Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies (SIMS), Pune, organizes its Annual International Research Conference, SIMSARC, with a view to provide an opportunity to researchers and scholars alike to publish or present their research papers or only participate in the conference. This year too, as part of the Faculty of Management, Symbiosis International (Deemed University), SIMS takes immense pleasure in announcing its 9th Annual International Research Conference, SIMSARC’18 on 18-19 December, 2018
Communication, Commerce, connectivity and culture are pillars on which the growth of an economy rests. Communication aids in information flow among the stakeholders of the business. Commerce provides the goods and services which a country produce and connectivity & infrastructure provide the right eco-system for those goods and services to reach the consumers and markets. Culture plays a vital role in the whole process where it culture help to retain the indigenous value in those. India is emerging as the world’s next economic powerhouse, strengthening the relationship with the global economies is utmost important. 4Cs are considered quite important for the business to grow and prosper as well as to the society.
|Use of IT|
|Legal and Political
|Export & Import|
|Legal and Political
|Cross culture environment|
|Values and norms|
Mr. S. C. Kalia
Senior Stratergic Advisor, Yes Bank Ltd.
Mr. Naresh Kumar Pinisetti
President -HR,Deepak Fertilizers & Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd.
Dr. Rajendra P. Khandekar
Professor Of Management,
Metropolitan State, University of Denvar,USA
Dr. Pawan Jain
Assistant Professor(Finance), University of Wyoming,USA
Prof. Matt Glowatz
Assistant Professor, University College Dublin
Dr. Vishaal Baulkaran,
Associate Professor of Finance, University of Lethbridge
Accepted papers will be presented in the Research Conference. Based on quality of research work, authors will be intimated about publication of their papers in ANY ONE of the following categories:
|Last Date of submission of abstracts||20th July, 2018|
|Notification of acceptance of abstract||20th July, 2018|
|Last Date of submission of full papers||18th September, 2018|
|Notification of acceptance of papers||1st November, 2018|
|Last date of Registration for authors||20th November, 2018|
|Date of Conference||18-19 December, 2018|
|Publication of Papers||April-May, 2019|
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Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies (SIMS), a constituent of Symbiosis International (Deemed University) Pune held its 8th Annual International Research Conference (SIMSARC) from 14th to 16th December 2017 successfully. The theme for SIMSARC 2017 is “Government Initiatives for Transforming India: Implications on Business and Society”.
Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Hon’ble Vice Chairman, NITI Ayog was the Chief Guest for the inaugural function on 15th December. Dr. S. B. Mujumdar Hon’ble Chancellor, SI(DU); Dr. Vidya Yeravdekar Pro Chancellor, SI(DU); Dr Rajani Gupte Vice Chancellor, SI(DU) were also present on the occasion. Brig. (Dr.) Rajiv Divekar, Director, SIMS was the conference Chairperson and Dr. Arti Chandani, was the Conference Convener.
Rajiv Kumar, Hon’ble Vice Chairman, NITI Ayog, the Chief Guest for the inaugural function wished SIMS on its 8th Successful SIMSARC Conference and added that he wishes the young research minds to contribute in transforming India through Govt. Initiatives that can be practically applied. He said Niti Ayog serves as an open action funnel with its mouth opened towards Society that takes suggestions and ideas from the society and includes all relevant ideas into the system.
Dr. S. B. Mujumdar Hon’ble Chancellor, Symbiosis International Deemed University presiding the event was very impressed by the topic chosen for the conference and said “If you want to know what Pune thinks tomorrow; you should know what Symbiosis thinks today” The government has launched an array of initiatives which are aimed at making India a better country to live in. These initiatives are in different fields and the focus of these initiatives is to bring the lower strata of society into the mainstream of India It would also foster the growth and development in the business world in terms of: increase in speed, improve in governance and ease of doing business through various technology and techniques. These initiatives present a plethora of opportunities but it comes with a host of challenges and SIMSARC’17 served as the platform where the opportunities, challenges and the solutions to meet these challenges were discussed by the delegates and dignitaries through their research papers publications and case studies. The objective was to provide a special forum to present and discuss management of business under the umbrella of the ‘Government Initiatives for Transforming India’ and to facilitate sharing of multidisciplinary research based knowledge amongst researchers, academicians and students. Over 151 papers were reviewed by the double blind peer review out of which 102 papers were shortlisted and presented over these 2 days of research meeting.
