INDIA@100; BUILDING ‘ATMANIRBHAR’ BHARAT FROM FARM TO FASHION TO FUTURE
23-24 February 2023
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India, that is Bharat, is one of the few continuously inhabited ancient civilizations in the modern world. Being a civilized state, we have understood the transformation from Aham Brahmasmi to Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam, and from Upanishads to Upgrah with perfect aplomb. As the nation celebrates its 75 years of independence “आजादी का अमृत महोत्सव”, entering the “Amrit Kaal” the 25 years long leadership of India@100 is a crucial phase which will shape the future.
For the last two years, the world is crippled by a mounting health and economic crisis due to the pandemic; India too felt its impact across all aspects of life and economic sectors. Herein the Honourable Prime Minister’s call for Atmanirbhar Bharat was geared towards making India Resilient and Self Reliant. Aligning with the goal of Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan, the present National conference aims at exploring the prospects and challenges of different sectors of the Indian economy.
With 4th Industrial Revolution unfolding right in front of us, it is crucial that we engage with it to evolve and benefit as a nation. For the first and second industrial revolutions, around the world, India was under British rule. However, its contributions to the same are just being re-discovered and acknowledged. India significantly contributed to the third industrial revolution, the digital revolution, and its footprints are today seen in the IT industry worldwide. For the fourth industrial revolution, India can take up the role of leadership through its collective vision. The Fashion and Textile Industry is one of the largest industries contributing to the Indian economy and has a bigger role to play by accelerating new pathways to innovation, creativity, and growth.
- To bring together researchers, academicians, professionals, and students from the field of fashion, textiles and business studies to explore the role of Fashion and textile industry in building a self-reliant ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’.
- To explore the various facets of the concept -“farm to fashion to foreign to future” and how the same can be extrapolated for achieving a self-reliant future.
CALL FOR PAPERS
NIFT Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India invites original unpublished papers on the following keywords centered around, but not limited to the above conference theme:
(Confederation & Adaptation)
(Futurism & Leadership)
|Abstract Submission||14 November 2022|
|Abstract Approval||05 November 2022 / 16 November 2022|
|Paper Submission||15 December 2022|
|Paper Acceptance||05 January 2023|
|Registration Last Date||15 February 2023|
|Dates of Conference||23, 24 February 2023|
|Category||Indian Delegates (in ₹)||Foreign Delegates
(in US $)
|Academia & Industry||3,000||100|
|Research Scholars & Students||1,000||50|
Registration fee may be paid online in favour of NIFT Gandhinagar
Submit the abstract to maximum 300 words. The abstract must clearly indicate the theme and subtheme, the background of research, methodology adopted and the major findings.
FULL PAPER GUIDELINES
Maximum word count: 5000. The full paper includes title, abstract, keywords, references, imageries, as per paper submission guidelines.
All submissions can be sent to email@example.com Papers will be double blind peer reviewed. The accepted limit of similarity as per NIFT norms is 15% checked using the software Ouriginal (TurnitIn)
The selected papers will be published in a book of conference proceedings with ISBN.
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