One day Faculty Development Program on the topic “Case Study Method” was scheduled on 16th December 2017, from 10 am to 1 pm at JIMS , Kalkaji Conference room. The session was taken by Prof. Dr Deepak Tandon, Professor (Finance and Accounting) IMI, Delhi. It was attended by 30 faculty members from all the four campuses of JIMS.
The FDP helped Faculty Members to gain an insight about Case study method of teaching, as this method has become an inherent part of pedagogy in higher studies.
He started by differentiating between Case studies v/s Research. He shared his views on different ways of doing a case study in a class, to have more participation from students in classroom. He also emphasized on writing quality research papers.
The highlight of the FDP was, the way in which Dr. Tandon interacted with each of the faculty members to find out their interest areas and suggested them relevant topics for writing research papers which can be published. He then discussed his own research experience for different organizations which was valuable to everyone present in the FDP.
Professor gave inputs on creating cases and also provided faculty members with specific points for writing the cases.
Overall, the session was quite informative and beneficial for all the faculties and more such FDP should be conducted.
Alumni Meet 2017 has been organized by JIMS Family on 16/12/2017 at PSOI Club, Vinay Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi where the alumni students of all the campuses were invited.
A Demo of Smart Board had been scheduled at JIMS Kalkaji on Dec 9 2017. All the faculty members attended the demo & tried out different features of the board.
The FDPs were successfully being conducted by Dr Komal Khatter and Dr Swapna Sen on the topics of “Business 2025: Strategies for Achieving Sustainabillity” and “Use of Data Analytics to Detect and Prevent Financial Fraud” respectively.
‘Annual Alumni Meet-2017’ will be held on 16th December, 2017 (Saturday) at PSOI Club, Vinay Marg, Near Yashwant Place Roundabout, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110021 from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. The reporting time at the venue is 5:30 pm.
Vigilance awareness week was observed in JIMS Kalkaji from 30 October, 2017 to 4 November, 2017 with the theme “My Vision-Corruption Free India”. The event was organized to instill the value system and to create awareness among the youth about importance of high moral values and strong character. The week started with “Integrity Pledge” in which all students stood together for aiming at nation’s prosperity. Also a number of other events such as Group Discussion on “Ill Effects of Corruption” were conducted for inculcating greater awareness on corruption and anti-corruption measures.
A panel discussion was organised in Auditorium of JIMS Kalkaji, on 4th November 2017 on the topic ‘Towards a path of Corruption Free Society’ as a part of Vigilance Awareness Week. The students were divided into groups of four students each. The students expressed their views with live examples on political, religion and sports corruption. They suggested various measures to eradicate corruption. The moderator, Mrs Sheila Bhargava from Expo Mart, New Delhi concluded the panel discussion with a message to uproot corruption from the society.
JIMS celebrated its Annual Sports Day 2017 on 10th of November 2017 at Sports Complex, Jasola. The day was marked by the victories for some and misses for the others. The finals were played between different campuses of Jims for various sports such as Badminton, Table Tennis, Volleyball, Cricket, basketball etc. All the matches were very close and entertaining. JIMS Kalkaji grabbed silver for five events viz Volleyball Boys, Cricket, Badminton Boys Doubles, Basketball – both Girls and Boys. The day ended with our guest, Prof Major Gen M P Singh congratulating the winners with medals and certificates.
Raising awareness about the ills of alcohol and drugs consumption
A Nukkad Natak under the guidance of Dr. Rashmi Bhatia, Programme Director (BBA) and Faculty Coordinators, Ms Arushi, Ms Jasleen Rana, and Ms Ashima Saxena, was organized by Rotaract Club of JIMS, Kalkaji on 3 rd November, 2017 to raise awareness about the ills of alcohol and drug abuse. The Rotaractors wearing black kurtas and red dupattas spread out in the gullies of Sudhaar Camp calling out people to come and witness the visual representation of what plagues their day to day lives. People of all ages gathered around the Rotaractors who gave a moving performance while interacting with the crowd through rhythmic couplets.