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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

ALS Student shines at 2nd Global Conference on Business Management, Singapore

We are proud to share that Neelesh Kumar of 5th Semester participated in the 2nd Global Conference on Business Management, held in Singapore on June 12-13, 2014. He presented a paper on "International Market on the Crossroads - The Way Ahead" & was Session chair for Day 2 session two as the Youngest Delegate.
Carpe diem my friend.......You have made all ALSites proud!!!! Cheeeeeers. 
 — with Neelesh Kumar at Singapore.

Placement Notice for Innodata India P Ltd, Noida


Name of the Organization:   Innodata India P Ltd
Address (Head Office): Noida
Location(s) for which being hired: Sector 62 Noida
No. of vacancies (Location-wise): 10

S.No.Designation/Role OfferedTraining/Probation Period (If applicable) Number  of      vacancies Compensation  package/ Stipend  (per annum)
1.Junior SpecialistProbation Period 6 months10
a) Gross Salary/CTC:                                                                            Gross Salary/CTC...upto 35000/-pm
Other Benefits/Perquisites.....Medical Insurance

Company Profile:
1.       Industry: ITES
2.       Area(s) of Specialization: Digital Publishing,Content Management,IT Services,Data Conversion

About the Company: Innodata (NASDAQ: INOD) provides services, products and solutions that our clients use to create, manage and distribute digital information.

In response to market demand for transformation from print publishing to online publishing, from search-based information products to workflow-based information products, and from web-based distribution to multiple-channel distribution—including mobile, tablet and eReading devices—we are continuously adopting new strategies, technologies and processes.

We operate in two separate reporting segments. Our Content Services segment provides business process, technology and consulting services to assist clients in setting digital content production and product strategies, integrating new technologies and processes, and improving the quality and efficiency of content creation, enrichment and transformation. We launched our other segment, Innodata Advanced Data Solutions, during the second quarter of 2011, to perform advanced data analysis services in the financial, healthcare, medical and insurance industries.

Our clients include leading media, publishing and information services companies, as well as enterprises that are prominent in information technology, manufacturing, aerospace, defense, financial services, government, healthcare and law.


Job Profile:
Position is for a project of a UK client, which will require resources having specialized knowledge and skills.

The resources will be required to write short summaries of UK legal content such as UK forms and precedents, so that the reader will have a 'snapshot' of such content. "Precedents" are samples of common legal documents including legal agreements, court pleadings, court forms, etc.
 Accordingly, the potential candidate should meet the following minimum requirements:
- Graduate of law
- Has basic knowledge of the different concepts and principles involving UK law
- Has experience with or exposure to the common UK forms and precedents 
- Possesses above average comprehension skills
- Possesses above average writing skills (UK-English)
- Able to write/simplify content using non-legal language

1.                                      MODE OF SELECTION

a)                                      No. of Rounds:  3
b)                                      Nature of Rounds:
                      Round 1:___HR Round_____________
                      Round 2:___Test_____________
                      Round 3:___F2F round with Manager_____________

     3.     Date of Interview:    24 July 2014

Friday, July 11, 2014

Invitation for Youth Internet Governance Forum 3rd – 6th August 2014

A prestigious event Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum, Youth Internet Governance 
Forum & SANOG XXIV will be held at Hotel Crowne Plaza, Greater Noida from 1st -9th August 2014. The event is being hosted by the Internet Service Providers Association of India (ISPAI) & National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI). 

The theme of our event is “Internet to Equinet – An equitable Internet for the next billion”

This event is to boost and contribute to the discussion of how Technology and Governance can go hand in hand to help India accelerate the demand of Internet growth. It will be a good platform for Knowledge Initiative (Skill Development) among students as we are inviting students.

The Youth Internet Governance Forum (YIGF ), would be taking place from 3rd – 6th August 2014. The Orientation Ceremony of YIGF on 3rd August 2014. 

