10 simple principles on managing seminars
AN ACADEMICIAN'S GUIDE TO MANAGING SEMINARS, CONFERENCES, CONVENTIONS, SYMPOSIUMS AND WORKSHOPS
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Trilok Kumar Jain
Professor and writer of Management, Entrepreneurship and Spirituality Jain.firstname.lastname@example.org Mobile : 9414430763
Teachers, Scholars, Faculty members, Writers, Social workers who wish to organise seminars and workshops for knowledge dissemination. About the author: -
The author has experience of orgainsing and managing hundreds of seminars, conferences, workshops, plays, puppet shows, MDPs, specialised talk shows etc. The author was part of the organising team when Tom Alter
s plays were organised in Bikaner (organised by the Ajit Foundation for Social Development). The author was the part of the organising team of a series of seminars by Gandhi Research Foundation in Bikaner. The author was the organising chair during C3W 2012 and 2013 (C3W stands for Convention on Climate Change and Water Crisis, which attracted over 160 environmentalists, NGO representatives, Corporates and activists). The author believes that there should be continuity of seminars. The continuity of seminars will enable success in the seminars and people will remember and wait for the seminar (for example, C3W is organised every year and therefore people wait for it).