12th oct, 2019

It is a well-known fact that India is poised to become the youngest nation in the world by 2020 with 50% of its population below the age of 29 and India’s young population will have to play a crucial role in making India the next superpower. The NITI Aayog released its comprehensive national Strategy for New India which defines clear objectives to accelerate economic growth to 9-10%and make the country a $4-trillion economy by 2022- 23.To realize this objective, a comprehensive Strategy needs to be devised to further improve the business environment in which private investors and other stakeholders can contribute their fullest towards achieving the

goals set out for New India . Citizens are connecting with their cities- with industry and governments serving as enablers- and both are benefitting. This is a universal vision for India shared by its citizens. The seminar theme New India@75 : Strategies for Transformation and Growth aptly designs its initiatives with a special focus on citizens. Some of the key highlights of the seminar would include focus on drivers of economic performance like agriculture and production, building on the infrastructure, inclusion of the important dimensions like health,

education and equity by providing a strong impetus to economic growth, and governance that would delve deep into how the structures can be streamlined and processes optimized to achieve better developmental outcomes. With extensive consultations and inputs from business experts and academicians ,the seminar would reflect ground realities and a collective consensus on addressing the challenges and achieving the goals for a New India. It attempts to present a set of ideas that can provide the basis for a constructive public-private personal

partnership and promote a positive sentiment to propel India to the front ranks of the global economy.

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NATIONAL SEMINAR THE GIG ECONOMY Redefining the Organizations
21st Sept, 2019

Gig workers are now slowly but steadily becoming an indispensable part of the modern day companies. With the start-up ecosystem in India mushrooming exponentially, many present day companies wish to hire freelancers as compared to full-timers, resultantly strengthening the outlook of the gig economy. Many researches indicate that a significant percentage of employees in our country are willing to give up on the perks that normally come with a permanent job in exchange for a greater flexibility in terms of working and the freedom to choose multiple assignments based on their specific skill sets. Niche talents who have an in-depth understanding of new-age technologies and skills are going to be gigsters of this economy. In many developing economies, the idea of the gig economy has already made deep inroads.  Gig economy somewhat eliminates the need for in-house skilling or upskilling of the regular labor force by an organization. Hence, the gig economy not only helps firms reduce internal financial pressures and bring in cost savings up to a great extent, but also provides a win-win situation for workers as well as the organizations. The objective of the seminar is to provide a common platform for academicians, corporate delegates and research scholars to discuss various barriers faced by self-employed workers. and to discuss some of the important steps that could be taken to ensure the right to freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining among independent workers.

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