PMI India is starting the "conference season" with three national-level
conferences beginning this September. These are great professional
development opportunities to learn and share new ideas, and network with
peers.In just a few days knowledge partner, on 2 September, is the Project
Management Conference for Oil and Gas Industry at the Hyatt Regency, New
Delhi. PMI India is partnering with Petroleum Federation of India and
the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies as Knowledge Partner to
bring this industry-centric conference. Our theme for the conference is
“Executing Organizational Strategy: Leveraging the Power of Project
Management.” If you have not registered yet, click on this link.
We are soon opening registration for Project Management National
Conference 2016 to be held in Mumbai from 17-19 November. This year’s
conference theme is “Project Management – Indispensable for Vision
India.” We already have an exciting line-up of speakers, and more are
expected to confirm in the next few weeks. Visit this link to keep yourself updated on conference details. For registrations, please click here.
For the Project Management Research and Academic Conference from 2-4
March 2017, we are accepting award nominations now. There are three
awards to recognize academicians for their outstanding contributions to
education, research, training, consultancy, and advocacy – PMI India
Distinguished Fellow Award, PMI India Distinguished Scholar Award, and
PMI India Young Research Scholar Award. You have time till 30 October to
submit your nominations for academicians who you believe have made an
impact in project management education in India. For details on awards
nomination, click here.
Our Champion Program continues to grow stronger and bigger. In the
latest round of additions, another 18 Champions have joined the program,
taking the total to 102 Champions from over 75 organizations. I’m sure
they are raring to start this exciting journey as an ambassador of
project management within their organization. Welcome aboard!
Our cover story this time is on a tiger conservation project in which
villagers in the buffer zones of wildlife reserves are getting trained
on new livelihood and life skills. These new skills are making them less
dependent on forest resources, thus reducing human-wildlife conflicts.
For over four years, Pukaar, the project run by The Corbett Foundation
with the support of Axis Bank Foundation, has trained and supported over
2,500 people in 446 villages across four protected zones in the
We have completed 69 years of Independence and the country has made
progress on several counts. We are proud of the economic development of
the country and our achievements in various fields, be it engineering,
information technology, space science, medicine, or education. However, a
large section of the population continues to be excluded from the
benefits of economic and social progress. In this issue of Manage India,
we look at the impact of a few top national level programs launched by
the Government of India to close these gaps. In a sense, these programs
of inclusive growth drive independence of a different nature.
Managing Director, PMI India
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