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Best Practice I

1. Title of the Best Practice- Creativity Lab

2. Objective of the Practice

  • Inspire and support students of MCA and MMS to foster a culture of creativity and innovation
  • Cultivate an innovative mindset

3. The Context

Giving opportunities to youth to express their creativity and become young innovators. Enhancing creativity skills that enable students to think differently giving them ample opportunities to explore.

4. The Practice – Creativity Lab

Through a blend of enabling & vitalized perspectives on topics of creativity and innovation the said activities facilitate environment that can unfold creative and innovative potential of students.

This gives them a free hand to traverse various realms under technology and management.

5. Evidence of Success

All students were sensitized to tap creativity and innovative mindset. A few initiatives include Vision Board, departmental journals–TechPulse, Connecting the dots, Happy Managers’ Hub, video on Corona-warriors etc. Mind Maps are explored for their professional and personal lives.

6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

As regards, Creativity Lab starts with idea generation. Participation with ideas from sources that are as diverse as possible in order to gain insights from different perspectives is crucial.

7 Red Velvet dumb dumb download. Notes (Optional)

Any Academic Institute can start this practice and DES’s NMITD would be willing to share the process for starting Creativity Lab.

Best Practice II

Title of the Best Practice – Students’ Magazines

1. Objective of the Practice

The magazine plays an instrumental role in providing exposure to the students to develop their domain and writing skills.

2. The Context

Tech Pulse and Connecting the Dots cover new developments, inventions and innovations in field of IT and management. & n

Best Practice I

1. Title of the Best Practice – Katha:

Learning through storytelling refers to a process in which learning is structured around a narrative or story as a means of ‘sense making’. Management Concepts were enacted through various stories from Jataka, Panchatantra, Hitopadesha and other traditional fables.

2. The Context:

India has an age old tradition of performative storytelling, that is theatrical, innovative and uses body language as well Cheongdam-dong Ellis Download. This is used as an important technique used for soft skills and communication among the MMS students. Storytelling is viewed as a vocation and storytellers are required to develop skills in the appropriate use of language, communicating with impact, insight and sensitivity.

3. Objective of the Practice:

  1. Establish a Learning Objective which is in sync with central message of the story.
  2. Breakdown complicated Topics and make them fun to understand like teaching Derivatives using Story Telling from Ramayana.
  3. Effective Presentation through a Narrative Arc which ensures the attention of the audience to make your point.
  4. As an effective Communication tool for engaging a group/ team.
  5. The human mind is a story processor, not a logic processor.

4. The Practice:

Katha – What is your Story? – A Power Packed Storytelling Practice, conducted for MMS 2019-21 batch. Most of the MMS students shared stories from mythology, Jataka and Panchatantra. Some shared their life stories to capture some of the Management lessons they learnt.The Voice Gym which helps to sensitize the students to the importance of Voice Modulation for the Managers was also well received by the batch.

5. Evidence of Success:

After the Katha Practice, the students shed their inhibitions and were able to engage with their audience and teams. They were able to crystallize their thoughts and were more effective in their verbal communication. They understood the importance of body language, role of emotions in communication and how to make effective presentation.Performative storytelling goes beyond storytelling by integrating collaborative creative elements of theatre-making to bring home some of the management lesson from Indian Ethos of Management 토토로 자막 다운로드.

6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

The practice is facilitated by use of ice breakers, activities, videos, role plays and interactions to help participants sharpen their understanding. Requirements includeconference hall with PA system, projector for videos, lap top with connectivity port with projector, speakers for videos and seating arrangements.

7. Notes (Optional)

Any Academic Institute can start this practice and DES’s NMITD would be willing to facilitate Katha – Story Telling Practice.

Best Practice II

1. Title of the Best Practice — Vachan – MCA/ MMS Oath

The oath is a voluntary pledge for MCAs and MMSs to create value responsibly and ethically. The oath begins with the following premise and conclusion: “As a manager, technocrats and IT professional, my purpose is to serve the greater good by bringing people and resources together to create value that no single individual can build alone.”

2. The Context

The MCA/MMS Oath is an effort by many top business schools across the country to transform business into a profession with a code of conduct, similar to the Hippocratic Oath taken by doctors upon graduating from medical school. While the Oath is voluntary, the Honor Committee encourages all NMITD MCA and MMS students to say this oath so as to be responsible professionals in their corporate life and consider all the stakeholders while taking any decision that would impact the corporate, stakeholders and the community at large 새 찬송가 ppt 다운로드. It helps the student to remind them of their ethical and moral obligation to society at large.

