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The First International Conference on Technological Innovation and Transformation Toward Sustainable Growth 2024

January 30 & 31, 2024 | Online | Worldwide

Organizers

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KPR college of Arts Science and Research
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Miranda House New Delhi

About

Technological innovation serves as a linchpin for fostering sustainable growth, catalyzing transformative changes across various sectors of the economy, society, and the environment. In recent years, the rapid evolution of technology has reshaped domains such as banking, finance, insurance, and service industries. This evolution is indispensable in addressing the complex challenges posed by climate change, resource depletion, and environmental degradation.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Generative AI (Gen AI) have emerged as dominant forces within the Information Technology industry. They play a pivotal role in ensuring a skilled workforce by cultivating expertise within the domain, reducing the reliance on external talent. Recognizing the significance of these advancements, the government of India enacted the Information Technology Act 2000 on October 17, 2000, providing legal recognition to electronic transactions and other forms of Electronic Commerce.

Building upon this legal framework, it is imperative for the government, businesses, and individuals to sustain their support and investments in these technologies. This commitment is essential for creating a more sustainable and prosperous future, fostering successful industry growth. This conference aims to bolster the technical skills of young minds, propelling them towards the creation of a robust hi-tech ecosystem on a global scale. By enhancing the capabilities of the upcoming generation, we contribute to the establishment of a resilient foundation for sustained technological progress and innovation.

The dynamic and fiercely competitive landscape has ushered in a multitude of challenges for the Banking, Finance, and Insurance sectors. Nevertheless, leveraging the proficiency of skilled professionals and deploying strategic approaches can metamorphose these challenges into opportunities.

In the realm of financial markets and securities, navigating the evolving landscape of the Digital Economy becomes pivotal. Embracing the concept of a Virtual Economy and fostering the development of financial markets are essential components of a forward-thinking strategy. Through adept management and forward-looking initiatives, the challenges faced by these sectors can be reframed, paving the way for innovative solutions and sustainable growth.

 

Organizers

KPR College of Arts Science and Research

KPR College of Arts Science and Research is the latest addition to the KPR fleet. The College is located in a picturesque campus of about 11 Acres. The College is run by KPR charities under the leadership of our Chairman Dr. K.P. Ramasamy. The KPR Group is one of the largest industrial conglomerate in the country with interest in Textiles, Sugar, Wind Turbines, Automobiles and Education. The College was established in the year 2019 with a vision of providing top class education and life skills to students and thereby serve the nation and beyond.

Character building and Leadership qualities are inculcated into the students to make them responsible citizens focusing on the development of society and nation. A plethora of Clubs and Events encouraged the students to take part in sports and other cultural activities.

Miranda House

MH has a rich legacy. Established at dawn of independence it provided a unique opportunity to young women for quality higher education. They set for themselves high goals and ideals. They worked for a new society in which women would enjoy equal opportunity with men in professional and public fields. In this, they were abetted by the founding faculty who were independent minded, and belonged to the select group of highly educated women in independent India with a deep concern for quality of education they imparted. They were also charged with a spirit of adventure, steeped in idealism, and committed to women empowerment and the task of building a nation. Proud of their mission as early pioneers, they worked with single-minded devotion in setting the Miranda traditions. These attributes of total dedication have contributed in a large measure to the position of distinction occupied by the college. Over near seven decades of its existence, the college has grown from strength to strength, continuing to provide an atmosphere of high academic excellence and rich cultural activities to its students. The college has established a niche for itself amongst the globally recognized premiere institutions of higher learning.

Being a college established and maintained by the University, Miranda House has a special place among the women's colleges of the University of Delhi. Its location in the heart of the University Campus, and its close interaction with the various Departments of the University and other campus colleges gives it a unique advantage. Although a women's college, it is not a cloister. It welcomes interaction with other colleges and educational organizations across the country, actively engaging both men and women in all its extramural activities, competing with the best on equal terms. The extremely distinguished list of alumnae imparts a sense of confidence and immense pride in students. They view themselves as torchbearers of great traditions. All this propels them to often explore uncharted territory, think unfettered, and bend traditions in a bid to create a better world, especially for women.

Patrons
Dr. P. Geetha
Principal, KPRCAS
Dr. Bijayalaxmi Nanda Principal, Miranda House

Convenors
Dr. K. Kumuthadevi Dean, School of Commerce KPRCAS Coimbatore
Dr. Nandini Dutta Bursar, Miranda House & Associate Professor Department of Economics Miranda House, New Delhi.

Organizing Secretaries
Dr. M.Sekar
Associate Professor & Head, Department of Commerce (CA)
Dr. K.Jothi Associate Professor & Head, Department of Commerce (E.Com)
Prof. Bashabi Gupta Professor, Department of Geography, Miranda House
Dr. Sujata Sengupta Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, Miranda House.

