competitions, Chayan Chopra and Hemi Kapoor were awarded as Mr. and Miss Fresher respectively. Everyone danced out on the floor to the beats of Bollywood songs. It was fun filled event, which freshers and seniors will remember and cherish long after they’ve graduated.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Amrina Kausar, Mr. Abhimanyu Verma and Dr. Gurjeet Kaur.

(List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 6)

 

Farewell for the Graduating Batch

To conclude the rollercoaster journey of the graduating batch, humming with bitter sweet memories and learnings, Farewell’17 was an effort to add a sweeter end with a warm ‘Desi Adieu’, spread over a week of activities of reminiscing and creating memories with the tough walls of the Jhilmil abode decorated with handprints of the graduating batch. The batch of almost 600 students, clad in Indian traditional, was welcomed with tilak and a welcome poem to capture the journey of college in few lines. With jolly activities like award ceremony, photo booth sessions and dance to the musical beats, the high spirits of every CBSite were reflected. The day concluded with lunch and a beautiful speech by the Principal wishing every student all the luck for their future endeavours. The desi style and endless decorations were cherished in pictures making countless more memories.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Amrina Kausar, Mr. Abhimanyu Verma and Dr. Gurjeet Kaur.

 

Crescendo – The College Festival

Crescendo, the annual cultural fest of SSCBS was held on 30-31 Mar. 2017. The fest is a celebration to honour the very essence of hard work put in by students, teachers and many others making this college such a happening place. It sources out the perfect amalgamation of competitive and joyful spirit, leaving no corner of enjoyment untouched.

The 2017 version of the event was held at Dilli Haat, Janakpuri for the last time before having a whole new venue for future editions. The first day started with Octaves, Encore, Tip-Tip Cricket alongside Alla-Prima mark its two day opening with Crescendo and ended with the EDM night with DJ NDS.

The second day started with different literary events organised by different societies, be its fin’OUT from FinX, Gist with a Twist by EdBoard or Treasure Hunt by MIC. The day continued with the Prom Night and Vistas, the Fashion Show. This journey ended with the spectacular performance by DJ Candice Redding.

The efforts of the coordinators and volunteers are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Mr. Raj Kumar, Ms. Madhu Totla, Mr. Onkar Singh and Mr. Ramesh Kumar.

(List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 7)

 

CONVERGENCE – The Annual National Corporate Convention

Convergence’17 aimed at mulling over the most contentious theme: Youth Unconventional pertaining to business, economics and technology; discussing these with the respective industry experts.

While turning the pages of any newspaper or journal, we go through various headlines that focus on the youth oriented culture throughout the world. Be it entrepreneurship, Make in India, social and civil society, today’s generation hasn’t left any variances of field untouched. Their contribution in terms of business, industries, social ventures, politics have made a vast difference and will continue to persist for a long while. At Convergence’17, we embrace the real life journey of people in their professional areas of interest and bring into limelight some huge and strong personalities. These personalities have been an inspiration for the country and will continue to do so. The extraordinary youth have taken the modern India by a storm. Imbued with ideas, they have fingers on their pulse, so they are best suited for nation and economy. When young people come together they counter each other, face challenges, bring strong opinions to the table and they are invincible. The new Entrepreneurs of our country are sure to bring success and a change in our working system. The nation has pragmatic as well as educated amateur politician, who focus on getting rid of the problems rather than minting money. They are social media wizards who use every platform lucratively. This year, Convergence’17 honours some of the greatest and most inspirational souls to have touched our lives in so many ways and having been adventurous and daring gems of their times.

Divided into 3 sessions, Convergence expanded itself from being a business summit to that of serving as forum with speakers from all walks of life to imbibe in us the values and qualities of an indomitable spirit that we need to have to take our generation forward. Convergence 2017 brought a plethora of sectional topics under the theme for the Speakers as well as delegates.

A session by Kunal Arora, Rajpal Singh, Sharad Singh and Vikas Jain (The Road Not Taken – Odyssey of Life) talked about making unconventional career choices and working hard to achieve goals. Rahul Tyagi took the session on Ethical Hacking – The Double-edged Sword of Digital World and educated the participants about safeguarding their digital identity and utilising the powers afforded to us via the medium of the internet. The final session (The Six Yards Caped Crusader) with its glittering panel of amazing individuals, Priya Bhargava, Manan Chaturvedi, Nidhi Mohan Kamal and Geet gave the participants a glimpse into their world of self-confidence, a desire to excel regardless of the odds, social service and dedication.

The event was held on 20 Jan. 2017 at V.P. Chest Auditorium, North Campus, University of Delhi, striving towards imparting awareness about conventional paths in life. With some of the great speakers like Sharad Kohli, Rahul Tyagi, Kunal Arora, Ms. Geet, Priya Bhargava and many more, it was a valuable learning experience for the attendees.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators and volunteers are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Mr. Onkar Singh, Mr. Ramesh Kumar, Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay and Dr. Sameer Anand.  

(List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 8)

 

COLLEGE SOCIEITIES

 

Among the many things that sets SSCBS apart, the college societies and the involvement of students in extracurricular activities is ranked very high. With over twenty-eight different societies, SSCBS offers an avenue for almost every area of interest. The college strongly believes that extra-curricular activities are a good stimulant to self-confidence, learning of different life skills and interaction amongst college mates. Working for these societies gives the students an outlet for their creativity and this abounding creativity is very much responsible for putting SSCBS on the global map in terms of cultural achievements. Our students have made the college proud across the University of Delhi, Delhi/NCR, India and even the world.

 

This year, the students of the college have collectively won over 442 awards and recognitions for the college. Illuminati, the Quiz Society with 100 wins, DebSoc, the Debating Society with 91 wins and FinX, the Finance Society with 57 wins lead the charge of CBSites across India and abroad. The Enactus chapter at SSCBS has represented India at the global stage two years running.

 

A small glimpse into the activities of the student societies and their stellar achievements is presented below.     

 

ANTHROPOS – The HRD Cell

The Human Resource Development Cell of SSCBS aims at enabling the development of the most important resource – Human Resource of the college into world class, well-rounded professionals who are capable of delivering and creating value in the emerging business environment. We are here to fill the odds and ends; in our endeavour to imbibe those much-treasured work readiness skills, we’ll help bridge the gap between what lies on our Resume and the placements we finally achieve.

We have also organized many events in our college. Our first event in the college was Career Week organised in 2016. The main purpose of this event was to provide students with scholarly sessions regarding how one can clear GDs and PI’s. Sessions covered were MBA profiling and Career Plan, How to ace an interview, How to Master GD&PI and Career Opportunities after a Management Degree. Secondly, the annual HR Conclave- INCEPTRA 1.0. was a unique event which blended all the facets of Management from Finance, Marketing, Operations with special emphasis on Human Resource function. A two day event, it had two galvanizing competitions. On the first day we had a Simulation game – King Pin, a game with quantitative and qualitative evaluation of Human Resource and strategy for the workforce to create best results possible. On the second day we had a Case Study Competition – Intellectual Maniacs, a competition with comprehensive continuous evaluation of problem solving acumen of the participants.

We believe in gaining all the aspects which is required for a good Managers. At HRDC, we believe in making you the target of our efforts to try to transform you into better human resources adept at handling tasks performed by organizations.

Activity details:

Events organised: 2, Events participated: 12 and Prizes/Awards Won: 5.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Ms. Neha Rajput and Mr. Abhimanyu Verma

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 9)

 

BLITZ – The Western Dance Society

The society is a platform for students and brings together all kinds of dance forms from all over the world. Yes, in this extremely inclined business school, we strive to make a place for dancers. We, at BLITZ, enhance the talent of each member and put it in the right direction to benefit oneself, the team and college as a whole. Our vision is to provide an opportunity to students to pursue their interest in dance.

Every year we prepare a production of about 8-10 minutes amalgamating various dance forms and participate in competitions. Some of the major events that we participate in are IIT Kanpur, BITS Pilani, AIIMS and BFAB among others. We also participate in some of the best competitions of DU Circuit like Hindu, SGGSCC, Hansraj, Sri Venkateswara etc. Some of our performances in college included events as part of Crescendo (Encore), Freshers – intra college, Orientation – intra college, Farewell – Intra college and Sikkim and Assam Festival among others.

Activity details:

Events organised: 3, Events participated: 25 and Prizes/Awards Won: 6.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Ms. Neha Rajput and Mr. Abhimanyu Verma

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 10)

 

CBS Model United Nations (CBSMUN)

CBS MUN is the only MUN society of University of Delhi which gets the tag of Vice Chancellor of the University to organise Delhi University Model United Nations conference. The students of the society attend and win various simulations at university as well as national level and in doing so we expand the horizon of our minds. Our vision is to include more and more sensitive and crucial issues in the committees each year so that the delegates experience a superior conference and intelligent discussions. Getting international acclaim is our primary focus for the years to come.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Ms. Kavita Kapur, Ms. Shalini Prakash and Dr. Anamika Gupta.

(List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 11)

 

COMMUNIQUÉ – The Promotion Cell

One of the oldest societies of the college, Communiqué, the Promotion Cell, has always put its best foot forward to establish CBS as the eminent brand that it is. At the Promotion Cell, we strive to reinforce the high regard associated with CBS through online and offline initiatives. Acting as a liaison between the college and schools, we seek to proliferate CBS as a brand and the revered institution it is. With a team full of enthusiasm, the society aims to spread the word CBS across the country.

Handling the college’s official communications through social media and catering to more than 35,000 JAT aspirants through the Admission Campaign, Team Communiqué toiled to, yet again, pull off the largest event of the college – Prodigy 10.0, upstaging all the previous editions and engaging over 800 schools and 4000 students pan India, eliciting participation for simulations and biz-quizzes. Also, with undeterred commitment and dedication, the team collaborated with India Today’s Mind Rock Summit and NDTV 24X7 – The Big Fight, serving as a heuristic interlude from the monotony of books and long college hours.

Activity details:

Events organised: 3, Events participated: 2 and Prizes/Awards Won: 0.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Sameer Anand and Dr. Abhishek Tandon.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 12)

 

CONNECTING DREAMS FOUNDATION – SSCBS Chapter

CDF SSCBS is one of the chapters of Connecting Dreams Foundation which aims to empower youth and women in rural India through connectivity and entrepreneurship. We, at CDF, “bridge the gap” between the Rural India and Urban Bharat. We aim to achieve this by setting up sustainable models of education, healthcare and livelihood in rural areas and also creating new employment and business opportunities for women in rural areas through a technology-enabled village enterprise.

In the last year, CDF SSCBS did many projects related to rural development, Some projects that we undertook and did successfully are:

Sanjeevani Pickle Project: The project aimed at connecting the skilled women in the Lalpur village to pickle procurement business. Our chapter’s main job was to market that pickle made by the women into the markets in Delhi through various techniques and full market research. We conducted research on the perfect growth strategy for their business. We worked on the product launch strategy and helped them get sustainable and regular demand for their products. This project helped to get regular source of revenue for 15 women in the village who now work together on the project and their income now helps their family to get some basic amenities for their family too impacting around 50 people indirectly.

Apna Tech Tree: We worked to troubleshoot the ATT terminal installed in the Lalpur village after finding reasons for its initial failure and trained the villagers on how to use it. With our help they are now able to use the Power of Internet for their basic needs and the ATT is now regularly by around 200 villagers .This helps them to get access to better information related to Education , Health ,Agriculture and  latest government schemes.

Youth Brigade: Under the Project, digital libraries were installed in the rural school to encourage learning through audio-visual demonstrations for better understanding. There is an attempt to bridge the gap between Rural Bharat and urban India by equipping the rural children with the same facilities that city children enjoy. We believe that there is lot of talent hidden in the rural lot which remains unexplored due to lack of resources with which they can come at par with the urban kids.

Village Survey: We also conducted a survey in the village to understand the impact of the various initiatives by CDF in the village and make them more aware about our and government initiatives and how they can benefit from them to fulfil their day to day needs. This helped in increasing the usage of our initiatives and also helped the villagers to know about various schemes which they generally don’t use because of lack of awareness.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Ajay Jaiswal and Dr. Abhishek Tandon.

(List of achievements is enclosed in Annexure 13)

 

DARKROOM – The Photography Society

The Darkroom: Visual Arts’ Society embraces the realms of expression; Photography, Graphic designing and Film Making. Visual Arts is more than a medium for factual communication of ideas. In The Darkroom, we engender creative expression which carries in itself a unique essence of not only something aesthetic, but also which is meaningful and is able to mark an indelible impact on people’s lives.

Events:

As of the session 2016-17, we have successfully organised the second edition of Cynosure, the annual flagship event of the society, at Stroke House Cafe, Hudson Lane on 29th March 2017.

Participation:

For the third time in a row, we have been awarded the Best Visual Arts Society of Delhi University at Hansraj College. We have participated and won in various team as well as individual competitions held by various colleges.

Activity details:

Events organised: 1, Events participated: 29 and Prizes/Awards Won: 24.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Tarannum Ahmad and Ms. Kavita Rastogi.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 14)

 

DebSoc – The Debating Society

The Debating Society, CBS is a myriad of complex things, but one simple thing it does is speak – speak rationally on decisions we make on a regular basis. Whether it be the Israel-Palestine issue, Modi’s assertive stance bound by his RSS shackles, Milton’s libertarian ideas, the logic behind ‘Free the Nipple’ or the philosophy of life itself – all of these transcend beyond just things we hear about but things we have rather become a part of. This action of engagement with every pro & con, merit & demerit helps us widen our perspective and think on a more holistic level. In a fast paced learning environment that SSCBS provides us, this sort of engagement and exposure is necessary for us to be well rounded individuals, especially as we enter the world of ruthless competition and differentiated talents. The Debating Society has grown strength by strength each year- organized 4 successful events, had been exponentially increasing the number of laurels won each year and remains the most avidly awarded society in the college. We seek to continue this legacy, and work ardently in our endeavours to take SSCBS’ name forward.

Activity details:

Events organised: 3, Events/Tournaments participated: 25 and Prizes/Awards Won: 91.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay and Mr. Tushar Marwaha.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 15)

 

DHWANI – The Music Society

SSCBS is not just about studies, but also about versatility. Out of a huge pool of talented people, one forte of CBSites is music. Enter, Dhwani. We are one of the youngest music societies in the collegiate music circuit of Delhi. At Dhwani, we enjoy both Indian and Western forms of music, and both vocal and instrumental music. From beautiful ‘a Capella’ to effervescent ‘ragas’, from self-compositions to famous covers. Who needs a music player when you have Dhwani around you? All you have to do is recite a few lyrics and Voila! An impromptu jam session will commence right in front of you. Dhwani is the place for all the music lovers in the college. It is the place where students pursue their love for music amidst the stress of achieving their academic endeavours. When you hear a group of people singing random songs, complete with harmonies, whimsical hand gestures, and singing like no one’s around, you’re getting a glimpse into the life of a Dhwani member. Dhwani also organises Octaves, the annual music event, as a part of Crescendo, the annual cultural fest of the college.

Our vision at Dhwani SSCBS is to constantly learn and grow as musicians, singers and individuals. We strive to achieve excellence in music.

Activity details:

Events organised: 1, Events participated: 56 and Prizes/Awards Won: 9.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal and Dr. Ashima Arora          .

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 16)

 

ECOVISION – The Economics Society

Ecovision, is the official economics society of SSCBS. It strives to propagate the prominence of economics within the fellow community. It is a team of young, motivated individuals who have a passion for learning and exploring the field of Economics and Finance. The constant will to explore, learn and apply knowledge is the essence of this society. The society works towards bringing about a change through socio-economic awareness.

In the past, the society has organized many economics based events which have seen participation of over 5000 students from all across India. Currently, it is in association with various corporates and NGOs and has taken up various corporate and live projects which serve as a “real-world” working experience for all its members.  Apart from this, members of the society have won in the prominent events of the college nationally as well in the entire DU Circuit. The society organises yearly outstation trip to IIM Indore and has won brought many laurels to the college from its renowned management fest “ATHARVA”.

This society also organises the annual Economics Fest of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, ELUMIERE. Elumiere is a consortium of unique events testing the acumen in college students. This fest promises to be like no other. The event aims at organising novel and innovative competitions which involves closed yet quality participation and appreciation with apex use of creativity, brilliance, spontaneity, and the zeal for victory. Being the Economics fest of Delhi University’s premier college, it enjoys superior brand value due to the popularity of Economics as a subject in whole of the DU Circuit.

