International Conference at Indian Federation of United Nations Associations

Dear Sir/Madam,


As you are aware that today, we operate in a tough business environment. And it will not get easier, considering the rapid changes, the technology and information invasion and the increasing competition. Companies can break under the stress of competition and bad economic conditions. Or they can remain stable and viable even in the stormiest weather. The difference lies in the quality of their management. A company’s success or failure depends on its mangers’ ability to best use its human resources, infrastructure, technology and information, and to respond, adapt and innovate to stay ahead of change. It is therefore necessary to continuously upgrade the students –Budding Manager from time to time to take on competition and also take strategic decisions through teamwork.

As AIMA is a national apex body recognized by Government of India and as leading management organization, helping managers and organizations meet this challenge has been our mission since 1957. Towards this we have been conducting multifaceted activities so as to equip your managers with the knowledge and skills to take advantage in the turbulent times ahead.

One such initiative, AIMA has been able to successfully conduct is computer simulated management games in various organisations and Institutions spread across length and breadth of the country. The response from the B-Schools like yours has been one of appreciation and acclaim. A lot of B-Schools have benefited from our computer simulated business management games.

The game involves participation of  3-4 members in a team with no. of  teams  ranging from 8 to 10. Each team is presented with a scenario of a running company with its financial reports and they have to maximize a particular winning criterion by taking suitable decisions every quarter for five successive quarters. This is a very innovative way, of learning nuances of business management and understanding cross functional relationship among the various areas such as Marketing, Finance, Operations, R&D, HR

We are sure your Institution would like to have these games conducted In-house for the benefit of the Budding Managers so that they too can benefit immensely in areas of strategic decision making and in developing wider perspective of running a company in competitive environment.. Thinking on wider perspective you may even like to consider this game as part of your management development program calendar.

I do look forward to hear from you. Should you need any clarifications, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Thanking you

Yours Sincerely

S C Tyagi
Deputy Director
Centre for Management Development
All India Managment Association
14 Institutional Area, Lodi Road
New Delhi - 110 003.
Tel: 011-24608513(D) Fax: 011-24626689

Dear Friends,
  Greetings from Dialogue India

              Consistently Dialogue India group delicately working on dialogue for alternative policies with national - centric approach. In continuation of this we work on the status of the private higher education institution in India. We have publish this analysis in the form of survey. Link of the survey is given below. If you like it please forward to your friend, relatives and well wishers. Your views, ideas, criticism and reaction are invited. Besides two monthly magazine, one in Hindi (political) and another in  English (career) , we also have two portal. Onewww.dialogueindia.in in both Hindi & English ( For current news and analysis - updated daily) and second onewww.dialogueindiaacademia.com  (single point solution of your all career related problems). Your views , suggestion and articles also invited for same also.

Link of Dialogue India National Ranking issue - (First comprehensive and authentic survey in India for complete private higher education i.e. -Private/Deemed Universities, Medical & Dental Colleges, Engineering & Management colleges) -

Link of Dialogue India June issue ( Hindi political  magazine) -

Album of 2nd Dialogue India Academia Conclave & 4th Dialogue India Academia Award function - 2016