The two day deliberations were divided into four sub themes revolving around the central theme of the conference. These sub themes were specially selected as they have maximum impact on business and society namely: Energy & Environment, Rural India: Prospects and Challenges, Sustainable Infrastructure: Impetus for Growth, Capacity Building: the Future is Now. To give a holistic perspective on each of these subthemes an array of experts from Industry, Govt. , Society and academics such as Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Hon’ble Vice Chairman, NITI Ayog, Mr. Debasish Mallick, DMD, EXIM bank, Dr. Kishore Kulkarni, Metropolitan State university of Denever, USA, Dr. Rajendra Khandekar, Metropolitan State university of Denever, USA, Dr. Ravi Seethamraju, University of Sydney, Australia, Mr. Popat Rao Pawar, Hiware Bazar, Shri Rajendra Jagtap, CEO, Pune Smart City, Mr. Pradeep Lokhande, Founder & CEO, Rural Relations, Shiv Kumar Shukla, Assistant Director, FICCI, shared their knowledge and experience.
Dr.Ravi Seethamraju, University of Sydney, Australia and Mr. Sunder Ram Korivi, Dean, SSE & SSIR, NISM and Mr Debashsish Mallick, DMD, EXIM Bank of India shared their Insights on Business Environment. Dr. Seethamraju talked on Metadata and long term strategic plan and Attention Economy. He said that the future holds new opportunities and challenges. He gave an example of Google self-Driving Car and said that we can imagine the kind of impact it would have on Urban designing of the cities, roads, Infrastructure, Malls and not just Automobile Industry.He further talked about Attention Economy that’s going to be the Future Most Expensive Economic Asset. Everyone in the business would seek attention in order to deliver the services. Large piles of online database demands attention and so on and that’s how there’s a huge market. Dr. Korivi delivered his talks on Hydraulic tracking. He drew everyone’s attention to the war that’s going on Geo Politically between nations like America, China, Russia and the Arab Countries on manipulation of the petrol prices He talked on oil companies using an Opaque policy to their own advantage. Then he took the attention of audience on the Balance of Power that finally where the BOP would lie in probably a Battery operated car so the dynamics would entirely change. Dr.Mallik talked on technology, Environment and Utilization of resources especially to generate energy. He talked about clean energy giving an example of how clean hydraulic energy is but it could not gain popularity due to the instability and dependability on water and rain. He also talked on Input- output matrix of more stable energies like thermal and Coal. He said that initially Energy and Environment was essentially a challenge especially to generate clean energy. He added that it is imperative to use Clean Energy and with the kind of scientific achievements in this era it is possible now. We should further allow technology and market to drive it for further reduction in cost and should not go for bidding for deciding the cost on these energies so as to protect the environment.
For Plenary Session 2 –
The Moderator for the discussion was Mr. Anuj Mehra, MD, Mahindra Rural Housing Finance Ltd , and Mr. Popat Rao Pawar, Hiware Bazar and Mr. Pradeep Lokhande, Founder & CEO, Rural Relations were the Panel Speakers.
Mr. Anuj Mehra talked about the need for giving home loans and ability to reach the lower strata of society so that they can also afford homes. He also talked about the fact that how rural India is a huge upcoming and potential market.
Mr. Popatrao pawar talked about how he transformed Hiware Bazar from a village which was suffering from lack of water resources to a green and prosperous model village with highest GDP in the country. The Hiware bazare gram panchayat, with Mr. Pawar as its sarpanch, won the first National Award for community led water conservation in 2007. Mr. Pradeep Lokhande talked about Rural relations- how to reach out to rural India and contribute to its development. he talked about how he has been able to do all that in his 20 years of association with this mission.He has personally visited over 4,000 villages in India, recorded their population, markets, education systems, consumer habits, etc. He has installed used computers in rural secondary schools, where the interest and curiosity of the students was very high, etc.