Activity details:

Events organised: 2, Events participated: 10 and Prizes/Awards Won: 10.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. H.K. Porwal and Mr. Raj Kumar.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 17)

 

ENACTUS – Entrepreneurial Action Us (SSCBS)

ENACTUS, or Entrepreneurial Action through Us, is an international not-for-profit organisation that works with business leaders and university students across the globe to develop outreach projects that improve the quality of life of people in need. The projects undertaken are:

Project Akshar is a social enterprise that aims to empower marginalised communities (currently victims of drug abuse and domestic violence) by producing low cost environment friendly notebooks and marketing them to schools, educational institutions and corporates. Our longest running project, it has won many accolades over the past 6 years of its functioning. Project Akshar recently tied up with BioQ, a major stationery eco player to achieve product diversification and expand its target markets. Project Akshar has donated over 6000 notebooks, impacted 16 individuals, who are our entrepreneurs, saved 110 tonnes of carbon footprint, 2 million litres of water and 1800 trees.

Project Udaan, initiated in 2015 in the Kaloi district of Haryana, aims at imparting quality education and digital literacy to rural India by setting up computer labs that utilize e-waste and build sustainable entrepreneurial models that empower women. Project Udaan focuses on the following targets:

– Empowering women

– Providing Quality Education through digital means

– Community Development

– Reduction of E-waste

With 3 new Centres in the villages of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana and more than 900 kids made digitally literate, this year, Udaan focused on not only providing computer education, but also delves into the deeper roots of bettering current state of rural education as a whole. Introduction of audio-visual lessons in Maths, Science and English through the concept of Computer Aided Learning in our labs has led to a drastic change in the cognitive abilities of the students of rural schools.

Our centres are registered as Common Service Centre scheme of the government and introduced HaqDarshak application so as to make e-governance services reach the doorstep of every rural household.

Project Raahat works towards eradicating open defecation and providing safe sanitation in urban slum communities. In collaboration with the Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board, Delhi Government, we aim to achieve our mission by:

  • Innovating in management of community toilet complexes
  • Sensitizing people on good sanitary practices.

Raahat model operates on 4 pillars:

– Operations and Management

– Sensitization

– Aesthetic Modification

– Community Based Approach

Project Raahat was declared as one of the top 4 teams in the Water Race, conducted by Enactus. It will now compete in the Global Final held during the Enactus World Cup, in September in London.

Over the course of more than a year, Raahat, Akshar and Udaan have gained recognition and success on both National and International level platforms. We recently won the Enactus India Nationals, and will be representing India in the Enactus World Cup to be held in London in September 2017.

Project Khidki, our latest project, aims to eradicate malnutrition in children of the age bracket 0-6 years following a CMAM (Community based Management of Acute Malnutrition) approach. The project is partnering with the ICDS (Integrated Child Development Services) system and is working with the Anganwadis in Sunder Nagri, East Delhi. The project focuses on 4 tangents:

– Community mobilization and sensitization,

– Anganwadi upliftment,

– Growth monitoring, and

– Food supplement to bridge the current nutrition gap.

This year Enactus SSCBS managed to raise a cumulative amount of ₹ 15,48,000/- through grants which shall be utilised to run, expand and enhance our existing projects.

Activity details:

Events organised: 0, Events participated: 3 and Prizes/Awards Won: 3.

The efforts of the faculty coordinator are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator:   Dr. Anuja Mathur and Mr. Amit Kumar.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 18)

 

FinX – The Finance Society

FinX – The Finance Society – is amongst the oldest of the college and the most reputed in the Delhi University Circuit. Organising FinWiz – The Biggest Finance Festival of the university – has been our legacy for the past 23 years. We work unfailingly to educate, inspire and motivate finance enthusiasts in moving towards financial supremacy. Four skills have always helped us deliver excellent results: the ability to learn quickly, communicate clearly, create confidently, and lead effectively.

The ‘X’ in FinX stands for Experts. Even though it’s a title which takes long to earn – our efforts to attain it is what fuels us. We intend to tap the financial corner of everyone’s psyche, to usher into an era where finance is taught freely, learnt enthusiastically and built upon actively to move towards the future.                       

“When you hear FinX, probably words like “finance” and “society” come to your mind. For me, it’s quite different, what my mind brings up is the word “family”. Once you come in, you’ll never wish to go back.” – Prateek Arora

Major events representing the college:

FinX represented the college at IIM- Indore this year and at numerous competitions in DU and won numerous prizes.

Major Events Organised:

FinX organised FinWiz – The Annual Finance Festival of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies in the month of February. Finwiz had a variety of simulations testing the students negotiating and trading skills as over 500 students came to steel their minds in the biggest finance fest of Delhi University.

Activity details:

Events organised: 1, Events participated: 60 and Prizes/Awards Won: 57.

The efforts of the faculty coordinator are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator:  Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat and Mr. Amit Kumar.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 19)

           

FOURTH WALL – The Dramatics Society

Fourth wall Productions, The Dramatics Society was established in the year 1995 and has since thrived every year, powered by the vigour of its enthusiastic members. The organization is a culmination of young individuals who are creative, imaginative, expressive and above all revere the art of theatre.

In the past year, FWP has attempted to delve into newer performing styles and going beyond the regular competition and reach the audience that a particular play is meant for. We had 3 annual productions in 2016-17, “A Shaggy Dog Story” by Mark Haddon, “9 Jakhoo Hill” by Gurcharan Das and a self-scripted play by FWP “The Winter Rain”. We also produced 7 short plays and 2 short movies during the year.

Commercial/ Commissioned Performances:

The English production, A Shaggy Dog Story performed under Old World Collegiate Theatre Festival, organized at the Indian Habitat Centre.

The Hindi production, 9 Jakhoo Hill performed under Saitan Theatre Festival, at the Akshara Theatre.

Unconventional Performances:

To introduce Spanish Culture to an Indian audience, Fourth wall Productions in collaboration with Instituto Cervantes, performed Sir Vigilant by Miguel De Cervantes. It was so well received that FWP was approached for further creative collaborations with the institute.

A Shaggy Dog Story performed at Army Public School, Shankar Vihar with the dual purpose of introducing school students to the art of theatre as well as to give them a peek into the mind of the less understood.

Workshops:

A lights workshop was organised in October 2016 for the production members of the society, by renowned lights manager, Mr. R.K. Dhingra. Two members of the society, Nishant Bhati and Rohan Modi, were also selected for a Directorial workshop in the biggest youth theatre festival of India, Thespo, for which they went to Mumbai for a week long special workshop, Directors’ Adda.

Events:

Fourth Wall Productions organised the third edition of Raasa, the Annual Theatre Festival of S.S.C.B.S. at Instituto Cervantes on 24, 25 and 26 March and it saw participation of over 40 teams across Delhi University Theatre Circuit. The main festival included a Direction Workshop by Vivek Madan, an Acting Workshop by Shivani Tanskale and 9 full-length performances, out of which 3 were our own annual productions. The event was judged by some of the most respected and renowned faces in theatre: Caesar Lorente, Shivani Tanskale, Vivek Madan, Dilip Shankar, Vaishali Chakravarti and Neel Sengupta.

Activity details:

Productions: 11, Competitions participated: 33 and Prizes/Awards Won: 14.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Tarannum Ahmad and Ms. Kavita Rastogi.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 20)

 

GRANDEUR – The Consulting and Knowledge Cell

Grandeur, the consultancy and knowledge cell of SSCBS was founded in 2009. Being a consultancy society Grandeur aims at development of professional skills of its members by providing them opportunities to put their theoretical knowledge in practical uses through various live projects in the corporate world. Grandeur’s vision has always been to develop the skills of its members and giving quality work to the associated companies.

We have worked with companies like HDFC, Yes Bank, Bullero Capital, and Buzz like us among others. “In the business world, everyone is paid two coins: cash and experience. We take the experience first; the cash comes later.” Grandeur has also won many accolades as well. Our members have won over 30 competitions and won the second best contingent award at Hansraj College’s finance fest.

Activity details:

Projects: 3, Events participated: 40 and Prizes/Awards Won: 35.

The efforts of the faculty coordinator are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kumar Bijoy and Dr. Sushmita.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 21)

 

ILLUMINATI – The Quiz Society

Illuminati, the quizzing society, with an astonishing 60 top three finishes, including 21+ first prizes, and 100+ qualifications for the final round, holds the record for winning the most number of competitive events. Major achievements of the society include winning the LIC Diamond Jubilee Quiz, telecasted on Zee News and Zee Business, various quizzes at IIM Indore, IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, SRCC, LSR, Hindu, Hansraj and across all major colleges throughout India. The total prize money across all quizzes won adds up to more than 6 lakhs. The society holds the distinction of organizing Delhi’s sole Quiz Bowl, now in its 3rd edition. Apart from the flagship event, Illuminati holds an Annual Quiz Fest, a 2 day event comprising of quizzes based on genres like Business, Entertainment, Sports, Comedy and Literature. The society holds themed quizzes in association with other societies and the college and also runs an intra-college quizzing league to inculcate the ethos of knowledge. The society conducts weekly quizzing sessions and discussions to enhance our quizzing spirit and prepare for glory in the circuit. Our society members are highly rated in the circuit and have served as Quiz Masters for various quizzes at Open, College and School level.

Vision: Our goal is to present the adventure of knowledge to the students through the medium of quizzing. Having participated in and hosted innumerable quizzes, and having gathered a wealth of knowledge that is unmatched, we aspire to give back to the next generation of quizzers and intellectuals.

Activity details:

Events organised: 5, Events participated: 100 and Prizes/Awards Won: 100.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay and Mr. Tushar Marwaha.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 22)

 

KARTAVYA – The Social Service Society (NSS unit of SSCBS)

Being the Social Service Forum of the college, Kartavya has always been proactive in its bid to mobilize youth for helping the lesser privileged sections of the society.

Kartavya strives to provide affordable, educational and immensely useful tools and resources to the economically backward, while empowering the marginalized with an opportunity to earn to sustain them and improve their quality of life. An outcome of the philosophy of philanthropy towards one and all, Kartavya is all about making a difference with various activities, big and small.

The objectives of the society are:

  • To identify the needs and problems of the community and assist in problem solving process.
  • To inculcate a sense of social responsibility in the student populace.
  • To make the student community an active agent of change in the process of development of the lesser privileged sections of the community.
  • To gain skills in mobilizing community participation.

Major events organised were:

  1. Cleanliness Drives: Cleanliness drives were organized as a part of the’ Swatch Bharat-Clean India Campaign’ a national level campaign initiated by the Government of India to institutionalize the concept of cleanliness.
  2. Plantation drives: Our ‘Plantation drive’ initiative served its true purpose by reuniting everyone and driving them into action. Students, faculties and staff members together planted saplings at different places around the campus.
  3. Collection Drives: Clothes, bags, books, packed food were collected from the students, faculties and staff members of SSCBS. They were later distributed to the needy people.
  4. Viti-Diwali Mela: Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies covered in the colours of happiness with never ending fun of exciting game stalls which cherished memories of childhood. NGO stalls which were sources of delight not only to CBSites but also the ones in need.
  5. Vivanté-The Annual Philanthropic fest: Vivanté, the annual flagship event of Kartavya, is a cluster of events, which aims at motivating and encouraging college students to contribute towards the lives of the lesser fortunate. It includes Wish Tree Initiative, Blood Donation Camp, Goonj Book Stall, Zumba and Health Camp.

Activity details:

Events and social drives organised: 8.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators:   Dr. Ajay Jaiswal and Dr. Abhishek Tandon.

(List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 23)

 

KRITI – The Fine Arts Society

KRITI is The Fine Arts Society of SSCBS. It attempts to change the way in which fine arts is seen by the majority. Its main purpose is to provide a platform to the budding artists so that their art can be appreciated. Art is a way of refreshing and rejuvenating one’s mind so that an individual can work on his daily practices in a better way. Every year Kriti organises its art fest ‘Alla Prima’ under Crescendo. Various competitions such as Rangoli making, Doodling, Best out of Waste witness participation from Delhi University Circuit.

Activity details:

Events organised: 1, Events participated: 8 and Prizes/Awards Won: 3.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Tarannum Ahmad and Ms. Kavita Rastogi.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 24)

KRONOS – The IT Society

Since our advent, we have carried a vision of turning information technology from a hobby into a passion and we constantly strive to achieve it. Through our endeavours we want to create a milieu in college where every student must feel themselves constantly connected to technology. Our mission is to nurture a league of tech enthusiasts who can be reckon with when it comes to technology.

Our team members work meticulously throughout the year conducting various workshops on burning IT topics and several technical events. The flagship event SANGANAK is held every year in the month of February, where students from the entire NCR region compete to prove their mettle in the field of IT.

Some of our members participated in tech fest of Keshav Mahavidyalaya and Hansraj College securing positions. One of our members also went as a keynote speaker on Open-Source and MediaWiki at SSPM College of Engineering, Kankavali, Maharashtra in their annual tech event, Virtuostic 2k17.

Activity details:

Events organised: 4, Events participated: 5 and Prizes/Awards Won: 3.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Ajay Jaiswal and Mr. Onkar Singh.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 25)

 

LAWRENCE – The Law Society

Jul. 2016:

Promotion of Lawrence as a society and propagating awareness about how important legal knowledge is when it comes to handling corporate affairs or managing a start-up among first year.

Sept.-Oct. 2016:

1) Knowledge sharing sessions held once every week on various aspects of laws and highlighting several unconventional laws existing globally.

2) Started working on a research project under a renowned high court lawyer on topics GST, Shareholder Activism and Anti-Trust Laws.

Nov.-Dec. 2016 :

1) Started planning for our annual event Jurisprudence.

2) Work started for our annual magazine, legal view.

Jan. 2017:

1) Research project on shareholder activism

2) Brainstorming for our annual event

3) Discussion on demonetization

Feb. 2017:

1) Research project on GST and Antitrust Law

2) Inviting Articles for magazines

3) Applications for Ambassador Wing accepted from over 40 colleges and the ambassador was shortlisted on the basis of their profile and telephonic interview.

Mar. 2017:

1) Jurispudence’2017 : The annual event was organized on 1st March 2017 and chaired by Hon’ble Lalit Bhardwaj, a Delhi High Court Judge.

2) Annual magazine: Legal View Launched

3)  Online Research Project writing competition (RACE THE CASE)

4) Correction of research projects under the guidance of Hon’ble Lalit Bhardwaj, a Delhi High Court Judge.

Activity details:

Events organised: 8, Events participated: 9 and Prizes/Awards Won: 5.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Ms. Kishori Ravishankar and Ms. Saumya Jain.

(List of team members is enclosed in Annexure 26)

 

LitSoc – The Literary Society

The Literary Society of SSCBS is a society that caters to inculcating the importance and love of literature and creative arts in the members as well as promoting them in the college. The members are also responsible for releasing the official Annual Magazine of the college, named “Quadrangle”. The magazine is named after the beloved central courtyard of the old campus, which was the heart of the all things SSCBS. The magazine devotes a major section towards all forms of creative writing, illustrations, graphics and other visual contributions from all the students of the college. Quadrangle also has contributions from teachers, alumni and different societies of the college. A major chunk of the magazine serves as a yearbook for the graduating batch including photographs and messages handcrafted for them by their peers and juniors alike. Another dedication and kick off of farewell activities of the college include organizing a “Scribble Day”. The Literary Society also organizes various workshops on different subjects like creative writing, graphic designing, copywriting and presentation skills. These are open to everyone in college. There are other small events also conducted throughout the year which include story writing, script writing, spell bee’s etc. in college and during the cultural fest of the college, Crescendo.

Activity details:

Events/Activities organised: 9, Events participated: 7 and Prizes/Awards Won: 8.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay and Mr. Tushar Marwaha.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 27).

 

MIC – The Management Interaction Cell

Management Interaction Cell or MIC, the official management and corporate exposure cell of SSCBS, was formed in the year 2007 with the aim of bridging the gap between classroom learning and industrial experience. The society, through its comprehensive and wide ranging activities, events and affiliations, enables aspiring future managers to test and develop the necessary skills to stand out in this fiercely competitive world of business.

Corporate visits, one of our prime activities, are organized each year to different types of industries. Last year, a visit to the Coca Cola Plant was an enriching and interactive experience for all students. Different segments like the glass bottles factory, PET bottle section where also showcased to the students which was quite amazing and knowledgeable.

Confluence is the annual flagship management event of SSCBS. This year, Confluence 9.0 saw a huge participation from students across Universities and Colleges. Simulation games like Last Man Standing, Behind the Scenes, Empires and Stock Wars were organised. Empires, a unique turn based strategy game, received the most acclaim.

FICCI invites us every year to intern at their Media and Entertainment Branch at Mumbai to organize one of the biggest business entertainment convention of Asia, FICCI Frames. It is a three-day global convention covering the entire gamut of Media and Entertainment attended by 3000 delegates from 20 countries.

