With our tradition of excellence and our renewed commitment to lending new direction to the form of creativity, we seek to create a dynamic committee of various clubs and societies where the focus is on an all-round development and experience. Extra-curricular activities are elixir of the education process. It’s a common belief that knowledge, skill and attitude go hand in hand for overall development of an individual’s personality. Moreover, the demand of digital economy is not just to amass the knowledge given in books but to build up individual’s skills so that their attitudes and careers are changed.
To foster a sense of belongingness among students, I.T.S provides a platform to them for pursuing both academic and non academic interests. The institute has a host of societies from which the student can choose and obtain membership. Each society is student driven. The societies are geared towards helping students pursue their creativity and hone their management skills.
Mass Communication & Media Club
Introduction:Mass Communication is usually understood to relate to newspaper, magazine, and book publishing, as well as radio, television and film, as these mediums are used for disseminating information, news and advertising. Mass communication focuses on a single source transmitting information to a large group of receivers. Therefore at I.T.S UG Campus a Mass communication cell is being introduced which provides a platform to the students where they can show their variety of talents Like writing, Radio Jockey, Photography etc.
Objective:The main objective of this club is to provide a platform to the students those have interest in making new ideas related to advertisement, Writing, Photography, Designing of cover page and ability to express themselves. Under this club events on the following topics would be organized;
Competitions to be organized by Mass communication club:
1). Magazine cover design competition;
Advertising: Advertising, in relation to mass communication, refers to marketing a product or service in a persuasive manner that encourages the audience to buy the product or use the service.
Broadcasting: Broadcasting is the act of transmitting audio and/or visual content through a communication medium, such as radio, television, or film.
Journalism: Journalism, is the collection, verification, presentation, and editing of news for presentation through the media, in this sense, refers to the study of the product and production of news.
Public Relations: Public relations is the process of providing information to the public in order to present a specific view of a product or organization.
-We can conduct this online by suggesting the students to design a magazine cover on a particular issue. -Students can use apps to make the cover. -they can send their design through a mail.
2). Scenery photo Editing;
-The students should take a picture of a scenery on their own and then edit the photograph using an app( name of the app must be included). -They can send their photos through a mail.
3). Best radio jockey competition;
-The students can show case their talent here by choosing a topic for their RJ enactment.
4). Best college life film competition;
- The students must make a film on their college life by representing their life in college by clicking the best moments in college or a video of their best moments. -They can combine their short moments and submit on a said date.
5). Advertising competition;
-The students can advertise any product of their interest using various techniques like print media or online marketing or any other mode. -The maximum rated product will get the 1st place. -This can also be done as a project.
Social Service Club - Disha
Introduction:Disha - E S R Initiative; Education to the underprivileged section of the society. The Social Service Club of UG Campus organizes donation camp for the education of the underprivileged children of the society. To take this initiative further, the team at IT S, comprising of students and faculty members actively participates in programs such as providing education to less privileged children, and taking care of their needs from books to clothing. Social awareness campaigns on topics such as women empowerment are organized from time to time.
Objective:The main objective of this club is to fulfilling educational social responsibilities. And to Prepare our students for professional social work practice. We Develop application of critical thinking skills in classroom learning and field education practice situations among the students. Also instill in students a commitment to social work values and ethics in professional practice.
Role:As rightly said "Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world", the club thus aims to educate and motivate them to realize their full potential. Several programmes are organized to bring smiles on their innocent faces. Furthermore, blood donation camps are organized at regular intervals. The Institute seeks to orient its students to the needs of the development sector and in their role as active contributors to society encourages them to work relentlessly to upgrade and offer services to the underprivileged sections of the society.
Introduction:The benefits of Yoga are numerous. In terms of energy Yoga is like a universe in itself. Some of the important Yoga benefits include anti-ageing, balance and flexibility of body, increase in knowledge and wealth, improvement in mental health and development of personal and social values. This is not the end of story; Yoga also helps in improving strength and reducing weight. Yoga makes us to feel good. Yoga is relaxing. It s energizing. Its strengthening. Therefore to make our students aware about the benefits of Yoga and for practicing Yoga at I.T.S UG campus a Yoga club is being introduced.
Objective:The main objective of this club is to make our students aware about the benefits of practicing Yoga. To achieve this goal a weekly yoga class would be conducted and workshops also will be organized. Competitions like "Practice & Benefits of Yoga asana" & Yoga Mudras would be organized. Through these activities students would be involved in doing & learning of "Yoga asana".
