Keeping the spirit high and not letting the pace go slow, Research promotion cell organized webinars on the current topics of interest. The webinar was organized by Research promotion cell on 28th April2020 on Webex platform where audience was enlightened by CA Manmohan Khemka, CS Ajay Grag, and CA Rishu Gupta. Guest of HONOR for the webinar was Shri Shiv Raman Gaur, DHE(Director Higher Education), DAVCMC, New Delhi. The chief organizers of the webinar was Dr. Sunita Bishnoi and Dr. Juhi Kohli. Dr. Juhi Kohli started the webinar with the introduction about DAVIM, Principal Director and invited Speaker for the Day. CA Manmoham Khemka talked about the conceptual aspects of IPR and the Importance of IPRs in Indian context. Further he stressed that Indians must register more IPRs. The second speaker was CA Rishu Gupta and he discussed all the technical aspects for IPRs (Starting from registration till receiving of IPR certificate). CS Ajay Grag discussed various Career opportunities for Students in the field of IPR. Dr. Sunita Bishnoi presided over vote of thanks.
The webinar was organized by Faculty Development cell headed by Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora along with her team members Dr. Ashima, Dr. Parul and Ms. Kanika Organised Knowledge sharing programme on Restoring Self for Future on 2nd May 2020 on Webex platform where Ms. Anuradha Sharma was the Speaker of the Day. It was an interacting session on Acquiring Inner Alignment, Unleash Inner potential and Balancing Life. Where faculty talked about their apprehensions and discussed the possible way outs.
The key focus area of the session was Acquiring Inner Alignment, Unleash Inner potential and Balancing Life. Session started with welcome note by Dr. Sanjeev Sharma (Principal Director). He congratulated FDP department for initiating the process of organizing E FDP during this pandemic situation when all are confined to their places and cannot meet personally. Dr. Anuradha Sharma, Speaker of the session clearly mentioned that every problem has an opportunity in itself and by saying Good Bye to all negative thoughts one can originate positivity. Our thoughts are the roots to our destiny and our next actions are the results of our thoughts so it is entirely our responsibility to improve the quality of our thoughts to make this world a better place to live.
The webinar was organized by Research promotion cell from 8th-11 May 2020 on Webex platform where audience was enlightened by Prof. Sanjay Kaushik, Dean Colleges, Punjab University Chandigarh, Prof. Sanjeev Bansal, Director, Amity Business School, Noida, Dr. Divya Malhan, Assistant Professor, IMSAR, MDU, Rohtak, Dr. Mridul Maheswari, Assistant Professor IIM Kashipur (One of the Alumni of DAVIM), Prof. Tajinder Sharma, Department of Commerce, Kurukshetra University, KUK, Haryana and Prof. Harbhajan Bansal, Professor Haryana School of Business and Registrar GJUS&T. Dr. Juhi kohli started the webinar lecture series. She introduced DAVIM, Principal Director and invited Speaker for the Day. Prof. Sanjay Kaushik talked on ‘Achieving Excellence through Self Motivation in the current Volatile Environment’ and concluded that this COVID-19 is just a temporary situation and motivate yourself to win over the situation.
On Day 2 Prof. Sanjeev Bansal talked about ‘Spirituality: Solution to Kick and Positivity in Humans’ and discussed the importance of spirituality in human lives. Dr. Divya discussed about teaching Learning Practices during COVI-19. She also provided list etiquettes to students while attending online classes.
On Day 3 Dr. Mridul Maheswari spoke on ‘Trading off Learning and Performance’ and explained new skills to students to make their mark in Business world.
On the last Day of webinar lecture series Prof Tajinder Sharma discussed about ‘Rebuilding Economy after COVID-19’. He provided some interesting Data about Indian Economy and related future trends. Prof. Harbhajan Bansal mark his presence to give concluding remarks for the webinar lecture series. Dr Sanjeev Sharma and Dr. Sunita Bishnoi presided over vote of thanks for the successful completion of Webinar Lecture Series.
Accepting the new normal, DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad also initiated a web talk series, w.e.f 16th June 2020 to 24th June 2020 showcasing different courses of the Institute. Day after day Web-Talk of all the courses of DAVIM viz.- MBA, MCA, BBE, BBA(II), BBA, BCA, BBA(CAM), B.Sc. (Hons.) Comp. Sc. were organised using the social media platforms like Facebook and Webex, to make the audience aware about the courses.
In the web talk series, the opening remarks were given by Dr. Neelam Gulati, (Dean Academics). She addressed the audience with her enlightening words. Dr. Sanjeev Sharma, the Principal Director of DAVIM, acquainted the audience and inspired them by mentioning the importance of management concepts, digital and technological knowledge and highlighted the opportunities waiting for them in respective field(s). Each day one course was presented by the concerned department and team, followed by presentation on Training and Placement activities given by Mr. Harish Verma, Training and development consultancy cell that functions the entire year to help students for getting good trainings and placements. Also information about different centres/clubs like Rotaract, NSS, NCC, Patriotic Club, Centre for environment and add-on courses was befittingly shared.
During the programme the chat box popped with the queries raised by the audience regarding the respective course, which were taken by eminent faculties of DAVIM. Each session received an overwhelming response with approximately more than 900 viewers within hours. Lots of queries were solved via Google forms as the E-desk of DAVIM has been initiated by DAVIM’s counselling department.
The web talk ended with vote of thanks proposed by Department head and faculty and closing remarks by Dr. Ritu Gandhi – Vice Principal
On the occasion of 6th International Yoga Day the Centre for Environment in association with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), NSS and NCC of DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad commemorated this Day on 21st June 2020 on Virtual Platform. The trainer of the day Ms. Chanda Bhardwaj is an alumnus of DAVIM and Founder of Brahma Yoga Foundation. She is a professional Yoga Trainer. The session began with warm up and Surya Namaskar followed by some Asanas, Kriyas, Mudras and Pranayam which helped the faculty, staff and students to get energized and de-stress themselves.
The IQAC cell and Training department of DAV Institute of management, Faridabad organized a National Webinar on “LINKEDIN: A Goldmine of Global Opportunities- How to Leverage it to get what you want” on 27th June, 2020, from 11.30 AM to 2.30 PM. The Chief Guest of the webinar was Shri Shiv Raman Gaur, IAS (R), Director Higher Education, DAVCMC and the webinar was live on Facebook with over 100 registrations received from across India. The webinar commenced with the initial deliberations given by Dr. Dhrity Gulati Ahuja followed by welcome of guest and participants by Dr. Anamika Bhargava, IQAC coordinator. The Principal Director, Dr. Sanjeev Sharma, a visionary leader addressed the audience and emphasized the importance of adapting to the new normal and giving oneself the exposure to new ways and means of achieving the targets of life. He shared how LINKEDIN has helped countless young men and women to find right place for them. The Chief Guest, Shri Shiv Raman Gaur Ji, congratulated DAVIM for organising such a wonderful Webinar on a very relevant topic and how during these challenging times of COVID-19 more and more people are using the LinkedIn platform to enhance their professional visibility. Opening remarks were given by Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora, Vice Principal & Registrar.
The eminent speaker for the day was Ms. Divya Shlokam, CEO – DS Media Network. The award winning CEO of a Global Agency specialised in Leadership Branding, Content Marketing & Social Media with more than 20 years of experience having national & international exposure. She is the host of Value addition Global Shows and very popular among netizens. She is on a mission to help upto 6 Million people globally on linkedin to start using it more productively. During the session she emphasised the importance of Linkedin and how this platform can help anyone with job change, career growth, lead generation, startup growth, business expansion & more. She highlighted the fact that whoever learns to use linkedin smartly & strategies their engagement, content, profiling, networking will surely benefit financially or reputation wise in the long term.
