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Published Date : 2015-12-09T11:18:45.000Z

XIDAS 20 years of excellence in Sustainability and Management education
    

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Published Date : 2010-01-29T10:45:35.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-01-07T17:55:42.000Z

Artists: Stella, Vishu, Adya, Subhra, Sudeshna, Simi, Pooja Camera: Surya Place: Pentagon @ XIMJ
    

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Published Date : 2017-02-20T10:08:03.000Z

Published on Feb 19, 2017 Motivated by the Jesuit spirit of 'Magis', XIDAS envisions a management education which promotes a fuller human life and service to humanity. Presenting XIDAS-XIMJ
    

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Published Date : 2010-08-23T10:04:30.000Z

XIDAS, Jabalpur
    

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Published Date : 2016-10-17T19:20:26.000Z

Feeling like we were on a mission that helped us to do amazing stuff. Bringing you glimpse/memories of the ultimate exposure. Place of Visit: Sagar (District), M.P Photography- Promila Kiro & Nikhil Shekhar Xavier Institute of Management, Jabalpur Batch 2016-18
    

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Published Date : 2016-04-20T11:45:30.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2009-09-12T19:17:39.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2017-02-06T12:07:05.000Z

Academic-Industry Interface X=PRESSION 2017 A Live Business Project Activity From 12:00 to 4:00 PM on 10 February 2017
    

Channel Title : XIDAS Jabalpur

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Published Date : 2015-11-24T11:27:27.000Z

Prof. Lodewijk Berlage, KU Leuven, Belgium & Dr. Namrata Vasudeo Jasrotia, Dean Academics, XIDAS, Jabalpur, India (ICSD 2014) presented paper on Microcredit: from hope to scepticism to modest hope. The deliberation explained about the origins of the modern micro credit from 1980s with first players like Grammen Bank, Banco Sol and MYRADA. There was hope of win-win situation from the intervention of Micro Finance. They were seen as bodies helping the poor, the entrepreneurs and the households. These would help in reduction of poverty within the household as well as local community. The paper drew the following major conclusions i.e., It is not impossible to combine outreach with profitability, design of micro credit contract and strategies suggests that more flexibility doesn't reduce repayment rate. The crisis of Andhra Pradesh was discussed in which over indebtedness was observed. The hopes for Micro Finance (MF) were too high. It should have been much more modest.
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-06T05:48:16.000Z

Her Excellency Dr. Genet Zewdie, Ambassador of Ethopia to India (ICSD 2014) in her deliberation highlighted the importance of sustainable development for Ethopia. The country has been subjected to extreme poverty. Undemocratic governments and cyclical droughts had pushed the country into the vicious circle of poverty. These droughts turned into famines. The country has an ancient history. More than 80 ethnic communities are living together. The country has never been colonized. The country has contributed coffee to the world. The country had in past monarchy and military form of government but in 1995 a new constitution was developed and the country at present has a federal democratic republic system. Election is held every 5 years on democratic lines. The government plays a major role in elevating poverty. Improvement in Health, Agriculture and Poverty Alleviation programmes are aimed to uplift the life of the poor from abject poverty. Government builds infrastructure, provides safe water, provides education, health etc. By 2020 it is expected that the millennium development goals will be achieved and Ethopia will be a middle income country. Due to agricultural development the droughts are controlled and they don't turn into famine. 94% of the schools going aged children are today going to primary schools. More than 71% of rural areas and 92% of urban area have portable safe water. This is one of the major achievements in last 20 years. The GDP is growing fairly in last 10 years. Local NGOs are involved in building schools, hospitals etc. People's empowerment and decentralization will help the country to have sustainable development.
    

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Published Date : 2015-10-30T08:01:31.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-11-05T08:41:14.000Z

Mr. Kushal Neogy, Director, Partnership & Capacity Building, Catholic Relief Services, Lucknow (ICSD 2014) started his presentation with the background of India as a land of paradox. India has a huge population that consumes bottled water as well as there is a huge population which doesn't have good drinking water facilities. USA has stated India as a transformative nation. He emphasized upon the need to strengthen Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRI) and Community Based Organisations (CBOs). NGOs run away from the government. There is need to have proper collaboration. CRS tries to develop the skills of its partners. CRS collaborated with CARITAS and commenced this programme of skill building of the partner organisations. The programme started with 9 Diocesan Social Service Society. Commitment of partners and development of resource teams are two essential components for success under this programme.
    