Coordinators
Dr.R.Sangeetha Associate Professor, Dept. of Commerce (CA)
Dr.S.Thanga Helina Assistant Professor, Dept. of Commerce (CA)
Dr. N.Saranya Assistant Professor, Dept. of Commerce (E.Com) Dr.R.Nithya, Assistant Professor of Commerce (CA)
Co-ordinating Committee
Dr. V.Vinodhini
, Associate Professor of Commerce (E.Com]
Dr.S.Monica, Assistant Professor of Commerce (CA]
Mr.N.T.Anshad, Assistant Professor of Commerce (CA)
Dr. K. Dhilip Kumar, Associate Professor of Mathematics
Dr. M.Amsaveni, Assistant Professor of Commerce (E.Com]
Ms. V.Pradeepaa, Assistant Professor of Commerce (CA)
Dr.K.Abinaya, Assistant Professor of Commerce (CA)
Ms.V.Santhi Krishna, Assistant Professor of Commerce (CA)
Organizing Committee
Dr. A. Shanthi
, Associate Professor & Head, B.Com
Dr. D. Karthika, Associate Professor & Head, B.Com PA
Dr G. Vengatesan, Associate Professor & Head, B.Com BA
Dr. C. Balakrishnan, Associate Professor & Head, B.Com B&l
Dr. G. Sethuraman, Associate Professor & Head, B.Com IT

Student Coordinators
Sumaiya Z, Ill B.Com
CA Monisha §, III B.Com CA
Yuvan Sanjay, III B.Com E.Com
Anusuya M R, II B.Com CA
Pradeep S, II B.Com CA Koushika, II B.Com E.Com

For Conference related enquiry - assistance contact Co-ordinators
Dr. S. Thanga Helina © 88702 89243
Dr. N. Saranya © 98942 11914, 97881 20370
Society Partner
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SPAST Foundation is a Non-Profit Organization

Conference Themes


Banking
Digital Banking, Hyperautomation, Cloud Computing, Blockchain Technology, Data Analytics and Big Data, Cybersecurity and Fraud Prevention, Internet of Things (loT), DevOps and Automation, Biometric Authentication, RegTech, Open Banking.

Financial
Financial Technology, Risk Management Strategies, Bank Restructuring, Electronic Banking, Neo-banking Services, Global Finance, Healthcare Financing, Financial Sustainability, Emerging Financial Systems, Financial Aid Education Programs, Machine Learning Algorithms in Financial Asset Prices, Cryptocurrency, Behavioural Finance, Effectiveness of Microfinance Institutions, Green Finance, Social Innovation in Finance & Accounting, Sustainable Accounting and Financing,
Recent Trends.

Insurance
Macroeconomic headwinds, Insurtech, ESG and sustainability, Operational resilience, M&A activity, Closed book sales, Digital
transformation and data management.

Other related topics in the domain of Commerce 
Data-Driven Approach and Future Technologies Applications of Business Intelligence and Analytics Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Emerging Technologies and Applications Business Intelligence Cycle Drivers of Digital Transformation, Security and Privacy Issues Information Technology, Management Data Governance in Business Intelligence and  Analytics- Big Data Analytics Industry 4.0.

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Conference Fee

Students 250 INR

Included in the Fee


- Oral Presentation
- Conference Sessions

- Workshop

Research Scholars 300 INR

Included in the Fee


- Oral Presentation
- Conference Sessions

- Workshop

Faculty 350

Included in the Fee


- Oral Presentation
- Conference Sessions

- Workshop

Foreign Delegates 1000 INR

Included in the Fee


- Oral Presentation
- Conference Sessions

- Workshop

Corporate/Industry 400 INR

Included in the Fee


- Oral Presentation
- Conference Sessions

- Workshop

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Peer Review Policy:

All VectMag conferences follow a stringent multi-round peer-review process, akin to scholarly journals. This characteristic has been acknowledged by our publishing partners, as evidenced by our comprehensive peer-review data submissions spanning our previous nine conferences.

 

Guidelines for Authors

Guidelines for Reviewers

Scopus has very clear set of guidelines for indexing and most people forget some basic requirements: https://www.vectmag.com/reviewer-guidelines

 

Essential Requirements

  1. Formatting should adhere to the guidelines provided by the organizer/publisher. The Organizers have assigned an internal team for formatting corrections.

  2. Image quality: Images should not be copied, under copyright, or taken from other papers as screenshots.

  3. Grammar: Corrections can be made internally. The Organizers have assigned an internal team for Grammar corrections.

  4. Author affiliations and email IDs should be accurate and functional at the time of indexing.

  5. Citations: A maximum of three self-citations is allowed.

  6. No politically sensitive articles, advertisements for a particular ideology, politician/individual, or political party.

  7. Scientific accuracy: Manuscripts with incorrect logic or scientifically unfounded claims will be rejected.

  8. Manuscripts must be relevant to the conference theme/scope; otherwise, they will not be considered.

 

Plagiarism Report:

  1. Ensure that the similarity index, excluding references, does not exceed 10%.

  2. Use either iThenticate or Turnitin software exclusively.

Review Quality and Diversity:

1. "At least 2 reviewers are needed."
2. "Both reviewers should be from two different organizations."
3. "All reviewers and authors should be from different organizations."

 

Review Comments

  1. Comments should be contextual.

  2. Comments should be actionable, and upon reading, authors should know what they need to do to improve the quality of the article.

  3. Avoid citation comments as much as possible. Only ask authors to cite references that are relevant to the article.

  4. Avoid single-line comments or no comments (e.g., Accept, Reject, good paper, Accept, bad paper, reject, etc.). Instead, provide proper reasoning for accepting or rejecting the paper.

  5. Providing relevant comments to improve a manuscript is a good review practice. Cover the following sections of the paper:

    a. Abstract: Comment on the abstract.

    b. Introduction: Comment on the introduction.

    c. Method/Proposed idea: Provide comments if you agree or disagree and suggest improvements to enhance the paper.

    d. Experiments & Results: Provide comments if you agree or disagree and suggest improvements to this section.

    e. Conclusions: Conclusions should align with the abstract and introduction based on experiments and outcomes.

    f. References: Comment on the relevance of references to the article; check for self-citation, ensuring authors have not cited more than three of their own articles.

 

Reviewer Details

All reviewers must mention their ORCID ( please go to your profile on seas transactions and add ORCID)

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