TEDxSSCBS 2016 was a huge success with eminent speakers like Ms. Smriti Nagpal, Vikramjit Singh & Aditya Bal and now MIC is all geared up for TEDxSSCBS 2017.

Thus, Management Interaction Cell (MIC), over the 9 long years of prevalence has been defined by its students, dedication, fidelity, integrity and allegiance towards this organization. The members are effervescent, vehement and innovative who welcome and help maintain the true spirit of our esteemed institution.

Activity details:

Events organised: 4 and Events participated: 2.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Kumar Bijoy and Mr. Ramesh Kumar.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 28)

 

Mark-It – The Marketing Society

Mark-It is the Marketing society of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies which aims at reforming the way in which one espies marketing with an edge of sagacity. The society came into existence with a vision to spread around the lustre of marketing and the importance that it holds in today’s business world. Keeping this vision in our sight, we at Mark-It are continuously putting our effort for the bigger aim: Imparting knowledge of Marketing to students on the collegiate level.  Many initiatives and efforts done by us include creation of viral videos for breaking the taboos rooted in the Indian society. Excelsior is another major initiative of Mark-It, a marketing cum management fiesta which witnesses the participation of students from numerous colleges across Delhi-NCR region. Mark-it also holds the title of running a successful ambassadorship programme which is a way to achieve the prime goal of educating the students about the wonders of marketing.

The members of the society are dedicated towards the development of the society and have brought much of the fame to the society by registering a winning streak in many institutions like NMIMS, Mumbai and Christ University, Bangalore to name a few. With all these achievements, mark-It is also the proud holder of the title of the “Best Marketing Society of Delhi University Circuit” awarded by Delhi College of Arts and Commerce.

Activity details:

Events organised: 5, Events participated: 25 and Prizes/Awards Won: 30.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh and Mr. Abhimanyu Verma.

(List of team members is enclosed in Annexure 29)

 

PARISHRAM – The Sports Society

Parishram, the sports society of SSCBS was formed in the year 2013 with the aim “to instil sportsmanship in students of SSCBS and to give the students of a college mainly known for academics a chance to play sports and excel in their skill”.

From then the society has done a lot to make sports a regular aspect of all students of SSCBS and regardless of constraints we have worked day in and day out to make sports a success in SSCBS.

We welcomed the batch of 2016-2019 with the Tug of war. First years as well as students of other academic years participated in this event to make it a success. The winners were given coupons of Maggie point as their trophy

The first event of this academic year was the Neymar Junior football championship, organised in association with Red Bull. Where 5 a side team had just one objective which was to score a goal. The winning team qualified for the city level knock out tournament.

The second event was Badminton and Squash Championship organised at PDKP grounds in the month of October. The tournament was based on a knockout format and over 50 students participated for this rendezvous.

The third event was our annual College Backyard Football tournament organised in November where college students participated in teams of 5. The total number of teams was 20, and the tournament was based on a knockout format. The teams fought and audience was the main attraction for the event.

The fourth event was the CCL-CBS Cricket League, a tennis ball cricket tournament where college students participated in teams of seven players each. The number of teams was more than 25 and the whole tournament lasted for around a month. The tournament was based on a league-cum-knockout format. This time the tournament was made a success by some interesting matches where one team scored 100 and bowled the other for just 9 runs.

The fifth event was Adrenaline, where various competitions were held in many sports such as chess, shot put, table tennis, volleyball, football, kabaddi and athletics, all in a span of two days! The participation in each event was in excess of 150 individual. This speaks of the scale of the event.

Activity details:

Events organised: 5, Events participated: 5 and Prizes/Awards Won: 1 (Trophy).

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Shikha Gupta, Dr. Mona Verma and Ms. Priyanka Gupta

(List of Adrenaline 2017 awardees, society achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 30).

 

SYNERGY – The Corporate Events Society

Synergy S.S.C.B.S. has envisioned radical themes and methodology to redefine ‘learning while doing’, breaking away from the hackneyed conventions of business summits and conclaves for the past 8 years. In collaboration with companies like Chevrolet, IBM, Apple, MTV, Outlook , Google Crowdsource etc., the society has delivered the supreme quality that has come to be associated with it over the past few years. The events organized have seen nationwide participation with applications coming in from Pune, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Jaipur, etc., and received widespread acclaim.

The aim of events organised by Synergy is to bridge the gap between college and professional life. The fulcrum of these events, which may be in the form of interactions, workshops, team tasks etc., is demonstrative sessions conducted by industry experts. Touching upon pertinent issues like leadership, communication, delegation, and corporate culture and values, we try to nurture and develop the skills and talent that will help students realize their corporate aspirations, making them forces to be reckoned with in the business world.

The outcomes of our endless pursuit of excellence are the events: D’Apprentice (2011), Adelanto (2012), D’Apprentice National (2013), Empezar (2014), The Corridors of Vice (2015), The Tempest (2016) and Esperanza (2017).

Activity details:

Events organised: 3, Events participated: 7 and Prizes/Awards Won: 11.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Rohini Singh and Ms. Kishori Ravishankar

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 31)

 

VERVE – The Street Play Society

Verve, the Street Play Society of SSCBS is all about change and initiative through the medium of the indigenous art of Street Play, informally referred to as Nukkad Natak. We aren’t mere performers, the society comprises of research based theatre and education of audience through the medium of artistic inspiration. The annual event organised by Verve is Manthan, which is India’s largest street theatre festival, which takes street plays to streets for mass sensitisation across India to 40 prominent cities of the country. Manthan successfully completed 10 years in 2017 and is aiming to touch milestones in the coming years. Some accolades by Manthan are spanning to 4 international locations like Russia, Brazil, Nigeria and Nepal. Also, we held power packed performances of 50 teams across 10 cities of the same day, same time this year to mark the opening of 10 years of India’s largest street theatre festival. Verve and Manthan are living the same dream of a changed and better world of sensitivity and compassion.

Activity details:

Events organised: 1, Performances: 35 and Prizes/Awards Won: 12.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Tarannum Ahmad and Ms. Kavita Rastogi.

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 32)

 

YUVA – The Entrepreneurship Cell

Yuva-The Entrepreneurship Cell aims to actively promote entrepreneurship amongst students and new-age entrepreneurs, in an attempt to manifest their covert entrepreneurial spirit by exposing them to the joys and obscurity of entrepreneurship. There is a belief in Yuva that entrepreneurship is not an aptitude, but an attitude.

The society conducted WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get), at Google Office, Gurgaon to connect students with the likes of Manoj Kohli and Rajan Anandan. The first edition of ‘TEDx University of Delhi’ was organized by Yuva, which gathered some of the best creative and active thinkers from across the country. It also holds the record for India’s largest scan-ready QR code, certified by Limca book of records.

Yuva began the year with organising Zero – to – One, a national level B-plan competition which garnered entries from all corners of the country. This played as the perfect precursor to E-Grid, a novel, zero budget community building event. E-grid brought together entrepreneurs and mentors on a single platform to contribute towards the bubbling student entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Yuva also has been one of the major facilitators for the set-up of SIIF (SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation). To cap the year off with a bang, Yuva celebrates the success of its pedigree, with the funding of Corseco and Vahdam teas, a testament to the vision of its founders, whose legacy we carry forward, every day.

Activity details:

Events organised: 3, Events participated: 12 and Prizes/Awards Won: 15.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Poonam Verma, Mr. Ramesh Kumar, Dr. Nidhi Kesari, Mr. Tushar Marwaha and Ms. Manisha Nayyar (Placement Officer).

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 33)

 

Sponsorship Support

The college has been fortunate to be able to bank upon the support of its sponsorship contributors in helping the society activities and events flourish on an even bigger scale. We would like to take this opportunity to gratefully thank them for their unstinted support and generosity and we hope that we can continue to share such convivial relations in the future as well. Overall, our generous contributors have provided us with a corpus of ₹ 23,81,300/- and support in kind to encourage social and cultural activities in the college.

(List of sponsorship contributors and amount of sponsorship received are enclosed in Annexure 34)

 

COLLEGE COMMITTEES

The college believes in a shared and participative management model. In order to promote the same, the college has organised a number of committees comprising of the Principal, faculty members, administrative personnel and students. These committees oversee various activities in the college; serve as compliance and monitoring arms for University directives and requirements and help in managing and organising various college events.

(List of committees and members is enclosed in Annexure 35)

 

STUDENT COUNCIL

The college has a student council that is constituted by elected representatives of students of each class. The council allows for a regular interface between the faculty, administration and the students. The members of the council include The Principal, Teachers-In-charge, Laboratories-In-charge, Administrative Officer, Librarian, Placement Coordinator and student representative of each class.

(List of student council members enclosed in Annexure 36)

 

 

At the end, I once again thank all the faculty members, students, alumni and organizers for taking keen interest in every element of the college and enriching the overall life of the college fraternity. I am also thankful to the silent but sincere services provided by the administrative staff without whose support nothing would have been possible.

 

I am once again grateful to our hon’ble Chief Guest and Guest of Honour for sparing their valuable time to be with us on this occasion. Last, but not the least, I thank Dr. Anamika Gupta, Dr. Gurjeet Kaur and Mr. Tushar Marwaha who have helped me in compiling this report.

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                        Dr. Poonam Verma

                                                                                                                                      Principal

 

ANNEXURES

 

 

ANNEXURE – 1

 

LIST OF GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS (20 Jul. 2015 – 18 Oct. 2016)

S.No.

Name of Member

Designation

1

Mr. Pankaj Vohra

Chairman

2

Mr. Harinder Singh  

Treasurer

3

Mr. Anurag Dhanda  

Member

4

Mr. O.M. Agarwal   

Member

5

Mr. Ashok Upadhyay

Member

6

Mr. G.L. Verma  

Member

7

Mr. Sharad Vatsyayana

Member

8

Mr. Kumar Gaurav

 Member

9

Mr. Santosh Tiwari   

 Member

10

Prof. Vinayshil Gautam

Member

11

Prof. Anil Rai

Member, University Representative

12

Prof. Brajesh Choudhary 

Member, University Representative

13

Ms. Kavita Rastogi

Member, Teacher Representative

14

Dr. Kumar Bijoy 

Member, Teacher Representative

15

Mr. Rajinder Singh

Special Invitee Member, Non-teaching Representative

16

Dr. Poonam Verma

Member Secretary / Principal

 

LIST OF GOVERNING BODY MEMBERS w.e.f. 18 Apr. 2017

S.No.

Name of Member

Designation

1

Prof. Anil Rai

Chairman

2

Prof. Pankaj Sinha   

Treasurer

3

Dr. Rohini Singh 

Member, Teacher Representative

4

Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay    

Member, Teacher Representative

5

Mr. Imtiaz Ahmad

Special Invitee Member, Non-teaching Representative

6

Dr. Poonam Verma

Member Secretary / Principal

 

LIST OF FACULTY MEMBERS:

Department of Management Studies

S.No.

Name

Designation

1

Dr. Poonam Verma

Principal

2

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal                      

Associate Professor

3

Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh 

Associate Professor

4

Dr. Hamendra Kumar Porwal    

Associate Professor

5

Ms. Kavita Kapur                    

Associate Professor

6

Dr. Tarannum Ahmad

Associate Professor

7

Dr. Rohini Singh                      

Associate Professor

8

Ms. Shalini Prakash                       

Associate Professor

9

Dr. Anuja Mathur

Associate Professor

10

Mr. Neeraj Kumar

Assistant Professor

11

Ms. Kishori Ravi Shankar

Assistant Professor

12

Dr. Kumar Bijoy

Assistant Professor

13

Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay

Assistant Professor

14

Dr. Amrina Kausar

Assistant Professor

15

Mr. Ramesh Kumar

Assistant Professor

16

Dr. Mona Verma

Assistant Professor

17

Ms. Madhu Totla

Assistant Professor

18

Dr. Nidhi Kesari

Assistant Professor

19

Ms. Paridhi

Assistant Professor

20

Dr. Sushmita

Assistant Professor

21

Mr. Tushar Marwaha

Assistant Professor

22

Mr. Narander Kumar Nigam

Assistant Professor

23

Dr. Abhishek Tandon

Assistant Professor

24

Mr. Amit Kumar

Assistant Professor

25

Ms. Neha Rajput

Assistant Professor

26

Mr. Raj Kumar

Assistant Professor

27

Mr. Abhimanyu Verma

Assistant Professor

28

Ms. Saumya Jain

Assistant Professor

29

Dr. Gurjeet Kaur

Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc)

30

Mr. Prateek Bedi

Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc) (Left)

31

Ms. Ashima Arora

Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc)

32

Ms. Anusha Goel 

Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc)

33

Ms. Priyanka Gupta

Assistant Professor (Ad-hoc)

Department of Computer Science

S.No.

Name

Designation

1

Ms. Kavita Rastogi

Associate Professor

2

Dr. Anamika Gupta

Assistant Professor

3

Dr. Ajay Jaiswal

Assistant Professor

4

Ms. Shikha Gupta

Assistant Professor

5

Dr. Sameer Anand

Assistant Professor

6

Ms. Sonika Thakral

Assistant Professor

7

Mr. Onkar Singh

Assistant Professor

GUEST FACULTY

Department of Computer Science

S.No.

Name

S.No.

Name

1

Mr. Nikhil Rajput

23

Mr. Hemant Kumar

2

Dr. Manoj Aggarwal

24

Ms. Sangeeta Mokhria

3

Mr. Umesh Kumar

25

Mr. Sumit Kumar

4

Ms. Vijaya Goyal

26

Mr. Santosh Kumar

5

Ms. Barkhashree

27

Mr. Rishabh Vashishth

6

Ms. Sugandha Gupta

28

Mr. Himanshu

7

Ms. Yogesh Kumari

29

Mr. Deepak Jaiswal

8

Ms. Priyal Jain

30

Mr. Amandeep Kaur

9

Ms. Asha Yadav

31

Mr. Mohit Prasad

10

Mr. Chandan Kumar

32

Ms. Rajni Gautam

11

Mr. Navin Kumar Sehgal

33

Ms. Neha Gandhi

12

Mr. Ashish Kumar Jha

34

Dr. Arvind

13

Mr. Mahender Kumar

35

Dr. Shishir Kr. Jha

14

Mr. Rajiv Ranjan Jha

36

Ms. Ankita Arora

15

Ms. Megha Sharma

37

Ms. Juhi Gupta

16

Ms. Minni Jain

38

Dr. Chandravir Narayan

17

Ms. Isha Mangal

39

Ms. Rinni

18

Mr. Ajay Kumar Vishwarkarma

40

Ms. Chanchal Verma

19

Ms. Pooja Pal

41

Dr. Bharti

20

Ms. Hunny Gaur

42

Ms. Vinti Aggarwal

21

Mr. Prem Prakash

43

Mr. Dharmpal

22

Ms. Latika Gupta

44

Ms. Charu Puri

Department of Management Studies

S.No.

Name

S.No.

Name

1

Ms. Ankita Arora

11

Ms. Hunny Gaur

2

Ms. Tarika

12

Ms. Jyoti Chauhan

3

Ms. Sakshi Sharma

13

Mr. Amit Bagga

4

Mr. Prashant Kumar

14

Mr. Govind Saran Sharma

5

Mr. Prem Prakash

15

Ms. Manisha Wadhwa

6

Mr. Santosh Kumar

16

Mr. Vipin Rathi

7

Mr. Devesh Shankar

17

Dr. Inderjeet Oberoi

8

Ms. Tarunika

18

Ms. Tripti

9

Mr. Rahul Magan

19

Ms. Sophia Pde

10

Ms. Divisha Goyal

 

 

 

LIST OF ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF MEMBERS:

S.No.

