Event: Intaglio 08-09 (Website)
Organised By: IIM-Calcutta
Fest: January 8-11, 2008
Event: Confluence 08 (Website)
Organized By: IIM-Ahmedabad
Organized by: Entrepreneurship Cell (E-Cell) at IIM Calcutta
Deadline for Executive Summary Submission: October 31, 2008
More key dates here.
Event: Vista 08 – Emerging Economies Emerging Realities (Website)
Organized By:Indian Institute of Management Bangalore(IIM-B)
Fest: October 10-12, 2008
Milestones –Submission Deadline: September 27, 2008
Papyrus –Submissions Deadline: September 25, 2008
Schedule of Events.
Event: Eximius- Entrepreneurship Summit(Website)
Organised By: Entrepreneurship & Innovation Cell,IIM-Bangalore
Event: August 22-23, 2008
Deadline for Submission of Entries: August 14, 2008
Event: Conference on Marketing to Rural Consumers (Website)
Organised By: Indian Institute of Management – Kozhikode (IIM-K)
Conference: 3-5 April, 2008
Suggested by Prabhu Hari
Event: Unmaad ’08 (Website)
Organized By: Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIM-B)
Fest: February 1-3, 2008
Online Bollywood Quiz: January 21, 2008
Organised By: IIM Kozhikode
Fest: January 11-13, 2008
Backwaters is one of the most highly anticipated management events in the country and B-school students across the country look forward to it each year. Last year’s Backwaters saw more than 1000 online participants and 500 students coming down to campus to take part in it. This year the fest is even bigger than ever before with corporate as well as participation from foreign management students. The flagship event of Backwaters is Reliance White Knight, in which participants have to come up with a business plan based on the theme of ‘Urban Development which will help solve teething problems of urban India. In association with Sony Entertainment Television (SET), Backwaters also present a unique event.
Backwaters 2008 celebrates the on-going evolution of Business in India and extends a challenge to all those who would like to play a greater part in shaping the course of things to come. Don’t be content with the way things are, step up and incite the change – not only in the world at large, but within yourself. Evolution is not about being what you are. It’s about becoming better with every passing day.
Event: Manfest 2008 (Website)
Organised By: IIM-Lucknow
Key Dates: January 11-13, 2008
It’s the time and age where potential roams senseless; customs and habits have become the order of the day. Structure and intelligence dissipate away leading to a state of digress and it is indeed the opportunity to throw caution to the powers that govern our thoughts and think beyond. A call is out for those exceptional few who mobilize minds and lead the senses away to horizons unheard of transforming thoughts to their justified pinnacle.
Manfest promises something for: The Budding Entrepreneur, The I-Banker, The College Band, The Marketing man, The entertainment seeker. That’s Right, Everyone! Talks and debates by the leaders that you idolize at Leader’s Express, ‘NextCEO: Search For a Leader in the making’, ‘Treatise: The International Thought Challenge’ & ‘Call for Arms: The Battle of B-Schools’ are events that excite to name a few. Besides events in every functional area, the conclave also boasts of informal games, performances by well known bands along with a high profile rock competition promising everyone a good time.
Manfest, scheduled from January 11-13, 2008 at the IIM Lucknow campus, brings to you a plethora of events, interactive sessions and discussions centered around topics that has a bearing on times to come.
Event: Third International Conference on Public Policy and Management (Website)
Organised by: The Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
Call for Papers: December 3, 2007
Registration Deadline: May 15, 2008
Conference: August 4-6, 2008
Public-private partnerships (PPP) have emerged as a major institutional mechanism through which governments around the world are seeking to innovate in the era of market reforms. The forms and objectives of PPP vary considerably, as do the types of partners that are involved. There is now significant body of experience that has accumulated, and cases of both success and failures have been observed.
This conference will address the emerging needs of different stakeholders concerned with the study and practice of public-private partnerships. Public managers and policy makers, as well as managers of business firms need to learn the key lessons from this experience. Academics and other analysts of public policy and management would find very useful a better awareness of current trends and innovations that are emerging in relation to PPP. There is also an increasing need for strengthening pedagogic capacity of public policy and management institutions for meeting training needs of practitioners. The conference aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in the fields of public policy and management to address the above needs.
The conference will focus on the following themes: