Change is a characteristic of all societies – be they primitive or modern. No society ever remains changeless. With time and unprecedented development, India has changed its outlook. “The 21st century is going to be the INDIAN century”. We all have heard many national and international political & economical leaders saying these many times. This is all because of the rapidly increasing influence of India, in practically every field around the globe, in the past few years after the globalisation of the Indian economy. In the present scenario, India is at the focus of the world’s major issues whether it is politics, science and technology or education, peace missions etc. and the list is endless. Earlier, the country that was thought to be as a land of just elephants and snakes, poverty, and hunger, now every country wants to enter in collaboration with it just because they have realised that it is not possible to carry forward the process of world development without India.

India is a country that has undergone a significant transformation in the last few decades. From a developing nation struggling with poverty and inequality to one of the fastest-growing major economies in the world, India has been on a remarkable journey of growth and development. Due to India’s fast development,the face of Indian cities and villages have changed rapidly. Today India has world class airports, roads, railways, and metro trains running in cities. India has also emerged as a leading country in IT and service sectors. Major part of the world’s outsourcing business has been shifted to India by many MNC’s. Not to leave behind, India is acing in education, medical advancements, world trade and commerce. All of these have changed India’s perception at global fronts completely.

It is in this backdrop that Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur is organizing the Eleventh International Conference in the series YOUTH 2025 – ‘India Rising’. This conference extends an invitation to leaders across the globe to participate, with the goal of cultivating transformational thoughts in youth and the broader society, encompassing corporate, government, NGOs, and various sectors such as entertainment, hospitality, army, judiciary, education, agriculture, industry, services, to name a few.

India Rising is also a celebration as the coming decades will be shaped in no small part by the choices India makes in its journey to be a “great- power”.

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Jaipur is named after its founder the warrior and astronomer sovereign Sawai Jai Singh II (ruled 1688 to 1744). It is 260 km from Delhi and 240 km from Agra and forms the most chosen tourism golden triangle of Delhi, Agra, and Jaipur. The old Jaipur painted in Pink can grip any visitor with admiration. The stunning backdrop of ancient forts Nahargarh, Amer, Jaigarh, and Moti Dungri are dramatic testimonials of the bygone era. The Pink City is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations of Rajasthan.


Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur is a part of Jaipuria group of institutions established under the Integral Education Society. The Jaipuria group has a long heritage of providing educational excellence to the youth of India since the establishment of Seth Anandram Jaipuria College in Calcutta (now Kolkata) in 1945. The first management institute of Jaipuria was established in 1995 in Lucknow, followed by Noida (2004), Jaipur (2006) and Indore (2010). The PGDM program offered at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur is approved by the AICTE (All India Council of Technical Education), accredited by the NBA (National Board of Accreditation) and recognized by AIU (Association of Indian Universities) as equivalent to MBA degree. The institute also runs AICTE approved PGDM-Service Management program and doctoral level Fellow Program in Management (FPM). The institute has been awarded Graded Autonomy (Grade 2) from AICTE and it has been listed under Great Place to Work by Great Place to Work Institute. The institute is also advancing towards international AACSB accreditation and crossed important milestones.

The institute strives to inculcate life-skills in students and provide them opportunity and assistance in what they would want to become in life. IIM Ahmedabad has written a case study on Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur focusing on student engagement initiatives and its attempt to blend formal and informal learning system. The infrastructure, ambience, learning ecosystem available at Jaipuria-Jaipur altogether provides excellent, conducive, and serene milieu for students to grow and realize their potential. There are four pillars of student centric learning model at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur. 1. Deeper Industry interface through sharing of learning and MoUs, Mentoring and Internship 2. Blending of formal & informal learning and strong individual Development Plans IDPs 3. Leveraging technology to provide 24*7 learning environment, and 4. Emphasis on holistic development through strong social connect and global exposure. Jaipuria Institute of Management, Jaipur takes concerted efforts towards enhancing deep learning resulting into significant learning experiences and meaningful student engagement leading to several positive outcomes in terms of improved employability and improved placements.