An overview of the YIGF Program 
Youth as a majority of Internet user group, their voices are however less heard in any decision making process. With a dedication to raise the awareness of Youth on Internet governance and encourage the young generation to participate in the policy discussion, a group of NetMission Ambassadors ( has initiated the Youth Internet Governance Forum (YIGF) in 2010 in parallel with the APrIGF. 
Inspired by United Nation’s Internet Governance Forum, the Youth IGF takes the same multi-stakeholders’approach as the global IGF. YIGF is usually a 3-day-2 nights camp which participants are assigned a role as one of the interest group such as government, private sectors and NGOs. During the camp, they are encouraged to think from a new standpoint. Based on equality, YIGF provides an open platform for young generation to express and interchange their ideas and own thoughts on Internet governance freely. It also serves as a preparation camp for them to understand various Internet issues and open their door to the international policy discussion.
One of the core features of the Youth IGF is that the facilitators are all youth themselves i.e. NetMission Ambassadors which signifies the empowerment of youth as well as the peer-to-peer impact.

Eligibility: 10-15 Brilliant Students having interest in the field of Internet & Technology, Regulatory & Policy matters with the capability of good communicating & debating skills in English.

The Youth IGF Camp is a 3-day-2-night camp mirroring the UNIGF for youth to discuss
various Internet Governance issues.

Stakeholder Group – participants will be divided and role-play as different stakeholders
(example: Govt. bodies/ NGOs/ Students/ Business Organizations etc.)

• Presentations and Open Forum - Participants will present on their conclusion and have an open debate panel, which other rIGF participants are welcome to join

Timings: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm from 3rd August – 9th August for Youth IGF
Venue: Hotel Crowne Plaza, Greater Noida (NCR-Delhi)

1) From Internet to Equinet - How to build an open and accessible Internet in order to equally engage all the Internet users, especially the next billion to join the Internet?

Internet as a tool of voice: the importance of Equinet to the Internet Development
How to draw a line between appropriateness and inappropriateness on the Internet
Rise of Mobility: How to craft a secure Internet for our next generation

Format of Discussion:

Internal Preparation
Participants will be separated into different parties within the same stakeholders group and have internal discussion
Stakeholder Discussion
Participants from the same stakeholders representing different parties will have round table discussion on the stance of the whole group and prepare for the next stage
Multi-Stakeholder Role-Play Discussion
The discussion starts with Panelist discussion followed by floor questions to the panel. Panelists are representatives from different stakeholders group to imitate the Multi-StakeHolders Model (M17M)

2) How to drive Social Change through Innovation and ICT technologies?
For the sake of variety, new elements are suggested to be included in the YIGF Camp to
make it more interesting and engaging. Youth will have the chance to discuss how to
drive Social Change through ICT startups.

Format of Discussion:

Sharing Session
Local Experts, Professors and Entrepreneurs who have had successful Start-Ups on driving social change will be invited to share their stories to inspire and engage the next generation of participants.
Brain Storming Wall
A wall with memo pads and mark pens will be provided in all the sessions throughout the camp. Participants, guests and passer-bys will be invited to write 
down ideas on how to drive Social Change anytime they see fit. Participants will also be responsible for introducing the wall to the Participants of APrIGF. Finally, innovative ideas will be shared and introduced during the public forum

Core Element for YIGF Camp
1) Ice Breaking
   - To break-in with the participants with role-play discussion activities, etc.
2) Brain Storming Wall
3) Multi-Stakeholders Role-Play Discussion
   Participants are divided into three different stakeholders and will discuss on the 3 topics with the same grouping throughout the camp.
   Topic of Discussion for Day 1: Openness
   Topic of Discussion for Day 2: Access + Creative Social Change Ideas
   Discussion on Openness acts as a warm-up for participant to experience the atmosphere of discussion and to nurture their mindset.
   Discussion on Access is be the final rehearsal for the public session, the setting will be the same as public forum to better the participants.
   Every Stakeholder will choose their main speakers (2~4 depends on no. of
       participants) (Main Speakers will be varied from each topics)
   M17M Discussion: (Panel Discussion + Floor Questions)
4) Sharing Sessions of Multi-Stakeholder Engagement on Youth Participation on IG
   Experts on IG will be invited to share on the importance of youth participation on IG
   Potential Guests: Fadi Chehadé – CEO of ICANN
5) Sharing Session on How to Drive Social Change
   Professors and Entrepreneurs will be invited to share on their experiences.
6) IG Theme Game – DataWar
   Let the participants to understand the importance of Data security through another
   Companies have to gather as much data as they can to win the game
   To let the participants to experience data as tradable assets
7) Public Forum
   M17M Discussion: (Panel Discussion + Floor Questions)
   Four-Party Panelists: Government, Civil Society, Industry, Youth
   Topic of Discussion for Day 3: Security
   Conclusion on the 2 topics discussed
   Display of Posters with Idea Memos / Stickers and theme introduction and introduce certain creative ideas

