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Goa Institute of Management (GIM) is pleased to host the 1st Conference on Applied Economics and Finance (CAEF) on its campus in Goa, India, from December 16 to 18, 2019. The rapidly changing socio-economic and business scenario across the globe calls for a fresh reassessment of the developmental and growth of nations, pertaining to economics and finance. Therefore, these two disciplines can be considered as the pillars of the socio-economic and industrial development of any nation.

This conference brings together academicians, research scholars, industry experts, and policymakers to present and discuss research on the frontiers of knowledge in the interconnected fields of Applied Economics and Finance. The theme of this year’s conference covers all the areas of Applied Economics and Finance.


  • arrow_drop_downDIRECTOR'S MESSAGE

    Knowledge development and research form a key emphasis area of the Goa Institute of Management. Academic conferences are of vital importance to facilitate an integrative platform to problematize on the emerging knowledge agendas and revisiting the ongoing debates. With this orientation, and in its first edition, the 1st Conference on Applied Economics and Finance (CAEF) aims to connect the two vital pillars of management science regarding to the disciplines of Economics and Financial Management. We therefore invite scholarly and practitioner contributions on diverse core, intersectional, and emerging topics from the disciplines. Combined with the specialized inputs from distinguished speakers, a participant can expect informative and enriching sessions throughout the course of the conference. Drawing from the legacy of excellence of GIM in management education, this upcoming conference is all set to make a wonderful impact by stimulating the bright minds.



    DR. AJIT PARULEKAR

    Director
    Goa Institute of Management
    Goa, India

  • arrow_drop_downCONVENOR'S MESSAGE

    It gives me immense pleasure to convene the 1st Conference on Applied Economics and Finance (CAEF) held at Goa Institute of Management from 16 to 18 December, 2019. On behalf of the organising committee of CAEF 2019, I am extremely delighted to welcome all the delegates to the conference.

    In the era of dynamic and volatile economic conditions, the importance of systematic and scientific discussion forums cannot be overlooked. I am optimistic that CAEF 2019 will provide academicians and practitioners with the appropriate platform to devise effective and sustainable policies to overcome difficult and volatile phases of economic and financial conditions. We have received quality manuscripts in the field of applied economics, finance, and management which will enable us in designing the roadmap of economic prosperity and well-being. I am thankful to the research community for submitting their scholarly research work to the conference.

    I expect the CAEF 2019 will provide a productive and memorable learning experience to all the participants. A heartfelt thank you for your valuable contribution to the success of CAEF 2019.



    DR. JOY CHOWDHURY

    Area Chairperson, General Management and Economics
    Goa Institute of Management
    Goa, India


The Conference welcomes submissions in the following areas and/or the areas closely associated to them:
  • arrow_drop_downECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
    Analytical Economics Behavioural Economics Developmental Economics Economic Policies
    Energy Economics Environmental Economics Exchange Rates International Trade
    Macro-prudential Policy Monetary Policy and Central Banking Pricing Public Economics
    Resource Economics
  • arrow_drop_downFINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
    Accounting and Regulation Asset Pricing and Portfolio Valuation Banking and Financial Services Capital Structure
    Corporate Finance Corporate Governance Entrepreneurial Finance Fair Value Accounting
    Financial Engineering Financial Markets and Market Microstructure Financial Regulation and Supervision Financial Reporting
    Financial Stability Forensic Accounting Green Reporting IFRS
    International Finance Innovation and Fintech Insurance Mergers and Acquisitions
    Microfinance and Economic Development Risk Management US GAAP



KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

DR. BABU NAHATA

Dr. Nahata is currently Professor of Economics at the University of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky. For the past 40+ years, he has taught both at the undergraduate, graduate and MBA students in Louisville and in Greece, India, Japan, Panama, Russia and Singapore. He has travelled to more than 100 countries around the world and has presented his research in Faculty Seminars and in invited lectures at many universities. He has presented his papers at the renowned national and international conferences. His work has been funded by the Japan Foundation, the Japan Society for Promotion of Science, the Soros Foundation, the World Bank, and the University of Louisville, among many others.

