National Conference (VII).Emerging Trends in industry, Education and Modern Society ( ETIEMS- 27th -28th November,2015

In the quest for promoting research and Industry Academia exchanges, yet another milestone was achieved by Aishwarya College of Education Sansthan by organizing Seventh Conference at National Level on a multidisciplinary theme“Emerging Trends in Industry, Education, and Modern Society” during 27th -28th  November 2015 (Friday & Saturday).

The conference was jointly organized by Aishwarya Institute of Management & IT and Aishwarya Teachers Training College.

The objective of the encouraging inter-disciplinary research and dialogue on Emerging Trends in Industry, Education, and Modern Society with a variety of perspectives including strategic, managerial , behavioral and operational issues. The domain includes Management, Commerce, Computer Science & Information Technology, Education, Social Sciences, Humanities and Environment with a wide range of related subthemes.

Besides three tracks of technical paper presentations there was a PowerPoint presentation competition as well as poster presentation competition exclusively designed for students. Top three performances in each category were rewarded.

Selected quality research papers and articles received for the conference were included for publication in Aishwarya Research Communication Journal (ISSN 0975-3613) Vol. 7, Aishwarya Research Review (ISSN 2249-2097) vol. 5 and Journal of Aishwarya Shikshan Sansthan (ISSN 2249-2100) Vol. 5

The conference was enlightened by the presence of 16 luminaries throughout with participation of 120 delegates, from various parts on the nation making it a success through the deliberations on Conference themes and subthemes. The Resource persons were Shri S L Bohra (Retd. IAS), Shri C S Kothari (Mayor, Udaipur) Prof. Dharmendra Mehta (Vikram University, Ujjain), Prof. Anil Kothari (FMS, MLSU), Prof. Hina Khan (IMS, JRNRV) Prof. Manju Mandot (JRNRV), Dr Tarun Shrimali (Director, Sunrise Group of Institutions), Mrs Kushboo Mantri (HOD, CSE, SS college), Prof. Meera Mathur (FMS, MLSU), Dr P K Mehta (Principal, GITS), Prof. Rekha Bhatt (Govt. M G College, Udaipur), Prof. Manish Bhatnagar (Jain Vishwabhatri Institute Deemed University, Ladnun), Prof. Prashant Sharma (Director PIMT), Prof.  Anita Shukla (Shramjeevi, JRNRV), V P Rathi (President UCCI) Ms Priyanka Singh (CEO Seva Mandir).

In the inaugural Ceremony Dr. Archana Golwalkar (Director) welcomed and introduced the guests. The chairperson of the inagural ceremony was Shri Chandra Singh Kothari (Mayor, Udaipur). The guest of honour was Dr. Dharmendra Mehta,(Professor Vikram University, Ujjain) & Shri Sumati Lal Bohra (Retd. IAS) presided over. The briefing of conference was given by Dr.Roshita Jain (Conference Secretary).

Shri C. S. Kothari emphasized on the uses of new technology in day to day life. The mission of smart city for Udaipur is in the hands of youth. Dr. Dharmendra Mehta well said that startups were the new jobs for youth besides education the youth will do business & entrepreneurship. The youth will bring Udaipur on the top of the world. Shri Sumati Lal Bohra encouraged on L P G : Liberalization, Privatization & Globalization. India is a land of “Vasudev Kutabham.” The conservation of water & light will be the aforementioned for the youth. The worst conditions were seen in primary education in rural villages. He also urged youth not to become addicted with mobile, social sites & computer. On this occasion Institutional Journal “Aishwarya Research Communication Vol. 7” was released by the dignitaries. Towards the end of the inaugural ceremony vote of thanks was given Mrs Raksha Sharma (Conference Secretariat).

About 60 selected papers were presented during the technical sessions spanned over three tracks. The theme for technical Paper presentations track 1 was based on Commerce & Management with subthemes as E Commerce, Consumer goods trends, Digital Marketing, Payments Industry Trends, Retail Banking Trends, Digital ecosystems, Expansion Strategies, Telecommunications, Work force Management Trends, Ethics, Tourism, Business Analysis & Project Management with Internet of Things (IoT). Total 17 research papers were presented by the research scholars and students from various universities. Total strength of participants was 55 during the session. The session was chaired by Prof. Anil Kothari, Professor, FMS, Udaipur. The Keynote speech was delivered by Dr. Dharmendra Mehta and Dr. Hina Khan was the special guest of the session. The rapporteur for the session was Ms. Gunsheen Kaur.

