Publsihed: Monday, 6 March, 2017 11:30 AM
6th Jaipuria Annual Management Conference (JAMC-2017), Noida
Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida has pioneered in providing its students with industrial exposure in one way or the other. Keeping up with the trend, Jaipuria Noida, on March 4th, 2017 hosted its 6th Jaipuria Annual Management Conference (JAMC) in their Campus. The conference was spread over two sessions, each with a galaxy of eminent speakers from the industry. The event was a joint effort by the Ms. Kanchan Rana, Ms. Supriya Massey, Mr. Narayan Samant, Dr. Deepak Singh and Dr. Utkarsh. The session was opened by the director Dr. Rajiv R. Thakur – Director, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida. He emphasized on the change in the trends because of the changing technologies and also discussed how demonetization was embraced by the banks in a commendable manner.
The event was graced by Mr. Anirban Chaudhuri, Senior Vice President & Executive Planning Director at J. Walter Thompson, Delhi as our guest of honor; Mr. R ANAND, Sr. Vice President-HR, HCL Technologies as our chief guest and Mr. Kamal Singh, Executive Director, UN Global Compact Network India as our key speaker. The session demonstrated to the students how internet and social media has made us open and widely connected. Also that technology is soon going to take over the HR systems in form of digital assistants.
In Session I - Impact of Digital Technologies on the Economy, Society & Business - the esteemed panelists Mr. Prakash Rao (People Strong), Mr. Tarun Minocha (Accenture), Mr. Pranav Kumar (Adobe), Mr. Kumar Awanish (Cheil India), Mr. Sajja Chowdhury (PolicyBazaar.com) and Mr. Ankit Prasad (Boobleapp) dwelled upon how digitization, along with bringing great opportunities, also demands meticulous and advanced planning strategy for companies, the public sector, and society alike. From a company’s perspective, there is every reason to review everything from business models, trademarks, collaborations, eco-systems, organization, investments, culture/values etc. to identify the impact of digitization.
Session II was encapsulating the way technology has impacted the learning of youth. Our chief panelists were Mrs. Bhawna Oberoi (The Outlook Group), Ms. Geetanjali Khanna (EduVision Retail Technologies Pvt. Ltd), Mr. Nirmal Singh (Wheebox) How India needs to find a way in which the students are free to choose the topic of their learning while their school this will help the students learn in a better way. Time has changed the way we interact from letters to telephones to email to social media. Education has to keep the pace with the changing technologies however the pace is slower for the same in India; this is leading to a technological misbalance among the urban and the sub-urbs. This is a matter of concern. Technological impact doesn’t really impact the education as such but the whole learning process rather.
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