DAY 2
 
 MARCH 17, 2006
 
 THEMATIC SESSION 2 :  09.00 - 11.00

 Theme: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN EMERGING ECONOMIES
 CHAIR : Professor L.M. Bhole
     Professor of Economics and Ex-Head, Department of HSS, IIT Bombay
 CO-CHAIR: Professor James C. Hayton
     Department of Management, Bocconi University–IOSI, Viale Isonzo, Milano, ITALY
 RAPPORTEUR: Mr. Ajay Gaur
     Doctoral Student, Department of Business Policy, National University of Singapore
 Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth - The Indian Perspective.
 Profs. Pramod Pathak & Saumya Singh
     Department of Management Studies, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad
 Development and Growth of SSI in India
 Mr. Hitendra Bargal
     Indian Institute of Management, Indore
 Prof. Ashish Sharma
     University Institute of Management, R.D.V.V., Jabalpur
 Developing Entrepreneurial Workforce for Sustainable Growth of Small-scale Sector
 Dr. V. P. Wani
     Workshop Superintendent, National Institute of Technology, Kurukshetra
 Outsourcing in Management Education: An Entrepreneurial Opportunity
 Prof. Rakesh Gupta
     Assistant Professor, NIILM - CMS, New Delhi
 Dr. V J Sebastian
     Assistant Professor, IMT - Ghaziabad
 Role of Financial institutions in Promoting Entrepreneurship in India
 Prof. U C Jha
     Maharana Pratap Engineering College, Kothi, Mandhana, Kanpur
 Social Entrepreneurship in Eye Health: A Sustainable and Equitable Model
 Mr. D. John
     Associate Administrator, L V Prasad Eye Institute, Banjara Hills, Hydrabad
 A New Perspective of Micro Financing to Develop Business Opportunity and Entrepreneurship
 Profs. Vinay Sharma & Himanshu Misra
     Management Department, SRMCEM, Lucknow

 TEA BREAK :  11.00 - 11.30
 THEMATIC SESSION 3:  11.30 - 13.00

 Theme: PERFORMANCE OF SMEs AND FAMILY MANAGED BUSINESSES
 CHAIR: Professor Sundaresan Jayaraman
     College of Management, School of Polymer, Textile & Fiber Engineering
     Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
 CO-CHAIR: Professor K. Kamalanabhan
      Department of Management Studies, IIT Madras
 RAPPORTEUR: Ms. Sumita Dutta
     Doctoral Student, SJMSOM, IIT Bombay
 Export Performance of Emerging Market Firms
 Mr. Ajai S Gaur
     Doctoral Student, Department of Business Policy, National University of Singapore
 Capital Structure Dynamics: Are Young and Small Firms Different?
 Mr. M. Prashanth & Prof. K. Narayanan
     Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Bombay
 Effect of Market Turbulence and Market Focus on Firm's Performance in Small and medium scale Manufacturing Firms
 Prof. S. S. Gaur
     SJMSOM, IIT Bombay
 Prof. Hari Vasudevan
     Sanghavi College of Engineering, Mumbai University, Mumbai
 Family Managed Businesses: Governance & Succession
 Prof. Jayshree Suresh
     SRM School of Management, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Kattankulathur
 Prof. T. R. Rajan
     Former Director, A. F. Ferguson & Company and currently Consultant, Chennai
 Demystifying Family - Owned Businesses: An Investigation of the Value Systems, Leadership styles and Management Practices Followed by Founding Members
 Prof. Niti Singh, Mr. Charan Deep Singh and Ms. Pooja Mukhi
     Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai
 Family Business and Entrepreneurship in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry
 Prof. Alison Morrison
     University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland
 Prof. Jack Carlsen
     Curtin University, Perth, Australia
 Prof. Don Getz
     Calgary University, Calgary, Canada

 LUNCH :  13.00 - 14.00
 DISTINGUISHED TALK :  14.00 - 14.30

 Speaker: Professor Stephen Eppienger
     Dy Dean, MIT, Sloan School of Management, USA
     Theme: Design and Development of Products
 CHAIR: Professor M G Korkaonker
     Head, SJMSOM, IIT Bombay
 RAPPORTEUR: Ms. Sumita Dutta
     Doctoral Student, SJMSOM, IIT Bombay