Dr. Nahata’s main research focus has been on multidimensional screening, pricing, mergers and economic organizations and antitrust issues related to monopoly. His current interest is in economics of happiness. His scholarly work has been published in the leading economics journals, e.g., the American Economic Review, the Journal of Political Economy, and the Journal of Business, among many others.

Dr. Nahata has consulted many firms in several countries mainly in the area of pricing and has studied the profitability of different pricing strategies for many products and services practiced by firms in the US, Japan and Russia.


DR. ROMAR CORREA

Romar Correa retired as Reserve Bank of India Professor of Monetary Economics, University of Mumbai, in 2016. From 2005 to 2008, he was Director of the Department of Economics.

He was French Government Post-Doctoral Scholar, 1996-1997, and Visitor, Maison Des Sciences de L’Homme, Paris, October-November, 2004. He was Visiting Senior Research Fellow, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, 2008; Visiting Fellow, Centre for Advanced Studies, Jadavpur University, 2011; Visiting Fellow, Central University of Hyderabad, 2018.

Prof. Correa works on the tension between micro and macro in non-neoclassical frameworks and publishes regularly in that area.




CONFERENCE TEAM

CONVENOR DR. JOY CHOWDHURY

Area of General Management and Economics
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India

ASSOCIATE CONVENOR
DR. AVIK SINHA

Area of General Management and Economics
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India
DR. MONIKA DHOCHAK

Area of Finance and Accounting
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India
DR. RAJESH PATHAK

Area of Finance and Accounting
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
PROF. DEVASHEESH MATHUR

Area of Healthcare Management
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India
PROF. KARMAN KHANNA

Area of General Management and Economics
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India
PROF. UMESH MAHTANI

Area of Finance and Accounting
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India
DR. VIVEK ROY

Area of Information Technology & Operations Management
Goa Institute of Management
Goa, India



CONFERENCE PAPERS


PAPER TITLE AUTHOR NAME INSTITUTE
A Meta-Synthesis of Auditing Fair Value Measurements (FVMs) for Systematic Review Prince Doliya Indian Institute of Management Visakhapatnam
Monika Dhochak Goa Institute of Management
A Review of the Emerging Cryptocurrency Eco-system Arpita Amarnani Goa Institute of Management
Neeraj Amarnani Goa Institute of Management
A Study on Capital Structure of Social Enterprises in India Revendranath Tirumalsety Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru
A Study on the Capital Structure Determinants of FMCG Companies in India Poornima B. G. Goa University
Pushpender Kumar Goa University
A Trade-Off Risk and Return using Finance Instruments of Real Estate Investment Trust in India Pankaj Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Dipasha Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
K. Rajagopal Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Manoj Hudnurkar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Suhas Ambekar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Manish Sinha Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
An Empirical Study of The Dimensions of Entrepreneurial Marketing Ranbir Singh Sodhi Goa Institute of Management
Dhananjay Bapat Indian Institute of Management Raipur
Assessing the Impact of Economic Integration on Growth: Evidence from South Asia Muhammad Ibrahim Shah University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
Augmentation of Cyber Physical Social Thinking (CPST) Perspective in the Fintech Era Subodh Sudhakar Mendhurwar Indian Institute of Management Indore
Beyond Success or Failure: Evolving Balance of Cooperation and Competition in Joint Ventures Akshay S. Bhat Goa Institute of Management
Capital Structure Theory Application: Empirical Evidence from Indian Manufacturers Saurabh Chadha BITS Pilani
Causal Dynamics among Foreign Direct Investment, Globalization, Institutional Quality, and Financial Development in South Asian Countries: A Panel ARDL-PMG Method Chinmaya Behera Goa Institute of Management
Bikash Ranjan Mishra National Institute of Technology Rourkela
Biswashree Tanaya Priyadarsini Goa Institute of Management
Lopamudra D. Satpathy Sushilavati Government Women’s College, Rourkela
Childhood Under-Nutrition, Inequity and Vulnerability Dynamics: Case Study of the Sundarbans Delta Region, West Bengal, India Moumita Mukherjee Independent Research Consultant, India
Comparative Analysis of Attractiveness of Indian Stock Exchange: NSE and BSE Harsh Raj Pathak ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Consumer Attitude towards Broad Brand Extensions and Its Feedback Effect on Established Brand Image: With Special Reference to SONY INDIA Soumi Paul Jain University, Bangalore
Core Inflation using Grey Relational Analysis – Evidence from India Sunil Paul Indian Institute of Technology, Goa
B. Balaji Central University of Tamil Nadu
S. Raja Sethu Durai University of Hyderabad
Corporate Governance and Energy Policy: Evidence from Indian Business Groups Nemiraja Jadiyappa BITS Pilani, Hyderabad Campus
Corporate Governance Practices and Bank Performance: Evidence from Indian Banks Brahmaiah Bezawada ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Do Network Advantages exist?: Being Zoroastrian Small Scale Entrepreneur in Modern India Akshay S. Bhat Goa Institute of Management
Does the Determinants of the Speed of Adjustment Differ for the Shariah Complaint Firms? An Evidence from India Garima Sisodia ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Anto Joseph ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Ethics and Alpha Generation through Socially Responsible Investing: Can both be attained in an Emerging Financial Market? Dipasha Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Manish Sinha Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Pankaj Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Manoj Hudnurkar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Suhas Ambekar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Evolution of Alliance Portfolios in the Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry Akshay S. Bhat Goa Institute of Management
Indrajit Mukherjee XLRI, Jamshedpur
Female Representation on Board and Firms’ Value. Does Gender Matter? Riyanka Swain BITS Pilani, KK Birla Goa Campus
Manogna R. L. BITS Pilani, KK Birla Goa Campus
Firm and Industry Specific Factors driving the Capital Structure Decisions: Evidence from India Anto Joseph ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Garima Sisodia ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Impact of Inventory Management Efficiency on Financial Performance of Manufacturing Companies Suhas Ambekar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Manoj Hudnurkar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Manish Sinha Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Pankaj Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Rakesh Yadav Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Dipasha Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Impact of Superstitions on the Performance of Stock Markets Manish Sinha Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Dipasha Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Manoj Hudnurkar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Pankaj Sharma Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Suhas Ambekar Symbiosis Centre for Management and Human Resource Development, Pune
Impact of Trading Volume on Return Volatility: Empirical Study on Sectoral Indices of NSE Sushila Telgiri Dempo College of Commerce, Goa
Poornima B. G. Goa University
Shankar Narayan Narayan Zyante College of Commerce, Goa
Major Challenges in the Transformation of India into a Cashless Economy Arunava Ghosh Indian Institute of Management Indore
Amitava Ghosh Cognizant Business Consulting
Merger & Acquisition: An Analysis on Indian Banking Sector Mafruza Sultana IFIM Business School, Bangalore
Byomakesh Debata IFIM Business School, Bangalore
Anusheel Willamson IFIM Business School, Bangalore
Abhinav Seshan IFIM Business School, Bangalore
Saurabh IFIM Business School, Bangalore
Retail Patronage Behaviour of Low-Literate Consumers Anubhav A. Mishra Goa Institute of Management
Megha Verma Mewar University, Rajasthan
Risk Assessment of Interoperability among Clearing Corporation in India Mugdha S. Kulkarni Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology, Pune
Supriya Singh Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology, Pune
Sexual Harassment Equilibria in the Workplace in India Arindam Das Gupta Goa Institute of Management
Anamika Sinha Goa Institute of Management
Nitin Upadhyay Goa Institute of Management
Speed of Adjustment in Energy and Metal Prices: Evidence from India Satish Kumar ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Stock Market Liquidity: A Literature Review Priyanka Naik Goa University
Y. V. Reddy Goa University
Study of Domino Effect of International Trade, Economic Growth and Environmental Quality with Reference to India Shahin Khan Manipal University, Jaipur
Supply Chain Collaboration in a Competitive Environment: An Assessment of Seaport Logistics Network Using a Structural Equation Model Raj V. Amonkar Goa Institute of Management
Debasis Patnaik BITS Pilani, KK Birla Goa Campus
Sustainable Agricultural Production and Global Economies Mahalakshmi S. Central University of Tamil Nadu
Thiyagarajan S. Pondicherry University
Naresh G. St. George’s University, West Indies
Sustainable Finance Practices in Indian Insurance Sector: A Long Way to Go Silky Vigg Kushwah New Delhi Institute of Management
Manav Vigg Amity University, Gwalior
Taxonomical Grouping of Firms based on Financial Performance: A Study on Listed Banks in India Naseem Ahamed ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad
Technological Disruption & Its Impact on Financial Services Deepika Dhingra Bennett University, Greater Noida
Vasuman Agarwal Bennett University, Greater Noida
Mugdha S. Kulkarni Symbiosis Centre for Information Technology, Pune
The Impact of Smoking Warning on Viewer’s Critical Processing of the Warning Kapil Khandeparkar Goa Institute of Management
Time Varying Dynamics of Volatility Spillover between Oil and Stock Returns: A Comparison between India and China Anand B. Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai
Sunil Paul Indian Institute of Technology, Goa
Understanding Green Consumerism through the Lens of Greenwashing Divya Singhal Goa Institute of Management
Deepti Jog Goa Institute of Management




