Guest Lecture

Guest Lectures

IICFAI University Jharkhand supplements its teaching resources by inviting eminent professionals from the diverse industry sectors like Management Consulting, Banking, Financial Services, Manufacturing, IT & ITES etc to share their insights and to provide its students exposure to emerging trends as well as the expectations of industry and business from time to time.

Guest lectures play an important role in the developmental process of the students. Eminent academicians and practising professionals are invited for guest lectures where students get an opportunity to interact closely with them and understand the practical applictions of various management and information technology concepts and ideas. Through these activities, students get acquainted with leadership roles, develop group and interpersonal skills and develop the right kind of attitude for success in their careers.

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  • Corporate Talk on Financial Awareness and Career Opportunities in Capital Market

    The 5th Corporate talk was organized by ICFAI University Jharkhand on “Financial Awareness and Career Opportunities in Capital Market” by Mohammad Shahid, Chartered Accountant, AGM, SEBI. While addressing the students and faculty members, Mohammad Shahid discussed about the various fields in capital market such as SEBI, NSE, BSE, NSDL, CDSL and MF. He highlighted about the employability skills required in the field, importance of saving and investment and source of safe returns. Moreover, he also emphasized the importance of awareness against financial frauds. He also discussed about the skills required to pursue a career in capital markets such as postgraduate degree in finance, sound knowledge of financial market, good negotiation, communication and good listening skills. He depicted the career options regarding capital market like relationship manager, stock broker, capital market consultant, portfolio manager and commercial bankers.

  • Corporate Talk on Career Opportunities in Digital Marketing

    The 4th Corporate Talk was organized in Virtual Mode on “Digital Marketing: Key Skills, Competence and Career Opportunities” by Dr. Rishi Dwesar, Associate Professor, IBS Hyderabad. Students and faculty members of the University attended the session.

    Addressing the students and faculty members to the e-Corporate Lecture, Prof O R S Rao, Vice-Chancellor of the University said, “Today’s Marketing is mainly focused on Digital Platforms and is different from the traditional marketing that was experienced in earlier days. This domain is now a major job provider to the young graduated students passing from the University and other educational institutions. As a Techno-Managerial specialist, Prof. Rao also highlighted the use of search Engine optimizations and its application in real business. While replying to some queries of the students, he advised them to undertake various certificate courses that are provided by many digital marketing companies in India which will build their confidence and provide a scope to join in this domain. “In order to exploit these opportunities, students must be abreast with latest knowledge and scope of this sector”, added Prof Rao.

    During the talk, Dr. Rishi Dwesar explained the digital marketing landscape which is interconnected by Publishers, Facilitators, Advertisers, Digital Marketing Agencies and the customers. He also described the concept of ‘Internet Marketing Tree’, ‘Behavioral Targeting’ and how digital marketing works in the stiff competitive scenario. He briefly lectured on the job opportunities in digital marketing area under in house, Agency side, Publishers and consulting. He also advised the students to grab the job opportunities in this sector and to build the key skills required to succeed and manage in the long run. He cited examples of Google, Facebook and other successful players in this domain and urged the students to understand and learn their digital marketing fundamentals. Dr. Rishi Dwesar responded to a number of interesting questions and queries posed by the students and Faculty members of the University.

  • Corporate Talk on Building Career in the Development Sector
    ICFAI University, Jharkhand organized the third Corporate Talk in Virtual Mode on “Building Career in the Development Sector”. Mr. Bishnu C. Parida, Chief Operating Officer, Jharkhand State Livelihood Promotion Society, was the Corporate Speaker. Students and faculty members of the University attended the session.

    Addressing the students and faculty members to the e-Corporate Lecture, Prof O R S Rao, Vice-Chancellor of the University said, “development sector in India has a greater scope to pursue a career for the passing out young students of the University and other educational institutions. He also highlighted that the career in development sector is possible only by one’s own will power, not by monetary transactions. In this sector, the career opportunities are emerging for both technical and non-technical students. Students from IT, Engineering and Management stream also join in this sector under various job roles. “In order to exploit these opportunities, students must be abreast with latest knowledge and scope of this sector”, added Prof Rao.

    During the lecture, Mr. Bishnu C. Parida explained the concept of development sector. He also described various types of development sector that are being operating in India and how they have been benefiting the poor people of the society at-large. He also advised the students on the jobs that are found in this sector and the skill sets required joining and sustaining in the long run. He cited various examples of the domain based organizations and the successful persons associated in this sector. He urged the students to understand, learn and take interest in this sector for their own career and moral values of the life.

  • Corporate Talk on Career Opportunities in Digital Banking A Corporate Lecture was organized by ICFAI University, Jharkhand in Virtual Mode on “Developments in Digital Banking and Career Opportunities and Challenges ”. Ms. Suchitra Maurya , General Manager , Reserve Bank of India, Kolkata was the Corporate Speaker. Students and faculty members of the University attended the session.

