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MCC ranked 2nd All-India and 1st in Karnataka in the Swacchta Campus ranking by MHRD

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

3rd December, 2019

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19 students attend the La-Rochelle Study Tour Program in France

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

20th November, 2019

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MCC is accredited A+ in the fourth cycle of accreditation by NAAC

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

MCC signs MoU with FCM Travel Solutions

With the intent to collaborate on a Skill Enhancement Course, this exciting new venture endeavors to impart in-demand proficiencies to students and enable their successful entry into the travel industry.

6th November, 2019

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Best HOD Award granted to Ms. Lalitha

MCC is proud to state that the highly esteemed Best Head of Department Award, granted by the Karnataka Education Society, has been awarded to Ms. Lalitha, HOD, Department of Travel and Tourism.

25th October, 2019

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MCC signs MoU with Shangri-La Hotel

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

The University of Bristol Collaboration

MCC has forged an alliance with the University of Bristol. Through our association, we endeavor to open exciting new avenues to our students and promote their professional advancement.

4th October, 2019

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Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement Award granted to Dr. S. Ramesh

The Bangalore University College Principals’ Association has conferred the ‘Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement’ Award 2019 on Dr. S. Ramesh, Dean of International Programmes and Partnerships, Mount Carmel College.

16th October, 2019

MCC ranked 2nd All-India and 1st in Karnataka in the Swacchta Campus ranking by MHRD

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

3rd December, 2019

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MCC is accredited A+ in the fourth cycle of accreditation by NAAC

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

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19 students attend the La-Rochelle Study Tour Program in France

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

20th November, 2019

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MCC signs MoU with FCM Travel Solutions

With the intent to collaborate on a Skill Enhancement Course, this exciting new venture endeavors to impart in-demand proficiencies to students and enable their successful entry into the travel industry.

6th November, 2019

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MCC signs MoU with Shangri-La Hotel

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

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The University of Bristol Collaboration

MCC has forged an alliance with the University of Bristol. Through our association, we endeavor to open exciting new avenues to our students and promote their professional advancement.

4th October, 2019

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Best HOD Award granted to Ms. Lalitha

MCC is proud to state that the highly esteemed Best Head of Department Award, granted by the Karnataka Education Society, has been awarded to Ms. Lalitha, HOD, Department of Travel and Tourism.

25th October, 2019

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Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement Award granted to Dr. S. Ramesh

The Bangalore University College Principals’ Association has conferred the ‘Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement’ Award 2019 on Dr. S. Ramesh, Dean of International Programmes and Partnerships, Mount Carmel College.

16th October, 2019

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IRE Festum - A National Level Tourism Workshop

In collaboration with India Tourism, Bangalore (Government of India), our Department of Travel Tourism took the initiative to organise a resplendent National Workshop titled, ‘Ire Festum’ scheduled on the 22nd of January. The theme of the National Workshop was ‘Career Progression: A Map for your Future’ and the fest did justice to it. By opening the realm to the youth, the fest was spearheaded by eminent lecturers and guest speakers who shed light upon the diverse career options within Travel & Tourism

18th January, 2020

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Hackathon

Hosted from the 13th of January, 2020 onwards, MCC celebrated the amalgamation of technology meeting creativity. The stage was set and led in developers, programmers, coders, and hacking enthusiasts to a series of interactive sessions fuelled by the infinite possibilities that technology stores within it! Through multiple seminars, interactive sessions and competitions, students acquired a deeper understanding of technology and the many ways to create a successful career with ease.

