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One-day Faculty development programme on 8th December 2018, Saturday, on “Outcome Based Education”, at SMS Varanasi

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One-day Faculty development programme on 8th December 2018, Saturday, on “Outcome Based Education”, at SMS Varanasi

About Workshop

This workshop is designed to help participants understand how Outcomes Based Education can be designed, implemented and used to work as an essential aid in not only ensuring that students undertake deep learning and display desired outcomes but also constructively align the assessment and evaluation techniques to match such learning outcomes. Though the use of Outcomes-based Education in higher education is comparatively recent in the Indian subcontinent, its significance in higher education learning and teaching has increased in response to the pressing requirement of educational institutions to seek accreditation from national bodies like the National Board of Accreditation (NBA), the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), and even International bodies like the Association of MBAs (AMBA), the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), etc.

Workshop Objectives

The workshop aims to help participants understand the following –

· Concept of Outcome-Based Education (OBE)

· Key Constituents of OBE

· Different Levels of Learning Outcomes

· Assessment & Evaluation of Learning Outcomes

· Calculation of attainment levels of Learning outcomes

Workshop Learning Outcomes After the end of the workshop, participants shall be able to –

· Revisit the ‘Vision’ and ‘Mission’ statements of the institution and departments in the light of Outcome-based Education.

· Frame ‘Programme Educational Objectives’ (PEOs) in alignment to the Vision and Mission statements of the institution.

· Align ‘Programme Outcomes’ (POs) and ‘Programme Specific Outcomes’ (PSOs) with the PEOs.

· Frame ‘Course Outcomes’ (COs) and align it with the POs.

· Design ‘Assessment’ and ‘Evaluation’ tools and techniques for finding out the direct and indirect attainment levels of  learning outcomes.

· Calculate the overall attainment levels (in percentage) of COs, POs, PSOs, PEOs and even Mission!

Requirement

All the participants are requested to bring the syllabus and the external question paper of the recent year, which they taught in the current semester.

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Workshop on Self Defence by UP Police Women Power line -1090 & UNICEF

Workshop on Self Defence by UP Police Women Power line -1090 & UNICEF

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Praiseworthy initiative by UP Police Women Power  Line 1090 along with UNICEF for girls & Ladies of Varanasi

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Ms. Aparna Rajawat, Motivational Speaker and Martial Arts Champion of International fame provided useful insight regarding self defence, Digital Safety, Mental & Emotional Strength, Legal rights etc. She is the founder of “Pink belt Mission” which imparts training to girls to become certified self defender & lead life with dignity, safety, confidence & respect.

ADG – Women Power Line  1090, Ms. Anju Gupta was also present. She enlightened   girls regarding the working of 1090 women help line. She also handled numerous queries raised by girls on various issues Presences of these dynamic ladies had generated immense enthusiasm in each and every girl of the Jam Packed Auditorium.

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TECHNO-10: Software Trainee Program for MCA 6th Sem students

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TECHNO-10: Software Trainee Program for MCA 6th Sem students

Sorreal Systems Pvt. Limited, New Delhi in association with School of Management Sciences, Varanasi has started a unique software development centre at the campus of SMS- Varanasi. As its first initiative, this centre has announced “TECHNO-10: SOFTWARE TRAINEE PROGRAM” which will run under the banner of the LIVEWIRE –Technical Club, SMS Varanasi.

The aim of this program is to transform 10 software trainees as software engineers, equipped with the contemporary knowledge and tools of IT, who will be ready to be inducted in the IT industry. The key objectives of this programme are:

1. To develop the analytical techno brain.
2. To provide real time problem solving exposure using cutting edge technologies.
3. To build up the ability to manage work pressure.
4. To understand the SDLC process practically.

Who can join?

Only those students who are appearing MCA 5th Sem Exam and will move to MCA 6th Sem of any institution/ college.

Key benefits of the programs:

1. Sharpen the technical skills
2. Students will equip with solution of IT industry demand.
3. Chance to work on real time environment.
4. Deployment of projects on real time servers accessible from any nook and corner of world.
5. Fulfill the MCA 6th sem student’s industrial project requirement.
6. Chance to grab such opportunity in Varanasi.

How many seats?

Only 10 Software trainees’ seats

How to apply?

Interested students are required to fill the form    

What is selection process?

Step 1- Candidates will appear in online examination (technical).
Step 2- Short listed candidate will face interview round.
Step 3- 10 final software trainees will be announced.

