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Programme Schedule 1st International Conference on Vedic Foundations of Indian Management during April 19-21, 2012 in Haridwar, Indiaas of April 9, 2012

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Invited to participate - 1st International Conference on Vedic Foundations of Indian Management during April 19-21, 2012 in Haridwar, India in collaboration with Faculty of Management Studies, …

Invited to participate - 1st International Conference on Vedic Foundations of Indian Management during April 19-21, 2012 in Haridwar, India in collaboration with Faculty of Management Studies, University of Delhi and Center for Indic Studies, University of Massachusetts (Dartmouth), USA. The conference is being hosted by University of Patanjali, Haridwar. Schedule to be amended by organizer to include my 20 min. presentation on Cultural Diversity and Interdependence.

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  • Final programme updated to show my presentation on 19 April Session 2, Cultural Diversity and Interdependence. Intro to presentation:

    Carl Jung said after a visit to India in 1938:

    It is quite possible that India is the real world, and that the white man lives in a madhouse of abstractions. Life in India has not yet withdrawn into the capsule of the head. It is still the whole body that lives. No wonder the European feels dreamlike; the complete life of India is something of which he merely dreams. When you walk with naked feet, how can you ever forget the earth?
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  • Intro to my presentation at conference: Carl Jung said after a visit to India in 1938:

    It is quite possible that India is the real world, and that the white man lives in a madhouse of abstractions. Life in India has not yet withdrawn into the capsule of the head. It is still the whole body that lives. No wonder the European feels dreamlike; the complete life of India is something of which he merely dreams. When you walk with naked feet, how can you ever forget the earth?
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  • 1. 1 ISOL RESEARCH FOUNDATION ORGANIZES VFIM 2012 1st International Conference on Vedic Foundations of Indian Management April 19-21, 2012 Venue: Yog Gram, Haridwar Hosted By University of Patanjali, Haridwar EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 20126.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 2. 2April 19, 2012Inaugural Ceremony: 9.30 a.m. – 1.00 p.m.1. Welcome by Prof. Sunita Singh Sengupta, Conference Convener & Founder ISOL 8 minutes Research Foundation2. Chanting Vedic Mantras & Lighting the Lamp 5 minutes Inaugural Remarks by Prof. J.K.Mitra, Chairperson, ISOL Research Foundation 10 minutes3. Welcome by Acharya Balkrishnaji, General Secretary, Patanjali Yogpeeth 15 minutes4. Keynote Address by Prof. M.M.Pant, Ex. Pro Vice Chancellor, IGNOU on “The 30 minutes Evolution of Management: From Ancient Times To The Present And Foreseeable Future"5. Keynote Address by Prof. Kapil Kapoor on ‘Indian (Vedic) Foundations of 30 minutes Economy: Synthesis of Cultural, Spiritual, Economic and Polical Thought’.6. Vote of thanks by Prof. Sunita Singh Sengupta, Conference Convener 5 minutes Session Break 11.00-11.15a.m Special Session on Inter Faith Perspectives on Vedic Literature 11.15- 1.00p.m. Session Chair : Prof. J.K.Mitra, FMS, University of Delhi1. P.P.Swami Chidanand Saraswati , Parmarth Niketan Ashram Rishikesh2. Acharya Balkrishna, Patanjali Yogpeeth3. Ezekiel Isaac Malekar, Rabbi(Priest) and Honorary Secretary, Judah Hyam Synagogue4. Sadhavi Bhagwati Saraswati, Parmarth Niketan Ashram Rishikesh5. Dr. A. K. Merchant, National Trustee, Lotus Temple & Baha’i Community, Of India; General Secretary, Temple of Understanding of India6. Fr Babu Joseph, Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India, Delhi. Interaction 12.30 –12.45p.m.7. Release of Conference Proceedings 3 minutes8. Vote of thanks by Prof. Sunita Singh Sengupta, Conference Convener 5 minutes CONFERENCE LUNCH 1.00-2.00p.m. Thematic Session – 1: Indian Ethos in Management 2.00 – 3.30p.m. Session Chair: Retd. Brig.Kartar Singh, PVC, University of Patanjali Rapporteur: Ritika Mahajan, DMS, IIT Roorkee1. Business in Ancient India – Strategies and Structures by P Kanagasabapathi2. Indian Ethos And Values In Organizations -Lessons from the Terrorist Attack on the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Mumbai by T.S.Mohan Chandra Lal3. Management Mantras From Ramayan & Mahabharat by Meena Datta & Rattan Datta Interaction EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 3. 