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Amity University Haryana inaugurated GLOBAL HR CONGRESS 2018 at its campus today on 6th April, 2018. The two day multi disciplinary international conference would entail brainstorming disciplines like Management, Law, Health and Psychology etc. Around 1500 participants are participating in this Conference in which scholars, professors and eminent personalities from more than 8 countries like Dubai, Honkong, Turkey, USA, Nigeria etc. will discuss the future trends and challenges in the field of human resource.

At present, frequently changing, business landscape is driving the modern human resource management towards number 9of challenges and more such challenges are expected to evolve in future too. Compliance with Laws, Change Management, Leadership Development, Technological advancement, Compensation Management, Recruitment and selection of Talented Employees, Talented Employees Retention, Diversity Management and Globalization are really some of the very difficult challenges to manage. To address these challenges, HR professionals need to work more strategically by adding values to the HR functions for highest organizational productivity and efficiency.

By engaging in online courses, video-based e-learning programmes, in-house training and other learning activities organized by academic and industrial units can support the modern organizations for effective handling of difficult HR issues. Present Global HR Congress is also a step in the same direction. This congress will invite the practicing professionals from the disciplines of Management, Psychology, psychiatry, Hospitality, sociology, Anthropology, Economics, Statistics, Communication, Public Administration and other allied study area of management to brain storm on the major HR theme “A MultidisciplinaryApproach towards Organizational Excellence.”

Inaugural ceremony also included the conference book release with over 700 papers sent by researchers from all over the world. The event also included a curtain raiser of ‘Power of Positivity: Optimism and Seventh Sense’ a book by Prof (Dr.) Padmakali Banerjee, Pro Vice Chancellor, Amity University Haryana published by SAGE. The book is a thought leadership which believes that the world can be transformed into a happier place by nurturing an attitude of optimism.

In her address to the eminent guests Prof. Padmakali Banerjee, Pro Vice Chancellor, Amity University Haryana said, “As the world moves into a dynamic and fast changing environment, we see large disruptions, technological innovations, coupled with human creativity and explorations. All this is leading us to a new future where traditional practices in the area of management and health will undergo a transformatory change.”

In this entire changing dynamic environment human potential and attributes will play a tremendous role. So psychology of human behavior would be of paramount importance to research and application she added.

Mr Pankaj Dubey, MD Polaris India, India Motor Cycle, CEO & Director, Eicher Polaris focused on, “Education is one of the most important factor in life. Research is second important factor,  as our technology is improving on daily basis we need to focus on research as much as possible ”

His Excellency, Ambassador Chris Sunday Eze, Nigeria High Commission, Mr. Chad Mason emphasized on, “If we change our education system we can go beyond imagination as the students are the leaders of tomorrow”.

Mr. Raj Nehru, Vice Chancellor, Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University while addressing said, “We need accept the change and keep innovating.”

Eminent Personalities who were present at the inauguration ceremony were Mr., Mr. Pankaj Sahni , COO, Medanta Medicity, His Excellency, Ambassador Chris Sunday Eze, Nigeria High Commission, Mr. Chad Mason , Executive Director, Bereal Leadership Institute, Texas, USA, Prof.(Dr) B.L. Dubey, DMSP, Adjunct Faculty & Editor Emeritus, SIS Journal, USA, Honourary Professor AUH and Co-chairman GHRC 2018, Mr. Raj Nehru, Vice Chancellor, Haryana Vishwakarma Skill University.

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Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences (Deemed University) to organise The Coimbatore Digital Summit 2018

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Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu - April, 8 April 2018 - Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences will hold The Coimbatore Digital Summit on 10th April 2018. The theme of the Summit is Think Big | Execute Smart | Deliver Growth. 

The Summit will talk about how to breath life into computerized vision as a client driven system that conveys genuine outcomes for business and furthermore how to execute these plans with the correct blend of ability, advances, projects, and accomplices.

