Annual Report 2018-19

Hon’ble guests, worthy colleagues and dear students; it is a matter of proud privilege for me to present the 32nd Annual Report of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies for the year 2018-19.

 

I would like to extend a warm welcome to our esteemed guests, chief guest Dr. Kavita A. Sharma Hon’ble President, South Asian University, guest of honour SH. S. S. Gill, Hon’ble Director, Higher Education, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, Prof. Pankaj Sinha Chairman, Governing Body, SSCBS, Prof. Anu G. Aggarwal, Treasurer, Governing Body, SSCBS.

 

Dr. Kavita A. Sharma is presently the President of the prestigious South Asian University, New Delhi. Her earlier assignments were Principal, Hindu College, Delhi University (from 1998 to 2008) and Director, India International Centre, New Delhi (2008-2014). She has wide teaching experience of over thirty seven years (July 1971-2008). In her primary discipline of English Literature, she is one of the most distinguished and versatile academicians in the country today. She has contributed extensively to research journals, and participates regularly in seminars and conferences in India and abroad on subjects ranging from higher education, gender issues, diaspora and Mahabharata. Woven into her academic and literary career is her very keen interest in Hindu Philosophy and Psychology and deep study of the epic Mahabharata. Her books in this area include Windmills of the Mind and Queens of Mahabharata which have been very well received.

 

Shri S. S. Gill did his B.A. Eco. (Hons.) and MBA from Punjab University, Chandigarh. He worked in the private sector for some time and then plunged into the adventurous and challenging world of Civil Services in 1992. Starting his illustrious career in Andaman & Nicobar Islands, he has worked in various Departments and Organisations of Govt. of India and UT’s of Delhi, Chandigarh, Andaman & Nicobar. He has a wide experience of working in various local bodies such as Municipal Corporation of Delhi, New Delhi Municipal Council, DDA and has dealt with wide variety of subjects such as land revenue administration and acquisition, food & civil supplies, state subjects of taxation, urban development, transport, election, consumer protection, higher and technical education. Education is a subject close to his heart and he relishes working in this field.

 

Prof. Pankaj Sinha is a Professor at Faculty of Management Studies. He received his Ph.D. degree 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. 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 and 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.

 

Prof. Anu G. Aggarwal is Professor in Department of Operational Research, University of Delhi with nearly 20 years of teaching and Research Experience; Her key research interests include mathematical modelling and optimization in Consumer Buying Behaviour; Innovation-Diffusion modelling; Electronic Commerce; Multi- Criteria decision making techniques; Reliability Growth modelling for Software systems; Release planning and resource allocation in Software  Reliability Engineering and applications of Soft Computing Techniques. She is an active researcher with more than 100 research publications in International peer-reviewed journals, Books chapters and International and National conference proceedings. She has guided a number of MPhil and PhD students; Served as Technical chair, Co-chair for a number of International Conferences; Under taken a number of Research Projects funded by Govt. Agency as PI and Co-PI; Delivered invited talks at International Conferences and served as Resource Person at UGC funded refresher courses. She is associated with many reputed journals published by IEEE, Elsevier, Springer; Inderscience Etc. She has been awarded Young Researcher Award for Applications of Soft Computing Techniques in Software Reliability awarded at 4th International Conference on Quality, Reliability and Infocom Technology (Trends and Future Directions) in year 2009.

 

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 its two departments- Departments of Management Studies (DMS) and Department of 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. The college also offers a post graduate diploma course in Cyber Security and law. In the forthcoming academic year 2020-21, 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, live projects, internships and summer training.

 

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

 

NEWS AND UPDATES

Our Campus

Spread over 5 acres, our 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

SSCBS Innovation and Incubation Foundation was set up as a part of initiative of Govt. of NCT of Delhi, for setting up Incubation Centres in leading academic institutions for promoting entrepreneurship. It is 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.

 

Major Activities and Achievements

 

  • SSCBS has been ranked No. 2 among 25 colleges by India Today rankings released on May18,
  • Further, India Today has ranked SSCBS first in the following criteria: 1. College with the best value for money, Highest salary offered, 3. Lowest tuition fee, 4. Placement, and
  1. Admission process.
  • The student placement has been highly successful with the highest package of INR 18 Lakhs p.a. and the average package of INR 6.9 lakhs a.
  • SSCBS in collaboration with University of Delhi and the Institute of Cyber Security and Law launched a 42 week Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law (PGDCSL).
  • Further, a certificate course on Data Analytics for Business was launched by the college for professionals and undergraduates, offering insights into machine learning, statistical methods for data analysis, python/R programming, neural networks and deep
  • Students of the BMS program at SSCBS made the college proud by winning the first prize at MICA IMPETUS, the biggest undergraduate case study competition by
  • Its students have also won the first prize at Lufthansa Impact Week

 

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

57,47,648.00

Infrastructure from APC A/c

TOTAL

57,47,648.00

 

 

SSCBS Campus

Our well-equipped campus has 31 spacious, sound-proofed air-conditioned classrooms, 4 amphitheatres, 7 computer labs, separate and exclusive examination rooms, dedicated tutorial rooms, faculty rooms for student-faculty interactions and faculty learning, an entire floor dedicated towards career building opportunities like Placement Cell, Alumni Relations and the Incubation Centre. The well-equipped facilities with the latest e-enabled learning tools are fostering a conducive learning environment for the students and faculty alike.

The college has a hostel for boys and girls with a capacity of 72 each. There are 24 rooms for boys and girls separately in two different wings which will be shared by 3 students. Both the hostels provide the facility of common room equipped with microwave, Television refrigerator, sports equipment (chess, TT, badminton, basketball, ludo, carom). Each room has three cots with mattress, writing table with chairs, wardrobe and book shelf for each student. Every room has an air conditioner and an attached washroom and bathroom.

 

The classrooms are equipped with 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.

The efforts of the Hostel Committee, Purchase Committee and Mess Committee members is greatly appreciated.

(List of committee members is enclosed in Annexure-2)

 

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. The website has dedicated pages for placement activities and alumni association of the college.

The efforts of the Website Committee and the Systems and Network Administrator are appreciated.

(List of Website Committee members is enclosed in Annexure-2)

 

 

Library

 

The library is situated across two floors and has designated space for reading rooms for 218 students and research section for faculty members along with reprographic facility.

 

The library adds new titles in its collection on regular basis and the total number of books in the library is 22,295. In addition, the library subscribes to 53 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 including 02 Federated/Common Search Engines namely JCCC and Knimbus, 10 Reference & Citation Sources, 06 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.

 

The library has an Institutional membership of Developing Library Network (DELNET); N-LIST (National Library and Information Services Infrastructure for Scholarly Content) and NDL (National Digital Library). Its databases are accessible through worldwide web which provides access to E-books and E-journals. In addition, the library has provided current contents service: Articles published in print journals available in the library.

 

The college library activities are automated using the complete modern Web – based Open Source Solution i.e. KOHA, Internationally renowned Integrated Library Management System. We are one of the leading college libraries of University of Delhi using KOHA Open Source Library Management Software shifted from LIBTEK DOS based library system since May 2014. 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.

 

The library is fully automated through KOHA cloud which enables easy access of the library catalogue from anywhere anytime. Students, Faculty and Staff members can easily check the status of the library resources by accessing the Online Public Access Catalogue that supports advanced search strategies with displaying enhanced catalogue using content from Amazon, Google, and Library Thing etc.

 

To enhance the Cashless environment, library is maintaining proper late 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.

 

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 analyzing the foot falls of students visiting the library.

 

This year, the library added 883 textbooks and reference books for an outlay of Rs. 4,98,065/- , 53 periodicals for Rs. 1,80,066/- and 13 newspaper for Rs. 25,373/-. On the electronic front, the library spent Rs. 13,570/- and Rs. 5,900/- to subscribe the digital databases of DELNET and N- LIST respectively.

 

The efforts of the Library Committee members is greatly appreciated. (List of committee members is enclosed in Annexure-2)

 

SSCBS INNOVATION AND INCUBATION FOUNDATION (SIIF)

Incubation of Start-ups

SIIF has held one comprehensive evaluation session for business proposals during this academic year, as the primary focus had been on supporting the ideas (27) approved in preceding 4 cohorts. More than 100 ideas were discussed through walk-ins / applications / references, and “Start-up Hunt” held jointly with TiE-NCR, DPSRU, and ANDC. All these which were further filtered / strengthened to have presentations at the evaluation panel held in November 2018. The pitches also included presentations from our existing incubatees which were ready for investment.

As an outcome of evaluation panel,

  • Funding for 5 existing incubatees was approved
  • Next round of funding for 1 existing funded incubatee was approved
  • 3 new ideas were approved for incubation support without funding
  • 2 new ideas were approved were provided incubation + funding

 

SIIF’s investment in incubatee ventures till date: Rs. 44,25,000/-

  • During academic year 2017-18: Rs. 11,00,000/-
  • During academic year 2018-19: Rs. 33,25,000/-

 

Government approvals / recognitions / grants

  • SIIF has been accorded recognition by DST vide their letter number 22/1/2018-NEB/4 dated 7.2018
  • SIIF has been granted of Rs. 50.0 lakhs from GNCTD in November
  • There has been regular interface between GNCTD and SIIF, along with regular updates being provided to the government

SIIF: Interface with Host Institute

  • SIIF has been providing regular updates to GB of host institute to share key developments during the intervening period of GB meetings. SIIF had also presented and submitted a detailed report to GB containing information on the initiative of GNCTD, its conception, and details of business operations since
  • Subsequently, a committee was constituted by GB on 23.2.2019 to have an independent review of progress of SIIF, and committee had held its review meeting on 18.4.2019 wherein operations and contributions of SIIF were appreciated and committee also gave its valuable suggestions for further

 

New initiatives / Associations

  • SIIF helped Yuva, e-cell team of the college to develop area within first floor of the campus where its members could interact with students for handling queries related to entrepreneurship.
  • SIIF is in active discussions with newly opened incubation cell at School of Open Learning, DU to derive synergy in mutual best

Events – internal and external

  • SIIF actively helped Alumni Relations and Outreach Cell (AROC) at the college to hold Alumni Meet on February 24th, 2019. This was held after a long gap of about 6 years and was well attended by nearly 180
  • SIIF also helped AROC to get connected with alumni and to hold talks under alumni lecture series
  • SIIF collaborated with three other incubators of Delhi under the current initiative, and with TiE-NCR to build sector-based pipeline. TiE-NCR carried out marketing and visibility for the start-up hunt, and four incubators – SIIF, ANDC-IIF, DPSRU-IIF and AIACTR-IIF – had evaluations at their respective institutes to identify good potential start-ups.
  • SIIF collaborated with Lufthansa German Airlines to hold first ever workshop by them in Asia on design thinking, innovation and entrepreneurship. It was held for total period of six days in joint collaboration with AUD, DPSRU and SSCBS / SIIF. The last 4 days had 155 students and 35 coaches from these three institutes, and 25 coaches from Lufthansa Germany, and all these 200+ participants grouped in 21 teams were hosted at SSCBS, and generated as many great ideas. This gave our college immense popularity, praise and visibility across India and global network of Lufthansa. SIIF Chairperson and Principal SSCBS Poonam Verma was a constant and unconditional support for this unparalleled event at our college, along with invaluable support and involvement of SIIF Directors Dr. Nidhi Kesari, Mr. Ramesh Kumar, Mr. Tushar Marwaha.
  • SIIF was also well represented at various forums, along with strong reinforcement of

SSCBS brand. These forums included talks / sessions at JIMS, ANDC, IGDTUW, SOL-DU, COL-DU, CCRT, IIM-A NCR Network, Birla Vidya Niketan, DSIDC, SRCC, Cluster Innovation Centre DU, IMS Ghaziabad.

 

COMPUTER LABORATORIES

The college has seven well equipped computer laboratories. The entire campus is Wi-Fi enabled. All computer laboratories are equipped with LCD projectors to facilitate teaching and presentations. The labs are enriched with software like SPSS, Mathematica, Oracle, C/C++, Visual C++, Java, Weka, ERP, MS Project and MS Visio and provide both Linux and Windows platforms.

Laboratory Faculty-in-Charge – Dr. Amreena Kausar, Dr. Mona Verma, Mr Onkar Singh and Dr. Sonika Thakral

 

OTHER INFORMATION

  • Kavita Rastogi, Associate Professor with the Department of Computer Science, has been nominated as an Anti-Discriminatory Officer.
  • Amit Kumar, 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, continues to be the Liaison Officer (SC/ST).
  • Rishi Rajan Sahay, Assistant Professor, Department of Management Studies continues his services as Bursar for a period of year w.e.f. January 17, 2019.
  • The tenure of Ms. Kishori Ravishankar, Assistant Professor, Department of Business Studies as the ‘Public Information Officer’ (PIO) has been extended for another
  • The tenure of Surender Jairath, Administrative Officer as ‘Assistant Public Information Officer’ (APIO) has been extended for another year.
  • Ajay Jaisawal, Assistant Professor with the Department of Computer Science has been nominated as Liaison Officer (EWS for General Category).

 

ACCREDITATIONS

NAAC: (National Assessment and Accreditation Council)

The college has successfully received accreditation from NAAC in 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 complete accreditation process has been insightful and helped in setting of processes for improving the academic offerings and student activities of the college.

 

IQAC: (Internal Quality Assurance Cell)

As per the requirement of National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) for 2018-19 was constituted in the college. The IQAC has representatives of all stakeholders, viz., Faculty, Administration, Students, Parents, Alumni, Recruiters and Industry representatives.

This year IQAC had three meetings to take stock of all academic and non-academic developments in the college. After various meetings, the IQAC’s AQAR (Annual Quality Assurance Report) 2018-19 was compiled and adopted during the year. As a part of IQAC initiatives, the college has invited eminent resource persons from the corporate world industry and academics who share their insights and experiences to help raise the academic and non-academic standards of the college. Also as a part of IQAC initiatives, college organized a leadership submit ‘Metamorphosis of Ideas’, Inter College Cyber Security Seminar, Student Development Programs in the area of marketing, finance, human resource, entrepreneurship and IT; to name a few.

 

The IQAC deliberations over the year centered around ways on strengthening the mentor mentee program, to make available medical facilities for the college fraternity, looking at ways of boosting the involvement of parents in college activities, recruiters and alumni feedbacks for enhancing the value offerings of the college, increasing the research output and effectively utilizing the world-class infrastructure of the college.