ADVANCED RESEARCH WORKSHOP

As the world of research is getting complicated and more competitive day-by-day, it is necessary to stay ahead in the competition. In order to get acceptance in reputed journals, a number of things should fall in proper place. Starting from choosing appropriate co-author, choosing the context, framing the research question, choosing the analytical tool, interpreting the results, to choosing the journal – every aspect matters, when it comes to publication. This workshop provides the participants with an idea about the various aspects of publication, along with a hands-on training on advanced Econometric Techniques. This workshop is expected to give the participants a mileage in their journey towards getting good publications and building a strong career in research. In this workshop, we are focusing on three areas:

  • 1. Research Writing and Collaboration
  • 2. Publishing in Reputed Journals
  • 3. Advanced Econometrics

Kindly find the details of the themes:

  • arrow_drop_downRESEARCH WRITING AND COLLABORATION

    For preparing a good research article, it is necessary to present the ideas in a coherent manner, so that structure of the study can be readable and publishable. It has been seen that most of the journals prefer a good idea with good presentation, to an excellent idea with poor presentation. A good writing can make a huge difference in terms of deciding the quality of a research article. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the intricacies of research writing for ensuring good publication.

    While starting any study, sometimes it is also necessary to choose a co-author. Now, amongst thousands of authors around us, whom should we choose? Sometimes the role of a co-author or collaborator becomes so crucial, that it might decide upon the fate of the article. Choosing proper collaborators is a crucial task, and honing this skill can give you a competitive advantage over others. Under the purview of this topic, we will give you a brief idea about effective research writing and making effective collaborations.

  • arrow_drop_downPUBLISHING IN REPUTED JOURNALS

    “Every paper has its home” – this is a famous saying in the community of researchers. It is a dream of every researcher to see their papers published in the most reputed and topnotch journals in their respective fields. Unfortunately, not everyone is able to achieve this feat. There might be several reasons behind this, starting from the content not being in the same lines with the scope of journal, to the topic not being relevant. So what is the solution?

    Under this topic, you will be exposed to different ways of targeting a specific journal, and understand the possible ways to publish in a reputed journal. The discussion will include various examples of publication in reputed journals, and the specific ways to crack those journals.

  • arrow_drop_downADVANCED ECONOMETRICS

    With the advent of latest tools, the world of econometrics is undergoing a rapid transformation. Application of these latest tools and techniques can be visualized in case of both time series and panel data methods. Owing to these tools and techniques, publication in reputed journals is getting more competitive day-by-day. Therefore, in order to have an edge in the domain on economic and financial research, one needs to have a strong grasp over these tools and techniques.