    Addressing the students and faculty members to the e-Corporate Lecture, Prof O R S Rao, Vice-Chancellor of the University said , “As Indian Banking Sector embraces cutting-edge technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Block-Chain, Business Analytics , Cyber Security and other Banking Technologies , huge career opportunities are emerging for fresh graduates of not only IT Programs ( like BCA,MCA,BTech-Computer Science) but also of non-IT programs like BBA, BCom ,BBA-LLB and MBA.”. “In order to exploit these opportunities, students must be abreast with latest developments in the Digital Banking. Today’s Corporate Lecture was arranged with that objective”, added Prof Rao.

    During the lecture, Ms. Suchitra Maurya explained the developments that have been taking place in deployment of latest technologies the all the areas of Banking and Payment Systems and how they have been benefiting the customers. She also advised the students on the precautions to be taken , while using Internet Banking and ATMs. Ms. Maurya responded to a number of interesting questions and queries posed by the students.

  • Corporate Talk on “Corporate Governance”
    ICFAI University Jharkhand organized a Corporate Talk on “Corporate Governance”. The Key Speaker was Mr. Joydeep Mookerjee, Chief Finance Officer, Vision Rx Lab, Kolkata, a subsidiary unit of Essilor International S.A., a French Multi National Company dealing with Ophthalmic Optics. All the faculty members and final year students of MBA, BBA and B.Com actively participated in the program.

    Welcoming the participants to the first Corporate Talk, Prof. O.R.S. Rao, Vice Chancellor of the University said, “Good Corporate Governance is critical for short term sustenance and long term growth of Organizations. All of us have seen real-life examples of how companies with poor Corporate Governance collapsed, whereas those with good governance performed well even during COVID-19 times”. “As it is the honesty and integrity of the Individual Managers that make the difference, it is important that every one of the students imbibe those qualities”, Prof Rao added.

    Explaining the fundamentals of Corporate Governance, Mr. Joydeep Mookerjee said, “Corporate Governance is the structure of rules, practices, and processes used to direct and manage a company. Good corporate governance helps companies build trust with investors and the community.” He highlighted the importance of Corporate Governance giving examples of how poor governance destroyed value of all the stakeholders of Enron and Satyam Computers. “While Accountability, Transparency, Responsibility and fairness are the pillars of Corporate Governance, Core Values of Honesty and Integrity of the Senior Managers are important to deliver good governance.”, said Mr. Mookerjee.

