About the Conference

The economic ecosystem of India is undergoing extreme overhaul at all the levels in last few years. Be it implementation of GST, Demonetization, Allowance of FDI in several sectors, or Passing of Black Money Bill, Benami Transaction Bill, Real Estate Regulation Bill, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Code or Trade Reforms. All these actions have improved the economic fundamentals of the country and Indian economy is now perceived very positively by other nations. It has emerged as the fastest growing major economy in the world as per the latest report (2016-17) of Central Statistics Organization (CSO) and International Monetary Fund (IMF). There is a significant increase in the international mobility of people, capital, knowledge, technology and materials due to these structural reforms. Rating agencies have also affirmed a very positive outlook.

However, it doesn’t mean that there are no downside risks going forward. Despite a series of measures to deal with bad loans by the government and the RBI, the non-performing assets of state owned banks increased to INR 63.03 trillion ($930 billion). Rising un-employability of population, demand slowdown and not much improvement on ease of doing business front is also the other side of coin to be taken care of. Addressing these challenges is important especially in given volatile global economic environment. Failure to do so may prevent the economy from realizing its growth potential and to sustain the present growth.

Despite these challenges, India is expected to be among the fastest-growing large economies in the world in the years to come. Addressing these challenges is important especially in given volatile global economic environment. Failure to do so may prevent the economy from realizing its growth potential and to sustain the present growth. This two days conference will provide a forum to various participants from academia, industry, government agencies and non-government organizations, to discuss and dialogue on the various prospects and challenges of the changing economic and business environment in India.

Objectives

This two days conference will provide a forum to various participants from academia, industry, government agencies and non-government organizations, to discuss and dialogue on the various prospects and challenges of the changing economic and business environment in India.

  • Critically evaluate of present initiatives taken by government towards achieving the targeted growth
  • Discuss the prospects and challenges of economic and business reforms initiatives
  • Assess and ascertain India's sustainable economic progression
  • Explore the new models and techniques for shared growth for all the sections of the society
  • Dialog on management of socio economic challenges prevailing in transitional society

2018
February 09-10

CIM
Delhi NCR

150
Tickets

12
Speakers

Important Details

Sub Themes: Not limited to…


Financial Reforms and Sustainable Growth

  1. Goods and Services Taxes
  2. Direct Tax Code
  3. Insolvency and bankruptcy code
  4. Real Estate Regulation Act
  5. Mergers and Acquisitions
  6. Micro Financing and Insurance
  7. Islamic Banking
  8. Venture Capital and Private Equity Funding
  9. Green Accounting
  10. Restructuring the Financial System
  11. Strengthening Indian Capital Market
  12. Any Other Relevant Issue

International Relations and Economic Development

  1. International Socio-Economic Cooperation
  2. Economic Cooperation & BRICS Reserve Fund
  3. Relevance of Groups like BRICS, G-8, G-20 etc.
  4. International Defense Cooperation for National & International Security
  5. Improving relations with ASEAN for Economic Cooperation
  6. Relations with Neighboring Nations
  7. International Monetary Cooperation
  8. Bilateral & Multilateral Trade Relations
  9. Political Leadership
  10. Improving relations with ASEAN for Economic Cooperation
  11. International Mobility of People, Capital, Knowledge and Technology
  12. Local-Global (LG) interaction matrix
  13. Any Other Relevant Issue

Social Infrastructure Management

  1. Universal Basic Income
  2. Skill Development and Employability
  3. New Challenges and New Frontiers in Education
  4. Health and Sanitation
  5. Employment and Food security
  6. Women Security and Empowerment
  7. Management of Cultural Heritage
  8. Inclusive Growth through 3 Es (Entrepreneurship, Education, Empowerment)
  9. Management of Religious and Social Violence
  10. Terrorism and Naxalism
  11. Any Other Relevant Issue

