One Day National Conference on ‘Multi Disciplinary Approach to Innovation, Transformation and Challenges’.
India is a rising economic power and a n increasingly important locus of innovation. This widespread stimulation led the IQAC and Research cell of our college to organize a One Day National Conference on Saturday, 23 March, 2019 at Nirmala Hall. The theme was ‘Multi Disciplinary Approach to Innovation, Transformation and Challenges’. Almost three months long preparation by the Conference Secretary and the Conference Convener with their team culminated into a praiseworthy successful program with the reception of 80 research papers, out of which 63 papers got selected to be published and 14 papers were presented in two technical sessions.
The CEO Appetals Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Shri Ishwar Jha was the chief guest and keynote speaker of the Inaugural session. The session was beamed with the gracious presence of the Director, Nirmala Memorial Foundation Smt. Aruna Desai, Principal, Degree College Mrs. Swiddle D’Cunha, Principal, Junior College, Mrs. Sylvia Fernandes, Principal, B.ED College Shri Vijay Javlekar, Mentor B.Sc. IT & CS Prof. S.B. Patil and the Chairperson of the Technical Session, Dr. Shailesh Kediya, Associate Professor and HOD, DIMIETR,Wardha, besides the conference secretary and convener Dr. Poonam Kakkad and Dr. Alpa Upadhyay respectively.
The inaugural function was addressed by Shri Ishwar Jha where he literally demonstrated the word innovation amidst the audience. Dr. Alpa shared the glimpses of the sub-themes of technical sessions while the Principal Mrs. Swiddle D’Cunha presented the glorious journey of the college and the culmination of conference idea.
The paper presentations were marked with authenticity and sincerity. Research papers of Ms. Shraddha Karande of Smt. P.N.Doshi Women’s College and Shri Bharat Joshi of K.P.B. Hinduja College of Commerce were declared the Best Research Papers of their respective technical sessions.
The USP of the conference was the UGC approved E-Journal ISSN 2394-7780 with an impact factor of 7.36.