The entire program was hosted by Dr. Pooja Kaul & Dr. Meera Wadhwa along with Photographs, collage and recording of entire session. Ms. Bhawna Khatri handled whatsapp group for first 100 participants very efficiently. Emails to participants and mailing of E-certificates were handled by Dr. Bhawna Sharma and Ms. Ruchi Dhunna. English News release was managed by Dr. Juhi Kohi & Dr. Parul Nagi. Hindi news release was taken care of by Ms. Reema Nangia & Dr. Sunita Bishnoi and entire media coverage was managed by Dr. Hema Gulati. Queries on the FaceBook were presented by –Dr. Ashima Tandon & Ms. Kanika Duggal. Ms Divya Shlokam answered them one by one, explaining and resolving it in a very practical way, making the session very interactive and interesting. Ms. Pooja Gaur has taken attendance through all the available sources. Closing remarks were given by Dr. Neelam Gulati, Dean Academics & Head of the Centre for Environment.
The webinar ended with a formal vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Anjali Ahuja, Dean Training and Development cell along with handling of Training & Development facebook page. The listeners are asked to fill feedback form and that was framed & designed by Dr. Sarita Kaushik and Ms. Monika Khatri. All the technical support for live session and DAV facebook page was handled by Mr. Harish Rawat very efficiently. The Webinar received an overwhelming response with over 1000 views on the FaceBook.
The Student Welfare Department of DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad organised a National Webinar on ‘Positive Psychology and Mental Health’ on 29th June 2020 at 11.30 to 1.00pm. The Chief Organizer of the webinar was Ms. Reema Nangia Sr. Counsellor and Student Welfare Officer. The webinar was attended by 300+ participants. The guest of honor Dr. Ramesh K. Arya congratulated DAVIM for organising the Webinar on such a crucial topic of the day. Dr. Jasbir Rishi, Vice Chancellor (Officiating), Dean Student Welfare, Head of department, Psychology, DAV University, Jalandhar was the speaker of the day. Dr. Jasbir emphasized that how one must focus on positive traits rather than negative traits. She explained the three pillars of Positive Psychology as: positive experiences, positive individual traits, and positive institutions. The webinar received an overwhelming response.
The DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad organized a National Webinar on Managing Stress and Mental Health during challenging times on 30th June 2020 at 11.00 to 1.00pm. The Principal Director Dr. Sanjeev Sharma gave the initial deliberation and addressed the audience with his enriching and enlightening words. He emphasized how effectively one needs to manage stress in these tough times of COVID-19. He congratulated the organizing team Dr. Neelam Gulati (Dean- Academics and Centre for Environment), Dr. Anamika (IQAC Coordinator), Dr. Meera Wadhwa (Dean- Student Support), Dr. Gurjeet Kaur, (Dean- Outreach Programme), Dr. Rashmi Bhargava, (Dean- Holistic Growth) for taking a step forward in organizing such insightful webinar for all of us. The Opening Remarks were given by Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora, Vice Principal and Registrar, DAVIM. There were four technical session in the webinar whereby one after another speaker added their insightful experiences and valuable suggestions for the participants.
The first technical session was taken up by Mr. Rajiv Chawla (Chairman, IAMSME OF INDIA),followed by Dr. Anubha Walia (Director – Prism Trainings and Consultancy) taking up the second technical session. Further Dr. Pankaj Gupta (President, Indian Institute of Health Management and Research University presided over the third technical session and lastly Dr. Jaya Sukul, HOD, Psychology, QRG Hospital concluded the fourth technical session. The Speakers of the day focused on how effective stress management helps you break the hold stress has on your life, so you can be happier, healthier, and more productive. The ultimate goal is a balanced life, with time for work, relationships, relaxation, and fun—and the resilience to hold up under pressure and meet challenges head on. But stress management is not one-size-fits-all. That’s why it’s important to experiment and find out what works best in general. They suggested that one must do a bit to manage stress like accepting that there are events that you cannot control, exercise regularly to remain fit, Eat healthy and well-balanced meals , Learn to manage your time more effectively ,Set limits appropriately and learn to say no to requests that would create excessive stress in your life, Make time for hobbies, interests, and relaxation, Get enough rest and sleep ,recover from stressful events , Don't rely on alcohol, drugs, or compulsive behaviors to reduce stress, Seek out social support ,Spend enough time with those you enjoy, Be assertive instead of aggressive , Learn and practice relaxation techniques.