3 Thematic Session – 2 2.00 – 3.30p.m. Ancient Techniques of Sustainable Development Session Chair: Dr. Rajat Agarwal, DMS, IIT Roorkee Rapporteur: C.S. Reddy, DMS, IIT Roorkee1. Interpretation Of An Integrated Framework For The Contents Of Rig Veda, Puranas And Science by C.S.R.Prabhu2. The Indian System Of Science And Technology: The Key To Humanization And Welfare, Rational Management Practices by Krishna Kumar MB3. Management Of Biotic Stresses Of Crop Plants Through Vrikshayurveda Techniques by Paras Nath4. Cultural Diversity and Interdependence by Maureen Kelsey Interaction Tea Break 3.30-3.45p.m.Paper Reading Session: 1 3.45 – 4.45p.m.Session Chair:Dr. Pawan Kumar Singh, IIM Indore S.No. Paper Title Author1. Indian Ethos and Values in Hospitality Industry of India: Related Kumar Satyam & Annamalai Ku contemporary issue Velu2. Contribution Of Ethics and Values In Modern Business Era Vipul Chalotra3. The Knowledge of Self Realization from Bhagavat Gita and its Hemavathy Padmanaban significant to Organizational Development4. Governance through Dharma for better corporate world: an A.Lakshmana Rao approach through Indian Vedic Context5. India’s Emergence as New Economic & Spiritual Super Power – A.Ramesh contemplating on the works of Swami Vivekaknda and Dr Abdul Kalam6. Business Ethics and Role of University Education – Guidelines Deepak Anand from Indian Ethos7. Philosophical Fundamentals of Indian Theology Priyanka Pandey & Vishvesh8. Ethical Management: Through Ramayana Aparna Sharma9. Ancient (Vedic) Indian Economy : Synthesis of Culture Thought Vandana Rawal10. Rajnitik Sangathan ka Vikas Surender Bharadwaj11. Sankhya Darshan ki Pracheenta Aur Vigyan Bikshu Manisha Kumari EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 4. 4Paper Reading Session: 2 3.45 – 4.45p.m.Session Chair:Dr. Suresh Kalagnanam, Edwards School of Business, Canada S.No. Paper Title Author 1. Enhancing Employees competencies through Spiritual Intelligence L.Kanagalakshmi 2. Impact Of Culture And Religious Beliefs On Ancient Indian Tarsem Lal Economy 3. Lord Krishna As An Od Practitioner In Srimadbhagvad Geeta Swatantra 4. Western Approach – Management Functions – The Bhagavad Gita B.V.N.G. Chandra Sekhar an Eternal Approach 5. A Study On The Significance Of Chakras For physical and mental K.Venkatesh, R.Muruganadham, fitness S.Senthilvel & K.Ravichandran 6. Ethical Retailing: Insights from Scriptures R D Sharma & Bodh Raj Sharma 7. The Importance Of Valmiki Ramayana In Indian Culture Sushma 8. Vedic Mathematics- a new mantra for Digital Signal Processing Ashita Brahmwar 9. Indian Ethos And Values In Organization Pratap Chandra 10. Vedic Values in Social Organization Sachin Arya 11. Vedic Foundations Of Indian Management Arun Sharma Tea Break 4.45p.m. – 5.30p.m. Spiritual Musical Evening Followed by Conference Banquet 6.30-8.15p.m. Session Chair: Prof. T.S.Mohan Chandra Lal, IIPM, Chennai Special Lecture 6.30p.m. – 7.15p.m. Management through Spirituality as Envisaged by Swami Vivekananda by Swami Chinmayanda, Ramkrishna Mission, Kankhal, Haridwar Interaction 7.15-7.30p.m. Bhajan Sandhya Bhajan sung by Mr. Sunil Kumar Mukherjee, Ramkrishna 7.30 – 8.15p.m. Mission, Kankhal, Haridwar Dinner 8.15p.m.-9.30p.m. EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 5. 