In collaboration with India Tourism, Bangalore (Government of India), our Department of Travel Tourism took the initiative to organise a resplendent National Workshop titled, ‘Ire Festum’ scheduled on the 22nd of January. The theme of the National Workshop was ‘Career Progression: A Map for your Future’ and the fest did justice to it. By opening the realm to the youth, the fest was spearheaded by eminent lecturers and guest speakers who shed light upon the diverse career options within Travel & Tourism

16th January, 2020

Cul-Ah

Cul-Ah Fest is an annual, inter-collegiate national level fest hosted by Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. This two-day cultural extravaganza is renowned across India and plays host to over 300 Indian Colleges and a massive crowd of 10,000 people each day. Touching upon a plethora of events in the fields of music, dance, literature, foreign languages, dramatics, etc., students get together on a festive note to celebrate college culture and explore their talents and aspirations!

13th & 14th December, 2019

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Nat Geo

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher. MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest HigherAs we wake to witness the brink of extinction, we cannot further emphasise how pertinent the conservation of wildlife is. To spread awareness on the environmental crises, we are currently facing and to showcase “The Greener Side” of life, MCC shared its space with Echoes of Earth, and First Main in association with Nat Geo Wild. The event brought in some of the most influential activists of this generation and hosted deliberations through art and music! Feel free to scroll through this event!

23rd November, 2019

Gandhian Worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future

With the father of our nation in mind, this conference was spearheaded by the topic Gandhian worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future. Commemorating his 150th birth anniversary, the two-day event entailed technical sessions, panel discussions and paper presentations that touched upon a range of topics, such as the Gandhian principles and sustainable development; Ahimsa, a means of conflict resolution; Gandhi’s economic model vs. consumerism; Gandhi and religion; Gandhi and the Mahatma; Gandhi and political ideology; Gandhi through a feminist lens; Gandhi’s influence on world thought; and Building Social and Economic Health through a Gandhian Model Justice. Continue understanding the conference through a comprehensive outlook of all that took place!

26th & 27th November, 2019

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Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies

MCC’s National Conference on Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies focused on decoding the Indian agricultural crisis and its impact. It further shed light upon the deficiencies in agricultural input deliveries, and measures to augment input delivery while discussing the role of technology in agriculture and radical strategies to build sustainable agriculture. We are proud to state that reputed Academicians, Researchers, Agriculturists, Bio Scientists, and Policy Makers participated in the conference to debate and deliberate on the challenges in Indian Agriculture. Feel free to scroll through a brief understanding of the National Conference and the ground-breaking points that it looked into!

2nd & 3rd December, 2019

IRE Festum - A National Level Tourism Workshop

In collaboration with India Tourism, Bangalore (Government of India), our Department of Travel Tourism took the initiative to organise a resplendent National Workshop titled, ‘Ire Festum’ scheduled on the 22nd of January. The theme of the National Workshop was ‘Career Progression: A Map for your Future’ and the fest did justice to it. By opening the realm to the youth, the fest was spearheaded by eminent lecturers and guest speakers who shed light upon the diverse career options within Travel & Tourism

18th January, 2020

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Hackathon

Hosted from the 13th of January, 2020 onwards, MCC celebrated the amalgamation of technology meeting creativity. The stage was set and led in developers, programmers, coders, and hacking enthusiasts to a series of interactive sessions fuelled by the infinite possibilities that technology stores within it! Through multiple seminars, interactive sessions and competitions, students acquired a deeper understanding of technology and the many ways to create a successful career with ease.

Hosted from the 13th of January, 2020 onwards, MCC celebrated the amalgamation of technology meeting creativity. The stage was set and led in developers, programmers, coders, and hacking enthusiasts to a series of interactive sessions fuelled by the infinite possibilities that technology stores within it! Through multiple seminars, interactive sessions and competitions, students acquired a deeper understanding of technology and the many ways to create a successful career with ease.

16th January, 2020

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Cul-Ah

Cul-Ah Fest is an annual, inter-collegiate national level fest hosted by Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. This two-day cultural extravaganza is renowned across India and plays host to over 300 Indian Colleges and a massive crowd of 10,000 people each day. Touching upon a plethora of events in the fields of music, dance, literature, foreign languages, dramatics, etc., students get together on a festive note to celebrate college culture and explore their talents and aspirations!

