SCM Conclave'19

Lloyd Business School, Greater Noida organized a SCM Conclave, "Future Perspective in Supply Chain Management Disruption and Mitigation Strategies" on March 17, 2019 at its campus. Conclaves, Conferences and Seminar at educational institutions fills the gap between academia and industry. It is a platform where students interacts with industry experts and learns that how industry works in real life world.

Conclave started with lamp lighting and prayer to Maa Saraswati. Dr. Vandana Arora, Group Director, Lloyd Group of Institutions introduced the chief guest, panelist and Lloyd Group. President, Lloyd Group of Institutions, CA Manohar Thairani in his opening speech give focus on numbers. He described that how companies worldwide and specially in India have increased their numbers in income statement and balance sheet due to supply chain management and E-commerce. He said that supply chain management is not only reducing cost to companies, convenience is also added to customers through SCM.

Mr. Harry Himmat Lagad, Chairman of National Supply Council was the chief guest of the conclave and keynote speaker for the first session.

As a Keynote speaker for the first session, Mr. Harry discussed about lack of business leadership developed in India during last two decades. He advises to young managers:

Think Globally; Act Locally; and Compete as a Team.

The first panel discussion was started with the theme, " Mega Cities: Growth and Challanges".

The Panelist were as follows:

Mr. VGS Mani, Founder, 'The Chainworks'; Mr. Rajesh Partap, SCM Manager, Ananda; Mr. Saneeth Mathew, Head Academics, Safeeducate; Mr. Gaurav Arora, V.P. Yes Bank. Moderator was Mr. Vishwas Verma, Assistant Professor, Lloyd Business School.

The panelist were in the view that overgrown population in the mega cities and lack of infrastructure is creating hurdle for the growth of SCM. Public transport system need to strengthen in metro and tier I and II cities. Fintech collaborations with banks like Paytm has smoothened the life of citizens in Mega cities, but lot of work has to be done in rural India. These technical collaborations has created large number of employment opportunities in the field of SCM/Fintech/E-commerce and Banking. Panelist discussed the scope for young managers to opt SCM as specialization and think likely Lloyd Business School, Greater Noida had already started its Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) in collaboration with Safeeducate three years back.

The theme of the second session was "Disruptions in Global Supply Chain & Roadmap for Future"

Ms. Venu Vashista was the keynote speaker for the second session. She is alumnus of IIM, Lucknow and currently Director, Supply Chain at Kohler Kitchen and Bath.

In her keynote address she said that the objective of SCM is to maximize the overall value generation of the company. She focused on planning manufacturing capacity, inventory management and planning for future.

Panelist for this session were as follows:

Dr. Babu Lal, Ex-Director, BHEL; Ms. Venu Vashist, Director, Supply Chain, Kohler; Mr. Sushil Agarwal, Geodis; Mr. VGS Mani, Founder, 'The Chainworks'; Mr. Yuvraj Sharma, Director Sales, Geodis.

Panel discussed about legal barriers. In the view of panelist disruptions not only comes in single day, it gives signals in advance. Due to change in technology large amount of capital is required in the field of SCM. Knowledge flow is required in the field of SCM, if the country has to grow. This will bring only when institutes like Lloyd will bring courses in SCM. Panelist discussed with young managers and motivated to opt skill base educational programs like SCM, Business Analytics etc. which has more scope in near future.

During the conclave a case study competition was also organized, in which the students of various B-Schools and Universities participated.

First prize was awarded to Anurag Tripathi and his colleagues from Sharda Unversity, Greater Noida. Runner-up prize was awarded to Shalu Upadhay and her colleagues from Lloyd Institute of Management and Technology and third prize was awarded to Archana Yadav and her colleagues from Sharda University.

During conclave the Rookie Manager Category Award, were provided to the students from Supply Chain Management stream to Mr. Nitin Choudhary (Batch 2015-17), Ankur Verma (Batch 2016-18), Ms. Jyoti Kumari (Batch 2016-18) and Mr. Arvind Negi (Batch 2016-18).

At last conclave ended with sumptuous lunch.


