Pune is considered the cultural capital of Maharashtra & the 8th largest metropolises in India. It was earlier known as Punya-Nagiri or Queen of Deccan. Once the hometown of Marathas and a centre of power for the Maratha Empire, the presence of the numerous edifices in Pune links to its rich and glorious history. Pune also has made its mark as the educational epicentre of the country, winning itself the sobriquet, ‘The Oxford of the East’.
Since 1950-60s, Pune has had traditional old-economy industries which continue to grow. The city is now also known for manufacturing and automobiles, as well as government and private sector research institutes for information technology (IT) education, management and training, which attract migrants, students and professionals from around the globe. This beautiful Pune city is a pleasant travel getaway destination, having many exotic locales attracting innumerable tourists.
Maharshi Karve Stree Shikshan Samstha, (MKSSS), Pune is a 116-year-old parent body committed to “Empowerment of women through education”. MKSSS, Pune was established in 1896 by the great visionary and social worker Bharat Ratna Maharshi Dhondo Keshav Karve to provide shelter to destitute women. MKSSS spread over in 60 educational and other units including institutions imparting professional education like Cummins Engineering college, Bhanuben Nanavati Architecture college, School of Fashion Technology and Hiraben Nanavati Institute of Management and Research for Women (HNIMR). An all-women management institute, established in 1996; affiliated to University of Pune and recognized by AICTE & DTE ;it was accreditated by National Board of Accreditation for the period 2008-2011. The reaccreditation is in process. The institute has also been accredited with IAO accreditation.
All-women management Institute, Legacy of over 100 years of imparting education to women, Entrepreneurship Development Cell-to promote entrepreneurship among students, Research Cell with various surveys and research projects undertaken, IMPACT – the Consultancy cell that provides training to corporate and outside world, Women’s Study centre carrying social activities related to women; are the special features of HNIMR.
A strong Corporate – Interface with the help of concurrent interactive sessions by experts from Corporate on current issues, IT Tools and also HR Conclave, Marketing Meet, CFO Meet, keep the students acquainted with the current affairs. The students are enhanced with the operational acquaintances by visits to different organizations like TechMahindra, Synechron, Volkswagen, Mercedes Benz, Labour Court and Labour Commissioner Office, etc.
With a deep sense of belongingness to the society and to inculcate the spirit of social responsibility among the students, the Community Development Cell of HNIMR works on delivering soft skill training programmes for NGOs and School teachers, participation in activities organized by NGOs, Counselling Activities for Women and children, Health check up and Eye check up camps and many more.
The Intellectual Asset of HNIMR consists of 6 Doctorate faculty members and 13 faculty members pursuing their Ph.D. This enriched faculty resource with extensive academic and industrial experience facilitates the fulfilment of the objectives of HNIMR.
The world economy is witnessing global imbalances since early 2000s. It is observed to have an exceptional increase in the global imbalances with its highest peak in 2006. So far, three major global gluts were observed. First – “the savings glut” where the global growth, inflation and interest rates were much lower than in previous cycles over the secular horizon, reflecting the impact of the global savings glut. Second – the oil glut looked for a pickup in global economic activity and inflation over the cyclical horizon, reflecting the combined effects of the oil glut and the money glut. And third – the money glut where the bond yields moderately rose from current levels on the back of the cyclical recovery.
Apart from the major global gluts, the global world has faced major events like the Brexit referundum, the recruitment policies of the American President, The reforms in China for reduction of excess production, the initiative of North Korea for the explosive hydrogen bomb etc. These major reforms in any one country have an effect at the global level creating a glut in employment, production, consumption at the macro as well as at the micro level.
Hence, there is a need for the experts from academia, industry and corporates to come together and explore ideas and strategies to identify and manage the global glut.
In addition, the sector has a multiplier effect for job creation in the services sector.There has been a rising perception that growth in the manufacturing sector has not been accompanied by growth in employment, as the sector exhibits lower employment elasticity.
Infact the manufacturing sector is critical for the growth of the economy. This is because the sector tends to have a multiplier effect on other sectors in the economy. The manufacturing sector avails raw materials and services from other sectors in the economy and in turn supplies them with finished products. Hence stimulating demand for everything from raw materials to intermediate goods. Its area of influence includes sectors like software, health, and transportation.
As envisaged in National Manufacturing Policy, the manufacturing sector has the potential to provide employment to 100 million people by 2022.
“Zero Defect Zero Effect” is an slogan coined by Prime Minister of India, Narendar Modi which signifies production mechanisms wherein products have no defects and the process through which product is made has zero adverse environmental and ecological effects.The slogan also aims to prevent products developed from India from being rejected by the global market.
Innovation is the key to this and also to sustained industrial growth and major source of competitive advantage to industry for penetrating and capturing the global market. Creating a robust national innovation system is one of the key elements listed in the Science Technology Innovation Policy 2013 (STIP 2013) of Government of India. India is not fulfilling its potential when it comes to innovation, and there seems to be a gap between its capabilities and results.
One of the challenges holding India back likely is the less-than-full development of its intellectual property system. Innovators and creators need to be able to secure their investment in developing their creations — or they often simply won’t create, and they surely won’t invest in commercializing and bringing products to market.
- Country – wise reforms to manage the global glut
- Role of Financial regulations to manage the money glut
- Global imbalances leading to financial crisis
- The consumption glut across the globe
- Globalisation and operational sustainability
- Innovative strategies to manage the complexities in global market
- The Good and the Bad of Stagnation Glut
- Role of OPEC in managing the oil glut
- Making sense out of Data Glut
- Challenges and Opportunities in Global Glut
- Facing the Retail Glut
- Sustainable development and energy glut
- HR initiatives to manage the employment glut in various sectors
The above themes are only suggestive. Researchers may contribute to the knowledge by submitting the research papers related to any topic of the Conference.