13th & 14th December, 2019

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Nat Geo

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher. MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest HigherAs we wake to witness the brink of extinction, we cannot further emphasise how pertinent the conservation of wildlife is. To spread awareness on the environmental crises, we are currently facing and to showcase “The Greener Side” of life, MCC shared its space with Echoes of Earth, and First Main in association with Nat Geo Wild. The event brought in some of the most influential activists of this generation and hosted deliberations through art and music! Feel free to scroll through this event!

23rd November, 2019

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Gandhian Worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future

With the father of our nation in mind, this conference was spearheaded by the topic Gandhian worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future. Commemorating his 150th birth anniversary, the two-day event entailed technical sessions, panel discussions and paper presentations that touched upon a range of topics, such as the Gandhian principles and sustainable development; Ahimsa, a means of conflict resolution; Gandhi’s economic model vs. consumerism; Gandhi and religion; Gandhi and the Mahatma; Gandhi and political ideology; Gandhi through a feminist lens; Gandhi’s influence on world thought; and Building Social and Economic Health through a Gandhian Model Justice. Continue understanding the conference through a comprehensive outlook of all that took place!

26th & 27th November, 2019

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Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies

MCC’s National Conference on Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies focused on decoding the Indian agricultural crisis and its impact. It further shed light upon the deficiencies in agricultural input deliveries, and measures to augment input delivery while discussing the role of technology in agriculture and radical strategies to build sustainable agriculture. We are proud to state that reputed Academicians, Researchers, Agriculturists, Bio Scientists, and Policy Makers participated in the conference to debate and deliberate on the challenges in Indian Agriculture. Feel free to scroll through a brief understanding of the National Conference and the ground-breaking points that it looked into!

2nd & 3rd December, 2019

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News

MCC ranked 2nd All-India and 1st in Karnataka in the Swacchta Campus ranking by MHRD

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

3rd December, 2019

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19 students attend the La-Rochelle Study Tour Program in France

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

20th November, 2019

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MCC is accredited A+ in the fourth cycle of accreditation by NAAC

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

MCC signs MoU with FCM Travel Solutions

With the intent to collaborate on a Skill Enhancement Course, this exciting new venture endeavors to impart in-demand proficiencies to students and enable their successful entry into the travel industry.

6th November, 2019

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Best HOD Award granted to Ms. Lalitha

MCC is proud to state that the highly esteemed Best Head of Department Award, granted by the Karnataka Education Society, has been awarded to Ms. Lalitha, HOD, Department of Travel and Tourism.

25th October, 2019

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MCC signs MoU with Shangri-La Hotel

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

The University of Bristol Collaboration

MCC has forged an alliance with the University of Bristol. Through our association, we endeavor to open exciting new avenues to our students and promote their professional advancement.

4th October, 2019

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Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement Award granted to Dr. S. Ramesh

The Bangalore University College Principals’ Association has conferred the ‘Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement’ Award 2019 on Dr. S. Ramesh, Dean of International Programmes and Partnerships, Mount Carmel College.

16th October, 2019

MCC ranked 2nd All-India and 1st in Karnataka in the Swacchta Campus ranking by MHRD

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

3rd December, 2019

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MCC is accredited A+ in the fourth cycle of accreditation by NAAC

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

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19 students attend the La-Rochelle Study Tour Program in France

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher Educational Institutions in Karnataka, while simultaneously securing second place in the All-India Ranking.

20th November, 2019

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MCC signs MoU with FCM Travel Solutions

With the intent to collaborate on a Skill Enhancement Course, this exciting new venture endeavors to impart in-demand proficiencies to students and enable their successful entry into the travel industry.

6th November, 2019

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MCC signs MoU with Shangri-La Hotel

This was a progressive initiative towards fostering a collaborative atmosphere and providing students with an opportunity to pursue successful careers.

6th November, 2019

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The University of Bristol Collaboration

MCC has forged an alliance with the University of Bristol. Through our association, we endeavor to open exciting new avenues to our students and promote their professional advancement.