The first position was shared by Robert Ombati and Shaheema Hameed and Hina Hashmi scored Second Position for paper presentation. The session convener was Dr. Ranju Suyal

The theme of track 2 was Computer Science & IT including the subthemes as Security & Cryptography, Image Processing, Algorithms, Mobile Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Programming, Biometrics, Information Systems, Applications of Computer Science and Engineering, Reliability & Testing, Network Communications, Data Science and Smart Machines. In this session, total 10 research papers were presented by the participants from various institutions. Total strength of participants was 35 in the session. The session was chaired by Dr. Manju Mandot, Director, Institute of Women Studies, J.R.N.R.V, Udaipur. She also delivered on the topic “E-Governance”. The invited rapporteur of the session was Ms. Khushboo Mantri. Dr. Sunita Bhati, secured First Position with Ms. Neetu Agarwal on Second Position and Mr Kishan Mali was appreciated on the third position in the paper presentation. The session was convened by Dr. Sunita Bhati.

The technical session III  was conducted on 28.11.15. In this session the chair Person was Dr.P.K. Mehta, Principal, Geetanjali Institute of Technology, Airport Road, Dabok, Keynote speaker was Dr. Rekha Bhatt Associate Professor in Chemistry at Government Meera Girls College & Rapporteur was Dr. Manish Bhatnagar, Assistant Professor, Jain Vishbharti Deemed University, Ladnun. Dr Q A Bohora welcomed and introduced the guests. The keynote address was delivered by Prof. Bhatt on evolution of education and Dr Bhatnagar presented invited talk on Idealities of a Teacher. In this session 32 papers was presented on different subthemes-Digital India, Darker side of Technology, E-Learning, Life skills, Gender issues. The session was compared by Mrs.Monika Bhadviya and convened by Mrs

Rashi Mathur. The winners of this track were on I position-Laksita Gour, II position-Aruna Mathur and III position-Pravina Rathore.

 

Power point Presentation Competition was organized on the conference theme wherein 13 students participated from various institutions on burning topics. The chief guest was Dr. Meera Mathur who judged the performance of the participants. Students actively participated in the competition and made the most of the opportunity. Dr. Meera Mathur in her address shared on effective presentation skills and congratulated the participants and winners.

The winners were Mr. Mufuddal Ali, Mr. Vaseem Hussain, Vridhi Chand and consolation prize was given to Ms Sejal.

In Poster Presentation Competition, total 23 Posters were presented by the participants of various institutions. Total strength of participants was 26 in the session. The judgment was done by Dr. Prashant Sharma, Director, Pacific Institute of Management and Technology, Udaipur and Dr. Anita Shukla, Director, IBS, J.R.N.R.V. University, Udaipur.

Ms. Neha Chouhan & Ms. Megha Gehlot and Govind Kumar Parmar acquired First Position and Ms. Alifiya Khan and Ms. Deepika Dave scored Second Position in the Poster presentation.

After the technical session III & Poster presentation, the Valedictory ceremony was conducted on 28.11.15 where Dr. Roshita Jain welcomed the guests of the Valedictory ceremony. The report on the happenings of the two days National Conference was presented by Dr. Archana Golwakar. Shri V.P.Rathi (CMD, Tempsents Instruments Pvt. Ltd) presided

over the ceremony, he has well said the India has power to bring about big changes as it is the country of youth power with one of the major challenge of maintaining quality. The startups are the new horizon among the business & entrepreneurship. The guest of honour was Ms.Priyanka Singh (CEO, Seva Mandir), she rightly emphasized on the education as the tool which can bring revolution in the society. Marking that 90% of growth is controlled by 10% of educated people. The guests announced the winners under various categories, congratulated them and gave away the prizes and certificates for their achievement.The overall feedback received from the Participants and Resource Persons was good.

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