The webinar received an overwhelming response from the viewers and as such the chat box was full of queries which were presented by Ms. Kanika Duggal and Ms. Neha Sharma. The Session concluded by vote of thanks given by Organisers.
The IQAC in Collaboration with Innovation Cell of DAV Institute of Management, Faridabad organized a Webinar on Ease of Living – “The Goal of Citizen Centric Governance” on 10th July 2020 from 11.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m. The webinar was attended by around 100 participants.
The initial deliberation was given by Dr. Pooja Kaul, Dean Innovation Cell. The Webinar commenced with the welcome of guest and participants by Dr. Anamika Bhargava, IQAC Coordinator. The Principal Director Dr. Sanjeev Sharma addressed the audience and emphasized on the standard of living of people in today’s environment and he also focused that it is basically the ease by which people living in a time or place are able to satisfy their needs and/or wants. The guest of honour Sh. Shiv Raman Gaur, Director Higher Education, DAVCMC, New Delhi congratulated DAVIM for organising such a wonderful Webinar on a very relevant topic
The Eminent & Distinguished speaker of the day was Sh. Sarvesh Kaushal, Former Chief Secretary, Govt. of Punjab. He has been the Special Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister of Punjab. He has also been served himself in Indian Police Service & Indian Administrative Service. He has also attended many District & National Training Programs. He focused on sustainable development and goals of sustainable development. He talked about major issues of ease of living in rural and urban areas. He focused on four pillars of ease of living index – Institutional, economic, social and physical. The Webinar concluded with a formal vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora, Vice Principal & Registrar. The Webinar received an overwhelming response from the viewers.
DAV Institute of Management had organized National E- Panel Discussion Series on “Unlocking Higher Education: Digital Transformation” from 16th July to 18th July 2020. It will be one of its kind event where series of panel discussions in which Hon’able Vice Chancellors of various universities, Pro-vice chancellors , Principals and senior faculty members of institutes of repute will focus to extend the support for students’ success in a fully remote teaching and learning environment during the unprecedented COVID-19 situation across India. The objective of the event is to conceptualize the transformation in Indian Higher Education System during COVID-19 and in New Normal Environment. The event is an effort to bring together bright minds through idea-focused panel discussions, and on a wide domain of Student Experience, to foster learning, inspiration and thought provoking conversations that matter. We believe expert’s voice would be a critical addition to the existing world of knowledge related to this field.
The theme for 16th July 2020 was ”ICT and Blended Learning : A new face of Education System”. The Initial deliberation of the session was done by Dr. Rashmi Bhargava (Dean Holistic Development) who welcomed all the panelist of the day. Sh. Prabodh Mahajan (Vice President DAVCMC) congratulated all for realizing the need of the current situation and coming forward with a unique idea of organizing the much needed E- Panel discussion series. Sh. Shiv Raman Gaur, Director Higher Education, DAVCMC and Patron of the E- Panel Series said that although online teaching is the need of the day but somehow in one way or other we need to have the physical class to have great learning impact. Dr. Sanjeev Sharma, Principal Director, DAVIM welcomed all the panelist of the day and thanked them for being part of this event. He congratulatedthe organizers of the event Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora, Dean- FDP Cell , Dr. Sunita Bishnoi- Dean- Research Promotion Cell, Dr. Pooja Kaul- Dean- Innovation Cell, Dr. Ashima Tandon- Dean E-content and LMS Cellfor coming up with this unique idea of holding E- panel Discussion in these challenging times. Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora, Vice Principal and Registrar, started with explaining the theme of the day one and mentioned that for successful unlocking of the Higher Education, ICT and Blended Learning have a crucial role to play in time to come.
