Important Notice
Important Date
Last date for submission of Abstract Nov. 15, 2015
Acceptance of short-listed abstracts Nov. 20, 2015
Full paper submission Dec. 31, 2015
Intimation for presentation of papers Jan. 10, 2016
Last date for registration Jan. 31, 2016

About Jaipur – The city hosting the Conference

The famous city of Jaipur (India) is the capital of Rajasthan State and known as the "Pink City" with beautiful palaces, havelis and forts. Jaipur was built in the year 1727 and is 262 km from Delhi. The city is well connected by air, rail and road. Jaipur is predominantly known for its musicians, artisans, craftsmen and fairs and festivals. It has attractive monuments where one can breathe the fragrance of history. Comfortable and luxurious hotels, once the pride of kings, parks, gardens, and excursions of nearby places of interest, make Jaipur a tourist's paradise.

About Poornima Group

The Poornima Group is comprised of four colleges including Poornima School of Management, devoted to engineering and management disciplines, all located at Jaipur and affiliated to Rajasthan Technical University. The group came into existence in year 2000. Poornima University, as a separate entity, was established in 2012 under Rajasthan Private Universities Act.

The Poornima Group lays great emphasis on the activities and programs undertaken meticulously with a view to developing multi–dimensional skills of the students and their overall personality and professional competence.

About the conference - Make in India Initiative: Role and Challenges for SMEs in the Global Perspective

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) sector has emerged as a vibrant and dynamic sector of the economy. SMEs play a crucial role in providing large employment opportunities at comparatively lower capital cost and have long term prospects in the global perspective. India, in particular, has the advantage of its core strength of human resource, a strong base of entrepreneurs, and a robust and growing domestic demand.

It is believed that sustained and all inclusive growth is more likely to come from growth in domestic manufacturing. The 'Make in India' initiative to get Indian companies and global firms to invest and partner in the manufacturing sector is highly relevant for India. This can be achieved by fostering innovation, enhancing skill development and by more cost effective quality conscious manufacturing by SMEs. The jugaad attitude has to give place to efficient organization and manufacturing structures. If this happens India will certainly see new age entrepreneurs who have the potential to create globally competitive businesses in India emerging in large numbers.
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