SMS Lucknow organized an Industrial cum Excursion Trip

8 Nov

SMS Lucknow organized an Industrial cum Excursion trip to Chandigarh/ Baddi/ Shimla from 29th October to 3rd November, 2014 for MBA and PGDM students (I & II year).Students visited some well known industries like Pidilite, Birla Textiles and Microturner and gathered knowledge about Distribution Control System of adhesive and Production of Yarn .

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11 Oct

 About Seminar

As we know that over exploitation of the natural resources of the earth by us is disturbing the ecological balance leading to: Natural disasters, Pestilences, Earthquakes, Landslides, Heavy downpour, Scanty rainfall, Sever draught conditions etc., at a rapid rate and is causing about 50000 deaths per year on an average. This is also producing grave mishaps and injuries that is more than 100 times as many victims and many homeless.
The environmental issues are also harmful aspects of human activity on the biophysical environment. Environmentalism, a social and environmental movement that started in 1960s, addresses environmental issues through advocacy, education and activism. Current problems faced by the environment are: Carbon-dioxide equivalent of Green-house gases (GHG) in the atmosphere, that has already exceeded 300 parts per million (NOAA) (with total “long-term” GHG exceeding 455 parts per million) as per Intergovernmental Panel on ‘Climate Change Report’. This level is considered as tipping point. The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is already above the threshold that can potentially cause dangerous climate change.
We are already at risk… It’s not next year or next decade, It’s now.
On the other hand climate change risks are becoming the biggest challenges of the 21st century, such as: Rising sea level, that could force us to alter many ways through which economic and social activities are arranged. Climate related changes may threaten human health, disrupt economic activity, damage natural ecosystem irreversibly and even (in worst case scenarios) may lead to mass migration, good shortage and other global humanitarian crises. We have to outline the global climate strategy to curb it such as: Conversion to lower carbon economies in both developed and developing countries, with market-besed incentive schemes dominant in the former group, and low-carbon technology transfer schemes dominant in the latter.
Forthcoming seminar aims at recognizing links and addressing gaps, offering strategic recommendations for exploitation of natural, renewable and non-conventional energy sources to overcome the environmental damages and climate change risks by providing disaster management strategies and streamline and aftermath of the natural disasters and explore the probable pre and post natural disaster prevention machinery to minimize the global loss of GDP to a great extent.

The Theme of Seminar:

How to foster the renewable energy and make planet full of sustainable energy; What are the causes of environmental changes & How could it be controlled; What are the reasons for Global Warming and causes for Natural Disaster and How these challenges can be overcome?

Theme Areas of Discussion:

 i)  Energy Sustainability
ii) Environmental Issues
iii) Global warming
iv) Glacier Melting and Sea rise
v) Disaster Science
vi) Zero Energy Buildings or
vii) Any other specific area….

 Call of Papers

School of Management Sciences, Technical Campus, Lucknow in association with The Council of Science & Technology Uttar Pradesh & Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow is organizing an international seminar on “Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental and Disaster Science: Challenges & Strategies” (SPEEDS-2014) on Nov’ 01-02, 2014, which will provide us a good platform to express our deep concern over the aforementioned themes in interaction with the academicians / industrialists.
You are therefore requested to kindly submit your abstract (on the date mentioned date) and after getting approval from reviewer committee, you can send your full length paper (on the  date mentioned below) for presentation in the SPEEDS-2014. All the selected papers are going to be published in the International Journal of Physical Sciences, Engineering and Technology (SAMRIDDHI-2014) in different Special
Thus you are required to select topic of your choice from above fields and submit your extended abstract that should not be more than 300-350 words so that it could become a part of our Souvenir.

Important Dates:

Last Date of Receipt of Abstract                 : October 17, 2014
Acceptance of Abstract                              : October 18, 2014
Submission of Final Paper                          : October 20, 2014
Acceptance of Final Paper                          : October 22, 2014
*Early Bird (Registration)                           : October 24, 2014
** Last Date of Registration                        : October 28, 2014
Seminar (SPEEDS-2014)                            : November 01-02, 2014

Orientation Program 2014

30 Aug

SMS, Lucknow affiliated to UP Technical University organizes the Orientation Program so as to alignate new ones in the family. The function started with Saraswati Vandana, followed by welcome of dignitaries.

The event proceeded with address of Honorable Director Prof. (Dr.) M. Mehrotra. He introduced SMS Group of Institutions by including the genesis, vision, mission etc. He was kind enough to bless the students for bright future.

Then, the CEO, SMS Lucknow, Mr. Sharad Singh addressed the event and covered the laurels brought by the institute. Mr. Ashish Narain (Plant Head HR, Manufacturing Division, Barabanki, Reliance Industries Ltd) stressed to be focused and stay on track; enjoy but at the same time work hard but smartly.

