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Lloyd Group of Institutions, widely recognized as a leading educational institution, is situated in a futuristic modern township of Greater Noida in the Delhi NCR region. This prestigious national institution boasts a rich academic legacy of 20 years, offering comprehensive educational programs in the domains of Management, Law, Pharmacy, and Engineering since its establishment in 2003. From its inception, the institute has maintained an unwavering commitment to the pursuit of excellence, earning acclaim through a multitude of esteemed awards and fruitful collaborations. At Lloyd Institute, our primary focus revolves around cultivating an educational environment that seamlessly integrates with industry practices, equipping our students with the condence and enthusiasm required to navigate the corporate landscape successfully.


Lloyd Business School, established in 2008, is driven by the philosophy of merging theoretical knowledge with practical applications to nurture highly skilled and employable professionals. It's a privately endowed co-educational institution, offers a two-year full-time Post-Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM) approved by AICTE and the Ministry of HRD, Government of India.

The school's commitment to practical education is evident in its unique management specializations. These specializations incorporate industry expertise, such as Business Analytics in collaboration with IBM, Supply Chain Management in association with SafeEducate, BFS&I closely partnered with NSE Academy, and Human Resource Management designed in consultation with ManpowerGroup. The specialization in Entrepreneurship is a holistic course which combines theoretical learning in the form of the PGDM Entrepreneurship syllabus and practical training with the Lloyd Technology & Business Incubator (LTBI).

Lloyd Business School further enhances its graduates' employability by providing industry-oriented certications, giving them a competitive edge in their careers. The institution actively engages in research and development, offering Management Development Programs, Faculty Development Programmes, and consulting projects that contribute signicantly to industry and academia. Lloyd Business School's dedication to raising the standards of knowledge acquisition and dissemination reects its belief that excellence and knowledge are boundless.



The "Fostering Universal Oneness: Technology, Innovations, Entrepreneurship, Management, and Sustainable Development" conference is a prominent global platform that underscores the significance of interconnectedness and unity in addressing critical global issues. By bringing together experts, scholars, innovators, and thought leaders from diverse fields, including technology, innovation, entrepreneurship, management, and sustainable development, this conference serves as a catalyst for innovative solutions that transcend traditional boundaries. Notably, the conference also recognises the importance of G20 summits in shaping global policies and priorities, and it aligns with the overarching goals of these influential gatherings.

With a focus on universal oneness, this conference seeks to inspire solutions that are not only technologically advanced but also socially responsible and environmentally sustainable. Participants will have the opportunity to delve into topics such as ethical entrepreneurship, inclusive innovation, and management strategies that prioritise the well-being of both humanity and the planet. By weaving together these diverse threads of thought and action, the conference seeks to contribute meaningfully to the broader dialogue on global unity and sustainable development, aligning with the principles and objectives discussed at G20 summits. This conference aims to catalyse a new era of holistic thinking that drives positive change and contributes to a more interconnected and harmonious world.


1.Engineering, Technology and Sustainable Development

  • Innovations Driven Sustainable Strategies
  • Technological Innovations and Change Management
  • Sustainable Engineering Solutions for Global Challenges
  • Technological Advances for Environmental Conservation
  • Green Technologies for Sustainability
  • Digitalization and Sustainable Practices
  • AI and Analytics for Sustainable Decision‐Making
  • Technological innovations for monitoring and preserving natural resources
  • Engineering solutions for affordable and clean energy access.


  • Human-Centric Design and Inclusive Innovations
  • Leveraging Design Thinking for Global Accessibility
  • Design Thinking to Bridge Digital Divides
  • Design Thinking for Sustainable Solutions
  • Education and EdTech Solutions
  • Design Thinking Applications in Government and Public Policy
  • Applying Design Thinking to Business Challenges
  • Case Studies of Successful Design-Driven Businesses


  • Tech Ethics in a Diverse World
  • Corporate Social Responsibility Across Borders
  • Responsible Tech Innovation for Humanity
  • Circular Economy Innovations
  • Ethical Leadership and Governance in Innovations
  • Innovations for Disaster Resilience and Mitigation

