5th March, 2019
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.
Objective of CIMC
To provide a platform for multidisciplinary inputs to present & discuss research on Skill Development and Technological Innovations among academicians and practitioners
Identify, develop, and create areas & ways of improving Skill Development initiatives.
To discuss whether the policy is comprehensive or not.
To find out whether there are any gaps between what is planned, implemented and actually required. If gaps are found then provide/suggest the solutions to overcome them.
To research, discuss and find out what more can be done in the area of skill development in India
Tracks & Sub Themes
- Management & commerce
Organizational Challenges Regarding Skill development.
Role of Industry-Academia interface for filling the Skill Gap
Public-Private Partnerships for Skill Development
Approaches for Competency Building and Capacity Enhancement of Workforce
Innovations in Corporate Training and Development for Bridging the Skill Gap
Developing High Performance Team Building
Women Empowerment through Skill Development Training
Innovative Approaches for Generating Rural Employment through Skill Development
Role of Skills in Social Entrepreneurship and Innovations
Innovative approaches for promoting Entrepreneurship
Innovative approaches in Management Education for filling the Skill Gap in India
Inter-disciplinary Approaches for Skill Development
Innovative Approaches in Marketing, Finance, and HR Practices for Skill Development
Talent management & employee engagement
Financial Architecture for SMEs : Financial innovations.
Micro finance & financial inclusion.
Innovations in skill development & skill management
Critical steps for entrepreneurs to bring innovations to the market place.
Consumer resistance to Innovation: Marketing problems and solutions.
- Technology/Production & Operations
Harnessing Technological Developments in various fields of Engineering & Technology for Skill Development
Approaches for harnessing technological developments for skill development
Technology, Skills, and Employability
Innovations in E-Commerce and E-Governance
Data Analytics Skills
Globalization and Technology
Innovative IT Skills for work efficiency, decision making and employability enhancement.
Information technology in Production & Process.
Innovations & technological up gradation at plant level
Product standard & TQM
Innovative Learning Methods for Skills Development
Modern Technological Learning Aids in Education for Skill Enhancements.
Support research into current & future skill need
Creating a culture of talent development.
Developing a model of skill development
Inspiring experimentation & innovations.
Approaches for effectiveness in Vocational Training
Indian economy issues and perspectives
Skill development essential for economic growth
Rural Entrepreneurship and Inclusive Growth
Economic Development vs. Sustainable Development
Green Economy, Green Business and Green Computing
Innovation and R& D: Engine for Economic Growth
Role of skill development in eradication of poverty and unemployment.
|Last date of sending full paper||20th Feb 2016|
|Last date of notification of acceptance||22th Feb 2016|
|Last date for registration||27th Feb 2015|
CIMC has tie up with the international Journals for publishing chosen few research papers. The journal bears ISSN number and are double blind –reviewed journal.
MTC Global Journal of Management and Entrepreneurship
UDYUKTA- International Journal In Management and Economics
Thus the authors get an opportunity to publish their papers in this journal.
All accepted papers will be published in a compendium bearing an ISBN number .
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