Friday, June 27, 2014

Scholarships by The Washington Center, USA

his is with reference to Amity University collaboration with The Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars (TWC) located in Washington D.C. USA.

From the last four years, few selected best Amity students are being sent to TWC to participate in Prudential Foundation Global Citizens (PFGC) Program offered by TWC with scholarship which covers most of the expenses. The program gives an opportunity to prepare students to become more responsible and civically engaged global citizens while acquiring leadership and professional skills that will equip them to positively impact their communities. Apart from international exposure, at the end of the program, students get the certificate, portfolio and also earn credits for their respective programmes.

TWC has invited applications now for the scholarships for Spring 2015 Prudential Foundation Global Citizens Program (PFGCP) i.e., January – May 2015.  A total of 20 best students will be selected from universities in Brazil, China, India, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. The scholarship for PFGC program covers most expenses including: application fee, program and housing fees, J-1 SEVIS visa fee, health insurance, and an airfare allowance (Total Scholarship Value: above $13000 USD).

Eligibility to apply for PFGCP:

a)      Student pursuing UG / PG programmes (except first year students)
b)      Excellent Academic Record (Minimum CGPA:8)
c)       Valid Passport
d)      Good communication skills & general knowledge
e)      Active participation in co-curricular & extra curricular activities
f)       Involvement of Civic engagements / social work

Interested students should complete & submit the following documents (in English Language only) to HOI by August 18, 2014 for further submission to the undersigned Liaisoning Officer:

1.      Application Form
2.      One-page Résumé that outlines your educational background, honors or recognitions, work experience, activities, special skills, travel, interests, etc. Please be sure to include any computer-related expertise or foreign language skills, as well as prior internships and community service activities.
3.      500-word Issues Essay talking about a current event in the field of business, management, finance or entrepreneurship
4.      Short answers of 200 words or less (Please use A 4 size sheet):
Question #1 Why Does this program appeal to you?
Question # 2 Explain one situation in which you demonstrated your ability to lead.
Question # 3 What are your professional interests?
5.      Two Letters of Recommendation along with cover sheet as per specified format (one of which must be provided by a faculty member)
6.      Marksheets – Class X, XII, Graduation & Post Graduation – all semester marksheets
7.      Copy of the Passport

Program Dates: The PFGC Spring 2015 Program begins on January 21, 2015 and ends on May 06, 2015.

Program Components
This program provides students interested in learning more about the financial role of the private, government, and nonprofit sectors in the U.S. and around the world an opportunity to work and interact and interact with experts in areas such as business, corporate social responsibility and ethics, and the intersections of business and government. The program has the following components:

  • Internship: students will be placed in an internship with an organization that fits their interests and skills. Students will intern four days a week.

  • Academic Course: students will complete an academic course. TWC’s faculty includes adjunct professors from local universities including Georgetown and Johns Hopkins University, among others.

  • Leadership Forum: students will attend a series of events with experts and leaders from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors on Monday afternoons.

§  Civic Engagement / Social Responsibility Project: students will devote a minimum of 15 hours over the semester to active learning and action to become well-informed about an issue they care about, then work to make a positive difference in public life at the local, national or global level.

  • Portfoliostudents will produce a compilation of documents that chronicles and summarizes their learning experience during your time with The Washington Center.

