Based on the spirit of developing “Caring & Confident Community”. The revolutionary concept of Navsari Management Association (NMA) initiated by visionary member of Rotary Club of Navsari has successfully entered into the third year. The thought of investing into the society for shaping a caring and confident citizen for our community has started gaining momentum. You will all agree that within the short span of its inception, NMA has gradually started building its reputation not only among its stakeholders but also the society. This probably is because the NMA has stuck to its core vision and mission of furthering the cause of managerial excellence, it has never deviated from this.
NMA has thus far attempted to help its member and associates in developing professional skill and expertise in their respective fields. The objective in conducting wide ranging diverse programmes throughout the year is to share knowledge, accord opportunities, promote and propagate innovative methods and practices adopted in different vocation to various cross sections of the society hitherto deprived of such opportunities.
NMA aspires to be a leader in professional development, advancing the skill of individuals desiring to perform and excel. NMA’s focus will be on improving performance through experimental learning “learning through doing”. Our vision and mission is to be a leading institution in south Gujarat providing a comprehensive range of high quality management development ,training and and educational services to create a meaningful differences to individuals ,organizations and the society at large .we believe in skilled Navsari ,where economy is buoyant and vibrant, but is “caring and sharing”. Through we believe that business is for profit ,it cannot be divorced from ethics.
|Speakers||: Dr. Deepak Vohra|
|Time||: 7.00 PM Onwards|
|Fees||: You are Cordially Invited to Attend The Event Followed By Dinner Along With Your Spouse|
|Venue||: Anavil Sanskar Trust Building, Swapnalok Sankul, Nr. Kaliyawadi Bridge, Navsari.|
Historically, the family has played the primary role in educating children for life, with school providing supplemental scaffolding to the family. We, as a developing society do have a significant role to play in creating clear, confident character based citizens. For our city, country, world. The Human Development Report 2013 released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), ranked our country at a low 136 among 186 countries on its human development index (HDI) a composite measure of life expectancy, access to education and income levels. That means India has a lot of catching up to do!
The report released placed India at the near-bottom of countries which have reached medium development. With its index standing at 0.554 for the last year, India has miles to go to meet countries like Norway (ranked number 1) which boasts of an HDI of 0.955. HDI is considered a better measure of a country's progress than mere income growth, but suffers from its own flaws such as masking regional inequalities. On the positive side, India's HDI has risen by 1.7% annually since 1980. The 2013 report focuses on the "Rise of the South", mapping the shift in global dynamics from the traditional power base in the west to newer emerging countries.
Navsari just because of its size must not suffer by the opportunities for development that the world has to offer. So, we, at Rotary Club of Navsari thought to initiate the “Navsari Management Association” affiliated to the All India Management Association.