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Research Scholars, Academicians, Corporate Executives, Government Employees & Practitioners from India and Abroad
Guidelines for submission of Abstracts and Papers
ª An abstract of not more than 300 words followed by 5 to 6 keywords should be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before October 10, 2013. ª The full paper of maximum 5000 words typed in MS word, with 1.5 indent line spacing and font Times New Roman, size 12 point with one inch margin on all four sides should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com on or before November 11, 2013. ª Cover page of the manuscript should contain the track details, title of the paper, author(s) name, designation, organization, contact address, e-mail address and telephone numbers. ª The paper can have maximum of two authors. ª All tables, figures and graphs should be numbered and appear in the document where it is referred to in the text. They must also carry a caption and sources should be explicitly mentioned at the bottom of the tables/figures. ª The superscript numeral used to refer to a footnote which appears in the text should be written at the bottom of the normal text area. ª APA or any other internationally acceptable citation style can be followed for references / bibliography.
RVIM 3rd International Conference On Global Business Crisis: Management Strategies For Sustainability & Development
December 12 & 13, 2013
ª Academicians and Corporate / Government Employees ª Full time Research scholars ª Foreign Delegates : ` 2,000 : ` 1,000 : US$ 100
ª Registration fees do not include accommodation. ª Author(s) have to register separately per paper if they require conference proceedings and certificate. ª Papers can be submitted in-absentia, if intimated in advance on payment of registration fees. ª Selected papers will be published in the form of Conference Proceedings with ISBN. ª Payment should be made through demand draft in favour of “The Director RVIM”, payable at Bangalore.
Submission of Abstracts Abstract acceptance confirmation Full paper to be received Full Paper acceptance confirmation Last date for registration : : : : : October 10, 2013 October 15, 2013 November 11, 2013 November 19, 2013 November 23, 2013
Chief Patron Dr. M K Panduranga Setty, President, RSST Patrons Sri. A V S Murthy, Hon. Secretary, RSST Sri. K G Subbarama Setty, Hon. Treasurer, RSST Sri. D P Nagaraj, Joint Secretary, RSST Conference Chairman Sri. A C Chandrashekar Raju Chairman, Governing Council, RVIM Chief Coordinator Dr. T V Raju, Director, RVIM Members Ms. Mary Metilda J, Sr. Assistant Professor, RVIM Mr. Manjunath Menedhal, Assistant Professor, RVIM Ms. Pavithra S T, Assistant Professor, RVIM Ms. Bhavya Vikas, Assistant Professor, RVIM Mr. Gowrisha, Assistant Professor, RVIM Rashtreeya Sikshana Samithi Trust
Abstracts, Papers and Registration For other query Email Conference Website : : : : +919900246239, +91 080-42540313 +919916395850, +91 080-42540312 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rvimconference.in
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The institutions range from schools to professional colleges. Our Vision is to be. The Institute aims at imparting value based education in business administration and provide need based training. corporates. In an increasingly integrated world economy. The Trust was established in 1940 with the main objective of offering quality education to the community. Sub-themes Finance Mergers and Acquisitions : A Strategic Approach Financial Performance Analysis of firms adopting International Financial Reporting System Risk Management – Studies relating to the organisations across the world Current trends in Private Equity and Venture Capital Relevance of Capital Structure Theories in present times Emerging trends in financial markets and market integration Behavioural finance approach to financial crisis Inadequacy of regulatory control in Microfinance : Root Cause for Crisis Country Risk Analysis with reference to emerging economies Strategic considerations for Foreign Direct Investment and Foreign Institutional Investors in developing economies © Impact of earnings performance on security prices : Lessons from Emerging Markets © Central Bank and their role in economic revival © © © © © © © © © © R V Institute of Management RVIM was started during the academic year 1999-2000. General Management © © © © © © © © Using Millennium Development Goals to manage business crisis Role of Ethics in Business Strategy Trans-boundary risks in business Crisis and Emergency management for business Legal framework for off-shore and outsourcing to emerging market economies Measures and metrics to evaluate business crisis Global business environment and holistic intrapreneurship for competitive advantage Application of Indian wisdom to modern business crisis Systems © © © © © © © © © Glimpse of previous conference Synchronizing Information System Globally for Crisis Aversion BIG DATA : Connecting dots for globalizing business Information & Communication Technology and its impact on crisis control Global e-Supply Chain Management for sustainability and development Role of e-business in a flat world Enterprise Data Network – A Growth Engine IT enabled Value Chain in global context Enterprise Data Network – An engine for sustained growth High Performance Organisation and IT Note: Papers under sub-themes which are not mentioned above. For an adequate appreciation of the country's ongoing economic slide. transfer and exploit competencies across operations and locations world-wide. no one is sure whether the current slowdown will end or is there still a rude shock in the road ahead? With deeper integration of Global economies and greater interdependence. the crisis has affected almost every part of the world. globalized world of closely knit economies. The primary goal of the institution is to train and mould the students into professionally committed and socially responsible corporate leaders and entrepreneurs. With the best of the strategies and suitable policies being adopted. the Silicon Valley of India. • To exchange and share National and International business strategies and practices to face the emerging challenges. multinational companies pursue opportunities for sustainable international growth. Research and Consultancy. • To provide an opportunity for research aspirants and promising young professionals to explore new avenues in Management Strategies for Sustainability and Development. academicians and professionals across the globe to discuss and present their ideas to develop strategies for sustainable development. Marketing © © © © © © Marketing Strategies to overcome Global Business Crisis Sustainability of Multinational Companies operating in Rural Market Role of marketing mix in service sector to avert Global Business Crisis Re-defining the role of Social media marketing for sustainable development Opportunities for the Retail sector in International markets Blue Ocean Marketing – A promising strategy Human Resources © © © © © © © © © © Turnaround HR Strategies for Companies in Peril Organisational Change and Development for Sustainable Growth Harnessing Knowledge – A Strategic Tool for Crisis Management Thinking the Unthinkable: Leadership Role in Sustaining Business Employee Engagement Strategies to Arrest Corporate Brain Drain Enduring HR Values: An Antidote for Global Crisis Effective Succession Planning for Continued Prosperity Redefining Government’s Role in Promoting Industrial Democracy Diversity Issues and Global Business International Trade Policies: Obstacle to Sustainability and Development Objectives of the Conference • To bring educationists and practicing communities to share their opinions by focusing on Management Strategies in the present global business crisis. research and consultancy. . there is a growing concern for sustainable and inclusive growth in all regions. But there is little doubt that the global meltdown has seriously aggravated the problem and made the task of reversing the domestic downturn much more difficult. The global downturn has hit many types of business as they were implementing the plans to create. International Conference In the new. There are over 18000 students and 1700 personnel in all its campuses situated at Bangalore. both the domestic as well as the external factors are to be considered. The Group is 73 years old and operates all the Institutions with the main objective of offering education to its students without any bias. Nursing and Teacher education. 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Contrary to the popular belief. it becomes necessary for all economies to act responsibly in addressing the challenges so as to have a resilient and prosperous economy. including Management. there were palpable signs in most of the countries losing steam long before the outbreak of the global crisis. a conglomerate of 25 educational institutions is managed by Rashtreeya Sikshana Samithi Trust. with the purpose of providing quality management education to aspiring youngsters.
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