Name

Designation

Administrative Staff

1

Mr. S.K. Jairath

Administrative Officer

2

Mr. Sumit Lamba

Sr. P.A. to Principal

3

Mr. Ajitabh Saxena 

Section Officer (Accounts)

4

Mr. Rajinder Jaswal

Assistant

5

Mr. Pradeep Verma

Assistant

6

Mr. Surender Kumar Dagar

Assistant

7

Mr. Sanjay Batra

Jr. Assistant

8

Mr. Rakesh Kumar

Driver

9

Mr. Manohar Lal

Daftry

10

Mr. Drigpal

Daftry

11

Mr. Suman Singh

Office Attendant

12

Mr. Umesh Dutt

Office Attendant

13

Mr. Bhupal Chand

Office Attendant

14

Mr. Tapan Mandal

Office Attendant

15

Mr. Chander Pal

Mali

16

Mr. Baleshwar

Mali

17

Mr. Krishan Pal

Safai Karamchari

18

Mr. Karunesh

Safai Karamchari

19

Mr. Nand Kishore

Safai Karamchari

19

Mr. Deepak Kumar

Safai Karamchari

20

Mr. Vishnu Prasad

Waterman

Library Staff

21

Ms. Deepti Khatri

Librarian

22

Dr. Tribhuwan Kumar

Professional Assistant

23

Ms. Bimlesh Sharma

Semi Professional Assistant

24

Mr. Pushpender Prajapati

Jr. Library Information Assistant

25

Mr. Basant Lal

Library Attendant

26

Mr. Mohinder Pal

Library Attendant

Computer Lab Staff

27

Mr. Atul Bhardwaj

Technical Assistant (Lab-II)

28

Mr. Jaivarsh Anand

Technical Assistant (Lab-III)

29

Mr. Imtiaz Ahmad

Technical Assistant (Lab-IV)

30

Mr. Tulsi Ram Sharma

Lab Attendant (Lab-I)

31

Ms. Nidhi Arora

Lab Attendant (Lab-III)

32

Ms. Archana Pandey

Lab Attendant (Lab-II)

Placement Cell

33

Ms. Manisha Nayyar

Placement Officer (On Contract)

Contractual Staff

34

Mr. Varun Kushwaha

System & Network Admn. (Lab-IV)

35

Mr. S.Q. Abbas

Sr. Assistant

36

Mr. Hemender Sharma

Scientific Asst. (Lab-I)

37

Mr. Uttam Singh

Jr. Assistant-cum-caretaker (Resigned on 27/03/2017)

38

Ms. Lakshmi Singh

Jr. Assistant

39

Ms. Champa Negi

Jr. Assistant

40

Ms. Bharti Mishra

JLIA

41

Mr. Sunny

Lab Attendant (Lab-III)

42

Mr. Deepak Kumar Patel

Lab Attendant (Lab-IV)

43

Mr. Varun Bhardwaj

Office Attendant

 

ANNEXURE – 2

RECIPIENTS OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

S.No.

Name

Subject/Course

Amount (in ₹)

1

Harshita Arora

B.TECH IV A

9,000

2

Lokender Singh

B.TECH IV A

8,000

3

Vipul Raj

B.TECH IV B

8,000

4

Jitender Singh

B.TECH IV B

8,000

5

Deepankar

B.TECH IV C

7,000

6

Deepak Singh

B.TECH IV C

8,000

7

Amar Kumar

B.TECH IV C

8,000

8

Manish Kumar Bhardwaj

B.TECH IV B

8,000

9

Abhishek Gautam

B.TECH IV B

8,000

10

Abhishek Kumar

B.TECH IV C

9,000

11

Anuj Kumar Sharma

B.TECH IV C

9,000

12

Mohammed Haris

B.TECH IV C

9,000

13

Aishwarya Omer

B.TECH IV C

9,000

14

Priyanka Kumari

B.TECH IV D

9,000

15

Mohd. Arif

B.TECH IV D

8,000

16

Jai Prakash Solanki

B.TECH IV D

8,000

17

Arjun Agarwal

B.TECH IV D

7,000

18

Varsha

B.TECH IV D

9,000

19

Renu

B.TECH IV D

9,000

20

Satyam Soni

B.TECH IV D

9,000

21

Charul Giri

B.TECH IV D

8,000

22

Vaibhav Gupta

B.TECH IV B

9,000

23

Kapil Kushwaha

B.TECH IV B

8,000

24

Faezaan Ahmed Gheyasi

BBS III F A

7,000

25

Kudari Pradeep

BBS III F B

7,000

26

Ragini Kumari

BBS III F B

7,000

27

Vaibhav

BBS III F C

7,000

28

Vidya Ratan

BBS III F C

8,000

29

Ashish Ranjan

BBA (FIA) III A

13,000

30

Sakshi Solanki

BBA (FIA) III B

13,000

31

Aayush Rastogi

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

15,000

32

Amaan Khan

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

15,000

33

Ankit Pal

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

16,000

34

Brijendra Gupta

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

15,000

35

Gaurav Kumar Jaiswal

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

15,000

36

Manish Kumar Parbat

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

15,000

37

Mohd. Shahrukh

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

16,000

38

Santosh Maurya

B. SC. (H) III YEAR

16,000

39

Anish Arora

BMS II A

6,000

40

Aru Mangla

BMS II A

6,000

41

Prakshi Bajaj

BMS II C

8,000

42

Rajeev Gupta

BMS II C

7,000

43

Sanjeev Gupta

BMS II D

8,000

44

Shivam

BMS II D

7,000

45

Tanishka Gupta

BMS II E

7,000

46

Jasneet Kaur

BBA (FIA) II A

12,500

47

Mohit Pal

BBA (FIA) II A

12,500

48

Aditya Aggarwal

B. SC. (H) II YEAR

15,000

49

Ankit Kumar

B. SC. (H) II YEAR

15,000

50

Ashish Kumar Verma

B. SC. (H) II YEAR

16,000

51

Deepak Kumar

B. SC. (H) II YEAR

15,000

52

Deepanshu

B. SC. (H) II YEAR

16,000

53

Gurdeep Singh

B. SC. (H) II YEAR

15,000

54

Mohd. Shariq

B. SC. (H) II YEAR

15,000

Total Amount (in ₹)

7,40,000

 

ANNEXURE – 3      

IN-HOUSE PROJECTS

Student Team Members:

Himanshu Rohilla, Aarti Sharma, Lakshay Bhambri, Aseem Upadhyay, Harshita Arora, Rohit Sethi, Aditya Jain, Hittu Garg, Aarush Verma and Karan Chauhan.

 

ANNEXURE – 4      

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTS

Student Name

Award

Anupam Gupta

1.      Best Intern award – Enactus SSCBS, India, 2016

2.      Published research paper on Social Engineering – Human resource vulnerability, (IJIR Vol. 2, Issue 10)

3.      Published Research paper Business Paradigms in Cyberspace, in IJIR Vol. 2, Issue 10

4.      Joining University of Texas at Dallas for PG/masters level program.

Anmol Wassan

1.      Secured 1st prize in Web designing competition at Keshav Mahavidyalaya, University of Delhi in their annual tech event, “Blitzkreig ’17”.

2.      Secured 1st prize in Web designing competition at Hansraj College, University of Delhi in their annual tech event, “Cynosure ’17”.

3.      Interned as Web Developer at Lcharmin Tech. Pvt. Ltd.

4.      Interned as Web Developer and SEO at TruCar.in.

5.      Selected as a keynote speaker on Open-Source and Wikipedia Education Program at SSPM College of Engineering, Kankavali, Maharashtra in their annual tech event, “Virtuostic 2K17”.

6.      Earned an opportunity to visit Wikimania 2017, the annual Wikimedia conference at Montréal, Québec, Canada during 09-13 Aug. 2016 with fully sponsored trip by Wikimedia Foundation.

Mohd. Ameen Zain

Renowned National Level .22 Rifle Shooter, I Secured Silver Medal in Delhi State Rifle Shooting Championship, Cleared Pre-nationals and then in 60th National Shooting Championship in Small Bore Rifle and Pistol Events which was held at Balewadi Stadium in Pune From 12-26 Dec. 2016 after scoring Minimum Qualifying Score Became National Renowned Indian Shooter.

Gourav Jena

1.      Shiv Nadar University Media + Entertainment Quiz, First Position

2.      LSR Mythology, Etymology and History Quiz , First Position

3.      Indian School of Business and Finance Gen-Biz Quiz, First Position

4.      LSR Open FLAMES Quiz @Tarang, First Position

5.      SRCC Biz Quiz, First Position

6.      Ashoka Gen Quiz @Banjaara, First Position

7.      Ashoka MELA Quiz @Banjaara, First Position

8.      DTU Flame Quiz, First Position

9.      IIT Delhi Tryst Astro Quiz, First Position

10.  Gargi Open LAME Quiz, First Position

11.  Thapar University College Gen Quiz , First Position

12.  Thapar University College Sports-Literature-Entertainment Quiz, First Position

13.  Thapar University College Science-Biz-Tech Quiz , First Position

14.  Madras Minutiae IIT Madras Life and Times Quiz, First Position

15.  Madras Minutiae IIT Madras MELAS Quiz, First Position

16.  St Stephens Quizotic Open FLAMES , First Position

17.  DCAC Gen Quiz @Scoop, First Position

18.  SSCBS QuizBowl, First Position

19.  FAQ BLAST Quiz, Calcutta Medical College, First Position

20.  LIC Diamond Jubilee Quiz Nationals, First Position

21.  MNNIT Biz-Tech Quiz, First Position

22.  MNNIT Flames Quiz, First Position

23.  MNNIT India Quiz, First Position

24.  MNNIT General Quiz, First Position

25.  IIT Delhi Rendezvous College Gen Quiz (Sphinx), First Position

26.  MDI Sports and Entertainment Quiz, First Position

27.  LSR College Gen Quiz @Tarang, Second Position

28.  IIT Delhi Tryst Gen Quiz, Second Position

29.  IIT Delhi Tryst Sci-Biz-Tech Quiz, Second Position

30.  Thapar College Written India Quiz @Eclectiza, Second Position

31.  NSIT Open MELA Quiz, Second Position

32.  St Stephens Quizotic Open Music, Second Position

33.  Venky Gen Quiz @History Department Fest, Second Position

34.  Stephen’s Annual Quizzing Championship, Second Position

35.  ENIGMA Gen Quiz, BITS Pilani Hyderabad, Second Position

36.  DTU Panache Gen Quiz, Second Position

37.  IIT Delhi Rendezvous MELA Quiz ( Jeopardy), Second Position

38.  Dyal Singh Movies and Music Quiz, Third Position

39.  DTU Gen Quiz, Third Position

40.  Madras Minutiae IIT Madras General Quiz, Third Position

41.  JMC Gen Quiz (Quriosis), Third Position

42.  IIT Bombay Mood Indigo, Third Position

Tarun Sidharth

1.      1st Position – Schindler The Best Manager, Bizkrieg – CVS

2.      1st Position – Virtuoso The Best Manager, Cognizance – KMV

3.      1st Position – Vikings The Venture Capitalist Event, Comquest – LSR

4.      1st Position – Empire The Strategy Game – VIPS, IP Univ.

5.      1st Position – StartUp Poly, Entrepreneurial Strategy Game – JDMC

6.      Vice President – MAPSMUN – MAPS

7.      Scribe – ARSD Youth Conclave – ARSD College, DU

8.      Best Delegate – ASMUN – All Saints, Ajmer

9.      Best Delegate – SAARC Conference – CVS

10.  Best Delegate – CrossMUN – SGGSCC

11.  Best Delegate – SBSCMUN – SBSC

12.  Best Delegate – JUITMUN – JUIT         

13.  Special Mention – Inmantec Youth Parliament – Inmantec Law College

14.  High Commendation – DIS 1.0 – Marwah Studios, Film City

 

ANNEXURE – 5

PLACEMENT CELL (CDC)

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Aakash Beniwal, Aastha Vij, Anubha Saggar, Geetika Chawla, Ketan Goel, Sarthak Kalra, Udhav Khanna and Yash Todi.

Core Committee: Aarushi Verma, Anam Sherwani, Disha Batra, Naman Dhanuka, Ojasvi Jain, Sanjana Chopra and Sarthak Goswami.

Organising Committee: Harshita Saxena, Ishita Narang, Jatin Garg, Manav Chaudhry, Moksha Mathpal, Nimratt Singh, Prateek Bansal, Ragini Jetly, Rishabh Bhatia, Riya Aggarwal, Sanchit Sharma and Simran Sehgal.

 

 

 

ANNEXURE – 6

COLLEGE FUNCTIONS (Freshers Welcome)

Student Members:

Aarush Verma, Akansha Gupta, Ankit Kumar, Faisal Khan, Gaurav Jaiswal, Harsh Vardhan, Lakshay Rajor, Nishtha Arora, Priyanshi Gupta, Rashi Agarwal and Shubham Gupta.

 

ANNEXURE – 7

CRESCENDO – The College Fest

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Harsh Vardhan, Shivanshu Tomar and Yashika Yadav.

Core Committee: Chayya Singh, Udish Swami, Sachin Karhana, Tanishka Gupta, Archana Shah, Roopika Patwa, Anjali Singh, Diksha Prakash, Aaryav Anand, Arnab Roy and Abhijeet Krishnan.

Organising Committee: Abhinav Bajaj, Anushil Jay, Ashish Kapoor, Awhan Sarangi, Jajaj Kahnani, Prachi Chaurasia, Parth Verma and Nikeeta Garg.

 

ANNEXURE – 8

CONVERGENCE – The Annual Corporate Convention

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Samyak Jain, Tanya Semwal, Tanya Yadav, Kajal Yadav and Roopika Patwa.

Core Committee: Ankit Kumar, Chayya Singh, Hardik Jain, Kanika Bhudiraja, Khyati Kumar, Sachin Karhana, Shubhangi Kumar, Tanya Krishnoo and Varun Singh.

Organising Committee: Anushil Jay, Ashish Kapoor, Hardik Arora, Parth Verma, Preeti, Rajat Goel, Rishi Rishav Verma, Smriti Rijhwani, Soumya Saini, Sudhanshu Aggarwal, Vaibhav Yadav and Yashasvi Verma.

 

ANNEXURE – 9

ANTHROPOS – The HR Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Arshiya Garg, Archit Pahwa and Ayan Pandey.

Core Committee: Lakshay Trehan, Mridul Gupta, Prakshi Bajaj, Rachel Lakra and Aditya Arora.

Organising Committee: Sangam Katiyal, Avyush Solanki, Arjun Tyagi, Jalaj Kanhani, Siddharth Jain and Sahil Puri.

 

ANNEXURE – 10

BLITZ – The Western Dance Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Abhishek Chaudhary, Jayant Khattar, Lakshay Gogia, Saurabh Parmar, Sukhdeep Singh, Aashish Kumar, Agam Phogat, Aman Kumar, Ruchika, Sanchi Agarwal and Tanvi Kumar.

Core Committee: Bulbul Das, Himanshu Verma, Prachi Garg, Shivani Kumbhare, Shweta and Simran Singla.

Organising Committee: Daksh Jain, Apoorva, Hemi Kapoor, Kajal, Srishti Roy, Abhishek Tomar, Manik, Pragati, Stachang Dorje, Tejas, Vijay, Piyush, Ishaan, Yashika and Hitesh.

Achievements:

Name

College

Type of the event

Position

Sanchi Aggarwal

AIIMS

Western Solo Dance

1st

 

Shaheed Rajguru College

Western Solo Dance

2nd

 

MDI

Western Solo Dance

3rd

 

Zakir Hussain College

Classical Solo

1st

Ruchika and Vandita

AIIMS

Western Duet Competition

1st

 

NSIT

Western Duet Competition

2nd

 

Lingayas University

Western Duet Competition

1st

Aman Kumar

Swami Shraddhanand College

Western Solo Competition

2nd

 

IIIT Delhi

Western Solo Competition

3rd

BLITZ (group)

MDI

Western Group Dance

1st

 

Lingayas University

Western Group Dance

2nd

 

ANNEXURE – 11

CBS Model United Nations (CBSMUN)

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Riya Verma, Rithish Kumar, Anushka Gambhir, Vidushi Jaiswal, Arjun Agarwal, Jyotsana and Puran Rathore.

Core Committee: Tanya Krishnoo, Gurashish Singh, Anurag Gusain, Kajal Yadav, Sakshi Verma, Yashi Agarwal, Shreya Chawla and Prateek Dogra.

Organising Committee: Twisha, Vishal Bhati, Himani, Vaishnavi, Ujjwal Yadav, Deepti Chauhan and Aditi.

 

ANNEXURE – 12

COMMUNIQ – The Promotion Cell

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Naman Madaan, Pranay Mavi, Prerna Bhatia and Tanisha Malhotra;

Core Committee: Devika Walia, Kshitij Ahluwalia, Mayank Khanna, Raghav Bhatia and Subhanshu Yadav.

Organising Committee: Devyani Madan, Harsh Singhal, Ishant Bansal, Nikita Gambhir, Purvi Gupta, Raghav Singhal, Tanmay Nerchehal and Tanush Kasera.