Public Policy Reforms and Economic Development

  1. Demonetization
  2. The terror of Black Money
  3. Direct Benefit Transfer
  4. Make in India
  5. Financial Inclusion through Jan DhanYojana
  6. Management of FDI and FIIs Flow
  7. Management of Current Account Deficit and Fiscal Deficit
  8. Inflation and GDP Growth
  9. Economics of Subsidized Economy
  10. Monetary Policy and Fiscal Policy
  11. Non-Performing Assets (NPA) in banks
  12. Any Other Relevant Issue

Emerging Business & Marketing Practices and New Economic Order

  1. Innovations in Marketing Practices
  2. Managing Family business
  3. Managing Brand for Sustainability
  4. Practicing Entrepreneurial Marketing Models (EMM)
  5. Go Green Practices in Marketing
  6. New Horizons in Rural Marketing
  7. International Marketing Practices
  8. New Vistas in Advertising
  9. Managing Service Quality
  10. Any Other Relevant Issue

Human Resource Practices and Community Development

  1. Talent Acquisition and Retention
  2. Performance Management
  3. Leadership Development
  4. Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB)
  5. Labour Unions Reforms
  6. Labour Welfare Issues at Workplace
  7. Succession Planning
  8. Balanced Score Card
  9. Artificial Intelligence- A threat to Employment
  10. Any Other Relevant Issue

Business Analytics and Cross Functional Themes

  1. Financial Analytics
  2. MArketing Analytics
  3. Human Resource Analytics
  4. Big Data Analysis
  5. Real Time Data Analysis
  6. Data Visualization Analytics
  7. Descriptive, Presriptive and Predictive Analysis
  8. Reverse Engineering and BPR
  9. Business Ethics and Human Values
  10. Work- Life Balance
  11. Gender Issues
  12. Reverse Innovations
  13. Use of IT in Rural Reconstruction
  14. Social Networking Sites
  15. Branchless Banking
  16. E-Governance
  17. BPOs in Rural India
  18. Any other Relevant Issue

Guidelines


Paper Submission Guidelines

Abstract Submission:
  • Author(s) are requested to send an abstract on the topic, not limited to the theme and sub theme of the conference, on or before 15th October, 2017.
  • The abstract should not be more than 200 words typed in double spaced with margin of one inch (2.5 cm) on all four sides. Font size should be 12 point in Times New Roman.
  • The first page must contain the Title of the Paper with the Names, Affiliation & Correspondence Addresses, E-mail, Phone Numbers and Fax Numbers of the author(s).
  • The soft copy should be mailed to ic2018@cimghaziabad.in.
  • The notification of acceptance of abstract will be sent by 20th October, 2017.
Full Paper Submission:
  • Author(s) are requested to send the full length paper on the topic, after getting notification of abstract acceptance, on or before 10th January, 2018.
  • The full length paper should not be more than 5000 words typed in double spaced with margin of one inch (2.5 cm) on all four sides. Font size should be 12 point in Times New Roman.
  • Endnotes and footnotes should be avoided. Substantive comments should be integrated within the text rather than placed in a note.
  • References should be written in Harvard style of referencing.
  • The soft copy of the full length paper should be mailed to ic2018@cimghaziabad.in
Case Study Submission Format:
  • A case study should be of 3500 to 4500 words including annexure and must accompany the abstract of around 200 words typed in double spaced with margin of one inch (2.5 cm) on all four sides. Font size should be 12 point in Times New Roman.
  • The case study should be unpublished and original. Data and information for the case should be based on field research or collected from authentic secondary sources with proper citations and references.
  • In case, the author(s) use data from primary sources, a formal approval from the concerned authority is to be taken and to be produced at the time of submission of full case.

Publication of Papers

  • Papers accepted and presented at the conference, will be published in Conference Proceeding carrying an ISBN published by renowned publishing house.
  • A Few selected papers will also get a chance to be published in UGC approved ‘International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences’ (ISSN: 2249-7382); Impact Factor: 6.939. (subject to review policy of the journal).
  • A duly signed certificate of originality of paper(s) and author(s) agreement of copyright is to be provided by the author(s) for the publication of paper(s) in Conference Proceedings.