 

FACULTY

The college now has 32 permanent and 10 ad-hoc faculty members. In addition to these, there are 15 guest faculty members associated with the Department of Management Studies and 10 guest faculty members associated with the Department of Computer Science.

  1. Saumya Jain, Assistant Professor, availing Study Leave from July 20, 2018 to July 20, 2019.
  2. Narander Kumar Nigam, Assistant Professor, joined on April 26, 2019 after availing study leave from July 20, 2017 to April 25, 2019.
  3. Mona Verma, Assistant Professor availed Child Care Leave from March 1, 2019 to April 30, 2019.
  4. Tarannum Ahmad, Associate Professor, availed Child Care Leave from Jan. 1, 2019 to Feb 28, 2019.
  5. Shikha Gupta, Assistant Professor, joined on Oct 22, 2018 after availing Child Care Leave from July 20, 2017 to Oct. 10 2018.
  6. Abhishek Tandon, Assistant Professor, Joined as a Deputy Director in ICSR on April15, 2019.

 

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

The college has 34 permanent and 12 contractual non-teaching staff working in the administration, library, computer laboratories and the placement cell.

  1. Laxmi joined as Jr. Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. October 10, 2018 to April 10, 2019 and from April 12, 2019 for a period of six months.
  2. Champa Negi joined as Jr. Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. November 09, 2018 to May 8, 2019 and from May 10, 2019 for a period of six months.
  3. Bharti Mishra joined as Jr. Library and Information Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. October 11, 2018 to April 10, 2018 and from April 12, 2019 for a period of six months.
  4. Nitin Bhardwaj joined as Office Attendant on contractual basis from April 25, 2019 for a period of six months.
  5. Hemender Sharma joined as System & Network Administrator on contractual basis w.e.f. January 23, 2019 for a period of six months.
  6. Rajiv Kumar Rai joined as Office Attendant on contractual basis from April 3, 2019 for a period of six months.
  7. Sunny joined as Lab. Attendant on contractual basis w.e.f. July 13, 2018 to January 12, 2019 and from January 15, 2019 for a period of six months.
  8. Dharmender joined as Jr. Assistant on contractual basis w.e.f. December27, 2018 to June 26, 2019.
  9. Mr Deepak Tiwari joined as Placement Officer as permanent e.f. from Feb 07, 2019.
  10. Ravindra Kumar joined as Driver on contractual basis w.e.f. September 14, 2018 to March 13, 2019 and from March 15, 2019 for a period of six months.
  11. S.Q. Abbas, joined as Sr. Assistant on contractual basis from August 09, 2018 to February 10, 2019, from February 12, 2019 to April 4, 2019 and as Assistant on contractual basis from April 4, 2019 for a period of six months.
  12. Himanshu Yadav joined as Jr. Assistant cum Caretaker on contractual basis w.e.f. December 12, 2018 to June 26, 2019 and from June 28, 2019 for a period of six months.
  13. Deepti Khatri Joined as a Librarian on June 25, 2019 after availing study leave (1 year 5 months 22 days).
  14. S.K Daggar, Assistant has been promoted as Sr. Assistant with effect from April 16, 2019.
  15. Ajitabh Saxena, Section Officer (Accounts) joined as Account Officer in AIIMS on deputation on March 7, 2019 afternoon.

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

 

ADMISSIONS (2018-19)

The Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities (FASSH), University of Delhi conducted the Joint Entrance Test 2018 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 and performance in Class XII for BMS and BBA (FIA) courses.

During the year 2018-19, 201 students were admitted to the BMS program and 98 students were admitted to the BBA (FIA) course.

 

The admission to B.Sc. (H) Computer Science course is based on the Class XII performance of  the candidates. 51 students were admitted to the B.Sc. (H) Computer Science program.

 

Qualifying examination for the purpose of Admission to the Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law shall be graduates or above in Science (Physics& Chemistry), Information Technology, Mathematics, Engineering in Technology (Computer Science/ Electronics/Electronics and Communication, Information Technology), BCA, MCA, M.Tech. or any other degree equivalent thereto. The admissions shall be based on the merit drawn from the marks obtained in graduation and personal interview. The admission process shall be following:

STAGE I: The merit list, for admission shall be determined on the basis of marks obtained (CGPA equivalent thereto) by the candidate in graduation or in the degree applicable as qualifying examination.

STAGE II: The candidates shall be called for Personal Interview on the basis of merit drawn as prescribed in stage I.

STAGE III: A combined merit on the basis of 85% from Stage I and 15 % from Stage II shall be drawn. Admissions shall be based in the order of combined merit.

57 students were admitted to Post Graduate Diploma in Cyber Security and Law course.

 

ACADEMIC RESULTS (2018-2019)

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 performance during their college life and beyond.

(List of Academic result 2018-2019 is enclosed in Annexure-3)

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. 42 students in total were selected for this scholarship program and the total amount disbursed was ₹ 6,55,000/-

(List of Financial Assistance Scholarship Program Recipients is enclosed in Annexure-3)

 

Scholarship Support

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

Sr. No.

Amount (in Rs.)

Particulars

1

Rs. 5,212/-

Udaan organisation for B.Sc.(H) 2nd year students

 

2

 

Rs. 10,702/-

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

3

Rs. 8,025/-

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

4

Rs. 10,000/-

Prof. O M Agarwal Scholarship (w.e.f 2018-19)

TOTAL

Rs. 33,939/-

 

 

Fee Waivers

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

Sr. No.

Amount

Particulars

 

1

 

Rs. 6,55,000

Financial Assistance Scholarship to 52 financially weak students

TOTAL

Rs. 6,55,000.00

 

 

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.

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. Rishi Rajan Sahay, Assistant Professor in Department of Management Studies was awarded the ‘Best Teacher Award’ by the GNCTD for 2018-19.

 

DR. POONAM VERMA, PRINCIPAL

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. Appointed as Course Coordinator for the course revision of BMS and BBA (FIA) courses under

·         Member of external committees

  1. Member of the Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC) of Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS) for the yea
  2. r 2019-20.
  3. Member of the Editorial Advisory Board, Manthan: Journal of Commerce and Management, Journal Press India.

·         Workshops/Conference/Seminars Attended

  1. Attended ICRIER-World Bank launch of the report, ‘The Innovation Paradox,’ held on April 3, 2018.
  2. Special Guest Invitation for CEGR Fourth Higher Education Summit held on 18th April, 2018.
  3. Attended a workshop organized by UGC on 27th April, 2018 on the issues related to the autonomy to the
  4. Attended CII Higher Education Summit 2018 held on 29th June, 2018 at New
  5. Special Guest of Honour during National Digital India Mission Programme on August 1, 2018.
  6. Attended Principal’s Meet organized by CPDHE, University of Delhi held on 25th March, 2019.
  7. Attended the NAAC Assessors Orientation Programme (AOP) held on 14th May, 2019, Delhi.

·         Any Other:

  1. Selected for the Principal panel of scholars for the fellowship of Fulbright-Nehru International Education Administrators, United States-India Educational Foundation, Fulbright Commission in India for the year 2019-20.

 

DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES

Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal, Associate Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. Convener, Disciplinary Committee
  2. Convener, Anti-Ragging Committee
  3. Convener, Dhwani Society
  4. Convener, Committee to decide Dr. S.S. Gulshan Scholarship
  5. Convener, Students’ Award Committee

·         Member of college committees

  1. Member, IQAC
  2. Member, Internal Complaints Committee
  3. Member, Grievance Redressal Committee
  4. Member, Internal Assessment Monitoring Committee
  5. Member, Moderation Committee for Internal Assessment – BMS Program
  6. Member, Students’ Financial Assistance Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Dhwani

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Organized a Special Lecture on Analysis of Financial Statements by Mr. J.P. Mehrotra on April 9, 2019 from 11-12 noon in the Seminar Hall of the college for the students BBA(FIA), I-A, and I-B.

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Attended a seminar – ‘How to Create Wealth Smartly’ presented by MFinvest.in in association with MIRAE ASSET

·        Any Other

  1. Warden, Boys’ Hostel
  2. Secretary, Staff Council

 

Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh, Associate Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. IQAC
  2. Internal complaints committee
  3. Gender champions Programme

·         Member of college committees

  1. Anti-Ragging
  2. Disciplinary Committee
  3. Hostel Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. convergence
  2. CII YI chapter

·         Member of external committees

  1. Working group member University committee for revision of syllabi for BMS and BBA(FIA)

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Convergence 2018

·         Talks delivered/Papers presented

  1. NAAC Awareness and Interaction Program

·         Invited talks/Events Organized:

  1. Session on gender sensitisation by Pratyush Ralhan, advocate Delhi high court and Sreevats ,CA.;
  2. Session on career opportunities in blogging by Tanmay Mehra, editor ED time
  3. Session on Art of start-ups by Jatin Srivastava, CA
  4. Session on Power of power dressing by Kumud Sareem, celebrity visualiser; Anuj Lalwani, celebrity fashion stylist; and Dr. Varun Katyal, celebrity grooming expert

·         Talks Delivered

  1. PhD coursework at NIFT

 

Dr. Hamendra Kumar Porwal, Associate Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. PF Committee

·         Member of college committees

  1. Syllabus Revision Committee
  2. Disciplinary Committee
  3. Anti-Ragging Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Ecovision
  2. DUMUN
  3. Convergence
  4. Synergy

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. Organized a talk in college by Mr. Amardeep on “Business Valuation” (Lex Bolsteer Global LLP) on 21st Jan 2019

 

Dr. Tarannum Ahmad, Associate Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. Cresendo college festival
  2. AQAR criteria 5
  3. Annual report committee

·         Member of college committees

  1. IQAC
  2. Disciplinary Committee
  3. Anti-ragging Committee
  4. Internal assessment committee
  5. Attendance committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Fourth Wall
  2. Verve

·         Invited talks/Events Organized:

  1. A talk held on 14th March 2019 by Mr. Nitin Ravi Career Expert BYJU’S on “ Profile Building, Resume Improvement & Aptitude Exams “
  2. A talk  held  on  5th April 2019 Career Expert BYJU’S on “ Profile Building, Resume Improvement & Aptitude Exams “
  3. A talk held on 12th March by Mr. Arks Srinivas National Head, MBA Preparation Career Launcher on “Opportunities after college”
  4. A talk held on 13th March by Mr. Bharat Education Associate Career Launcher on “Opportunities after ”

 

Dr. Rohini Singh, Associate Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Internal assessment monitoring Committee
  2. IQAR
  3. Anti-ragging cell

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Synergy
  2. Convergence
  3. DUMUN

·         Member of external committees

  1. The National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) for Syllabus revision
  2. University committee for revision of syllabi for BMS and BBA(FIA)
  3. University of Delhi, Moderation committee

·         Papers published (without students)

  1. Porwal, H K & Singh R, Determinants of Dividend Policy, International Journal of Management Studies, Vol.–V, Issue –4(6), October 2018 [pp 11-16],ISSN(Print) 2249- 0302 ISSN (Online)2231-2528

·         Training/ Workshops/Seminars/Conferences/FDPs/Refresher’s Attended

  1. Convergence, Annual seminar at SSCBS 31 October 2018

 

Ms. Shalini Prakash, Associate Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Teacher representative, College Governing Body
  2. PF Committee
  3. Purchase Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Kriti
  2. Darkroom
  3. Crescendo

·         Member of external committees

  1. University committee for revision of syllabi for BMS and BBA(FIA)

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. Talk on Media Careers of Tomorrow in the Digital World by Ujjawal K. Choudhury, Pearl Academy

 

DR. ANUJA MATHUR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

·         Member of college committees

  1. Staff Council Secretary (January 2019) IQAC

·         Member of College Committees

  1. Internal Assessment Monitoring Committee
  2. Attendance Committee
  3. Governing Body Member
  4. IQAC
  5. NRIF and other institutional rankings

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Enactus
  2. Mark it
  3. Rotract SSCBS

·         Member of external committees

  1. Co-convenor BMS Course revision committee 2019

 

  1. Co-ordinator BMS Course Revision 2019-

·         Publications:

  1. CEO world 25th July 2017 “Strategic Pricing for Deeper and Enduring Gains” by Dr. Jyoti Kainth, IMT Ghaziabad and Dr. Anuja Mathur, SSCBS.

·         Special invitee in some external committee:

  1. Co-convenor BMS Course revision committee 2019
  2. Co-ordinator BMS Course Revision 2019.
  3. Appointed CO Convener of course revision Committee BMS by the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences and Humanities

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. Social Revolution 2
  2. Excelsior – Market Fest

·         Any Other

  1. Invited as Guest Faculty for MBA(Business Economics) Part II PAPER: Leadership and Organization
  2. Teacher representative on the college Governing Body w.e.f. 8/10/18
  3. Appointed Advisor for 2 students pursuing MPhil from Department of Commerce Faculty of Commerce and Business

 

Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Societies Management Committee
  2. Hostel Management Committee (As a Warden Boys Hostel)
  3. PR Steering Committee
  4. BBA (FIA) Under-Graduate Curriculum Revision Committee-2019 University of Delhi

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. FinX (Finance Society)
  2. IFSA – International Finance Student Association (Chapter)
  3. FMA – Finance Management Association (Chapter)
  4. AROC- Alumni Relation and Outreach Cell
  5. CDC
  6. Enactus

•       Books / Chapters in books authored

  1. G., CA, & Sehrawat, N. K. Handbook on Valuation- Concept & Cases. New Delhi, Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd, ISBN: 978-93-5139-497-6, 2nd May, 2018.
  2. G., CA, & Sehrawat, N. K. Beginner’s Guide to Ind-AS & IFRS. New Delhi, Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd, ISBN:978-93-5139-569-0, January,2018.
  3. G., CA, & Sehrawat, N. K. Beginner’s Guide to Good’s & Services Tax (GST). New Delhi, Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd, ISBN: 978-93-5139-567-6, 8th January, 2018.

·         Conferences (paper presented/ Selected)

  1. Presented the Paper Titled “Sustainability of Females at Leadership Positions in the Indian hotel Industry in the 7th International Conference on Sustainability 29th Nov-1st Dec 2018 organized by IIM

 

  1. Paper Titled “Independent Women Directors and Firm Performance: Evidence from India” selected for the World Finance Conference organized by world finance association in July 2018 at

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Resource person and organizer of Faculty Development program on “Use of Contemporary Research tool and Analysis Software used in Research” at SSCBS from 4th-6th May 2019.