Achievements:

Event Name

Organising College

Event Type

Participant

Position

Investrix

St Stephen’s College

Mock Stock

Raghav Singhal

1st

Amazing Race

Jesus & Mary College

Cultural

Raghav Singhal

1st

Know Your Market

SGT Khalsa College

Marketing

Raghav Singhal

Best Innovative Team

Investor’s Hat

IIT, Roorkee

Finance

Devyani Madan

1st

Empires

SSCBS

Strategic

Tanush Kasera

2nd

Empires

SSCBS

Strategic

Harsh Singhal

2nd

Eco Voyage

CVS

Economics

Raghav Singhal

1st

Subject to Market Risks

CVS

Finance

Raghav Singhal

2nd

 

ANNEXURE – 13

CDF – CONNECTING DREAMS FOUNDATION (SSCBS)

Achievements:

Kaustabh Chaturvedi and Aru Mangla secured 1st & 3rd positions respectively in i2A (Ideation to Action) Bootcamp Competition organized by IIC, Delhi University with collaboration with the CDF Main Body.

Samkit was awarded for his contribution to the 1M1B United Nations project for which he had provided the technical support.

 

ANNEXURE – 14

DARKROOM – The Photography Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Saksham Anand, Shekhar Mann, Snigdha Singh, Lakshaya Soin and Shivanshu Tomar.

Core Committee: Saksham Verma, Kirti Bhaskar, Rohan K. Gupta, Tanya Krishnoo, Ashutosh Gupta, Sachin Yadav, Kartik Singh, Rahul Yadav and Sparsh Soni.

Organising Committee: 1. Abhinav PSS, Era Bhatia, Alice Austin Barwa, Nishant Hyanki,  Soumya Saini, Navya Yadav, Mohammad Huzaifa, Shubham Chand Ramola, Prabhat Agrawal, Meghna Krishna, Ashish Malhotra and Sudhanshu Agarwal.

Achievements:

1.      Simran – 2nd – Cinedrome Shivaji

2.      Sachin – 3rd – Philography Janki Devi

3.      Kunal – 3rd position – Janki Devi Memorial OTS

4.      Kartik – 1st position – Pinhole Online Comp Noir’16

5.      Sudhanshu Agarwal – 1st – OTS Zest Jaipur

6.      Sudhanshu Agarwal – 1st – OTS Motilal Nehru Shutter Stock

7.      Sudhanshu Agarwal – 1st position – Tabeer OTS Daulat Ram

8.      Snigdha – Designing – 1st Position – Dayal Singh College

9.      Saksham Anand – Designing – 2nd Position – Dayal Singh College

10.  Shekhar Mann – Citraghini – Motilal Nehru Online – 1st position

11.  Abhinav – Chronicle – JMC – Online – 2nd Position

12.  Abhinav – 1st – Prism – Gargi

13.  Abhinav – Gargi (Reverie OTS) – 3rd position

14.  Abhinav – 1st position – Introspect (Venky)

15.  Saksham Verma – Gargi (Reverie OTS) – 2nd position

16.  Saksham Verma – 1st position – Photon (Bhagat Singh (E))

17.  Saksham-Abhinav – Dark Knight – CVS-OTS-1st Position

18.  Saksham-Abhinav – Snap Chase – CVS-OTS-1st Position

19.  Saksham-Era-Abhinav – First Impression – Venky-OTS – 1st Position.

20.  Saksham-Abhinav – Frames (Miniature Photography) – Stephens – 2nd position

21.  Ashutosh Gupta – 2nd position – Logo Revamp, Alla Prima

22.  Shekhar-Saksham-Snigdha – Battle of Societies – Hansraj college – 1st position

 

ANNEXURE – 15

DebSoc – The Debating Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Aditya Kohli, Shohtaj Singh, Viraj Gupta, Rhea Khurana and Tushar Behl.

Core Committee: Anany Jain, Avneet Sinha, Ashu Gupta, Bani Singh, Madhav Aggarwal, Kamna Mittal, Rohit Ramanan and Shreya Sahay.

Organising Committee: Abeer Dhingra, Amit Vikram Dewan, Akshay Agarwal, Avantika Mathur, Ayushi Kar, Bhavya Bhatia, Bhavya Mehta, Daksh Arora, Jatin Gupta, Mehar Jauhar, Nimratt Singh, Pallavi Mehrotra, Ragini Jetly, Sahil Rohilla, Sanjana Chopra and Vrinda Gupta.

Achievements:

Team:

Tournament

DEBATING Breaks

ADJUDICATION Breaks

TRIVIUM – VII

Octos – Viraj Gupta, Aditya Kohli, Shreya Sahay

Tushar Behl – Semi Finals, Shohtaj Singh – 5th Best Adj and Finals

GGS Fresher’s 2016

QFs – Abeer Dhingra, AVD, Ayushi Kar and Sahil Rohilla, Ragini Jetly, Nimratt Singh

Tushar Behl, Madhav Aggarwal – 2nd Best Adjudicator

KMC Fresher’s 2016

QFs – Bhavya Bhatia, Avantika Mathur, Sahil Rohilla

Best Adj – Avneet Sinha & Shreya Sahay

ProAm 2016

 

2nd Best Adj – Kamna Mittal, 3rd Best Adj – Anany Jain, 4th Best Adj – Viraj Gupta

IPCW Fresher’s 2016

Winners – Avantika Mathur, Ragini Jetly, Mehar Jauhar and QFs – Bhavya Mehta, Nimratt Singh, Moksha Mathpal

2nd Best Adj – Ashu Gupta, Madhav Aggarwal, Pallavi Mehrotra

IITD Fresher’s 2016

QFs – Bhavya Bhatia, Ayushi Kar, Mehar Jauhar

2nd Best Adj – Kamna Mittal and Ragini Jetly; Anany Jain

NLUD 2016

SFs- Viraj Gupta, Aditya Kohli, Bani Singh; QF – Shohtaj Singh, Avneet Sinha, Rohit Ramanan

Amitvikram Diwan, Moksha Mathpal, Madhav Aggarwal

Gambit 2016

SFs – Avantika Mathur, Ragini Jetly, Mehar Jauhar

2nd Best Adj – Anany Jain; Rohit Ramanan

IPCW 2017

SFs – Viraj Gupta, Aditya Kohli

Nimratt Singh, Bhavya Bhatia

Ashoka IV 2017

 

2nd Best Adj – Mehar Jauhar;  Sahil Rohilla, Shreya Sahay

NLIU Bhopal 2017

SFs – Viraj Gupta, Aditya Kohli, Shreya Sahay; QFs – Shohtaj Singh, Avneet Sinha, Bani Singh

Ayushi Kar, Abeer Dhingra, Sahil Rohilla, Akshay Agarwal

Mukalma 2017

Runners Up – Shohtaj Singh, Aditya Kohli

Rhea Khurana, Sanjana Chopra, Avneet Sinha

Mukarji Memorial Debate 2017

Pre-Quarters – Shohtaj Singh, Rohit Ramanan

4th Best Adj – Anany Jain

IITD 2017

QFs – Viraj Gupta, Aditya Kohli, Anany Jain & Shohtaj Singh, Avneet Sinha, Rohit Ramanan

4th Best Adj – Mehar Jauhar; Ragini Jetly, Nimratt Singh, Sanjana Chopra

Premchand 2017

QFs – Viraj Gupta, Mehar Jauhar & Aditya Kohli, Bani Singh

3rd Best Adj – Bhavya Mehta,

GLC BP 2017

 

5th Best Adj – Shohtaj Singh

Munaazrah 2017

QFs – Viraj Gupta, Aditya Kohli, Shohtaj Singh

Best Adj – Anany Jain; 5th Best Adj – Nimratt Singh

DDUC 2017

Winners – Shohtaj Singh, Aditya Kohli; Runners Up – Viraj Gupta, Anany Jain

Bhavya Mehta

Kremlin 2017

QFs – Shohtaj Singh, Aditya Kohli

2nd Best Adj – Bhavya Bhatia; Akshay Agarwal

LSR 2017

Shohtaj Singh, Viraj Gupta, Aditya Kohli

Rohit Ramanan, Ragini Jetly

Polemic Knockout PD 2017

Runners Up – Shohtaj Singh, Viraj Gupta

2nd Best Adj – Mehar Jauhar; Ayushi Kar

SRDF 2017

 

2nd Best Adj – Bhavya Mehta; Amitvikram Diwan, Ayushi Kar, Sahil Rohilla

Dialectics 2017

QFs – Shohtaj Singh, Aditya Kohli, Avneet Sinha; SFs – Anany Jain (Cross Team)

2nd Best Adj – Bhavya Mehta; Sanjana Chopra

Thadani Invitational Tournament 2017

Seeded 4th – Shohtaj Singh, Aditya Kohli

2nd Best Adj – Mehar Jauhar; Seeded – Bhavya Mehta, Anany Jain

 

 

Individual:

Name

Debating

Adjudication

Abeer Dhingra

QF – GGS Fresher’s 2016

Finals – NLIU Bhopal 2017

Amit Vikram Dewan

QF – GGS Fresher’s 2016

1. Finals Adj – SRDF 2017 2. QF – NLUD 2016

Avantika Mathur

1. Winners – IPCW Fresher’s 2016 2. SF – SRCC Fresher’s 2016 3. QF – KMC Fresher’s 2016

 

Ayushi Kar

1. QF – GGS Fresher’s 2016 2. QF – IITD Fresher’s 2016

1. SF – Ramjas Knockout 2017 2. SF – SRCC 2017

Bhavya Bhatia

1. QF – KMC Fresher’s 2016 2. QF – IITD Fresher’s 2016

1. 2nd Best Adj & Finals – JMC 2017 2. SF – IPCW 2017

Bhavya Mehta

QF – IPCW Fresher’s 2016

1. Invited Adj at Thadani 2017 (Invitational Tournament​) at Hindu 2. 2nd Best Adj & QF – SRCC 2017 3. 2nd Best Adj & SF – Miranda 2017 4. 3rd Best Adj & PreQF – Hindu 2017 5. SF – Motilal Nehru Knockout 2017 6. QF – DDUC 2017

Mehar Jauhar

1. Winners IPCW Fresher’s 2016 2. SF – SRCC Fresher’s 2016 3. QF – IITD Fresher’s 2016 4. QF – Hindu 2017

1. 2nd Best & Finals Adj at Thadani 2017 (Invitational Tournament) at Hindu 2. 2nd Best Adj – Ashoka 2017 3. 2nd Best Adj & SF – Ramjas Knockout 2017 4. 4th Best Adj & SF – IITD 2017

Nimratt Singh

QF – IPCW Fresher’s 2016

1. 5th Best Adj & Finals- KNC 2017 2. Finals – IPCW 2017 3. QF – IITD 2017

Ragini Jetly

1. Winners IPCW Fresher’s 2016 2. SF – SRCC Fresher’s 2016 3. QF – GGS Fresher’s 2016

1. 2nd Best Adj – IITD Fresher’s 2016 2. QF – IITD 2017 3. QF – LSR 2017

Sahil Rohilla

1. QF – GGS Fresher’s 2016 2. QF – KMC Fresher’s 2016

1. Finals Adj – NLIU Bhopal 2017 2. SF – Ashoka 2017 3. SF – SRCC 2017

Anany Jain

1. Runners Up – DDUC 2017 2. SF – Miranda 2017 3. QF – IITD 2017

1. Invited Adj at Thadani 2017 (Invitational Tournament) at Hindu 2. Best Adj & Finals – KNC 2017 3. 2nd Best Adj & SF – SRCC Fresher’s 2016 4. 3rd Best Adj & Finals – ProAm Stephen’s 2016 4. 4th Best Adj & Finals – Stephen’s 2017 5. SF – IITD Fresher’s 2016

Avneet Sinha

1. QF – NLUD 2016 2. QF – NLIU Bhopal 2017 3. QF – IITD 2017 4. QF – Miranda 2017

1. Best Adj – KMC Fresher’s 2016 2. SF – DCAC 2017

Bani Singh

1. SF – NLUD 2016 2. QF – NLIU Bhopal 2017

 

Rohit Ramanan

1. QF – NLUD 2016 2. QF – IITD 2017 3. PreQF – Stephen’s 2017

1. Finals Adj – SRCC Fresher’s 2016 2. SF – LSR 2017

Shreya Sahay

1. SF – NLIU Bhopal 2017 2. Octos – PEC 2016

1. Best Adj – KMC Fresher’s 2016 2. SF – Ashoka 2017

Aditya Kohli

1. Amongst 6 Invited teams at Thadani Invitational Tournament 2017 at Hindu 2. Winners – DDUC 2017 3. Runners Up – DCAC 2017 4. SF – NLUD 2016 5. SF – NLIU Bhopal 2017 6. SF – IPCW 2017 7. QF – JMC 2017 8. QF – LSR 2017 9. QF – KNC 2017 10. QF – Hindu 2017 11. QF – Miranda 2017 12. Octos – PEC 2016

 

Shohtaj Singh

1. Amongst 6 Invited teams at Thadani Invitational Tournament 2017 at Hindu 2. Winners – DDUC 2017 3. Runners Up – DCAC 2017 4. Runners Up – Ramjas Knockout 2017 5. Runners Up – MNC Knockout 2017 6. QF – IITD 2017 7. QF – NLUD 2016 8. QF – LSR 2017 9. QF – KNC 2017 10. QF – JMC 2017 11. PreQF – Stephen’s 2017  12. QF – Miranda 2017

1. 5th Best Adj – GLC Bombay 2017 2. 5th Best Adj – PEC 2016

Viraj Gupta

1. Runners Up – Ramjas Knockout 2017 2. Runners Up – DDUC 2017 3. Runners Up – MNC Knockout 2017 4. SF – NLUD 2017 5. SF – NLIU Bhopal 2017 6. SF – IPCW 2017 7. QF – IITD 2017 8. QF – KNC 2017 9. QF – LSR 2017 10. QF –  Hindu 2017 

4th Best Adj – ProAm 2016

 

ANNEXURE – 16

DHWANI – The Music Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Anjanay Saxena, Bulbul Dhawan, Pallavi Aggarwal and Ria Arora.

Core Committee: Mansimar Singh Bhatia, Abhijith Krishnan, Arjun Gurung, Gurpreet Kaur, J. Manjusha, Soham Bansal, Vabhravi Verma, Yasir Pervez and Aditya Dudi.

Organising Committee: Ananya Roy, Raveesh Nigam, Tanishka Singh, Vishal Mahey, Rachit Arora, Anurag Kundra and Vishal Siddha.

Achievements:

Fest Name

College

Event

Participant’s Name

Position

Pulse 2016

AIIMS

Western Solo Singing

Rachit Arora

3

Pulse 2016

AIIMS

Western Instrumental Solo

Soham Bansal

1

Antaragni 2016

Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur

Western Instrumental Solo

Soham Bansal

2

Mecca 2017

Hindu College

Western Instrumental Solo

Soham Bansal

2

Synapse 2017

Maulana Azad Medical College

Western Instrumental Solo

Soham Bansal

2

Synapse 2017

Maulana Azad Medical College

Western Duet Singing Competition

Bulbul Dhawan

1

Synapse 2017

Maulana Azad Medical College

Western Duet Singing

J. Manjusha

1

DU Unplugged 2017 *

Anhad Music

Indian Solo Singing

Anurag Kundra

2

Ullas 2017

Kamala Nehru College

Western Solo Singing

Ria Arora

3

Rachnotav 2017

Hansraj College

Western Solo Singing

Ria Arora

3

Kairos 2017

National Law University, Dwarka

Western Group Singing

The Western Group

1

 

ANNEXURE – 17

ECOVISION – The Economics Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Abhinav Mahipal, Arshiya Garg, Karan Sharma, Kriti Bansal, Naman Madaan, Nitika Kalra, Sukriti Goel, Tarang Gupta and Samridhi Singhal.

Core Committee: Mahima Rastogi, Prince Robin, Shubham Gupta, Harshit Jain, Mukund Kakkar,

Niharika Nangia, Paridhi Sharma and Pavitra Garg.

Organising Committee: Abhilasha Mittal, Akshita Gupta, Anirudh Gupta, Avantika Mathur, Kajal Gupta, Khushi Tyagi, Lakshay Aggarwal, Madhav Gupta, Manthan Yadav, Nakul Daksh, Dhruv Gupta, Jatin Bansal, Mihir Yadav, Pallavi Mehrotra, Rishabh Madan, Rishabh Mittal and Shivam Mahajan.

 

 

Achievements:

Event Name

College

Type of event

Participant’s Name

Position

Clash of Titans

Ramjas College

Flagship event for winners

Lakshay and Nakul

1

Pitchers

Ramjas College

Marketing/ Pitching

Lakshay and Nakul

1

One up on Thug Street

HRC

Stock Simulation

Rishabh and Shivam

3

HeadHunter

IIM Indore

Human Resource Mgt.

