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  • 1. HULCHAL An industrial visit to one of the most eminent company in elec- trical sector, it was an day to look back to, a warm welcome by Genus family to our stu- dents was very pleasing, the day with Genus started with lite snacks which surely did satisfied the stomachs later on the Genus family served food for our brains, which I hope was a way for the students to quench the thirst of knowl- edge, we were addressed by some of the most experienced members of the Genus family and we were amazed by the way they taught us the values of the corporate sector. There were three speakers, all from different backgrounds, the session helped us to be up to date with the knowledge re- lated to the marketing, human resource and finance sector. There were no questions unan- swered, the speakers did their best in providing the students with the most suitable answers. Although due to the lack of time all the students did not get a chance to visit the indus- trial sector, but at the end it was an day of learning and helping ourselves to prepare for the future. Report By– Akshay Sharma ISBM is thankful to Genus Power Ltd. For organizing industrial tour cum learning workshop, where senior execu- tives from Genus guided the students about corporate world. Genus– Energizing Lives The software of tally is a very important software when it comes to the finance depart- ment, Dr. Ram Garg con- ducted an one day workshop for all the students of ISBM, training them on the skills of tally, he taught the students on how to effectively work on the software and taught the stu- dents from the fundamentals to the depths, the software is basically used for making com- pany profiles, creating a voucher, shortcut keys, fund flow statement, cash flow statement, recording of trans- actions and how to tally work practically, students were satis- fied at the end of the work- shop about their tally skills and were confident enough to use tally in future. Report by– Shabbir Alam Tally– A workshop unbounded ISBM GYAN VIHAR UNIVERSITY NEWSLETTER 1 (3) 7/10/13 Project Management 2 Virtual Trading by ICICI 2 Doom of Morality 3 BITCOIN 4 C3W 2013 6 Alumni Speak 7 Inside this issue: Upcoming Events  Its time feel some adrenaline rushing in the cells as Bellicose is round the corner, taking place on 9th and 10th of October.  C3W has always been an awaited event of the year which will unfold on the 18th and 19th of October.
  • 2. Management is the core com- petent for the management students, management includes wide aspects of the corporate world and who better can teach us management than our respected Dean Dr. TK Jain, who is immensely experienced in management, the session of project management was ex- tremely interactive and com- petitive, students were divided into teams and were told to play the laid out activities which were brain teasers, ma- jority of the students were scratching their heads with no clue of how to solve the given problems and situations, stu- dents learned how to calculate the days for completion of the projects and how to effectively manage them, this session was further overtaken by dr. Swati, who again conducted an abso- lutely amazing activity which the students loved and at the end dr. Ram Garg conducted an activity about successful and unsuccessful business plan which was sheerly interactive and knowledgeable. Report By– Aditya Kookna Project Management tension, it gets the heart pump- ing, the game is being played under the guidance of Dr. ram Garg who himself has a wide knowledge relating to the stocks, the game is being played nationally and the prices for the winners are extraordi- nary, a majority of the students are playing this game from ISBM which itself creates an healthy competition inside the college. Axis community is always known for getting and organizing amazing events which again has been proved right by the head of the com- munity Dr ram Garg, who says " we want our students to excel in every field and we will sup- port them whenever they need us". Report by– Mahendra Solanki Axis Community presents Virtual Trading 1st October to 15th Octo- ber, An on going event of virtual stock trading looks very promising as students can try their luck, skills and knowledge relating to the stock world in any way they can without los- ing any money. This game is conducted by ICICI which gives a real feel of the stock world the ups and downs, the Page 2 HU LCHAL
  • 3. Page 3HU LCHAL Volume 1, Issue 3 Doom of Morality Envision a bee stuck in a spiders web, struggling, baffled and known of its coming doom, similarly morality is stuck in the web of desires. How could you possibly in- struct a teenager today after what is being manifested on the television (promotion of alcohol, drugs, influence of celebrities, fashion of clothing, live-in relationships). There was an era when friendship was respected, now it’s so called “friends with benefits”. Morality has vaporized as the like of Water. Development has ruined decency, its universal today to have children before mar- riage, the newspapers are full of sexual assault on women’s, there is killing for mere amount of money, children, small children are made to work, female child is killed in the wombs, Is this the world we want to live in? Is this we called development? Television, internet, parties, alcohol, drugs; we have given up everything for them. It’s not we who are consuming them; it’s they who are consuming us. Our morality is being consumed and as a result it’s scarce now. Morality is doomed. Everyone wants their sisters, their mothers, and their wives to be respected but are not willing enough to respect other women folk. It seems correct to remark a women passing by but becomes intolerable when done to our own. What kind of demons have we turned into? Morality is to differentiate between good and bad, right and wrong. Are we really capable of distinguishing? We are living our lives with unknown desires; we are just walking without any clue of the destination. We have become so heedless of moral values that we want to accomplish our desires at any cost. In present morality is vanished but convincingly in future people won’t know it ever existed. Written By– Apurv Dadhich Guided by– Mr. Puneet Bafna (Faculty ISBM)
  • 4. Bitcoin– Something New Page 4HU LCHAL Volume 1, Issue 3 Introduction: Making payment is one of our routines and its mode has changed very drastically. Initially there was barter system then we moved from gold/silver coins for making payments, to paper currency, plastic money and finally electronic payment. Now there is a new emerging concept-cryptocurrency. Bitcoin is one of the crypto currencies which is gaining popularity day by day. What is it? Bitcoin is a digital currency used over the internet for trading or payment for services. It is encrypted using cryptography for security hence cannot be easily counterfeited. It can be transferred from a com- puter or Smartphone to another and cannot be tracked. Its internationally recognized code is BTC. Bitcoin was introduced in 2008 as a peer to peer, electronic cash system by an anonymous group of individuals. It is a decentralised currency that is created, used and controlled by its users. The Bitcoin phenomenon is growing at a rapid pace. The currency is finite in number to keep inflation rates low. A typical bitcoin address has alphanumeric code with some signs. Advantages: As it is a digital currency, one can carry thousands of bitcoins in his/her phone or any electronic stor- age device. Any transaction one does using bitcoin is untraceable and there are no taxes involved. Unlike physical currency one cannot stole bitcoins because theft requires access to authorized physical device to transfer them. Its transfer occurs instantly therefore one cannot reverse the transaction and most importantly bitcoins are not liable to any government or financial institution making it accessible to everyone.
