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chool of Management Studies, JNTUH is one of the leading

Business Schools in the state of Andhra Pradesh, located at

JNTU campus in a spacious building. It was established in 1989
and offers Post Graduate and Doctoral programs in management
both full time and part time courses. School of Management
Studies offers various courses in MBA mainly MBA (regular),
MBA (International Business) and MBA course in collaboration
with Central Michigan University, USA. SMS, JNTUH is also
accredited by TCS. SMS, JNTUH offers PhD programs in several
areas of management and thus emerged as premier
management institute in the state through quality teaching,
training, research and consultancy. SMS, JNTUH has the best
faculty. Each professor has years of experience in teaching,
training and research. The pedagogy used in imparting
knowledge, exposes the budding managers to blossom.

elp to link up what is previously perceived as isolated instances
to fit into a broad pattern of Industrial Relations.
nderstand the trends of IR and what shape it is going to take in
the years to come.
ow IR is going to affect businesses.
ow will it affect us, as HR professionals.
aying tribute to Prof.C.S.Venkataratnam, Father of Modern
Industrial Relations in India.

Prof.Rameshwar Rao
Vice Chancellor, JNTUH
Dr. T. Kishen Kumar Reddy
Rector, JNTUH
Dr. N.V. Ramana Rao
Registrar, JNTUH.
Dr. A.R.Aryasri
Director, SMS, JNTUH.
Dr. A.R.Aryasri has three decades of experience in teaching, training,
research and consulting. He has published 12 text books published by
McGraw-Hill for B.Tech Programmes of JNTU and Anna University,
Tamilnadu. He has guided 10 PhDs. He has 60 research papers published in
national and international journals/conferences. He has received best teacher
award from government of Andhra Pradesh in the year 2008.
Prof. R.K.Mishra, Director,
Institute of Public Enterprise, Hyderabad.
Dr B.R.Virmani, Chairman, Cord-M, Hyderabad.
Sri S.Y.Siddiqui, Chief Operating Officer, Administration
Maruti-Suzuki India Ltd.Gurgon, New-Delhi
Prof.Gan Bhukta, International Management &
Marketing Consultant, New-York, USA
Sri K.J.Swarup, Deputy General Manager (HR),
ITC Bhadrachalam Paper Boards, Badrachalam.
Dr.R.Satyaraju, Chairman, PG Board of Studies,
DCMS, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam.
Dr G.Somayajulu, Director,
Nirma Institute of Management, Ahmadabad.
Dr Preetam Singh, Director,
International Management Institute, New Delhi
Prof.Y.Manohar, Gitam University, Hyderabad
Sri P Madhusudhan, CMD, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant
Prof. R.Ravi Kumar,
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.
Sri. J.Ravikanth Reddy, Founder & CEO,
Bequest Human resources Pvt Ltd.
Sri.S.S.Prasad Rao,
Dean & Director, Hyderabad Business School,
Gitam University, Hyderabad.
Prof. Vienna Rao, Vice chancellor,
Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.
Prof.V.Bala Mohan Dasa, Former Vice
chancellor Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur.
Prof. J.V.Prabhakara Rao, Former Vice Chancellor,
Rayalaseema University.
Dr. Sindu, Associate Professor,
Email:, Cell: 9849061654
Mrs. A. Santosh Kumari, Assistant Professor,
Email:, Cell: 9866518569

Conference mail id :




August 21-22, 2014

Organized by

JNTUH, Hyderabad


Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad
Kukatpally, Hyderabad -500085.
Phone : 91-040-23057111, Fax No: 91-40-23158665

Email:, Website:
After 22 years of New Industrial Policy of Liberalization,
Privatization and Globalization (LPG), India is at
crossroads in terms of finding a way for industrial peace
and prosperity. It is not exaggeration to say that the
seeds of turbulent industrial relations were sown in India
as early as 1991 itself when the Indian Econ-omy was
liberalized, privatized and globalised. In the name of cost
control and quality measures, there has been increase
focus on outsourcing and contract la-bour and with
safety net missing, the resentment among the workforce
across all the sectors has been reaching the boiling
point. The flash points are Maruti Suzuki, Pricol, Hyundai
and Regency Ce-ramics. These are not isolated
instances but they are the shape of things to come. The
factors responsible for these instances are not just
domestic. What is the role of HR professional in the
contemporary Industrial Relations?

Professor CSV: A Tribute
Late Dr.C.S.Venkata Ratnam was former Director,
International Management Institute (IMI), New Delhi.

He started his career with Department of Commerce and
Business Management, Andhra University,
Visakhapatnam. He was associated with Gitam Institute
of Foreign Trade, Visakhapatnam, Administrative Staff
College of India, Hyderabad, International Labour
Organization and Asian Productivity Organization. He
was also a visiting Faculty for two terms at University in
Graz, Austria and visiting Scholar a Japan Institute of
Labour, Tokyo, Manchester Business School (UK) and
McGill University (Canada).Humble to the core, he was
within reach of all those who desired his services .

The Best Paper adjudged from all the presentations
will carry a Cash Prize of Rs.3000/- (Rupees Three
thousand only) and this will be presented to the
Author(s) as a tribute to Dr. C.S. Venkata Ratnam

Understand what are the stumbling blocks involved in maintain
industrial peace, and how have these been addressed by the
corporate. Ways and means. to get it right and avoid the usual
pitfalls Understand the trends and best practices in Indus-trial
Relations, and how it can deliver value to the or-ganization.
Understand how to bring better governance and parity (fight
against unequal pay for equal work) among the workforce.

We invite participants to present papers on topic relating to theme
of the conference. The following is the Illustrative list of suggested

Industrial Relations: Economy and the Labour Force in India
Approaches to Industrial Relations
Industrial Relations in Comparative Frame work
Management and Employer organizations
Management of Trade Unions
Non-Union firms
Collective Bargaining
Change in the Labour-management relations in the post-
liberalized scenario
Strengthening tripartite social dialogue
Government & Industrial relations.
Reforms in Labour Legislation
National Wage Policy
Contemporary issues in Wage systems.
Standing Orders
Code of Discipline.
Handing of Industrial Disputes
Employee Participation
Quality of Work Life
Employee Engagement
High Performance Organizations
Governance and IR

The manuscripts should be typed double-spaced on one side of the
page (A4) only with wide (3 cm) margins. Figures and Tables in the
manuscript are to be included in the appropriate places and also are
presented on separate pages at the end of the manuscript. All pages
should be consecutively numbered at the bottom right corner. All text
should be justified in single column. There should not be any
underlines or footnotes. The text should be clear, concise, and in
proper English, type in 12 point Times New Roman font.

Selected papers will be published in the International conference
proceedings with ISBN volume. At least one author must have
completed registration formalities for inclusion of paper in
conference proceedings.

Students Rs 1000/- per presentation
Research Scholars Rs 2000/- per presentation

Faculty Rs 2000/- per presentation
Industry Participants Rs 3000/- per presentation
* Spot Registrations also available
Payment should be made by Demand Draft in favor of
: Seminar Convener, SMS,JNTUH

Last Date for Submission of Abstracts 01/06/2014
Intimation of Acceptance of Abstract 06/06/2014
Last Date for submission of full paper with 16/06/2014
Please send the Abstracts (Not more than 300
words) and Full Papers (Not more than 4 Pages ) to
mail id:

The conference will be held in UGC Auditorium, SMS, JNTUH.
The program will be divided into technical sessions. Each session
will be chaired by an expert from academia/ industry.

For further details contact :
Conference Director: Dr.A.R. Aryasri
Mobile No.: 8008103810

Conference Email-id: