Demo of Smart Board

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.



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Faculty Development Programmes on 09th December 2017

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.

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JIMS “Annual Alumni Meet 2017 for BBA and BCom H”

‘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.

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Vigilance Awareness Week

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.

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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.


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Annual Sports Day 2017

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.


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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.



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Zest and Dandiya-2017

JIMS Annual Cultural Event was organized on 14th October, 2017 and on 13th October, 2017. For each event, teams from all the four JIMS campus – namely Kalkaji, Vasant Kunj, Lajpat Nagar and Greater Noida participated with full enthusiasm and zeal.

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The importance of retention in an organization

Workers or the employees are the greatest assets for any business which are far from being a liability. Attrition is basically defined as reduction in the number of workers through various reasons like resignation, retirement, death, etc. This takes place due to non fulfillment of the expectations of the workers from the organization in return of all the services provided to them. This is to some extent natural for any organization. There are few reasons which can be behind the attrition. They are ambitions, further career aspirations, inadequate training and inefficient management, family mobility, conflicts between job strategies and goals, role stress, lack of scope for growth in terms of position salary, lack of innovation, excitement, lack of challenges, management styles.

The organization especially in the field of IT needs to completely change its policies regarding the retention of manpower.  It is often seen that the employees sticking to same organization more loyal to the organization and management. As the employees working for a longer span of time are more familiar with the organizations policies and guidelines. As the reasons for employees leaving the organization are mainly low salary, less benefits,  lack of work life balance, not having a good working environment, dissatifaction with management,etc. the important thing is to know the main reasons of employees leaving the organization and then constructing sound policies accordingly to improve the retention . The ways of improving the retention is to have good periodical appraisals,  have sound policies, maintain a healthy work life balance and most important to have a system where the employees can go for their grievances and the prompt redressal to their grievances. It is therefore important for the managers to have  developed leadership training model in which the leader is able to look forth in the grievances of its employees. The organization should promote diversity and creativity. The organization should make their employees feel valued and important in the organization.

They should be attracted and retained in the best possible way and provided them with encouragement that would make them feel that they are an integral part of the company’s mission. The management should consider and understand the difference between the valuable worker and the worker who doesn’t contribute much effort to the work and the organization. Thus, sincere efforts should be made by the organization to encourage the workers so that they stay happy and satisfied in the current organization and do not look for a change and other opportunities available in the job market. Thereby, the organization would not only retain the employee but will have a team of loyal and well experienced workers in their team and which would not only increase the productivity but will also build the goodwill of the organization in the long run.

By Ms Aditi Joshi

Assistant Professor

JIMS Kalkaji

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The Most Important Question of Your Life

Everyone needs what can rest easy. Everybody needs to carry on a light hearted, upbeat and simple life, to experience passionate feelings for, to look immaculate and profit and be mainstream and very much regarded and appreciated.

In case I ask you, “What do you require out of life?” and you say something like, “I should be cheery and have a mind boggling family and an occupation I like,” it’s pervasive to the point that it doesn’t mean anything. An all the more intriguing inquiry, an inquiry that maybe you’ve never considered, is the thing that torment do you need in your life? What are you willing to battle for? Since that is by all accounts a more noteworthy determinant of how our lives turn out.

Everyone needs to have a stunning employment and budgetary freedom — however not every person needs to endure 72-hour work weeks, long drives, upsetting printed material, to explore discretionary corporate progressions and the mundane bounds of a vast desk area hellfire. Individuals need to be rich without the hazard, without the yield, without the postponed satisfaction important to gather riches.

Since bliss requires battle. The positive is the symptom of taking care of the negative. You can just maintain a strategic distance from negative encounters for so some time before they return thundering to life.

At the centre of all human conduct, our requirements are pretty much comparable. Positive experience is anything but difficult to deal with. It’s negative experience that we as a whole, by definition, battle with. In this way, what we escape life is not dictated by the positive sentiments we want but rather by what terrible emotions we’re eager and ready to manage to get us to those nice sentiments.

Individuals need to begin their own business or turn out to be monetarily free. Be that as it may, you don’t wind up a fruitful business person unless you figure out how to value the hazard, the vulnerability, the rehashed disappointments, and working crazy hours on something you have no clue whether will be effective or not.

What decides your prosperity isn’t “What would you like to appreciate?” The inquiry is, “The thing that agony would you like to support?” The nature of your life is not dictated by the nature of your positive encounters however the nature of your negative encounters. What’s more, to get the hang of managing negative encounters is to get the hang of managing life.

Your identity is characterized by the qualities you will battle for. Individuals who appreciate the battles of an exercise centre are the ones who get fit as a fiddle. Individuals who appreciate long work filled weeks and the legislative issues of the company pecking order are the ones who climb it. Individuals who appreciate the burdens and vulnerability of the starving craftsman way of life are at last the ones who live it and make it.

This is not a call for self discipline or courage. This is the most basic and fundamental segment of life: our battles decide our triumphs. So pick your battles wisely.

By Ms. Deeksha Suneja

Assistant Professor





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Diwali Stall by HCRA : Rotaract Activity

A Diwali stall was setup by HCRA (Handicapped Children’s Rehabilitation Association) on 13th October, 2017 near the canteen area. This stall was an exhibition of many handmade items like diyas, candles, jute items, show pieces, decorative items, accessories etc. made by handicapped children. This stall was coordinated by BBA/Bcom Rotaract Club.



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