Lloyd Champions League– 2019

“Lloyd Champions League– 2019”, Lloyd’s 3rd annual inter-college sports meet was held at the Lloyd’s campus from 7th to 9th March’19. The sports meet was inaugurated on 7th March’19 by the District Jailer of G. B. Nagar, Mr. Satya Prakash while the students took an oath to treat this event as a symbol of sincere & healthy competition. Students from various colleges like, G.N.I.O.T, G.L.Bajaj, Galgotias Institute, G.B.U., J.I.M.S, H.I.M.T, N.I.E.T., Accurate, Mangalmay and Skyline participated in indoors and outdoors sports.

The event took place in the span of 3 days where games such as Volleyball, Cricket, Races, Badminton, Carom, Chess and many more. The events were held under the keen supervision of referees belonging to that particular sport. The event started off with a brief explanation of the rules by referees. The much anticipated Cricket while the various events lined up for the day progressed. Winners of the 100 meter race amongst girls were 1st Riya Ranjan, 2nd Harshita from Lloyd Law College and 3rd Pooja Bansal from Lloyd while Md. Afridi from Mangalmay bagged 1st position amongst boys, 2nd Abhishek Bhati from G.B.U and 3rd Shubham Soni from Lloyd Business School. In 200 meter race, 1st Riya Ranjan, 2nd Pooja Bansal & 3rd Manishi Sharma from Lloyd amongst girls. The 200 meter race winners amongst boys were, 1st Amit Kumar- G.B.U, 2nd Yash Tyagi- G.N.I.O.T. & 3rd Amit Chauhan- Lloyd. In Chess, Rachna from Lloyd bagged the first position while Harshita Arora from Lloyd Law College was the runner up amongst girls. Utkarsh Roy from G.L.Bajaj bagged the first postion in Chess amongst boys while Shubhendra Trivedi from Lloyd Law College was the runner up. In Carom-duals, 1st Bushra Sayeed & Megha from Lloyd and Samiksha Bhati & Komal Tiwari from Lloyd were the runner-ups. Amongst boys, Nadeem & Nikhil from Lloyd Law College bagged the first position in Carom while Hitesh & Mohit from Lloyd were the runner-ups. In Badminton 1st Shweta, 2nd Neha Sharma from Lloyd and 3rd Garima from Lloyd Law college.The Star attractions of the event, Cricket and Volleyball were bagged by G.L Bajaj and G.N.I.O.T, respectively.


The events ended on an unbiased, healthy note. Mr. Anand Kumar Singh, Social Welfare Officer of G.B.U., Chief-Guest of the Valedictory function, welcomed the gathering and encourage the students to participate in various competition conducted by other institutions. The winners of each events were announced while the medals and certificate were distributed. Concluding around 5:00 p.m. with a quick photo session, the event came to an end with an overwhelming response by the students which indubitably signified their appreciation of the fact that they received a platform to showcase their talent.


Research Publications

1. Two of the faculties of Lloyd Business School, Dr. Shruti Tryambak (Associate Professor) and Mr. Shubham Aggarwal (Assistant Professor) initiated a research work in the area of Marketing on the topic: “A Conceptual study on Green Marketing Practices adopted by emerging corporate in the era of globalization” where their efforts resulted in publication of their research paper in International Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative research (UGC approved) ISSN: 2349-5162, Vol 6 Issue 2 Page no. pp 624-629, February 2019.

2. Ms. Neetu Kamra (Assistant Professor), Lloyd Business School proposed a research in the domain of Information Technology on the topic: A study to understand interplay of social constructs and technology specifically in Indian IT organizations, which got published in International Journal of Advance and innovative research Volume 6, Issue 1, (XXI), Jan- March 2019 ISSN: 2394-7780.


Majdoor ka Haq

Skit by Editorial Club – LLOYD Signature

Editorial Club of Lloyd Business School recently organised a Skit presenting Industrial Relations headed by Dr. Shruti Tryambak, Associate Professor LBS. The objective of the show was to present the concepts of minimum wages, collective bargaining and trade union.

The skit was organised and showcased by the students of PGDM and MBA who took this initiative to present the theme of trade union and labour laws. The show was a huge success because all the participants and the organising team played their role with full enthusiasm.


Successfully concluded HR Conclave 2019!

The success of HR Conclave 2018 paved way for the 2nd Edition of the Conclave, whichconcluded with an even better response and outcome. 2nd Edition HR Conclave organized by Lloyd Business School is the manifestation of a team that aimed to provide exceptional platform for Industry Exposure and Interaction to the students that aids them to be better managers.