  • 5. Page 5 HU LCHAL Volume 1, Issue 3 Trading Platforms: The largest Bitcoin trading platform is Tokyo-based Mt.Gox. It is also the most reliable place to buy bit- coin. The bourse always displays an exchange rate and can show a chart with historical rates. Bitcoin is di- vided into smaller units called Satoshis. 100 million satoshis make 1 BTC. Pitfalls (obviously): Volatility is one of the biggest pitfalls. The value of bitcoins could nosedive at any time or appreciate sev- eral times over in just few hours. Since supply and demand of bitcoins is not monitored by any central au- thority, there is a low liquidity. The other problems include frequent hacking attempts, confusion among users etc. Since bitcoin transactions are not easily traceable, they can be used for money laundering and for all manner of illegal online transactions. Usage: There are number of places where one can spend bitcoins. Some popular websites accept bitcoins for mak- ing purchases and donations. Certain physical establishments in the USA have started accepting Bitcoins payment. Besides, as it has a trding platform, it is also used for investment purposes. Recently RBI said that it has no intention of regulating virtual currency (BITCOIN) right now cos' it will first seek to understand Bitcoin although it has recently come under regulatory gaze in US and other countries over concerns that it can be used for illegal purposes. I hope it was informative. Written By– Deepak Ku Sah Guided by– Dr. Ruchi Goyal (Faculty ISBM) ISBM has conferred the best student award to the fol- lowing students for their outstanding performance : - A.Amit Kumar Pathak (B.Com—Corporate Secre- taryship—III Semester) B.Apurv Dadhich (BBA—III Semester)
  • 6. C3W is scheduled on 18 and 19 Octo- ber. The students are preparing them- selves for the event. We are proud to share that large number of environmen- talists, writers, thinkers, and eminent experts are participating during this convention. Prominent names include Shri Sharad Joshi, Shri Om Thanvi, Major Himanshu, Shri Sawai Singh ji, Shri Anupam Mishra ji, Shri Rajendra Singh ji, Dr. S.N. Subba Rao ji, The students are preparing special skits, plays and activities representing their perspectives on environmental protec- tions (scheduled for Creative Cultural Night on 18/10/13). There will be spe- cial GREEN BUSINESS PLAN CHALLENGE being hosted by E-Cell of Gyan Vihar University supported by Nurture Talent Academy. There will be special sessions, workshops and training programmes specially designed for this. a. Sri Devi Singh Bhati : He has saved thousands of hactares of Gochar Land in Desert areas. He will share his experi- ences of how he saved this land. He will also share the benefits of Gochar land, the benefits of vegetations which are found in Gochar Land. b. Prof. Varun Arya : He has converted 100 acres of barren land into green land near Jodhpur. He will make a presenta- tion on how he did it. c. Sri Nirmal Bardia : He has planted 1 crore trees in desert areas. He will share how he did it and how he will get 5 crore trees planted. d. Sri P.C. Jain : He got over 11 lakh trees planted in just one day. He will share his experiences e. Karuna International : It mobilised schools to involve students in polythene boycott, protesting against cruelity against animals and in organising stu- dent campaign for plantations. They will share their experiences f. Greenpeace : they are involving our stu- dents in research in preparing a solar based water pump which will be operated on solar energy and will cost less then Rs. 1 lakh. g. Sri Anil Bokil, Arthakranti, Pune : he will share his ideas on new economic system which he has conceptualised h. Anuj Agarawal : He will share his ideas on how India can become a great country - his concept of Moulik Bharat i. Ms . Medha Patkar : She will share her vi- sion about negative impacts of large dams and large projects and how to protect property rights of tribals and common citizens j. Dr. S.N. Subba Rao , NYP : He will share how youth can again transform our country. k. Justice Pana Chand Jain : He will share his ideas on role of law and judges in environment protection l. Justice V.S. Dave : he will talk about recent important decisions on environment protec- tion and role of Green Tribunal. m. Major Dr. Himanshu : He will talk about how he is organising the farmers in UP and how he is fighting for the rights of farmers. n. Shivraj Bishnoi : on contribution of Bish- noi community in protecting animals and trees in Rajasthan. o. Dr. Mahendra Khadgawat : He has digital- ised Rajasthan Archieves including 35 lakh old