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GyanLahari - Student Leadership Conference & International Student Leadership Day (ISLD)Celebrations - 2011

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  • STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE – 2011 & INTERNATIONAL STUDENT LEADERSHIP DAY (ISLD)“Unleash the power of student leadership to build leaders of tomorrow” Date: 3rd February 2011 Venue: SHILPAKALA VEDIKA, MADHAPUR, HYDERABAD www.pmi-pcc.org Page 1 of 8
  • It is the dream of every Indian to see India in the elite league of Developed Nations. The keycontributors that will funnel this growth and help in realization of this dream are Quality Education,Quality of Citizen Life, and Business Growth. The future of the nation is in the hands of today’s younggeneration. The time is perhaps appropriate for India to invest sincere efforts to mould the younggeneration to take up the future challenges. There is a compelling need to produce Nation Ready andIndustry Ready Leaders from academic institutions.Project Management Institute, Pearl City Chapter (PMIPCC) (www.pmi-pcc.org) has defined it’scommitment to join hands with the academia in shaping our great Nation. Realizing the importance ofthe role of students in this journey PMIPCC’s Volunteer Leadership is engaged in building the “NationReady” and “Industry Ready” Students with their unique Student Leadership Competency Building(SLCB) initiative to shape the Academia, Business and Civic Society and to take our great Nation intothe league of Developed Nations before 2020”PMIPCC is pleased to announce its second National Student Leadership Conference Gyan LahariStudent Leadership Conference – 2011 & International Student Leadership Day Celebrations atHyderabad, India on 3rd February 2011. The primary objective of this conference is to createawareness and thrust on the importance of building the leadership competencies for the students inthe age group of 12- 22 years in India and also to bridge the gap between academia and industry.OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE  Educating students on the importance of leadership which helps them to acquire soft skills which are required for employment  Educating students on their role in taking India into the league of developed Nations by 2020  Generating Nation Ready and Industry Ready Leaders by inculcating enthusiasm and interest in Academia to build leadership competencies  Sharing Industry and Nations expectations with the students and education institutions  Inviting ideas and suggestions from Academia on the role of Government in building leadership competencies at academia  Bringing awareness on the role of parents / faculty in shaping the studentswww.pmi-pcc.org Page 2 of 8
  • CONFERENCE TRACKS  Why Leadership & What is not Leadership? How Leadership helps students to prepare for future and excel in education  Role of Industry, Government and Academia to build best in class students through leadership competency  Building Nation Ready & Industry Ready Leaders from Academia - Challenges & Solutions  International Student Leadership Day (ISLD), its importance. Role of Parents, Teachers and Students in making of Nation Ready or Industry Ready LeaderTARGET AUDIENCE  Students from age group of 12 and above  Policy Makers from Government  Senior Leaders from Industry  Vice Chancellors, Deans, Principals, Heads of Institutions & Faculty  ParentsWith the view of encouraging the participants from different type of institutions, PMI Pearl CityChapter would limit the registrations to the Student Leadership Conference, 2011 as mentioned below. Number of Target Target Institute Total Number of Participants Institutes High Schools, Arts, Science and other Degree Institutes (10th, 12th, B.Sc, 50 500 B.Com, B.A) Health and Medical Institutes 25 100 Engineering and Technology Institutes 100 800 Business Schools 25 200 Parents 200 Senior Leaders from Industry 150 Officers from State and Central 50 Government of India TOTAL 2000www.pmi-pcc.org Page 3 of 8
  • CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEE CORPORATE / INDIVIDUAL PARTICIPANT INDIVIDUAL / GROUP OF 1-4 GROUP OF 5-9 GROUP OF 10 – 15 CORPORATE PARTICIPANTRATE PER PARTICIPANT `3000 `2500 `2000 ACADEMIC INSTITUTIONS ACADEMIC GROUP OF 1-8 GROUP OF 9-15 GROUP OF 16-25 INSTITUTIONS RATE PER GROUP `3000 `4000 `5000 PMI & PMIPCC MEMBERS PMIPCC MEMBERS GROUP OF 1-8 GROUP OF 9-15 GROUP OF 16-25RATE PER PARTICIPANT `2500 `2000 `1500ISLD EVENTS OUTSIDE HYDERABAD/INDIAStudents and institutions who cannot be part of the event on that day could organize any of thefollowing events in their institutions across the globe. PMIPCC volunteers would guide them toorganize the events. A brief report of such events with photographs may please be sent to PMIPCC.  Leadership Pledge  Leadership Run/Walk / Parade  Leadership Talk by eminent personality  Recognize Institutions and Students  Conduct events –debates / discussions on LeadershipPlease visit our website PMIPCC Events to have more detailsFor more details and information on registrations please contact or write toGyanLahari2011@pmi-pcc.org / Office@pmi-pcc.org with subject line “Gyan Lahari SLC-ISLD 2011” OrCall us @ 040-40240178 / 099898 45557www.pmi-pcc.org Page 4 of 8