Mahima and Shivam

2

E-Conjecture

IIM Indore

Economics

Abhilasha and Shubham

1

Traders’ Dilemma

SSCBS

Finance

Abhilasha and Akshita

3

HeadHunter

IIM Indore

Human Resource Mgt.

Mukund and Niharika

1

AceTheCase

SRCC

Finance case study

Niharika and Pavitra

2

Finopoly

IIM Indore

Mock Stock

Paridhi and Anirudh

2

Mercado

St. Stephens

Case study and Guesstimate

Mukund and Khushi

1

 

ANNEXURE – 18

ENACTUS – Enterpreneurial Action Us (SSCBS)

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Aniruddh Gupta, Gayatri Mann, Harsh Garg, Manvika Athwani, Naman Bansal, Nikhil Garg, Nikhil Kapoor, Nishtha Noonwal, Raghav Batra, Raghav Mahajan, Shaurya Sadana, Sunidhi Sebait, Utkarsh Makkar and Vatsal Dhaka.

Core Committee: Abhishek Vasu Chaudhary, Additya Sharma, Akshat Aggarwal, Ambika, Anuj Rana, Arpita Verma, Drishti Basi, Garima Goel, Harshin Bhambhani, Keshav Nanda, Piyush Khatri, Prarthna Mittal, Pulkita Sharma, Ria Dokania, Rohan Verma, Sahil Gupta, Suryansh Agarwal, Vani Kapoor and Vasu Tyagi.

Organising Committee: Aayush Gupta, Aayushi Mathur, Abeer Dhingra, Abhishek Negi, Advik Aggarwal, Akshita Gupta, Ankita Singh, Apoorva Dua, Arunimaa, Bhavya Bhatia, Bhavya Khanduja, Chayan Chopra, Daksh Arora, Hardik Budhiraja, Harshita Saxena, Kanika Rustogi, Karan Chaudhary, Kausthubh Bhaskar, Lakshita Belani, Manan Narang, Muskan Bhatla, Nidhi Baid, Oshank Jain, Purvi Gupta, Roopak Kapoor, Vasu Agarwal and Vrinda Gupta.

Awards and Achievements:

1

Winner at Enactus India National Competition 2017

2

Blue Dart Grant 2017

3

Recipient of CSR Funding from RedFM

4

Winners BITS Pilani – LEAP Youth Conference 2017

5

Winners FMS- Responsible Entrepreneur 2017

6

Winners IIT BOMBAY – Abhyuday: A-Plan 2017

7

Winners Ramanujan College, DU- B plan 2017

8

DU Cluster innovation center social B-plan 2017

9

2nd Position at Enactus World Cup 2016

10

Best Poster – Delhi University Innovation Project

11

Winner at Enactus India National Competition 2016

12

Social Entrepreneurship Summit, 2016

13

Delhi University Innovation Grant 2015

14

HSBC India Business Case Competition 2016

15

IIT Kanpur-Social Challenge 2015

16

KPMG Business Ethics Grant 2015-16

17

Walmart Economic Development Grant, 2015-16

18

Unilever Grant, 2015-16

 

Media Coverage:

CNBC TV18

Navbharat Times

The Hindu

Doordarshan National

NDTV

The Times Of India

DU Beat

News 24

Wion News

DU Express

Rural Marketing Magazine

Yahoo News

Enactus Global

Sanitation Updates

YourStory

India Today

The Asian Age

Zee Business

Let’s Endorse

The Better India

 

Government of NCT of Delhi – Featured with Dy. CM Manish Sisodia

 

Partnerships:

Anubhuti, the Street Play Society of Janki Devi Memorial College, Delhi University

Max Healthcare

Computer Shiksha

Ministry of Urban Development, Govt. of India

DCB Bank

NRLM

Delhi Street Art

Patanjali

Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board

Pearl Academy

Dustbusterz

Reaching Sky Foundation

Escorts

Reboot

Fankar Foundation

Reckitt Benckiser

Gian Sons

Red FM

Govt. Sarvodaya Bal Vidyalaya

Rural Organisation for Social Empowerment (ROSE)

HaqDarshak

Samagra

Kakshaa

Sampoorna Swachhta Sankalp –  Andhra  Pradesh

Kalakriti, the Art Society of Hansraj College, Delhi University

Tejas Asia

Maniera, the Art Society of Keshav Mahavidyalaya, Delhi University

Uday Foundation

 

ANNEXURE – 19

FinX – The Finance Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Anant Gupta, Jatin Tuteja, Nishant Sharma, Manav Khanna, Pranav Aggarwal and Vidit Jain.

Core Committee: Aarush Jain, Akhil Mangla, Aru Mangla, Ayush Ritolia, Pankhuri Gupta, Prateek Arora, Saksham Dewan and Sarthak Goswami.

Organising Committee: Aayush Gupta, Aayushi Garg, Aditya Mathur, Chetna Nathani, Karan Jain, Mayank Khokhra, Neha Jain, Nishant Goyal, Piyush Aggarwal, Rahul Maheshwari, Rishabh Bhatia, Saaransh Gupta, Sanchit Sharma, Sarthak Agrawal, Shivas Kapoor, Shrey Soni and Tanmay Jain.

Achievements:

S. No.

Event

College

Type of Event

Position

Participants

1

Inceptum

Hansraj

Fest

Best Contingent

2

Cascade

Gargi

Fest

Best Contingent

3

Tryst

IIT Delhi

Biz Case Competition

1

Aayush Gupta

4

Dicentium

Ramjas

Case Study Competition

1

Aayush Gupta

5

Delhi University Innovation Project

Green GDP Case Challenge

1

Aayush Gupta

6

Jagriti

IMI Delhi

Samadhan Social Strategy Challenge

1

Aayush Gupta

7

 

NMIMS

Perspicaz Article Writing

1

Aayush Gupta

8

Ecophoria

Janaki Devi Memorial College

Presenting the Papyrus (Research Paper)

1

Aayush Gupta

9

 

SGGSCC

Blind Date with Words

1

Aayush Gupta

10

 

SGGSCC

Chase the Case (Case Study)

1

Aayush, Sanchit

11

 

Hansraj

Pictonomics

2

Aayush

12

 

Hindu

Decrypt (Case Study)

2

Aayush, Saksham

13

Atharva

IIM Indore

Econjecture

2

Aayush, Aarush

14

 

DU Photographers’ Club

Quilled It

2

Aayush

15

 

Hansraj

Stock Guru

2

Aayush

16

Das Capital

St. Stephen’s

Super Dalal

1

Shrey

17

Das Capital

St. Stephen’s

5 Rounds

2

Shrey

18

Ellumiere

SSCBS

sawah 9

3

Shrey

19

Consilium

NSIT

Cartel Wars

2

Nishant

20

E-Summit NSIT

NSIT

Startup Wars

2

Nishant

21

Consilium

NSIT

Spectrum

1

Sarthak Goswami

22

Case Club League

St Stephen’s

 

2

Sarthak Aggarwal

23

Breaking Brands

Hansraj

 

Best Fresher’s Team

Sanchit and Sarthak Aggarwal

24

vaayu

NMIMS

Bulls and bears

1

Sarthak Aggarwal

25

Inceptum

Hansraj

Dope Economy

1

Sanchit (Best Manufacturer), Piyush and Aditya won Best Team. Sarthak Aggarwal won Best Supplier

26

 

Hindu

Fin-Narcos

1

Sarthak, Saaransh

27

Mulya

KMC

Financial Wars

2

Prateek, Sarthak Goswami, Anant

28

Das Capital

St Stephens

Investrix

3

Shivas

29

Bullzire

SRCC

Stalk the Stock

3

Shivas

30

 

Hansraj

Bidwiser

1

Shivas

31

Atharv

IIM Indore

Game of Shadows

3

Shivas

32

Atharv

IIM Indore

Avant Garde

3

Aarush, Prateek, Shivas, Nishant

33

 

SGND Khalsa

Arthashastra

2

Shivas

34

 

SGND Khalsa

Radvertising

2

Shivas

35

Atharv

IIM Indore

Imperium – Strategic Case Study

2

Sarthak Goswami, Akhil, Aarush, Ayush, Saksham

36

Atharv

IIM Indore

Pragnya – Biz Quiz

2

Saksham, Sanchit

37

Atharv

IIM Indore

Vendition Venditta

3

Saksham, Sarthak Goswami, Prateek, Pankhuri, Aarush

38

Decrypt

Hindu-SRCC

Case Study Competition

2

Saksham

39

Incendo

CVS

The Magnus – Biz Quiz

3

Saksham

40

Das Capital

St. Stephen’s

Finatic – Biz Quiz

3

Saksham

41

Adhimulya

Kirori Mal

BizzFizz – Biz Quiz

3

Saksham

42

Promethius

St. Stephen’s

Eco Biz Quiz

1

Saksham

43

iFest

IILM

Business Quiz

2

Saksham

44

Qfiesta

JDMC

Eco Biz Quiz

3

Saksham

45

EMonexus

SGGSCC

Cric-O-Buzz – Auction

3

Saksham

46

 

SRCC

Minductor

2

Sanchit, Saaransh

47

Vaayu

NMIMS

Bulls and Bears

1

Piyush

48

 

MAC

Whatstock

1

Piyush

49

Elumiere

SSCBS

Skyjacked

3

Piyush

50

 

St. Stephen’s

Utilite

1

Piyush, Sanchit

51

 

St. Stephen’s

Super Dalal

1

Piyush, Sanchit

52

 

Hindu

Fin-Narcos

1

Piyush, Sanchit

53

 

DTU

Mock Stock

1

Piyush, Sanchit

54

 

Ramanujan

Manager’s Maze

1

Piyush, Sanchit

55

Cascade

Gargi

Mock Stock

2

Piyush, Sanchit

56

Atharv

IIM I

Finopoly

1

Piyush, Sanchit

57

Atharv

IIM I

Imperium- Case study

2

Ayush Ritolia

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANNEXURE – 20

FOURTH WALL – The Dramatics Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Harjas Singh, Divyam Aggarwal, Anant Gupta, Puneet Mahajan, Ayush Sudhir Krishnatreya, Saumya Rao and Harsh Gupta.

Core Committee: Nishant Bhati, Nikhil Anand, Akshay Raheja, Abhishek Arora, Vrinda Agarwal, Tavishi Aggarwal, Rohan Modi, Jasneet Kaur, Shreya Bansal, Srija Yadav, Shubhangi Bhatia and Charu Gupta.

Organising Committee: Aayushi Gupta, Aditya Mohan, Chayan Chopra, Daksh Gupta, Deesha Prakash, Dhruv Khurana, Divyank Tyagi, Eesh Verma, Kajal Verma, Kannan Yadav, Kritika Bhati, Lavleen Saini, Manan Narang, Nidhi Baid, Nikita Basumatary, Nikita Gambhir, Pranshu Saini, Rohan Puri, Sakshi Bhola, Sarthak Saini, Sarthak Sharma, Shreya Vaid, Shubhangi Prakash, Somya Kaur Rehan, Vaasu Sehgal and Vishesh Garg.

Achievements:

Best Play at “Medina- Theatre Festival Hindu College”

1st Position at Birla Institute of Management and Technology

2nd Position at Munjal University

2nd Position at MAIT

Best Production at “Inter Rajpal One Act Play at St. Stephen’s College”

Best Design at “Pratyaksh- Theatre Festival of Khalsa College”

Best Actor- Vaasu Sehgal at St. Stephens, KNC and Hindu College

Competitive performances (Finalists): O.P. Jindal, Stephen’s, Kamala Nehru College, Miranda House, SGTB Khalsa, Satyavati College, Maharaja Agrasaen Institute of Technology, Ashoka University, Hindu College and BITS Pilani

Non-competitive Collegiate Events (Finalists): Indraprastha College for Women and Dyal Singh

 

ANNEXURE – 21

GRANDEUR – The Consulting and Knowledge Cell

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Anuraag Gupta, Divya Bhalla, Keerti Gogna, Priyanka Banthia, Samarth Wahi, Sarthak Kalra and Yagyaa Goyal.

Core Committee: Antra Verma, Bhavika Sapra, Devika Walia, Sakshi Verma, Shivam Nagpal, Shivani Panwar, Shreya Chawla, Shreyaa Kapoor and Soham Bansal.

Organising Committee: Abhinav PSS, Abhishek Verma, Ashish Malhotra, Bharat Daga, Ishant Bansal, Neha Jain, Nishant Goyal, Raghav Luthra, Rajat Garg, Sahil Puri, Shivam Bhardwaj and Yugal Gupta.

Achievements:

Name

Position

Competition

Description

College Name

Antra Verma

First

Excelsior

HR and PR

SSCBS

Antra Verma

First

Innovare

Marketing Case Study

 

Shreya Chawla

First

Economics Research Paper Presentation

Economics Fest

Sri Venkateshwara College

Shreya Chawla

Second

Case Study Competition

 

Miranda House

Shreya Chawla

Second

Case Study Competition

 

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College

Shreya Chawla

Second

Eco Mediathon

Economics Fest

St Stephen’s college

Nishant Goyal

Second

Startup Wars

E-Cell Fest

NSIT

Nishant Goyal

Second

Cartel Wars

FIC Fest

NSIT

Yugal Gupta

First

Vortag Paper Presentation

 

LSR

Yugal Gupta

Second

NSIT Case Study Challenge

 

NSIT

Soham Bansal

Second

Case Study Competition

 

Miranda House

Shivam Nagpal

Third

Best Consultant

Bizkrieg Mgmt. fest

College of Vocational Studies

Rajat Garg

First

NoteDown

Elumiere

SSCBS

Rajat Garg

Second

The undisclosed

Finwiz

SSCBS

Sahil Puri

First

Collectivo – HR talk

 

Hansraj College

Sahil Puri

third

Mark It

 

Hansraj College

Sahil Puri

First

Inkheart

Aurora

DDUC

Sahil Puri

Second

Chase the case

 

SGGSCC

Sahil Puri

third

eco mediathon

Eco-fest

St Stephens

Sahil Puri

First

Empires

Confluence

MIC- SSCBS

Sahil Puri

First

Mogul Magnate

FinWiz

Finx-SSCBS

Sahil Puri

Third

Consultimate

FinWiz

Finx- SSCBS

Sahil Puri

Second

Start Up wars

 

NSIT

Sahil Puri

first

the marketing quiz

cultural fest

JMC

Sahil Puri

First

Radvertising

 

SGND Khalsa

Sahil Puri

First

The Great Collaborators

 

SGND Khalsa

Ishant Bansal

Second

Empires

Confluence

MIC- SSCBS

Ishant Bansal

Third

Ad-O-Holic

Vanaj

SGND Khalsa

Bharat Daga

First

Collectivo

Corporate Talk Show

Hansraj College

Bharat Daga

First

Ad-O-Holic

Vanaj

SGND Khalsa

Bharat Daga

First

Empires

Confluence

MIC- SSCBS

Bharat Daga

Second

The Lal Street

Business Strategy

SGND Khalsa

Bharat Daga

Second

Chase the case

Case Study Competition

FINX-SSCBS

Bharat Daga

Third

Mark It

 

Hansraj College

Bharat Daga

Third

Consultimate

Case Study Competition

FINX-SSCBS

 

ANNEXURE – 22

ILLUMINATI – The Quiz Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Ravtej Singh, Tanvi Binani, Harsh Vardhan Singh and Ishan Gupta.

Core Committee: Mukund Kakkar, Saksham Dewan, Harneet Singh, Saarthak Monga, Naman Dhanuka, Mahima Bhateja, Ishaan Jain, Avnish Khurana and Vandit Kumar.

Organising Committee: Yash Soni, Akshit Goel, Vineet Narang, Shivas Kapoor, Sanchit Sharma, Tanmay Nerchehal, Yatin Singh and Rashi Gupta.

