Visit of Spanish Professor address:


Ms. Laetitia Rella, Professor, EADA University Barcelona along with Leena Upadhaya, Regional Director-South Asia/South East Asia, addressed BBA & BCom (H) students on various Post Graduate options available in EADA, Barcelona. It was an interactive session, as students were made aware about various options available in the famous Spanish city.

Workshop on Digital Detox:


A workshop on the topic Digital Detox was conducted in the campus on 31-01-2020 by Brahma Kumaris. The panel included Dr. Reena Tomar, Mr. Pradeep Narula and BK Sister Sujata. The students were told about topics like stress management and staying healthy in today’s times.  

National Seminar on “Building Sustainable Future for Youth:


National Seminar was organized by the BBA & BCom(H) Department, on 17-01-2020 on the topic “Building Sustainable Future for Youth” in JIMS, Kalkaji. Inaugural Session was started with Lamp Lighting ceremony and invoking Godess Lakshmi for the blessings. Welcome Address was given by DG, JIMS Dr. (Cdr.) Satish Seth, followed by Chief Guest Dr. Poonam Batra (Professor, Central Institute of Education, Delhi University, addressed the audience. Vote of Thanks was given by Programme Director, JIMS, Prof. (Dr.) Rashmi Bhatia, who conceptualized the entire Seminar. Many eminent speakers from Industry and Government shared their insights on the topic. The speakers included Mr Tushar Pandey (Head, Financial Services and Policy-Dehaat), Mr. Aditya Pundir (Country Manager, Climate Project-India) and Mr. Krishnan Sachdeva (Practice Head, Business Analysis, IRIS Software). Research Paper Presentation Competition was also scheduled for Academicians from all over India, 1st prize was bagged by Ms. Anjali Pandy , Galgotia University and second prize winner was Ms. Renu Mehta, SPM College, Delhi University.

ANDC-JIMS Business Incubator:


The Fourth  , of the series of workshops on ‘The Disruption Challenge’ , planned over a period of the first quarter of the year , was held on 9th September, 2019 . The workshop was conducted by Mr Abhshek Patwa and Mr Aditya Misra from Instart-Incubation on JIMS Campus. Mr Shadab Mobin CEO, Instart Incubator and Ms Sanjeela Mathur, Faculty-in charge of Incubator presided over the workshop.
The workshop , in continuation with the design thinking process was a combination of case studies and hands-on activities which brought the process of planning and execution of ideas to the next level. . This entire exercise was done through a ‘Lithe  Canvas’ which aims to propose a business model by undertaking the design thinking process.

CAMPUS TO CORPORATE :


The session started on 2nd Sept 2019 with 2 aluminis; Ms Prameet Kaur, Ms. Niharika, who shared their real life corporate experience and their actual journey JIMS Kalkaji campus to the corporate. This session was praised the most by the students of final year. The alumni explained the importance of participation in various events and how these small or participations bring big change to the overall personality of the student. They gave insight of how corporate actually works and how and where to approach. They told about how their college journey proved to be the stepping stone in their career planning. 
After this a guest lecture by Mr. Anuranjan Gupta, Training Head, Oriental Bank of Commerce was delivered under the campus to corporate program for final year undergraduate students. The lecture started with a welcome address by one of the student and presentation of JIMS green initiative, a sapling, to the Guest Speaker. Mr. Anuranjan Gupta enlightened the students under the title “Scope and Opportunities for Career in Banking”. Her talk started with a stimulating video by Jay Shetty where he encourages the audience not to get stuck in the rut but to go according to one's own clock and that forms the foundation of the complete lecture where she also says that uniqueness should be honored and preserved and careers should be built thereafter. She cited a lot of anecdotes of putting forth her point and for reinforcing the learning as she steered ahead in her talk in storytelling style. She also gave away tips for writing a good and crisp resume as our students prepare for the forthcoming placement season
Later a session on Corporate Fashion by Ms. Sahiba was conducted where she delivered Personality Development insights to the students. It was extremely informative and interactive.  The students got a glimpse of how one should develop their personalities as she highlighted the dress code, body language as per the corporate standards. She gave a demo of good and bad demo and also on how to posses the posture and gesture for an interview
Further to add Ms. Jasleen Rana helped the students to know about all the companies that come for the placements and the respective pay packages offered. She also gave the guidance upon what the companies which come for placement expects from the students and on how to crack their requirements. She told the students to gear up for the placements this year.
Thereafter Mr. Aishwarya Gupta, Chief Manager Danik Bhaskar gave insight of of Digital Media and how corporate actually works and how and where to approach. The lecture started with a welcome address by one of the student and presentation of JIMS green initiative, a sapling, to the Guest Speaker.The students were given a glimpse of the situation that brings them to think of the corporate expectations as they are about to finish their final year in college and move ahead. Mr. Aishwarya Gupta explained he importance of Linked In and how it can be a booster for a career. The lecture was full of information and helpful for the students in terms of knowledge they gained about the way a corporation makes entry of freshers.

