National Seminar on Reforms are critical for a sustainable growth


Invitation for Participation & Paper Presentation in the “National Seminar on Reforms are critical for a sustainable growth”

We are pleased to inform that the Department of Management Studies of our institute is organizing a National Seminar on the subject, “Reforms are critical for a sustainable growth” on 12th and 13th November, 2010, in the institute campus.

Babu Banarsi Das Institute of Technology (BBDIT), Ghaziabad has emerged as one of the leading institute in the field of Engineering, Information Technology and Management Studies in a short span of 10 years of its establishment. We are proud of the great soul of Late Shri Babu Banarsi Das Ji, Former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, who has inspired us to establish this institute & whose vision is shaping our present & will continue to illuminate our future.

The Institute is approved by AICTE, Govt. of Uttar Pradesh and affiliated to U.P.Technical University, Lucknow. It is one of the fast developing institutes in the field of Engineering & Management studies. It was established in the year 2000 under the aegis of Rajiv Educational Trust, Ghaziabad, with a vision and avowed objective to become one of the leading institutes in the country for imparting contemporary and quality education. The Institute offers 4-Years B.Tech. Degree Course in 5 Engineering disciplines (namely, Computer Science & Engg., Information Technology, Electronics & Communication Engg., Electronics & Instrumentation Engg. and Mechanical Engg.), besides MBA and MCA programmes. Institute is proud to be ranked 2nd among all the private Engineering colleges in U.P. & 39thin India in a survey conducted by Dataquest – IDC, reported in June, 08 issue of Dataquest Magazine.

The objective of the seminar is to bring the knowledge of academicians, industry experts on a common platform to review the status and impact of reforms introduced from time to time pertaining to different sectors, identify the emerging issues, to explore the prospects for further reform and identification of the critical elements that would possibly determine the progress of reforms in India.

We eagerly look forward to a good response from you.

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