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School of Management organized an industrial visit to Mother Dairy Plant, Patparganj, Delhi. The students came to know about the transportation guidelines and the unique distribution network of bulk vending milk booths, retail outlets, and mobile units. The various quality control measures adopted were also shared.
Students learned about the totally automated and internationally designed process of milk production through a small documentary film shown to them.
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The School of Management organized the 'Talent Search' – A competition based event from 18th April '17 to 21st April'17. The objective of conducting this was to identify and encourage students, who are self-driven and looking beyond their textual knowledge.
It comprised of various competitions namely; Extempore, Video Analysis, Case Analysis and Creative Writing. Students from BCom (H), BSc. Eco (H), BBA and MBA took part in these competitions.
Participants highly appreciated the Video Analysis and are looking forward to more of such opportunities.
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The NorthCap University, in association with the NGO, Goonj, organized ‘Abhaar Mela’ on 21 March 2017. The Mela comprised of a book fair of used books and the sale of Green by Goonj Products (a brand built around reusing and upcycling even the last shreds of materials received by Goonj). The Green by Goonj products had price tags, but while buying the books, the students were required to pick up the book(s) of their choice and decide the amount to pay, thus contributing to a cause. It was heartening to see students coming out in large numbers to buy the books and products. One-sided used sheets were also collected by the volunteers from across the university and contributed them to Goonj for further usage. The energetic student volunteers of SOM – Shriya Kaul, Shristi, Tanya Sachdeva, Shivani Bareja and Shivam Panwar worked relentlessly to make it a memorable event.
At the end, the students not only agreed to the message of the Mela, ‘Gratitude helps us to see what we can do instead of what we cannot’ but added: “No one can do everything but everyone can do something.”
The E-Cell of the University organised ‘EntreThrust’ in which the PowerPoint Impact competition was an attraction, was organised on 31 March 2017. The objective of this competition was to allow the participants to expand their imagination, participants from different departments were allowed to come up with their best, on the spot views on PPT, without being restrained by any boundaries. It culminated with Arjun Rishi and Aarushi Gilotra (BBA, 2nd semester) being declared as the winners.
Pre-Placement Preparation is crucial to help students gear up to face the professional world. Keeping this in mind, School of Management organized the Pre-Placement Interviews on 22 April 2017 for their MBA students. The Alumni of SOM - Pushap Karan (Macquarie, Investment Bank), Rishika Singhal (Moody's Analytics- Investment Banking Division), Noopur Gupta (Quotemykaam.com (Home services provider), Trisahla Bhan (Proviti), Abhinav Malik (Protiviti) and Puneet Khanduja (Mercer Consulting) – made it to their alma mater for this event. The interactive session started with the alumni sharing their journey from campus to the corporate world and then the MBA students asking a lot of questions. Following this, the PPIs commenced with three panels. Each panel dedicatedly spent an average of 20-25 minutes on each student giving detailed feedback on their strengths, areas of improvement, CV correction etc. The event started at 11 am and continued till 5 pm.
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The School of Management organized the 'Talent Search' – A competition based event. The objective of conducting this was to identify and encourage students, who are self-driven and looking beyond their textual knowledge.
It comprised of various competitions namely; Extempore, Video Analysis, Case Analysis and Creative Writing. Participants highly appreciated the Video Analysis and are looking forward to more of such opportunities.
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The NorthCap University provides excellent physical infrastructure and the necessary support to pursue sports, hobbies and extracurricular activities that are essential for all-round personality development.
The NorthCap University provides excellent physical infrastructure and support setting high standard academic results, project work and sports activities for student's holistic growth and development. The University grooms students with skills for lifelong learning and continuous development.
| Prof. Sturdy, University of Bristol, UK visits NCU |
School of Management organized a guest lecture on ‘Management Ideas: to Attain a Competitive Edge’ by Prof. Andrew Sturdy, Head-Department of Management, University of Bristol, UK on 3May 2017. The session started with an address by Prof. R Narasimhan, Dean, SOM. Subsequently, Professor Sturdy, in his lecture, provided insights into the adoption and use of ideas. He discussed as to how management is akin to fashion with changing preferences, why managers adopt new ideas and emphasized the role of strategy in selling new ideas. He also discussed about the generation of innovative ideas in an organization and shared several industry relevant examples. It was a learning and interactive session where students discussed many issues during the QA session. The session concluded with a vote of thanks given by Dr Sushmita B Waraich, Head, School of Management. The session was coordinated by Dr Saumya Dixit, along with student coordinators of BBA 4th Sem.
The NorthCap University was Ranked No. 4 Private University in Delhi NCR and Haryana in the National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF) by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India in
The NorthCap University provide a sprawling campus life to students with its quality infrastructure and a well maintained, spacious and hygienic cafeteria that refreshes and pulsates a positive energy in the campus. The students and faculty members can conveniently spend their free time within the college campus which encourages a vibrant student community.Visit: www.ncuindia.edu to explore!
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NCU Recreation cum Education Club organized a six-day long trip to Manali for the students of the University in March 2017. A total of 22 students from across the different Schools joined this excursion along with faculty and staff coordinators. It was full of fun, adventure and learning for the students. The trip by AC deluxe bus was flagged off from NCU by the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Brig SK Sharma (Retd). In Manali the students visited the famous Hadimba Temple, Solang Valley followed by a snow-covered trek to Anjani Mahadev Temple.
Adventure sports like rock climbing, rappelling and river rafting was organized. At night students enjoyed playing, singing and dancing around a bonfire. All in all, it was a fun-filled learning and bonding time for the students.
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The NorthCap University's Dean Dr. Ramaseshan Narasimhan is an eminent academician with extensive experience in the Indian education sector. He discusses his views on Indian Management education, specifically in the global context on Pagalguy. He also talks about what it takes to make a premier management institution and offers valuable insights for aspirants.To read full article, check: https://goo.gl/GFfVLH#TheNorthCapUniversity #InterviewWithDean #EminentAcademician
| Invited talk by Mr Peter de Jager from Ontario, Canada |
Mr Peter de Jager, a world renowned speaker, orator and management consultant from Ontario, Canada gave an Invited talk to the School of Management,The NorthCap University on 25 July 2017 at the University auditorium on the topic ‘Problem Solving’.“Problems don’t get solved until someone owns up and says it is a problem and finds a solution” was the opening of the interesting talk. For one to solve a problem, a right condition must be set up first to implement a solution. You become a problem solver if you know how your brain works. Humans are generally not good at processes. So understanding problems in their true raw nature is how it all starts. You understand the ‘givens’ then ask yourself, ‘what do I want to do with them’ and ‘to what end’. Get an understanding and agreement of what the problem is. This step when done with attention solves half the problem itself. What ‘operators’ do you use for the ‘givens’ to solve which ‘problem’ are the steps towards getting an understanding of the problem to be solved and agreement with it.
During the course of his lecture, Mr Jager illustrated the different ways of how the brain processes a problem situation with examples. He concluded his lecture by saying that problems often arise out of our own perceptions and desire. It helps to be watchful of how we think.The students appreciated the highly interactive session and looked to more such invited talks in the future.