Department of Agricultural Eco. & Business Mngt.
Seminar/Conference/Workshop of the Department
(C) Organized One-Day International Workshop on Managing Research for Effective Outcome for research oriented minds on 6th August, 2018. The objective of the workshop was to enhance the research skills of academicians, researchers and students to reach a level that was necessary for journal publication.
Prof. Mohammed Chowdhury of Touro College & the University System, New York, USA and Prof. Zahurul Alam of Department Of Management, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh were the resource persons invited in the program. Prof. Badar Alam Iqbal, Retired Professor, Department of Commerce, AMU graced the occasion as the Chief Guest in the inaugural session of the workshop.
The program comprised of two technical sessions on how to conceptualize research and map the processes to maximize outcome of research. Numerous examples were used by the speakers to guide the researchers to develop research insights and figure out the research impediments. The facilitators shared their experiences for studying abroad and doing research with foreign collaborations. They also provided insights on how to handle the reviewers comments and methods for getting the papers accepted. The workshop also touched on the ethics of research and plagiarism.
Program covered the following topics;
Topic I: Motivations to maximise research outcomes.
Topic II: Mapping research Processes & Handling Reviewers Comments
Topic III: Ethics in Research
Topic IV: How to get admissions in International Universities
Topic V: Procedure to get foreign collaboration for research
Topic VI: Query Session
The program concluded with the memento presentation and certificates distribution. Prof. M. Khalid Azam of Department of Business Administration, AMU and Prof. Imran Saleem of Department of Commerce, AMU acted as technical Sessions coordinators.
(a) Organized 1st National Seminar on on October 22, 2011
Agribusiness in India: contemporary issues and Future prospects
& Alumni Meet on October 23, 2011
(b) Organized 2nd National Seminar on February 23, 2013
Emerging Issues in Agribusiness Management
& Alumni Meet on February 24, 2013