Workshop on Digital Marketing:


10 days workshop on Digital Marketing was done in JIMS, Kalkaji campus from 10th June 2019 to 20th June 2019 for BBA and B.COM(H) students. The session was taken by Mr. Kush Bhardwaj, IIM Consultant to multiple industries. Students had detailed hands on for several Digital Marketing techniques like Email-Marketing, Google Ads, V-logging etc. They were also taught about Search Engine Optimization. The session was concluded with an Industry interaction session where in top digital marketers from top MNCs guided the students on future aspects of Digital Marketing. It was an overall very good and educating experience for the students.

Workshop on "Yoga and Meditation":


A Workshop was held in the auditorium of JIMS, Kalkaji on 10th April at 12pm on the topic of Yoga and Meditation. Dr. Sanyukta Chaudhary presented a PowerPoint presentation on different types of aasans and postures to keep your body fit.
The workshop started with Dr. Sanyukta telling about 8 different stages of Yoga that are performed and achieved by all the spiritual speakers. She also talked about the mental well-being and health of an individual can be improved by following only 3-4 stages of yoga.
Dr. Sanyukta also talked about how to develop confidence in one’s personality according to Yogic Science that is to Chin Up! Whenever you talk to anyone or you sit. Eye-To-Eye contact while talking is also a very important aspect in boosting confidence.
Students of BBA and BCOM attended the workshop and performed various kinds of yoga postures and breathing exercises. She also talked about how to resolve different kinds of neck issues, breathing problems and many more health problems with yoga.
It was a really nice and interactive session and students also got to learn many new things that they could do to stay healthy and fit.

Workshop on “Gender Sensitization and Equity”:


The stooping status of women in the society is majorly attributed to gender differential mindsets based on socio-cultural construct. It is imperative to render scriptural clarity, on the basis of which customary cultures take their form.To bridge these mindets , JIMS Kalkaji organised a workshop on “Gender Sensitization and Equity” for BBA and BCOM students on Wednesday, April 3, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM in College auditorium.This workshop was conducted by  Dr. Monica Chaudhary, Assistant Professor,Faculty of Law,University of Delhi.

The workshop was divided into 2 sessions.The details of each session are as follows:

Session 1 :- “Introduction to unfair treatment towards women and violent acts” from 1100-1230 hrs

Dr. Monica Chaudhary started the workshop by stating that Gender Sensitivity and equity is a very sensitive issue and it prevails in many countries including India. Despite all progress in art, literature, governance and science & technology the world has not been able to remove the gender discrimination. Men still dominate over women. Gender inequality fuels violence against women and results in power imbalances.
She stated that one cannot deny that the crimes against women are of deep concern in India. For every severe crime, there should be quick punishment with transparency of true investigation.
The need of the hour is to take such severe actions that render an equal space and independence in the society.
She also elucidated the recent crimes and amendments that have been made in criminal laws in this direction.

The session was followed by tea/coffee break of half an hour from 1230-1300 hrs.