4th October, 2019

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Best HOD Award granted to Ms. Lalitha

MCC is proud to state that the highly esteemed Best Head of Department Award, granted by the Karnataka Education Society, has been awarded to Ms. Lalitha, HOD, Department of Travel and Tourism.

25th October, 2019

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Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement Award granted to Dr. S. Ramesh

The Bangalore University College Principals’ Association has conferred the ‘Best Teacher Lifetime Achievement’ Award 2019 on Dr. S. Ramesh, Dean of International Programmes and Partnerships, Mount Carmel College.

16th October, 2019

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Events

IRE Festum - A National Level Tourism Workshop

In collaboration with India Tourism, Bangalore (Government of India), our Department of Travel Tourism took the initiative to organise a resplendent National Workshop titled, ‘Ire Festum’ scheduled on the 22nd of January. The theme of the National Workshop was ‘Career Progression: A Map for your Future’ and the fest did justice to it. By opening the realm to the youth, the fest was spearheaded by eminent lecturers and guest speakers who shed light upon the diverse career options within Travel & Tourism

18th January, 2020

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Hackathon

Hosted from the 13th of January, 2020 onwards, MCC celebrated the amalgamation of technology meeting creativity. The stage was set and led in developers, programmers, coders, and hacking enthusiasts to a series of interactive sessions fuelled by the infinite possibilities that technology stores within it! Through multiple seminars, interactive sessions and competitions, students acquired a deeper understanding of technology and the many ways to create a successful career with ease.

In collaboration with India Tourism, Bangalore (Government of India), our Department of Travel Tourism took the initiative to organise a resplendent National Workshop titled, ‘Ire Festum’ scheduled on the 22nd of January. The theme of the National Workshop was ‘Career Progression: A Map for your Future’ and the fest did justice to it. By opening the realm to the youth, the fest was spearheaded by eminent lecturers and guest speakers who shed light upon the diverse career options within Travel & Tourism

16th January, 2020

Cul-Ah

Cul-Ah Fest is an annual, inter-collegiate national level fest hosted by Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. This two-day cultural extravaganza is renowned across India and plays host to over 300 Indian Colleges and a massive crowd of 10,000 people each day. Touching upon a plethora of events in the fields of music, dance, literature, foreign languages, dramatics, etc., students get together on a festive note to celebrate college culture and explore their talents and aspirations!

13th & 14th December, 2019

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Nat Geo

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher. MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest HigherAs we wake to witness the brink of extinction, we cannot further emphasise how pertinent the conservation of wildlife is. To spread awareness on the environmental crises, we are currently facing and to showcase “The Greener Side” of life, MCC shared its space with Echoes of Earth, and First Main in association with Nat Geo Wild. The event brought in some of the most influential activists of this generation and hosted deliberations through art and music! Feel free to scroll through this event!

23rd November, 2019

Gandhian Worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future

With the father of our nation in mind, this conference was spearheaded by the topic Gandhian worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future. Commemorating his 150th birth anniversary, the two-day event entailed technical sessions, panel discussions and paper presentations that touched upon a range of topics, such as the Gandhian principles and sustainable development; Ahimsa, a means of conflict resolution; Gandhi’s economic model vs. consumerism; Gandhi and religion; Gandhi and the Mahatma; Gandhi and political ideology; Gandhi through a feminist lens; Gandhi’s influence on world thought; and Building Social and Economic Health through a Gandhian Model Justice. Continue understanding the conference through a comprehensive outlook of all that took place!

26th & 27th November, 2019

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Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies

MCC’s National Conference on Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies focused on decoding the Indian agricultural crisis and its impact. It further shed light upon the deficiencies in agricultural input deliveries, and measures to augment input delivery while discussing the role of technology in agriculture and radical strategies to build sustainable agriculture. We are proud to state that reputed Academicians, Researchers, Agriculturists, Bio Scientists, and Policy Makers participated in the conference to debate and deliberate on the challenges in Indian Agriculture. Feel free to scroll through a brief understanding of the National Conference and the ground-breaking points that it looked into!