For New and Big Role

Posted On 30 May 2016, By Anuj Agrawal, Editor, Dialogue India
In the last three years, I have personally visited about 2000 private higher education institutions of the country. During those visits, I saw their campuses, hostels, labs, libraries, auditoriums, innovative steps taken by them, energetic students studying there, talented faculty members and always-active management. In fact, to look active is their compulsion. They have specialised in displaying minor things into bigger one with impressive packaging. But the prime question is whether the product that we get from them is really what we expect from them to produce? 
When I pass through any national or state highway, flyover or the developing townships, I visualise the progress that the country is witnessing. But when I try to see the machines, tools or methods being used there, indigenous machines, products or methods are found missing. I also see various industries as well as their products, but there too I find mostly the foreign made tools, goods, methods or the work being done according to the foreign needs. 
During my visits or surveys, I also have seen dozens of standard institutions which have maintained quality. Their labs, research work and also the libraries were really world class. But, those institutions too lacked the element of Indianness. Some institutions were prototype of Germany, while some copied Japan, France, China, the US, England, or any other country. Their libraries are full of the books mostly authored by foreign writers and the research is mostly the review work of the foreign research scholars. Every institution was seen lacking the element of Indianness in their style of working, thinking and action with no enthusiasm for maintaining balance with the Indian needs, achieving something exclusive, original and innovative. 
Amidst this scenario, when I read some reports published in a section of media that 93 per cent managers, 80 per cent engineering students and 65 per cent medical students are not up to the mark, I am shocked at looking the cheating being done with the young generation and their parents. The avalanche of privatisation that began after new economic policy of 1991 was put to rest with the slowdown as well as the recession of 2008 extremely shaking the private higher institutions in India. An ordinary medical or dental college normally grants admissions to 100 students, management institute from 200 to 300, engineering institute from 500 to 1000 and a university from 1500 to 2000 students—provided they get this number of students. They have to burn midnight oil for six months to secure maximum admissions. A fake picture of huge employment opportunities is also created. Some 10 to 15 per cent institutions are seen trapping most of the students by showing unrealistic dreams. This is totally wrong. The present education sector can genuinely be strengthened and expanded many fold if every institution imparts quality education, produce good professionals and give new dimension and expansion to the industry. Every student has any of the talent or original idea. The institutes having limited resources can also show good results. 
The country needs medium, big or foreign institutions. In this situation, the game to swallow small fish by big fish cannot be justified. We need the policies, which ensure proper utilisation of infrastructure and human resources available in abundance in small institutions, which are, unfortunately, at the verge of shut down. The investment of our resources should not go waste. And at the same time education sector should not be over-commercialised. The country dreams of fast and holistic development with the formulation of the new education policy. The Prime Minister himself wants that educational institutions should expand but without compromising quality of the education. 
It is good that the government seems to be focusing on Indianisation of institutions, educational autonomy, innovation, patent, research and entrepreneurship. At the same time there is an important aspect whether the students, teachers, managers of the institutions find themselves comfortable in their new role. Till now, the education in private sector has been an instrument of making “easy money”. That is why there is restlessness among these institutions when there are talks of changes, accountability, transparency in admission process, monitoring and digitalisation. Some are trying to mould them according to the new set up, while some are passing through a transition phase. There is also a section, which is on the move to run away. Proper dialogue, coordination and understanding need to be maintained between the policymakers and the institutions, which have to materialise the renewed vision so that new infrastructure required for future needs of the education can be created without any major loss. The annual survey by ‘Dialogue India’, Academia Conclave and also the Award Function are the steps in the same direction.