princely states' documents. He will share his experiences and will also throw light on envi- ronmental issues in the old documents. p. Dr. Latif Usta, Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur : He is an authority on monument con- servation. He is curator with Jawahar Kala Kendra and will share his insights on conserv- ing heritage. q. Dr. P.S. Vohra, Chandigarh : an expert economist, he will share his ideas on impact of climate change on Indian economy r. Krishna Prasad, Delhi : Patent holder in water purification technologies, he will share his innovations in water purifications and options for the future. s. Rajendra Singh, Innovative prod- ucts Delhi : He will share his innova- tions in product designing. t. Leadership Guru Nitin Parab, Mumbai : he will talk on "Climate Change Civil Unrest and New Age Leadership." U. Corporate Trainer Sujit Lalwani, Bangalore : - he will conduct special sessions for students on leadership V. Six Sigma Trainer Priya Thareja, Chandigarh : She will throw light on Quality Management and environ- mental issues W. Energy Expert Prof. K.K. Sharma, Adani Institue of Manage- ment, Ahmedabad : he will speak on environmental leadership X. R.K. Jani : A senior development sector expert, he will conduct a work- shop on Development Sector Y. Jyoti Kothari: A writer, blogger and an expert on gems and jewellery industry, he will share his ideas on climate change and water issues. Z. Vastu Shashtri R.K. Sutar : re- nowned Vastu Expert and consultant, he will share his perspectives on Green Buildings. A. Prateek Tiwari, Living Green, Jaipur : he will share his experiences and present presentations on Green Buildings and future technologies. .... this is only a small list.... the list goes on. We are fortunate that many eminent speakers from across the country are participating during these sessions. Eminent professors from across the country will share their papers, findings and research out- comes. www.c3w.in gives updates C3W Convention on Climate Change and Water : amazing platform of environmentalists Page 6 HU LCHAL
  • 7. This is Gyan Vihar. Actually the name is consisting the whole meaning. i.e. the lot of Gyan, a lot of Education or I would like to say quality & innovative education is being provided by the learned & ex- perienced faculty members. The campus of Gyan Vihar is very eco friendly and the stu- dents come here to have knowledge in a friendly natural environmental and they feel enjoyment to study here. When I was a student of 1st year, I was very nervous and my faculty members motivated me, they encouraged me saying “yes you can do it”. I will al- ways thank full to my teachers, because of them, today I am a transformed person. I am spe- cially thankfull to our respected Dean (Dr. T.K. Jain sahib) to motivate me in correct direc- tion, that you must became an Entrepreneur and because of his great motivation Today I have become An Entrepre- neur. Thank you Gyan Vihar Family. Report By-Vaibhav Gupta (mobile :91- 9461230218) Executive Director:- Children’s Academy B.Ed – Collage, Children’s Academy Convent School, (Sr. Sec. BSE Residen- tial School) Children’s Academy Sr. Sec. School, Science Focus Institute, King’s PG. Alwar (Rajasthan) ALUMNI SPEAK Education. Finally I visited ISBM Gyan Vihar and fortu- nately I got admission in MBA – IB (International business) . I was so happy to get admission. This are was very important movement of my life.I wanted to go in Export – Import Busi- ness so I joined MBA – IB. After MBA, I got placement in Export house an Assistant Manager. I got lot of Exposure & experience studying in this university. I would like to par- ticularly say about faculty & education pattern in ISBM, as it is outstanding here. All facul- ties were very much suppor- tive. They had provided lot guidance for my future. I am very thankful to them. Report by– Vijay Yadav MBA – IB – 2008/2010 Hiriya87@gmail.com ISBM Truly AMAZING—Vijay Yadav It was very amazing experience for me to be in ISBM Gyan Vihar University. I was finding a way for my career after my graduation. I spent my two year after graduation because I was confused to get admission for professional course. I got many calls from lot of colleges and universities from North & South but I was not happy about their environment & Page 7 HU LCHAL Ingo Boltz of Greenpeace International at Gyan Vihar University : for Solar Pump (Greenpeace Challenge) This newsletter has been edited and compiled by APURV DADHICH (student of BBA III Semester). Please email your suggestions, ideas, feedback, support and comments to : Apurv Dadhich <philnkk30@gmail.com>