5April 20, 2012 Key Note Addresses 9.30-10.30a.m. Role of Moral Values in Ancient Socio-Political System and Its Impact by Prof. G.D.Sharma, Prof. & Head, University of Patanjali, Haridwar PROUT in Advaitic Socio Spiritual Science of Vedanta by Antarang Anand Yogi, Scholar of PROUT & NEO HUMANISM at Gandhi Vidya Mandir, Sardarshahar, Rajasthan. Session Chair: Dr. Sudhakar Reddy Kalathuru, Principal, Sri Kalahstiswara Institute of Information and Management Sciences Rapporteur: Kumkum Bharati, DMS, IIT Roorkee Interaction Thematic Session –3 10.30 – 11.45a.m. Managerial Excellence: Insights from Vedic Scriptures Session Chair: Prof. Ravindra Shenoy, Dean – MBA, Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology Rapporteur: Vishnu Nath, DMS, IIT Roorkee1. Human Excellence: Insights from Yoga Sootras of Patanjali by Pawan Kumar Singh, IIM Indore2. Gayatri Mantra for Modern Business World by Dr. Sudhakar Reddy Kalathuru3. Life, Work and Leadership in Ramcharitmanas by G.C.Maheshwari & A.P.Singh Interaction Tea Break 11.45-12.00p.m Thematic Session –4 12.00-1.00p.m. Managerial Excellence: Insights from Vedic Scriptures Session Chair: Dr Vinay M Topkar, Professor & Head, Civil & Environmental Engineering Dept.,Mumbai Rapporteur: Sanjeev Arora, DMS, IIT Roorkee1. Management Control in a ‘Spiritually Charged’ Organization by Dr. Suresh Kalagnanam2. Leading through Compliance to the Universal Laws by Dr. Annabel Droussiotis3. Revisiting NeGP: eBharath 2020: the proposed future NeGP by Dr. C.S.R.Prabhu Lunch 1.00-2.00p.m. EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 6. 6Paper Reading Sessions: 3 2.00p.m.-3.30p.mSession Chair:Shri A.P.Singh Former Senior Vice-President (HR), IndianPetrochemicals Corporation Limited & Reliance Industries Limited S.No. Paper Title Author1. Rethinking Arthasastra: An Approach To Corporate Governance Aggi Anand2. Personality Management: Lessons from Pancakosha Devalina Saikia & Paritosh Das3. Organizational Development: Insights from Ramayan and Susmita Banerjee Bhagwat Gita4. Management : A Vedic Perspective G. C. Maheshwari & Ramanath Pandey5. Spiritual Values in Management Nirmala Devi6. Clothe Production And Business In Vedic Time Period. KM.Abhaya Raj7. Ramayana: Ethical And Moral Teachings In The Organizational Damini Saini Context8. Serving Bottom of the Pyramid: The Vedic Way Vinay Sharma & Kumkum Bharti9. Pracheen Bhartiya Rajnatik Chintan Krishan Ram10. Relevance Of Ancient Economical Strategy In 21st Century (In Vishvajeet Vidhyalankar Context Of Vedic Literature)11. Management Tactics in Ramayana for Pros and Cons– An Usha Jaiswal & Rudra Bhandari Ethical ApproachPaper Reading Sessions: 4 2.00p.m.-3.30p.mSession Chair:Dr. C.S.R. Prabhu, Deputy Director General, National InformaticsCentre, HyderabadS.No. Paper Title Author 1. Vedic Perspective on Post Graduate Management Education in V.K. Nangia, Vinay Sharma & India Ritika Mahajan 2. Consolidating Foundations of Economics through Vedic Practices Amit Tewari 3. Dimensions of Work Motivation from Indian Perspective G. Singaiah & D. Bhahat 4. Upnisad Me Atma Ka Satta And Svarup Ashok Kumar EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 7. 7 5. Indian Ethos & Spirituality in the Boardroom: A study of Business Geetika Singh Practices in India 6. Team building: Vedic and Modern perspectives Seema Gupta 7. Theory of Pancakosha’ – a Model for Management of Surjya Kamal Borah & Shruti Rai Human Resources 8. Dharmik Chintan Aur Veda Praveen Kumar Dwivedy 9. Pracheen Arthvayavastha Kuldeep 10. Ancient Business Strategies In the Context Of Atharvaveda Amal Sarkar 11. Yajurved Mein Parivaar Pravandhan RamchandranTea Break 5.30p.m. – 6.00p.m. Panel Discussion on Universality of Indian Vedic Traditions in Modern Management 6.00p.m.-7.00p.m.Moderated by Shri Rajnikant Verma, Editor India News and Consultant Editor Of NEWSLEAKSPanelists1. Shri Rahul Dev, CEO, CNEB3. Dr. Balvir Talwar, AGM, Corporate Planning and Development, BHEL3. Dr. C.P. Trivedi, Former Principal M.J.S.P.G.College, Bhind.4. Shri Rakesh Sharma, LIC, India5. Dr. Annabel Droussiotis, Department of Management and MIS, CyprusInteraction 7.00 – 7.30p.m.Dinner 7.30p.m.-9.00p.m.April 21, 2012Key Note Address 9.30-10.30a.m.Self Management – The Key to Success: Lessons from Scriptures by Dr. P.K.Srivatsa,Management & Software Consultant, BangaloreSession Chair: Mr. Krishna KumarRapporteur: Anita Sengar, DMS, IIT RoorkeeInteraction EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 8. 