Important Dates:

Last Date to apply: 30th December 2018
Online Examination (Technical) Date: 13th January 2019
Interview Date: 13th January 2019
Final List Announcement: 15th January 2019
TECHNO -10 Start Date: 22nd January 2019

Venue of selection process & execution of TECHNO-10 Program:
Software Development Centre, Sorreal Systems at School of Management Sciences, Varanasi Campus
Program Fee:
INR 7,000/-
For Any Inquiry Contact:
Ram Gopal Gupta, Coordinator, LiveWire-Technical Club, SMS Varanasi.
9839424526
rggupta@smsvaranasi.com, info@sorrealsystems.com

Website: www.sorrealsystems.comwww.smsvaranasi.com

TECHNO-10 INFORMATION PDF DOWNLOAD

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SMS, Varanasi organized the competition “SMART” (SMS Mental Ability Recognition Test)

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School of Management Sciences (SMS), Varanasi organized the competition “SMART” (SMS Mental Ability Recognition Test) on Sunday, October 28, 2018. Keeping up with the tradition of its commitment towards its social responsibility activities, SMS initiated this competitive event. 1100 students of 25 different schools across Varanasi, Bhadohi and Sonebhadra district participated in this “SMART” competition and showcased their analytical, reasoning and mental ability.

This Annual competition is organized every year involving school students for creating awareness about emerging competitive environment and dimensions, to make the participants understand about their local positioning in the peer group, to secure financial assistance for higher studies at SMS in the form of scholarships and to highlight their institution by winning prizes.

In this event, Rohit Shekhar (Central Hindu Boys School, Varanasi) secured the highest marks and bagged the First position, winning cash prize of Rs. 15 thousand along with a trophy and Certificate. The second position was captured by Medha Tiwari (Central Hindu Girls School, Varanasi), while third position are secured by Anirudh Pratap Singh (SOS Hermann Gmeiner School Chaubeypur). They were given cash prize of Rs 10000 and Rs 5000 along with trophy and certificate by the Director of SMS Varanasi, Prof. P. N. Jha. Others who won the consolation prize includes Shreya Kheta (St. Johns School Mehraulli, Varanasi), Pratyush Singh (Central Hindu Boys School Varanasi), Siddhartha Maurya (SOS Hermann Gmeiner School, Chaubeypur, Varanasi), Ayush Singh (Glenhil Public School, Varanasi), Sudharshan Yadav (DLW Inter College, Varanasi), Shaivya Srivastava (Guru Nanak English School, Varanasi)

The Executive Secretary Dr. M.P. Singh also congratulated the award winners of the SMART. The Programme was conducted by Dr. Avinash Chandra Supkar (Associate Professor, SMS) and Mr. Rohit Mehta (Assistant Professor, SMS). The Vote-of-thanks was presented by the Registrar Mr. Sanjay Gupta. Dy. General Manager (Marketing & Branding) Mr. Pankaj Srivastava along with his team members Mr. Vishal Rai and Mr. Yogesh Singh were also present in the programme.

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Fifth Annual Alumni Meeting of the Mumbai Chapter of SMS Alumni Association

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Dear Alumnus/Alumna,

Greetings!

You are cordially invited to attend the Fifth Annual Alumni Meeting of the Mumbai Chapter of SMS Alumni Association on December 15, 2018 (Saturday) at 6.30 PM at the Ruby Hall, Bombay Chapter of Commerce and Industry, 4th Floor, NW29, Senapati Bapat Marg, (Tulsi Pipe Road), Dadar (W)-Mumbai -400028

Programme:

6.30-6.45 PM :Welcoming Guest & Alumni
6.45-7.00 PM: Brief Presentation about Journey of SMS
7.00 PM-8.45 PM: Open Discussion & General Meeting of the Alumni
8.45-9.00 PM: Felicitation of Alumni
9.00-9.05: Vote of thanks
9.05 on-wards: Dinner

Your Gracious Presence is Highly Solicited.

RSVP

Amitabh Pandey
Coordinator
SMS Alumni Association
M:9506034099

Mr. Rohit Mehta
Member
SMS Alumni Association
9670681000

Mr. Ketan Mishra
(Mumbai Chapter)
9819898581

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SMART 2018 @ SMS Varanasi

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Workshop on Life Management Skills by Dr. Sanjay Saxena, CEO, Extract Business Solutions @ SMS Varanasi

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Workshop on Life Management Skills by Dr. Sanjay Saxena, CEO, Extract Business Solutions

On October 9, 2018, School of Management Sciences, Varanasi organized one day workshop on “Life Management Skills” for PGDM Students. The key resource person was Dr. Sanjay Saxena, CEO Extract Business Solution.

Dr. Saxena elucidated the power of subconscious mind to the students and explained that how one can achieve greatness or height in his/her life by rewiring their subconscious mind. He said that our conscious mind helps in decision making only upto the extent of 5-6 percent and rest 95 percent decision making is governed by subconscious mind. Subconscious mind is affected by the thoughts and actions we take on daily basis. Hence, one should always be in positive and peaceful state of mind which helps the subconscious mind to take better decision even in any kind of adverse situations. He has also quoted few specific parts of his recent book ‘Write your Script’. He motivated students to change their lifestyle and bring major changes in their daily routine also and thought process. Session was coordinated by Mr. Rishi Raman Singh, Associate Professor and Coordinator PGDM Program. Students admired the resource person for his inputs and guidance.

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