Welcome to Biyani's International Conference in Jaipur, India.

Day - 12 October 2017 (Thursday)
Session Title
“Positive Attitude : A shift towards a sustainable society”

 Session 1 : Opening Session

Keynote Speaker
Prof. Santosh Rangnekar
Ph.D., M.B.A.(HRM), LL.B.(Hons), PGDPM&IR

Dr. Santosh Rangnekar is working as Professor at Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. He is having 30 years experience in reputed industries and academics like Raymond Ltd. Bombay (J.K. Engineers Files,Pithampur), Shriram Group of Industries (SIEL, Delhi), The Hukamchand Mills Limited Indore, Prestige Institute of Management and Research, Indore, IIITM, Gwalior (Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Gwalior) and Department of Management Studies IIT Roorkee.
Dr.Santosh Rangnekar studied at Indore and obtained Ph.D., M.B.A. (H.R.M.) from Devi Ahilya Viswavidyalay, Indore. He has also studied LL.B. (Hons) from Indore and Post -Graduate Diploma In Personnel Management and Industrial Relations from Vikram University of Ujjain.  He has written many books and around 68 papers in International and National reputed Journals
Organisational Behaviour, Human Resource Management, Knowledge Management (Intellectual Capital-Human Capital Creation), Technology Management
Keynote Speaker
Prof. Hideaki kanai
E mail: hideaki 'at' jaist.ac.jp

B.S. in Electrical and System Engineering from HOSEI University (1991), M.S. and Dr.Eng in Communications and Systems, University of Electro-Communications (1993, 1998).
He is working as Professor, School of Knowledge Science, Human Life Design, JAIST University, Japan. He has published many papers in reputed International Journals. He has academic affiliations with Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), IEEE Computer Society and Information Processing Society of Japan. Prof. Kanai research work aims at establishing next-generation human-centered computing, which enriches human activities in everyday life. He promotes research projects related with awareness-technology. One of the current projects is a support system for finding lost objects in real world and capturing information of interest in cyberspace. The research areas are Awareness-support, Semantic Web and Digital Library.
Web Information Processing,Digital Library,CSCW, Human Interaction, Healthcare
 Plenary Session  
Invited Speaker
Dr. Vandana Goswami
E Mail- tovandana2020@yahoo.com
Academics: M.H. Sc., M. Ed., Ph. D. (Education)
She is working as Dean & Professor, Faculty of Education, Banasthali University, Banasthali, Tehsil-Newai, Rajasthan. She has more than 25 years of teaching experience at UG and PG level. She has published 40 Research papers and articles in reputed National and International Educational research journal. As a Research Supervisor of Banasthali University, Sixteen Ph.D. awarded, 04 Research Scholar recently submitted their thesis and 08 Research Scholars doing her research work under my supervision. She has participated in more than 50 National & International seminar and conferences.
Specialization:  Education
Invited Speaker
Dr. Nilanjan Bhowmick 
Assistant Professor,
Department of Humanities,
North Campus, Delhi University, Delhi.

M A Philosophy University of Delhi,  M Phil Philosophy University of Delhi  and  Ph. D. in  Philosophy University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA 2012.
He is working as Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, North Campus, Delhi University, Delhi. He is a Gold Medalist in M A Philosophy and Aetna First Prize winner in Graduate Writing in Creative Non-Fiction, University of Connecticut. He has written many papers in National as well as International Journals. He worked in most reputed St. Stephens College, New Delhi in the dept. of Philosophy.
Philosophy of Language, Linguistics and Philosophy (Specialization) Analytic Philosophy, History of Western Philosophy
Invited Speaker
Dr. Surendra Singh
Associate Professor in Govt. Law College

B.Sc,  M.Ed, LL.M, (NET), Ph.D, D.C.L & F.Sc,  D.C.LL.
He is working as an Associate Professor in Govt. Law College. He has a teaching experience in Law and have 5 years experience of working as an Officer In-charge in court cases on the behalf of State Govt. and Commissioner College Education, Jaipur at Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur and Service Tribunal and 13 years teaching experience of Secondary School Education.
At present, presiding the seat of Principal at Govt. Law College, Sirohi, Pali. He published 5 books on Environmental Law (2006), Forensic Science and medical Jurisprudence (2010), Right to Information Act- 2005 (2012), Right to Information Act- 2005 (Problems and solutions) and Suchna ka Adhikar Nagrik tatha Prashashan Dwara Kriyanvayan ke Paripekshya me Ek Adhyayan (2015). He has also written 20 articles in reputed National as well as International Journals.
Right to information act, Environmental Law, Women and Children Legal Provisions, Globalization of Law

Invited Speaker
Sudhranshu Choudhary
Knight International Journalism fellow

A Knight International Journalism fellow, a BBC South Asia producer for ten years and a Guardian correspondent for two years, Choudhary had all the experience of high-end journalism he needed to point out the faults in its practice. At first, he served as a media trainer for the BBC World Service Trust, the United Nations, and Indian universities; he distilled to young journalists his advice to be a better journalist. What did that mean to him? It meant being democratic. Although this adjective has as many meanings as the word “journalism”, Choudhary claims one should start from the people he is reporting on. In fact, he realized this when he returned to his native Chhattisgarh, where the populations stricken by the struggle between Maoists and the police were ranting against the imprecision and superficiality of the news reports on the conflict. “In the journalism field, very few of us decide what is news and what is not”, said Choudhary at a TEDx talk, “it is a very aristocratic production stream.” To counter this, he set off to encourage and develop the practice of citizen journalism, whereby revolutionizing news reporting at the grassroots level. He indeed noticed that very few reporters knew the local language and that they were no news services in local vernaculars. Therefore, not only does he work on a project to train citizen journalists in rural areas, but he also created CGNet Swara, a service that tribals can call to listen to first-hand news on their region, and record their own news.
 Session 3 : Technical Session
Dr. Ekta Pareek
Biyani Girls B.Ed. College Jaipur
Dr. Devika Agarwal
Head Training
Biyani Girls College Jaipur

On the behalf of the Organizing Committee, we are delighted to welcome you to this enriching event and look forward to your participation in this personally and professionally Knowledge-cantric event, organized in the midst of the cultural hub of North India – the ‘Pink City’:Jaipur.

Best Wishes,
Shri. Rajeev Biyani (Chairman)
Dr. Sanjay Biyani (Director, Academics)
Dr. Manish Biyani (Director, R & D)