The International Multidisciplinary Virtual Conference on “Future Vision for India @100

organized by Daly College Business School in association with Research Foundation of India on 28th and 29th Jan, 2022 concluded successfully. Dignitaries, Eminent national and international speakers, Practitioners, researchers and students from across the world connected virtually, across different timelines for sharing their thoughts and research related to the topic of discussion.The Conference began with the opening remarks of Dr Rinku Joshi, Conference Chair and Director, Daly College Business School. who elaborated on the thought process behind selecting this topic as the conference theme. Dr. Saurabh Jain, congratulated DCBS for converting pandemic to academic by organizing this conference. We were very privileged to have H H Narendra Singh Jhabua, President, BOG – DC Society as the Chief Guest for the Inaugural ceremony. His insightful thoughts based on the theme enlightened the gathering. He mentioned we are left with only 25 years to celebrate the Independence centennial, so there is a need to put our heads together to draw a roadmap of our progress and be a global leader. He highlighted that we as citizens of the country should play our role in developing such a social and democratic structure that promotes inclusive growth. Looking into the pandemic scenario, he advised everyone to focus not only on the physical but also at the mental health by yoga and meditation regularly and to follow the principle of Vasu deva kutumbukam- the world is one. The Guest of Honour, Mr. Neeraj K Bedhotiya, Principal, Daly College & Secretary, BOG -DC Society addressed the gathering with his thought provoking words. He mentioned that the education now is moving towards being more holistic and multidisciplinary in nature. He talked about the changing education and learning patterns which are developing like learning through gaming and robotics. The future in education by 2047 will be increased use of virtual reality, augmented reality, machine learning, virtual teachers, robotics teachers. In future ethics and human values will be most important. Satyam (truth), Nityam (sustainability) and Purnam (wholeness) will be the mantra to be followed. A distinguished speaker from the industry Mr. Rajesh Mamodia, AGM, SBI Institute of HRD spoke about his speculative thoughts on the Futuristic view of banking by 2047 with the period starting from 1947 till date. A distinguished speaker from the academia Dr. Shauli Mukherjee, Director, Adamas University, Kolkatta emphasized that future learners need to be more oriented towards collaboration and cooperation. She advocated a complete paradigm shift in the education system which is more productive and stress free which de-stigmises  the failures.

For Technical Session 1 was chaired by Dr. Kahaniya Ahuja, HOD, School of Economics, DAVV and Mr Dhiraj Sharma State Training Head – MP, Reliance Jio,

Keynote speaker was Dr. Dharmendra Ahuja, Director & Professor, Faculty of Pharm Sc., Jayoti Vidyapeeth Women’s University, Jaipur (Raj.) The Convener and Moderator was Dr Ratish Gupta, Faculty Member DCBS 14 research papers were presented by the participants on a wide spectrum of topics.

Technical Session 2          was chaired by Dr. Vivek S Kushwaha, Director of Institute of Business Management and Research, IPS Academy having a rich experience of over 24 years of Industry and Academics. The Keynote speaker was Mr. Krishna Dushyant Rana who is an accomplished entrepreneur having over 14 years of experience.

The Convener and Moderator for technical session 2 was Dr Shreshth Chabra, Faculty Member, DCBS. 25 research papers were presented by the participants on diverse topics.


  • The classrooms are spacious, air conditioned and equipped with multimedia and Audio-Visual equipments to foster effective learning.
  • The classrooms are designed to have maximum interaction between faculty and students.
  • The campus also has mentoring rooms to discuss individual student’s specific problems.

Computer & Internet Facilities

  • Computer facilities at DCBS, includes a well-equipped computer lab, which houses 30 computers connected to the server with local area network.
  • The campus has a Wi-Fi (wireless) system with 24 hours network connectivity.
  • The school has its own ERP system, which facilities online attendance and evaluation.
  • In addition, the intra-net / e-Black Board are used to publish detailed lecture handouts to enable students access module related information/ lecture notes.


  • The library on campus houses a good range of reference & core textbooks.
  • It also subscribes to the good number of leading national & international business journals, periodicals, magazines & newspapers.
  • The library has its own collection of CDs, DVDs and Multimedia kits.
  • The library subscribes to EBSCO & Athens Business source premier, which provide access to more than 7000 international journals in full-text format.

Girls’ Hostel

  • The Girls’ hostel situated in the campus provides an excellent and secured lodging alternative to outstation girl students.
  • The hostel has well furnished rooms with attached facilities, a common recreation room with all the modern facilities and a small pantry.
  • The hostel enjoys 24 hours broadband Wi-Fi (wireless) Internet connectivity. Newspapers, magazines· Llaundry and mess facilities are also provided to the hostel residents.