Plenary Session 3 saw discussions on
By Mr. Rajendra Jagtap, CEO, Pune Smart City and Dr. Kishore Kulkarni, Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA. was seen moderating the discussion. Mr. Rajendra Jagtap extensively talked about the Smart city project handled by him for Pune city. He said that an Investment of Rs.70000 crores is projected for Infrastructure Development alone. They expect the project delivery to get completed by 2030 especially for Urban Areas that includes Sewage, Mass transport, water, Solid waste, Open Green Space, storm water. They aspire to ensure future proof way of Infrastructure development. They have already accomplished Command and control by installing CCTV, WIFI, Environment sensors, Flood Sensors etc. He added that the sustainable environment features are built in and so the assets that are being created will have sustainability and proper usability in future as well. He said that the project involves inputs from the end users keeping in mind that ultimately they are the ones who are to use so the loopholes and gaps are being covered real time.
Plenary Session 4 involved Dr. Rajendra Khandekar, Metropolitan State University of Denver, USA as the Moderator and Dr. Pawan Jain, University of Wyoming, USA and Mr. Shiv Shukla, FICCI as speaker on the topic
Dr. Jain highlighted the Importance of Collaboration and he said there are enough resources all around if you stop being competitive and collaborate in order to have powerful research. He said Time horizons are getting shorter in the competitive world and you need to build up speed to reach your target so Collaboration is the key. He said we are still looking at huge Infrastructure that is Capacity and in order to be creative you need to build capacity. Dr. Shukla added that India needs to build huge capacity. He talked about Reskilling, Deskilling, Upskilling yourself. He said factors like media literacy, Intermigration, Job demand are going to change future course of hiring from B School. He talked about Mind mapping and said that students need to develop on their soft skills in order to get into a particular field in future. For all this, we need to be a good researcher and understand the changing dynamics. He talked about E commerce and digitalisation and said in all this one needs to be responsive, creative and collaborative.
The Valedictory Function was chaired by Mr. Naresh Pinisetti. Mr. Naresh is currently associated with Deepak Fertilizers and Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd as Group President Human Resources. The winner and the first runner-up were awarded cash prizes of Rs. 10,000 and Rs. 5000 respectively. Winner: Dr. A.R. Nithya, Ms. S. Vidhya and Ms. L. Priyanka Paper Title: “An Empirical study on factors affecting work life balance among women entrepreneur and salaried women” Runner- Up: Mr. Amol Raiker and Dr. Vanishree Pabalkar Paper Title: “Consumer Ethnocentrism: attitude of Indian customers towards domestic and foreign products- A study of Automobile industry”
The conference was further addressed on the topics : Seven questions of leaders, IT/S in Manufacturing SMEs (Small and medium sized Enterprises) – Opportunities & Challenges, Make in India: Impact on BFSI and Financial Inclusion and SME Financing by eminent speakers like Dr. Rajendra P. Khandekar, Professor, Metropolitan State University of Denver (USA) and Dr. Ravi Seethamraju, The University of Sydney Business School, Australia, Mr. S.C. Kalia, Senior Strategic Advisor and Chief Mentor, Yes Bank Ltd., Shri Pramod K Panda, Principal, College of Agriculture Banking, RBI and Mr. Abhishek Ranjan, Global head- Sustainability, CSR and BFSI Industry marketing, Brillio Technologies and Ms. Rima Marphatia, Chief General Manager, Exim Bank of India. The conference got huge success where in 120 papers were received in total which were shortlisted to 80 papers after double blind peer review process. These research papers presented were far ranging in their categories, papers of all the practicable specializations, be it Make in India, Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, CSR, General Management or Operations. SIMSARC’16 was ennobled by a large number of participants from a multitude of locations from around the country. 5 best quality papers are already published in the SCOPUS indexed journal, Indian Journal of Science and Technology (INDJST) and 8 papers are published in indexed journal. The remaining papers will be published in the next issue of the journal.
