2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
Rural Development, Social Dynamics and Women Welfare

March 04-05, 2020

Hyderabad, India

Theme

Sustainable Urban and Rural Development

Invitation

Greetings!!!

2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON Rural Development, Social Dynamics and Women Welfare going to be organized by Endling Conferences during from march 04-05, 2020 at Hyderabad, India. A perspective of India’s Rural Development challenges would perhaps best begin from a bird’s eye view. Relative to the often dire expectations expressed at its birth, India has been successful, and increasingly so. India has maintained electoral democracy, not only holding free and fair elections for the nation’s government, but now over 3 million people hold elective office in its local governments. The spectre of famines has been banished, absolute poverty cut by more than half, illiteracy dramatically reduced, health conditions vastly improved. India has become, in purchasing power parity terms, the fourth largest economy in the world. India’s economic growth since 1980 has been among the most rapid—and India managed its one incipient crisis in the early 1990s and avoided the catastrophic losses elsewhere. While many feared that exposing India’s economy to global competition would reveal India’s economic weakness, it has rather revealed strengths (often unexpected strengths in new areas no planner would have dreamed of). India is increasingly taking its place on the global stage and in international forums as a 21st century superpower. The generations of politicians and policy makers who have been part of leading India to where it is today can be justifiably proud of the transformation. But achievements create new challenges, and this initiative focuses on two of those: improving service delivery, particularly to the poor, through greater accountability and expanding the benefits of rapid growth—across sectors and regions.

Further, in the current era of quest towards sustainable development, there remains a clear divide between urban & rural areas, more notably in terms of access & quality with reference to transformative progress, and the multi -bilateral donors, governments, think-tank, NGOs & academia are exploring the potential to be more in tune with global conversations/partnerships than ever before, to clearly identify the full spectrum of innovation & implementation opportunities for farming, rural areas and outline the policy mechanisms that can deliver them. Therefore, this niche conference seeks to host & deliberate with the goal of empowering rural areas to meet the wide range of challenges and opportunities that face them in the 21st century: economic, infrastructural, social & also more importantly environmental & climate-related; The thematic strands focus towards a strong results-oriented, agenda, in keeping with the philosophy of the “New Rural Paradigm” that the Indian Government & the State Government of Telangana is impinging towards as part of its Vision & Strategic Approach to Development.

Important Dates
Abstract Submission: Feb 15,2020

Deadline for Early Bird Registration: Feb 15, 2020

Conference Dates: 04, 05 March 2020

SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS

Agrotechnology

Organic agriculture

Agriculture environment

Aquaculture

Agricultural Engineering and Mechanization

Community based rural development

Economic and social aspect of rural development

Livestock and Fisheries

Forests and Forestry

Productive uses of energy for rural development

Rural education and healthcare

Rural finance

Rural transport and water supply

Role of Agriculture in Rural Development

Technology and innovation in sanitation and rural hygiene

Biodiversity and climatic changes

Irrigation and Drainage

Gender equality and women empowerment

Key Drivers of Rural Change

Science and Technology for rural development

Contribution of Rural Areas in Indian Economy

Rural start-up initiatives

ICT for service delivery in Rural India –scope, challenges and present scenario

Practices for improving quality of life in rural areas

TARGET AUDIENCE

Academic institutions

Research organisations

Government officials and agencies

Public policy advocates

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs)

Corporate representatives

Elected public representatives

Local community leaders

Community development professionals

Development practitioners

Policymakers

Government officials

Project managers

Program coordinators

Development Consultants

Organizing Committee

Md. Mizanur Rahman

Joint Director
Research Division
Bangladesh Academy for Rural Development(BARD)
Bangladesh

Dr. Rekha Pande

Director
Centre for Women's Studies
University of Hyderabad
Hyderabad
India

Dr. A. Amarender Reddy

Principal
Scientist(Agricultural Economics)
ICAR-Centre Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture
Hyderabad
India

Dr HK Pradhan

Professor
XLRI School of Business
Jamshedpur
India

Dr. JADI BALA KOMARAIAH

Professor
Banaras Hindu University
Uttar Pradesh
India

Dr. Ram Swaroop Meena

Professor
Banaras Hindu University
Uttar Pradesh
India

Registrations

Speaker
₹ 4000

Student
₹ 2000

Delegate
₹ 3000

International Speaker/Delegate
$ 149