Channel Title : XIDAS Jabalpur

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Published Date : 2015-11-06T06:13:46.000Z

Guest of Honour Dr. Sara Varughese, Regional Director, CBM SARO, Bangalore (ICSD 2014) spoke on Disability Inclusive Development. She narrated a case study of a girl child with disability who took food once in 2-3 days so that she would have to go to toilet once a week. She stated that as per Asian Development Bank “Development is Growth coupled with equal opportunities”. People with Disability are the most marginalized. As per new census around 2.68 crore people are with disability in India. Disability is hidden and stigmatized. It is also an economic burden on any family. It is seen that where people are poor there is disability and where there is disability there is poverty. This is the vicious circle of poverty and disability. She familiarized the house with the “Twin Track Approach”. It is important to mainstream all programmes by focusing on people with disability. Community Based Rahabilitation is a practical strategy as envisaged by WHO for mainstreaming people with disability. She stressed upon CSR for CBR by inviting the corporate houses to take up work for the disabled people.
    

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Published Date : 2009-10-05T16:44:55.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-11-06T05:19:01.000Z

Keynote Speaker Prof. Deepak K Behera, Vice Chancellor, Berhampur University, Orissa (ICSD 2014) gave the address titled “Cultural Perspective of Sustainable Tribal Development”. Culture is the infrastructure upon which the super structure is based upon. Sustainable Tribal Development is
    

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Published Date : 2018-08-13T17:32:49.000Z

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Published Date : 2016-03-04T05:52:44.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2016-03-10T08:12:08.000Z

Valedictory
    

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Published Date : 2018-03-20T11:01:04.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-11-06T09:22:30.000Z

Ms. Rubina Sen (ICSD 2014) Global Reporting Initiative Focal Point India Coordinator, New Delhi delivered session on Sustainability Reporting. It is basically the art of managing change. “What you can't measure, you cannot manage and what you can't manage you can never change”. Hence, to bring about any positive change in an organization it is important to measure, address and change. The reporting is based on three pillars i.e., Economic, Environment and Social Aspects. It is about promoting change and helping organizations to measure sustainability. G4 is the new guideline. It also helps to bring about harmonization among reporting system. The principles of G4 were discussed like materiality, completeness, stakeholder inclusiveness and sustainability issues. In 2013 it was observed that 80% of the largest 100 companies in 41 countries of the world are using GRI Sustainability Guidelines. It is challenging to ensure the commitment of all the staff members to adopt and practice these guidelines etc.
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-25T06:43:55.000Z

Mr. Saju MK, Manager - West Zone, CARITAS, Bhopal (ICSD 2014) gave presentation on International Year of Family Farming as well as initiatives under taken by CARITAS. It is a guaranteed source of food supply; it will help to tackle the problem of malnutrition. 40% of world food supply is based upon family farming. It helps in poverty alleviation, bio-diversity protection, gives opportunity for women to take part at par with men and become decision makers in the domain of agriculture. Revival of local crops like millets etc is also being facilitated.
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-06T09:06:41.000Z

Hon. Mrs. Maricou, First Secretary, Embassy of Belgium in India (ICSD 2014) addressed the house about the climate change policy of Belgium. The country is the founding member of the European Union. It is also a member of the Kyoto Protocol. They are working on reducing the emission of greenhouses gases. Between 1990 and 2012 the emission of greenhouse gases in Belgium dropped by 17%. Electricity and heat generation increased by 55% and the greenhouse gases emission reduced by 26%. This was due to improved technological interventions. Renewable fuels are 10% of total energy consumption. There is a special system of collection of waste and stress is laid on recycling of waste.
    

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Published Date : 2016-03-09T10:14:37.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2016-09-22T06:10:16.000Z

Lecture on Role of Students on Nation Building
    

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Published Date : 2016-03-10T05:34:47.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-11-05T11:39:10.000Z

Chief Guest Hon. Shri Anthony JC DeSa, IAS Chief Secretary, Govt. of Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal (ICSD 2014) in his deliberation complimented XIDAS as one of the finest institution in the state of Madhya Pradesh. He recalled the classic definition of sustainable development with the house as “Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”. Our Development interventions should not exert pressure on the environment beyond the carrying capacity (of any system). The fact is that all development exerts pressure on the environment. From the time since, the early ancestors came out of caves they have been exerting pressure on environment. Technology has enabled us to destroy far beyond what previous generations could do. He quoted the thoughts of Mahatma Gandhi “The World has enough to meet every man's need but not enough to meet every man's greed”. This is the guiding principle. We should not sharpen the divide between the environment and development. Environmental conversation and Economic Development have to be pursued together as “Twin Goals”. Sustainable Development is inclusive, integrative, and equitable between people. Policies of inclusion will lead us to Sustainable Development. It is important to develop appropriate technologies like renewable energies etc. If there is one thing that nature teaches us it is to seek balance and equilibrium. Similarly in our Developmental Approaches we need to have a balance. Equitable and Inclusive Growth will help to bring equilibrium.
    

