Warangal: Two-day AICTE sponsored national e-conference begins at VCOE

A total of 130 authors from more than 15 states across India presented papers in the e-conference.

By   |  Published: 18th Sep 2020  5:11 pm

Warangal Urban: An AICTE, New Delhi, sponsored two-day national e-conference on ‘Innovations in Management Teaching and Research Methods’ commenced at the MBA Department of Vaagdevi College of Engineering, Bollikunta, Warangal, on Friday.

Delivering the keynote address at the conference, Prof Rajashekhar Bellamkonda of the School of Management Studies, University of Hyderabad (UoH) touched upon different important innovative areas of management teaching and research methods. He also explained different tools like FLIP Classes, Case Study methods among others and advised all the institutions to follow these innovative methods which engage not only students but also enhance the competence levels of students that makes them the best managers in the country.

Prof P Ramlal from NIT Warangal, Urdu Professor Badiuddin from  Maulana Azad National University, Hyderabad, Prof G Sreedhar from IIM Kozhikode, Kerala and  Dr Sindhu, Director of JNTUH, were resource persons at  the e-Conference.

A total of 130 authors from more than 15 states across India presented papers in the e-conference. The inaugural function held before paper presentations attended by Secretary  and Correspondent Dr Ch Devender Reddy, Joint Secretary Dr Ch Satyapal Reddy , Principal Dr K Prakash, Prof G.Krishna Murthy, Director Jayamukhi Institute of Technical Sciences, Prof Bhavani Prasad from Kakatiya University (KU), Dr Ch.Suresh Chandra from Vaagdevi College of Engineering acted as chairpersons  for day-one session.

Head of the MBA Department and Convener Dr Y Bhaskar Rao, Coordinator Dr Shaik Mahaboob Syed, Co-coordinator Murali, members Dr G Saroja, Dr P Shivashankar, K Shekhar and faculty and scholars  of MBA Department attended the programme.

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