    Under this topic, you will learn about the latest techniques in the area of time series and panel data econometrics. Along with the theory of these tools and techniques, you will also get an idea about their applications, interpretation of the results, and hands-on experience in various software with real data.




CONFERENCE SCHEDULE


Date: December 16, 2019
Time Activities
Venue: CR5
09:30 AM – 10:00 AM Registration and Tea
10:00 AM – 10:15 AM Introduction of Speakers
10:15 AM – 11:30 AM Session 1
Workshop Speaker: Prof. Babu Nahata
Topic: Research Writing And Collaboration
11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Tea Break
11:45 AM – 01:00 PM Session 2
Workshop Speaker: Prof. Babu Nahata
Topic: Research Writing And Collaboration
01:00 PM – 02:00 PM Lunch
02:00 PM – 03:15 PM Session 3
Workshop Speaker: Prof. Romar Correa
Topic: Publishing In Reputed Journals
03:15 PM – 03:30 PM Tea Break
03:30 PM – 04:45 PM Session 4
Workshop Speaker: Dr. Avik Sinha
Topic: Advanced Econometrics


Date: December 17, 2019
Time Activities
Venue: BDA 1
08:45 AM – 9:15 AM Registration and Tea
9:15 AM – 10:00 AM Inauguration Ceremony
Director’s Speech
Convenor’s Speech
10:00 AM – 11:30 AM Keynote Address
Speaker: Prof. Babu Nahata
11:30 AM – 11:45 AM Tea Break
PARALLEL SESSIONS
11:45 AM – 01:15 PM Track 1
Venue: CR5
  1. Augmentation of Cyber Physical Social Thinking (CPST) Perspective in the Fintech Era
  2. Corporate Governance Practices and Bank Performance: Evidence from Indian Banks
  3. Sustainable Finance Practices in Indian Insurance Sector: A Long Way to Go
  4. Merger & Acquisition: An Analysis on Indian Banking Sector

Track 2
Venue: CR12
  1. Comparative Analysis of Attractiveness of Indian Stock Exchange: NSE and BSE
  2. Speed of Adjustment in Energy and Metal Prices: Evidence from India
  3. Time-Varying Dynamics of Volatility Spillover between Oil and Stock Returns: A Comparison between India and China
  4. A Review of the Emerging Cryptocurrency Eco-system
01:15 PM – 02:15 PM Lunch
02:15 PM – 03:45 PM Track 1
Venue: CR5
  1. Ethics and Alpha Generation through Socially Responsible Investing: Can both be attained in an Emerging Financial Market?
  2. Stock Market Liquidity: A Literature Review
  3. Impact of Trading Volume on Return Volatility: Empirical Study on Sectoral Indices of NSE
  4. Does the Determinants of the Speed of Adjustment Differ for the Shariah Complaint Firms? An Evidence from India

Track 2
Venue: CR12
  1. A Study on the Capital Structure Determinants of FMCG Companies in India
  2. A Study on Capital Structure of Social Enterprises in India
  3. Understanding Green Consumerism through the Lens of Greenwashing
  4. Childhood Under-Nutrition, Inequity and Vulnerability Dynamics: Case Study of the Sundarbans Delta Region, West Bengal, India
03:45 PM – 04:00 PM Tea Break
04:15 PM – 05:30 PM Track 1
Venue: CR5
  1. Female Representation on Board and Firms' Value. Does Gender Matter?
  2. Firm and Industry Specific Factors Driving the Capital Structure Decisions: Evidence from India
  3. Sexual Harassment Equilibria in the Workplace in India
  4. Corporate Governance and Energy Policy: Evidence from Indian Business Groups