The Chief Guest of the day Sh. Raj Nehru, Vice Chancellor, SVSU, focused on the need of a paradigm shift in our thinking about teaching and learning to create an enabling environment for learning with technology. Dr. Juhi Kohli (ACS), Moderator of the event introduced all the panelist of the Day to the participants. The speakers of the day were Dr. Rakesh Sharma, IFS Officer, Dr. Sanjeev K. Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Mahtama Gandhi central University, Motihari , Prof. Parvinder Singh, Controller of Examination, Panjab University, Chandigarh,Dr. Yog Raj, Punjabi University, Patiala , Prof. Sultan Singh, Director, Department of Business Admisnistration, CDLU, Sirsa, Prof. Karam pal narwal, Director, Higher School of Business, GJU, Hissar and Prof. Sanjay Dhingra, University School of Management Studies, GGSIPU, Delhi.
Dr. Rakesh Sharma Shared his views on the changing role of teacher with the use of ICT and blended learning. He said that switch over to online education is not by choice rather it has been forced over all the stakeholders by the prevailing pandemic situation. He also suggested Dr. Gaur to come up with at least two week progarmme here in teachers may be trained to be Technology friendly.
Dr. Karampal, said that there is a difference between online teaching and teaching online. These are two pole part things as online teaching requires lot of infrastructure and trained faculties. He focused on various challenges faced by different stakeholders be it teachers, Parents, students or government. Dr. Yograj shared his view said that India is a country wherein 80 % of the population is deprived of food and basic amenities and 20% are well equipped with gadgets so in country like India online education is not possible. He also said that education is not only about turning the pages of the book but also about meeting people and learning new things.
Dr. Sanjeev K. Sharma,V.C on a very positive note said that Indian higher education needs to think positively rather than materialistically. He emphasized that thinking is not only bound to online or offline as the situations may come and go , what is important is the learning. Dr. Sanjay Dhingra rightly said that teachers have adapted with the change of shift from offline to online teaching but the teachers need to put more of efforts to make class interactive. Dr. Sanjeev Sharma, Principal Director raised the issue of unequal divide of education and said that different views and policies and viewpoints are being given by central and state government but their must be adoption of one nation one policy. The discussions held will definitely pave the way for the future of Higher Education in India. In times to come the use of ICT and blended learning will change the face of education. With these words the session was concluded by Dr. Anamika Bhargava (Coordinator IQAC) with the vote of thanks.