·         Talks Delivered

  1. Resource person at Faculty Development program on “Panel data Analysis using Stata and Solving the problem of endogeneity using 2SLS” organized by Faculty of Management Studies (FMS), University Delhi (2018)
  2. Resource person at “International seminar on contemporary issues and predictive models in accounting and finance” Organized by Delhi School of Professional Studies and Research on 27th Nov 2018.
  3. Resource Person in one day Faculty Development Programme on “Capitaline Plus and Financial Shenanigans “Organized by Department of Management and Financial, Studies Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women, University of Delhi, held on Sept 15,
  4. Resource person at Doctoral Summer School on “Use of R-software in data analysis” organized by IIM Ahmedabad held on 12th July 2018.

·         Any Other

  1. Member of Advisory Board in for IFRS Assignment. KG Management Advisors LLPB-1223, Main Market, Shastri Nagar, New Delhi, 110052,
  2. Editor-in- Chief of Amar Research Journal: An Interdisciplinary, Registered & Referred Quarterly Research Journal (UGC-Approved), ISSN No. 2348-1323.
  3. Life time member of Indian Accounting Association, Delhi
  4. Life time member of India Finance

 

Ms. Kishori Ravi Shankar, Assistant Professor

·         Member of College Committees

  1. Hostel Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Synergy (Coordinator)
  2. Lawrence

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended:

  1. Attended Workshop on Right to Information Act conducted at University of Delhi on September 2018.
  2. Attended a conference on Right to Information Act conducted by Central Information Commission, Govt. of India at Parvasi Bhartiya Kendra. On October 12,
  3. Attended a workshop on Right to Information Act on RTI Portal on December 14,
  4. Attended an Investor Awareness Program on “How to create wealth smartly” on January 28, 2019

·         Invited talks/Events Organized:

  1. Organized a talk “Know Your Rights” by Josh Talk for students of SSCBS, DU on February 14, 2019.

 

·         Other details

  1. Public Information Officer of the college

 

Dr. Kumar Bijoy, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/ Coordinator of College Committees

  1. Co-Convener Syllabus Revision committee 2019 for BBA (FIA)
  2. Nodal Officer Anti-Smoking

·         Member of College Committees

  1. Disciplinary Committee
  2. Anti- ragging Committee
  3. Financial Assistance Committee

·         In-charge of College Societies

  1. MIC
  2. Communique

·         Special invitee in some external committee

  1. Appointed as a committee member for syllabus revision 2019 for the course of Business Studies by National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS)

·         Papers published (without students)

  1. Liquidity Issues in Indian Banking System due to Non-Performing Assets: Searching Alternatives in Fiscal Deficit and or Interest rates; The Business and Management Review, Vol. 10 (3), July 2019; ISSN 2047 -2862 (print); ISSN 2047-2854 (online)
  2. Stock Market Linkages and Spillover Effects: An Empirical Analysis of Select Asian Markets; Theoretical Economics Letters, 2019, 9, 1447-1472; http://www.scirp.org/journal/tel; ISSN Online: 2162-2086; ISSN Print: 2162-2078

·         Conferences (paper presented)

  1. Abstract titled: “Relationships of Foreign Exchange Rates with Macroeconomic Variables, Economic Crisis, and Trade Volumes: An Empirical Study from India” accepted at 5th International Scientific Conference: Knowledge Based Sustainable Economic Development- ERAZ 2019; Budapest, Hungary, Vitta Hotel Superior May 23, 2019; Full paper submitted for
  2. Abstract titled “Liquidity Issues in Indian Banking System due to Non- Performing Assets: Alternatives through Fiscal Deficit and or Interest Rates” accepted for oral presentation at the 5th Symposium on Quantitative Finance and Risk Analysis (QFRA2019) to be held at the Kos Imperial Thalasso, Grecotel Luxury Hotel, Kos Island, Greece, from 26 to 28 June, 2019
  3. Paper titled “Liquidity Issues in Indian Banking System due to Non- Performing Assets: Searching Alternatives in Fiscal Deficit and or Interest Rates” accepted for oral presentation at the 9th International Conference on Restructuring of the Global Economy (ROGE), University of Oxford, UK, 8th – 9th July 2019
  4. Paper titled “Examining the Relative Economic Position of BRICS Nations within the Group and With Respect to Global Economy” accepted for presentation at the 16th Annual World Congress of the Academy for Global Business Advancement (www.agba.us) in association with GIFT society and IIM Rohtak held on July 2 – 4, 2019 at IIT-Delhi, India

 

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. Cap.  Kamal  Sharma  delivered  a  talk  on  “Supply  Chain  Management:  a  Vignette and Challenges in Military Aviation” on Feb 18th 2019 for 3rd year BMS and BBA(FIA) students
  2. Manoj Sharma Asst. Director, Ministry of Corporate Affairs delivered a talk on “Anatomy of Corporate Fraud: IF&FS FIASCO” on March 14th 2019.

·         Awards/ Achievements, Training & Development

  1. Invited by Indian Education Awards (IEA) as a guest speaker on 4th May 2019 for IEA 2019
  2. Invite by NIFM to take session in Five days’ Management Development Programme (MDP) on “Resource Raising for Plans and Budgets – Financial Markets Perspective” on Wednesday (29/05/2019)   from 02:30      –   18:00   Hrs   for   the 28 (Twenty   Eight) Probationary Officers of ISS of NSSTA, M/o S&PI, Government of India.
  3. Nominated as a resource person by NIFM (An Autonomous Institute of Ministry of Finance, Government of India) for two days training program of Arunachal Pradesh officers and secretaries involved in budget preparation of the states at ATI, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh

·         Talks Delivered

Invited as a financial expert by All India Radio for:

  1. Live Budget Analysis on 5th July 2019 7pm to 8.30pm along with Mr. P K Das, chairman – The Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC).
  2. Discussion on the GDP growth rate of India forecasted by World Bank on June 5th
  3. Discussion on the Economic Challenges to Modi Government 2.0 on May 28th, 2019
  4. Discussion on the issues with WTO ministerial meeting of developing countries at New Delhi on May 11th 2019
  5. Discussion on Hawala transactions and Money Laundering in the light of Income Tax raid worth Rs 20,000 Cr on Feb 12th, 2019
  6. Discussion on India’s Export and International Trade on April 16th, 2019
  7. Discussion on Union Cabinet decisions on January 16th, 2019
  8. Discussion on the proposed merger of Dena Bank, Vijaya Bank with Bank of Baroda on January 8th, 2019
  9. Discussion on Indo Turkish Business relationship in the lights of Indo Turkish Business Forum at New Delhi on Dec 18th,
  10. Invited by Haryana Institute of Public Administration (HIPA) to lecture on “Economic Reforms and Liberalization” from 01:30 pm to 03:55 pm. on 19 June 2019 for Officer Trainees of ITS and P&T BWS Group ‘A’ from Department of Telecommunications, Government of India

·         Collaborative Courses

  1. Planned, designed and launched a Certificate course for Applied FINTECH in collaboration with Ystarts Innovation Lab under academic guidance of Department of Financial Studies, South campus, University of Delhi.

·         Any Other:

  1. Coordinating an additional certificate course Financial Modeling and Algo Trading (FMAT) in collaboration with BSE institute Ltd. 5th batch of FMAT is continuing.

 

Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. Financial Assistance Committee for students

·         Member of college committees

  1. IQAC

·         Teacher in-Charge of student societies

  1. DebSoc (College Debating Society)
  2. Illuminati (College Quiz Society)
  3. International Relations Cell

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Attended one week faculty Development Programme (FDP) on “Software Packages for Mathematical Sciences” from 14th November 2018 to 19th November 2018 at Hansraj College.
  2. Attended one week faculty Development Programme (FDP) on “Network Science: Foundation of Social Network Analysis” from 3rd December 2018 to 8th December 2018 at Department of Computer Science, University of
  3. Attended two week Refresher Course in Mathematics/ Operational Research/ Statistics & Computer Science from 31st May 2019 to 14th June 2019 at CPDHE, University of Delhi.

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. Organized a talk on “Exploring Human Resource Management in the changing Business Environment” on 14th February 2019 at SSCBS. The speaker for the talk was Professor
  2. Shrotriya, Department of Commerce, University of Delhi
  3. Organized a series of talk on various topics of Management Accounting by Mr. Christian Davis, Finance Business partner at University of Edinburg, 11th march to 15th March 2019.

 

Dr. Amrina Kausar, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Member of IQAC
  2. Member of Budget Committee
  3. Member of BMS/BBA(FIA)/B.Sc.(O.R.) Course Revision Committees
  4. Member of Financial Assistance Committee
  5. Member of Attendance Committee
  6. Member of Internal assessment committee
  7. Member of Internal assessment moderation committee

·         Teacher in-charge of College Societies

  1. Convener of Parishram Society
  2. Member of Nucleus Society

·         Publications

  1. Chandra K. Jaggi, Amrina Kausar, Sunil Tiwari and Mamta Gupta: ”Inventory and credit decisions for deteriorating items with displayed stock dependent demand in two echelon supply chain using stackelberg and Nash equilibrium solution” published at Annals of Operations Research, Vol.274(1), pp. 309-329

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Amrina Kausar, Sanya Kapoor, Ayush Mohanty and Chandra K. Jaggi: “An Empirical study of sustainable supply chain in FMCG sector” at an International Conference on Emerging Trends in Inventory, Supply Chain & Reliability Modelling, held at University of Delhi, Delhi, during 21st to 23rd Dec’2018.

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Conference Co-Chair: First International Conference of Association of Inventory Academicians and practitioners on “Emerging Trends in Inventory, Supply Chain & Reliability Modeling” held at University of Delhi, Delhi, during 21st to 23rd Dec’2018.

 

Mr. Ramesh Kumar, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/ Coordinator of College Committees

  1. Coordinator NCCMP
  2. Director (SIIF) SSCBS Innovation and Incubation

·         Member of college committees

  1. Dalit grievance Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. YUVA
  2. Parishram

·         Publications

  1. Rakesh Kumar & Ramesh Kumar (2019) “IMPACT OF VARIOUS DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ON CONSUMER BEHAVIOUR – AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS IN RURAL HIMACHAL (INDIA)” Indian Journal of Economics & Business, Vol. 19, No.1 (2019)

: 109-127

  1. Ramesh Kumar (2019) “Social Entrepreneurs Reforming Agriculture Sector: A Solution to Feed the World” Conference Paper Thirteenth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship February 20-22, 2019 organized by EDII Ahmedabad, Gujarat. ISBN: 978-93-8 6578-39-6 (Vol. II) pp 957-967

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. UGC Sponsored 3 weeks Refresher Course in Social concerns and Social Science from Nov. 27,2018 to Dec. 17,2018
  2. 71st All India Commerce Conference held at Osmania University 20-22 Dec
  3. Thirteenth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship February 20-22, 2019 organized by EDII Ahmedabad,

·         Talks delivered/ Papers/ Conferences presented

  1. “Asserting the Current Scenario of E-Waste Through the Perspective of Indian Households: A Case of Delhi” at 71st All India Commerce Conference held at Osmania University 20-22 Dec 2018
  2. “Social Entrepreneurs Reforming Agriculture Sector: A Solution to Feed the World” Thirteenth Biennial Conference on Entrepreneurship February 20-22, 2019 organized by EDII Ahmedabad,

 

Dr. Mona Verma, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. Admission Committee 2018-19 (Convener)

·         Member of college committees

  1. Syllabus revision Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies:

  1. Parishram (Sports Society)
  2. ICC (member)
  3. Anti-ragging Cell (member)

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Conference Co-Chair:1st International Conference of Association of Inventory Academicians and practitioners on “Emerging Trends in Inventory, Supply Chain & Reliability Modelling” 2018.

 

Ms. Madhu Totla, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Admission Committee 2018-19
  2. Committee for North east
  3. AQAR criteria -2

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Parishram
  2. Lawrence
  3. FinX

·         Events/Talks organized

  1. Talk ” Ab samjhauta nahi” – know your rights

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Workshop on ” How to create wealth smartly” – Investor awareness program

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Workshop on ” How to create wealth smartly” – Investor awareness program
  2. 21 days refresher at CPDHE on “Contemporary issues of the world” from 26 Nov. 2018 to 19th Dec. 2108

·         Other details

  1. Life Member, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, New
  2. Life Member, Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New

 

Dr. Nidhi Kesari, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Hostel Committee
  2. Anti-Ragging Cell

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Literary Society
  2. Yuva (Student Entrepreneurship Cell)

·         Other details:

  1. Special invitee in Purchase Committee of the college

·         Events/Talks organized

  1. “Risk management in Start-ups” for BBA FIA 3rd year and BMS 3rd year students on Sep 20 and Sep 27, 2018.

 

Ms. Paridhi, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Admission Committee 2018-19
  2. AQAR Criteria VI Member
  3. Anti-Ragging Cell Member

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Dhwani
  2. Blitz

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Attended a seminar – ‘How to Create Wealth Smartly’ presented by MFinvest.in in association with MIRAE ASSET
  2. Attended a refresher course in Business management, economics and commerce (SRC) from 28th June’19 to 11th july’19, CPDHE, University of Delhi

 

Dr. Sushmita, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Attendance Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Grandeur -The Consulting and knowledge Cell

·         Papers published (with students)

  1. Sushmita, Rishabh Bhatia, Sanchit Sharma, Investor Overconfidence and disposition Effect: An Evidence from India, Indian Journal of Research In Capital Markets,Vol:5 Issue:3 July –September 2018, pp 31-41
  2. Sushmita & Utkarsh Sharma, A Study of Trade-off between Monthly Allowance and Pattern of Saving Behavior among Students, Vivekanad Journal of Research, ISSN 2319 8702, Vol 7 issue 2, July –December 2018,pp128-136
  3. Sushmita, Vishnu Prajapat, Comparative Analysis of Online and Offline Shopping, International Journal of Social Science and Humanities Research ISSN 2348-3164 (online), Vol. 6,Issue4,pp: (979-998),Month: October – December 2018, Available at: www.researchpublish.com
  4. Anuj Maurya, Chaitali Bansal,Shivani Singh and Sushmita Economic Crisis Modelling: Data based approach to generalize effect of a crisis, International Journal of Engineering and Future Technology 2019,vol16,issue 2 ISSN 24556432

·         Events organized

  1. Organised talk on “Imagination, Execution and Modelling of Supply Chain Management at TATA STEEL” by Amrendra Kumar, Head, Partnerships & Supply Chain Management on 12th April, 2019.

