INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INDIA @ 2024 : INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INDIA @2030 THIRD LARGEST ECONOMY IN THE WORLD on January 18-19, 2024
Call For Papers
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, JESUS AND MARY COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE on INDIA @2030 THIRD LARGEST ECONOMY IN THE WORLD
on January 18-19, 2024
CALL FOR PAPERS: deadline September 30, 2024
Business Policy and Strategic Management for India @2030
Business Ethics and Sustainability for Global Leadership
Digitalisation and Technological Innovation Social and Political Challenges for India @2030
Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for fast economic growth
Role of Financial Inclusion and Innovation
Challenges of Marketing in the Digital Era
Transforming Supply Chains and Logistics
Reimagining HR in a Changing World
Women in Leadership roles in the New India
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security
Contributions of National Education Policy
About International Conference
India's remarkable progress in the past decade has seen its economy rise from the tenth to the fifth largest globally. It's been the fastest-growing major economy, shining brightly amidst global economic challenges. Expected to surpass Germany and Japan, India aims to become the third-largest economy by 2030.
To reach its ambitious $10 trillion economy goal, India must focus on resilient infrastructure, inclusive sustainable industrialization, and fostering innovation. This pivotal decade will shape India's future and set an example for other developing nations in a post-pandemic, climate-challenged world.
The Aatma Nirbhar Bharat Abhiyaan (Self-Reliant India) campaign, launched in 2020, aims to build a stronger economy that can compete globally with five pillars: Economy, Infrastructure, System, Vibrant Demography, and Demand.
India celebrated its 75th Independence Anniversary in 2022, ushering in the 'Amrit Kaal,' a uniquely auspicious period according to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with the goal of becoming a "developed" economy by 2047.
India's leadership role is evident as it hosts the G-20 Leaders’ Summit in 2023, with the theme "Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam" (One Earth, One Family, One Future) emphasizing international cooperation, inclusive growth, digital transformation, and climate action.
Key strengths, including high-value service exports, a growing digital ecosystem, a large workforce, renewable energy capacity, and a thriving entrepreneurship ecosystem, will be pivotal in India's transformation into a strong, secure, and prosperous nation, providing equal opportunities for all.
• Abstract / Research Paper to be submitted online via email.
Email ID: email@example.com
The abstract should be of 300-400 words followed by a list of 5-6 keywords.
The research paper should be of 5000-6000 words, excluding tables, graphs and charts.
The paper must include the following headings - Introduction, Literature Review, Data & Methodology, Findings, Conclusion and Policy Implications, and References.
A separate title page should include an informative title, name, affiliation, address of Institute/Organization, corresponding address, email id, and contact no. of all authors.
Manuscript Format: Word File, Font Style - Times New Roman, Font size - 12, Line Spacing - 1.5, Margin - 1 inch (2.54 cm), Text Alignment - Justified.
References should be arranged in alphabetical order and as per the APA (American Psychological Association) Guidelines.
All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.
All manuscripts would be checked for plagiarism.
Registration Link: https://forms.gle/Rd1FDCP6XQ6m3mDS9
Industry Professionals / Faculty Research Scholars INR INR 1500/-
Research Scholars 1000/- Students (UG/PG) INR 500/-
Participants are required to pay registration fee (as applicable) via NEFT/IMPS to the following account:
Account Name: Student Society A/c - Jesus & Mary College Account Number: 607210110000002 IFSC Code: BKID0006072 Bank and Branch: Bank of India, Jesus and Mary College
Please write "IC Commerce" in the payment remarks when making online payment.
Outcomes of the Conference
The conference will create a self-sustaining platform to build research acumen and competencies amongst researchers, academicians, industry professionals and others.
The conference is expected to generate ideas that will form the basis of future sustainable growth and development.
The best paper of each thematic session would be awarded.
All paper presenters would receive a certificate of participation.
Selected papers would be published in the form of a volume through an international publisher or a publisher of repute.