Heads of Institutions are requested to circulate the information (file attached) through Notice Boards, CRs, P.Ls & Faculty members so that interested students may apply by August 18, 2014. Their applications may please be submitted to undersigned along with a cover note of recommendation, by August 20, 2014. Thereafter a committee at University Level will interview the applicants & best five shortlisted applicants will be recommended to apply for Spring 2015 PFGC program at TWC, USA. Final selection will be done by TWC & Prudential Foundation which will be based on telephonic and skype interview and subsequent personal interview by their representatives in India.

For more information about the program, the students may contact the Director ALS.

Notice for New Courses

A few significant changes have been introduced that impact the students as indicated below. These come into effect with the forthcoming academic session starting in July, 2014.

Students would need to exercise option to select any two of the three courses below for the semesters concerned.

9th Semester

a) Intellectual Property Law
b) Telecommunication Laws
c) Law, Poverty & Development

7th Semester

a) Legislative Drafting
b) Women & Criminal Law
c) Interpretation of Statutes

In addition to the above, the students of Sixth semester and Above would need to select any one of the two baskets given below in which they would be taught the subjects semester-wise contained in that basket.

a) Business Law
b) Intellectual Property Law

The students can now change their foreign language, if they so want, and select any of the following each year. These are of one credit each per semester. Those who wish to continue with the same foreign languages may do so. 

1. French      )
2. German     )        Five Year
3. Hindi         )

Next, the students would have to opt for one of the two open electives of one credit each.

a)   Sports
b)   Cultural

The session timings now would be as follows. The exact time table would be available on Amizone.


Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Admission Query Links

The Law School is founded on real life challenges. It is an institution that is devoted to prepare a generation of law professionals capable of facing future demands confidently. Its distinguished faculty is fully committed to their assignment. It takes pride in maintaining an exceptional learning and research environment.
ALS is fully geared to provide its students with an innovative and stimulating exposure. The academic community works in cooperation towards that goal with great enthusiasm. The campus atmosphere is pleasant and positive with an absorbing schedule. The students are equipped to develop a legal temper. The high-quality legal education integrates their legal concepts with an incisive and practical understanding of law. The programme develops the general skills and core competencies essential for legal education. The focus is on development of the capacity to analyze and reason, oral and written communication, knowledge application, intellectual curiosity and professional integrity. The school offers an extraordinarily campus in which students, faculty and staff work together.
Anyone who is a part of ALS is not just working or studying in one of the best colleges in India but is also a part of a very dynamic and growing academic community.
The Amity Law School, Noida is an institution established by an educational society RBEF (Ritnand Balved Education Foundation) with the object of providing high quality education in the legal domain. The Founder Trustee, an NRI and an industrialist and the President of RBEF, Dr. Ashok K Chauhan is a renowned philanthropist who has dedicated his life to the service of the nation through education. Teaching at Amity Law School started with effect from 3rd November 2004.

Amity Law School is situated at Sector 125, Noida, (Uttar Pradesh) a city 10 miles from the capital city of India, Delhi. Noida is better known as Arogya Dham ( Medical City), IT and Education city because of Institutes like Fortis and Max Hospitals, NTPC and its R&D Centre. GAIL and HUDCO benefiting the entire population of Delhi, UP and nearby states. It is well known for its academic institutes of international repute like Amity Business School, Amity International School, Amity School of Biotechnology, Amity School of Engineering and the like. The pollution-free campus has been designed to complement the international curriculum and has the optimum environment for 21st century education, where every aspect of teaching and learning is supported by modern and relevant technology. There are abundant open space which provide tranquil reflection.

ALS is a part of Amity University and running five-year integrated B.A./B.Com/BBA LL.B (Hons.), Programmes and has been approved by The Bar Council of India, New Delhi.

Amity Law School has an impressive array of academic, sports and cultural facilities. It is one the finest institutions and has all the requirements that a college needs to strive ahead.

Director Sir shares his opinion on AQAH on NewsX

Maj Gen Nilendra Kumar, Director & Dean at Amity Law School, Noida speaking about Al Qaeda al Hind (AQAH), the Indian arm of Osama bin Laden's terrorist organisation on NewsX Channel.

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