This Year 10th  CIMC Is 29th National Conference

of

Maharashtra state Commerce Association

on

Role of culture, ethos & Indian philosophy in commerce & Industry





About


29th National Conference




It has often been said that managing a business can be better understood by having a knowledge of cultural traditions. The managerial Philosophy in any organization has an impact on the organization in future as well. Business Organizations and its studies, in fact, Commerce Industry and Commerce Education, both need to design their functions and practices balancing both – ancient knowledge of our cultural heritage as well as modern philosophies of the globalized economy. Today's education and business practices look for convergence of the traditional philosophy and modern way of doing business.



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Organized By


Vidya Shiksan Prasarak Mandal AHE's

Central Institute Of Business Management Research And Development, Nagpur






In Association With


Department of commerce

Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University




About CIBMRD


VidyaShiksanPrasarak Mandal (Academy for Higher Education) Nagpur which is known for its Reputed Institute LATA MANGESHKAR HOSPITAL & NKP SALVE MEDICAL COLLEGE, is now a four decade old prestigious social organization in the arena of education and health care in Vidarbha region. It has established around 64 academic institutions imparting various regular and professional courses.

Central Institute of Business Management, Research and Development (CIBMRD) is affiliated to RTM Nagpur University and approved by AICTE New Delhi. Established in the year 1994 the institute has the objective of providing avenues for excellence in technical & professional education and research through various activities. The institute is equipped with a perfect blend of wisdom & experience and has gained prominence as one of the Best 'B' schools (AIMA survey).


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Theme: “Theme: “Era of Skill Development : Inspire, Innovate & Integrate”

Prime Minister, Narendra Modiji had launched his pet project, 'Skill India Campaign' on the occasion of World Youth Skill day in June 2015. The launch of the mission assures significance as India currently faces a shortage of well trained skilled workforce.
The enormity of India skilling challenge is further aggravated by the fact that skill training efforts cut across multiple sectors and requires the involvement of diverse stake holders such as multiple government department at the centre and state level , private training providers, education and training institute , employees, industry associations, assessments and certification bodies and trainees. All the stakeholders need to align their work together in order to achieve the target of 'skill India'.The framework for implementation of Skill development tries to provide strategic direction to establish a clear line of action to enable India to achieve its skill targets; it will help to get the opinions & researched expressions of academicians from all disciplines to give their inputs on making the program more effective.
Research is required to understand whether the policy is comprehensive or not, are there any gaps in what is being planned & implemented and what is actually required. It may also be necessary to study the effectiveness of the program, to study whether target groups are identified & are appropriate and also if the program is rolled out at all the levels of education. It may be worth studying how 'skill Development' can be incorporated in the regular curriculum of education at various levels.
International contribution is also invited from faculties of other countries as well, as this will give us an understanding of how & what is being done at international levels in the area of Skill Development and also how the program in India be geared up to make our youth globally competative.

Dates: 05th March, 2016

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Theme: “Achieving Sustainable Development Goals: Innovative Approaches to build the Future we wish”

The last two decades have witnessed revolutionary changes the world over in areas of politics, economics, socio-cultural & technological developments.

Traditional competition has been abolished by a rising tide of fierce hypercompetitive challenges on a global scale. In the backdrop of growing competitive new world market most of the growing concerns aim at optimizing their potential strength in the domain of their expertise. In the process new approaches of achieving competitive edge is required to be explored.

Post recession, the world over the industry is expecting the academia to bring forth innovative approaches to build a better world for all of us. The whole gamut of change is basically emerging out of the fast changing socio, economic & cultural concepts and also the role that technology is playing in bringing around a turnaround in business practices. 

Sustainable Development of a nation’s economy is directly proportional of the Health care faculties made available there. With the development and enhancement of technology and its use in Medical Sciences sophisticated healthcare facilities can be made available but at a cost. With the new government propagating the policy of Public-Private Partnerships, there can be substantial development in Medical facilities and healthcare facilities by synergizing the resources of both, the private sector and the government/Public sector.

Moreover the Healthcare Industry, being a sunrise sector, has a host of managerial issues to deal with, the major area being the availability of adequate manpower and training of the same. The conclave is designed to address special tracks- Health Care, Commerce & Economics, and Management keeping above in mind besides the main conference theme.

Dates: 20th March, 2015

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Theme: “Gramin Samriddhi - Growth Drivers for Sustainable Rural Development”

With more than 833 million of its people living in rural areas and with its rural sector contributing about 21 percent of the gross domestic product at factor cost at the 2012-13 prices, no strategy of socio-economic development of India that neglects the rural people and the rural areas can be successful. Rural development is, therefore, a sine qua non of overall development in India.

Dates: 4th - 5th April, 2014

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