In order to make the Management and Technology Professionals, a True Professional, we need this Oath. As Business and IT leaders, they must embrace a way of looking at their role that goes beyond their responsibility to the shareholder to include a civic and personal commitment to their duty as institutional custodians

3. Objectives of the Practice

The MCA / MMS Oath aspire to:

  • Inspire and support MCAs/ MMSs who commit to creating value responsibly and ethically;
  • Challenge all MMSs to work with a higher professional standard, whether or not they sign the Oath;
  • Create a public conversation about professionalizing and improving management.
  • To remind them about their role to all the stakeholders in managing Business and Technology.

4. The Practice – Oath by MCA/ MMS Class of 2019-21:

At DES’s NMITD, the MBA Oath to the class was administered by Director, Dr. Samadhan Khamkar, on 22nd September 2019, to the first year students of MMS/MCA so as to sensitize them to their ethical obligation to society.

5. Evidence of Success

From the first year, MCA and MMS students were sensitized to their ethical and social obligation as a true professional which was evident from their professional conduct during their tenure at the Institute. The students were able to appreciate the importance of building ethical organization and also their ethical dealing which would be more transparent and driven, after considering all the stakeholders kakaotalk video.

6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

The students were to be informed and counselled in advance regarding this oath and how the Hippocratic Oath was administered to doctors, which was one of the oldest document in history and how the oath reminded them of their moral and ethical responsibility. Every student was given a copy of this Oath from the college as a take away to be preserved. No other resource was required.

Best Practice I

1. Title of the Practice: Parinati … Transforming Emotions to Emotional Intelligence

2. The Context

So many lives are lost to DEPRESSION and this makes DES’s NMITD realize that emotional health needs to be considered as a serious concern!! It is easy for us to say that people need to ask for help but why would anyone even dare to talk about their emotional health when we choose to ignore it. ‘It’s OK don’t feel bad. It’s just a phase and this too shall pass’! It’s OK to feel sad, it’s OK to feel hopeless but it’s NOT OK to ask people to ignore their emotions and feelings. All they want is OUR SUPPORT! This practice of “Transforming emotions to Emotional intelligence” is executed through various activities and role play so as to encourage them to seek external help.

3. The Objective

The practice is designed for individuals of age group from 14 years to 75 years with a aim of creating awareness of emotional health importance among the citizens of India.
The main goal of this practice is building emotional intelligence of self with ability to manage self and understand other by means of effective utilization of ABCDE (appearance, behaviour, communication, digital presence and etiquette) tool
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4. The Practice

Considering Indian higher education this practice will create an environment to enable students, new entrants in the corporate world to build empathy, clarity and insight in all their dealings with self and others.
If the participants are calm and collegial, so is the environment; if they are impatient, stressed, and irritable, so is the environment. So if single individual has the capacity to play an important role in positively or negatively impacting the environment by means of managing his/her beliefs, thoughts, emotions and actions why not make an individual learn consciously the techniques to create enabling positive beliefs, thoughts, emotions and actions? The best practice is focussed on this major goal of creating an learning environment with focus on change inside out for an individual.

5. Evidence of Success

The participants were able to understand importance of building emotional intelligence skills for better relationship management with self and others. The participants gained clarity with regards to four components of emotional intelligence and its application for handling difficult situations in all phases of life starting from teenage to old age.

6. Problems Encountered and Resources Required

The practice is facilitated by use of ice breakers; power point led sharing, activities, videos, role plays and quizzes to help participants hone their understanding. It will be interactive, encouraging for participants to learn. Requirements include conference hall with PA system, projector for videos and ppts, lap top with connectivity port with projector, speakers for videos and seating arrangements
It needs to be made clear that emotional intelligence is a process which provides a platform for the participants to explore their deepest weaknesses and face the same with strength and learn & grow personally & professionally in the process. The facilitator will not be involved as a teacher but as a coach and responsibility and accountability of transformation will depend on participant’s willingness to learn and evolve November Boy download.

Best Practice II

1. Title of the Best Practice: Sanshodhan

Sanshodhan is the research initiative of DES’s NMITD to inculcate an enquiring mind and scientific temper among the MMS and MCA students who would give them the necessary rigour, grounding in communication and also strengthen their critical thinking process, which will stand a good stead in their corporate life.

2. The Context of Sanshodhan

In a globalized economy with transnational workplace and diversity of work culture, it is imperative that students have a grounding in scientific research. Further in a higher Education Institute, it is important to have faculty with a research background as we are working in a knowledge economy. The research and development capabilities of the Institutions of Higher Education would be of strategic advantage both for the teachers and the students.