2nd & 3rd December, 2019

IRE Festum - A National Level Tourism Workshop

In collaboration with India Tourism, Bangalore (Government of India), our Department of Travel Tourism took the initiative to organise a resplendent National Workshop titled, ‘Ire Festum’ scheduled on the 22nd of January. The theme of the National Workshop was ‘Career Progression: A Map for your Future’ and the fest did justice to it. By opening the realm to the youth, the fest was spearheaded by eminent lecturers and guest speakers who shed light upon the diverse career options within Travel & Tourism

18th January, 2020

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Hackathon

Hosted from the 13th of January, 2020 onwards, MCC celebrated the amalgamation of technology meeting creativity. The stage was set and led in developers, programmers, coders, and hacking enthusiasts to a series of interactive sessions fuelled by the infinite possibilities that technology stores within it! Through multiple seminars, interactive sessions and competitions, students acquired a deeper understanding of technology and the many ways to create a successful career with ease.

Hosted from the 13th of January, 2020 onwards, MCC celebrated the amalgamation of technology meeting creativity. The stage was set and led in developers, programmers, coders, and hacking enthusiasts to a series of interactive sessions fuelled by the infinite possibilities that technology stores within it! Through multiple seminars, interactive sessions and competitions, students acquired a deeper understanding of technology and the many ways to create a successful career with ease.

16th January, 2020

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Cul-Ah

Cul-Ah Fest is an annual, inter-collegiate national level fest hosted by Mount Carmel College, Bangalore. This two-day cultural extravaganza is renowned across India and plays host to over 300 Indian Colleges and a massive crowd of 10,000 people each day. Touching upon a plethora of events in the fields of music, dance, literature, foreign languages, dramatics, etc., students get together on a festive note to celebrate college culture and explore their talents and aspirations!

13th & 14th December, 2019

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Nat Geo

MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest Higher. MCC’s clean and eco-friendly campus has been ranked first place among the cleanest HigherAs we wake to witness the brink of extinction, we cannot further emphasise how pertinent the conservation of wildlife is. To spread awareness on the environmental crises, we are currently facing and to showcase “The Greener Side” of life, MCC shared its space with Echoes of Earth, and First Main in association with Nat Geo Wild. The event brought in some of the most influential activists of this generation and hosted deliberations through art and music! Feel free to scroll through this event!

23rd November, 2019

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Gandhian Worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future

With the father of our nation in mind, this conference was spearheaded by the topic Gandhian worldview: Looking Back to the Past to Engineer the Future. Commemorating his 150th birth anniversary, the two-day event entailed technical sessions, panel discussions and paper presentations that touched upon a range of topics, such as the Gandhian principles and sustainable development; Ahimsa, a means of conflict resolution; Gandhi’s economic model vs. consumerism; Gandhi and religion; Gandhi and the Mahatma; Gandhi and political ideology; Gandhi through a feminist lens; Gandhi’s influence on world thought; and Building Social and Economic Health through a Gandhian Model Justice. Continue understanding the conference through a comprehensive outlook of all that took place!

26th & 27th November, 2019

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Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies

MCC’s National Conference on Sustainable Agriculture: Challenges and Strategies focused on decoding the Indian agricultural crisis and its impact. It further shed light upon the deficiencies in agricultural input deliveries, and measures to augment input delivery while discussing the role of technology in agriculture and radical strategies to build sustainable agriculture. We are proud to state that reputed Academicians, Researchers, Agriculturists, Bio Scientists, and Policy Makers participated in the conference to debate and deliberate on the challenges in Indian Agriculture. Feel free to scroll through a brief understanding of the National Conference and the ground-breaking points that it looked into!

2nd & 3rd December, 2019

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