Date: 19th February, 2022
Under the Patronage of Rizvi Education Society’s, Honourable President Dr. Akhtar Hasan Rizvi and Honourable Director Advocate (Mrs.) Rubina Akhtar Hasan Rizvi, Online One Day International Conference on ‘Emerging Trends & Issues in Field of Commerce, Management, Economics and Social Science" was organised on 19th February, 2022.
We express our gratitude to our Management for providing us a platform for enhancement, for their constant support and guidance, which helped us in conducting this online one day international conference seamlessly.
This International Conference was organised by Rizvi Education Society’s, Rizvi College of Arts Science and Commerce in Collaboration with Department of Commerce, University of Mumbai and SEMT’s M. B. Harris College of Arts & A. E. Kalsekar College of Commerce & Management.
The inaugural for the conference commenced at 11.00 a.m. with a formal note of introduction of the colleges followed by Department of Commerce, University of Mumbai.
The Welcome address was given by Dr. (Mrs.) Anjum Ara Ahmad, Principal I/C Rizvi Education Society’s, Rizvi College of Arts, Science and Commerce and the Convenor of the conference, followed by Dr. Sangeeta Pawar, Head Department of Commerce, University of Mumbai and by Dr. Mohammad Khalil Ahmad, Principal, A. E. Kalsekar College of Commerce and Management.
The conference was addressed by International Resource Person, Dr. Sabir Ali Siddiqui, Senior Faculty Department of Statistics Dhofar University, Salalah, Oman who shared a comprehensive note on the significance of research and specifications on research publication. The conference was also addressed by Dr. Khaliquzzaman Khan, Faculty Member, American University, Dubai with insightful knowledge on emerging trends and issues in Social Sciences. The International Keynote Speaker Dr. Ashfaq Ahmed, Associate Professor, Dept. of Accounting of College of Administrative and Financial Sciences, Saudi Arabia gave an engrossing talk on Islamic Finance.
After a brief introduction on respective chairpersons, Paper Presentations on various sub themes started at 01.00 p.m. There were 4 tracks running parallel on Zoom Platform as well as on Google Meet. Details are shared here in:
Track 1-Commerce with 13 paper presentations was chaired by Dr. Jayshree Mehta, Associate Professor & Head of Commerce Department, Shri M. D. Shah Mahila College of Arts and Commerce, Malad, SNDT, Womens University, Churchgate
Track 2-Education with 15 paper presentations was chaired by Dr. (Mrs.) Masarrat Saheb Ali, Chairperson for Education, Vice Principal & Associate Professor, Govt. Of Maharashtra’s Secondary Training College (B. Ed.), Mumbai
Track 3-Economics, Science and Social Science with 07 paper presentations was chaired by has been chaired by Dr. Shagun Srivastava, Principal, Shrimati Kamaladevi Gauridutt Mittal College of Arts and Commerce
Track 4 -Finance and Management with 12 paper presentations was chaired by Dr. Subhash D'Souza, Principal I/C, St. Joseph College of Arts and Commerce
The conference had 250 registrations with 214 participants from all over India and abroad. 47 Authors actively presented their papers online. More than 90 full research papers were submitted for publication in Rizvi Education Society’s Rizvi College of Arts, Science & Commerce - International Journal of Research, a blind peer reviewed journal with Scientific Journal Impact Factor 8.694 (2022).
On completion of paper presentation, the conference moved towards the valedictory session which took place at 03.30 p.m. The Guest of Honour, for the valedictory function was Dr. Sudhir Puranik, Registrar, University of Mumbai who emphasised on the concept of Research and Development. This session was also graced by an International Resource Person Dr. Mohd Faheem, Lecturer and Head of the Indian Studies Program, Thammasat University, Bangkok who shared few words on current issues in the field of Social Sciences.
Towards the end of the function all the Chairpersons were invited to share their experience, observations and to guide presenters in the domain of research. The following words of advice to participants were shared in general:
To avoid reading the presentation slide
Initiate with confidence; the demeanour itself gathers a good impression
Cover all aspects of the research succinctly
Acknowledging the efforts of presenters, by 04.30 p.m. Two Best Research Papers were announced from each track. Details shared hereunder:
Dr. Manjeet Sahmbey, Hansraj Jivandas College of Education, Khar, Mumbai
Dr. Anuradha Hasnak, B. K. Birla College of Arts, Science & Commerce (Autonomous), Kalyan
Ms. Monika Maan, Chaudhary Bansi Lal University, Bhiwani
Mr. Nadeem Parve, Rizvi Education Society’s Rizvi College of Arts, Science and Commerce
Track 3-Economics, Science and Social Science
Dr. Rachna Jaiswal, HNB Garhwal (A Central) University, Uttarakhand, India
Ms. Aileen J, Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences
Track 4 -Finance and Management
Ms. Shruti Soparkar, Patkar Varde College
Ms. Anita Gangurde, Alkesh Dinesh Modi Institute of Financial & Management Studies
We were privileged with the presence of distinguished guests and subject experts on the day of conference and are obliged to all of them. They were full of praise for the calibre and the content shared at the conference. The feedback of the participants and the number of presentations depicts that the conference was a huge success.