Awards and Certificates

  • The Best Paper Presenter Award will be given in each Technical Session.
  • One special award for Best Student Paper Presentation will also be given.
  • The Best Paper Presenter of each technical session will be awarded with a CASH PRIZE of Rs. 10, 000 and a Trophy.
  • All participants will be awarded a Certificate of Participation/Presentation.

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission 26th October, 2017
  • Abstract Acceptance Notification 31st October, 2017
  • Submission of Full Paper 31st December, 2018
  • Registration Deadline 20th January, 2018
  • Conference Date 09-10 February, 2018

Registration Fee

Corporate:			Rs.2,500
Academician:			Rs.2,000 
Research Scholar:		Rs.1,500 
Student:*			Rs.500	 

  • Delegates who want to attend the conference without paper presentation have to register themselves by paying Rs. 1000 only.
  • The registration fee includes hospitalities, welcome kit and conference proceeding.
  • Registration fee to be sent along with registration form by DD in favor of "Christ Institute of Management” Payable at Ghaziabad.
  • * Fee does not include conference proceeding. Students will be given a CD of conference proceeding.
  • At least one author must register as delegate with full registration fee applicable as above for the purpose of presentation and publication of paper.
  • Each subsequent (co-author) willing to receive certificate of participation/presentation and conference proceedings has to register by paying Rs. 500/-.
  • Author(s) with multiple papers has to register separately for each paper.
  • A Late Fee of Rs. 500/- (for all applicants) will be applicable for Registration after 20th January, 2018.
  • Registration Fee once paid will not be refunded under any circumstances.

Accommodation

Few rooms on Single/twin sharing basis are available at CIM Campus at subsidized rates. It will be offered on first come first serve basis. Participants are requested to kindly contact the conference convener for the same. The participants can also make their own arrangements for stay. The list of accommodations available near to conference venue is as follows:
  • Fourtune Inn, Sanjay Nagar, Ghaziabad, (UP).
  • Hotel Mahagun Sarovar Portico, Vaishali, Ghaziabad, (UP).
  • Clarks Inn, Kaushambi, Ghaziabad, (UP).

Payment Options

i. Fees can be Paid Through RTGS to The South Indian Bank, Kalkagarhi Branch, Ghaziabad - 201001.
Account Name : Christ Institute of Managment ,
Account Number: 0355053000009886 ,
IFSC/NEFT Code SIBL0000355

(ii) Through Demand Draft in Favour of - Christ Institute of Management, Ghaziabad Payable at Ghaziabad.

CONFERENCE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

CHIEF PATRON

Dr. (Fr) Thomas C Mathew

Vice Chancellor
Christ University, Bangalore

PATRON

Dr. (Fr) C C Jose

Chairman
Board of Governors, CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE CHAIR

Fr. Sunny Joseph

Vice Chairman, Board of Governors
CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE CO-CHAIR

Prof (Dr).Saju K James

Director, Secretary
Board of Governors, CIM, Ghaziabad.

CONFERENCE CONVENER

Dr. Sanjay Rastogi

Associate Professor
CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE CONVENER

CA Sarika Jain

Assistant Professor
CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE CO-CONVENER

Dr. Vinod Sharma

Associate Professor
CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE COORDINATOR

Mr. Sanjeeb Bhattaharjee

Assistant Professor
CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE COORDINATOR

Mr. Hadrine Pereira

Assistant Professor
CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE COORDINATOR

Ms. Jeanne Poulose

Assistant Professor
CIM, Ghaziabad

CONFERENCE EXECUTIVE


Mr. Vineet Bernard

CONFERENCE EXECUTIVE


Mr. Ashok Krishna

Registration

Knowledge Partner

Event Location

Christ Institute of Management
Delhi NCR, Mariam Nagar,
Meerut Road
Phone: 120 298 6765
Email: ic2018@cimghaziabad.in

FOR REGISTRATION AND FURTHER DETAILS, PLEASE CONTACT:

Dr. Sanjay Rastogi (+91 9650076202)
C A Sarika Jain (+919873218755)
Dr. Vinod Sharma (+91 8826232769)