- The abstract(s) (approximately 300 words) should reflect the scope of the full version of the paper /case along with few appropriate keywords.
- Details of the author(s) to be given at the end of the paper with information such as Name, Designation, Organisation name and email address.
- Details such as Brief profile of the author(s) , contact details (with postal address, mobile number and email address) and under which Sub-Theme the abstract is to be considered, should be clearly mentioned in the mail communication.
- Electronic submission of manuscripts in MS Word format is required.
- All abstract(s) , Paper(s) , Case(s) should be submitted using English language , Font type Times New Roman, Font size 12 (IEEE format) with 1.5 line spacing .
- Full version of the manuscript(s) should be of maximum 3500 word count.
- Unformatted paper(s), and paper(s) beyond the page limit will not be reviewed.
- Accepted abstract(s) would be published in the conference pre-proceeding.
- Few Selected full Paper(s) would be published in the blind reviewed journal ISSN 0973-7936
- Abstract(s) and Full Paper(s) should be sent through email on : firstname.lastname@example.org
- Do visit HNIMR Website www.hnimr.org for more details and updates.
- All submitted manuscript(s) will be subjected to Double blind review, by eminent professionals from academic and/or corporate.
- Paper(s) in absentia would as well be accepted with registration fee as applicable.
- All the participants need to carry identification proof of their organisation or a photo identity.
|Last date of Submission of Abstract||15th January 2018|
|Notification of Acceptance||20th January 2018|
|Last date of submission of paper||25th January 2018|
|Notification of Acceptance||30th January 2018|
- Students – Under Graduate(UG), Post Graduate(PG), Research Scholars,
- Management Trainees & Associates
- Academicians / Faculty Members / Teachers
- Corporate Professionals / Entrepreneurs / Consultants / Business Practitioners / Industrialists
(Without transportation and Accommodation charges)
|For Indian Delegates||For Foreign Delegates|
|Academicians and Research Scholars||Rs. 1500/-||$200|
|Delegation Fees for paper presentation and publication with ISSN – includes tea, breakfast, lunch, seminar kit and seminar proceedings|
Author & Co-author(s) of accepted paper/case, should register and pay registration fees separately.
Demand Draft (DD) to be drawn in favor of “Smt. Hiraben Nanavati Institute of Management & Research for Women” payable at Pune from any Nationalized Bank.
- Dr. Anwar Shaikh – President, IGCCIA
- Dr. Sethi – Founder President, Odser Charitable Trust
- Dr. Rashmi Hebalkar – Chairman, Pune Chapter, ISTD
- Mr. Frank Hoffman – Senior Manager – Inbound Services / Delegations, Indo – German Chamber of Commerce
- Dr. Sachin Vernekar – Dean FMS , Bharati Vidyapeeth University , Pune ( INDIA ), Director IMED .
- Dr. Rajas Parchure – Reserve Bank of India Professor of Finance and Officiating Director of Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics, Pune
- Prof. N. D. Patil – Chairman – CDC, HNIMR
Dr. Jagdish Pol
Director, HNIMR, Pune
Dr. Sonali N. Parchure (Mob.: 9423032159)
Dr. Mihika Kulkarni (Mob.: 9422008665)
The Savitribai Phule Pune University (formerly known as University of Poona) was established under the Poona University Act, passed by the Bombay Legislature on 10th February, 1948. It is one of the premier universities in India, is positioned in the North-western part of Pune city. It offers excellent programs in various areas including Science, Commerce, Arts, Languages and Management Studies.
Indo Global Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (IGCCIA) was officially established on April 24, 2012, is a platform for leaders, decision-making authorities, industrialists, educationists and business representation group with the mission of encouraging the sustainable development of the national economy. It provides unique opportunities for making new business expansions, global business networking and partnerships and a wide range of services for member companies and making representation to government and other decision makers on issues important to business.
IGCCIA promotes bilateral trade, investment and technology transfer, facilitates business collaborations, joint ventures, marketing tie-ups and strategic alliances through a set of proactive business-oriented initiatives.
The Indian Society for Training & Development (ISTD), established in April 1970, is a national level professional & non-profit society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860. It has a large membership of individuals and institutions involved in the area of training and development of Human Resource from Government, Public and Private Sector Organizations & Enterprises; Educational and Training Institutions and other Professional Bodies.
The Society is affiliated to the International Federation of Training and Development Organizations (IFTDO), Geneva and Asian Regional Training and Development Organizations (ARTDO), Manila.
ISTD Organizes Training Programs, all over the country both at Chapter and National Levels. The programs cover selected areas of HRD with special emphasis on Training of Trainers, Training Goals & Objectives and Training tools & Technologies. A very large number of Public & Private Sector Organizations, Training Institutions Central and State Government Participate in these programs, some of which have been held in collaboration with Planning Commission, Bureau of Public Enterprises and the Training Division of Department of Personnel, Government Of India.
Odser Charitable Trust, a non-profit organisation. It is approved by the Ministry of WCD, Delhi for POSH, Training and Workshops. The vision of the trust is to one day equip all students/all age people of any religion, community, cast, gender of all age with the education, skills and character they need to lead empowered lives. Odser Charitable Trust has been working through its need-based programs focused on access to education, modular employable skill, industry institute interaction, food, livelihood training and healthcare. ODSER has Chapters over India/international. It has its affiliation with the Open International University since 1962. It has an International Accreditation status and approved by U.N.O. presence in 8 countries.