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Published Date : 2016-03-04T05:20:09.000Z

Key Note Address
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-24T11:12:02.000Z

Hon. Poonam Ben Velji Bhai Jat, Member of Parliament, Kutch (ICSD 2014) spoke about sustainable development initiatives in the Kutch area of Gujarat. The area faced several challenges like severe earthquake in 2001; it is a desert like area with very less rainfall etc. The area faced lot of migration due to poor employment opportunities. Due to intervention of the Hon. C.M. of Gujarat Shri Narendra Bhai Modi there has been a transformation of the area. The area has been developed as a vibrant tourist centre. The area has been developed but at the same time care is being taken to preserve the local environment. There is Kutch Utsav which initially started for 2 days and now it is for 2 months. These initiatives have helped to bring prosperity to the region. The Runn of Kutch has a beautiful salt cover. Promotion of entrepreneurship opportunities by promoting the production of Kutchi Mava (Local Sweet) and ice creams from camel's milk have also helped to improve the livelihood of the local people.
    

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Published Date : 2016-03-10T05:34:47.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2016-03-09T06:41:04.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-11-05T04:58:42.000Z

Made by Students (XIDAS-XIMJ)
    

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Published Date : 2016-03-11T06:11:00.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2016-03-04T06:48:48.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2016-03-11T05:44:03.000Z

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Published Date : 2015-11-24T09:42:59.000Z

Guest of Honour Hon. Shri O. P. Rawat, Former Secretary DPE, Ministry of Heavy Industries, GOI (ICSD 2014) addressed the house by congratulating XIDAS for having this wonderful 2 days conference in the city of Jabalpur known as “Sanskardhani”. The city is heart of Madhya Pradesh which is heart of India. He asked the students to process the data that they have received in these 2 days and work in the field with this knowledge and prove the Indian Ethos of “Vasudev Kutumbakam”.
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-05T08:25:27.000Z

Mr. B. Siva Kumar, HSE, BALCO (Vedanta), CG, Korba (ICSD 2014) gave a brief background of his company and appreciated the initiative of XIDAS and called upon the institute to set up a sustainability award for the corporate houses.
    

Channel Title : XIDAS Jabalpur

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Published Date : 2016-03-10T06:35:59.000Z

Valedictory
    

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Published Date : 2016-03-09T11:00:50.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-11-24T08:36:25.000Z

Mr. Niranjan Khatri, GM, Welcome Environ, ITC Ltd., New Delhi (ICSD 2014) in his narration introduced ITC Ltd. as a 100 years old company. The company is involved in education, watershed, community empowerment etc. The audience was inspired to learn from Noah's Ark. The dying rivers and rising air pollution is a major concern in our country. According to Nicholas Stern the global economy has to invest 1% of its GDP in climate change or else it will end up in losing 15%-20% of its GDP. ITC Ltd. has 11 hotels that are Platinum certified. Sustainable Development has to be embedded in the service design of our institutions. The company is involved in decarbonising its operations. There needs to be architectural changes for inclusive growth. There has been initiative for mainstreaming and employing 300 people with disability at ITC Hotels etc.
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-06T08:49:00.000Z

Mr. Marcus Lim, Co-founder, ECOSOFT, Singapore (ICSD 2014) stated that ECOSOFT is a social enterprise from Singapore and they have started working in Central India. The focus is around the theme of WATER. He discussed about urban challenges in the domain of water shortages and water quality. 80% water can be recovered and reused at household and can in a long way solve the crisis of water availability. Partnership Approach through C3 Approach can contribute towards sustainable development. C3 approach is a combined result of Community, Campus and Corporate to tackle with the issues like water, sanitation, livelihood etc. A Case of GK Enchanted Farm in Philippines was discussed which works to provide home for homeless, food for the poor and land for the landless. At GK there is an attempt to work on C3 approach by bringing these stakeholders together. It is important to involve youth and sensitize corporate houses to think beyond short term gains.
    

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Published Date : 2016-03-09T11:27:41.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2016-03-09T09:56:15.000Z

    

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Published Date : 2015-11-04T11:45:56.000Z

Made by Students (XIDAS-XIMJ)
    

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Published Date : 2015-11-06T06:52:05.000Z

Dr. Fr. Ozzie Mascarenhas, S.J., JRD TATA Chair of Business Ethics, XLRI, Jamshedpur and Chairman MBA Programmes, St. Aloysius College, Mangalore (ICSD 2014) in his presentation enlightened the house about Integrated Global Sustainability Development (IGSD): Christian Perspectives. Defining Sustainability as our capacity for continued existence and operation into the long term future is a dangerously anthropocentric concept. Such a notion of mankind centered progress is fragile and exhaustible. The Bruntland Commission definition of Sustainable Development is also anthropocentric concept from Catholic Perspective. According to Bible IGSD is a proactive, prosperity concept and project.

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