Bhasha Utsav and Ethnic Day

On 5th October 2019, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) celebrated Bhasha Utsav which was organized by the Department of Languages. This festival celebrates diverse cultures and ethnicities. The college premises were decorated with flowers and rangolis. The programme began with a procession from the main gate to Block A entrance space which was accompanied by a dance performance by the support staff. The drum beatings by our director Father Dr. Viju PD and Dr. Merlyn Sharma, Coordinator and the Head of the Department of languages marked the beginning of the cultural performances by Christites and professionals. There were many folk performances to showcase the cultural diversity starting from Tiruvathira, Garba, Lavni and Bhangra. Dhol and Chenda performances by the professionals stole the show. Prizes were also given to the male and female faculties for the best ethnic wear and also to the best performances. The programme ended with a battle between Dhol and Chenda Melam …

Workshop on Logistic Regression through 'Orange: A Data Mining Toolkit’

Dr. Ajay Kumar Chauhan Assistant Professor, IMT, Ghaziabad
His areas of specialization are Security Analysis and Portfolio Management, Financial Econometrics, Financial Risk Management and Business Research Methods. His research interests are in the fields of Risk Management, Derivatives, and Corporate Finance. He has published several research papers in acclaimed journals.
The Institute of Management organized a workshop for the students and the faculty members of CHRIST (Deemed to be) University, Delhi, NCR Campus on Logistic Regression through Orange, an open-source data mining, data visualization and machine learning toolkit. It features a visual programming front-end for explorative data analysis, interactive data visualization and can be used as a Python library. The key learnings from this session were:- •        Insights on logistic regression and linear probability model. Logistic Regression is a technique borrowed by machine learnin…


An exuberant performance called ‘Retro to Metro’ was the first major event organised by the Cultural Club under the aegis of the Management Association on 27 September, 2019.  Students from all five classes of the Department of Management Studies came together to host an event that turned out to be quite a crowd-pulling and enjoyable experience depicting the Bollywood era from 1960s to the present times. The program kick-started with a bang, with dance performances to the songs of the 1960s to 1980s, which reminded the students of their parents favourite songs and managed to bring a smile on the face of the faculty. Group performances and a solo performance to the classical old songs of Bollywood raised further the bar of this event. Then students grooved to the performances from the era of the 1980s to the present-day. Students put up an exciting show that included dancing, singing and even beatboxing. This event clearly captured the change in life and culture through t…


On 25th September 2019, the batch of MBA 2018-2020 went for a one day, OUT BOUND TRAINING at Rurban Village. The students were guided by Dr. Sanjay Rastogi and Mrs. Deeksha Gupta Ganguly. The trip all together brought a different experience for students. On entering the venue, they were welcomed with Dhol, hearing which all the students danced enthusiastically. After dancing on the Dhol beats, the students moved for breakfast. Moving forward, all the students were divided into 2 teams. Both the teams had to compete against each other in various activities such as Archery, Air Gun, Dart, Gulel, Ring Throw, etc. All the students successfully completed all the tasks and then proceeded for some other adventurous activities such as Net Walk, Zig-Zag Walk, Triple Bridge, Ladder Swing, X Bridge Walk, Tyre Travel, Side Net Walk etc. There were the most exciting and difficult activities but students as a group accomplished them as well. Next, the students headed towards pottery m…

Workshop on Introduction to Simulation


Dr Vinod Dumblekar

MANTIS is the country’s only organisation devoted solely to simulation games and other experiential forms of learning. It has developed the widest range in simulation games in India in terms of complexity, objectives, and range of scenarios for managers and students of management. It is managed and led by Dr Vinod Dumblekar with inputs from other professionals, academics and researchers in India and abroad. It has conducted games for firms (Tata and Aditya Birla groups, BHEL, Godrej etc.) & B-Schools (IIM, Ranchi, Kashipur, and Trichy, FMS, Delhi, IIT Mumbai, Chennai, Kanpur, Trichy, Delhi and Roorkee).
Introduced by Dr Vinod Dumblekar, the lecture started with an introduction to the importance of a simulation workshop and how it is helpful in the corporate world. Both PGDM and MBA students were divided in group of nine and each group was asked to arrange a puzzle. 
The 1st team was awarded with books. Dr Dumblekar di…


Institute of Management, CHRIST (Deemed to be University), Delhi, NCR organized its second Annual National Level Summer Internship Project (SIP) Contest “PRAKALP-19” on 20 September, 2019. The event aimed to endow a platform to the budding MBA/PGDM professionals to share the learnings and experience during their summer internship and to give a nationwide exposure to their high-quality summer project reports. Total number of participants was 31.  The students who registered for the event were from 22 institutes and universities across the country.  After a rigorous review and screening of 17 reports, nine institutes were shortlisted and invited for the presentation. The competition was held in three domains – Marketing, Finance and Human Resources. A total of sixteen reports were presented in all three domains and five best reports were selected for the final round. The competition was won by Ms. Areeba Eram from Rukimini Devi Institute of Advanced Studies, New Delhi. Mr. …

Guest Lecture on Feminist Jurisprudence and contemporary developments in the area of women and Law

School of Law organized a guest lecture on 20th of September 2019 on Feminist Jurisprudence and contemporary developments in the area of women and Law.  Ms. Shiva Priyamvada from the University of Delhi was the guest speaker for the event. She started with the concept of the basic feminist idea that there is no difference between men and women when it comes to their fundamental worth. The nature and value of a person is independent of their gender. The essential idea of feminism is the equality of woman with man. Feminism rests mainly on the belief that women are unjustly treated in many aspects of life.Our contemporary society is patriarchal, in the sense that it has been shaped by, and continues to be dominated by, white men. As a result of this patriarchal structure, women do not have as much power as men and are not treated in the same way as men, do not enjoy the same degree of control over their lives as men, and in general are referred to a subordinate status. Sh…