 

Mr. Tushar Marwaha, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

 

  1. Career Development Cell (Placement Committee)
  2. Facility Management Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. DebSoc (Debating Society)
  2. Illuminati (Quiz Society)
  3. LitSoc (Literary Society)
  4. Yuva (Entrepreneurship Cell)

·         Any Other

  1. Director SIIF (College Incubation Centre)

 

Dr. Abhishek Tandon, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Website Committee
  2. Disciplinary Committee

·         Teacher in-Charge of student societies

  1. Communique’ (College Promotion Society)
  2. Nucleus

·         Projects undertaken

  1. Project grant under the ICSSR Major Research Project on “A Study on Consumerism, Market Competition in Digital Era Abstract“, of Rs.7,00,000/- (Rupees Seven lakhs only) plus overhead charges @7.5% over and above, with a duration of 24 months.

·         Papers published (without students):

  1. Assessing Travel Websites Based on Service Quality Attributes Under Intuitionistic Environment. International Journal of Knowledge-Based Organizations (IJKBO), 9(1), 66- 75.

 

Mr. Amit Kumar, Assistant Professor

·         Member of College Committees

  1. Societies Management Committee
  2. PR Steering Committee
  3. BBA (FIA) Under-Graduate Curriculum Revision Committee-2019 University of

·         Incharge of College Societies

  1. Fin’X
  2. IFSA- International Finance Student Association (Chapter)
  3. FMA – Finance Management Association (Chapter)
  4. AROC- Alumni Relation and Outreach Cell
  5. CDC
  6. Enactus
  7. Annual Report Committee
  8. OBC Liason Officer

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Resource person and organizer of Faculty Development program on “Use of Contemporary Research tool and Analysis Software used in Research” at SSCBS from 4th-6th May 2019.

·         Any Other:

 

  1. Attended Doctoral Summer School at IIM Ahmedabad in 2018.

 

Mr. Raj Kumar, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. IQAC
  2. Annual Day Discipline Committee
  3. University committee for revision of syllabus of ongoing semester for BMS and BBA(FIA)
  4. Under-Graduate Curriculum Revision working group member for BMS BBA(FIA)

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Ecovision (Economics Society)
  2. DUMUN

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. Talk on Technical Analysis and Live Trading
  2. Talk on MBA as a career path and the myths surrounding it
  3. Talk on Overseas education opportunities
  4. Talk on Your journey from campus to corporate and resume writing

 

Mr. Abhimanyu Verma, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Time table committee
  2. AQAR Committee
  3. Purchase Committee

·         Teacher in-Charge of Student Societies

  1. Anthropos (HR Society)
  2. Blitz (Dance Society)

·         Online courses Attended

  1. Excel – Udemy

·         Publications

  1. Garima Gupta, Abhimanyu Verma,’‘Country-of-Origin effect and online purchase environment: Outlining the need for research.” Journal of Management Research and Analysis, October-December, 2018; 5(4), p.473-476.

·         Conferences (paper presented)

  1. Paper titled: ‘Country-of-Origin Effect in the Era of E-Commerce: A Conceptual  Overview’ presented in Conference on “Envisioning India 2.0: Economic Policies: Prospects & Challenges” organised by Jaipuria Institute of Management on 1st December, 2018.

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Conference on “Envisioning India 2.0: Economic Policies: Prospects & Challenges” organised by Jaipuria Institute of Management on 1st December,
  2. Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on the use of contemporary tools, techniques and analysis software packages in research at SSCBS from 4-6 May, 2019
  3. Investor Awareness Programme at SSCBS on 28th January, 2019
  4. Attended one week Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Machine Learning with Data Analytics held at SSCBS, DU in association with International Conference on Innovative Computing and Communication (ICICC) from July 15 to July 20,

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Organized one week Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Machine Learning with Data Analytics held at SSCBS, DU in association with International Conference on Innovative Computing and Communication (ICICC) from July 15 to July 20, 2019.

 

Ms. Saumya Jain, Assistant Professor

·         Papers published (without students)

  1. Jain, S., & Gupta, C. P. (2018, July). Accounting for Securitisation in India : The Past, present & Future. Research Bulletin (Institute of Cost & Management Accountant of India) , 44(2).

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Faculty development programme on ‘Research Methodology & Teaching Pedagogy’ organized by teaching learning centre, Ramanujan college, University of Delhi ( 30th April -5th May, 2019)
  2. Faculty development programme on panel data analysis organised by Rukmini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies (RDIAS), GGSIP University, Delhi ( 16th -18th July, 2018)

·         Other Details

  1. Life Member of Indian Commerce Association
  2. Life Member of Indian Accounting Association
  3. Life member : Indian Accounting Association (NCR Chapter)

 

Dr. Gurjeet Kaur, Assistant Professor

·         Member of College Committees

  1. Timetable Committee
  2. AQAR

·         Teacher in-charge of College Societies/Chapters

  1. Blitz
  2. Nucleus
  3. Anthropos
  4. Rotary Club SSCBS

·         Special invitee/member in some external committee

  1. Working Group Member of Course Revision committee (Courses- BBA(FIA),BMS, B.SC. (Mathematical Sciences) DU

·         Online courses Attended

  1. Course on Excel – Udemy

·         Conferences (paper presented)

  1. ANN-PROMETHEE Model for Portfolio Optimization; in CEGR International Management Conclave, 29th June 2018

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Conference: CEGR International Management Conclave, 29th June 2018
  2. FDP on the use of Contemporary tools, techniques and Analysis Software Packages in Research at SSCBS, 4-6 May 2019
  3. Investor Awareness Program, 28 Jan 2019
  4. Attended one week Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Machine Learning with Data Analytics held at SSCBS, DU in association with International Conference on Innovative Computing and Communication (ICICC) from July 15 to July 20,

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Organized one week Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Machine Learning with Data Analytics held at SSCBS, DU in association with International Conference on Innovative Computing and Communication (ICICC) from July 15 to July 20, 2019.

 

Dr. Ashima Arora, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. AQAR
  2. Annual Report
  3. Annual Day Discipline Committee
  4. University committee for revision of syllabus of on-going semester for BMS and BBA(FIA)
  5. Under-Graduate Curriculum Revision working group member for BMS and BBA(FIA)

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Dhwani

·         Publications

  1. Arora, A., et al. (2018). When Economies Jitter, Bitcoin Flutters: Evidence from the impact of Macroeconomic Factors on Bitcoin Returns. Business Analyst, 29(1), 3-25.

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Attended the FDP on the ‘Use of Contemporary Tools, Techniques and Analysis Software Packages in Research’ from May 4-6, 2019 at Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi

·         Conferences (paper presented)

  1. Presented a paper in an International Conference, 16th Annual World Congress on theme “Business and Entrepreneurship Development in a Globalized and Digitalized Era” organized by Academy for Global Business Advancement in association with Milkin University, USA, IIT Delhi, India and IIM Rohtak, India in July 2019.

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Organized a Workshop on Whatsapp ‘Best Practices Against Fake Information’ in association with NASSCOM on April 3, 2019 from 11-12 in college auditorium

·         Other Details

  1. Member of AGBA Global Membership Group

 

Ms. Kunjana Malik, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/ Coordinator of College Committees

  1. Anthropos

·         Member of College Committees

  1. IQAR

·         In-charge of College Societies

  1. Anthropos

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. FDP on ‘Use of Contemporary Tools, Techniques and Analysis Software Packages in Research’ organised by SSCBS, DU on 4-6 May 2019.

 

Ms. Anusha Goel, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR)

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. MarkIT – The Marketing Society
  2. Fin X- The Finance Society
  3. Lawrence- The Law Forum

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Attended “Investor Awareness Programme” organized by Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, January 2019

·         Other Details

  1. Completed M.Phil. (Finance) from Department of Commerce, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi

 

Dr. Satish K. Goel, Assistant Professor

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Conference Secretary in the International Conference on Emerging Trends in Inventory, Supply Chain & Reliability Modelling organized by Association of Inventory Academicians and Practitioners in conjunction with Department of Operational Research, University of Delhi, Delhi, India and Department of Mathematics, Gujarat University, Gujarat, India at University of Delhi, Delhi during Dec 21-23, 2018.

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Chaired a Plenary Session in the International Conference on Emerging Trends in Inventory, Supply Chain & Reliability Modelling organized by Association of Inventory Academicians and Practitioners in conjunction with Department of Operational Research, University of Delhi, Delhi, India and Department of Mathematics, Gujarat University, Gujarat, India at University of Delhi, Delhi during Dec 21-23, 2018.

 

Ms. Vijay Lakshmi, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR)

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Ecovision
  2. Lawrence

·         Papers published (without students)

  1. Gender Diversity in the Boardroom and Company Financial Performance: A Review of Research & Perspectives in Journal of IPEM (Vol. 11. July 2017)
  2. A Study on Non Executive Directors and Company Financial Performance: Evidence from India in Effulgence – A Management Journal (Vol. 16 No. 1 Special Issue 2 January-June 2018)
  3. Board diversity & financial performance – evidence from listed Indian Companies in Corporate Governance Insight (Vol. 1 Issue 1 May 2019)

·         Books / Chapters in books authored

  1. A Review of Board Composition effect on Company Financial performance as a chapter published in book called Corporate Governance A Tool to Burst Financial Bubbles (2019)

 

Ms. Pratibha Maurya, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR)

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Kartavya

 

Md Rashid Shamim, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Annual Quality Assurance Report (AQAR)

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Ecovision

·         Papers published (without students)

  1. Bankruptcy Laws: A comparative study of India and USA in Journal of Management (Vol. 6(2). March-April 2019) pp.247-252.

 

Mr. Ravi Yadav, Assistant Professor

·         Member of college committees

  1. Annual Report Committee
  2. The week Ranking Survey
  3. AQAR Criteria 1
  4. NIRF Ranking Survey

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Ecovision
  2. Kartavya

·         Training/ Workshops/Seminars/Conferences/FDPs/Refresher’s Attended

  1. FDP on the use of contemporary tools, techniques and analysis software package in Research (04 May 2019- 06 May 2019)

 

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE

Ms. Kavita Rastogi, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees:

  1. Nodal Officer College Ranking
  2. Convener Purchase Committee
  3. AQAR Criteria 1

·         Member of college Committees/activities:

  1. AROC
  2. IQAC
  3. Disciplinary Committee
  4. Anti Ragging Committee
  5. Central Data Repository Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Darkroom
  2. Fourth Wall
  3. Verve

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. FDP titled Java programming and fundamentals – July 30 to Aug 3 organized by Oracle in collaboration with ICTA, held at Bhagwan Parshuram Institute of Technology, Rohini

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. A talk held on 11th February 2019 by Mr. Prabhash Chandra Professor, Finance IILM- GSM on “Financial Market “
  2. A talk held on26th February 2019 on “University Game theory and Law”, Speakers : Prof. (Dr.) Sreejith S.G Associate Professor and Vice Dean and Executive Director O.P. Jindal Global, Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra Assistant Professor & Assistant Dean, Director of Law Admissions
  3. A talk held on 14th March 2019 by Mr. Nitin Ravi Career Expert BYJU’S on “ Profile Building, Resume Improvement & Aptitude Exams “
  4. A talk held on 5th Aril 2019 Career Expert BYJU’S on “ Profile Building, Resume Improvement & Aptitude Exams “ Organized by Kavita Rastogi and Anamika Gupta
  5. A talk held on Feb 28th 2019 by Mr. Rohit Jhamb Senior Client Director Ipsos, Netherlands on “Role of IT in Market Research”, a talk organised by Kavita Rastogi and Tarannum Ahmed
  6. A talk held on 12th March by Mr. Arks Srinivas National Head, MBA Preparation Career Launcher on “Opportunities after college”
  7. A talk held on 13th March by Mr. Bharat Education Associate Career Launcher on “Opportunities after college “.