Session 2 – Loopholes in laws to address Gender Issues - 1300-1400 hrs

The second session comprised of a detailed discussion on the loopholes that prevail in laws to address gender issues.She stated that while some laws are openly discriminated against women other laws create gender inequalities in indirect ways and thus there is a need to identify them and amend them for ensuring equality in law.She stated that once the laws are strong the speed of change in this direction will increase.
She then elaborated on the procedure of filing of FIRs and details of approaching authorities that women can contact in times of distress and unfair treatment.She encouraged the youth to extend their help to victims they identify and encourage them to fight for justice and the right.
She ended the session by highlighting the relevance of gender sensitization in education. Gender awareness pertains to one’s effort to show how gender shapes the role of women and men in society including their role in development and how it affects relations between them and thus she urged that the education system needs to be gender sensitive and gender friendly.She said that one of the best possible strategies to minimise gender discrimination in society is to promote gender awareness at all levels of society.

Overall the workshop was an eye opener to severity of the need of gender sensitization and equity and urged students to rethink and motivate others to transform their mindsets.

Workshop on “Gender Sensitization and Equity”:


JIMS Kalkaji organised a workshop on “Intellectual Property (IP) an accelerated pathway to be an Unicorn” for BBA and BCOM students on Tuesday, April 2nd 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in College auditorium This workshop was conducted by  Mr. Vivek Dahiya and Saurabh Trivedi, directors of Boudhik Ventures Private Limited.
Boudhik Ventures (BV) came into existence to develop an ecosystem
facilitating ideas sailing through industry for public benefits.The firm aims at teaming up with innovators, entrepreneurs & organizations to assist them by developing strategies revolving around business growth, in domestic as well as global market, on the basis of innovative concepts.

The workshop was divided into 3 sessions.The details of each session are as follows:

Session 1 :- “Importance of Intellectual Property Rights in business” from 10am-11am

The first session was conducted by Mr. Saurabh trivedi who highlighted the “Importance of Intellectual Property Rights in business”.
He elucidated that in today's competitive environment, innovation is the mainstay for every business that leads to development of intellectual property. Identifying, developing, and leveraging innovation provides competitive edge and aids in long term success of the company. Intellectual property is not limited to technology companies, but is valuable for every business which invests huge sums in research and development for creating indigenous products and services. He explained that Intellectual Property are important to businesses as they are intangible assets that can be financially exploited because like physical property, they can be sold or licensed. Every business possesses such assets whether they are aware of it or not.He concluded by saying that when a business is establishing its presence in the marketplace, protecting and managing its intellectual property is critical as it can mean the difference between success or failure. That is why it is important for businesses to understand the different forms of intellectual property because some involve a formal application and examination process before a right can be registered while others come into play without the need for a registration process.

The session was followed by tea/coffee break of half an hour from 11-11.30.

Session 2 – Interaction with students - 11.30am-12.30pm

The second session comprised of an open discussion and interaction with students wherein Mr. Saurabh Trivedi encouraged them to innovate and create and capitalize on that creation/innovation through patents and copyrights.Students asked him various questions related to filing of patents and copyrights along with the basis on which each is granted.    

The second session was followed by a lunch from 12.30pm – 1pm.

Session 3 – Relevance of Intellectual Property Rights for Management students – 1pm-2pm.

Mr. Vivek Dahiya conducted the final session on “Relevance of Intellectual Property Rights for Management students”. He explained them the different types of Intellectual Property Rights. He also explained the relation between Law and Marketing and, through different examples, he explained the relevance and importance of the proper use of branding. During the session,the students had the chance to discuss different concepts such as patents and the relation between technology and ethics. He explained the relevance of IPR  for the students by explaining them the ways by which they can copyright/patent their self-created content and research work.

Overall the session was great learning experience which comprehensively elucidated the world of Intellectual Property rights to both students and teachers.