Achievements:

S No

Name

Event Name

Event Category

Event Institution

Position

Prize money

Type of award won

1

Ravtej Singh

 

LIC Diamond Jubilee Quiz

Zee News

1st (National winner)

5,00,000

Certificate +Trophy

2

Ravtej Singh

 

General Quiz

LIC (City Round)

1st

40000

Trophy

3

Saksham Dewan

Ecquizzite

Eco Biz Quiz

St. Stephens

1st

2000

Certificate

4

Yash Soni

Melange’17

Couch Potato Quiz

Deen Dayal Upadhyaya

1st

2500

Certificate

5

Ravtej Singh

 

Political Science Quiz

LSR

1st

3000

Certificate

6

Ravtej Singh

 

Biz Quiz

LSR

1st

6000

Certificate

7

Harsh Vardhan Singh

 

Biz Quiz

LSR

1st

6000

Certificate

8

Ravtej Singh

Finatic

Biz Quiz

St. Stephens

1st

4000

Certificate

9

Harsh Vardhan Singh

Finatic

Biz Quiz

St. Stephens

1st

4000

Certificate

10

Ravtej Singh

Green Matter

General Quiz

St. Stephens

1st

1500

Certificate

11

Ravtej Singh

Finquizzitive

Business Quiz

Finex, SSCBS

1st

6000

Certificate

12

Ravtej Singh

Business Conclace

Biz Quiz

SRCC

1st

14000

Certificate

13

Ravtej Singh

Enigma

General Quiz

Hindu

1st

4000

Certificate

14

Ravtej Singh

 

Biz Quiz

Hans Raj College

1st

4000

Certificate

15

Harsh Vardhan Singh

 

Biz Quiz

Hans Raj College

1st

4000

Certificate

16

Sahil Puri

 

Marketing quiz

JMC

1st

5000

Certificate

17

Saarthak Monga

 

TV show quiz

SRCC

1st

1000

Certificate

18

Yatin Singh

 

TV show quiz

SRCC

1st

1000

Certificate

19

Ishaan Jain

 

Delhi Quiz

Gargi College

1st

1500

Certificate

20

Akshit Goel

 

Sports Quiz

DCAC

1st

1000

Certificate

21

Ravtej Singh

NSIT Quiz Fest

General Quiz

NSIT

1st

5000

Certificate

22

Ravtej Singh

 

General Quiz

SGGSCC

2nd

3000

Certificate

23

Saksham Dewan

Pragnya

Biz Quiz

IIM Indore

2nd

8000

Certificate

24

Ishaan Jain

Sultan-e-Dilli

Delhi Quiz

Dept. of Anthro, DU

2nd

1200

Certificate

25

Ishaan Jain

 

India Quiz

Dayal Singh College

2nd

1600

Certificate

26

Sanchit Sharma

Pragnya

Biz Quiz

IIM Indore

2nd

8000

Certificate

27

Yash Soni

 

Couch Potato Quiz

Motilal Nehru College

2nd

3000

Certificate

28

Akshit Goel

 

Eco quiz

CVS

2nd

 

Certificate

29

Akshit Goel

Pareto

Bolly Quiz

KMC

2nd

 

 

30

Ravtej Singh

Rendevouz

Biz Quiz

IIT Delhi

2nd

3000

Certificate

31

Ravtej Singh

 

Sports Quiz

Dyal Singh

2nd

 

Certificate

32

Ravtej Singh

 

General Quiz

Dyal Singh

2nd

1500

Certificate

33

Ravtej Singh

Arcania

General Quiz

ISBF

2nd

3000

Certificate

34

Ravtej Singh

 

Biz Quiz

KNC

2nd

5000

Certificate

35

Saksham Dewan

 

Biz Quiz

IILM, Lodhi Road

2nd

5000

Certificate

36

Ravtej Singh

 

Business Quiz

Shaheed Bhagat Singh

2nd

3000

Certificate

37

Ravtej Singh

 

General Quiz

Ramjas

2nd

3000

Certificate

38

Ravtej Singh

 

Philosophy Quiz

LSR

2nd

1000

Certificate

39

Saksham Dewan

Qfiesta

Eco Quiz

JDMC

3rd

40

Harneet Singh

Qfiesta

Eco Quiz

JDMC

3rd

41

Sanchit Sharma

Prometheus

Biz Quiz

St. Stephens

3rd

 

 

42

Sanchit Sharma

Mind Mumble

General Quiz

DTU

3rd

 

 

43

Yash Soni

Zenith’17

Battle of Hog-warts

Miranda House

3rd

1500

Certificate

44

Ravtej Singh

 

History Quiz

LSR

3rd

1000

Certificate

45

Ravtej Singh

Cognos-centia

General Quiz

IIFT

3rd

 

Certificate

46

Harsh Vardhan Singh

Cognos-centia

General Quiz

IIFT

3rd

 

Certificate

47

Ravtej Singh

Blisspoint

General Quiz

Sri Venkateshwara

3rd

 

Certificate

48

Ravtej Singh

Tarang

General Quiz

LSR

3rd

4000

Certificate

49

Yash Soni

BizzFizz

Sit Com quiz

Ramanujan College

3rd

2000

Certificate

50

Saksham Dewan

The Magnus

Biz Quiz

CVS

3rd

 

Certificate

51

Ishaan Jain

Mecca-Cultural Fest

Delhi Quiz

Hindu College

3rd

 

Certificate

52

Harsh Vardhan Singh

NSIT Quiz Fest

MELA Quiz

NSIT

3rd

1500

Certificate

53

Ravtej Singh

NSIT Quiz Fest

Sports Quiz

NSIT

3rd

2000

Certificate

54

Ravtej Singh

Quizotic

SciBiz Tech Quiz

St. Stephens

3rd

1000

Certificate

55

Ravtej Singh

Quizotic

General Quiz

St. Stephens

3rd

1000

Certificate

56

Ravtej Singh

 

Biz Quiz

JMC

3rd

5000

Certificate

57

Harsh Vardhan Singh

 

Biz Quiz

JMC

3rd

5000

Certificate

58

Ravtej Singh

 

India Quiz

LSR

3rd

2500

Certificate

59

Ravtej Singh

 

General Quiz

AIIMS

3rd

1000

Certificate

60

Harsh Vardhan Singh

 

General Quiz

AIIMS

3rd

1000

Certificate

61

Ishaan Jain

 

Business Quiz

LSR

4th

 

Certificate

62

Ishaan Jain

Mood Indigo

Sci-Tech Quiz

IIT Bombay

4th

 

Certificate

63

Ravtej Singh

 

Food and drink Quiz

AUD

4th

Certificate

64

Ravtej Singh

Rendevouz

General Quiz

IIT Delhi

4th

 

Certificate

65

Ravtej Singh

Vikram Sarabhai Quiz

General Quiz

BVPCOE

4th

 

Certificate

66

Harsh Vardhan Singh

Vikram Sarabhai Quiz

General Quiz

BVPCOE

4th

 

Certificate

67

Ravtej Singh

 

Lit. Quiz

Dyal Singh

4th

 

Certificate

68

Ravtej Singh

Quizfest

General Quiz

Sri Venkateshwara

4th

 

Certificate

69

Ravtej Singh

Tarang

Pop Culture Quiz

LSR

4th

 

Certificate

70

Ravtej Singh

Cannot Place

General Quiz

Kutub Quizzers

4th

 

Certificate

71

Ravtej Singh

Protmusis

Politics Quiz

IPCW

4th

 

Certificate

72

Ravtej Singh

Curiosis

General Quiz

JMC

4th

 

Certificate

73

Ravtej Singh

Reverie

General Quiz

Gargi College

4th

 

Certificate

74

Ravtej Singh

 

Biz Quiz

Dyal Singh

4th

 

Certificate

75

Harsh Vardhan Singh

 

Biz Quiz

Dyal Singh

4th

 

Certificate

76

Saksham Dewan

Finatic

Biz Quiz

St. Stephens

4th

 

 

77

Saksham Dewan

Quizonomy

Biz Quiz

SGTB Khalsa

4th

 

 

78

Akshit Goel

Conqurso

Sports quiz

Hansraj College

4th

 

Certificate

79

Akshit Goel

 

Sports quiz

VIPS

4th

 

Certificate

80

Akshit Goel

Quiz fest

Sports quiz

Deshbandhu college

4th

 

 

81

Ishaan Jain

 

Bolly-wood Quiz

SRCC

4th

 

Certificate

82

Ishaan Jain

 

Pro-Wrest-ling Quiz

St. Stephens

4th

 

Certificate

83

Ishaan Jain

Quizotic

India Quiz

St. Stephens

4th

 

Certificate

84

Ishaan Jain

Mecca-Cultural Fest

Biz Quiz

Hindu College

4th

 

Certificate

85

Ravtej Singh

NLUD Fest

General Quiz

NLUD

4th

 

Certificate

86

Harsh Vardhan Singh

NLUD Fest

General Quiz

NLUD

4th

 

Certificate

87

Saksham Dewan

Qfiesta

Business Quiz

Gargi College

4th

 

Certificate

88

Ravtej Singh

 

General Quiz

Lady Hardinge Medical College

4th

Certificate

89

Harsh Vardhan Singh

 

General Quiz

Lady Hardinge Medical College

4th

Certificate

90

Ravtej Singh

Prometheus

Biz Quiz

St. Stephens

5th

 

Certificate

91

Harsh Vardhan Singh

Prometheus

Biz Quiz

St. Stephens

5th

 

Certificate

92

Ravtej Singh

Math fest

General Quiz

Sri Venkateshwara

5th

 

Certificate

93

Ravtej Singh

 

Biz Quiz

Ambedkar College

5th

 

Certificate

94

Akshit Goel

Quiz fest

Sports quiz

NSIT

5th

 

Certificate

95

Ravtej Singh

 

Business Quiz

Miranda House

5th

 

Certificate

96

Ravtej Singh

Tarang

India Quiz

LSR

5th

 

Certificate

97

Ravtej Singh

 

Biz Quiz

DDUC

6th

 

Certificate

98

Harsh Vardhan Singh

 

Biz Quiz

DDUC

6th

 

Certificate

99

Ravtej Singh

Quizotic

India Quiz

St. Stephens

6th

 

Certificate

100

Saksham Dewan

 

General Quiz

Gargi College

6th

 

ANNEXURE – 23

KARTAVYA – The Social Service Society (NSS unit of SSCBS)

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Aaryav Anand, Chitra Yadav, Kanika Bhudiraja, Khyati, Pragati Gupta, Neetika Rao, Rajeev Gupta, Ridhi Dhawan, Rishab Malhotra, Shubhangi Kumar, Siddharth Singh and Sparsh Soni.

Core Committee: Ashish Kapoor, Bhavya Sharma, Daksh Lohmod, Deepti Chauhan, Ishant Gupta, Kritika Yadav, Lavanya Raj, Prachi Charurasia, Rajat Goel, Shivam Dubey, Smriti Rijhwani, Sudhanshu Agarwal and Vidit Jain.

 

ANNEXURE – 24

KRITI – The Fine Arts Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Amitesh Shubham, Khyati Garg, Damini Rustagi, Gunjan Gupta, Kriti Shreshtha, Arjun Malhotra and Siddhant Pandey.

Core Committee: Rajiv Gupta, Mahima Batheja, Megha Arya, Manish Kumar, Megha Sah, Neetika Rao and Ajay Kumar.

Organising Committee: Mohini Bindal, Twisha Singh, Arunimaa Singh, Arjun Tyagi and Snigdha Verma.

Achievements:

First position – Kriti and Amitesh, Mascot making competition  (Dyal Singh College)

First position – Khyati and Kriti, Print ad making competition (Dyal Singh College)

First position – Siddhant, The Haiku Challenge (Alla Prima)

Second Position -Arunimaa, Instadraw (Alla Prima)

Second position – Rajiv, Tattoo making (Dyal Singh College​)

 

ANNEXURE – 25

KRONOS – The IT Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Harsh Vardhan Singh, Aarush, Himanshu Tomar, Dhawal, Puneet, Harshit, Deepak, Aditya, Tanmay, Kaustabh and Aseem.

Core Committee: Jatin, Harshit Gaur, Hardik Jain, Akansha, Rohan, Nikhil Kumar, Ujjawal Jain and Varun Kumar Singh.

Organising Committee: Anmol Wassan, Hemant Gaur and Devansh Sharma.

Achievements:

Anmol Wassan won 1st prize in Web Designing at WebTylez and Cynosure’17 at Blitzkreig’17 and Cynosure’17 event organised by Keshav Mahavidyalaya and Hansraj College, University of Delhi.

 

ANNEXURE – 26

LAWRENCE – The Law Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Sanat Kumar Sahu, Abdullah Bin Asad, Saachi Rawat, Soumya Arora, Bhoomika Panwar, Astha Rattan and Surbhi Lal.

Core Committee: Aaryav Anand, Uttkarsh Poddar, Rohit, Shashwat, Ishpreet Kaur and Kritika Nigam.

Organising Committee: Niharika Kumar, Srishti Jain, Jahanvi, Samriddhi Sachdeva, Siddharth Jain, Himani Jindal, Prachi Chaurasia, Swati Chaudhary, Tanmay Chauhan and Abhishek Verma.

 

 

ANNEXURE – 27

LitSoc – The Literary Society

Student Members:

Aayush Gupta, Aditi Sharma, Akshat Saxena, Akshita Gupta, Alankrita Mittra, Alice Austin Barwa, Anusha Sinha, Avantika Mathur, Bani Singh, Ishita Sarkar, Meghna Krishna, Moksha Mathpal, Neha Jain, Niharika Kumar, Riya Aggarwal, Shetab Kumar, Shreya Bansal, Shreyaa Kapoor, Udit Miglani and Vaibhav Sunny Gupta.

 

ANNEXURE – 28

MIC – The Management Interaction Cell

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Aankhi Anwesha, Pranav Arora, Bhavika Sapra, Kritika Nigam, Unnatpreet Kaur, Karan Mehtani, Naitik Aggarwal, Ayushi Jain, Kajal Yadav, Daisy Ahuja and Shivangi Sabharwal.

Core Committee: Rohan Goel, Darpan Jain, Akshay Agarwal, Vatsal Sapra, Vidit Jain, Shubhangi Prakash and Harshit Virmani.

 

ANNEXURE – 29

Mark-It – The Marketing Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Khushbu Anand, Shikhar Lohia, Tarun Siddharth, Udhav Khanna and Neelesh Kumar.

Core Committee: Aashi Batra, Abhijit Krishnan, Antara Rabha, Arushi Sharma, Bhavyaa Kukreti, Harshit Gupta, Vandit Kumar and Tanya Patel.

Organising Committee: Anmol Arora, Anushi Jay, Divyank Tyagi, Daksh Gupta, Devanshu Dhawan, Rohan Puri, Vishesh Garg, Dhruv Gupta, Muskan Bhatla, Aayushi Gupta, Khushi Tyagi, Kajal Gupta, Khushi Tyagi, Kritika Bhati, Nakhul Daksh, Parth Verma, Shrey Soni, Sarathak Aggarwal, Piyush Aggarwal, Saaransh Gupta, Raveesh Nigam and Shivam Bhardwaj.

 

ANNEXURE – 30

PARISHRAM – The Sports Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Falak Kathuria, Neelesh Diwakar, Akshita Aggarwal, Keshav Keshan, Vineet Kumar, Alvin Lakra, Piyush Choudhary, Nishtha Arora and Neha Yadav.

Core Committee: Ishan Garg, Abhishek Tomar, Chitra Yadav, Amarjeet Singh, Anuj Ghera, Aditya Mehta and Kartik Singh.

Organising Committee: Aamir, Abhinav Bajaj, Abhinav Bindra, Abhishek Negi, Aman Dhaiya, Ankit Kumar, Anubhav, Anushil Jay, Asif Ali, Eric Borgoyari, Harsh, Hemant Gaur, Kham, Kunal Bharti, Muhammad Husaifa, Parth, Shubham Mehra and Vaibhav Gupta.