The theme for July 17, 2020 was “Digital Transformation of Higher Education: Challenges & Opportunities”. After the initial deliberations of the session by Dr. ParulNagi(Dean Cultural Committee) who gave glimpse of DAVIM and welcomed the reputed panelists of the day, the message of the Chief Patron, Padmashree Shri Punam Suri, President DAVCMC was read by Shri. Shiv Raman Gaur, Director Higher Education, DAVCMC and Patron of the E- Panel Series in which he congratulated and appreciated that institute is carrying forward the legacy of DAV College Managing Committee by supporting society and government both in making policies for the education industry as well as for academic fraternity and that he has a hope and believe that the results of this Panel discussion will bring out finest opportunities for higher education institutions, academic leaders, academicians, professionals and researchers of various disciplines from all over the India to share and express their views, discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions. Shri. Shiv Raman Gaur also appreciated yesterday’s event and said that today’s theme of digitalization will impart knowledge about the challenges and opportunities we will come across in this situation. Dr. Sanjeev Sharma, Principal Director, DAVIM welcomed all the panelist of the day and thanked them for being part of this event. He also congratulated the organizers of the eventDr. Ritu Gandhi Arora, Dean- FDP Cell, Dr. Sunita Bishnoi- Dean- Research Promotion Cell, Dr. Pooja Kaul- Dean- Innovation Cell, Dr. Ashima Tandon- Dean E-content and LMS Cell for coming up with this unique idea of holding E- panel Discussion. Dr. Pooja Kaul, Dean- Innovation Cell initiated the session with explaining the theme of the day two and mentioned that for successful unlocking of Higher Education, digital transformation is the need of the hour
The Guest of Honour Dr. N.K. Uberoi, Vice President DAVCMC shared his views on importance of faculty development, freedom, utopia and learning. The Chief Guest of the day, Dr. VineyKapurMehra, Vice Chancellor - Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, National Law Univ., Rai,Haryana accentuated the new dimensions of creativity for students. Ms. Kanika Duggal (Asst. Professor), Moderator of the event introduced all the panelist of the day to the participants. The eminent speakers of the day were Prof. R.S. Bawa, Pro Chancellor - Chandigarh University, Prof. Rajender K. Anayath, Vice Chancellor - DCRUST, Murthal, Haryana, Prof Arun Kumar, Chair Person - Dept. of Hydro &Renewable Energy, MNRE, IIT Roorkee, Prof. G.S. Brar, Assistant Director Higher Education, Dept. Govt. of Punjab, Prof. Tejinder Sharma, Department of Commerce, KUK, Kurukshetra and Prof. Ashwani Bhalla, SCD Govt. College, Ludhiana &President PCMA Ludhiana, Punjab.
Dr. R. S. Bawa emphasized on Technology, Innovation and Flexibility. Also, he mentioned that the concentrated effort of all the sections of the society is required and training of teachers and students is the demand of the time. Dr. G.S. Brar, showed his concern for govt. sectors who are not competent with technology and said that Covid -19 is a good opportunity to upgrade the system. Dr. Rajender K. Anayath threw light on digitalized post Covid-19 scenario and urged to learn digital technology. In his words, “Teacher robot will prepare the questions and evaluate. Research papers will be published by robots”. Dr. Tejinder Sharma focused on the need to enable and empower both faculty and students in the tough times such as this. Prof. Arun Kumar focused on the need of revolution in content development and suggested to use moodle as it contains many features to evaluate the students ‘performance.
Dr. Neelam Gulati, Dean Academics – DAVIM, foregrounded the key points of Day 2’s discussion and concluded the session by extending polite vote of thanks.
The Theme for 18th July 2020 was “The Pedagogical Innovations in Higher Education – A shift from offline to online”. In Initial deliberation, Dr Bhawna Sharma (Asst. Professor) threw light on the 23 years long Journey of DAVIM and the efforts been put in by the Institute in the field of education during the COVID- 19 outbreak.
Dr. Sanjeev Sharma, Principal Director, DAVIM welcomed all the distinguished panelists of the day and congratulated the organizers of the event: Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora- Dean FDP Cell, Dr. Sunita Bishnoi-Dean-Research Promotion Cell, Dr. Pooja Kaul- Dean Innovation and Add on Courses, Dr. Ashima Tandon- Dean E-content and LMS Cell for conducting the E- Panel Discussion. According to Dr. Sharma after the deliberation, the conclusions drawn would be passed on to the various appropriate authorities for further course of action.
Dr. Sunita Bishnoi (Dean- Research Promotion Cell) very well explained the theme of the day and showed her concern for the present situation. She elaborated the takeaways of the last 2- days of discussion.
