Make In India - mp higher education



Make In India - mp higher education
Dr. Ashu Jain
Chief Organizing Secretaries
Dr. Sanjay Rajak
Dr. Preeti Jain
Dr. Hephzibah B. John
Organizing Secretaries
Mr. Dilip Koshta (9827229131)
Mr. Sunil Kumar T iwari (9893351018)
Mrs. Pooja Sethi (9826151357)
Circular Publication & Correspondence
Mr. Yogesh Ashar
Ms. Kudshiya Raza
Dr. Jagannath Rajak
Mr. Harbaksh Moolchandani
Mrs. Nidhi Khurana
Ms. Rajnil Sharma
Mrs. Meenakshi Swamy
Mrs. Komal Rawat
Ms. Nikita Shukla
Chief Patron
Prof. Kapil Deo Mishra
Vice Chancellor, R.D.V.V. Jabalpur
Most. Rev. Gerald Almeida
Bishop & Chairman, Governing Body, St. Aloysius’ College, Jabalpur
Conference Chair
Rev. Dr. G. Vazhan Arasu
Principal, St. Aloysius' College (Auto), Jabalpur
Board of Advisors
Dr. S.K. Pahwa
Dean & Chairman, Faculty of Commerce, RDVV, Jabalpur
National Seminar
Make In India : A Key For Economic
Growth In India
Prof. Shailesh Choubey
Prof. & Head, Department of Economics , Director UIM,
RDVV, Jabalpur
Prof. N.G.Pendse
Controller of Examination, RDVV, Jabalpur
Sponsored By
Dr. Narendra Shukla
Dean, Faculty of Management, RDVV, Jabalpur
Dr. R.K. Acharya
Chairman, B.O.S., Applied Economics & Business Administration, RDVV, Jabalpur
Dr. Atul Dubey
Chairman B.O.S., Management RDVV, Jabalpur
Dr. Shyam Mohan Dwivedi
Friday, 18th March, 2016, 9:00 am
Principal, D.N. Jain College, Jabalpur
Dr. R.S. Sohane
Principal, G.S. College, Jabalpur
Dr. Vinod Mishra
Professor, Dept. of Commerce, G.S. College, Jabalpur
Saturday , 19th March, 2016, 3:30 pm
Fr. J. Ben Anton
Vice Principal, St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur
Dr. Elena Philip
Head, Department of Economics , St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur
Mode of Online payment of Registration Fee
Bank Details for NEFT/ Online Transfer :
Beneficiary Name : The Principal, St. Aloysius’
College, Jabalpur
Bank Name
: Syndicate Bank, Jabalpur
Bank Address
: Sadar, Cantt. Jabalpur - 482001
Account No.
: 78112200000022
Account Type
: Saving Account
: SYNB0007811
Delegates are requested to send the copy of the
transfer/payment through mail.
Dr. Sonal Rai
Head , Faculty of Commerce, St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur
Dr. Rupali Ahluwalia
Head , Department of Applied Economics & Business Administration , St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur
Dr. Tarvinder Kaur Ghai
Head , Department of Commerce (Honors), St. Aloysius College, Jabalpur
Dr. Ashu Jain
Department of Commerce
St. Aloysius College (Autonomous) Jabalpur
Contact No. 09479641344, 7566374472
Reaccredited 'A' Grade by NAAC (CGPA:3.50/4.00)
College with Potential for Excellence by UGC
DST-FIST Supported
Email :- [email protected],
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Website :
Email :- [email protected],
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We the Aloysian Fraternity cordially invite and
welcome you to the National Seminar on “MAKE IN
INDIA”(Sponsored by ICSSR New Delhi) to be held on
26th and 27th February 2016, by the Department of
Commerce .
Icollege which
St. Aloysius College is a post graduate autonomous
was founded in 1951 and is affiliated to Rani
is one of the prominent cities of Madhya
State in Central India. It lies in Mahakoshal region
Iin India policy.
The key theme of the seminar highlights the Make
The major objectives of the scheme revolve
Objectives of the seminar
About Jabalpur
Durgavati Vishwavidyalaya. It is a Christian college owned
and established by the Catholic Diocese of Jabalpur. It
belongs to the Minority Community of the Catholics and is
administered by the said diocese through St. Aloysius'
College Society. The college has been Reaccredited for a
period of five years with 'A' grade by NAAC, Bangalore
(CGPA-3.50/4.00). It has also been awarded the status of
College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) by UGC and
Supported by DST FIST.
About the Seminar
About the College
of Madhya Pradesh. It is on the bank of the Holy River
Narmada. Jabalpur is also famous for National Parks (Tiger
reserves) around it and marble rocks on the River
Narmada. From Wildlife Tourism point of view also
Jabalpur has its unique presence in the Tourist Map of
Madhya Pradesh.
around skill enhancement, job creation and self-reliance
under 25 sectors of the Indian Economy. The economy
hopes to increase GDP growth and Tax revenue by
attracting capital and technological investment in India.
To provide a platform to present and deliberate
research based knowledge among academicians,
industrialists, practitioners and researchers on different
issues related to the various fields of Make in India.
' To understand the ground realities of the Make in India
programme, evaluate the rising limitation, problems and
opportunities of Make in India.
' To explore the layout for future discussion in the
promising fields of Make in India.
' To bring out points of practical relevance for efficient
implementation of the Make in India Scheme.
Make In India : A Key For Economic
Growth In India
Sub Themes
Technical Session I:
Make in India - Dawn of a new growth Era.
– Overview of the scheme
– A Tool for Economic Growth.
– Make in India Strategies and Sustainable Growth.
– Social and Cultural Norms for Industries.
Technical Session II:
Make in India: Policy initiatives and new regulation.
– Initiatives in Biotechnology
– Foreign Direct Investment
– Digitalization and Intellectual Property Rights
– Facilities for Young/Women Entrepreneurs
– Banking Sectors and its Credit Policies
– Industrial Policies: Import and Export
Technical Session III:
Make in India and Various Sectors
– Information Technology
– Travel Tourism and Hospitality
– Infrastructural Development
– Manufacturing Hub for Make in India
– Investment in Health sector
Technical Session IV
SWOT of Make in India and Suggestions
– Skill Enhancement and Employability
– Suggestions to Enhance the Efficacy of Make in India Policy
– Employment Opportunities
– Challenges and Opportunities for Make in India
Conceptual and Empirical Papers are invited in English &
Hindi on any of the sub themes mentioned above.
2. The abstract and the full length paper should include the
title, author'(s) name, affiliation, email, telephone/fax
3. Accepted paper will be printed directly from the author(s)
manuscript (MS WORD, Times New Roman, font size 12,
spacing 1.5) & for Hindi Kruti Dev 010.
4. Abstract must include key words.
5. Acceptance of papers will be intimated to the authors
through email only.
6. Authors whose papers are accepted are required to
pesent the highlights of their paper during the two-day
7. Presentation Via Skype should be informed by 20th Feb
8. The selected papers will be published in the special issue
of ISSN numbered journal and ISBN numbered book.