Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Nagpur in collaboration with College of Business Administration University of Texas at El-Pasco, USA hosted the 2nd annual management conference and workshop (AMCW) on the theme â€˜Doing Business in Emerging Marketsâ€™ from January 27 to 29, 2020.
The conference aimed at bringing together academicians and practicing managers from multiple disciplines to share their research on contemporary issues across inclusive and sustainable growth development under new age technology and innovation.
The first-day of the colloquium commenced with the lighting of the lamp by A. Naga Raju, Chief General Manager- Projects of Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd., Anshuman Neil Basu, Secretary-General of ASCP India, Dr Subhajit Bhattacharyya, Director of IMT Nagpur, Dr P. Janaki Ramudu, Professor, Dean Academics, IMT Nagpur and Dr Parijat Upadhyay (Associate Professor, Information Management, IMT Nagpur.
Itwas followed by the unveiling of the conference proceedings booklet by the erudite guests. Dr Bhattacharyya delivered the opening speech which was followed by the keynote address by A.Naga Raju who emphasised on the changing scenarios in todayâ€™s market. The day also witnessed edifying and ebullient sessions by Prof. Tomoyoshi Ogawa, Meiji University, Japan, Raghunath Medge, Secretary, Mumbai Dabbawala Association and Anshuman Neil Basu.
The Institute officially formed the Association of Supply Chain Profession (ASCP), IMT Nagpur Student Chapter during the course of the conference. Raghunath Medge of Bombay Dabbawala gave the speech. Day-two of the conclave took shape in the form of paper presentations by the scholarly participants.
The paper presented by the team comprising Mohammed Azhar Khan, Sakshi Chhaparwal and Sourav Sanyal were adjudicated the best. An interactive session with Swami Sarvalokanandaji Maharaj, Secretary, Ramakrishna Mission, Narendrapur on the topic, â€˜Values and Ethics on Managementâ€™ was also organised that gave the congregation new perspectives in the field of management.
The paper development workshop under the guidance of Dr Pawan Budhwar, Editor-In-Chief of British Journal of Management and Professor at Aston Business School set the tone for day two and day three of the colloquium. The valedictory address was given by Dr Budhwar, followed by the distribution of certificates to all the delegates by the esteemed dignitaries