About Conference

India's economic slowdown is the result of 'profound fear and distrust' among people who act as agents of economic growth. The tearing of our social fabric of trust is the fountainhead of our current economic malaise. Here, it is somewhat pointless to try and fit an economic slowdown into neat boxes labelled ‘cyclical’ or ‘structural’. Both are likely to coexist at any point in time.

Thus, any verdict on a slowdown (or recovery) has to decide on whether it is predominantly structural (PS) or predominantly cyclical (PC). India has had a myriad of structural impediments over decades: poor infrastructure, distortions in the markets for land and labour, an inadequately skilled workforce, non-transparent governance etc. While thriving markets are critical for growth and prosperity, recent events demonstrate the importance of a strong and effective regulatory framework and proper supervision. Indeed, the crisis is the result of both market failures and policy failures. Companies have demonstrated a wide variety of experiences in regard to the financial crisis and its effects on corporate sustainability. While some firms experienced serious setbacks in achieving environmental and social goals which others firms claimed to have been ramping up sustainability efforts during the recession. However, most firms report that their corporate sustainability strategies have not been significantly affected by the recession. Instead these firms have maintained sustainability as an important part of company culture and values despite the financial crisis. Sustainable Management Practices involve the balanced use of resources in the production of goods and services but there exists a three-fold paradox between

Objectives

Role of Sustainability Management Practices(SMP) in achieving high economic growth

  • To understand the reasons behind the Economic Slowdown in India
  • The role of Government Agencies in implementing SMP
  • To understand the role of MSMEs in the Economic Growth
  • To create awareness among general public to develop their understanding and responses to Sustainability

Conference Tracks/Themes

Challenges and Issues of economic slow down

  • Gender and Regional Disparities in Growth
  • Price Instabilities & Economic Volatilities- Inflation & Recession
  • Shadow Economy
  • Rising NPAs, Banking Crisis and Growth Impact
  • Climate Change & impact on Agriculture Sector
  • Fiscal Policy for Growth Stabilization

Challenges and Issues of economic slow down

  • Tax reforms and ease of doing business
  • Growth Implication of Goods & Services Tax
  • Make in India, Skill India, Digital India, Smart Cities Initiatives
  • Monetary Policy & Economic Stability
  • Poverty, Inequality & Unemployment
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Its impact on the social landscape
  • Rural Credit, Rural Entrepreneurship and Inclusive Growth
  • Infrastructure and Creation of New Opportunities
  • Niti Aayog and its role in current economic scenario

Sustainable management practices in Marketing and SCM

  • Green marketing
  • Sustainable consumption practices
  • Sustainable Supply Chain management & Reverse Logistics
  • Sustainable SCM solutions in Retail Industry
  • Sustainable Supply Chain management & Reverse Logistics

Sustainable management practices in Finance & Accounting

  • Sustainable Micro –Finance & Rural Development
  • Sustainable/Green Investing
  • Sustainable Financial Performance & Accounting Practices
  • Crypto Currency & Block Chain
  • Digital Banking Practices, Paytm & E-wallet

Sustainable management practices in HR

  • Green HRM practices
  • Sustainable Talent management and acquisition
  • HR-Analytics for Sustainable Business
  • Spirituality and Religious practices in sustainable work culture
  • Artificial Intelligence in HR

Sustainable management practices in in Business Ethos, Corporate Governance & CSR.

  • Human values in current scenario
  • Responsible Business Practices in Dynamic Scenario
  • Management ethos in 2021
  • Social responsibility in International Business
  • Sustainability practices in today’s environment

Registration Fee

Early Registration (Before April 01, 2020) Registration (Till April 10, 2020) Late Registration (After April 10, 2020)
Students INR 1200 INR 1500 INR 2000
Research Scholars/ Academic participants INR 2000 INR 2500 INR 3000
Corporate participants INR 3000 INR 4000 INR 4500
International participant USD 70 USD 100 USD 120

*If the paper gets accepted for publication in UGC CARE listed journal, an additional amount of Rs. 2000 will be charged from author.

Registration Fee Includes
  • Access to all sessions
  • Edited Volume of Conference proceedings
  • Conference kit and certificate
  • Refreshments and Lunch

Payment Mode

Please note the following bank details for payment. Payments can be made through RTGS/NEFT transfers.

Bank Name: Branch Name: Account Name: Account No.: Account Type: IFS Code:
HDFC Bank Ltd. New Delhi, Vasant Kunj Jagannath International Management School 02731000035293 Savings Account HDFC0000273

(Kindly submit the proof of remittance details for confirmation of registration)

Contact Persons

Dr. Sartaj Kher(09891108075)

Mr. Vipul Singh(09718082331)

Dr. Shruti Bhuttani(09958655648)

Conference Organizing Committee

Patron

Dr. Amit Gupta
Chairman, JIMS

Conference Mentor

Dr. Ravi K. Dhar
Director, JIMS

Conference Chair

Prof(Dr.) Satish Kumar Dogra
Registrar, JIMS Vasant Kunj

Conference Director

Prof(Dr.) Nidhi Gupta
HOD, JIMS Vasant Kunj

Convener

Ms. Anu Bhardwaj
JIMS Vasant Kunj

Co-conveners

Dr. Ashok Sharma
Dr. Sartaj Khera

Organizing Committee Members

Prof. B. Manchanda
Mr. Vipul Singh
Dr. Shruti Bhutani
Mr. Gaurav Bhardwaj
Ms. Anshu punshi

Organizing Committee Members

Ms. Sakshi Chabra
Ms. Swati Mathur
Dr. Himani Gupta
Dr. Manisha Gupta

Organizing Committee Members

Mr. Pramod Kumar Pandey
Ms. Divya Gupta
Ms. Suchitra Srivastava
Ms. Nisha Wadhawan
Ms. Prabhjot Kaur