 

 

List of Sportsperson of the Year awardees and Adrenaline 2017 Winners:

Type

Event / Category

Winner(s)

Position

 

 

 

 

Sportsperson

of the Year

Male

Advitya

Female

Kajal Yadav

 

 

 

 

Badminton

Men Singles

Samarth

1st

 

 

Piyush

2nd

 

Women Singles

Karishma

1st

 

 

Disha Garg

2nd

 

Doubles

Parth and Piyush

1st

 

 

Karan and Viren

2nd

Squash

Singles

Advitya

1st

 

 

Pulkit

2nd

Backyard

2016

Karan

1st

 

 

Saksham

1st

 

 

Keshav Nanda

1st

 

 

Gaurashish

1st

 

 

Prateek Negi

1st

 

 

Adivitya

2nd

 

 

Yogesh

2nd

 

 

Anuj Rana

2nd

 

 

Rishabh

2nd

 

 

Rohan Modi

2nd

CCL

2017

Himanshu Tomar

1st

 

 

Faizal

1st

 

 

Karan CH

1st

 

 

Anuj Rana

1st

 

 

Akash

1st

 

 

Advitya

1st

 

 

Prashant

1st

 

 

Piyush

2nd

 

 

Lakshay Gogia

2nd

 

 

Himanshu Mehta

2nd

 

 

Pulkit

2nd

 

 

Nikhil Gulati

2nd

 

 

Shubham Singh

2nd

 

 

Vaibhav Sharma

2nd

 

 

Alam

2nd

Adrenaline

2017

 

 

Table Tennis

Mens Singles

Lakshay

1st

 

 

Pulkit

2nd

 

 

Manik

3rd

 

Womens Singles

Akansha Gupta

1st

 

 

Akshita Aggarwal

2nd

 

 

Charulata Das

3rd

 

Doubles

Lakshay and Vidit

1st

 

 

Manik and Abhishek

2nd

 

 

Himanshu and Karan

3rd

 

Chess

Kaustabh

1st

 

 

Saksham Dewan

2nd

 

Football

Karan

1st

 

 

Saksham

1st

 

 

Keshav

1st

 

 

Shekhar

1st

 

 

Yogesh

1st

 

 

Shubham

2nd

 

 

Eric

2nd

 

 

Kham

2nd

 

 

Negi

2nd

 

 

Daksh

2nd

100m

Men

Vineet Kumar

1st

 

 

Ashish

2nd

 

 

Abhishek Yadav

3rd

 

Women

Srija Yadav

1st

 

 

Chitra Yadav

2nd

 

 

Akshita Aggarwal

3rd

200m

Men

Vineet Kumar

1st

 

 

Akash Verma

2nd

 

 

Aditya Mehta

3rd

400m

Men

Vineet Kumar

1st

 

 

Akash Verma

2nd

 

 

Ankit Pal

3rd

800m

Men

Vineet Kumar

1st

 

 

Advitya

2nd

 

 

Shubam Kamboj

3rd

Volleyball

Teams

Jeetu Galav

1st

 

 

Mohit

1st

 

 

Safal Duhan

1st

 

 

Shivam Choudhary

1st

 

 

Himanshu Tomar

2nd

 

 

Karan Chauhan

2nd

 

 

Safal Khan

2nd

 

 

Amaan Khan

2nd

Shotput

Men

Anushil Jay

1st

 

 

Aditya Mehta

2nd

 

 

Bhavnesh

3rd

 

Women

Kajal Yadav

1st

 

 

Khyati

2nd

 

 

Priya

3rd

Kabaddi

Teams

Anuj Rana

1st

 

 

Himanshu Tomar

1st

 

 

Safal

1st

 

 

Anshul

1st

 

 

Akash

1st

 

 

Harsh

2nd

 

 

Amir

2nd

 

 

Falak

2nd

 

 

Abhishek Tomar

2nd

 

 

Atul

2nd

 

 

Anubhav

2nd

 

ANNEXURE – 31

SYNERGY – The Corporate Events Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Adamya Sharma, Ankita Sethi, Anuraag Gupta, Divya Chopra, Lakshaya Soin, Mitushi Garg, Pragya Ojha, Rhea Khurana, Samarth Wah and Vedika Gulati.

Core Committee: Anish Arora, Disha Garg, Rashi Gupta, Rishabh Malhotra, Rohan Modi, Shivam Nagpal, Sukrithi Sood, Yashasvi Handa and Yatin Goel.

Organising Committee: Aditi Sharma, Deepanshu Puri, Devyani Madan, Ishaan Arora, Karan Jain, Muskan Joon, Prabhat Agrawal, Rajat Goel, Riya Aggarwal and Snigdha Verma.

Achievements:

Individual:

Event Name

College

Participants

Position

Finergy, 2016

SRCC

Anish Arora

1

Call of the Entrepreneur

Hansraj College

Anish Arora

2

Cric-o-buzz

SGGSS

Anish Arora

2

EY Business Conclave

SRCC

Anish Arora

Finalist

Best Consultant

CVS

Shivam Nagpal

3

Fincricket

St. Stephens

Rajat Goel and Prabhat Agrawal

3

At IIT Roorkee’s Annual Fest ‘Cognizance 2017’:

Event

Participants

Position

Finanza

Riya Aggarwal, Yashasvi Handa.

1

Investor’s Hat

Yatin Goel, Sukrithi Sood, Muskan Joon.

1

Investor’s Hat

Prabhat Agrawal, Devyani Madan, Deepanshu Puri.

1

Hush Hush

Sukrithi Sood, Rajat Goel, Disha Garg, Shivam Nagpal.

1

Let’s Advertise

Sukrithi Sood, Shivam Nagpal.

2

Corpostrat

Riya Aggarwal, Rajat Goel, Yatin Goel.

2

 

ANNEXURE – 32

VERVE – The Street Play Society

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Nandini Jaiswal, Tannya Garg, Aishwarya Grover, Chhavi Uboweja, Ishvam Shoor, Ritvec Gupta, Srishti Jain and Tushar Gambhir.

Core Committee: Chirag Gupta, Himanshu Choudhary, Himanshu Yadav, Jasmine Dhingra, Jayesh Bhargava, Nitya Shukla and Shivik Chaudhary.

Organising Committee: Ankit Maurya, Anmol Arora, Gurashish Singh, Hardik Budhiraja, Hrishabh Prakash, Jaspal Singh, Kalyani Saini, Karan Chaudhary, Kushagra Chandwal, Love, Mansi Bhaskar, Prateek Biswas, Shivam Aery, Soumya Saini, Tushar Jain, Tushar Kishore Chaudhary and Vipul Babbar.

Achievements:

S.No.

Event

1

National Law University- Delhi (Kairos) – 1st Position

2

Shradhanand College – 1st Position

3

Kalindi College – 2nd Position

4

Deshbandhu College – Best Music

5

Shradhanand College – Best Script

6

Saitan Theatre Festival – Best Script

7

IIT Kanpur – Finalist

8

Performed under Bharat Rang Mahotsav 2017 at National School of Drama

 

ANNEXURE – 33

YUVA – The Entrepreneurship Cell

Student Members:

Advisory Committee: Anshul Ghiloria, Durgesh Rawat, Hargurpal Singh and Tushar Behl.

Core Committee: Alankrita Mittra, Ankit Saini, Ayush Mohanty, Nitish Rohela and Sanya Kapoor.

Organising Committee: Aanisha Belur, Aayushi Garg, Aditya Pratap Singh, Ayush Ritolia, Darpan Jain, Dhruv Khurana, Hardik Arora, Manav Chaudhry, Moksh Nair, Tanmay Jain and Udit Miglani.

Achievements:

Name

Event Name

Organizer

Event Type

Position

Sanya Kapoor

The Marketers, Excelsior

SSCBS

Marketing

2nd

Ayush Mohanty

The Marketers, Excelsior

SSCBS

Marketing

2nd

Ankit Saini

Bulls and Bears

SSCBS

Mock Stock

1st

 

BizMart

Dyal Singh College

Business Plan

2nd

 

Chom Charades

Dyal Singh College

Business strategy

1st

 

Eco waves

Dyal Singh College

Finance & Marketing

1st

Ayush Ritolia

IMPERIUM

IIM Indore

Case Study

2nd

Darpan Jain

Know your market

SGTB Khalsa College

Quiz, Ad Mad

1st

 

Mogul Magnate

SSCBS

Finance, Entrepreneurship

1st

 

Eco Mediathon

St Stephens

Quiz, Debate

3rd

 

Consultimate

SSCBS

Finance

3rd

 

Colectivo

Hansraj College

HRD, Journalism

1st

 

Breaking Brands

Hansraj College

Marketing

3rd

Aanisha Belur

Confluence, Esperanza

SSCBS

Business strategy

3rd,2nd

 

ANNEXURE – 34

SPONSORSHIP CONTRIBUTORS FOR COLLEGE EVENTS

Sponsors

Manva Education (P) Ltd.

Endeavour

Hector Baverage (P) Ltd.

Covet Marketing (P) Ltd.

Akshat Ind. (P) Ltd.

MUFTI

Playnlike Sports India

Bridge School of Management

Old World Culture & Vidyum

RSVK Resturant

Super Vision Optical

TCIL

Life Insurance Corporation of India

JMIT Innovation Pvt. Ltd.

Association of Publishers in India

Jamboree Education Pvt. Ltd.

Orange Juice Enterprises

Home Saaz

SIIF India

Insignia

LandMark Institute

Handikart Sales Ltd.

Halleln Global Institute

Varun Beverage Ltd.

Art of Leaving

NBCC India Ltd.

Brown Lab Ltd.

NICSI

KK Associates

RUPA & Co. Ltd.

 

Amount of Sponsorship Raised

S.No.

Society Name

Amount (in Rs.)

1

FinX

169000

2

Debating Society

30000

3

Synergy

94400

4

Illumanti

20000

5

Fourth Wall

24700

6

Verve

158000

7

Marketing

159500

8

MIC

66200

9

Kriti

20000

10

CBSMUN

14000

11

Kronos

18000

12

Crescendo

239500

13

Ecovision

98000

14

Lawrence

46000

15

Prodigy

183000

16

Darkroom

5000

17

Yuva

10000

18

Finance Magazine

25000

19

SquadRun

40000

20

Enactus

961000

 

TOTAL

2381300

 

ANNEXURE – 35

COLLEGE COMMITTEES

S.No.

Name of Committee

Members

1

CASH (Committee Against Sexual Harassment)

Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh

Dr. Mona Verma

2

Equal Opportunity Cell

Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat

Ms. Neha Rajput

Mr. Tushar Marwaha         

3

Discipline Committee

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal

Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh

Dr. Hamendra Kumar Porwal

Dr. Tarannum Ahmad

Ms. Kavita Rastogi

Dr. Kumar Bijoy

4

Website Committee

Dr. Ajay Jaiswal

Dr. Sameer Anand

Dr. Abhishek Tandon

System & Network Administrator

5

Canteen Committee

Ms. Kishori Ravi Shankar

Dr. Sameer Anand

Dr. Amreena Kausar

Mr. Onkar Singh

Ms. Madhu Totla

Mr. Narinder Kumar Nigam

6

Budget Committee

Bursar

TIC of the DMS, DBBAFIA and DCS

Staff Council Secretary

7

ICT (Infrastructure Committee)

Bursar

TIC

Staff Council Secretary

System & Network Administrator

8

Admission Committee BBS + BBA(FIA)

Ms. Shalini Prakash

Dr. Anuja Mathur

Mr. Neeraj Kr Sehrawat

Mr. Ramesh Barpa

9

Examination Committee

Mr. Ramesh Kumar

Dr. Abhishek Tandon

Mr. Tushar Marwaha

Mr. Onkar Singh

10

CDC (Career Development Centre)

Mr. Ramesh Kumar (DMS)

Mr. Tushar Marwaha (DMS)

Mr. Onkar Singh (DCS)

Ms. Sonika Thakral (DCS)

Ms. Manisha Nayyar, Placement Officer

11

Dalit Grievances Committee

Mr. Narander Kumar Nigam

Dr. Abhishek Tandon

Mr. Amit Kumar

Ms. Neha Rajput

12

Library Committee

TICs of the DMS, DBBAFIA and DCS

Ms. Dipti Khatri (Librarian)

Anupam Gupta [Student, B.Tech 4B]

Lokender Singh [Student, B.Tech 4A]

Yash Jain [Student, BBA(FIA)2B]

13

Internal Quality Assurance Cell

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal

Dr. Hemendra Kumar Porwal

Dr. Tarannum Ahmad

Ms. Kavita Rastogi

Ms. Anuja Mathur

Dr. Anamika Gupta

Mr. S.K. Jairath (AO)

Mr. Jiten Chopra (Alumnus)

Mr. Naresh Priyadarshi (Industry)

14

North East Students Welfare Committee 

Ms. Madhu Totla

Dr. Abhishek Tandon (Nodal Officer)

Ms. Saumya Jain

15

NSDC

Mr. Tushar Marwaha

Dr. Abhishek Tandon

Dr. Nidhi Kesari

16

Students Financial Assistance Committee

TIC of the Departments & Course Coordinator of BBA (FIA)

Ms. Anuja Mathur

Dr. Sonika Thakral

Dr. Nidhi Kesari

17

NCC

Mr. Ramesh Kumar

18

P.F. Committee

Dr. H.K Porwal

19

Time Table Committee 

DMS

Dr. Mona Verma

Dr. Gurjeet Kaur

Mr. Abhimanyu Verma

DCS

Mr. Onkar singh

Ms. Sonika Thakral

20

Heritage Club (Spic Macay)

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal

Ms. Neha Rajput

Dr. Ashima Arora

 

ANNEXURE – 36

LIST OF STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS

Class Representatives:

Amit Vkram Dewan, Rohan Goel, Mohini Bindal, Aayushi Garg, Tanmay Chauhan, Shashwat, Aru Mangla, Piyush Khatri, Unnatpreet Kaur, Sachin Kumar, Priyanka Banthia, Chhavi, Ishvam Shoor, Srijan Dwivedi, Vaibhav Yadav, Kaustubh Bhaskar, Ayush Mohanty, Pavitra Garg, Anant Gupta, Vanshika Luthra, Mohd Ameed Zain, Mayank Sharma, Aayush Rastogi, Saurabh Kumar Singh, Anupam Gupta, Paras Goyal, Rohit Singh.

Deputy Class Representatives:

Bhavya Mehta, Vaishnavi Gupta, Deepanshu Puri, Kanika Rustogi, Lakshay Aggarwal, Mahima Batheja, Ishaan Jain, Kunal, Vasu, Shreya Bansal, Alvin Divyank Lakra, Anuj Kumar, Sanat Kumar Sahu, Mukul Yadav, Kannan Yadav, Gourav Jena, Shivik Chaudhary, Hunny Pal, Sakshi Solanki, Sambhav Jain, Himanshu Verma, Nishtha Arora, Ashish Aggarwal, Shivam Choudhary, Tanmay Garg.

 

ANNEXURE – 37

STUDENT ACADEMIC RESULTS (2016-17)

 

Overview:

Bachelor of Technology (Computer Science), 4th Year.

  • 237 students appeared for the exams.
  • 237 students were awarded the B.Tech. degree.
  • 233 students secured 1st
  • 04 students secured 2nd

 

Bachelor of Business Studies (Management), 3rd Year.

  • 184 students appeared for the exams.
  • 167 students were awarded the BBS
  • 137 students secured 1st
  • 30 students secured 2nd

 

Bachelor of Business Administration (Financial Investment Analysis), 3rd Year.

  • 67 students appeared for the exams.
  • 61 students were awarded the BBA(FIA) degree.
  • 50 students secured 1st
  • 11 students secured 2nd

 

Bachelor of Science (Computer Science), 3rd Year.

  • 43 students appeared for the exams.
  • 43 students were awarded the Sc. degree.
  • 36 students secured 1st
  • 07 students secured 2nd

 

List of Students Who Achieved Academic Excellence in 2016-17:

Course

Year

Univ. / College Position

Name Of Student

Marks/Points Obtained/ Out of

BMS

I Year

First

Nikita Gambhir

9.55/10 Points

Second

Rishabh Bhatia

9.50/10 Points

Third

Aanisha Belur

9.36/10 Points

Harshita Saxena

BMS

II Year

First

Anish Arora

9.46/10Points

Ayushi Jain

Second

Avneet Sinha

9.36/10 Points

Kardam Kapoor

Third

Ojasvi Jain

9.32/10 Points

BBS

III Year

First

Ifra Hussain

2408/2750

Second

Devansh Anand

2384/2750

Third

Archit Pahwa

2350/2750

BBA (FIA)

I Year

First

Rishabh Madan

9.50/10 Points

Second

Rishabh Mittal

9.27/ 10 Points

Shivam Mahajan

Dhruv Gupta

Third

Bhavya Khanduja

9.23/ 10 Points

BBA (FIA)

II Year

First

Akhil Mangla

9.68/ 10 Points

Second

Prateek Arora

9.61/ 10 Points

Third

Pankhuri Gupta

9.04/ 10 Points

BBA (FIA)

III Year

First

Ravtej Singh

2396/2750

Second

Samridhi Singhal

2339/2750

Third

Vanshika Luthra

2236/2750

B.Sc. (H) Comp. Sc.

I Year

First

Parag Mittal

9.68/ 10 Points

Second

Srishti Jain

9.55/ 10 Points

Third

Mansi Goel

9.27/ 10 Points

 

Shruti Bihani

B.Sc. (H) Comp. Sc.

II Year

First

Aditya Aggarwal

9.46/ 10 Points

Second

Aditi Chamoli

9.04/ 10 Points

Harshit Gaur

Tanuj Rohilla

Third

Rohit Kumar

8.93/ 10 Points

B.Sc. (H) Comp. Sc.

III Year

 

First

Bhoomika Panwar

3182/3350

Second

Shivani Kumar

3089/3350

Third

Akansha Gupta

3017/3350

B.Tech.  Comp. Sc.

IV Year

First

Manish Kumar Bhardwaj

4285/4600

Second

Mehak Kumar

4274/4600

Third

Khushboo Chitre

4200/4600

 

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