Introduction:Entrepreneurship Cell "Lakshay", the E- Cell of the Institute is a student driven cell which takes care of the entrepreneurship related activities of the campus.
Objective:The objective of the cell is to foster the entrepreneurial spirit among the students. The Cell serves as a platform to develop leadership traits, provide necessary knowledge and skills so that students can transform their ideas into vibrant business proposal. The event calendar comprises of competitions geared to test the innovative ability and rigor of the participants thought process, as they enter the campus.
Role:E-Cell organizes various events like Business Plan Competition, Management Quiz, Best out of waste etc. It also organizes Several workshops on Entrepreneurship Development Programs in association with NISEBUD, a Govt. of India undertaking, ICE Centre of Excellence and Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of Delhi.
MINERVA-Literary Club (Enlightening the minds of future)
The Literary club of I.T.S - UG campus aims at providing a platform to the students where they can learn the joys of participating in various literary activities beyond their curriculum like Debates, Extempore, Paper - Presentations, Business plan. The activities of the club are designed specifically to augment the oratory and writing skills of the students so that they are able to gain confidence in their verbal and written communication.
I.T.S Blues - Dance & Music club
Dance & Music Club is all about grooming and enhancing an individual’s talent. It is not only about Dance & Music, it is also about building one’s confidence, co-ordination and working in a team i.e. togetherness. The institute participates in various inter-college events.
SMILE - THE SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB
Towards an endeavor to give back to society in which we live, the social service club has been constituted at I.T.S. SMILE- The Social Service Club is all about fulfilling corporate social responsibilities and, above that, our efforts towards upliftment of society at large. We aim at preparing undergraduate and graduate students for professional social work practice and professional leadership within a multicultural,global environment based on the concepts of human rights, social and economic justice,religious and spiritual tolerance, and the elimination of oppressive social conditions for all people.
SEEKERS - Theatre Club
Seekers - The Theater Club”is for the students to explore and enrich their hidden talent of acting & creativity. Seekers’ the theater club provides a platform to showcase your talent and bring out the thespian in you. This is done by organizing various activities like Skit, Mono Acting, Group Mime, Individual Acting etc. Theatre workshops for the members of the club are conducted by some of the prominent theatre personalities.
STRIKER- Sports Club
Besides the classic sense of theOlympic Motto: Citius, Altius, Fortius,or Higher, Faster, Stronger - modern sport is becoming important for everyone trapped behind the books. The institute aims at the physical development of students beyond academic excellence outside the classroom. The institute provides facilities and coaches for various sports like volleyball, tennis, chess, and badminton etc. I.T.S students include national–level players of softball, volleyball and basketball who regularly plays several matches for state of U.P. I.T.S has been winning the inter-college cricket championship continuously for the last few years. I.T.S has also won the inter college Basket ball and softball championship this year.
ARTISTIC - Art & Crafts Club
This club has been introduced by I.T.S – UG campus for the first time for students who are very good in arts and crafts. ART is the only creative field that enables bird to swim and fish to fly. We encourage our students’ passion for creation and allow them to show the world their creativity.
This club is for the students to explore & sharpen the technical skills. Students interact with technologies, share ideas and enjoy the tech world by combining their creativity with technology. Various programming competitions are organized by this club for the students who are technically very sound.
This is noticeable that some subjects of MCA course curriculum are very vital and useful. These subjects are currently demanded by the industry and industry wants that students should be skilled in these technologies , one of these technology is Java/J2EE. The Java/J2EE technology is very vast which requires few months to become someone familiar with the technology.
Since the technology is so vast, therefore there is a requirement to do something additional to continue the study, problems solving, discussion about important aspects and practice of some important exercises of the technology beyond the class room also.
Keeping the above points in mind the Department of IT, I.T.S, Ghaziabad has formed JAVA CLUB to carry out all the above mentioned activities about said technology.
The objective of the java club is the technological enhancement of the MCA students in Java Technology which includes, question/answers of java technology, puzzles of java, practical applications of Java etc.
Following activities are to be carried out in the club:-
Preparing students for java mock test for industrial recruitment
Conducting of programming contests
Inter institutional java competition participation by students.
Conducting of java puzzles workshop
The club is driven by the students of MCA and it is supported by IT faculty members. The activities of the club are initiated after discussion among faculty members and core club students’ members then it is executed by the core club members of club.
