2 DAYS INT’L WORKSHOP
CT University (CTU) organized an International Multidisciplinary Academic Research Conference (IMARC 2019) on 6th and 7th of September at CTU, Ludhiana, Punjab. The conference covers all the disciplines of Engineering, Management, Architecture, Law, Pharmacy, Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Design, Humanities, and Media etc. This research oriented conference is a programme under flagship of Research and Innovation Centre for Excellence (RICE).
The key attractions were 06 key note speakers; various foreign delegates from Iraq, Dubai, Malaysia, Bangladesh. More than 400 papers were received and more than 150 presenters enrolled themselves. The key speakers were Dr. Chithirai Pon Selvan from Curtin University, Dubai; Prof. Dr. Abdul Hannan Chowdhury, Vice Chancellor, Primeasia University, Bangladesh; Dr. Ravindhar Vadapalli from FinTech, United Arab Emirates, Ahsanul Haq, President Jalandhar Management Association, Vinod K. Pandita, Founder & CEO Perception Management Consulting Pvt. Ltd, Gurgaon and Prof. Dr. David Asirvatham Executive Dean, Faculty of Innovation and Technology Taylor’s University, Malaysia.
Prof. Dr. Abdul Hannan Chowdhury,
Vice Chancellor, Primeasia University
Dr. David Asirvatham
Executive Dean, Faculty of Innovation and Technology
Taylor’s University, Malaysia.
Jalandhar Management Association
Dr. Chithirai Pon Selvan
Curtin University, Dubai
Dr. Rizwan. A .Thakur
Dr. Ravindhar Vadapalli
United Arab Emirates
Dr. Chithirai Pon Selvan from Curtin University, Dubai focussed on waterjet technologies, conventional machining processes and said, “This technology is an edge cutting technology and we develop models with an approach of saving water. Various experiments were conducted in varying the traverse speed, abrasive flow rate, standoff distance and water pressure. The future can be water friendly and CTU students can collaborate with us for internships as well.”
Prof. Dr. Abdul Hannan Chowdhury, Vice Chancellor, Primeasia University, Bangladesh said, “Higher education has arrived a period or profound transition driven by globalization, technology, demographics and pressing social demand. It is very important to understand the challenges, opportunities, potential risks and rewards associated with this transition. In the light of recent developments, I think future poses serious challenges for teaching in the academic institution, doing research, pioneering innovation and service. Academic institutions must go beyond their boundaries to enhance knowledge exchange and knowledge sharing opportunities to create better world.”
IMARC had various sessions track wise; where students, research scholars, industrialists and academicians participated. The tracks had a panel discussion, chaired by experts from different domains. Tracks were of: Engineering and Technology, Humanities, Agriculture, Management Studies, Architecture & Design, Law, Natural Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences and Hotel Management, Airlines & Tourism.
IMARC Multidisciplinary Academic Research Conference had workshops for students and faculty
Innovate or Evaporate: Session 1 was conducted by Mr Munish Jindal Founder & CEO HoverRobotix and Session 2 was by Mr Vinod K. Pandita, Founder & CEO Perception Management Consulting Pvt. Ltd.
Wealth from the Waste: Session was conducted by Mr Gauravdeep Singh, Founder Initiators of Change and Ms Tanvir Kaur, Assistant Professor, CT University.
.Retail Marketing: Dr. Puja Sukhija & Mr. Devendra Koli, Academic Advisor, Platform Trainer- Future Sharp Skills Ltd.
Free Open Source Software(FOSS): Mr. Tanvir Singh, Training Manager of Punjab & Haryana Region for MHRD Govt. of India.