Mr. Akhilesh Kumar Jain (Site President & Plant Head, Reliance Industries Ltd), emphasized that the students should develop their own goal and follow them. He exampled the fact by Dhirubhai Ambani, who worked as petrol pump attendant but then aimed high and afterwards owned a petrol refinery himself.

At last, but not the least Mr. A.K Khandal addressed the gathering and was supported by very frequent round of applauses. He shared his golden experiences with the students.

Mr. Surendra Srivastava, G.M. – Corp. Relations, made students aware about the Training and Placement activities undertaken at SMS Lucknow. This was followed by the internal sessions of faculty members (Course Coordinators) covering the entire aspects of the campus including Academics, Faculty, Library, Computer Center, Sir C. V. Raman Research Centre, and Extracurricular Activities  etc. and finally the program culminated with ‘Vote of Thanks’ given by convener of the programme, Dr. P.K.Singh, Associate Professor, HAS dept.




16 Apr

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Limca Book Of Records

16 Apr



29 Mar

UPSEE -2014


UPTU(Uttar Pradesh Technical University) has given a big relief to all the aspirants of UPSEE- Uttar Pradesh State Entrance Examination 2014 who can’t use internet or fill up forms online can now simply fill up their forms using HELPDESKS. The printers, scanners, typing and internet facility will be provided to these students in any help desk that they will visit.
School of Management Sciences, Lucknow campus has been chosen as one of the centers that will provide the HELPDESK facility regarding filling up their examination forms.
The students can also avail the facility of obtaining hard copy of their UPSEE-2014 entrance exams at the college’s HELPDESK.
The entire process of filling up their UPSEE-2014 forms will be assisted by a team of experts at the HELPDESK at the campus.
Students can carry on with the process of filling up their forms at the HELPDESK from: March 15, 2014 till April 8, 2014 between 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
For further enquiry, please contact:

Mr. CLP Gupta, Coordinator
Extension number: 232
Mobile numbers: 9792633331, 9506033170

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CII – SMS HR Conference 2014 @ SMS Lucknow

20 Mar

Inaugurating the third edition of two days Human Resource Conference jointly organized by School of Management Sciences & Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) on February 21st 2014, the Hon’ble Cabinet Minister, Govt. of U.P. Prof. Shiva Kant Ojha highlighted the critical role of Human Resources in National Development. “U.P. Government is aggressively implementing various skill building initiatives to make the state a reservoir of trained manpower”, he informed. However he cautioned that talent migration is an Issue that requires serious attention. He reiterated his government’s commitment towards instilling employability skills amongst youth of economically weaker section of U.P.
Prof. Ojha emphasized that our state has a big infrastructure of Human Resource and proper use of that is required by all of us. Majority of our youth are between 15 to 35, coming from villages, should be shown the right path to become skilled professional. Youth are full of capacity and enthusiasm, which can put forward the state in all directions. There is no dearth of talent but the need of hour is to show them a right path.
Welcoming the dignitaries and top H.R. brass of India Inc., The CEO & Secretary of SMS, Mr. Sharad Singh expressed hope that the deliberations over two days of the event will bring out actionable insights in the field of Human Resource Management.
Representing the CII, The Director H.R., Devyani International, Dr. Virendra Pratap Singh Spoke about High Productivity levels of Indian manpower settled abroad. He opined that a conducive working environment and right incentives go a long way in harnessing full potential of human resources. We are passing through a phase where transition is taking place. Professionals from Human Resource Management are now rising to the level of CEO and Director.

Dr. C.M. Dwivedi, President & Global Head H.R. Datamatics, congratulated the organizers for consecutively organizing an event of this scale third time in a row. He shared innovative H.R. Practices being followed across the world. Dr. Dwivedi shown concern about increasing population of educated unemployed in India. The Student of a particular discipline is not able to find job in the desired field.
The guest of Honor Mr. Mukesh Kumar, Head, H.R., HDFC shared his views on tremendous contribution of Human Resource and its potential for India. Speaking on different facets of H.R. Mr. Kumar focused on gender diversity and women’s role in Human Resource Management.
At this juncture Hon’ble Minister Prof. Shiva Kant Ojha invited the Industry Representatives to add their might towards development of industrially backward states as well.
The Conference Chair Dr. Manoj Mehrotra presented Mementoes to the distinguished guests. Vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. Sachin Agarwal Vice Chairman, CII U.P. State council.
The day was marked by plenary speeches by industry stalwarts. The audience comprised Academicians, Research Scholars, Business students and practicing managers.

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