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Delhi to host conference on "Competency Building for Excellence, Innovation and Social Change"
A two-day National Conference on "Competency Building for Excellence, Innovation and Social Change (CBEIS 2015)" is going to be organized by Lingaya's Lalita Devi Institute of Management and Sciences on 6th and 7th November in the institute's premise in New Delhi.
Being an interdisciplinary conference, the participants shall comprise of people from industries and academia both, informed the organisers. Research papers, keynote addresses and articles based on the theme of competency building in relation to interdisciplinary vistas of knowledge will be presented in the conference.

Also, discussions will be held on the core issues of competency building today's dynamic organizations. The outstanding papers will be compiled and published to be the part of the larger body of knowledge.

The sub-theme of the conference will be such as competency mapping; knowledge management; competency based models; women and media; innovative practices; pedagogic principles for competency building; social media; urban and citizen journalism ; multiple intelligences and many more.

I too think that in the present times, organizations, enterprises and institutions need to focus on future-oriented personnel capacities; organizational competency to structure short-term as well as the long-term aims; and knowledge or innovative competency that includes the ability to convert the knowledge and ideas of personnel into innovative products.

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