Activities Conducted by Java Club:
A Workshop on Java Technologies ( MVC, J2EE Overvie , JSP and JSTL implementation) at Institute of Technology and Science, Ghaziabad for MCA IV Semester under Java Club on 17 February, 2016. The coordinators of Java Club Prof. KP Singh and Prof. Gaurav Midha conducted this workshop. Prof. KP Singh had a discussion about J2EE overview and MVC architecture used in J2EE in order to develop the web applications in Java Technologies. Prof. Gaurav Midha demonstrated a module in JSP and JSTL developed in first model of MVC.
Java Club organized a workshop on "Struts Framework" on 13-10-2016. The objective of this workshop was to make the students aware about Struts Framework, and to help them for placement. The workshop was conducted for final year students.
Java Club organized an intra institutional Java Programming Contest “SANRACHNA-2015” for MCA III Semester and BCA V Semester was organized on 11th September, 2015. The event was an on the spot Java programming contest, which consists of two rounds. The first round was screening round and comprised of an online Java quiz test. In this round, all the above mentioned students participated. Around top 70 students were short-listed for the next round. The next round was the final round which comprised of on the spot Java programming. Based on the performance of students in this round, the winners of contest were short listed.
Java Club organized an intra institutional Java Programming Contest “SANRACHNA-2015” for MCA IV 2nd year , BCA 2nd and final year students was organized on 23rd March, 2015. The event was an on the spot Java programming contest, which consists of two rounds. The first round was screening round and comprised of an online Java quiz test. In this round, all the above mentioned participated. Around top 75 students were short-listed for the next round. The next round was the final round which comprised of on the spot Java programming. Based on the performance of students in this round, the winners of contest were shortlisted.
Java Club organized an intra institutional Java Programming Contest “SANRACHNA 2014” for MCA V semester and BCA V semester was organized on 29th August, 2014. The event threaded into two rounds. The first round was screening round and comprised of an online Java quiz. In this round, the students of MCA V semester and BCA V semester participated. Top thirty students were short-listed for the next round. The next round was the final round which comprised of on the spot Java programming. Based on the performance of students in this round, the winners of contest were shortlisted. The event was conducted under the aegis of Java Club in association with CSI student branch at I.T.S. The event was coordinated by three faculty members of IT Department, Prof. K.P. Singh, Prof. Gaurav Midha and Prof. Rakesh Roshan.A java Quiz competition was organized by the java club on 1st August, 2013. The quiz competition was conducted for the students of MCA and BCA. The quiz comprised of MCQ of java and students’ response was quite good for the same.
An intra institutional Java Programming Contest “SANRACHNA 2013” for MCA IV semester was organized on 8th March, 2013. The event was an on the spot Java programming contest, which consists of total two rounds. The first round was screening round and comprised of an online Java quiz test. In this round, all the students of MCA IV semester participated. Around top thirty students were short-listed for the next round. The next round was the final round which comprised of on the spot Java programming. Based on the performance of students in this round, the winners of contest were shortlisted. The event was conducted under the aegis of Java Club.
A five days workshop was organized for the MCA students on “Object Oriented Concepts of Java Language”. The workshop was conducted by Prof. KP Singh and Prof. Gaurav Midha from 18-July-2011 to 22-July-2011.
Online Quiz Competition was organized for the MCA students on 24-August-2011.
An intra institutional Java Programming Contest “SANRACHNA 2012” for MCA and BCA students was organized on 27th March, 2012.
Two days workshop on Object Oriented Programming in Java is planned tentatively on 3-4 August, 2012 for MCA IInd Year Students.
Two days workshop on JSP, JDBC, Servlets is planned tentatively from 28-29-2012 for MCA IInd Year Students.
DOT NET CLUB
TheDotNet Clubis focused towards, creating the awareness ofMicrosoft Technologiesand variousMicrosoft Application Developmenttools. The club is formulated by the student members and work to achieve the goal with other student volunteers. The club is involved in various academic and software development activities with the student support as follows:
Demonstration Sessions for Microsoft Application Development Tools
Inculcating a practice of writing Technical Articles
In-house Software Development
On Spot Programming Competition
Quizzes & Programming Puzzles
The club is lead by four (4) student members (from MCA 3rd Year) who are working as a body for initiating, managing, structuring, and conducting the above mentioned activities. Students of MCA 1st and 2nd year have joined as members and facilitate the smooth conduct of the club activities under the supervision of the senior core members.