 THEMATIC SESSION 4 :  14.30 - 16.30

 Theme: REGIONAL STUDIES ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP
 CHAIR: Professor. Brian Dabson
     Associate Director, Rural Policy Research Institute & Research Professor
     Truman School of Public Affairs, University of Missouri - Columbia
 CO-CHAIR: Professor Shailendra Singh
     Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
 RAPPORTEUR: Ms. Upasana Agrawal
     Doctoral Student, SJMSOM, IIT, Bombay
 Growth Strategy in Small Manufacturing Organisations: A Study on Madhya Pradesh & Maharashtra.
 Prof. Satyajit Majumdar
     T. A. Pai Management Institute, Manipal
 Start-up Interventions in Entrepreneurship: Models for Orissa, India
 Prof. S. B. Misra
     Faculty of Management Studies, BITS, Pilani, Rajasthan
 Role of Promotional Policies and Practices in the Success of Entrepreneurship in Small and Medium Enterprises in India (A Case Study of Punjab and Haryana)
 Dr. Gajendra Singh
     Lecturer, Department of Business Management, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar
 Entrepreneurial Ambience of Eastern U.P. : A Scanning
 Prof. P.S. Tripathi
     Faculty of Management Studies, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi
 Towards a Model of Entrepreneurship - The SETWIN Model in Andhra Pradesh
 Prof. Sita Vanka
     School of Management Studies, University of Hyderabad, Gachi Bowli, Hyderabad
 Dr. S.Chandrasekhar Reddy
     Senior Co-ordinator, SETWIN, Hyderabad.
 Motivational Factors Influencing Industrial Entrepreneurship in Rajasthan
 Prof. R. Raghunathan
     Faculty, Management Group, Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani
 Perceived Constraints of Rural Entrepreneurs Related with their Income Generating Enterprises: A Perspective of Bihar State
 Prof. A K Singh
     Department of extension education, Rajendra Agri University, PUSA, Bihar
 Entrepreneurship and Tourism Management: A Swot analysis of Sikkim
 Amit Chakladar
     Department of Management Studies, Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Majitar, Rangpo East Sikkim

 TEA BREAK :  16.30 - 1700
 DISTINGUISHED TALK :  17.00 - 17.30

 Speaker: Professor Alistair R Anderson
     Director of the Charles P Skene Centre for Entrepreneurship, Aberdeen Business School
     Theme: Conceptual Aspects of Entrepreneurship with Reference to Rural Entrepreneurship
 CHAIR: Professor Robert Jones
     Academic Leader, Human Resource Management and Organisation Studies
     Faculty of Business and Enterprise, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
 RAPPORTEUR: Ms. Shalini Pathak
     Doctoral Student, SJMSOM, IIT Bombay

 THEMATIC SESSION 4 :  17.00 - 19.00

 Theme: WOMEN & RURAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP
 CHAIR: Professor Alistair R Anderson
     Director of the Charles P Skene Centre for Entrepreneurship
     Aberdeen Business School, UK
 CO-CHAIR: Dr. (Ms.) P Sinha
     Director, AMDISA, Hydrabad
 RAPPORTEUR: Dr. Abhilasha Singh
     Management Institute, Varansi
 Women Entrepreneurship - a Case of Micro Enterprises
 Dr. N. Manimekalai & Mr. A Mohammed Abdullah
     Centre for Women's Studies, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli
 Psychosocial Perceptional Differences: An Empirical Exploratory Study on Indian Food Processing Women Entrepreneurs
 Dr. R. Ganesan
     Assistant Professor, Xavier Institute of Management & Entrepreneurship, Bangalore
 Dr. R.P. Pradhan
     Lecturer & Public Relations Officer, Humanistic & Management Group, BITS, GOA
 Dr. R.C. Maheshwari
     Professor, Centre for Rural Development and Appropriate Technology, IIT Delhi
 Pathways to Decent Work for Low-Income Young Women: Is Self-Employment the Best Option
 Dr. Mary Philip Sebastian
     Programme Officer, Population Development Council, New Delhi
 Rural Women Entrepreneurship through Self-Employment - a Case of SGSY
 Ms. Amudharani
     Teacher Research Fellow, Department. of Economics, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli
 Dr.N.Manimkalai
     Director, Centre for Women's studies, Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirapalli
 Self Employment Scheme: The Income Restoration Strategy of Rehabilitation Action Plan for Project Affected Persons in Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited
 Prof. N. Ganesh
     Department of Management Studies, Satyabhama Institute of S & T, Chennai
 Role of NGO in Women Entrepreneurship: AVVAI Nagapattinam
 Prof. G. Rajeswari
     A.D.M. College for Women, Nagapattinam.
  Network of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development (NEED): A Facilitating organization of Micro-enterprise and Self Help Groups
 Shailendra Singh
     Indian Institute of Management, Lucknow
 Self Help Group (SHG) as a catalyst for Entrepreneurship
 Profs.Vaidehi Pandurengan & Suhas. S. Naitam
     Institute of Management Studies, Career Development and Research, Ahmednagar
 Making of the Rural-Rainmakers: A Study of RUDSETI Approach of Rural Entrepreneurship Development
 Prof. Ganesh Bhat S
     St. Mary's College, Shirva, Udupi, Karnataka

 


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