Track 2
Venue: CR12
  1. Beyond Success or Failure: Evolving Balance of Cooperation and Competition in Joint Ventures
  2. A Meta-Synthesis of Auditing Fair Value Measurements (FVMs) for Systematic Review
  3. Study of Domino Effect of International trade, Economic Growth and Environmental Quality with reference to India
  4. Causal Dynamics among Foreign Direct Investment, Globalization, Institutional Quality, and Financial Development in South Asian Countries: A Panel ARDL-PMG Method
05:30 PM – 05:45 PM High Tea
06:30 PM onward Live Music
Gala Dinner


Date: December 18, 2019
Time Activities
Venue: BDA 1
09:00 AM – 9:30 AM Registration and Tea
09:30 AM – 11:00 AM Keynote Address
Speaker: Prof. Romar Correa
11:00 AM – 11:15 AM Tea Break
PARALLEL SESSIONS
11:15 AM – 01:15 PM Track 1
Venue: CR5
  1. Core Inflation using Grey Relational Analysis – Evidence from India
  2. Sustainable Agricultural Production and Global Economies
  3. Capital Structure Theory Application: Empirical Evidence from Indian Manufacturers
  4. Evolution of Alliance Portfolios in the Indian Commercial Vehicle Industry
  5. Taxonomical Grouping of Firms based on Financial Performance: A Study on Listed Banks in India

Track 2
Venue: CR12
  1. Impact of Inventory Management Efficiency on Financial Performance of Manufacturing Companies
  2. Impact of Superstitions on the Performance of Stock Markets
  3. A Trade-Off Risk and Return using Finance Instruments of Real Estate Investment Trust in India
  4. Major Challenges in the Transformation of India into a Cashless Economy
01:15 PM – 02:15 PM Lunch
02:15 PM – 03:45 PM Track 1
Venue: CR5
  1. The Impact of Smoking Warning on Viewer’s Critical Processing of the Warning
  2. Retail Patronage Behaviour of Low-Literate Consumers
  3. Do Network Advantages exist?: Being Zoroastrian Small Scale Entrepreneur in Modern India
  4. Supply Chain Collaboration in a Competitive Environment: An Assessment of Seaport Logistics Network Using a Structural Equation Model
  5. An Empirical Study of The Dimensions of Entrepreneurial Marketing

Track 2
Venue: CR12
  1. Technological Disruption & Its Impact on Financial Services
  2. Assessing the Impact of Economic Integration on Growth: Evidence from South Asia
  3. Risk Assessment of Interoperability among Clearing Corporation in India
  4. Consumer Attitude towards Broad Brand Extensions and Its Feedback Effect on Established Brand Image: With Special Reference to SONY INDIA
Venue: CR 12
04:15 PM - 05:00 PM Valedictory Address
05:00 PM – 05:30 PM High Tea




CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

In order to register for the conference successfully, you must finish the following steps:

Fill in the complete Registration Form along with the online payment details/reference no. etc. and send the scan copy of the duly filled registration form to caef2019@gim.ac.in on or before 06th December, 2019 (Extended Deadline).

Please refer to the Registration Form for the applicable conference fees, accommodation charges, and bank transfer details. You must refer to the payment as "CAEF 2019" while doing bank transfer. The registration for the conference automatically registers you for the workshop with no extra charges.

For the Best Paper Award, the submission deadline has been extended to 30th November, 2019.

REGISTRATION FEES
Registration fee includes conference attendance, advanced research workshop attendance, conference kit, refreshments, lunch, and Gala dinner.
Nature of Participants* From Goa Outside Goa
Faculty Members INR 4,000 INR 8,000
Self-Sponsored Faculty Members** INR 2,000 INR 4,000
Full-Time Research Scholars / PhD Students INR 1,500 INR 3,000
Industry Professionals INR 12,000 INR 12,000
* Registration fees for National & International participants are same.
** Self-sponsored faculty members will have to produce a letter from their institute stating they are managing conference expenses by themselves.

(Disclaimer: Full papers are required only for the Best Paper Award. Else, only extended abstract is sufficient for conference presentation.)



CONFERENCE DOWNLOADS

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