 

Dr. Anamika Gupta, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees:

  1. NAAC/AQAR Criteria

·         Member of college committees:

  1. Internal Assessment Monitoring Committee
  2. Time Table Committee for Department of Computer Science
  3. Selection Committee Member for System Network Administrator
  4. Internal Quality Assurance Committee

·         Special invitee in some external committee/Resource Person

  1. Resource Person in the workshop to review the first draft of ICT Textbook for class Xth at Central Institute of Educational Technology NCERT on May 14th 2019
  2. Resource Person in the workshop to develop chapters for the textbook of ICT for class X by CIET, NCERT on March 27th, 2019
  3. Resource Person in the workshop to develop chapters for the textbook of ICT for class X by CIET, NCERT on Feb 25th 2019
  4. Resource Person in the workshop for Development of Textbooks of Computer Science and Informatics Practices for class XII by NCERT on Feb 1st 2019
  5. Resource Person in the workshop for Development of Textbooks of Informatics Practices for class XI by NCERT on Oct 12th 2018

·         Books / Chapters in books authored

  1. Book Chapter: Anamika Gupta, Kajal Gupta, Anurag Joshi, Devansh Sharma, Tools for E- Assessment Techniques in Education: A Review, Handbook of Research on E-Assessment in Higher Education, Edited by Ana Azevedo (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal) and José Azevedo (Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal), IGI Global, September 2018, ISBN: 9781522559368

·         Invited talks/Events Organized

  1. Organized Workshop on “Media Careers of Tomorrow in the Digital World”, conducted by Ujjawal K. Choudhary, head of School of Media at Pearl Academy on Feb 13, 2019 at SSCBS.
  2. Organized Lecture on “Role of IT in Market Research” by Mr. Rohit Jhamb, Senior Client Director, Ipsos, Netherlands, on Feb 28th 2019
  3. Organized Workshop on ‘Best practices against fake information’ co-curated by WhatsApp and NASSCOM Foundation. On Apr 3, 2019 at SSCBS, Akash Ganga Auditorium

·         Talks delivered / Papers presented

  1. Resource Person in a workshop on “Python for Data Analysis” at SciPy Conference, IIT Mumbai on Nov 29-30, 2017.

·         Other Details

  1. UGC Working Group Member for the subjects: Computer Networks (BSc G), Data Structures (BSc G), Computer Networks (BSc Hons), Data Analysis and Visualization (BSc Hons), Data Mining (BSc Hons), Unix Network Programming (BSc Hons)
  2. Reviewer, Textbook on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for class IX by NCERT, published in Feb 2019

 

Dr. Ajay Jaiswal, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. Furniture Committee
  2. RUSA Coordinator
  3. Website Committee
  4. PGDCSL course Coordinator

·         Member of college committees

  1. Purchase Committee for PGDCSL course
  2. Special invitee in budget and financial assistance committee
  3. Admission committee of department of computer science

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Kronos

·         Events organized

  1. The First International Conference on Information Technology and Knowledge Management (ICITKM-2017), held at SSCBS on 22 – 23 December,
  2. A one-week FDP on Machine Learning: A practical

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Organized Python workshop for faculty and students on 10th and 11th January 2019 with total number of participants as 55
  2. Organized a workshop on Cyber Security in collaboration with Department of Computer Science and Institute of Cyber Security and law on 25th and 26th March 2019 with total participants standing at 110
  3. Organized a workshop on Cyber Security in collaboration with Shaheed Bhagat Singh College(Evening) and Institute of Cyber Security and law on 23rd April 2019 where 100 participants were

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Attended Python workshop on 10th and 11th January 2019
  2. Attended workshop on Cyber Security on 25th and 26th March 2019
  3. Attended workshop on Cyber Security on 23rd April 2019

·         Collaborative Courses

  1. Course Coordinator for certificate course on Data Analytics for Business, Data analysis.

·         Invited Talks/ Events organized

  1. Organized special lectures for PGDCSL students on cyber forensic by Dr. Matthew Simon and Mr. Michael Cai consultants at Magnet forensics Singapore. (February 25, 2019) with 55 total number of participants

·         Other details

  1. Chaired a session on February 21, 2019, in International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering, Technology and Business Management (ICRTETBM 2019) at Amity
  2. Working group member for revision of CBCS syllabus for B.Sc.(H) Computer Science

 

Dr. Shikha Gupta, Assistant Professor

·         Member of College Committees

  1. IQAC- Criterion 7
  2. Internal assessment
  3. Attendance
  4. Annual Report

·         Papers published (with students):

  1. Kundu, S., Agarwal, M., Gupta, S. & Kumar, N. (2018). Discovering Pareto-optimal Process Models: A Comparison of MOEA Techniques. in ACM International Conference on Genetic and Evolutionary Computation Conference (GECCO), H5-index 31

·         Invited talks/Events Organized:

Organized a talk titled “A technical entrepreneur- My journey” by our B.Sc. (H) Computer Science alumni Mr. Aayush Awasthy on 18th February 2019. .18.19

·         Training/ Workshops/Seminars/Conferences/FDPs/Refresher’s Attended:

  1. Nasscom Foundation conducted one hour workshop on WhatsApp ‘Best Practices against Fake Information workshop’ at Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies on April 3, 2019.

 

Dr. Sameer Anand, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. Admissions Committee for Department of Computer Science

·         Member of college committees

  1. Website Committee
  2. Furniture Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies:

  1. Communique

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers organized

  1. Organized Python workshop for faculty and students on 10th and 11th January 2019. No. of participants=55.
  2. Organized a workshop on Cyber Security in collaboration with Shaheed Bhagat Singh College(Evening) and Institute of Cyber Security and law on 23rd April 2019

No. of participants=100

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. Attended Python workshop on 10th and 11th January 2019
  2. Attended workshop on Cyber Security on 23rd April 2019

·         Collaborative Courses

  1. Course Coordinator for certificate course on Data Analytics for Business, Data analysis.

Other Details

  1. Chaired a session on February 21, 2019, in International Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering, Technology and Business Management (ICRTETBM 2019) at Amity
  2. Coordinator – revision of CBCS syllabus for B.Sc.(H) Computer Science for the paper Probability and Statistics for Computer Science

 

Dr. Sonika Thakral, Assistant Professor

·         Member of College Committees

  1. Annual Report Committee
  2. IQAC
  3. Disciplinary Resource Person
  4. Admission Committee
  5. Anti-ragging squad

·         Teacher In-charge of Student Societies

  1. CDC

·         Online courses Attended

  1. Introduction to Parallel Programming in OpenMP (nptel) – August to September 2018.

·         Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/FDPs/Refreshers attended:

  1. FDP on Java programming and fundamentals – July 30 to Aug 3; organized by ICTA in collaboration with Oracle.

·         Invited talks/Events Organized:

  1. ICTA youth talk : August 31, 2018 (4 students shortlisted for state level round)
  2. ICTA power seminar ‘Nurturing graduates on Industry readiness’ Oct 11, 2018 Speakers:

(i)    Saquib khan – Motivational Keynote Speaker & Mindset Coach

A passionate motivational speaker/mind-set coach & counsellor. Have a mission to flip the looser mentality and empower people so that they can achieve what they deserve.

OMGtalk – Your Dream is your Reality

(ii)  Raghava Srinivasan : Regional Head, in ICT Academy (An Initiative of Government of India, State Governments & Industry)

  1. ICTA Cloud literacy day : Oct 13, 2018 (23 students earned Amazon Web Services Inventor Badge with free credit of 75$ each)

 

Mr. Onkar Singh, Assistant Professor

·         Convener/Coordinator of college committees

  1. SC/ST/OBC cell

·         Member of college committees

  1. Canteen and Mess Committee
  2. Disciplinary Committee
  3. Admissions Committee
  4. Anti – Ragging Committee
  5. Time Table Committee

·         Teacher in-charge of student societies

  1. Kronos
  2. CDC
  3. Kartavya

·         Trainings/workshops/seminars/conferences/FDPs/Refreshers attended

  1. FDP on Network Science organised Department of Computer Science from December 3, 2018 to December 8, 2018.

·         Other details

  1. Program Officer, NSS
  2. Liaison Office of the college

 

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 enhancing their skill set is very important.

This year, the members of the administrative staff of the college attended trainings, workshops & seminars.

 

Mr. Surender Kumar Dagar, Assistant

  • Attended a training on ‘Settlement of Pensionary Benefits’ organized by the Directorate of Training, Union Territories Civil Services, 27-28 August 2018.
  • Attended a training on ‘Pay Fixation’ organized by the Directorate of Training, Union Territories Civil Services, 14-15 November
  • Attended a training on ‘RTI Act- Capacity Building’ organized by the Directorate of Training, Union Territories Civil Services, 19-20 December

 

Mr. Pradeep Kumar Verma, Assistant

  • Attended a training on ‘E-Office’ organized by the Directorate of Training, Union Territories Civil Services on 24 September 2018.

 

Mr. Rajinder Singh Jaiswal, Assistant

  • Attended a training on ‘Computer Operations- Advanced Course’ organized by the Directorate of Training, Union Territories Civil Services, 14-16 November 2018.

 

Mr. Sanjay Batra, Junior Assistant

  • Attended a training on ‘Personnel and Establishment Matters’ organized by the Directorate of Training, Union Territories Civil Services, 10-14 December

 

Mr. Surender Kumar Jairath, Administrative Officer

  • Attended a training on ‘RTI Act- Capacity Building’ organized by the Directorate of Training, Union Territories Civil Services, 19-20 December

 

Mr. Basant Lal, Library Attendant

  • Attended a two weeks training on ‘IT Applications in Libraries’ organized by the University of Delhi, 5-19 December

 

Mr. Mohinder Pal, Library Attendant

  • Attended a two weeks training on ‘IT Applications in Libraries’ organized by the University of Delhi, 5-19 December

 

STUDENT AWARDS

The college has instituted a 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, enterprising, creative and willing and capable of bringing in change.

 

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies gold medal is given to the topper of BBA(FIA). This year Akhil Mangla has been awarded this medal.

 

The recipient of the Best All-Round Under-graduate Student Award for the year 2018-19 is Rishabh Bhatia of BMS. He has consistently shown excellent performance in academics as well as extra-curricular activities.

 

The recipient of the Best All-Round Post-graduate Student Award for the year 2018-19 is T. Virajita Sharma of PGDCSL.

 

The college awards the Dr. S.S. Gulshan, Founder Principal’s Gold Medal to the student who secures the highest marks in BMS/B.Sc.(H) Computer Science course in the final year. This  year Disha Batra of BMS and Aditi Chamoli of B.Sc.(H) Computer Science have been awarded this medal.

 

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, Manan Wadhawan has been awarded the scholarship for her performance in 2017-18.

 

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. Nikita Gambhir and Rishabh Bhatia of BMS have been awarded the scholarship during the current year.

 

An award, Vanishree, has been instituted for the best girl student belonging to constitutionally reserved category amongst the final year students of the college. This year the recipient of the award is Mahima Rastogi of BMS.

 

An award, Shri Pooran Mal Award, has been instituted for one best girl and one best boy student of any year belonging to SC/ST 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. This year the award goes to Abhishek Verma of BBA(FIA) and Megha of BMS.

 

Ms. Neha Rajput Gold Medal constituted by her husband Mr. Aman Rajput in her memory. This award is being given to the best female student of HRM paper. This is being awarded to Shreya Ghogar of BMS.

 

Udaan Scholarship Program is given to the topper of B.Sc.(H) Computer Science (Aggregate of the result of III & IV semester marks with family income of less than 3 lacs per annum). This  year award goes to Shaurya Singhal.

 

Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies Gold Medal is given to the topper of BBA(FIA). This year award goes to Akhil Mangla.

 

Prof. O M Agarwal Scholarship is being constituted from this year for an all-round student of the year from amongst the EWS students in the memory of Late Shri Ganpat Ram Agarwal. This year the award goes to Shaurya Singhal of B.Sc.(H) Computer Science.

 

SOCIETY 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 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 & Course

 

Blitz (Western Dance Society)

Abhishek Tomar, BMS

Hemi Kapoor, BMS

CBSMUN (Model United Nations)

Twisha Singh BMS

 

Yashavi Verma BMS

 

Career Development Centre (CDC)

Ishita Narang, BMS

Prateek Bansal, BBA(FIA)

 

Communiqué (Promotion Cell)

Tanush Kasera, BMS

Tanmay Nerchehal, BMS

Convergence

Smriti Rijhwani BMS

 

Crecendo

Vipul Babbar BMS

Kartikey BSc(H) CS

 

DarkRoom (Photography Society)

Aditya Mohan BMS Mohammed Huzaifa BMS

 

DebSoc (Debating Society)

Jatin Gupta, BMS

Mehar Jauhar, BMS

 

Dhwani (Music Society)

Abhijit Krishnan BMS

Anurag Kundra BSc(H) CS

 

Ecovision (Economics Society)

Khushi Tyagi, BMS

Lakshay Aggarwal, BMS

 

Enactus (Entrepreneurial Action Us-SSCBS)

Purvi Gupta BMS

Bhavya Khanduja BBA(FIA)

FinX (Finance Society)

Aayush Gupta, BMS

 

Fourth Wall (Dramatics Society)

Chayan Chopra BBA(FIA)

Kritika Bhati BMS

FMA chapter

Aayush Gupta, BMS

 

Gender Champions

Amit Singh, BMS

Kamya, BMS Vidushi Verma, BMS

 

Grandeur (Consulting and Knowledge Cell)

Bharat Daga BMS

Ishant Bansal BMS

 

Illuminati (Quiz Society)

Sanchit Sharma, BMS

Akshit Goel, BMS

IFSA chapter

Piyush Agarwal, BMS

 

Kartavya (Social Service-NSS Unit-SSCBS)

Rajat Goel, BMS

Sudhanshu Agarwal, BMS

 

Kriti (Fine Arts Society)

Snigdha Verma, BMS Mohini Bindal, BMS

 

Kronos (IT Society)

Saket Misra, B.Sc. (H) CS

Anav Aggarwal, BMS

Lawrence

Niharika kumar, BMS

 

LitSoc (Literary Society)

Alice Austin Barwa, BMS

Vaibhav Sunny Gupta, BMS

 

Mark-It (Marketing Society)

Saaransh Gupta, BMS

Vishesh Garg, BBA(FIA)

 

Nucleus

Akshita Gupta, BMS Nikeeta Garg, BMS

 

Parishram (Sports Society)

HARSH YADAV BBA(FIA)

RAJSHEKHAR GOYAL BBA(FIA)

 

Rotract SSCBS Society

Shivansh Jindal, BMS

Advika Gupta, BMS

 

SSCBS CII YI Chapter

Vanshica Sahni BMS

Arshi Gupta, BMS

 

Synergy (Corporate Events)

Prabhat Agrawal BMS

Riya Aggarwal BMS

 

Verve (Street Play)

Mansi Bhaskar BMS

Vipul Babbar BMS

 

Yuva (Entrepreneurship Cell)

Manav Chaudhary, BMS

Tanmay Jain, BMS

 

PLACEMENT CELL (CDC)

Career Development Centre (CDC), the Placement Cell of SSCBS, serves as an interface between students and recruiters, offering a host of services with respect to placements, internships, live projects, personal counseling, resume building and soft skills development. CDC also organizes, workshops, pre-placement talks, lectures and sessions with industry practitioners and mandates summer internships for second year students which help bring the academic and corporate world closer to them. Placement support is also extended to the alums who are connected to the recruiters looking for experienced professionals.

Placement Officer: Mr. Deepak Tiwari

Faculty in charge: Mr. Tushar Marwaha, Mr. Ramesh Kumar, Dr. Sonika Thukral, Mr. Onkar Singh

 

Final Placements

The Placement Season 2018-19 extended from August 2018 to June 2019 and witnessed 175+ offers extended to approximately 200 registered students. 70+ companies from sectors including consulting, insurance, knowledge services, real estate, media, investment banking, PR, FMCG, IT, shipping, and financial services recruited from our college. Some of our coveted recruiters include Bain Capability Network, FTI Consulting, DE Shaw Group, Boston Consulting Group, EY, KPMG, Deloitte, Grant Thornton, CBRE, Inmobi, Praxis Global, Verity Knowledge Solutions, United Airlines, Ken Research and Wingify. Bain Capability Network and KPMG were the biggest recruiters with 15 and 16 offers respectively. DE Shaw Group extended 11 offers and offered the highest package of INR 18 LPA. The average package was INR 7 LPA and around 80% of the registered students were placed till 10th May 2019.

