‘A Problem Which Cannot Be Solved Is Not A Problem At All’- Prof P.S.Yadapadithaya, the VC of MU

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‘A Problem Which Cannot Be Solved Is Not A Problem At All’- Prof P.S.Yadapadithaya, the VC of MU

  • ‘A problem which cannot be solved is not a problem at all’- Prof P.S.Yadapadithaya, the Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore University while inaugurating the Two day’s International E-conference on “Mutation Challenge in Commerce and Management Education”.

Mangaluru: The two-day International E-conference on “Mutation Challenge in Commerce and Management Education” was inaugurated by Prof. P. S. Yadapadithaya, the Vice-Chancellor of Mangalore University. He explained about the innovations of technology and e-commerce in Commerce and Management Education in the form of Business Labs, E-Learning, Distance Learning, Accounting practices, and virtual platforms invented in the forms of blessings in disguise due to waves and after waves of Covid.

The Academic Head of Regenesys Business School of South Africa Miss Patience Nyoni explained the disruptions and economic depressions of South Africa’s economy and the recovery efforts undertaken to raise the GDP of a country while delivering her Keynote address for the conference. Dr. Subhashini Srivatsa, Principal of the college presided over the function and expressed her concern about raising the education-employability divide among Commerce and Management graduates.

The M.Com and MBA (IB) Co-ordinator Dr. Jagadeesha B. delivered the conference prologue. The guests and gatherings were welcomed by Venkatesh Nayak, the Organising Secretary of the Conference, Steevan D’Souza, Department of MBA (IB), Conference Co-ordinator introduced the guests and the program was compeered by Miss Kavya P Hegde the Conference Coordinator.

Technical Session I on “Business Labs” was resourced by Prof. Pareekshith Singh Manhas, Rector and Director of University Incubation Centre, Jammu University. He explained the factors for the failure of business labs and the kinds of experiences to be given and the technology in business labs. This session was chaired by R. Ramanan, Former Mission Director, Atal Innovation Mission, and Additional Secretary of Niti Ayog, Government of India who focused on the need for smartness and adaptability in technology. This session was compeered by Rajesh Kumar and Praveen, faculty of MBA (IB) of the college.

The Panel Discussion was on “Industry Institutional Role in Professionalizing Commerce and Management Education”. Dr. Samir Kagalkar, Co-Founder, eMBArkers Management Education Start-Up laid focus on imbibing experience and mutual reinforcement for integrated and sustained education practices. Miss Kyoko Okutani, Chief Executive Officer, World Women Bank, Japan explained the phase of the development process of social enterprises. She experimented in supporting Social Entrepreneurship in Japan.

Prof. Manoj Kamat, Principal of DPM’s Shree Mallikarjun and Shri Chetan Manju Desai College, Canacona, Goa the Chairperson of the session invoked an interesting discussion during the session. Mr Mithun Chandra and Miss Harinakshi of the Department of MBA (IB) compeered the session. Fifty papers on various themes related to the conference were presented by the delegates from different parts of the world during the afternoon.


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  1. What exactly does it mean? Sounded more like Rahul Gandhi type of dialogue.
    Will the learned VC explain to the lesser mortals?

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