International Symposium on Resistive Economy: Action and Implementation
The Supreme Leader of Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatollah Khamenei, for the first time, on August 2011, declared the concept of "Resistive Economy" and later, on February 2014, he set the 24-point General Policies of Iran’s Resistive Economy. These policies have been set based on flexible, opportunistic, productive, endogenous, leading and extroverted approaches in order to improve economic strength, to finally achieve goals of Iran Vision 2025. The Resistive Economy has projected to make Iran’s economy resistant to external economic shocks such as global financial crises by boosting self-sufficiency through promotion of knowledge-based economy, enhancing absorption of foreign investment, maximal utilization of the country’s resources, increased efficiency in economic activity, improvement of economic competitiveness, promotion of domestic production, provision of food and medicine security, consumption management, regional and international economic collaboration, reduce dependency on oil and gas export revenue, etc. In this regard, similar models of economic development and progress in other developing countries like India could be inspiring. The Scientific, Research and Technology representative of Iran in India and subcontinent, the Jamia Mellia Islamia University-New Delhi, Allameh Tabataba'i University in Tehran and the Union of Iranian Students' Islamic Associations in India are jointly conducting the "International Symposium on Resistive Economy: Action and Implementation with Emphasis on Development and Progress Models in India" on three main aspects of IT/ICT, Renewable Energy, and Agriculture on March 2017. The organizing committee of the symposium invites all researches, eminent scientists, students, and experts in the fields of IT/ICT, Renewable Energy, and Agriculture from public and private sectors to send their short papers (word or pdf) to the secretariat office of the symposium.
Thursday and Friday, 9 and 10 March 2017.
The session will be held in Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, India.
For more detailed information on the session, please contact the following telephone numbers: +911123357611, +917508808241, +919811449396, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last date for submission of short paper: 5 February 2017.
Notification of Acceptance: 12 February 2017.
Early bird registration to get some benefits of the symposium: 5 February 2017.
Last date for registration: 13 February 2017.
Last date for submission of full length paper: 9 March 2017.