The Placement Cell also witnessed a surge in the number of companies looking to hire experienced professionals and recruiting great talent from the alumni batches.

 

Summer Internships

Summer internships are an integral part of the courses taught at SSCBS, and some of the prominent recruiters of this year include Goldman Sachs, KPMG, Rocsearch, Cushman and Wakefield, Sattva Consulting, SBI, CBRE and CarDekho.

A thorough two level evaluation and feedback process was used to evaluate the internship reports on the basis of Objective, scope & methodology, Data analysis & analytical skills, Unique contributions & findings, Ability to discuss methodology & findings , Report writing & presentation. This initiative was thought on the line of branding best of our students in front of the corporate world. Due to the positive feedback received from the industry, Kantar Group and DGM Marketing of Pepsico Bottling have agreed to connect us with their campus recruitment team.

In order to encourage students further, the college recognizes the top 3 internship project reports each year. This year, the following students are being recognized (with a trophy and a certificate) for their internship activities:

  1. Aayush Gupta (Interned at Deloitte Touche Tomatsu India)
  2. Piyush Aggarwal (Interned at Grant Thornton India)
  3. Ragini Jetly (Interned at Ernst and Young)

Additionally, the following students will receive a certificate for their commendable work: Aditya Mathur, Deesha Prakash, Nimratt Singh, Riya Aggarwal, Rishi Rishav Verma, Rishabh Bhatia, Tushar Jain

Other Initiatives

  1. Workshops and Seminars: Sessions hosted by third year students placed at prominent companies were organized for the first and second year students covering topics such as resume building, case interviews, guesstimates and quantitative finance. A session by Ms. Harleen Chadha was also organized on the theme ‘Unleash the Leader Within’. KPMG India organized the semi-final round of their KICC competition at SSCBS.
  2. Orientation for Placement and Internship Season 2019-20 was organised on 22nd April
  3. Buddy Project aims to support second year students preparing for placements by seeking the assistance of the third-year placed
  4. Placement Support through consolidated support material for the students provide an insight to the psychology of the recruiters in addition to the kind of questions the students may be

VALUE-ADDED COURSES

In addition to the curriculum, the college has taken initiatives for enhancing the employability, presentation and communication skills of the students. This year, following alumni of the college, visited the campus to interact with students:

  • Sandeep Thapliyal (MD, Avendus Finance) – 11/1/19 – Batch of 1991
  • Arindam Som (Analyst, India Ratings and Research) – 21/1/19 – Batch of 2006
  • Amardeep Singh (KPMG) – 31/1/19 – Batch of 2016

 

Various other value-added courses imparting transferable and life skills were offered including

 

  • Workshop on Python for faculty and students
  • Workshop on Cyber Security (in collaboration with Department of Computer Science and ICSL)
  • Special lecture on Cyber Forensics for PGDCSL students

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 see 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.

The alumni association (CBSAA) serves as a ground for regular alumni-student interaction and training and learning interactions with our alumni.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat, Mr. Amit Kumar, Dr. Anuja Mathur, Ms. Kavita Rastogi, Mrs. Kishori Ravi Shankar, Dr. Sonika Thakral (List of achievements, sponsors, prize winners and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 8)

 

COLLABORATIVE COURSES

NCCMP (with NSE)

In 2018-19, the 12th and 13th 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. 44 students are enrolled in the 12th batch and 41 students are enrolled in the 13th batch. 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 Financial Modelling 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 efforts of the faculty coordinator are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kumar Bijoy.

 

Certificate Course on Applied Financial Technology

The Certificate Course on Applied Financial Technology at Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, Delhi is jointly offered in association with YStart Innovation Labs under academic guidance of Department of Financial Studies (South Campus, University of Delhi). This 40-hours Course has been designed by YStart Innovation Labs under the academic direction of Department of Financial Studies (University of Delhi, South Campus) and University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, Scotland). The Course aims to make the students aware about the fast emerging technological disruptions in the field of financial technology (FinTech) by means of industry professionals and subject matter experts.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Kumar Bijoy.

 

Certificate Course on Data Analytics for Business

Data analysis is the need of hour. Today different organizations are generating huge amount of data without knowing how to make use of it for their benefit. Machine learning methods and statistical techniques have been used to develop predictive models from existing data to forecast future outcomes. This course is designed to impart knowledge of machine learning and statistical methods for data analysis. The first batch comprised of 38 students.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Ajay Jaiswal, Dr. Sameer Anand.

 

SPECIAL LECTURES/SEMINARS/WORKSHOPS/FDP’S ORGANIZED BY THE COLLEGE

  1. Organized a Special Lecture on Analysis of Financial Statements by Mr. J.P. Mehrotra on April 9, 2019 from 11-12 noon in the Seminar Hall of the college for the students BBA(FIA), I- A, and I-B.
  2. Organized a session on gender sensitisation by pratyush ralhan, advocate Delhi High Court and Sreevats ,CA
  3. Organized a session on career opportunities in blogging by Tanmay mehra, editor ED time
  4. Organized a session on Art of startups by Jatin srivastava, CA
  5. Organized a session on Power of power dressing by Kumud sareem, celebrity visualiser; Anuj lalwani, celebrity fashion stylist; and Dr. Varun Katyal, celebrity grooming expert
  6. Organized a talk in college by Mr. Amardeep on “Business Valuation” (Lex Bolsteer Global LLP) on 21st Jan 2019
  7. Organized a talk held on 14th March 2019 by Mr. Nitin Ravi Career Expert BYJU’S on “Profile Building, Resume Improvement & Aptitude Exams “
  8. Organized a talk on 5th April 2019 by Career Expert BYJU’S on “Profile Building, Resume Improvement & Aptitude Exams“
  9. Organized a talk on 12th March by Mr. Arks Srinivas National Head, MBA Preparation Career Launcher on “Opportunities after college”
  10. A talk held on 13th March by Mr. Bharat Education Associate Career Launcher on “Opportunities after ”
  11. Organized of Faculty Development program on “Use of Contemporary Research tool and Analysis Software used in Research” at SSCBS from 4th-6th May
  12. Organized a talk “Know Your Rights” by Josh Talk for students of SSCBS, DU on February 14, 2019.
  13. Organized a talk by Gp Cap Kamal Sharma on “Supply Chain Management: a Vignette and Challenges in Military Aviation” on Feb 18th 2019 for 3rd year BMS and BBA(FIA) students
  14. Organized a talk by Mr. Manoj Sharma Asst. Director, Ministry of Corporate Affairs on “Anatomy of Corporate Fraud: IF&FS FIASCO” on March 14th
  15. Organized a talk on “Exploring Human Resource Management in the changing Business Environment” on 14th February 2019 at SSCBS. The speaker for the talk was Professor V. K. Shrotriya, Department of Commerce, University of Delhi
  16. Organized a series of talk on various topics of Management Accounting by Mr. Christian Davis, Finance Business partner at University of Edinburg, 11th march to 15th March
  17. Organized a workshop on ” How to create wealth smartly” – Investor awareness program
  18. Organized a workshop on “Risk management in Start-ups” for BBA FIA 3rd year and BMS 3rd year students on Sep 20 and Sep 27,
  19. Organized a seminar “Social Revolution 2” by
  20. Organised talk on “Imagination, Execution and Modelling of Supply Chain Management at TATA STEEL” by Amrendra Kumar, Head, Partnerships & Supply Chain Management on 12th April,
  21. Organized a talk on Technical Analysis and Live Trading
  22. MBA as a career path and the myths surrounding it
  23. Organized a talk on Overseas education opportunities
  24. Organized a talk on Your journey from campus to corporate and resume writing
  25. Organized one week Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Machine Learning with Data Analytics held at SSCBS, DU in association with International Conference on Innovative Computing and Communication (ICICC) from July 15 to July 20,
  26. A talk held on 11th February 2019 by Mr. Prabhash Chandra Professor, Finance IILM-GSM on “Financial Market “
  27. A talk held on26th February 2019 on “University Game theory and Law”, Speakers : Prof. (Dr.) Sreejith S.G Associate Professor and Vice Dean and Executive Director O.P. Jindal Global, Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra Assistant Professor & Assistant Dean, Director of Law Admissions
  28. Organized Workshop on “Media Careers of Tomorrow in the Digital World”, conducted by Ujjawal K. Choudhary, head of School of Media at Pearl Academy on Feb 13, 2019 at
  29. Organized Workshop on ‘Best practices against fake information’ co-curated by WhatsApp and NASSCOM Foundation. On Apr 3, 2019 at SSCBS, Akash Ganga Auditorium
  30. Organized Python workshop for faculty and students on 10th and 11th January 2019 with total number of participants as 55
  31. Organized a workshop on Cyber Security in collaboration with Department of Computer Science and Institute of Cyber Security and law on 25th and 26th March 2019 with total participants standing at 110
  32. Organized a workshop on Cyber Security in collaboration with Shaheed Bhagat Singh College (Evening) and Institute of Cyber Security and law on 23rd April 2019 where 100 participants were
  33. Organized a talk on “A technical entrepreneur- My journey” by Mr. Aayush Awasthy for Computer Science 2nd year students
  34. Organized a ICTA youth talk : August 31, 2018 (4 students shortlisted for state level round)
  35. Organized a ICTA power seminar ‘Nurturing graduates on Industry readiness’ Oct 11, 2018 Speakers: Saquib khan – Motivational Keynote Speaker & Mindset Coach and Raghava Srinivasan : Regional Head, in ICT Academy (An Initiative of Government of India, State Governments & Industry)

 

GENDER CHAMPION PROGRAM

Under the Gender Champions Programme of University of Delhi, three students- Amit Singh, Kamya and Vidushi Verma from BMS 2A were nominated as the gender champions of College for the current session 2018-19.

During the year a talk on “Gender Sensitization” was organized that was delivered and moderated by Pratyush Ralhan, Advocate, Delhi High Court to make the students aware of their rights. The esteemed speaker enlightened the college students about the difference between gender and biological sex, sexual harassment & definition of it by law. Talk briefly discussed the cases of sexual harassment happened in the past and the laws passed after those cases. The teachers of SSCBS also actively participated in the talk. Approximately 150 students attended the talk.

Apart from this talk, film screening was used as a tool to spread awareness and enhance understanding of sexual harassment and its consequences. Short films on topics of gender sensitization, sexual harassment at workplace, Indian laws and guidelines related to sexual harassment were shown in classrooms in several batches of 40-50 students each.

Faculty In-charge(s): Dr. Preeti R Singh and Dr. Mona Verma

 

COLLEGE FUNCTIONS

College Orientation

The college organized an Orientation session to introduce the new batch of students admitted to the college in July 2018. The Orientation session was organized on 20th July 2018. The new batch was welcomed and was introduced to the entire college fraternity. Respective Head of Departments delivered a session to make new batch aware of the course details, functioning of college and teaching faculty. Non-teaching staff was also introduced by the team. It was further highlighted in the Orientation Session that from this year onwards students can avail hostel facility as per the capacity of the seats available in the hostel. Students were informed that the zero tolerance to ragging is strictly obeyed in the college and in the hostel. The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

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

(List of student organising committee enclosed in Annexure 5)

 

Freshers Welcome

SSCBS gave a welcome to the freshers by hosting the freshers’ party, on 14th September 2018. The theme of the Freshers Party was – Bollywood. Student members of the dance & music societies of SSCBS performed at the event. 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: Amit Kumar and, Neeraj Kumar Sherawat. (List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 5)

 

Farewell for the Graduating Batch

Safarnama 2019 – The college farewell, with the theme – “Down The Memory Lane” helped the outgoing batch cherish their last week in the college. The farewell for the outgoing batch was organised on 16th April 2019. The outgoing batch was entertained with performances by the music and dance societies of the college. The outgoing batch dressed in Indian attire was entertained by the master of ceremonies. 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: Amit Kumar, Neeraj Kumar Sherawat. (List of student organising committee enclosed in Annexure 5)

 

Crescendo – The College Festival

The annual cultural fest of SSCBS took place on 5th & 6th March, 2019. LGBT was decided as  the theme of the event to promote acceptance of the changing legal dynamics. It also embellished the position of college Media partners like Pixel Bugs, Neembu Soda, Pixeology, etc., helped in event coverage. Major sponsors included SBI, Nescafe, MX Player, Denver and so on leading to a sense of collaboration with corporate world. The highlights of the events were the amazing Star Nights. On the First day we had our Neon Themed Star Night with the wonderful jam of the two great DJs VanMoon and Ankee who lit the stage on fire with their post-modern artistic impressions. On the second day we had our Band themed Night with featured Astiva Band. The team raised a sponsorship of Rs. 6,97,500 for the event.

Eminent Guests: DJ VanMoon, DJ Ankee, Astitva Band, Faezeh Jalani, Neel Chaudhary, Avijit Dutt, Prabhash Chandra, Prof. (Dr.) Sreejith S.G, Prof. Anand Prakash Mishra, Nitin Ravi.

The efforts of the coordinators and volunteers are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr Tarannum Ahmad, Ms Kavita Rastogi, Dr Mona Verma, Dr Sanjay Kumar Goyal.

(List of prize winners, sponsors, student team members is enclosed in Annexure-6)

 

CONVERGENCE – The Annual National Corporate Convention

Convergence is a platform for eminent speakers from various walks of life come together to inspire and imbue budding leaders to bring about a paradigm shift in their lives. The annual leadership summit of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, held on 31 October 2018. This year Convergence came up with a powerful theme “Metamorphosis of ideas” – the process of transformation of larva into a beautiful butterfly is known as metamorphosis.

Session I: The Power Within

Speakers: Mr. Divyanshu Damani, Founder, The Soch Network, Video Blogger and Social Media Influencer; Mr. Braj Mohan Das, Indian Mystic and Motivator, A Master in Quantum Physics [M.S University of Illinois, Chicago] and a B.Tech [IIT, Mumbai].