4. Innovation and Entrepreneurship

  • Strategic Management of Innovations for Social Impact
  • Innovative Leadership and Global Management
  • Leading Sustainable Change in Organizations
  • Sustainable Business Strategies and Competitive Advantage
  • Workforce Diversity and Collective Work Culture
  • Global Operations Value Chain
  • Green Finance
  • Supply Chain Integration
  • Contextual Case Studies

5. Management for Sustainability

  • Entrepreneurial Ecosystems for a Unified World
  • Entrepreneurship in Sustainable Innovations
  • Disruptive Innovation, Sustainable Ecosystems, and Start-up Culture
  • Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Innovation
  • Innovation Management and Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • Design Thinking for Entrepreneurship
  • Collaborative Innovations for Global Progress and Effective Team Management
  • Case Studies on Innovative Practices of Entrepreneurship

6. Global Unity and G20 Summits

  • G20's Role in Shaping Global Economic Policies
  • Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and G20 Commitments
  • G20's Impact on Global Unity and Solidarity
  • Vision 2025: Navigating the Future of Sustainable Development
  • Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability
  • Global Health and Pandemic Response
  • Gender Equality and Social Inclusion
  • Investments in Clean Energy
  • Case Studies on SDG Performance and ESG Reporting

7. Innovative Pharmaceutical Solutions for Global Health

  • Accessible and Affordable Medicines - Indian Initiatives
  • Sustainable Pharmacy Practices and Environmental Stewardship
  • Green Pharmacy and Digital Health Platforms
  • Ethical Pharmaceutical Research and Social Responsibility
  • Pharmacy Innovation and Technological Advancements
  • International Pharmacy Initiatives
  • Pharmacy's Contribution to Global Health
  • Case Studies on the Generic Medicine Markets of Nations

8. Legal Frameworks for Global Unity and Innovation

  • International Law and Diplomacy
  • Protecting Intellectual Property Rights in a Globalized World
  • Technology, Law, and Ethics
  • Cybersecurity Laws and Global Digital Security
  • Legal Challenges in AI Development and Use
  • Environmental Law and Sustainable Development
  • Ethical Legal Practice and Social Responsibility
  • Global Efforts for Equal Access to Justice
iccim date


We invite Full research papers with word counts of 5000-6000 words are encouraged. These papers may include a wide variety of topics, including marketing, human resources, strategy, nance, economics, supply chain management, business analytics, articial intelligence, law, pharmacy, and business case studies. We welcome submissions that bring new ideas and perspectives through exploring ways these elds relate with our theme.



  • Selected Research Papers / Case Studies will get a chance for publication in EDITED BOOK WITH TAYLOR AND FRANCIS*.
  • All accepted and registered abstracts for ICCIM 2024 will be published in Conference Proceedings .
  • Selected papers in reputed journals (listed in ABCD/Scopus/Web of Science/UGC Care)*.
  • *Note: Publication charges, if any, to be paid extra by the authors.


Accepted papers will be evaluated on parameters of originality, research rigor, and contribution to theory and/or practice. The selective papers will be awarded in the following categories:

Best Paper Award

Best Case Presentation Award

Best Paper Award for each track


  • All the Research papers/ Case studies should be mailed at in prescribed format of TAYLOR & FRANCIS Publication
  • The submitted paper should be between 5000-6000 words, including all the text, figures, tables, references, and appendices.
  • Kindly mention the track number in the subject line while submitting the full research paper/abstract.

The full paper should cover the following aspects, but not limited to:

  • Paper Title
  • Abstract 250-300 words, which include purpose, design/methodology /approach, findings, research limitations/ implications, originality/ value.
  • Keywords: 4-5
  • Introduction
  • Objectives of the study/Research Problem
  • Literature Review and Theoretical Background
  • Hypothesis (if applicable)
  • Research Methodology Adopted
  • Empirical or Theoretical Results
  • Findings of the Study
  • Theoretical and Practical Implications
  • Reference (in APA-7th edition format)

Further Guidelines:

  • To ensure plagiarism, the similarity has to be 15%
  • The paper required in MS Word, A4 size with 1-inch margin on all sides, "Times New Roman", font size 12, line spacing 1.5, headings bold, subheadings italic.
  • All table, figure, graphs, included in the text with mentions of the source, captions and proper numbering.
  • Tables, graphs, figures need to be in black and white only with 300 dpi.
  • Author details (name, affiliation, ORCID, if any, e-mail, and contact number) should be mentioned in a separate page. The main article should not include authors' names and affiliations.