Dr. Ashima Tandon, (Dean- E-content and LMS cell) moderator of the day, introduced all the panellists of the day to the audience : Dr. Vikas Nath - Director BVIMR (New Delhi), Prof. Ravinder Kumar - Dean Faculty of Social Science Jamia Milia Islamia University (New Delhi), Dr. Raj Kumar Mahajan- Registrar GNA University, Phagwara, Punjab , Prof. Pradeep K. Ahlawat - IMSAR (MD University, Rohtak), Prof. Jyoti Rana – Dean, SFMSR & DSW, Shri Vishkarma University (Haryana), Dr. Namita Rajput – Associate Professor at Shri Aurobindo College (Delhi University) & Dr. Neeraj Chandok - CEO Building Block Customer Services.
Dr. Jyoti Rana discussed that in taxonomy of online education, there is a need to understand the learning, management, course delivery part, demand and inclination towards short term courses or skill-based courses. She focused on the 3Rs, Re-strategising the whole situation, Re-imaging the whole operating order of the education and Re-defining the value proposition
Dr. Vikas Nath said that the things are changing fast as there are various new software being introduced to help the teachers and students. AICTE is also offering various schemes to upgrade the infrastructure of the institutions.
Prof. Pradeep K. Ahlawat focused on the technological innovations and improvisation as it has always brought improvement in life of human beings. Universities, UGC, AICTE and other statutory bodies also need to redesign curriculum to be imparted technologically.
Dr. Namita Rajput drew the attention of everyone towards the challenges in front of the universities as every institution is not fully equipped with the facilities for effective teaching and evaluating the outcome. Head of the institutions should move further for MOUs with IT organisations.
Dr. Raj Kumar Mahajan emphasised on the challenges during pandemic like admissions and start of classes. Training of teachers and students as per technological need as well as Health and Hygiene condition are the requirement of the new system. He talked about CoCube software that could be the solution for conducting online examination in an effective way.
Dr. Ravinder Kumar discussed about conducting the online examination, a challenging task due to lack of facilities. Even conducting offline exam is also a big challenge due to lack of space and issue of social distancing. He suggested that Google classroom can be used for online test, online quizzes, and online viva voce and emphasised that it should be a balanced approach for the online mode.
Dr. Neeraj Chandok talked about how 21st century classroom learners are different from 20th century learners. He focused on the 3E’s namely Education, Engagement and Entertainment. The students are made to feel valued and there must be strong bond between the teacher and the learner.
On behalf of the audience, Dr. Hema Gulati (Dean- Curriculum Coordination), Dr. Gurjeet Kaur ( Dean -Out Reach Programmes), Dr. Anjali Ahuja (Dean -Training Programmes) raised relevant queries from the chat box and Facebook in front of the panelist. All the panelist effectively and efficiently handled the queries.
Sh. Shiv Raman Gaur, Director Higher Education, DAVCMC summed up the 3-days E- Panel Discussion Series on a very positive note by saying that the discussion held in these days have landed up to maximum possible solutions and guidelines in the direction of online education . He emphasised that there is a difference between online teaching and teaching online and so the teaching fraternity needs to put in their best efforts for bridging the gap and getting effective results.
Dr Sarita Kaushik, (NAAC- Coordinator) in her concluding remarks acknowledged and admired all the panelist, organizers and all the team members with a formal vote of Thanks.
“Knowledge and education never grow old rather it beautifies and nourishes itself and spreads its luminous light everywhere”
Certainly, education is one such epitome of oneness, progression advancement and universal brotherhood. It unites people, nations and world as a whole.
Creating a bond between educators and students, it holds a life-long relationship and records the journey of mutual exchange of knowledge as well as wisdom. DAVInstitute of Management whose foundation was laid under the aegis of DAV College Managing Committee, follows the maxim of spreading the light of knowledge and stand as a torch bearer of a progressive society and nation. In order to revisit the lives of the alumni of our esteemed institution, the alumni association committee organized alumni meet named“A TRIP TO NOSTALGIA” on the virtual platform.
The history of DAVIM speaks for itself with its apparent anecdotes of success and learning in all spheres of education. DAVInstitute of Management hall of fame includes successful managers,IT professionals and students spreading their wings across the world to pursue higher professional studies.
