National Conference on Revolution of Technology in Industry, Trade and Commerce | Panel Discussion

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Soon after the Inaugural session, the Panel Discussion on “Corporate Social Responsibility: Global Idea and National Importance” began. It was moderated by Dr.M.kethan, Panelist are Dr . Nirmala, Chairperson, CBSMS-BCU, Dr. Farooq Pasha, Asst-Professor, GFGC, Dr.  Mahesh Pavan, Senior Manager, Emphasis 

This doesn't mean that one agency or one organization has to cover the entire spectrum. In fact,  different organizations have expertise in different areas. So it is helpful to involve an organization that knows how to do logistics, that knows how to stockpile and distribute, and that knows how to do higher-risk activities. The impact of AI on the Teaching-Learning Process for management education. explained the relevance between the thought of Gautama Buddha and design thinking.  After that Mr. Ketan Gandhi briefed on the case study method and its importance in management education. In the post-lunch session, Swami Bodhmayanand shared inspiring stories of Swami  Vivekananda. He guided students on how to maintain spirituality and culture. He also discussed the role ofSpiritualityinEducation. 

The third paper was presented by Mr. Ayush Yadav, on the Significance of Corporate Social  Responsibility in National Welfare. The paper pointed out that CSR is about how companies manage the business processes to produce an overall positive impact on society. It was also pointed out that the intention to increase the participation in social welfare such that a company performs well in the long run. 

The fourth paper was presented by Mr. Amankera from, Responsibility-Global Idea and National  Importance. The author addressed the issue of expanding legal baselines caused by the emergence of CSR. The central theme of the paper was to understand the changing dynamics of  CSR as a Global idea and understand the significance / Implication in national scenarios. 

The fifth paper was presented by Mr. Siddharth Godha & Mr. Umang Dave, Globalization in India. The paper encouraged Indian corporate giants to perform Corporate Social Responsibility towards the underprivileged sections of the society, by promoting demand and providing them sufficient means to stand at par in order to compete with their competitors outside India so as to be able to participate in the existing system of globalization. 

The sixth paper was presented by Emerging CSR Strategies in the Era of Globalization within the  Indian Context. The paper discussed the CSR strategies, their impact on MNCs globally, and the Indian scenario specifically. 

The seventh paper was presented by Mr. Ronak: India at Centre Stage. The paper highlighted the importance of CSR undertaken by Indian firms and foreign firms alike.

The eighth paper was presented by Ms. Shinjini Kharbanda Christ University on CSR of  Transnational Corporations and Corporate Crimes- a Confluence. The paper provided a comparative view of preventing corporate crimes and the inability of the adjudicative mechanism to effectively regulate transnational corporations specifically in the case of developed countries. MBA course in Bangalore

Prof. (Dr.).Farooq Pasha, session chair, concluded the session by giving an overall view of the research conducted/presented by the researchers.

Session 2: Revolution of Technology in Industry, Trade, and Commerce 

The Second technical session on “Legal Impact Analysis of CSR in Industry, Trade, and Commerce” was chaired by Prof. S.K Jain, Head of Department, IIT-DELHI. The keynote speaker for the session was Mr. B. Sai Chandravadhan, Managing Director, Sand Legal Services Private Limited. He introduced the topic for the session and defined CSR as a business strategy adopted by the corporate sector at large and elucidated on the various laws prevalent in India for enhancing Corporate Governance. In this session, seven papers were presented. 

The first paper of the session was presented by Ms. Kiran J. Pandya and Mr. Raunak Sharma, from the Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, on the “Legal Perspectives of Corporate Social Responsibility on a Global level”. The paper focused on ensuring that corporations follow guidelines specified in various policies and compacts in order to understand their social responsibility at the National and International levels. 

The second paper of the session was presented by Ms. Arti Aneja, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, on “Morality of Multinational Beverage Corporation in India: A Paradox of CSR”. The paper suggested an extension of Corporate Governance theory and practices to take better account of the problems arising in the Beverage Industry and laid great stress on the Coca-Cola case as a landmark in this sector

Valedictory session 

HERE IT ENDS………..“With the ending of the first conference, another brick to our under-construction building of achievements was added”

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