अब आगे की बातें

Posted On 30 May 2016, By Anuj Agrawal, Editor, Dialogue India
मोदी सरकार के दो वर्ष पूरे होते होते कांग्रेस पार्टी अपने पतन की एक और निचली सीमा को लांघती दिख रही हैयह सीमा पार करने के बाद अब कांग्रेस एक क्षेत्रीय दल बन चुकी है और हाल ही में हुए पांच राज्यों के विधानसभा चुनावों में भाजपा और अन्य क्षेत्रीय दलों को मिलती सफलता ने देश की राजनीति को बड़े और नए बदलाव की ओर धकेल दिया है। कई मामलों में ये बदलाव सकारात्मक है तो कई मामलों में चिंताजनक भी। कांग्रेस पार्टी का मौजूदा नेतृत्व अपने फीके पड़ चुके चाल,चरित्रचेहरेनीतियोंकार्यक्रमों और शैली में किसी भी प्रकार का बदलाव लाने को तैयार नहीं है और इसी कारण जनता उसे नकारती जा रही है और भाजपा व अन्य क्षेत्रीय दल इस उभरते शून्य को भरते जा रहे हैं। जमीनी कांग्रेसी नेता धीरे धीरे खिसककर अन्य दलों में शामिल होते जा रहे हैं और कांग्रेस पार्टी आधारहीन,दिशाहीन व गांधी परिवार के पालतू लोगों का क्लब बन गयी है। धीमे धीमे इस दल का अंत तय है। देश की जनता ने कांग्रेस को विभाजनझूठलूट और भ्रष्टाचार की राजनीति का पर्याय मानकर हाशिये पर तो ला दिया मगर भाजपा का विकल्प के रूप में विस्तार जिस तेजी से होना चाहिए था ,वह कहीं न कहीं धीमा जरूर पड़ा है और जो क्षेत्रीय दल उभर कर सामने आ रहे हैंप्रकारांतर कांग्रेस की 'बांटो और राज करो’ की नीति पर ही चलने वाले हैंइन दलों की विभाजन की राजनीति के बीच देश का समग्र विकास कैसे होगा यह चिंताजनक बात है। ये क्षेत्रीय दल व्यक्तित्व के करिश्मे से चलने वाले और भ्रष्ट तरीको को संरक्षण देने वाले अधिक हैं। इन दलों में आंतरिक लोकतन्त्र का अभाव हैएक परिवार द्वारा संचालित होते हैं और धर्मभाषाक्षेत्रजाति की राजनीति कर देश की मूल समस्याओं से जनता का ध्यान बांटे रखना इनकी कार्यशैली का हिस्सा है। कल्याणकारी योजनाओं के नाम पर जनता को मुफ़्त सुविधाएं बांटना और वोट बटोरना इनकी प्रिय कार्यशैली है। सत्ता पाना और उस पर कब्ज़ा बनाये रखना इनका अकेला उद्देश्य है।
भाजपा का उभार जो पिछले तीन चार वर्षों में हुआ है वह निश्चित रूप से विस्मयकारी है। नरेंद्र मोदी की छाया में पार्टी ने कश्मीर और असम तक में सरकार बना ली जो इससे पूर्व अकल्पनीय था। राष्ट्रवाद और हिंदुत्व के एजेंडे को इस पार्टी ने संघ परिवार के साथ मिलकर राष्ट्रीय स्तर पर स्वीकार्य बना लिया यह अपने आप में क्रान्तिकारी है। यह मात्र विश्व स्तर पर चल रही राष्ट्रवादी लहर का हिस्सा नहीं है वरन पहचान के संकट से गुजर रहे आम भारतीय की कुंठा और आक्रोश की सामूहिक अभिव्यक्ति भी है और अब देश की राजनीति का स्थायी तत्व भी। यह हमारे संविधान के मूल भाव की बड़ी जीत है। मगर इस भाव को बनाये रखने के लिए भाजपा को अथक प्रयास करने होंगे। मोदी के आकर्षण और करिश्माई नेतृत्व के बीच पार्टी में आंतरिक लोकतंत्र बचाये रखना बड़ी चुनौती है वहीं विभाजन और रेबड़ी बांटने की अन्य दलों की राजनीति के बीच भाजपा शासित राज्यों की सरकारों में फैले भ्रष्टाचार को नियंत्रण में रखना और अपने आदर्शों व सिद्धान्तों से न भटकना एक बड़ी चुनौती है। अन्य दलों की तरह भाजपा में लोकप्रिय नेतृत्वमुखर व जमीनी कार्यकर्ताओं को महत्व मिलना कम हो गया है तथा पूंजीवादी लोग एवं कारपोरेटवाद हावी हो चुका है और कांग्रेस के पतन होते रहने से सत्ता में लंबे समय तक बने रहने का गुबार भीयह सब खतरनाक है। चूंकि भाजपा अब देश की एकमात्र राष्ट्रीय पार्टी हैऐसे में उसकी जिम्मेदारी और जवाबदेही दोनों बढ़ जाती हैं। पार्टी को आत्म अनुशासित होने के साथ ही आन्तरिक लोकतन्त्र बनाये रखने में और स्थानीय व क्षेत्रीय जमीन से जुड़े नेतृत्व को आगे बढ़ाने की दिशा में भी काम करना होगा ताकि अन्य दलों को भी प्रेरणा मिल सके। अगर मोदी सरकार को देश और सरकार पर अपनी पकड़ मजबूत बनाये रखनी है तो यही एकमात्र उपाय उनके पास है।
With Regard -
Anuj Agrawal, Editor 
Dialogue India ( Career Magazine)
डायलॉग इंडिया राजनीतिक पत्रिका )
www.dialogueindia.in ( current news and analysis Portal)
Mob. 09811424443,08860787583
 'परिवर्तन की चाह - संवाद की राह'

"International Conference on Recent Innovations in Science, technology, Management and Environment "
Venue: (IFUNA)Indian Federation of United Nations Associations ,Delhi, India
Date: 19th June 2016

E-mail :

For More Details , Logon to:  www.delhiconference.com

Key Dates:
Dead line for Submission of Full Paper: 10 June 2016
Communication of Paper Acceptance: 13 June 2016
Registration fee to be paid before :17 June 2016
Conference Highlight :
1. All the accepted and presented/Non Presented papers of the duly registered authors will be published in the special conference issues of the international journals having ISSN & Impact factor.
2. Every author will get two certificates, one for paper publication in Journal other for paper presentation in conference.
3. Registration kit for each papers those will attend the conference at venue.
4. All the papers of the conference will be published in the conference proceeding with ISBN.
5. All the accepted and presented/Non Presented papers will be indexed in Google scholar & IDIIF.
6. Author will get DOI for each paper.

Organize By: IRD & International Research Publication
Sponsor By: IJEEE, IDIIF

For More Details , Logon to:  www.delhiconference.com


IRD & International Research Publication

Mob: (+91) 9759005373, What’sapp: 07830301515

Dear Sir/Madam,

We are happy to inform you that Nehru Institute of Technology is organizing two days "Financial Conclave" on June 25th and 26th, 2016. This will be very useful to researchers, entrepreneurs, corporate employees, social workers, corporate delegates, management teachers, trainers of management schools and professionals by providing the experts from different areas of finance and discusses finance related developments in the present scenario.
Kindly find the enclosed E-INVITATION and Registration Form for the same. Request to circulate the same to your colleagues and friends.  

Expecting your valuable cooperation forever.
With regards,S.R.SathyanarayananAssistant Professor Nehru Institute of Technology.
Mob : 98436 23067

Dear Sir/Madam,

Greetings from Dr. Vijesh Jain, I.T.S – The Education Group !

As you may be aware that ITS, Ghaziabad which is part of ITS – The Education Group having 8 higher education institutes in the areas of Management, IT, Engineering, Dental and other important educational areas, is a 20 years old B-School running its 19th batch of PGDM program. It was established in 1995 by Durga Charitable Trust with the objective of imparting Management Education in different spheres of Business, Research on issues related to global economic environment and trade policies. In the recent past, ITS, Ghaziabad has been consistently ranked among top 50 B-schools of the country. Under the aegis of its full fledged MDP Division, the Institute is addressing the global issues in major areas viz. Export Import Procedures and Documentation, International Marketing, International Trade Finance, International Financial Management, International Payment Systems, WTO and Trade Policy, Skill Orientation and IT that are of vital interest to the corporate sector, academicians and researchers

The Institute has now announced
 a 3-days Management Development Program on Export-Import Procedures & Documentation -'Step By Step Approach' scheduled to be held in the Institute's Campus in Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad during June 21st –23rd , 2016 (Tuesday-Thursday) (Timings 10.00 AM to 5.00 PM daily) under the Programme Directorship of the undersigned.

The programme will primarily focus on the topics such as Getting Started in International Trade- Formalities and Procedure; Market & Product Selection globally; Export Promotion Measures and import provisions under new Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20;Understanding Export Import Documents; Managing Pre- Shipment and Post Shipment Finance; Methods of Realizing Export Payments/paying for imports and Ensuring Guaranteed Export proceeds; Credit Risk Management & Role of ECGC;UCP 600 & Letter of Credit; Currency Risk Management in International Trade; International Commercial Practices and INCOTERMS 2010; Central Excise Clearance Formalities for Exports; Customs Regulations and Clearance Formalities for Exports & Imports; Duty Drawback – Claims Methods and Procedure.

I am enclosing herewith detailed information brochure about the above programme along with the registration / nomination form. The programme fee per participant is Rs.10,000/-(non-residential). You may also like to forward this information to other colleagues/friends who may benefit from this opportunity.

I am confident that executives from your organization will find this programme very useful. Please feel free to write to the undersigned (Mobile no 9868400327) or Miss Vandana (Email: vandanagosain@its.edu.in) (Mobile: 9873463444) for any information that you may require.

With warm regards,

Dr. Vijesh Jain
B.E., M.I.B., CGBP (USA)
Professor - Int. Business
Coordinator - Foreign Affairs & IB Club
Institute of Technology and Science
Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad
(NAAC 'A' Grade Institute)
Web Address: www.its.edu.in
(M) 09868400327
Visit my blog here
Checkout my books here
Other Links

"Please consider the environment before printing your emails"
The information transmitted in electronic mail messages sent from the www.its.edu.in domain, or referencing this disclaimer, and any documents attached, is intended only for the person, persons, entity, or entities to which it is addressed. It does not necessarily represent the views of ITS – The Education Group or different institutions under the ITS group and may contain confidential and/or privileged materials. In the case of confidential and/or privileged materials, any review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of or taking of any action in reliance upon these materials, by persons or entities other than the intended recipient may be the subject of legal action.