The Initial deliberation of the session was done by Dr. Dhrity Gulati who welcomed our honorable Principal Director, Dr. Sanjeev Sharma. He congratulated and welcomed the alumni to join in for an unforgettable journey to the memory lane, motivating and applauding the endeavors of all the faculty members for organizing such one of its kind, virtual meet with the Alumni.It was followed by the opening remarks of highly revered Vice Principal and Registrar Dr. Ritu Gandhi Arora. Her words of wisdom marked the initial development of the Alumni meet.
This progress took us to hear touching video “Walking down the memory lane”. It enabled the entire faculty and students to revisit the times where they all were together and worked as one whole united entity. In DAVIM, the one who enters the ingress of the institution, experiences overall holistic development. It was an over - whelming moment equally for everybody.
The programme was conducted in three phases. The introduction of the guests was done by Dr. Rashmi Bhargava, Dr. Dhrity Gulati and Ms. Priyanka Gaur.The alumni were welcomed to share their wonderful experience during their college learning years.The speakers included professionals who have left a mark in their respective fields.Dr. Rajiv Mehta, Chairman, NIAM Educational Foundation, Dr. Pavwan Chhabra, National Sales Head (Aditya Birla Capital Ltd), Dr. Rahul Nanda, Consultant and Advisor (Food and beverage industry), Mr. Anish Batta, Entrepreneur), Mr. Ankush Gupta, Vice President, Accenture. Mr. Nitin Gupta, Consultant, TCS, Mr. TarunChhahariya, AGM, IDBI bank, Mr. Yogveer Singh Lamba, Technical officer(CCN Dept, NIT Kurukshetra), Ms. Latika Joshi, Agra Khan Education service, Tanzania, Mr. Rakesh Mehta, Owner, Astral Education. – to name a few.Ms. Khushboo Gupta, Senior Manager, Adobe; Ms. Preeti Bhargava, Specialist (talent acquisition), Accenture; Mr. Vikram Dhawan, Head of Institute, VLCC Institute of beauty and nutrition, Faridabad; Mr. Vishal Vishkarma, Software Engineer, Wipro; Ms. Swati Sharma, Assistant Professor Jagannath Institute – they all were part of this out of the box event who have also achieved great heights in their fields. They all interacted with aspiring students to motivate them to take up varied career opportunities.
To add up some sparkle to the event, a FUN ACTIVITY was conducted with our Alumni. It was a refreshing experience for all.
The programme reached its denouement with a vote of thanks by Dr. Meera Wadhwa, Convener – Alumni Association Committee. She applauded the combined efforts of all the faculty members and the alumni who came together at a common platform to share their experiences and made this event a huge success. The institution looks forward to organize such felicitations and meets in future as well.
Every year July 26 is celebrated as ‘Kargil Vijay Diwas’ to remember the success of Operation Vijay in 1999 Kargil War. This year marked 21st anniversary of India’s victory and it is a moment of great pride for every citizen of this country. To pay respects to the Jawans who sacrificed their lives on the battlefield, SARFAROSH – The Patriots Club of DAV INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT, FARIDABAD organized a Web talk on “Know Your Heroes”. The esteemed speakers of the day who illuminated the event with their intriguing experiences were Col. D V Sheoran, Col. Deepak Singh, Sqn. Ldr. Ankur Naik and Major Vikrant Khare. Col. D V Sheoran shared the life experiences of a soldier and motivated students to join Indian Army. Col. Deepak Singh focused on his bitter sweet experiences of Kargil War 1999. Sqn. Ldr. Ankur Naik motivated the viewers by sharing his experiences through riveting stories. Whereas, Major Vikrant Khare astonished the virtual audience by connecting Army experiences with civil life. 1000 plus viewers within an hour and chat box flooded with queries were the evidence of event’s success.