Workshop on “Intellectual Property (IP) an accelerated pathway to be an Unicorn”:


JIMS Kalkaji organised a workshop on “Intellectual Property (IP) an accelerated pathway to be an Unicorn” for BBA and BCOM students on Tuesday, April 2nd 2019 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM in College auditorium This workshop was conducted by  Mr. Vivek Dahiya and Saurabh Trivedi, directors of Boudhik Ventures Private Limited.
Boudhik Ventures (BV) came into existence to develop an ecosystem
facilitating ideas sailing through industry for public benefits.The firm aims at teaming up with innovators, entrepreneurs & organizations to assist them by developing strategies revolving around business growth, in domestic as well as global market, on the basis of innovative concepts.

The workshop was divided into 3 sessions.The details of each session are as follows:

Session 1 :- “Importance of Intellectual Property Rights in business” from 10am-11am

The first session was conducted by Mr. Saurabh trivedi who highlighted the “Importance of Intellectual Property Rights in business”.
He elucidated that in today's competitive environment, innovation is the mainstay for every business that leads to development of intellectual property. Identifying, developing, and leveraging innovation provides competitive edge and aids in long term success of the company. Intellectual property is not limited to technology companies, but is valuable for every business which invests huge sums in research and development for creating indigenous products and services. He explained that Intellectual Property are important to businesses as they are intangible assets that can be financially exploited because like physical property, they can be sold or licensed. Every business possesses such assets whether they are aware of it or not.He concluded by saying that when a business is establishing its presence in the marketplace, protecting and managing its intellectual property is critical as it can mean the difference between success or failure. That is why it is important for businesses to understand the different forms of intellectual property because some involve a formal application and examination process before a right can be registered while others come into play without the need for a registration process.

The session was followed by tea/coffee break of half an hour from 11-11.30.

Session 2 – Interaction with students - 11.30am-12.30pm

The second session comprised of an open discussion and interaction with students wherein Mr. Saurabh Trivedi encouraged them to innovate and create and capitalize on that creation/innovation through patents and copyrights.Students asked him various questions related to filing of patents and copyrights along with the basis on which each is granted.    

The second session was followed by a lunch from 12.30pm – 1pm.

Session 3 – Relevance of Intellectual Property Rights for Management students – 1pm-2pm.

Mr. Vivek Dahiya conducted the final session on “Relevance of Intellectual Property Rights for Management students”. He explained them the different types of Intellectual Property Rights. He also explained the relation between Law and Marketing and, through different examples, he explained the relevance and importance of the proper use of branding. During the session,the students had the chance to discuss different concepts such as patents and the relation between technology and ethics. He explained the relevance of IPR  for the students by explaining them the ways by which they can copyright/patent their self-created content and research work.

Overall the session was great learning experience which comprehensively elucidated the world of Intellectual Property rights to both students and teachers.  

Workshop on Digital Detox:


A workshop on the topic Digital Detox was conducted in the campus on 31-01-2020 by Brahma Kumaris. The panel included Dr. Reena Tomar, Mr. Pradeep Narula and BK Sister Sujata. The students were told about topics like stress management and staying healthy in today’s times.  

Workshop on Digital Detox:


A workshop on the topic Digital Detox was conducted in the campus on 31-01-2020 by Brahma Kumaris. The panel included Dr. Reena Tomar, Mr. Pradeep Narula and BK Sister Sujata. The students were told about topics like stress management and staying healthy in today’s times.  

Workshop on Digital Detox:


A workshop on the topic Digital Detox was conducted in the campus on 31-01-2020 by Brahma Kumaris. The panel included Dr. Reena Tomar, Mr. Pradeep Narula and BK Sister Sujata. The students were told about topics like stress management and staying healthy in today’s times.  

Workshop on Digital Detox:


A workshop on the topic Digital Detox was conducted in the campus on 31-01-2020 by Brahma Kumaris. The panel included Dr. Reena Tomar, Mr. Pradeep Narula and BK Sister Sujata. The students were told about topics like stress management and staying healthy in today’s times.  

Workshop on Digital Detox:


A workshop on the topic Digital Detox was conducted in the campus on 31-01-2020 by Brahma Kumaris. The panel included Dr. Reena Tomar, Mr. Pradeep Narula and BK Sister Sujata. The students were told about topics like stress management and staying healthy in today’s times.