Session II: Changing Currents

Speakers: Mr. Varun Gandhi, Member of Parliament; Mr. Saket Modi, CEO Luceidus Tech; Retd. Lt. Gen VK Chaturvedi, Consultant: Indian Defence, Former Chairman and Managing Director of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India (NPCIL) and the recipient of the prestigious Padmashree Award; Digital Prateek, Social Media Educator.

Session III: Prism of Possibilities

Speakers: Mr. Raj Shamani, UN Representative, Entrepreneur, International Ted X speaker and among the top 5 young influencers in India; Mr. Harsh Vibhandik, Social Entrepreneur; Ms. Juhi Garg, Co-founder, ED Times.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Rohini Singh, Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh, Dr. H.K. Porwal, and Ms. Kishori Ravishankar

(List of speakers, sponsors, media partners and student team members is enclosed in Annexure

-7)

 

COLLEGE SOCIEITIES

With over 30 different societies, SSCBS offers an avenue for almost every area of interest.

 

Alumni Relations and Outreach Cell

AROC is the official alumni engagement and networking cell of SSCBS. The cell plays an integral role in connecting our alumni to the brand that holds memories of a lifetime. This year the Alumni meet was held in the college premises on February 24, 2019. AROC also organized an Alumni Lecture Series where the faculty and the students could benefit from the experience of Sandeep Thapliyal (MD, Avendus Finance) Batch of 1991, Arindam Som (Analyst, India Ratings and Research) Batch of 2006, and Amardeep Singh (KPMG) Batch of 2016.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sehrawat, Mr. Amit Kumar, Dr. Anuja Mathur, Ms.

Kavita Rastogi, Mrs. Kishori Ravi Shankar, Dr. Sonika Thakral

(List of achievements, sponsors, prize winners and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 8)

 

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. The society through its endeavours and events bridges the gap between what lies on our resume and the placements we finally achieve.

Anthropos organised INCEPTRA on 21st February 2019 and also Mock Interview on 23rd October 2018. Sponsorship of Rs 2,000 (cash) was raised for the event. Four events were organised under INCEPTRA- Deem Dilemma; Longshot; Research Paper Competition and Memoir.

The event had eminent guests which also served as the judges for the events- Ms Chavi Pandey(HR manager, Phoenix group), Mr. Vibhas Mandal(Strategic Corporate HR, IFFCO Kishan Sanchar Ltd.), Ms. Madhu Totla (Assistant Professor at SSCBS), Mr. Rishi Rajan Sahay(Assistant Professor at SSCBS) to name a few.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Kunjana Malik, Dr. Gurjeet Kaur and Mr Abhimanyu Verma

(List of achievements, sponsors, prize winners and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 9)

 

BLITZ – The Western Dance Society

The society is a platform for student dance enthusiasts and brings together all dance forms from all over the world. Our vision is to provide an opportunity to students to pursue their interest in dance. Some of the major competitions the team has participated in are at GGSIPU, JIMS, Indraprastha Engineering College, IIT Kanpur, and University of Delhi colleges among others.

As part of Crescendo, the college festival, the team organised ENCORE 2019- Western Dance Competition on March 6, 2019, which saw huge participation from varied numerous colleges. The judges for the event were Mr Shivam Kumar and Mr Nitin Theo.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Mr. Abhimanyu Verma, Ms Paridhi, and Dr. Gurjeet Kaur

(List of achievements, prize winners, student team members is enclosed in Annexure 10)

 

CBS Model United Nations (CBSMUN)

The society organises Model United Nations which sees keen participation from the University. MUN aims to bring school and college students together and give them a platform to put forth their views and ideas about the recent issues. MUN conference teaches participants speaking, debating and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork and leadership abilities. Participating students develop confidence, get an opportunity to practice research, public speaking, teamwork, negotiation and writing skills in a safe and structured environment. The students of the society attend and win various simulations at university as well as national level. The CBSMUN was held on April 11-12, 2019. The eminent guests serving as the judges for the event was: Brigadiar Ramesh Balan

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Hamendra Kumar Porwal, Mr. Raj Kumar, Ms. Rohini Singh

(List of prize winners, particiapnts sponsors, and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 11)

 

COMMUNIQUE – The Promotion Cell

Communiqué, the Public Relations Cell of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, is one of its historical societies and is inextricably linked with SSCBS. It is dedicated unilaterally towards establishing and promoting SSCBS as the eminent and globally prestigious brand that it is. It strives to reinforce the utmost regard and esteem that the college is held in through its various initiatives which have an all-encompassing and diverse reach, from school students and teachers to alumni.

The society held three events namely, (i) Prodigy XII: Helm of Hazard, (ii) The Great Development Predicament: an online simulation, and (iii) Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR) Event

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

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

(List of speakers, sponsors, achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure- 12)

 

DARKROOM – The Photography Society

The Darkroom is the Visual Arts Society of SSCBS. It covers the three realms of visual arts- Photography, Graphic Designing and Film Making. The society organised Cynosure- the annual flagship event of the society on 6th March 2019. Two competitions were held at the event Photography Revolution, a multi-level on the spot photography competition & Design Revolution, an online graphic designing competition.

The team participated and won in various team as well as individual competitions held by various colleges. The society has 16 achievements to its credit.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Mrs. Shalini Prakash and Mrs. Kavita Rastogi.

(List of achievements, Prize winners, and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-13)

 

DebSoc – The Debating Society

The CBS Debating Society, or simply the ‘DebSoc’, is an esteemed society dedicated to thought provocation and public speaking. It seeks to provide an engaging debating environment going beyond the confines of a classroom, on the foundations of critical thought and constant learning with discussions on several world issues. It organized two successful events- The CBS Parliamentary Debate, and The JIMS-CBS Conventional Debate. The sponsorship raised for the events was Rs 55,000.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Tushar Marwaha

(List of achievements, prize winners, sponsors and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-14)

 

DHWANI – The Music Society

The music society of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies has been active in the music circuit for the past 12 years. Dhwani society organised Octaves 2019 its annual music festival, as a part of Crescendo, the annual cultural fest of the college. The event saw participation from music societies of LSR, Stephens, DTU, Gargi, Venkateswara, JMC Miranda to name a few. The event was a success in bringing together variety of genres of music and various talented musicians who harmonized their way into the hearts of the audience members. The event was a glorious success and a  retrospective of musical talent that left the hearts of the audience members mesmerized.

Dhwani has participated and won at 14 competitions held at IIT Delhi, IIT Bombay, JMC, DTU, AIIMS, IIIT Delhi, OP Jindal, St. Stephens to name a few.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Sanjay Kumar Goyal, Dr. Ashima Arora and Mrs. Paridhi Saini (List of achievements, prizes, and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-15)

 

ECOVISION – The Economics Society

Throughout the year, ECOVISION, the Economics society of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, conducts various Knowledge Sharing Sessions, participates in many inter college and national level competitions, uncoils dubious economics and finance concepts through weekly digest ‘Demystify’, and undertakes diverse live projects. It also conducts the flagship Economics event of the college.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. HK Porwall, Mr. Raj Kumar, Mr. Rashid, Mr. Ravi Yadav, Ms.

Vijaylakshmi

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

 

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 motto is to create self- sustainable business models, run by local entrepreneurs, with a scalable revenue model leading to social upliftment of the community. The aim is to empower the marginalised communities by enabling them to acquire a range of skills and utilise them for their own sustenance and livelihood. Enactus SSCBS is currently running the following projects

Project Raahat Due to a policy change by the Delhi government in January 2018, charging for toilets was made illegal. We were reimbursed by the Delhi government for expenses on the site. This work reduced our interventions and removed the entrepreneurial aspect from Raahat. We therefore took a backseat, and in November, had handed our sites to the entrepreneurs who were now getting direct payment from the government for running these toilet complexes. It was completely sustainable and was being run independently, without our intervention. Now, with a vision to make the model of Raahat accessible to all across the country, we created Standard Operating Procedures that were published in Amazon.

 

Project Khidki experienced great growth this year. A new product “the khidki bar” was launched in October. A cookie was developed to cross subsidize our work, and therefore provide high priced products at a heater price to the poor. A range of new products like soya sticks and healthy chakna are ready to be launched, as a way to target the salty food market as well. These products were sold in the colleges and at metro stations. B2B partnerships for these products like Tejas Asia, St. Stephens Hospital, construction companies, etc. were also established.

 

Project Udaan, which was started in 2015 with the mission to create a wave of digital literacy in rural India by setting up computer labs that utilise e-waste and build sustainable business models that empower women, was successfully delinked in year 2017-18. Another Udaan lab center in Kot was opened. A new course, HS-CIT, a Haryana government computer certified course was also introduced. The students studying in the lab we’re now given not only Udaan certificate but also an HD-CIT certificate. By December, all the labs in Kot and Khurrampur were delinked.

 

New projects:

Project AVYA: A community based approach, aims to provide potable water solutions to urban slum communities by developing low cost, customised household filtration systems. This project was inaugurated on 31st March 2019 by the Dr. Udit Raj, Minister of Parliament.

Project PRAVAAH: It aims to provide holistic clean air solutions to each section of the society at affordable cost and enabling the skilled unemployed youth to raise their own livelihood. This Project will begin by the end of March.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Anuja Mathur, Mr Amit Kumar, Mr. Neeraj K Sehrawat  and  Mr Tushar Marwaha

(List of speakers, sponsors, organising committee, achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-17)

 

FinX – The Finance Society

FinX is the finance society of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies and is the oldest active society in the college. It functions with the objective of disseminating financial knowledge and conducting breakthrough competitions and simulations.

FinWiz is the official finance festival of SSCBS. It includes several events including financial simulations based on international trading, supply chain management, rading of various financial instruments, startup funding and entrepreneurship alongwith the mockstock, a stock market simulation. Finwiz 19 was held on 7th and 8th February 2019.

 

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

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

(List of prize winners, sponsors, achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-18 )

 

FMA International

FMA International University of Delhi (DU) is the first Indian chapter of the FMA in the Indian territory– and shall cater to the region of Delhi-NCR. As a student community, the primary objective of FMA DU would be to aid the academic and professional growth of its members through continuous exposure to the corporate and professional working environment. The chapter has initiated the following work during the year:

  1. Collaborated with Alpha Investment and Research Club of FMS, DU for assisting them with their Investment Fund involving training related to valuation and stock market
  2. Worked with CIMA extensively to launch senior management events in
  3. Formed the FMA Business and Faculty Advisory Boards with prominent leaders from Corporates and renowned
  4. Initiated a financial blog to discuss about the recent happenings in the
  5. Started a series ‘Term of the Day’ on FB

 

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

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

(List of speakers, sponsors, organising committee, achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-19)

 

FOURTH WALL – The Dramatics Society

Fourth Wall Productions, the Dramatics society of SSCBS, primes and enables theatrical leaders to raise the standard of this performing art. The society held two events:

 

Raasa – the Annual Theatre Festival of Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies, University of Delhi, witnesses’ theatre practitioners from different societies from the Delhi University who perform their annual productions in the event. This year, Raasa saw participation from 40 colleges from across the University, out of which 5, namely, Sri Venkateswara College, Shaheed Bhagat Singh Evening College, Ramjas College, CVS, SGTB Khalsa, were shortlisted for the festival. As a non-competitive event, the festival celebrates the spirit of the art form.

This year, the event was organized on 5th and 6th March 2019 in SSCBS auditorium. Eminent personalities namely Avijit Dutt, Neel Chaudhuri, Faezeh Jalali, Anirudh Nair, Swati Simha, Sahil Verma and Vijay Verma were invited as the jury panel for the event.

A cumulative sponsorship of Rs. 1,20,000 – Rs. 20,00 in cash and Rs. 1,00,000 in kind, was raised.

The Shoemaker’s Wonderful Wife – (in association with Instituto Cervantes) The play ‘The Shoemaker’s Wonderful Wife’ in collaboration with the Spanish Cultural Centre, was prepared and performed at Instituto Cervantes Nueva Delhi on 7th, 8th and 9th September 2019.

 

Achievement of the Society:

The home production Rizwaan got selected for Thespo 20 – India’s Biggest Youth Theatre Festival as one of the top 8 plays selected Pan-India. The team performed at Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai and received acclamation from the entire theatre circuit. The team also performed at OverAct Alternative Theatre Space, Versova.

Additionally, the team has participated and won awards at a number of competitions. 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

The knowledge and consultancy cell of the college, aims at inculcating knowledge among the students in the field of management, economics, law, technology, environment and other interdisciplinary fields. The cell collaborates with corporates for live projects with the aim to provide students with practical experience for better career opportunities while providing insights to the industry.

List of Event(s) held in the year:

  1. Ranneeti – An online case study competition organised for the students of First year to provide them an insightful glimpse of the domain of Consultancy, Strategy and Analysis. The event was organizes in July 2018.
  2. Session on Supply Chain Management by Mr. Amrendra Kumar (Head Partnerships and Supply Chain, TATA Steel). The event was organized on April 11,

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

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

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

 

IFSA NETWORK INDIA

IFSA is an international student run organization with chapters in colleges across the globe. The society organises Model United Nations which sees keen participation from the University.

IFSA Network India completed its first successful operations this concluding academic year. This year marked the commencement of IFSA Investment Fund, one of the very first investment fund by an undergraduate college in India which allowed its members to explore the intricacies of the financial markets. The network added many laurels in its journey by qualifying for the prestigious Global Case Competition organized by Harvard University as the only Asian team in the top 10. The members represented India as a finalist at McGill Management International Case Competition. The members secured 1st and 3rd position at University Challenge 2019 organized by Duff & Phelps.

