A research paper was presented by the staff of Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Fursatganj during the National Conference on “Growth and Social Sector Development in Uttar Pradesh” organized by Department of Economics, University of Lucknow at Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh (U.P) on 06th & 7th April 2017.
The conference was inaugurated by Mr. Rajesh Agrawal, Finance Minister, Government of Uttar Pradesh in the august presence of the Chief Guest Prof. Sukhdeo Thorat, Chairman of I.C.S.S.R New Delhi, Guest of Honour Prof. Amaresh Dubey, CSRD, J.N.U, New Delhi and Prof. S.P. Singh, Vice Chancellor, Lucknow University.
The research paper, presented by the staff of FDDI analyzed the effect of demonetization on the Indian leather industry.
The purpose of the seminar was to bring together scholars from various countries across the globe like Bangladesh, Nepal Bhutan and Sri Lanka to promote discussion on the growth and up-bringing the social reform for the welfare of people living in the Uttar Pradesh.
The conference discussed several aspects and the scholars presented various valuable research papers on different field of social sector reforms and development. Researchers emphasize to upgrade the current higher education system in U.P, women empowerment with relate to encourage the entrepreneur skills & business, rural development & village economy, poverty rate & their control methods and many more emerging topic of current scenario of UP.
Deliberations and discussions amongst the participants, during the course of various technical sessions paved the way for valuable inputs of research.
During the conference, a research paper was presented by Mr. Varun Gupta, Jr. Consultant (FT), Mr. Pradeep Kumar Shukla, Associate Faculty (FT) from Fursatganj campus and Mr. Neeraj Kumar, Sr. Instructor (FT) from Noida campus on the topic “The Effect of Demonetization in Indian Leather Industry”.
The paper conceptualized the detail study of demonetization effect on Indian leather industry comprises of footwear, tanning, leather goods, leather garments and saddlery manufacturing sector in India with the objective to analyze the effect of demonetization in Indian leather industry and to find the emerging strengths due to the change. It strives to identify the scope of suggestions in the current policies with the existence of courses related with the leather sector.
The research paper, presented by the staff of FDDI analyzed the effect of demonetization on Indian leather industry and the audiences were all ears to listen to the experts valued inputs.
FDDI provides ample opportunity to upgrade the skills and knowledge of its employees & to keep themselves abreast of the changing business environment and competition.