8Thematic Session – 5: Leadership & Management 10.30 - 11.30a.m.Session Chair:Dr. Paras Nath, Dean,Department of Entomology & Agricultural Zoology, Institute of AgriculturalSciences, BHU, VaranasiRapporteur: Neha Agarwal, COER - School of Management 1. Spiritual Leadership Shaped as Per the Ancient Wisdom in Bhagwad Gita by Dr. Guda Surya Prakash Rao & Dr. Madhusudan Prasad Varanasi 2. Mahabharata as a Resource of Management Science by Prof. Ravindra Shenoy 3. Motivation - Insights from Vedic Hymn by Dr. Balvir Talwar 4. Vedic Management by S.P.Tayal InteractionTea Break 11.30-11.45a.m.Thematic Session – 5: Spirituality at Workplace 11.45 – 1.15p.mSession Chair:Prof. T.S.Mohan Chandra Lal, IIPM, ChennaiRapporteur: Ramanath Pandey, Oriental Institute of the M.S. University of Baroda 1. Leadership Principles Insights from Ramayana And Mahabharata by Dr Vinay M Topkar 2. Vedic Cornerstones for Work-Life Balance by Dr. A.V.Rajagopalan 3. Indian Spirituality for Meaningful Organizational Performance: A Proposed Holistic Model by Dr. J. K. Sharma 4. Relevance of Spirituality in Workplace by Prof.S.N. Pathi & Pintu Mahakul InteractionLunch 1.15 – 2.00p.m. EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 9. 9Paper Reading Sessions: 5 2.00p.m.-3.30p.mSession Chair:Dr. Balvir Talwar, AGM, BHEL, DelhiS.No. Paper Title Author 1. The Education System Of Mahabharat Period - Its Importance In Pragati Tiwari Present Time 2. Old Truth in a New Management Manoj Kumar Jha & Hemant Kumar Concept: A Vedic Perspective" Jha 3. Kautilyas Arthashastra ….much beyond economics- Relevance Sita Mishra for business leaders 4. Vedic principles for Wealth Management Practices T.Ganesan 5. Rural Marketing: A Vedic Critique Anita Sengar 6. Vedic Period :The Golden Age Of Women Chanda Kumari 7. Basic Considerations On Indian Values In Management Rajib Chakravorty 8. Assessment Of Characters Of The Divine Book Bhagvad Gita Amit Mittal 9. Relevance Of Vedic Socialism In 21st Century Sitakant Naik 10. Organizational Development: Insight From Bhagvadgita Sushil Kumar 11. Bhagwat Gita aur Dhammapada mein Mansik Chikitsa Anil KumarPaper Reading Sessions: 6 2.00p.m.-3.30p.mSession Chair:Dr. J.K.Sharma, Head-CRM,Jagsonpal Pharmaceuticals LimitedS.No. Paper Title Author 1. Labour and Wages in Ancient Indian Economy Pratibha Goyal, Mini Goyal & Shailja Goyal 2. Governance in Ancient India Ramanath Pandey 3. Value Based Strategic Management: Some Insights from Vedic Sanjeev Arora Foundation 4. Mahabharata in context of Modern Management Ashish Pratap Singh & Sunil Kumar Jha 5. Lessons for handling People from Vedantic Philosophy Neetu Jain 6. Vedanta and the Art of Successful Management Vidhu Gaur & Karanam Nagaraja Rao 7. Stress Management Through Sahajayoga Meditation Sakshi Sharma 8. Financial Management: Some Insights from Indian Heritage Payal Agarawal & Neha Agarwal 9. Pracheen Bharat mein Arthik Vichaar: Rigved ke sandarv mein Arun Kumar 10. Prachin Bhartiya Rajnaitik Chintan Krishna Ram 11. Relevance of Vedic Spiritualism in Social Management Harish Kumar EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast
  • 10. 10 Valedictory Ceremony: 3.30p.m. – 5.30p.m.Welcome by Dr. J.L.Raina, Chairman, ISOL Foundation Board of Governors 3.30p.m. – 3.40p.mSumming up by Prof. Sunita Singh Sengupta, Conference Convener & Founder ISOL 3.40 – 4.00p.m.Research FoundationValedictory Lecture by Dr. Surendra Pathak Professor and Head of the Department, 4.00-4.25p.mChetnaVikas Mulya Shiksha, and Director Research, IASE Deemed University, GandhiVidya Mandir,Rajasthan - Co-Existential System Of Management A New AlternativeLecture by “Guest of Honour” by Shri S.N.Sahu, Joint Secretary, Rajya Sabha 4.25-4.50 p.m.Secretariat, Parliament of India – Mahatma Gandhi and Swami Vivekananda’sWorldview in the Context of Managing BusinessPresidential Lecture by Prof. Pritam Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Delhi Technological 4.50 – 5.15p.m.University (Formerly Delhi College of Engineering), Delhi - Ethical and Professional MoralFoundation of Ancient Indias Economic and Governance System.Announcement of VFIM 2013 5.15 – 5.18p.mNote of Gratitude by Sunita Singh Sengupta, Conference Convener 5.18 – 5.30p.m.Hi Tea 5.30-6.00p.m. EVERY DAY DURING APRIL 19 – 21, 2012 6.00 – 7.00 a.m. Yoga 7.30 – 8.00 a.m Yagna 8.00 – 8.45a.m. Breakfast