National Seminar on Make in India: Problems and Prospects
28th-29th May 2015, Hyderabad, India

Conference Objectives

The main objective of the seminar is to understand the ground realities of the MII programme, evaluate the rising constraints, problems and prospects of Make in India and to bring corporate experts, academicians and researchers under one roof to share views, experiences on common platform for Indian development (MAKE IN INDIA).

About the Institute

The GLOBAL EDUCATION CENTRE was established in 1999 by the MADINA EDUCATION AND WELFARE SOCIETY (MEWS), Hyderabad to transform education and give a new edge in the tough competition. The eco-friendly campus is spread over 30acres of springing green lawns and it is a permanent site which belongs to Madina society. We are one of the best schools under umbrella of Osmania University. This is the stepping stone for greater achievements in the years to come. We have decided to work in the field of education with all dedication and commitment to meet the challenges of the 21st century. We hope that through the tool of education, minds can be built-up and thinking process can be channelized and we will be able to buildup rational, realistic and reasonable thinking process amongst the young generation to become future managers and entrepreneurs.

Registrations open now! BOOK YOUR SPOT Early bird deadline: 1. April. 2015
Key Benefits
  • Expand your knowledge base about the subject
  • Paper presentation would enhance your communication skills
  • Widening of academic network by meeting professionals with shared research interest
  • Access to innovative research ideas and concepts
  • Interaction with scholarly peers and exchange of views and opinions
  • Dissemination of your research through international journal publication
  • Governing board of University
  • Executive council members & policymakers
  • Corporate personalities and entrepreneurial directors
  • Department heads and academicians
  • Professors and lecturers
  • Research scholars and students
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