  • Appendix 1 SPONSORSHIPSSPONSOR- NO. OF VALUE IN VALUE IN SPONSOR BENEFITSSHIP TYPE SPONSORS ` $PLATINUM 1 5,00,000 11,150  Branding of your company – in all conference communication including pre event mailers and invitations  10 free registrations for the event  Insertion of company brochure in the conference kit  Prominent display of Company logo on the Conference backdrop.  Display of three banners (each of 2m x 1m) at strategic locations at the venue.  Display of your Company logo in all advertisements.  Signage at registration desk. Additional Benefits Includes  Company logo on certificates / awards  Print company logo on T-Shirts  Print logo on Conference bags  Attended Student Database will be providedDIAMOND 2 3,50,000 7,800  Seven free registrations for the complete event.  Sponsorship recognition during the event  Display of logo in all marketing collateral including pre-event mailers and invitations.  Display of your logo on the Conference backdrop.  Display of two banners (each of 2m x 1m) at strategic locations at the venue.  Display of your Company logo in all advertisements.  Signage at registration desk.  Insertion of Company / product brochure in the Delegate kitconference kitGOLD 2 2,50,000 5,600  Four free registrations for the complete event.  Sponsorship recognition at the opening ceremony.  Display of logo in all marketing collateral including pre-event mailers and invitations.  Prominent display of the Company logo on the Conference backdrop.  Display of one banner (each of 2m x 1m)at strategic location  Display of your Company logo in all advertisements.  Insertion of Company/product brochure in the Delegate kit (up to 4 A-4 sheets) www.pmi-pcc.org Page 5 of 8
  • SILVER 5 1,00,000 2,250  3 free registrations for the complete event  Display of logo in all marketing collateral including pre-event mailers and invitations  Display of the Company logo on the Conference backdrop  Display of one banner (each of 2m x 1m at strategic location  Display of your Company logo in all advertisements.  Insertion of the Company / product brochure in the Delegate kit (up to 3 A-4 sheets).Conference 1 2,00,000 4500  Four free registrations for the complete event.Kit  Sponsorship recognition at the opening ceremony.Sponsor  Display of logo in all marketing collateral including pre-event mailers and invitations.  Prominent display of the Company logo on the Conference backdrop.  Display of one banner (each of 2m x 1m)at strategic location  Display of your Company logo in all advertisements.  Insertion of Company/product brochure in the Delegate kit (up to 4 A-4 sheets)Food 4 1,00,000 4500  3 free registrations for the complete eventSponsor  Display of logo in all marketing collateral including pre-event mailers and invitations  Display of the Company logo on the Conference backdrop  Display of one banner (each of 2m x 1m at strategic location  Display of your Company logo in all advertisements.  Insertion of the Company / product brochure in the Delegate kit (up to 3 A-4 sheets). *Customized sponsorship optionsavailable upon request and enquiry. Please call us to know more.. www.pmi-pcc.org Page 6 of 8
  • APPENDIX - 2INTERNATIONAL STUDENT LEADERSHIP DAY (ISLD)Students in the age group of 12 – 22 years have to ignite their minds by practicing leadership.Students should prepare for future and they have to mould their minds to deliver extraordinary resultsduring 35+years of their future career.Each and every student in the world has to create an individual Vision Statement as per his/heraspirations and work passionately towards realizing that vision.We need exclusive one day in a year to inspire, motivate and influence the students to practiceleadership. This one day inspiration has to provide the fuel for students to passionately practiceLeadership for remaining 364 days of that year!PMI Pearl City Chapter has announced International Student Leadership Day (ISLD) celebratedon 03rd February every year. Student Leadership Advocacy and Outreach programs have to beconducted in all nations to bring in the awareness on value of Leadership. International StudentLeadership day is the „Leadership Festival‟ which would be celebrated on this day every year bystudents, parents and teachers all over the worldThis day aims at creating interest and awareness on Leadership to the students in the age group of 12– 22 years. 1. To create interest to Students for practicing Leadership. 2. To bring in awareness to Students on the value of Leadership. 3. To think and plan for future direction of children, and students without mixing up with the past and present issues. 4. To recognize and reward the future leaders in the age group of 12 -22 years. 5. To promote Student Citizenship Culture. 6. To educate the students on their role to take their nation into the league of developed and beyond developed Nation.www.pmi-pcc.org Page 7 of 8
  • APPENDIX - 3ABOUT PMI PEARL CITY CHAPTER (PMIPCC)PMI PEARL CITY CHAPTER is one of the vibrant chapters of the global organization ProjectManagement Institute, USA (www.pmi.org). It is also one of the fastest growing components in theAsia Pacific region. The chapter was incorporated in the year 2001 with 25 members and has grownclose to 1000 members. The chapter has made significant contribution in the region by evangelizingthe project management profession and leadership through seminars, workshops, conferences andnetwork meetings.Over the last 5 years the chapter’s unique initiatives on Leadership Competency Development forstudents created awareness for around 20,000 students. Target is to reach around 100,000 studentssoon. The Chapter was the recipient of “2006 Community Advancement through Project Management”award and “2010 Recognition for Excellence” award in the component of the year category.PMIPCC’s visionTo be globally respected “not for Profit” Organization making Project Management and Leadership Vitalfor shaping Academia, Business, Society and Nation.PMIPCC has embarked various activities as a part of the Academia initiative one of them is theStudent Leadership Competency Building (SLCB) Program a unique initiative enabling the students of12-22 years of age to acquire leadership competencies. By the time they complete their academics,they become Nation Ready and Industry Ready leaders as well, thereby bridging the gap betweenacademia and industry. Thus the country is benefitted by the future leaders of the country leading to aDeveloped Nation.www.pmi-pcc.org Page 8 of 8