There will be an inaugural session and three panel discussions : The First Panel dialog on "Showcasing Strategy Supercharged: Charting a Course for Success in a Rapidly Changing Digital World" . The Second Panel dialog on "Content Marketing in a Post-Text World" . The Third Panel dialog on "Showcasing in the Fake News Era" The event will witness several renowned speakers • Mr. Rob Peck, Director - Client Services, O3M Directional Marketing • Mr. Faheem Ahmed, Founder and CEO, BYT Social • Mr. RBU Shyam Kumar, President, Cornerstone – Channel Channelizers • Mr. Sorav Jain, CEO, echoVME • Mr. Rohit Uttamchandani, Head - Digital Advertising & Content Marketing, Social Beat • Ms. Arunima Singh, Practice Lead-Digital and Social at Adfactors PR • Mr. Logesh Kumar, CEO, Infozub • Mr Chiranjit Deb, CEO , BigWig Media pvt Limited.

Go Digital is the popular expression that is changing organizations, families, government and the whole society. Online business and advanced advertising are causing disturbance in the exchange, trade and Industry. Shopping centers and substantial retailers are missing out to the online business wave. The gathering will give a stage to talk about and gauge the fate of instruction, industry and society as a rule because of the advanced breadth as said by Dr M.j .Xavier, Dean, School of Management, Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Deemed to be University, Coimbatore.

The conference will unite Influential Leaders, Policy Makers, Eminent Digital Media Practitioners and Key Stakeholders to make an unparalleled stage for trade of exchanges. The representatives to the meeting should incorporate MD's; CEO's; CMO's; Marketing Heads; Advertising Heads; Sales Heads; Strategy Heads; Brand Heads; Public Relation and Communication Heads; Digital Marketing Professionals; Social Media Professionals; Digital Marketing Enthusiasts; Media Professionals; Academicians; Students; and so on.

The event will be followed by distribution of Digital Excellence Award 2018. This honor praises business brilliance and advancement in the field of computerized innovations over a wide scope of controls, making it the just a single of its kind in India. The honor classifications might include: Digital Marketer of the Year (business astute): Airline; Automobile; Bank; Consumer Durables; E-Commerce; Education; Fashion; Film; FMCG; Food and Beverages; Healthcare; Hospitality; IT/ITES; Manufacturing; Mobile Operator; Mobile Handset; Travel; Tourism; Real Estate; Retail; and so forth | Social Media Agency of the Year | Digital Agency of the Year | Digital Campaign of the Year | Integrated Campaign of the Year | Digital Innovation of the Year | Digital Marketer of the Year (singular honor) | App of the Year | Website of the Year| web based business Website of the Year | Digital Brand of the Year | Digital Marketing Company of the Year.

The event organised by Karunya University will be one such big event that will be held in Coimbatore. This digital event is powered by Mediabytes. For further information visit the Mediabytes website (

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Edu minister promotes ‘gayatri mantra’ in Haryana schools

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Being politically secular, recently Ram Bilas Sharma, Education Minister, Haryana has asked schools to introduce 'Gayatri Mantra' in school prayer despite especially government schools have shortage of teachers and buildings are not properly maintained.

State ruled by Bhartiya Janta party saw criticism from the opposition parties and the academia who called the step by government was towards 'saffronisation of education'. "The government is trying to divert the core issues related to education, health and agriculture. The move by government is totally against culture, ethos and the country’s Constitution that guarantees secularism," said Sarvesh Kumar Tiwari, Social activist.

Earlier, in 2015 Gita shlokas were included in the school syllabus soon after formation of the BJP government in Haryana.

Government is keen on promoting ‘Geeta shlokas’ and Gayatri Mantra’, in fact they should be more focused towards the recruitment of teachers and strengthening the infrastructure for betterment of schools. We are the part of secular country and education is a step to educate children about society, person and even all religions but the government is focusing on one religion when in schools children come to stude from different religion, to become secular and to practice all the religions," said Shafiq, a social activist.

