A two-day "International Conference on Sustainable Development Goals" was organised by the Indian Institute of Management (IIM), Bodh Gaya in association with the University of Cambridge. According to a statement released by the IIM Bodh Gaya on Sunday, papers were submitted to the two-day conference from 25 Indian states. "International papers were also received from the USA, the Netherlands, and Mauritius. The conference had a special emphasis on UN targeted sustainable development goals," the statement read. In the age of SDGs and ESGs, managing economic development and financial stability was the conference's theme, according to the announcement.
300 out of the 450 papers submitted to the conference were accepted, and 253 papers with amazing insights on topics including strategic sustainable development, electric vehicles and sustainability, and many more were presented in 50 tracks by top researchers, academics, and business professionals. According to the release, the conference received papers from 25 different Indian states. Researchers were able to interact, share ideas, and present their work over the two-day conference.
The first, second, and third "Best Paper" awards, respectively, went to Preeti Roy and Dr. Suman Saurabh (Department of Industrial and Management Engineering, IIT Kanpur), Naveenan R.V., Srinidhi Gadeela, and Abhishek Amar (Symbiosis Institute of Business Management, Symbiosis International University), Kavita Kamboj (Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), and Nawal K.