Sl. No. Guest Speaker Name Designation Organization Topic Date
1  Mr. Rana Chakraborty  General Manager  MECON Limited  CSR Activities by Mecon 22.08.2013
2 Mr. Amitabh Chaudhary  President  Jharkhand State Cricket Association  Successful conduct of T-20 matches in Ranchi 23.08.2013
3 Mr. H W Wadhwa  Sr.Manager (Finance)  Central Coalfields Ltd.  Current Financial Scenario in India 22.10.2013
4 Mr. Varun Prakash  Manager  Reliance Energy, Delhi  Use of GIS in electricity distribution companies 20.11.2013
5 Dr. Vinod Dumblekar  Management Consultant  MANTIS, Mumbai  Skills and attitude for Career Development 31.01.2014
6 Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Sr. Executive ESRI India,Kolkata Geographical Information System 18.12.2014
7 Mr. Vaun Prakash Manager  Reliance Energy,Delhi Role of GIS in Power Sector 15.11.2014
8 Mr. Raju Kumar Srivastava Sr. Manager Abhijeet Group,Ranchi Career Planning  11.12.2014
9 Mr Sanjiv Gupta Asst VP My Home Industries, Bhubaneswar Leadership 17.03.2015
10 Mr. Samuel Ezra Chakkarayvarthy Financial Consultant Own business Risk in Personal Finance 20.04.2015
11 Mr.  B. S. Jayachandra Principal  N G S PU College, Basavanagudi,Bangalore Retail Banking 20.04.2015
12 Mr.  Sandip Sanyal Sr. Manager EDUHELP (UK)   Strategic Management 20.04.2015
13 Dr. R.P.Mohanty Former VC Sikhsha ‘O’ Anusandhan University Importance of Research In Academics 25.09.2015
14 Dr. M.J.Xavier Executive Director VIT University, Chennai Research Methodology 25.09.2015
15 Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Sr. Executive ESRI India GIS 14.02.2016 
16 Dr. Dipanker Dey Dean IBS,Kolkata Indian Economy 24.02.2016
17 Ms. Archana Singh Research Scholar BIT Mesra, Ranchi IT Trends  21.03.2017
18 Dr RK Rai Chairman   7 Palms Hospital Managing depression 07.04.2017
19 Mr. Ankit Kumar Sharma Faculty Member Marwari College, Ranchi Working Capital Management 04.05.2017
20 Dr Shailesh Singh Director IIM,Ranchi How to conduct Quality Research in Management ? 14.06.2017
21 Dr. Shivram Krishnan CEO VCANINSPIRE Soft Skills 03.08.2017
22 Dr. ShivaRam Krishnan CEO VCANINSPIRE Soft Skills 03.08.2017
23 Achal Kumar Asst. Manager(Administration) Tata Steel HRD Perspectives 16.10.2017
24 Amit Anand AGM Bank of India Risk management in Banks 16.10.2017
25 Debabrata Mukherjee Associate Professor MMC  College Impact of Capital Gain/ GST 16.10.2017
26 Dhirendra lodha Chief Marketing Officer Kanoria Africa Textile PLC Sustainable textiles (DENIMS) 16.10.2017
27 G. Suresh Vice President R K Swamy BBDO Pvt. Ltd. How to sustain in IT industry 16.10.2017
28 KNLVisweswara Rao Program Manager Tech Mahindra Ltd IT Management , IT Trends 16.10.2017
29 Pawan kumar Dy. Director(Cost) Central Excise, Patna How to analyze Annual reports of companies? 16.10.2017
30 Rajesh Kumar Sinha Sr. GM Real India Group PLC Solution (HR) 17.10.2017
31 Subrata kumar ray GM & Company Secretary MST Limited CSR 17.10.2017
32 Sandip Das DGM SAIL Emotional Intelligence 28.11.2017
33 Dr. R K Rai Founder Seven Palm Hospitals Health & Happiness 07.12.2017
34 Sandip Das DGM SAIL Emotional Intelligence 28.11.2017
35 Dr. R K Rai Chairman  Seven Palm Hospitals Health & Happiness 07.12.2017
36 Dr PK Samanta  Assoc Professor NICMAR,Pune  Importance of research and publications   07.12.2017
37 Dr. R K Rai Founder Seven Palm Hospitals Health & Happiness 14.12.2017
38 Prof. Soumya Sarkar Assistant Professor IIM Ranchi Marketing research 27.03.2018
39 Dr PK Samanta Associate Professor NICMAR,Pune Importance of research and publications   18.07.2018
40 Prof (Dr) GL Datta Former Dean, IIT, Kharagpur and former Vice-Chancellor of  KL University Workshop on Outcomes Based Education for faculty members 29.08.2018
41 Mr. Tuhin Das AGM, NSE NSE Investment Awareness Programme 12.09.2018
42 Mr. Gyanedra Niraj AGM, CAPIO & Officer-in-charge (SEBI) Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Finance  Awareness Program 12.09.2018
43 Mr. Gyanandra Niraj AGM, SEBI SEBI Financial Awareness efforts of SEBI 21.11.2018
44 Ms. Pallavi Tigga Sr  Hr Business Partner Amazon Development Center Chennai Employee Motivation 21.11.2018
45 Mr. N. Praveen Kumar Assistant Professor S S Institute Of Technology Contemporary HR Issues 21.11.2018
46 Mr. Sanjay Narayan Sinha  Lecturer  In Computer Science LN Mishra Institute Of Economic And Social Change Patna Internet of Things 21.11.2018
47 Mr. Rishi Nandan Electrical Superintending Engineer Jbvnl Ranchi Public Private Partnership  21.11.2018
48 Ms. Meenu Kumari Sr. Manager HR Ramakrishna forgings Ltd Team Building  07.02.2019
49 Ms. Malavika Sharma Social Entrepreneur and Activist  Butterfly Project Gender:Why do we divide? 12.02.2019
50 Dr. Hareram Mohanty Former Associate Dean IBS Business School, Bhubaneswar   12.03.2019
51 Ms. Rashmi Rekha Sahoo Trainer St. Johns Ambulance First Aid and Safety 12.04.2019
52 Mr. Sandip Das DGM(Academics) MTI, SAIL Health and Happiness -  16-08-2019
53 Mr. Sashank Head Art of Living , Ranchi Meditation Practices 16-08-2019
54 Dr. Biplab Datta Associate Professor IIT, Kharagpur Recent trends in Services Marketing 27-08-2019
55 Mr. Rahul Anand Director B-Factory Aptitude Training 09-09-2019
56 Ms. Anshu Arora CEO Wissensquelle Robotics Robotics 18-09-2019
57 Mr. Kausal Kumar Manager, Strategy, Start-up Consultant Precog Ventures Tips to be successful & sustainable entrepreneurs 24-10-2019
58 Mr. Santa Prasad Ray Senior Consultant PwC Key Performance Indicators(KPI) of organizations 20-11-2019
59 Ms. Suchitra Maurya General Manager RBI Clear Policy of RBI 20-11-2019
60 Mr. Kusum Kanan Mishra Faculty St. Xavier’s College, Dumka Academic Opportunities after MBA 20-11-2019
61 Ms. Maneka Perikkathara Manager  Aster DM Healthcare Ltd. Stress Management 21-11-2019
62 Mr. Rohin Bhatnagar Assistant Professor T. John Institute of Management Recent trends in Organizational Behaviour 22-11-2019
63 Mr. Ajitesh Sinha Project Head Initiators Incorporation Soft Skills for Industry (Improving the communication skills, confidence  building, personality development) 26-11-2019
64 Ms. Tanuka Bhattacharya Head - HR Osam Milk Importance of CV in Interview Process 10-12-2019
65 Dr. Ashish Bajpai Professor Institute of Management Studies,Banaras Hindu University Career Counselling 11-12-2019
66 Dr. R K Das Head- HR & IR Larsen & Toubro Limited Today’s Employment scenario & Industry trend 20-12-2019