Management & Technology

05
Mar
2018

05-03-2018 9:00 am - 09-03-2018 5:30 pm
Rs.35,400.00

Systems Engg

INTRODUCTION

The fast and multidiscipline technological growth has led to large and complex systems development and deployment. Conventional approach to the system design and development does not provide efficient, economical and efficient solution. System made of multiple sub systems employing multiple technologies need global understanding of system requirements and operation in addition to the functioning and interface requirements of the smallest sub-sub systems. The solution lies in Systems Engineering approach at all stages in the entire life cycle of the system.

OBJECTIVE

A brief programme is out lined for practicing Engineers and Scientists to help focus on the Systems Engineering approach that can give a total solution approach for new system development and managing the existing ones more efficiently hence forth.

Rs.35,400.00 25
12
Mar
2018

12-03-2018 9:00 am - 16-03-2018 5:00 pm

FREE PRGRAMME

PROGRAMME SPONSORED BY DEPT OF

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

 

Creativity and Innovation Management

in Research

12 – 16 March 2018

CI

(Under National Programme for Training of Scientists and Technologists working in Government Sector, Min of Science & Technology, by Department of Science & Technology (DST)

INTRODUCTION

The purpose of Science & Technology propounded by Thomas Huxley (Collaborator of Charles Darwin) wasnot only to achieve knowledge but also the alleviation of human sufferings.

If we have progressed today to metamorphose yesterday’s world into a global village the credit goes to several hundreds of known and unknown scientist and inventors. Their path was also not very comfortable they came across the impediments set by the political and social bodies beside state of the art facilities. They starved hard to do untiring research to give comfort to the suffering humanity which had pinned its hopes on scientific community to alleviate the standard of living. Those were the difficult days.

But today in so called progressive and modern era where we have the access to unlimited knowledge, most advance facilities and several thousands of Scientist and people are officially engaged in active research, it is a matter of concern that very few quality researches are not taking place in India. Itis rather more surprising that very few of these researches see the light of the day and gets converted in to commercial service or product.

Perhaps we have to look these issues with a different angle and perspectives. Are we missing on much needed creativity and innovational approach while doing the conceiving the research problem / work and also during commercializing it?  Is there any disconnect between the scientific community and the needed environments, since majority of the MNC have Indians onboard with them and producing wonder. Why it is not happening in India. Are we doing research for others?

At the Indian Science Congress of 1947, Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru said, “I do believe firmly that the only right approach to world problems and to our national problems is the approach of science, that is to say, of the spirit and method of science".

The 21st century has introduced us to major advances in science and technology. However, a large proportion of our population is yet to learn, utilise and reap its benefits for solving everyday problems. While the foundations of modern India were based on the vision of propagating science in the country, we still have much to do to inspire India's scientific temper.

So how does one ignite the scientific inquisitiveness of the 500 million young Indians? How does one make science relevant to local communities and excite communities to innovate to solve their problems?

With these sentiments ESCI took up the challenge of doing a programme on these vital issues to sensitise our participants (who are most valuable National Assets) to harness potential of Creativity and Innovations in their research activities. We hope that this programme will give sufficient stimuli and guidance to overcome the barriers in their difficult path of research work and provide new ideas by way of interaction with expert faculties, eminent scientists, thinkers, and also throughprofessional andsocial visits and also some of the stress bursting techniques using Yoga/Mediation or culture activities.  

 

16
19
Mar
2018

19-03-2018 9:00 am - 23-03-2018 5:30 pm
Rs.29,500.00

Tech Mgnt

INTRODUCTION:

Rapid economic growth and unprecedented rate of technological development have transformed the entire world in to a global village. However, this has also led to cut throat competitions in almost all spheres of the life. The effect has become much more pronounced in the present day’s production and services sector.

Development, acquirement, retention and maintenance of cutting edge technologies pose challenges that need to be managed efficiently and effectively. Technology Management is set of management disciplines that allow organizations to manage their technological fundamentals & create competitive advantage. Typical concepts used in technology management are technology strategy, technology forecasting, technology roadmap, technology project portfolio.

Technology Management programs typically include instructions in development, production and operations management, project management, computer applications, quality control, safety and health issues, statistics, general management principles, and the like.

Rs.29,500.00 50
26
Mar
2018

26-03-2018 9:00 am - 30-03-2018 5:00 pm

FREE PROGRAMME

 

PROGRAMME SPONSORED BY

DEPT OF SCIENCE & TEHCNOLOGY

Ethics & Values

for Scientists and Technologists

26 – 30 March 2018

(Under National Programme for Training of Scientists and Technologists working in Government Sector, Min of Science & Technology, by Department of Science & Technology (DST)

EV

INTRODUCTION

The moral values in life hold great importance from the point of personal, professional social. Culture inextricably ties Values, morals and ethics together. Often we see espoused and actual values in vogue differ widely in society. This gap is threatening the growth. Pressure of competition and PEST factors are pushing and highlighting the end and means is getting under the carpet, threatening the fabric of Society into hypocritical.

Values are the motive power behind purposeful action. Moral values are meant for making the quest to find the harmony.  Ethics, on the other hand, is how we actually do behave in the face of difficult situations that test our moral fiber.  Ethics are the code or principles on which one’s character depend. Ethics and character are closely related. Values are essential to ethics develop at an early age and can be instrumental to building character.

Values are the rules by which we make decisions about right and wrong, should and shouldn't, good and bad. They also tell us which are more or less important, which is useful when we have to trade off meeting one value over another. Values guide us when no one is watching us.

Morals have a greater social element to values and tend to have a very broad acceptance. Morals are far more about good and bad than other values. We thus judge others more strongly on morals than values. A person can be described as immoral, yet there is no word for them not following values.  Motivation based on ideas of right and wrong.

Ethics. You can have professional ethics, but you seldom hear about professional morals. Ethics tend to be codified into a formal system or set of rules which are explicitly adopted by a group of people. Thus you have medical ethics. Ethics are thus internally defined and adopted, whilst morals tend to be externally imposed on other people.

Hi-tech Plagiarism, Academic dishonesty, Hacking, Espionage, Phone tapping, Data Stealing, Pirating are becoming the order of the day, in scientific community. The need of the hour is to arrest this menace and restore the Dharma Traditional value system back in the scientific and business community by building awareness amongst the scientific and technology community.

21
24
Apr
2018

24-04-2018 9:00 am - 26-04-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.18,290.00

Comm ProcessINTRODUCTION:

Rapid economic growth and unprecedented rate of technological development have transformed the entire world in to a global village. However, this has also led to cut throat competitions in almost all spheres of the life. The effect has become much more pronounced in the present day’s production and services sector. Development, acquirement, retention and maintenance of cutting edge technologies pose challenges that need to be managed efficiently and effectively. Technology Management is set of management disciplines that allow organizations to manage their technological fundamentals & create competitive advantage. Typical concepts used in technology management are technology strategy, technology forecasting, technology roadmap, technology project portfolio. Technology Management programs typically include instructions in development, production and operations management, project management, computer applications, quality control, safety and health issues, statistics, general management principles, and the like.

Rs.18,290.00 50
07
May
2018

07-05-2018 9:00 am - 11-05-2018 5:00 pm
Rs.29,500.00

 

Welding Technologies and NDT Techniques

(Theory &Practical Orientation with Technical Visit)

07-11 May 18

INTRODUCTION:

WNDT

Worldwide, welding is a multi-billion dollar fabrication technology, used extensively in the construction of building, bridges, manufacturing automobile, aircraft, aerospace applications, power & energy sector, shipbuilding and electronic industries. Defects in welds or poor performance of weld can lead to catastrophic failures with costly consequences including losses to property and life. Virtually every manufacturing industry uses welding process at some stage of manufacturing or in repair or maintenance of process equipment like Industrial Boilers and heavy duty welding of steels plates for ship building etc. Non-destructive Testing is the most versatile tool to assess quality of components and to ensure their reliability in service. The increasing applications of Non-Destructive Testing Methods necessitate that the tests and evaluation of components are conducted by competent personnel ensuring uniformity of practice and soundness of technical approach. The competence of personnel involved can only be ensured by exposing them to a systematic training in the science and practice of non-destructive evaluation. In view of the multi-disciplined back ground and varying experience of entrants to the field of NDT, the course has been developed from fundamentals through advanced.

Rs.29,500.00 50
15
May
2018

15-05-2018 9:00 am - 17-05-2018 5:30 pm
Rs.18,290.00

 

Personality Development

(An Ordinary to Extra-ordinary Personality Empowerment)

15 – 17 May 2018

Personality DevINTRODUCTION:

An all-round personality equipped with appropriate knowledge, skills and attitudes is a pre-requisite for becoming a successful leader.  A positive and pleasant personality will ensure that he / she is able to motivate, inspire and lead the team / department / Organisation towards performance excellence.  Hence, the compelling need in all organizations to develop an all-round personality in its employees especially the managerial cadres so that it can contribute to efficient, effective and productive functioning at all levels of management.

For developing one’s personality, an open mind, a positive attitude and a learning temperament are essential.

By developing ones personality, the ability to handle people, situations and tasks is facilitated, which is the major attribute that is sought after by all employees.

Rs.18,290.00 25
19
Jun
2018

19-06-2018 9:00 am - 21-06-2018 5:30 pm
Rs.18,290.00

Creative Leadership and Teambuilding Skills for  Organisation Development

(Innovative and Inspiring Leadership methodologies with case-studies and Role plays)

19-21 Jun 18

CLTB 

INTRODUCTION:

In today’s increasingly change-driven world, leaders are called upon to evolve their mind sets and skill-sets to reflect and serve the demands of the new millennium. A novel leadership concept, creative leadership, is surfacing these days and becoming extremely successful to augment the shortages of the conventional leadership continuum. What is creative Leadership how it can be defined and understood, acquired and then how it can be placed in context within the history of the field are certain questions that the one would want to know.  Additionally, skills and behaviours related to leading creatively, which are immediately applicable to leadership practice, must also be outlined and acquired.

Creative thinking and problem solving are indispensible to leaders who want to thrive in times of complexity and change. The decision making is an important component of leadership. Both the concepts – leadership and decision making therefore go hand in hand. How to tackle these issues which keep chasing today’s’ leaders recklessly.

A minimum asset apart from others which a leader should possess is his “followers” or in today’s management terminology is “Team”

Successful organizations owe their success mainly to the good team work.  Individual brilliance is no doubt an asset but if it is complemented with team work, the results would be of a superior order.  Hence, the ability to build strong and winning teams should be nurtured in every organization.  The acronym TEAM means “Together Everyone Achieves More”.  It is also rightly said that “None of us is as good as all of us” – indicating that teams are always superior to individuals. Less “I” and more “WE” in organizations is the key to sustained success and excellence.

Team building is an important factor in any environment, its focus is to specialize in bringing out the best in a team to ensure self-development, positive communication, leadership skills and the ability to work closely together as a team to problem solve.

This programme aims at creating a greater appreciation of these Creative Leadership and Teambuilding traits which every engineer, executive and professional needs to imbibe, sustain and improve upon, so that they can handle technology, people and other resources optimally

Rs.18,290.00 25