ASSOCIATION OF MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTIONS IN SOUTH ASIA
South Asian Management Forum (SAMF) is a biennial conference organized by the Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA) by rotation in all the South Asian (SAARC) countries. The key objective of the conference is to explore the main issues allied with economic & social growth and development of the South Asian region. The conference provides a platform for scholars, thinkers, researchers, academicians, practitioners, and business leaders to share their philosophical thoughts, the conceptualization of ideas and empirical evidence.
The 15th SAMF was hosted by Sukkur IBA University (SIBAU), Association of Management Development Institutions in Pakistan (AMDIP) and University of Management and Technology (UMT) from September 27 – 29, 2019. The theme of the forum was “Challenges of Inclusive Growth and Sustainability: The South Asian Context”. South Asian populace needs the management intellect to address the issues and problems that fall around the intersect of inclusive growth and sustainability. All three dimensions of inclusive growth: economic, institutional and social with a direct focus on sustainable development goals were addressed.
Day - 1 (On 27th September)
Book Launch Ceremony
Gala Dinner and Cultural Show
Day - 2 (On 28th September)
Day - 3 (On 29th September)
AMDISA is an international not-for-profit association. It is a network of Management Education and Management Development Institutions.
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