3. Objective of the Practice – Sanshodhan

  1. To provide strategic guidance for research activities during the year
  2. To appoint a committee of “ Think Tank” which would be the experts within the Institute and outside who would give guidance related to research.
  3. To conduct Inhouse Research Conference annually both for Management, Technology related aspects and also for Library Science
  4. To guide the research scholars of the Institute in their doctoral journey.
  5. To start a research center affiliated to University of Mumbai.

4. The Practise SANSHODHAN – Research Initiative @ DES NMITD

AT DES NMITD, we have a very focused research strategy and believe that, the future research would be open source, influenced by technology 한니발 라이징 다운로드. Research practice and publication faster, better feedback for their research inputs and improved reach. At DES NMITD through Sanshodhan Initiative, we have created a research ecosystem which has a think tank of experts who have established track record of publications, who through their quarterly meeting with the faculty members promote research culture and scientific temper. All the faculties have registered for PhD and are guided through their doctoral journey by the experts. All faculties proactively take up research publications and write in UGC listed and International journals and participate in conferences in India and abroad.
In the last five years the total number of Publications, including research papers in UGC listed Journals, Conference proceedings, Books, Chapters from MMS Faculty is 93 and from MCA is 78.
At DES’s NMITD, we also inculcate research culture amongst students and promote the students presentation and publication in our in house Conference NCMAT (National Conference of Management and Technology). The theme of the NCMAT 2019 which was held on 23rd February 2019 was, “ Innovative and Multidisciplinary approach to Technology and Business”. The Conference was a huge success as it had papers and the published journal is available on www.nmitd.edu.in

5. Evidence of Success:

  1. NCMAT 2019 was a great success with the number of authors being published rising from 48 in NCMAT 2018 to 66 in 2019.
  2. Four PhD scholars from the college are in the last phase of their thesis submission.

6. Problem Encountered and Resources Required

UGC Published Journal was a challenge however the same was handled very efficiently by the Conference Committee war time.

Best Practice III

1. Title of the Best Practice: Swadhyay – Constructive Learning Practice –

2. Swadhyay , is the pioneering initiative of DES’s NMITD to facilitate advanced learner students to transfer their learnings to their batchmates and juniours in innovative teaching-learning process. This process gives students the experience of involvement with junior students as well as demonstrating the techniques or topics which are not in curriculum but increase their employability.

3. The Context of Constructive Learning Practice

In Swadhay activity, advanced learners of MCA as well as MMS programmes, identify the topics which they can teach or explain to juniors, they present or demonstrate the same. This activity was initiated to narrate the students’ own experience of new technology/ tool/ experience of activity to juniors using which junior batch can apply their seniors’ experience with their own ideas.

4. Objective of the Practice –

  • To explore the tool/ technology/ technique/ strategy which is extension to curriculum
  • To apply it for project or institutional activity
  • To train juniors with this tool and gain experience

5. The Practice Swadhyay – Initiative for Innovative Learning @ DES NMITD

AT DES NMITD, we have designed various learning practices like experiential learning, participative learning and innovative learning. The advanced learners through Swadhyay, approach their Teacher Mentor and get a sanction about the topic/ tool/ technology/ activity which they can conduct or train to juniors to concerned faculty members 비트포트 다운로드. While finalizing the topic, faculty members take care that the topic or activity is not the same from curriculum, it should be extension or not covered in syllabus.
From last some years, the students of MCA second year conduct practical sessions for first year students and MCA third year students conduct some sessions for MCA second year and first year students. Due to these sessions, it has been observed that juniors get benefit of these sessions in open source projects.
When MMS-Finance department conduct BSE IPF Sponsored Inter Collegiate Event, Share Bazaar event yearly, the Core Team of senior students, pass on the baton, through various SOP and Flow Charts, induction and training, demonstrate the juniors to lead co- lead the event.

6. Evidence of Success:

Conducted knowledge sharing session by MCA Sem 3 Students Rushabh Ambre, Saif Harianawla, Burhan Harianawala and Junaid Khalafay for MCA SEM 1 Batch
Purpose-Knowledge Sharing for enhancements of SEM 1 IWT Projects
Topics Covered-

  • Google cloud api for image to text conversation using php
  • Textlocal API integration for SMS and Whatsapp
  • Overview of Github

Duration 2 Hrs
Date:16th October 2018
a. Blogs written by Mr. Rushabh Amre, Mr. Vighnesh Khale…
b. Icebreaking activities by….
Share Bazaar training by Core Committee ( 2018) comprising Vighnesh Khale, Virendra Bagwe and Sagar Bomble for guiding the new Core Committee Share Bazaar 2019 or Raj Gummula, Omkar Gaikwad, Sanjog Doshi.

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