Activities Conducted by Dot Net Club
Workshop on Dot net Technology and responsive web Page designing on 10th march 2017
Workshop on Big Data and Hadoop on 4th Oct. 2016
Workshop on Application Dvelopment Using Dot Net framework & C# on 3rd Sept 2016
Guest Lecture on ERP Development on 6th May 2016 by Mr. Rajeev Agarwal, CEO and Mr. Sushil Kumar Das Senior Manager from Cogniscient Business Solution , NoidaGuest Lecture on ERP Development on 6th May 2016 by Mr. Rajeev Agarwal, CEO and Mr. Sushil Kumar Das Senior Manager from Cogniscient Business Solution , Noida
Workshop on IONIC : Advance HTML File , Hybrid Mobile Apps Development on 20th Feb 2016
Workshop on ASP.Net and C# on 13 Feb 2016
Workshop on Java and Android SDK on 15th -16th Oct 2015
Guest Lecture on Opportunities and challenges in ERP Development and Implementations on 7Th Feb 2015 by Mr. Kunal Singhal Founder and MD Eazy Business Solutions , Gurgaon
AbhikalPan -2014 a Workshop on Dot Net Cum Quiz Contents on 12th Sept 2014
Guest Lecture on “Application of Dot Net Technology ” on 18th Feb 2012 by Mr. Shivam Sharma Sr. Software Engineer AON Hewitt Gurgaon .
AbhikalPan -2013 a Workshop on Dot Net Cum Quiz Contents on 12th April 2013
One day workshop on Dot Net Technology on 19 Jan, 2012
Organized On Spot Programming Competition on 29 Aug, 2011.
Facilitated Microsoft Virtual Tech Days a 3 days webinar series by Microsoft on Windows Azure, Win8, and Windows Phone 7 Development on 28-30 Sept, 2011.
One day workshop on Dot Net Technology on 19 Jan, 2012.
It has been an established fact now that as programming language, C Language has became defect standard, when it comes to develop an application that needs to interact with the devices and the users. Understanding of C is not only make of comparatively easier to learn other. Languages but also clarifies fundamentals aspects of programming.
The C Club of the institute facilitates the students to unleak their hidden & unexplored potential by using C languages and helps in focused learning the Club regularly organizes
This helps students to keep them abreast with the latest developments taking place in Industry, Particularly in the field of Databases and related technologies
The Web Club @ Department of IT, Institute of Technology & Science, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad was formed in 2016. This club focuses on creating the awareness and providing hands on experience of different web development technologies like HTML , Java Script, CSS, JSP,ASP,PHP , AJAX etc.
This club involves various academic and software development activities with student support as follows:
Demonstration Sessions for different IDE Tools like DreemWeaver, Wordpress,Net Beans, Eclipse etc.
Quiz and Programming Puzzles
On the Spot Programming Competition
In –house application development completion
Inculcating a practice of writing Technical Article
Guest and faculty members’ technical talks on new technologies
The club is formally lead by two faculty members Prof. Varun Arora and Prof. Smita Kansal from the department of IT , who act as a body for initiating, managing , structuring and conducting the above mentioned activities.
Activities Conducted under the umbrella of Web Club
Inaugural session of Web Club was held on 8th March, 2016. Mr. Ashish Srivastava from TCS, Gurgaon was chief guest of the session. Mr. Ashish Srivastava addressed students about latest web development technologies.
A workshop on Asynchronous Java Script and XML(AJAX) was conducted on 31st March, 2017 for MCA-IV Semester Students. Workshop was taken by Coordinators of Web Club, Prof. Varun Arora and Prof. Smita Kansal. Session was interactive and the examples of the topic were practically demonstrated in the lab.
In any business, data is now regarded as a crucial resource rather than a passively stored components. Increased competitive environment, need of quick response with accurate information at the time of is needed is one of the challenges IT Industry is facing. The understanding of basic under-lying principles of data bases, As integration with newly developed applications, is key to success of businesses now.
Need of storage, structured, semi – structured, access, manipulation with and analysis is forcing the experts to have a holistic view on data, its context and application.
Considering above in view, DBMS club was formed in Dept of IT. The club is priorly run by student team under the guidance of faculty team.
The club engages the students in organizing activities like workshops, training programs, Guest talks, Sessions by Industry Experts, Quizes etc
This helps students to keep them abreast with the latest developments taking place in Industry, Particularly in the field of Databases and related technologies.