The valedictory address was given by Mr. V Ravi, ED and CFO, Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Limited (MMFSL). The conference was a much applauded affair with accolades pouring in for its solidarity and singularity from all sides. It was an experience by means of which the researchers and student managers assimilated a lot of critical concepts that undoubtedly added a great value to the already present potential in them. The objective of the conference is to stimulate and encourage research and to motivate the researchers, the 3 best papers were awarded a cash prize of Rs. 10,000, Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 3,000 for 1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd prize respectively. The winners were announced by Dr. Arti Chandani and the chief guest along with director gave away the certificate to the winners. The conference concluded with the vote of thanks delivered by Dr. Pravin Kumar.
SIMS held its Annual Research Conference, SIMSARC’15 on 11th December, 2015.The theme of the Research Conference this year was-“Managing Business Globally – An Indian Way”. The event opened with the Brig Rajiv Divekar, Director SIMS delivering the welcome address. Shri. Ashwini Mehra, Deputy Managing Director, SBI was the Chief Guest for the conference. The conference in the Plenary session was further addressed by august speakers like
SIMSARC’15 received an overwhelming response wherein 82 papers were received from research scholars from all over the world of which 64 papers were selected after double blind peer review process. The conference commenced with research paper presentations. under marketing, Human Resources, Finance, Operations and General tracks. The ceremony concluded with the prize distribution ceremony where prizes were given to the winners of each track. Dr. Pravin Kumar, deputy director pronounced the thank you note to the audience. The conference was a much applauded affair with accolades pouring in for its solidarity and singularity form all sides. All participants were enthralled with the flawless execution of the conference proceedings which ran as if guided by an invisible hand.
The theme of SIMSARC’14 was “Transformational Leadership: Towards engaging Competitive Business and Social Harmony”. SIMSARC’14 began with lighting of the lamp and cast of SIMSARC Movie followed by inaugural address by Mr. Rabindra Kumar Behera, Chairman – RSB Group. Day 1 – December 13, 2014 (Saturday)
The Conference further witnessed Plenary Sessions by eminent guest speakers like
addressing the august audience. The day was concluded with Research Paper Presentations under HR, Marketing and General Management tracks.
The Conference commenced with Research Paper Presentations under Marketing, HR, Finance, IT and Operation tracks. Further, the event was witnessed with Plenary Sessions by eminent guest speakers like
Mr. Rajendra Shivaraikar (Associate VP- Garware Wall Ropes, Pune)
Dr. Ravi Seethamraju (Senior Lecturer, University of Sydney Business School, Australia)
Mr. Sarang Bapat [CEO – iBrand, N. Carolina (USA)]
The session concluded with Valedictory Address by Mr. Rahul Amrutkar (MD- Assent Group) and Vote of Thanks by Mr. Venkatesh Iyengar (SIU-JRF Research Scholar and SIMSARC’14 Conference Co- Convenor). Certificates to participants and Best Paper Prizes to winners were awarded. POST CONFERENCE RESEARCH WORKSHOP
A free Post-Conference Research Workshop was organised for all participants and faculty post lunch on 14 Dec and first half day of 15 Dec 2014, to benefit in understand ‘Research’ in the best interests of competitive business and social harmony as Transformational Leaders.
The Theme of SIMSARC’13 was “Shaping the Future of Business and Society”.
The SIMSARC’13 began with lighting of the lamp followed by the inaugural addresses by
Hon’ble Dr. S. B. Mujumdar, Chancellor – SIU
Dr. Ann Murphy, Dean – MSU, Denver
Mr. Filip Vandenberghe, MD – Atlas Copco.