The Conclave was graced by the presence of our Esteemed Chief Guest, Shri B.N.Singh (District Magistrate, G.B.Nagar) who spoke at length about the challenges in the education sector of our country and also the challenges in the Government jobs as well. The event comprised of various panel discussions based on current trends in the field of Human Resources. The panelists belonged to various sectors & organisations like YES Bank, Huawei, Hero Motocorp, Manpower Group, SPA Advisory Group, Ananda Group, ImpactQA, Remote DBA Experts& many others that gave their valuable insights regarding various aspects of HR like HR Analytics, Employee Experience and the like.


DARE TO CHANGE

Event was all about the change in existing business process according to your own perception. As we have heard about the phrase “Change is the only constant thing in this world”
Event mainly focused on the individual’s thinking about the existing business process and what they feel should be changed about it and why
We had 11 teams from all management fields MBA, PGDM & BBA.
Every participant contributed very effectively and had unique changes to display
Here is a list of participants and their ideas:

MBA:

Winner: Ms. Shalu Upadhyay(‘I am a change’)
Participants
1. Mr. Shivankar &Ms. Kirti (‘Tata Motors’)
2. Mr.Ritesh (‘Affialiate Marketing’)

PGDM:

Winner: Mr. Madhur Verma & Ms. Navan
(‘Pocket printer- Anywhere printing anything with just a scan instead of using ink-jet printers’)
Runner-up: Mr. Robin Mathew & Mr. Subhasis Mahata
(‘Delhi metro- Customizing the coaches for long and short route passengers’ )

Participants:
1. Mr. Anup & Mr.Utkarsh Mishra (‘Ola & Uber- Driverless cars for safety measures’)
2. Mr. Ankit Sudan (‘Raise the shoulders- Eradicating heavy books replacing with sheets’)

BBA:

WinnerMr. Ashish and Ms. Priyanka (Improvement in Digital watches)
Participants:
1-Mr. Tarun & Mr. Nikhil (‘Bluedart’)
2-Mr. Shobhit & Mr.Vishal (‘Moserbear’)
3-Mr. Mohit & Mr.Anshul (‘Nokia’)

3-DAY PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAMME

To fulfill the objective of training our students for grooming their personality, Orane Training Solutions concluded a 3-day Personality Development Training for the students of PGDM. The training aimed at extensively touching various aspects of a management students that are responsible for shaping their personality. Various areas of training included management games, mock interviews, corporate theatres, resume building and many others. The students participated with great enthusiasm and took away a worthy learning experience.


Workshop on Career Development in the field of Marketing, Finance & Analytics

Successfully conducted a workshop by Mr. Atul Gupta (Senior Partner & Head, Business Development- Yield Curve Analytics Pvt. Ltd.) and Mr. Anup Gupta (Head of Sales, Asia Pacific- Yield Curve Analytics Pvt. Ltd.) themed “Career Development in the field of Marketing, Finance & Analytics.”

The workshop aimed at students from finance, analytics and marketing streams with a focus on a career in financial services, marketing, sales and technology. The highlights of the workshop were to address the following :

  • Ice Breaker: Trade the Markets
  • Financial Services and Technology: What it takes to be a successful Marketing Executive
  • Learn, Enhance and Succeed: Money and Finance, a Skill for Life

Stress Management Workshop

The session was organized by International Sahaja Yoga Research Centre which has a Corporate Workshop team which conducts StressManagement workshops for organizations & institutions
It was a great session eminent speakers like
Mr. Pankaj Chopra ¬_ Managing Director (Global MNC Power and Industrial Sector) and Mr. Rahul Mohan Gupta _ Senior Manager
who shared their rich experiences in terms of importance of Yoga and Meditation in everyone's life

They explained how Sahaja Yoja has played a major role in upbringing transformation in their life. They also focused on the fact that inner harmony and balance can only be achieved when the attention shifts from outside to inside and for this to happen one needs to seek and get the Self Realization so as to get transformed into an integrated balanced personality.
They also added that Sahaja Yoga is a unique method of meditation based on an experience of the awakening of one';s inner power and the process called as Self Realization. This can occur in every human being, resulting in our inner transformation by which we become moral, united, integrated and balanced. The actualization of transformation is taking place now worldwide and has been experienced by hundreds of thousands in over 140 countries.