About The Conference


VSPM-AHE present a Conclave 2019 on 'Unemployment in India: Causes, Concerns & Cures' to mark the 89 Years of International Unemployment Day (March 6, 1930), a coordinated international campaign that brought hundreds of thousands of people around the world to the streets to protest mass unemployment associated with the Great Depression.

The subject of this Conclave strikes the right note, considering we have entered into a volcanic era again. 'Unemployment' is the burning question right now that is impacting the masses, corporate, and is on the brink of bringing down the Indian Government. India's future depends on how soon we address and solve it, such that every Indian soul benefits from it – and not just temporarily.

We hope along with a team of eminent economists, academicians, speakers, and well-known personalities that make the panel of Conclave 2019, we will arrive at some valuable conclusion that will pave the way for real development and empowerment of India's employable mass. . So, let's come together to give voice to our frustrations, expectations, and awareness. Let's come together to give power to a movement waiting to spread its wings. Let's come together and create an impact greater than we have ever hoped for.



Unemployment in India: The open secret that keeps getting darker


As India has ushered in the New Year, the old question of unemployment has again come haunting her celebrations, if there were any! According to the International Labour Organisation (ILO), the unemployment rate in India has augmented again at 3.5 percent in 2018-2019 (just like in 2016-2017), and there will be 18.9 million jobless people in India in 2019 (just a little more than 18.6 million in 2018). According to some studies, this rate of unemployment is the highest India has witnessed in at least the last 20 years.

This rising unemployment is unfortunate and one of the biggest challenges India's policymakers and administrators are going to face in the coming times. While the concern around this alarming question has grown recently, we know that it itself is not entirely new. Unemployment is the same old question, a complex problem, a labyrinth into which India finds herself lost time and again. However, her fall into this bottomless pit this time is going to have serious implications, one that can push not only the urban youth but also thousands of rural masses (both men and women) in search for work to the dark sides of depression and death.


Unemployment in India: The causes that we keep ignoring


Acknowledging, not denying, the causes of unemployment can help us rectify it. If we are to build a country in which everyone is able to find a sustainable livelihood for themselves and their families, we must start confronting the various demons that have possessed our mindset and halted our growth as a nation. While there are many causes of unemployment in India, here is an in exhaustive list of factors contributing to it since forever, and which we must address now before it is too late.

  • The Caste System
  • Increasing Population Growth
  • Slow Economic Growth
  • Slow Industrial Growth
  • Depressing Wages
  • Seasonality of Agricultural Occupations
  • Loss of Small Scale Industries
  • Shortage of Means of Production
  • Ineffective Economic Planning
  • Labor Immobility
  • Unsafe Places of Work (esp. for women, migrant workers, etc.)
  • Child Labour

Unemployment in India: Finding our way out


A fundamental shift in mindset is the need of the hour. Education alone cannot make way for progress. Right policies alone cannot bring positive results. And a different government too cannot solve this anxious problem overnight.

We require creating an inclusive space that embraces cultures, innovation, and research. We must build quality institutions that can impart education of the similar stature to each and all. We must focus on developing the aptitude and skills that respond to the global market. We must welcome migration for better opportunities and life. Unless we do this, we can never equate education with employability.


About CIBMRD


Vidya Shiksan Prasarak 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).


Sub Themes


  1. Call For Papers

    Papers / Articles are invited on the theme and sub-theme of the conference. All selected, registered and in time received papers will be published in conference proceeding with ISBN. Selected papers will be published in International as well as national journal.


  2. Guidelines For paper Submission
    • An electronic version of manuscript in MS Word must be sent to amishi@cibmrd.com & register o n www.cibmrdcimc.in
    • Manuscript should be of 2000 to 4000 words approximately. Lengthy Paper is liable for rejection.
    • All text should be single space with 1inch margin on all sides. Use 12 point Times New Roman font with Harvard
    • style Referencing. The final paper should be accompanied by a declaration of the author that the contribution is his/her own work and it has not been published anywhere else. Paper should cover Title of the paper, Author's name and designation, Email, Contact Number, Institute's Name and Address Abstract, Key words, Introduction, Scope and Objectives, Research Methodology, Data Analysis and Interpretation Inference and Discussion, Outcome

  3. Important Dates

    Last date of sending full paper : 20th Feb 2018


    Note : Registration for all participants is compulsory. Only published and registered paper writer will get one copy of Conference Proceeding. All Authors should register on or before due date, failing of which their papers may not be published


  4. Program Schedule

    5th March 2019 by CIBMRD College, Nagpur


    Panel Discussion* (involving well-known speakers) * A White Paper will be developed from the outcome of this panel discussion. Papers from academicians for the purpose of publication in our journal will also be invited.

    Time : 2 pm onwards

    Venue : CIBMRD Auditorium


  5. Registration

    Category Fees
    Academician 500/-
    UG And PG Students Only 500/- (No Conference Kit ANd Proceedings)
    Multiple paper Publication 500/- (No Each extra paper to be publish)


    1. Registration fees Include Conference Kit, Hi - Tea, Two Lunch And One Dinner Only


    2. On The Spot Registration 500/- (No accommodation will be provided for on the spot registration)


  6. Awards

    Note :


    * Registration of all authors in Paper is compulsory.


    * All authors should register in advance, failing which their papers may not be published.


    * Proceedings will only be given to those who contribute papers


    * Paper not sent on Email address cibmrd@gmail.com will not be accepted / organizers are not in any way Responsible


    * Additional (Multiple) papers needs to register separately for each paper.


  7. Accomodation

    Accomodation will be provided only to the outstation participants on the request of advance . Delegets needing assistance in accomodation and transport may contact the organizing committee members. Accomodation will be provided for the dates 20-01-2018and 21-01-2018


  8. Payment Mode:

    Registration fees Can be paid by cash or RTGS or NEFT.
    CIBMRG Reaserch Education
    Bank Of India, Somalwada Branch, nagpur
    A/c No. : 874020110000290
    IFSC Code: BKID0008740


  9. Patrons

    Dr. S. P. Kane Vice-Chancellor RTMNU, Nagpur.

    Shri. Ranjeetbabu Deshmukh Chairman, VSP AHE, Nagpur.




Advisory Committee


Shri. Jawahar Charde Guardian Director, VSP AHE, Nagpur.

Dr. V. S. Deshpande, Dean, Commerce & Management Faculty, RTMNU


Organizing Committee


Dr. Amishi Arora, Conference Secretary, Director CIBMRD, Nagpur


Dr. K.S. Kadu, Dean Academics, CIBMRD


Dr. Shyam Shukla

Associate Professor, CIBMRD

Dr. Yogita Sure

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Dr. Ajay Talwekar

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Dr. Ravindra Gharpure

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Dr. Sagar Khursange

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Prof. M. I. Rahim Khayyam

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Prof. Valarie Francis

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Prof. Santosh Gedam

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Prof. Mangesh Deshmukh

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD

Dr. Anup Suchak

Assistant Professor, CIBMRD