Day 1 – December 12, 2013
The Conference witnessed a plethora of guest speakers like
Professor Peter Stokes, Dy Dean – University of Chester (UK)
Dr. Kishore Kulkarni, Professor – MSU, Denver
Dr. Gautam Gawali, HOD-Dept of Psychology – Mumbai University
Dr. Mukul Madahar, MBA Welfare Director – Cardiff Metropolitan University (UK).
Day 2 – December 13, 2013
The Conference witnessed a plethora of guest speakers like
Dr. Swati Shirwadkar, Professor and HOD – Dept. of Sociology, University of Pune
Dr. Rajkumar R. Hirwani, Head CSIR-URDIP
Dr. Rajendra Khandekar, Professor – Management, MSU (Denver).
The valedictory address was delivered by Donald Salyards, Professor – Economics, Winona State University followed by Prizes Distribution.
December 13, 2012
SIMSARC is an annual Research Conference of Symbiosis Institute of Management Studies, Pune. SIMSARC provides an unparalleled opportunity to researchers and scholars to enrich their body of knowledge through their extensive research papers. SIMSARC also offers a platform to the researchers and scholars to share and publish their thoughts and ideas.
The seminar officially commenced with the lighting of the lamp followed by the inaugural addresses by Brig. Rajiv Divekar, Director, SIMS; Dr. Vidya Yeravdekar, Acting Vice Chancellor, SIU; Dr. S. B. Mujumdar, Chancellor SIU and Dr. Debasish Chakaraborty, Director MBA Program, Central Michigan University, USA with regard to SIMSARC’s 2012 agenda “Inclusiveness and Innovation – Sustainable Growth Challenges in Emerging Economics”.Day 1 of the Seminar witnessed a plethora of guest speakers impart their views and ideas to the student managers and the highly revered multinational dignitaries. Dr. Mukul Madahar, MBA Welfare Director, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK discussed the “Inclusivity and Innovation Challenge” with regard to the education sector in India. He noted that private education Universities could be instrumental in shifting the educational paradigm with emphasis on potency of education.
Dr. Booshan P. Kelkar, Country Manager, IBM India, University Relation India addressed the audience on “Innovation and Intellectual Property”, elaborating on the patents procedure in India and the costs, time and the hiccups experienced while acquiring a patent. He presented his insight on how monopoly should lie with the inceptor of the idea and concluded that ‘India 2020’ might be a far-fetched vision for now.
Brian Patrick O’Donoghue, Associate Professor, Department of Journalism, University of Alaska, Alaska USA presented his dialogue on “Digital Tsunami: Implications of India’s News Media Approaching Confrontation with Mobile Information Storms”. He shed light on the shrinking market share of newspapers in India due to the digital age while the ‘digital tsunami’ in the United States has had only a slight impact on the newspaper’s market share.
Prof. Dr. Patthira Phon-ngam, Chairman of Doctoral Degree Program Faculty of Humanities and Social Science Loei Rajabhat University, Thailand spoke on “Innovation for Economic Development”. She stated that the youth of the India are its core strength and the nation is layered with innovative streak.
The first day concluded with a Culture Program by the Student Managers of SIMS showcasing vibrant performances by the Music Club – Sur, the Drama Club – Aks and the Dance club – Vibes.
December 14, 2012
SIMSARC – a knowledge extravaganza reconvened in the true spirit of learning after the success of day one. The day flagged off with an insightful address by Prof. Stuart Locke, Director MBA Program University of Waikato Hamilton, New Zealand, on “Corporate Governance: A Global Perspective” that enriched the audience on the pathway to attain sustainable growth and its additional value to stakeholders. He also identified the advantageous pattern of mixed ownership for public enterprises.
The august gathering was set in motion by Dr. Geeta Rani, Teacher Fellow in Dept. of Finance, University of Waikato Hamilton, New Zealand. She spoke extensively on how Indian corporates have been trying to diversify their talent pool to deliver additional value and how government enterprises should take a cue from this paradigm shift. She also emphasized on endeavours to bring in diversity in the corporate boards in order to strive for innovativeness.
In order to add to the research seminar, Mrs. Suparna Shankar, Senior Research Scientist, Sustainability Business Unit, Infosys Limited Bangalore offered her dialogue on “Inclusiveness and Innovation-Sustainable Growth Challenges in Emerging Markets and what it means to Business”. She emphasized on the essential attributes of innovation and inclusiveness as the business thrives on the aforementioned two aspects. Her interactive lecture brought forth various examples of the contemporary world adopting the two drivers of sustainable growth.
SIMSARC a two day affair of unabated learning and knowledge allocates prime importance to the research papers submitted by various luminaries who contributed immensely to the research conference. Out of 90 research papers, three research papers were awarded the certification of excellence in research. The prizes to the research winners were given by Dr D.M Deshpande, Deputy Director, SIMS. The winners are:
I – Girija Ningaokar on “A comparative study of India vis- a-vis China from Inclusive Growth Perspective
II – Ravi Kumar Gupta on “Social Security in Unorganised Sector: A case study of Rickshaw Pullers in Uttar Pradesh”
III – Geeta Nair on “Inclusiveness and Innovation – New weapons for Sustainable Growth”
The audience was enthralled by the Valedictorian Address delivered by Raj Khandekar, Ph.D., Professor, Management Department Metropolitan State College of Denver, USA on “Experiencing Diversity Upside Down”. He enlightened the gathering on the importance of an egalitarian culture in the corporate arena. He further elaborated on the humbleness, a prerequisite in the contemporary corporate world.
SIMSARC concluded with a vote of thanks by Prof. Dr. B. R. Londhe, Conference Convenor, Professor, SIMS.
SIMSARC’11 was held on the 15th and 16th of December 2011. The main theme of the Conference was ‘Big India Breaching Boundaries: India By 2020’. The Conference was inaugurated by Dr. Prafulla Agnihotri Director, Indian Institute of Management, Tiruchirappalli who talked contribution of India in global economy and opportunities and challenges to Indian economy in years to come. It was then followed by an invigorating discussion on the various aspects of the central theme of the conference by eminent persons like Dr. Subhash Sharma, Director Indus Business Academy, Bangalore, Dr Ravi Seethe Raju , Professor, The University of Sydney, NSW Australia, Ian Smith Head, ACMA Centre for Technology, Pune and Dr. Prantik Ray Professor, XLRI, Jamshedpur, India The next day of the conference saw scintillating talks by Dr. Pallabh Bandyopadhayay Vice President, Human Resources, Citrix R & D India Pvt. Ltd., Valedictory function was chaired by Dr.Ashok Joshi, Dean Faculty of Management University of Pune. The research papers presented in the conference were also published in Conference Proceedings with an ISBN.
SIMSARC’10 was held on the 17th and 18th of December 2010. The main theme of the Conference was ‘Myths and Realities of India Advantage: What Needs to be Done to Reach the Potential’ The Conference was inaugurated by Mr. Shashank Inamdar, Vice-Chairman & Co-Founder of Praj Industries who talked about India adopting World Class Standards for reaching the full potential. It was then followed by an invigorating discussion on the various aspects of the central theme of the conference by eminent persons like Mr. Bhushan Joshi (CEO, Kenersys, Kalyani Group, Pune), Mr. Rajesh Kamath (Principal Consultant, Learning & Development, Cerebrus Consultants, Pune), and Dr Anuj Paul Gosain ( Strategic Planning Manager, John Deere, IPL, Pune). The panel discussion was moderated by eminent academician, Consultant, and Public Nominee Director, Prof Pradeep Apte. The next day of the conference saw scintillating talks by Mr. Abhijeet Ranade (Regional Director, Consultancy, Price Waterhouse Cooper), Dr Ravi Seetham Raju (Professor, Sydney University, Australia), and Mr. Arun Wakhlu (Founder Director, Pragati Leadership Foundation).The Conference received an overwhelming 88 papers from which 52 were short listed and presented. These research papers were also published in Conference Proceedings with an ISBN.
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