 

Projects Completed

  • Six Global Reports with Liga de Investimentos, University of Rio De Janeiro
  • Live Project with Armory Square Ventures on the scope of Online Travel Agency (OTA) and public loans
  • Live Project with Mudraksh & McShaw Advisory LLP on determining the re-entry and exit range of stocks using Technical Analysis
  • Live Project with Mudraksh & McShaw Advisory LLP on global oil price outlook using demand-supply projections

The effort of the faculty coordinator is highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Mr. Neeraj Kumar Sherawat, Mr.Amit Kumar

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

 

ILLUMINATI – The Quiz Society

Illuminati is the Quizzing Society with more than 100 laurels including various national level competitions. The society organized “Quizfest”, which comprises of the circuit’s only QuizBowl. The effort of the faculty coordinator is highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Tushar Marwaha, Rishi Rajan Sahay

(List ofPrize winners, achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 23)

 

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

Kartavya-the social service forum and NSS Unit of SSCBS that undertakes various projects and activities during the year with the aim of upliftment and betterment of the society. The objectives of the society are:

  • To identify the needs and problems of the community and assist in problem solving
  • To inculcate a sense of social responsibility in the student
  • To make the student community an active agent of change in the process of development of the lesser privileged sections of the
  • To gain skills in mobilizing community participation. Major events organised were:
  • Viti-Diwali Mela – the Diwali Mela of SSCBS. The Diwali Mela is organised by the NSS Unit in colleges of University of
  • Vivanté- the annual philanthropic event of SSCBS organized blood donation camps, free health check-up camps, zumba, workshops for underprivileged children, collection

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Onkar Singh, Pratibha Maurya, Ravi Yadav, and Satish Kumar Goel (List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure 24)

 

KRITI – The Fine Arts Society

KRITI is The Fine Arts Society of SSCBS. It attempts to change the way in which fine arts are seen by the majority. 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. The event which was organized on 5th & 6th March 2019 for offline competition saw participation from students of more than 35 colleges which helped promote the college’s brand name. The team members have 9 achievements to their credit.

The eminent guests serving as the judges for the event were: Mr. Daljit Singh, Ms. Sadhika Gupta, Ms. Shikha Joshi, Ms. Deepti Chadha

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Shalini Prakash and Anamika Gupta.

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

 

KRONOS – The IT Society

Kronos is the tech society of SSCBS. It organizes various workshops ike Photoshop, cloud computing, web and app development. This year, the society held the following events: Session by Landmark, hackCBS, Sanganak. HackCBS, the annual festival of Kronos was organized on October 27-28, 2018.

The eminent guests serving as the judges for the event were:

  1. Gaurav Arora: Sr. Consultant/ Practice Lead GRC – ECS
  2. Rubal Jain: Principal Security Consultant – Enterprise Customer Service
  3. Aditya Chaudhary: Sr. Security Engineer | Enterprise Customer Service
  4. Harshit Sharma: Infosec Trainer
  5. Anshul Pandey: Sr. Associate, Business Development

 

Efforts of the faculty coordinators are appreciated.

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

(List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure 26)

 

LAWRENCE – The Law Society

Lawrence, the official law forum of SSCBS was formed with the aim of creating awareness and disseminating knowledge about an aspect that form the very core of our democracy, and yet is largely ignored by citizens: our laws. The law forum teaches how to respond in the right manner legally, tell about how things happen in the society and the legal aspects related to it. Jurisprudence, is the annual flagship event of Lawrence and was conducted on 14 March, 2019 in the college premises. The event this year saw a footfall of 200+ students from the colleges including USLLS, Hans Raj, UILMS, et cetera from both management and law background.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Madhu Totla, Kishori Ravi Shankar, Vijay Lakshmi and Anusha Goel. (List of prize winners and team members is enclosed in Annexure 27)

 

LitSoc – The Literary Society

The Literary Society of SSCBS is a society of literary enthusiasts and is the place to go if you want to hear someone randomly quote Shakespeare or sprout beautiful poetry at the drop of a hat. The events held by the society include:

Bibliotheca – Bibliotheca’19, held on 5th-6th March, witnessed participation of talented literary enthusiasts who mesmerized us with their beautiful poems, the human books who shared their heartfelt stories, the pop culture quiz which made us reminisce our memories and the online writing competition which created not one but many beautiful alternative worlds.

Weaving Worlds: An online short story writing competition with the theme of ‘What Could Have Been’ which has over 100 entries from colleges all over DU was held on 4th March, 2019 Swacchta Pakhwada: An article writing competition, held on 14th September, 2019 was organised in association with the Ministry of HRD, which aimed at improving awareness about cleanliness and the importance of sanitation.

·         Achievements and Accolades:

  • The society is currently curating the annual magazine of SSCBS, which will include articles and poetry written by our students, a detailed catalogue of the societies functioning in our college and a yearbook for the batch of 2016-2019.
  • The society also published it’s first anthology of short stories, written by numerous authors of DU and edited by members of the society, and is currently working on curating a sequel for the
  • The society assisted the faculty in curating the presentation for the official orientation presented at the commencement of the session, which was presented in front of our esteemed chief guests that included our Honorable CM, Mr.

The members of the society have won a number of awards at various Literary quiz, debate competition, poetry event.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Tushar Marwah, Dr. Nidhi Kesari, Dr. Rishi Rajan Sahay. (List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-28)

 

Mark-It – The Marketing Society

The Marketing Society undertakes activities with the objective to foster a learning environment and enhancing skills of future marketing gurus. Mark-It is a brand recognized across Delhi University owing to its presence across Delhi through its Ambassador Programme and chapters across different colleges. The society has participated and won many competitions.

Excelsior, the annual Marketing cum Management fest organized by Mark-It was held on 29th and 30th January, 2019, involving participation of students across many reputed universities. The event is further divided into four different sub-events, namely, Best Manager, Corporate Strategy, HR-PR and The Marketers. Four zonal offline prelims were conducted across Delhi. Online prelims were conducted for around 3000 registrations, of which 200 were shortlisted for the final on campus rounds. It is a one of its kind event in the entire Delhi University circuit and participants are put through extremely rigorous and stressful tasks over a period of two days.

Eminent Guests: Chief Guest- Mr. Sushil Verma, Senior VP, MakeMyTrip The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Preeti Rajpal Singh and Ms Anusha Goel

(List of prize winners and team members is enclosed in Annexure 29)

 

NUCLEUS – THE Analytics and Visualization Society

Nucleus, The Analytics Society of SSCBS, the first of its kind in the DU circuit aims to explore the world of data analytics and visualization, operations research, business intelligence and machine learning among others. It is committed to learning and self- development. Nucleus held its annual fest, Analytics Conclave comprising of Workshop and Online Analytics Case Competition on March 13, 2019 with two eminent speakers gracing the event.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. M.R. Anand (Principal Economic Advisor, Ministry of Communication) was our keynote speaker for the event who took a session on Digital Economy (The Role of Analytics). The session helped students gain deeper insight into the Digital India initiative. Having worked in the government machinery, he had deep knowledge of the plans being envisioned to turn India into a digital economy.

Industry Expert: Mr. Vibhu Goenka (Senior Engagement Manager, EXL Analytics), the second speaker for the day, conducted a 6-hour long session on Business Analytics. The workshop was focused on highlighting the application of data analysis tools. Mr Goenka emphasized how the key players in nearly all the industries rely on big data to draw resonate with the preferences of the end users.

 

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Incharg(es): Dr. Amrina Kausar, Dr. Gurjeet Kaur, and Dr. Abhishek Tandon (List of student achievement and student members in Annexure-30)

 

PARISHRAM – The Sports Society

Parishram – the sports society which focuses on different sports like cricket, football, kabaddi and other. We conduct intra college competitions every semester to encourage our students to participate and showcase their talents in sports along with academics. Our long-term goal is to build     a     healthy     and     energetic     sports     culture     and     environment      in      CBS. The team organized Kabaddi, Football, Volleyball, CCL. The team also organized the sports day – Adrenalin on 27th& 28th March 2019 (college ground & indoor hall).

 

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated. Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Mona Verma and Ms. Madhu Totla (List of student team members is enclosed in Annexure-31).

 

ROTARACT SSCBS

Rotaract is the youth wing of Rotary International, which is a renowned global network of 1.2 million neighbours, friends, leaders and problem solvers across the globe. Rotaract Club of SSCBS was incepted in the college in the month of October’ 18 and aims at bringing social changes with efficient scalability. Rotaract SSCBS was adjudged the “Best Rotaract Club” in District 3012 for the month of January 2019.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

It held its Annual Corporate Event INTEMPORUS on 15th and 16th February 2018.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Anuja Mathur and Dr. Gurjeet Kaur

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

 

SYNERGY – The Corporate Events Society

As the corporate society of the college, Synergy aims to bridge the gap between young management students and the corporate industry, so that when the students of SSCBS venture into the corporate world, they are well prepared. The society organizes an intense brainstorming session, akin to those conducted in big companies, to come up with a new theme each year for their event. Through its annual corporate event, and by taking up live projects, social projects, participating in competitions, and communicating with the corporates, Synergy marks CBS on the map, promoting its brand image as a prominent undergraduate B-School with intensive corporate fests and an institute where we develop the practical skills that we cannot learn from textbooks. It held its Annual Corporate Event ORACULUM 2019 on 28 February & 1 March 2019 at SSCBS, DU.

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Ms. Kishori Ravi Shankar, Dr. Rohini Singh, Dr. H.K. Porwal (List of achievements and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-33)

 

VERVE – The Street Play Society

Verve, the street play society of the college is a group of enthusiastic group of people with an aim to raise concerns that matter, making everyone realize the immense power they possess, the power to raise voices against injustice, to go against the conventions that weigh us down and breaking perceptions to initiate a movement and initiate a process of change. The society comprises of research based theatre and education of audience through the medium of artistic inspiration.

In the academic year 2018-2019, Verve produced its Annual Street Play Production ‘Emotional Atyachaar’, dealing with the issue of mental illnesses arising out of distressed relationships. The play was performed on more than 40 occasions. To promote non competitiveness and to reach the most relevant audience, the play was performed at more than 20 public locations.

On 11th April, 2019, Verve performed its second Street Play Production ‘Vote Tu-De’ in  Shaheed Sukhdev College of Business Studies under ‘Voter’s Awareness’ campaign by Election Commission with the motive of encouraging youth to actively participate in the voting process during the general elections 2019.

To promote the ideals of non-competitiveness and social awareness, Verve organised 12th Edition of its Annual Event, Manthan 2019- An International Street Theatre Festival, from 22nd February, 2019- 2nd April, 2019. During this period, More than 160 street theatre performances, involving 3000 artists, were organised across 13 countries like Nigeria, Kenya Morocco, South Africa with 24 international performances worldwide and in 63 cities in India. 23rd February witnessed ‘Manthan Mohatsav’ an event under which 45 teams from Delhi Collegiate Theatre Circuit performed their street plays at 17 different public locations in Delhi including locations like Jama Masjid, Humayun’s Tomb, Lal Quila, New Delhi Railway Station and so on. Likewise, ‘Manthan Ekaai’ was organised on 27th March across the globe on the occasion of World Theatre Day, a day that witnessed 6 International performances, 25 teams performing at 9 public locations all over Delhi and performances in 12 States all together .The closing ceremony of Manthan 2019 was organised on 2nd April 2019 in the warm presence of two respected theatre practitioners Mr. Arvind Gaur, who is associated with Asmita Theater and Mr. Fahad Khan, who has dedicated his life to teach theatre to blind children and both of them believed purely in the idea that theatre can change lives.

 

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-34)

 

Young INDIA SSCBS CHAPTER

Young Indians (Yi) is a movement for Indian Youth to converge, lead, co-create and influence India’s future. As an integrally part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), a non- government, not-for-profit, industry led and industry managed organisation playing a proactive role in India’s development process. Under Youth Leadership, Yi works effectively for promoting leadership skills for its members through programs in entrepreneurship and innovation. YUVA is the student wing of Yi, where we involve them in leadership, personal development and nation building activities.

Name of the event: A speaker session on what is blogging and what are the career opportunities in the field of blogging.

Date and venue of the event: 27th September, 2018. Seminar Hall. Eminent Guests: Mr. Tanmay Mehra, Editor and Author, EDTimes

Name of the event: A speaker session on “The Art of Startups” and what should people do from ideation till valuation.

Date and venue of the event: 29th October, 2018. Seminar Hall. Eminent Guests: CA Jatin Srivastava, Chartered Accountant

Name of the event: A speaker session on “The Power of Power Dressing” and why is it important for people to dress up differently for different occasions.

Date and venue of the event: 5th February, 2019. Seminar Hall. Eminent Guests: Kumud Sareen- Celebrity Visualiser

Mr. Anuj Lalwani- Celebrity Fashion Stylist Dr. Varun Katyal- Celebrity Grooming Expert

Name of the event: A speaker session on “Gender Sensitization” and why how is it important in the workplace.

Date and venue of the event: 5th April, 2019. Seminar Hall. Eminent Guests: Pratyush Ralhan, Advocate, Delhi High Court

Mr. Sreevats, Chartered Accountant. He also chair the CII Yi Yuva Circle.

Mr. Priyankar Baid, Management Consultant, Marketing Manager, Entrepreneur

 

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinator: Dr Preeti R Singh

 

YUVA – The Entrepreneurship Cell

Yuva-The Entrepreneurship Cell aims to foster the culture of entrepreneurship in the college and has been working towards making entrepreneurship, specifically the startup culture, interesting and hassle free for the students interested in starting their own ventures.

The society organized “Lufthansa Impact Week” from October 8-11, 2018 at SSCBS, DU. Lufthansa Airlines Group was the key entity providing content and design thinking expertise. They held this workshop first time in Asia as a part of its CSR initiatives, to provide training on Design Thinking in order to resolve concurrent business and social issues. It was a four day long ‘Design Thinking Workshop’ for student entrepreneurs to develop new ideas and get trained by the faculty members from University of Delhi, AUD and DPSRU, and German coaches from Lufthansa. The participants were distributed in 21 teams of 6 each and were required to come up with their unique business plans under the guidance of the faculty members and the coaches.

Eminent Guests: Mr. Wolfgang Will, Senior Director, South Asia Lufthansa Group, Lufthansa German Airlines

The efforts of the faculty coordinators are highly appreciated.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr. Poonam Verma, Mr. Naresh Priyadarshi, Mr. Ramesh Barpa, Mr.

Tushar Marhawa, Dr. Nidhi Kesari

(List of prize winners, achievements, sponsors, and student team members is enclosed in Annexure-35)

 

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 ₹ 17,43,990/- and support in kind to encourage social and cultural activities in the college.

(List of sponsorship contributors is enclosed in Annexure-36)

 

COLLEGE COMMITTEES

The college believes in a shared and participative management model. In order to promote the same, the college has formed 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 -2)

 

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 -37)

 

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. Tarannum Ahmad, Dr. Shikha Gupta, Dr. Ashima Arora, Mr. Ravi Yadav and Mr. Amit Kumar who have helped me in compiling this report.

 

 

 

Dr. Poonam Verma Principal

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