The Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bodh Gaya, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge, organized a two-day International Conference on Sustainable Development Goals.
According to a statement issued by IIM-Bodh Gaya on Sunday, the two-day conference that concluded on Saturday received papers from 25 states in India.
“International letters were also received from the United States, the Netherlands and Mauritius … The conference had a special emphasis on the UN Targeted Sustainable Development Goals. The theme of the conference was Management of Economic Growth and Financial Stability: The SDGs and the Era of the ESG in”, it said.
The conference received 450 papers, of which 300 were accepted, and 253 papers were presented in 50 tracks by expert researchers, scholars, and industry specialists with spectacular insights on Retracing Carbon Footprint, Strategic Sustainable Development, Electric Vehicles and Sustainability, and many more. The conference received papers from 25 states of India, said the statement.
This two day conference provided a platform for the research scholars to share and exchange their ideas and also their research papers.
Preeti Roy and Dr Suman Saurabh (Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, IIT Kanpur), Naveenan R.V, Srinidhi Gadeela and Abhishek Amar (Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Symbiosis International University) and Kavita Kamboj (Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), and Nawal Kishor, Indira Gandhi National Open University were awarded the first, second and third ‘Best Paper’ awards respectively.
“IIM Bodh Gaya through this conference aims at training the budding researchers of the country to adopt the right methods to effectively address their research questions. A good peer learning experience as well as world class researchers. The training from these will increase the presence of Indian researchers in globally recognized publications. For the same, a two-day pre-conference workshop was also organized on September 14 and 15”