Jain (Deemed-to-be University) , an intellectual destination that draws inspired students from more than 35 countries to India’s Silicon Valley – Bengaluru, has established with an aim to provide quality education and entrepreneurial development. Because of its commitment to learning, research, academia and entrepreneurial development, National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) has awarded ‘A’ Grade to Jain (Deemed-to-be University) with a CGPA of 3.31 on a 4-point scale. A culturally vibrant campus constituting of students from various states contributed to achieving this award which reinvigorates the culture and rich academic traditions of the University. Over the years, the University has made conscious and concerted efforts to build on its strengths and consolidate its achievements. Certified ISO 9001:2008 for quality management by TÜV Rheinland, Jain (Deemed-to-be University) is a member of Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific (AUAP). Jain (Deemed-to-be University) has also been awarded 4 stars in the Young University category in Karnataka by KSURF iCARE Ratings for teaching excellence and employability, infrastructure, research excellence, inclusiveness, and social impact.
About Global Work Force Management (GWFM) Network Forum
In the Global Economy, workplaces have to encounter with many challenges, such as attracting and retaining top-notch talent, learning, succession planning, diversity, talent management, benefits, health care insurance and evolving legislation. To share best practices and strategies to address these challenges, a group of globally connected Work Force Management Professionals & HR leaders came together in 2015 to launch the GWFM Network Forum in Bangalore. In a year’s time the GWFM Network Forum has evolved as a global forum of HR practitioners with over a thousand members worldwide. In the GWFM Network Forum, HR thought leaders engage in a community where workplace solutions are conceptualized and relationships are made.
To explore the impact of technology and advent of machines powered by Artificial Intelligence on work.
To understand the HR’s new role in the context of people and robotics in building the hybrid workforce. To develop the compelling strategies and initiatives in transforming the organizations in the age of automation.
To explore the emerging trends and scenarios of the invasion of machines in the world of HR.
To understand and deliberate on methods of identifying what humans would do and what technology should be allowed to take over.