Conference

15 th Annual Conference on ‘Building World-Class Indian Companies and Competence: Strategising for the Future’ February 4, 2017

The 15th Annual Conference on ‘Building World-Class Indian Companies and Competence: Strategising for the Future’ began with the ceremonious lighting of lamp by our esteemed dignitaries, followed by Ganesh Vandana.

ANNUAL CONCLAVE “TRANSFORMING INDIA” (14th Feb, 2016)

14th Annual Conclave -2016 “Transforming India” started up with the lighting of lamp by Prof. NS Rajan & Dignitaries present and Ganpati Vandna.

MTHR Global Conference (19th December 2015)

We are pleased to share with you the details MTHR Global Seminar which took place on 19th Dec ’15 on the below shared location.This Conference had a high amount of practical take away for you to implement in your organization

13th Annual Conclave - Ashwamedh 2015 putting India back on the high growth Trajectory.

The Dean, Prof.N.S.Rajan Sir gave a powerful start to the session by explaining the theme and discussing the current economic scenario of India. To bring about a change, he highlighted the importance of implementation because planning alone cannot suffice. He also threw light on the major areas of development such as technology, engineering and R&D. India needs to focus more on innovation. There are a lot of markets which are still untapped and can be exploited for growth and development of the country.

International Research Conference

The Atharva Institute Of Management Studies organized a National Research Conference on the theme “Emerging Patterns Of Innovation In Businesses: Challenges And Strategies” on July 19th, 2014 with an intend to provide a platform for academia, industry professionals to share, deliberate and discuss

Atharva’s 11th Annual Conclave Aswamedh 2014 – A Grand Success

he Atharva Institute of Management Studies(AIMS) campus witnessed a massive gathering at its 11th Annual Conclave-Ashwamedh 2014. Prof N.S.Rajan, Dean introduced the theme of the conclave, ‘Reimagining India-power in search of purpose’, which raised key issues facing the new generation on their expectations of a Vibrant India. Students had a wonderful exposure to contemporary knowledge and innovative ideas that added value to their skills and intellectual ability.

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