AICTE Sponsored Two Day Inter-disciplinary National Conference On Atmanirbhar Grameen Bharat– Empowerment Through Strategies and Appropriate Technology Research (AGRESAR 2022) THEME:‘Rural Innovation and Entrepreneurship towards sustainable and resilient communities: A Step towards Atmanirbhar Bharat’ The economic crisis triggered by the coronavirus pandemic in 2020 gave birth to the Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan. Atmanirbhar means ‘self-reliant’. India’s self-reliance will be based on five pillars: Economy, Infrastructure, Technology driven system, Vibrant demography and Demand. India being an agricultural country where more than 70% population is in villages. It is priority to develop Atmanirbhar rural place and population. Improving the quality of living, implication of innovative solutions and best practices in Engineering & Management have critical role to play. The prime goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental activities in Engineering, Management & Applied Sciences.

MICON 2018

MICON 2018 – Management International Conference on ‘Emerging trends in Human Resource Management’ was jointly organized by Department of Management Technology (DMT), Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCOEM), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and University of District of Columbia (UDC), USA on 14th & 15th December, 2018 at Hotel Tuli Imperial. Aim of the two day Conference was to provide a platform to academicians, industrialists and students for knowledge sharing and an opportunity for interacting with the eminent Corporate HR Heads from across India.
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‘MICON 2016’

The Department of Management Technology, has organized ‘MICON 2016’, an International conference on 7th, 8th and 9th January 2016. The conference was organized in association with The Newcastle Business School, London Northumbria University, U.K and the National Institute of Personnel Management (NIPM). Based on the theme‘The Strategies in the present scenario for managing growth and competitiveness’ the conference offered a platform for the brainstorming and exchange of ideas that would enable companies to drive growth and become globally competitive.
A Pre Conference School was organized at DMT, RCOEM on 7th January 2016 as a pre cursor to the International Conference, MICON 2016, to be hosted on 8th and 9th January 2016.
The conference has received overwhelming response from both academia and corporate. People like Dr. G China Babu, SAP-Lead Consultant, Hyderabad, Mr. V K Khare, General Manager, Powergrid Corporation of India, Mr. Hemant Pande, Chief Manager (Mining), Gevra Area, South eastern Coalfields Limited also participated and presented their papers in the Conference MICON 2016.
Shri Vinod Padmanabhan, Works director, Raymond’s and Shri Dipankar Shom, Executive Director, MOIL Ltd. graced the occasion with their presence. Shri Govinlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM, Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal, and Dr. N. V. Shah, Head, DMT, RCOEM, Prof. Q. H. Jeevaji, Former Director, DMT were prominently present on the occasion. Sponsors for the conference were MOIL, SBI, LIC, Raymond and Friends Design Studio


Colloquium 2014

Two Day 1st International Conference on the theme “Strategies in the present scenario for Managing Growth & Competitiveness” on 8th and 9th January, 2014 at Nagpur.

Growth champions identify and track emerging developments and link these directly to new growth investments. In order to drive and sustain growth all organizations need to build for the future. The key is to identify the most relevant opportunities, define how and where to achieve distinctive advantage and then decide how best to build, focus and deploy resources.
Keeping this growing need in mind, Department of Management Technology, Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering & Management, Nagpur, is organizing a two-day 1st International Conference on the theme, “Strategies in the present scenario for Managing Growth & Competiveness” on 3rd and 4th March, 2014for research scholars, academicians and delegates from industry.

Vitarka 2012

Two Day National Conference on the theme “Emerging Strategies for sustainable growth & competence” on 2nd and 3rd March, 2012 at Nagpur.

While economic growth is vitally important, it is critical to deliver this in a way that does not elevate pure profit above societal or environmental value.
Growth is about much more than providing a boost to sales, margins and the bottom line. It is about creating value for all stakeholders; economic value for the shareholders; social value for employees, their families and friends, local communities and social networks; as well as value for ecosystems and the environment. To-day’s era is very hypercompetitive; a key feature of the new economy is the changing business scenario. The pace of change is increasing at an exponential rate. Continuous change and maintenance of high standards of quality products, services and processes have become prerequisites of the organization’s success in to-day’s competitive world. Organizations can rarely stand still for long. In highly competitive environment, where competition is global and innovation is continuous, change has become a core competency of organizations.