The Background

The economic liberalisation, in early 1990s, brought new opportunities to India and slowly it started being considered an emerging economy. Today, India has one of the highest growth rate for a large economy. It ranks among top 10 nations in terms of GDP at factor cost and third largest in terms of GDP on PPP basis.

Dr. Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India, in one of his Independence Day speech, had said "No power in the world can stop our country from achieving new heights of progress & development." The direct fund transfer through electronic medium; e-governance; free press; economic reforms; increased awareness about their rights and participation of youth on all important national issues; inclusion of India on all important international forums, etc. provide the glimpse of a turnaround story. Another very important factor adding to India's strength is that about 50 percent of its over 1.2 billion population is in the productive age group.

The Global recession in 2009 has impacted all the countries. India's rapid growth has also got adversely impacted in the recent past. Along with the global economic factors, many internal policy and implementation issues are also considered responsible for the present slowdown in India.

The best of efforts made to contain inflation, and exchange rate volatility, has not paid desired dividends. In this backdrop, this international conference aims to focus on Issues and Challenges, hindering India's social and economic progress. There is a need to explore ways to bring it back on track to ensure economic progress and welfare of society at large


The Objectives of The Conference are to

Objectives
  • Assess and ascertain India's economic progression
  • Identify bottlenecks and blockages in achieving the desired objectives.
  • Suggest ways to remove these bottlenecks and lead India towards sustainable progression
  • Suggest methods for holistic development where all strata of the society are party to the development of the nation
 
Who Should Attend
  • Senior Associates from the Academia
  • Faculty Members, Research scholars and Students
  • Representatives of Government Agencies and Departments
  • Business Leaders from the Industry
  • NGOs, Consulting Agencies and other interested people
 
Call For Papers

IC 2014 invites original unpublished research papers from academicians, practitioners, bureaucrats. research scholars and students on a wide spectrum of subjects related to the theme & sub theme of the conference.

Indus Business Academy (IBA) was conceptualized by a group of IIT and IIM graduates in the year 1999. IBA has been one of the fastest growing B-school and now is widely considered to be among the leading business schools of India. It has two campuses at Bangalore (Est.2001, www.iba.ac.in) and Greater Noida(Est. 2006, www.iba.edu.in)

Every year, more than 200 business management students graduate from IBA and get absorbed in industry, both in India and abroad. IBA is well known for its faculty, academic rigor and research in various areas of management.

Chief Patron Patron Conference Chair
Shri BML JAIN Mr. Ritesh Jain Dr. Subhash Sharma
Chairman
Indus Business Academy
CEO, IBA Greater Noida Member Governing Council IBA
Conference Co-Chair Conference Conveners
Dr. Debabatra Das Prof. R. Srinivasan Dr. Sanjay Rastogi
Director
IBA Greater Noida
Associate Professor
IBA Greater Noida
Associate Professor
IBA Greater Noida
Prof. Pradeep Kumar
Sr. Professor & Member Academic Council
IBA Greater Noida
   

2008 IBA-IC

Modern and Ancient Management: Directions for Future of Management Thought

Organized on 28-31 Dec. 2008 in association with AIMS International. 148 research contributions were received from 17 countries across the globe.

2011 IBA-IC

India Emerging: Opportunities and Challenges


Organized on 25-26 Feb. 2011, 120 research contributions were received from across the Globe. Participations were received from countries like Iran, Singapore, Thailand, Hongkong, Germany, Netherlands, Nigeria, Mexico, and Dubai.

2013 IBA-IC

Managing Inclusive Growth: The Bottom Up Approach for Harmonious Development

Organized on 15-16 March, 2013 was built on the strong platforms created by the grand success of IBAIC-2011 & IBAIC-2008. Research contributions from Sri Lanka, Singapore, Thailand, Hongkong, Netherlands, Nigeria, Mexico, South Africa, Benguela were received.