Activities of DBMS Club:
Department of I.T inaugurated the DBMS CLUB on 15th February, 2016. The Club was inaugurated by Director (IT), Dr. Sunil Kr. Pandey, Coordinator-MCA, Prof. Puja Dhar, Chief Guest Dr. Vipin, Oracle Technologies, Mr. Ashwini Deshwani, Selecom Technologies and Dr. Vidushi Singh, member DBMS Club. On the same day DBMS Club organized its first workshop on “Oracle 12c” by Dr. Vipin from Oracle Technologies.
A guest talk on “Journey towards Cloud” was organized by DBMS club on 2nd March 2016.Mr. Kamal Dudeja from Oracle Technologies was the speaker. He briefed students about Virtualization and its types. Challenges of Virtualization were also discussed in detail. He has given the insight of cloud computing also. He has also given knowledge of different services provided by cloud computing like SAAS,PAAS, IAAS etc.
A special session on “Relational Algebra to PL/SQL” was organized by DBMS Club of Department of IT on 22nd October 2016 for MCA III Semester students. In the first session Prof. Saurabh Saxena covered relational Algebra. In his session he described the objective of relational Algebra in DBMS & very well explained each operator of relational algebra with example. In the second session Prof. Puja Dhar touched the various topics of PL/SQL like cursor, trigger & procedure.
A Value Added Module of Database Management System was conducted from 5th January, 2017 to 10th January, 2017. The sessions were taken by Prof. Saurabh Saxena, Prof. Puja Dhar and Dr. Vidushi Singh. Around Sixty students of MCA-IV semester attended the session. Topic Covered in sessions are Overview of DDL/DML/DCL Commands, Joins, Subquery, Union, Intersection, Views, Index, Group By Clause, Oracle Function
Two-day’s workshop on “Oracle Database and Implementation” was conducted on 22nd February to 23rd February, 2017. The objective of this workshop was to make students of ITS-BCA campus aware about the basic concepts of Oracle Database and how it will help them in their higher studies and job too. Prof. Puja Dhar and Prof. Saurabh Saxena was the resource person for this workshop. They discussed about the Oracle History, Overview of Oracle Grid Architecture, Developer Tools, Differentiation between File Processing System and Database Processing System, Database Structure including logical & Physical structure, Security mechanism, Overview of data types, Functions of DBMS, DDL & DML statements.
A “Brain Storming Session on SQL PL/SQL” was conducted by Department of IT on 17-04-2017 for MCA students from 01:40 pm - 5:00 pm in Lab-6 of the Institute. The objective of the session was to make our MCA students ready for the Campus Drives coming in their next semester. The resource persons for the session was Director IT Dr. Sunil Kumar Pandey.
Helps students to understand the Market in actuality & gain an insight of marketing concepts and industry’s best practices with activities like Marrecus Line-Monthly Marketing Newsletter, Brand Crafting Competition, Ad-Mad show, Business-Plan competition and Chart Exhibitions
It provides an opportunity to learner to get real time exposure of stocks & stock market as well as to get into the operations of Finance. The club aspires to bring the best minds from academicians, industry and students to discuss, collaborate and research on the issues relating to Finance, at national and international level. Some events organized by this club are ‘The Business-Quiz’ and ‘The Financial Statement Analysis’.
The purpose of Human Resource club is to gain insights into the latest happenings in the field of HR and uphold the highest ideals in HR management through activities like HR Newsletter-T.O.M. (The Oppo-Makers Monthly), Poster Making Competition, Guest Lecture, Role Play competition, Online HR quiz, HR debate competition and HR Quiz-A team event.
International Business Club
The objective of IB club is to create awareness of new societies, economies, places and cultures at international platform and enable students to understand how they can adapt to different cultures that they might be exposed to in conducting business and events that are going on around the world.
With this aim and focus, the club organizes various events, talks, debates, panel discussions, symposiums, Competitions from time to time.
PARIVARTAN- The Social Club (a CSR Initiative)
To foster societal development, I.T.S regularly conducts programmes to discharge its responsibility towards the masses. Some of the pioneering efforts undertaken by the club are :
Blood Donation camp organized in collaboration with Rotary Blood Bank.
Quarterly tree-plantation camps organized as an initiative towards cultivating a green environment for a cleaner & healthier habitat.
Donation of clothes by I.T.S students to the needy and under-privileged living in slum areas of Ghaziabad.
Education programme for the poor and deserving children in Delhi-NCR region on weekly basis.