Whereas talking to media in Chandigarh on Saturday the education minister had said that the government had made the decision after meeting school principals, teachers and other stakeholders in the matter on Friday and will issue a notice on it on Tuesday. Sharma claimed that the government made the decision after its move to include the Bhagvad Gita in the school syllabus “yielded positive results”.

Haryana Congress Legislature Party leader Kiran Choudhry in her statement released earlier said that the government was “chasing the wrong priorities” and hiding its failure.

Vikas Siwach, President. Maharishi Dayanand University Teachers Association (MDUTA), Rohtak (Haryana) said that for Hindus the step is good but what for other religions. "Moral values must be inculcated in children to make them grow as responsible citizens and become an asset to the society but not in this way. There are lots of other thing that government can introduce to improve education," said Siwach.

(Writer is Assistant Editor with NewsMantra)


Rupala inaugurates Int’l Conference on Emerging Synergies in Agriculture, Food Processing and Biotechnology

The International Conference on “Emerging Synergies in Agriculture, Food Processing and Biotechnology” was inaugurated by the Union Minister of State for Agriculture, Parshottam Rupala on 21st Feb 2018 at Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences, Coimbatore.

The Conference organized by the School of Agriculture and Biosciences of the Deemed University which had a participation of more than 500 delegates and 300 papers are being presented.

The Keynote addresses are being delivered by experts from India and abroad. Dr. Itamar Glazer, Director (Research) of Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani Center, Israel spoke on the research initiatives of Vocani Center especially in the field of drip irrigation and precision farming.

Prof. Itzhak Shmulevich of Technion, Israel spoke on the application of Robotus in farm mechanization.

Dr. Yoram Oren, Zuckerberg Institute of Water Research Institute of Israel has a presentation on reuse of waste water for irrigation and agriculture purpose.

Dr. Yafit Cohen of Volcani Institute explained how thermal images can help in farming, especially in managing micro irrigation.

Keynote addresses are given by: Prof. Hwang of PosTech University, Korea; Dr. Ravindra Kaur of IARI, New Delhi; Dr. K. P. Sudheer of IITM, Chennai; Dr. B.J. Pandian of TNAU, Coimbatore; Dr. G. S. V. Raghavan of  McGill University, Canada and Dr. C. Rajasekara Murthy of Environment (Inland Waters), Canada.

Shri. Parshottam Rupala, Union Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare of Government of India highlighted the synergies among water, food, health and energy and the key role of Agriculture in linking them up. He also highlighted the importance of application of modern technologies like GIS, GPS, IoT, cloud computing and electronic gadgets even wireless and mobile app for precision farming. The Minister pointed out the importance of agriculture in a country of 70% agrarian population. Shri. Rupala highlighted the schemes of Government of India aiming at farmer welfare such as Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana, Paramparagat Krishi Vikas Yojana and Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana. The minister also inaugurated the poly house, constructed by the Department of agriculture, KITS for research and development.


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JNU attendance row: FIRs filed against students for wrongful restraint

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An First Information Report (FIR) has been registered against students of the Jawaraharlal Nehru University (JNU) in New Delhi right after they gheraoed the administration block and restricted 2 officials from leaving JNU premises for hours.

Annoyed for not being able to meet the JNU Vice Chancellor to discuss compulsory attendance order issue, some students had conducted a gherao of the JNU's administration block on Thursday.

Many students, led by the Jawaharlal Nehru University Students' Union (JNUSU), also picketed outside all the gates of the building and confronted and stopped senior university officials who tried to go out.

Two FIRs have been registered against the JNU students for wrongful restraint of two rectors in the administration block on Thursday, a senior police officer said.

"Based on two separate complaints filed by the officials, two FIRs have been registered with the Vasant Kunj North Police Station," the police officer said.

(With Agency Inputs)