Peer Review Process

Understand Peer Review

Learn what happens between submission and decision. Lloyd offers insight into peer review and the decision-making process for conference papers.

About Conference Peer Review

Peer review is vital to the quality of published research. Lloyd requires all conference papers go through the peer review process before publication.

How does it work?

Peer review is a process in which a Research paper is evaluated by a group of experts in the same field to make sure it meets the necessary standards for acceptance and publication. 

Conference’s Technical Program Chair will appoint a Scientific Program Committee.

  • The Technical Program Committee collaborates to review and discuss submitted papers.
  • Review occurs during a fixed window of time. All authors are notified of the decision on their paper at the same time.
  • The Technical Program Chair is ultimately responsible for the selection of every accepted paper.

The most common types of peer review are single-anonymous and double-anonymous review.

  • In single-anonymous, the names of the reviewers are not shared with the author, but the reviewers are aware of the author’s identity.
  • In double-anonymous, neither the author nor the reviewers are aware of each other’s identity.

Both models ensure that the reviewer can give an honest and impartial evaluation of the paper.

What Are Reviewers Looking For?

Learn what is important during peer review. Make sure to cover all the topics in your conference paper. 

During the peer review process, reviewers look for the following.

  • Scope: Is the paper appropriate for the scope of this conference?
  • Novelty: Is this original material distinct from previous publications?
  • Validity: Is the study well designed and executed?
  • Data: Are the data reported, analyzed, and interpreted correctly?
  • Clarity: Are the ideas expressed clearly, concisely, and logically?
  • Compliance: Are all ethical and publication requirements met?
  • Advancement: Is this a significant contribution to the field?

Peer Review Decisions

Conference peer review occurs within a fixed window of time. All authors are notified of the peer review decision on their paper at the same time.

You may receive one of three possible decisions.

  • Accept: Your paper will be published without edits. You may be asked to upload final camera-ready files or to sign a copyright form.
  • Accept with revision: Your paper will be accepted after you implement edits suggested by the reviewers. You will be asked to provide a revised version.
  • Reject: Your paper will not be presented at the conference or published in the conference proceedings.

Due to a limited peer review period, many conferences do not offer a revision option. Instead, they will either accept or reject the initial submission.


Sr.No. Name Date
1. Abstract Submission Extended 29 Feb 2024
2. Abstract Acceptance Notication 25 Feb 2024
3. Full Manuscript Submission 10 March 2024
4. Conference 15 - 16 March 2024


Category Paper Presentation Charges for Indian Delegates (INR) Paper Presentation Charges for Foreign Delegates (USD) Charges for Attending Conference (INR)
Corporate Delegates 3000 100 3000
Academicians 2000 100 2000
Research Scholars 1500 50 1500
UG/PG Students 750 10 500
UG/PG Students (Lloyd) 500 NA 350

    Registration Fee:

  • The registration fees will be paid individually for more than one participant to receive a certicate.
  • The discount of 25% will be given to the participants in case of Group Registration (5 or more) for conference attendees.
  • All registered conference attendees will get Certicate of Participation.
  • *Publication charges would be applicable separately

The Registration fee will include:

  • Attendance Certifiicate for the conference
  • Conference kit
  • High tea & Lunch


Registration fees can be send via NEFT/RTGS/UPI Payment.



A/C NO.218305000035


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For Registration Related Query:

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Chief Patron

Mr. Manohar Thairani


Dr. Vandana Arora

Conference Director

Dr. Fehmina Khalique

Conference Convenor

Dr. Shilpi Sarna

Dr. Krity Gulati

Editorial Research Committee

Dr. Vandana Pareek

Dr. Ajeeta Shrivastva

Dr. Lalit Tyagi

Dr. S.P. Dwivedi

Dr. Inakshi Kapoor

Dr. Sharad Agrawal

Organising Committee

Dr. Manvi Agrawal

Mr. Rajul Gupta

Ms. Neha Issar

Dr. Pankaj Datta

Programme Committee

Dr. Gaurav Gupta, Associate Professor, Strategy & Entrepreneurship Department, NEOMA Business School, Paris

Dr. Raunica Ahluwalia, Professor- School of Marketing, Seneca College, Canada

Dr. Mohamed Naser, Associate Professor in Business Administration, University of Aleppo and United Arab Emirates

Dr. Saleh Mohd. Arman , Associate Professor, University of Scholars, Bangladesh

Dr. Thouraya Derouich Karoui , (Master Technologist, Higher Institute of Technological Studies, Rades - Tunisia)

Dr. Rashmi Jain, Professor, Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi

Mr. Jitendra Kumar, Assistant Professor, Birla Institute of Information Technology, Noida

Dr. Shweta Dixit , Professor, Sharda University, Noida

Dr. Anamika Pandey , Associate Dean, Galgotias University, Noida

Mr. Rohit Dwivedi , Associate Professor, IIM Shilong

Dr. Manisha Sharma , Associate Professor at SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies, Mumbai

Dr. Dilip Kumar , Associate Professor & Area Chairperson, IIM Kashipur

Dr. Niraj Kumar Singh , Dean-student welfare, School of Business Management, CSJM University, Kanpur

Dr. Sudhanshu Pandeya , Professor, School of Business Management, CSJM University, Kanpur

Dr. Sandesh Gupta , Assistant Professor, School of CA & Engg, CSJM University, Kanpur

Dr. Praveen Porwal , Associate Professor, KITE, Ghaziabad

Dr. Pranay Wal, Dean-Pharmacy, PSIT, Kanpur


Dr. Gaurav Gupta

(Associate Professor, Strategy & Entrepreneurship Department, NEOMA Business School, Paris)

Mr. Uday Kant Jha

(Assistant Teaching Professor, Charlton College of Business, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth)

Dr. Abdul Hanan Chowdhury

(Professor, North South University, Bangladesh)

Dr. Raunica Ahluwalia

Professor- School of Marketing, Seneca College, Canada)

Dr. Subhash Jain

(Chairman Academic Council, Jiwaji University Gwalior)

Dr. Sumit Narula

(Director, Amity University, Gurgaon)

Dr. Alok

(Assistant Director, Chatrapati Shahu ji Maharaj University, Kanpur)

Mr. Rohit Dwivedi

(Associate Professor, IIM Shilong)

Dr. Manisha Sharma

(Associate Professor at SVKM's Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS)

Dr Dilip Kumar

(Associate Professor & Area Chairperson, IIM Kashipur)

Mr. Sandeep Raut

(General Manager, Technology Business Incubator, Birla Institute of Technology & Science, Pilani, Hyderabad Campus)

Dr. Archana Dassi

(Professor, HOD, Department of Social Work, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi)

Dr. Anamika Pandey

(Associate Dean, School of Business, Galgotias University Greater Noida)

Dr. Balamurugan Balusamy

(Professor and Associate Dean-Student Engagement, Shiv Nadar University)

Dr. Nachiappan Subramanian

(Professor- Operations and Logistics Management & Supply Chains, University of Sussex, Greater Brighton and Hove Area, UK)

Dr. Niloy Sarkar

(Dean-Academics & Advisor, The Neotia University, West Bengal)

Dr. Nimit Gupta

(Professor, The North Cap University, Haryana)

Dr. Nusrat khan

(Associate Professor, HR & OB, G. D. Goenka University, Haryana)

Dr. Shalini Srivastava

(Professor, Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida)

Dr. Thouraya Derouich Karoui

(Master Technologist, Higher Institute of Technological Studies, Rades - Tunisia)

Dr. Nagendra Singh Nehra

(Assistant Professor, National Institute of Technology, Jalandhar, Punjab)

Col Prof (Dr) Jyotirmaya Satpathy

Research Director, Neurointegral Scientific Institute of Colombia, Bogota, Republic of Colombia



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