Conference

Italy Conference

The International Conference on Management & Behavioural Sciences (IC17Italy Conference), was organized at Rome, Italy, 1-3 July 2017 jointly by SDMIMD, Mysore and Global Business Research. The theme of the conference ‘Getting the Right People on the Job’ attracted academic and corporate nominations across the globe. 
 
Dr. Nilanjan Sengupta, SDMIMD, Mysuru, has delivered the special felicitation address on “Choosing the Right People on the Job”. Dr. Mousumi, SDMIMD, Mysuru, was the expert in the Panel discussion on “Innovative Instructional Strategies - Emerging trends!” Both the faculty members also presented a joint paper on “Managing stress at workplace: A study on nurses in private hospitals in Mysore and Bangalore”.

National Conference on Operations Management, Analytics and Statistical Methods

  
SDMIMD had organized a National Conference on Operations Management, Analytics and Statistical Methods on 6th January, 2017 with a theme “Moving Towards Excellence”. 
 
Academicians, research scholars, corporate executives, consultants, and management students from all the three areas had participated and presented papers during the conference. 
 
Mr.R.C.Jagadesh, Director-Global Competence Center-Cement Industry Kluber Lubrication India Private Limited, had delivered the keynote address. Dr. Julian Gaspar, Clinical Professor of Finance & Executive Director Center for International Business Studies, Mays Business School Texas A&M University and Prof.Vasudeva, UGC Emeritus Professor were the distinguished guests for the session.
 
The valedictory function was held in the evening and Mr.Umesh K.Shenoy delivered the valedictory speech. Dr.Srilakshminarayana, Conference chair proposed the vote of thanks. Dr.R.Jagadeesh-Dean Academics, SDMIMD was the distinguished guest for the session. Dr. N. R. Parasuraman, Director – SDMIMD, Dr.H.Gayathri, Deputy Director-SDMIMD, Prof. Rajendra Todalbagi, Conference Co-Chair, and other faculty members of the Institute were present.

5th International HR conference at SDMIMD

SDMIMD had organized the 5th International Conference on “Managing Human Resources at the workplace” on December 9 & 10, 2016. 
 
More than 150 papers were presented on both the days. Eminent speakers were invited for the technical sessions held during the conference. Around 250 academicians, research scholars, corporate executives, consultants, and management students from India and abroad participated in the conference.
 
The valedictory function of the conference was held on December 10, 2016. Mr. C. Mahalingam was the Chief Guest for the valedictory function. He spoke about the business imperatives like globalization, technology, intellectual capital. He addressed the gathering on measuring HR architecture, Human Capital Maturity, Drivers for measurement and emphasized on the fact that HR managers are the future leaders.
 
Dr. H. Gayathri, Deputy Director-SDMIMD, gave the valedictory speech. Dr. Mousumi Sengupta, Conference Chair, proposed the vote of thanks. Dr. N. R. Parasuraman, Director – SDMIMD, Dr. Nilanjan Sengupta, Conference Co-Chair, and other faculty members of the institute were present.

Inauguration of the 5th International HR Conference

SDMIMD has organized the 5th International Conference on “Managing Human Resources at the workplace” on December 9 & 10, 2016. The inauguration ceremony was held today at the institute auditorium. Dr. N. R. Parasuraman, Director, SDMIMD welcomed the participants and guests. He outlined the significance of HRM in developing organizational competitiveness. Dr. Mousumi Sengupta, Conference Chair, spoke about the role of HRM as a strategic business partner in developing and maintaining organizational sustainability. Dr. Ashly Pinnington, Dean-Research from British University in Dubai, delivered the key note address. In his speech, he spoke about the globalization and its effects on the developments in HRM areas and business schools. He compared the state of art business schools 50 years ago and the present scenario in the Business schools. He mentioned the contribution of these business schools to our future and predicted that the Business schools will become networked, stratified and segmented. He also spoke about work-life balance, HRIS, Big Data Analytics, Industrial relations, Talent management and Ethical HRM. His speech included views on employer branding, change management, corporate social responsibility & HRM. Dr. Nilanjan Sengupta, Conference Co-chair, proposed the vote of thanks.  More than 250 participants from India, and countries, such as, Bangladesh, Nigeria, and UAE, are participating in the conference. 

International Economics Conference (IEC) 2016

 
The 2nd International Economics Conference was held on November 18 &19, 2016 on the overreaching theme of “Inclusive Economic Growth and Sustainable Development”. The Conference was inaugurated by Dr Kaliappa Kalirajan, Professor of Economics at Australian National University, Canberra. After formally inaugurating the conference, Prof. Kalirajan delivered the keynote address. His talk centred around Asia emerging as an economic power of the 21st century. Emphasising on the need for regional co-operation among the Asian countries, Dr.Kaliragan advocated that such co-operation would facilitate better trade relations, sharing of technological resources which in turn could help each other in becoming the economic powers of tomorrow. Read More>

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International Economics Conference (IEC) 2016

  
The 2nd International Economics Conference was held on November 18 &19, 2016 on the overreaching theme of “Inclusive Economic Growth and Sustainable Development”. The Conference was inaugurated by Dr Kaliappa Kalirajan, Professor of Economics at Australian National University, Canberra. After formally inaugurating the conference, Prof. Kalirajan delivered the keynote address. His talk centred around Asia emerging as an economic power of the 21st century. Emphasising on the need for regional co-operation among the Asian countries, Dr.Kaliragan advocated that such co-operation would facilitate better trade relations, sharing of technological resources which in turn could help each other in becoming the economic powers of tomorrow. 
 
Shri. Ashok Balaram, Senior Vice President, SysInformation while delivering his invited lecture, provided valuable insights on the role of health sector in the inclusive growth and sustainable development. Shri. Abhishek Ranjan, Global Head-CSR and Sustainability of Brillio Technology stressed that CSR is the mechanism towards sustainability and such practices should be implemented in all business processes which would help enhance operational efficiency, labour satisfaction, create a brand value and recognition and create a greener supply chain.
 
In his technical session, Dr Stephen Aro-Gordon, Professor of Finance, Baze University, Nigeria spoke on “Green Banking in Nigeria: The first steps”.He also provided insight on ramifications of green banking, green patterns and the need for green banking in agriculture in Nigeria. 
 
Shri. K.N Janardhana, National Director, RSETIs, spoke on the role of rural self-employment institutes in inclusive economic growth and sustainable development. He narrated the success story of RSETIs in meeting the objectives of inclusive growth. Dr.Stuart Locke, Professor of Finance, Waikato University, New Zealand delivered the valedictory address. He analysed the empirical results reflecting how environmental factors, social factors and corporate governance would impact financial performance of the corporate organisations
 
The conference was attended by more than 250 delegates from several countries including Australia, New Zealand, Nepal, Bangladesh, Nigeria, Fiji, Iran and other Middle East countries. More than 180 research papers and case studies were presented, discussed and deliberated across the two days. Various issues pertaining to the conference theme were debated in parallel track sessions. green energy, FDI, green practices, micro-finance, third sector initiatives for grass root growth were few among major topics discussed which has created foundation for further research. 
 
Dr. B. Venkatraja, Assistant Professor of Economics, Conference Chair, coordinated the proceedings.
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