Techno India Group is one of the largest academic conglomerates of Eastern India delivering quality education for more than last three decades. Since 1985, Techno India Group has diversified and vastly expanded its academic offerings and presently includes 2 Universities, 22 Engineering Colleges, 13 B-Schools, 19 public schools and 40 IT Training Institutes under its umbrella.
Sister Nivedita University under Techno India Group is organizing the International Conference on Empowering Rural Women to pay tribute to Sister Nivedita on her 152nd birth anniversary at Sister Nivedita University, Global Campus at Rajarhat New Town in Kolkata, India on 28-29 October, 2019. The Conference is a part of an exercise to celebrate the inherent power of womenhood.
Centring on the theme of “Paradigm shift through Information Technology and Sustainable Development”, the two-day global conference will see ministers, senior government officials, diplomats, CEOs, thought leaders, scientists, think tanks, academics and scholars and researchers, NGOs and independent professionals deliberate on how effective strategies can be prepared for empowering women, especially those who live in villages.
Your abstracts may cover a range of subjects – from how various IT-enabled services can serve as effective tools for women-led enterprises in areas such as e-commerce, e-learning, etc., to how self-help groups can play a more effective role in empowering women in India.
You may also highlight on why and how women in India are required to embrace e-commerce to develop and sell their products/services in a bigger way.
This Conference is not only a tribute to the ideals of Swami Vivekananda and his disciple Sister Nivedita who devoted her life for women education & empowerment in India in the late 19th and 20th century, but is also an expression of our desire to collaborate with all stakeholders –the government, industry and social organisations – for achieving the goal of economic freedom and social equity for women, the dream of Sister Nivedita for free India.