World moving towards digital transformation:VC

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World moving towards digital transformation:VC

Thursday, 06 August 2020 | PNS | Mhow

Delivering the Key Note Address on the second day of the four-day Virtual National Conference organized by Ambedkar University of Social Sciences on Artificial Intelligence is shaping the future of Human Resources,  Prof. Ajay Singh, Vice Chancellor of Sri Sri University of Cuttack said that the whole world is now moving towards digital transformation. The main reason for this change is the inclusion of machines and intelligent  systems in  human life.

Artificial intelligence is a concept in which a computer controlled robot or a software thinks wisely, just as intelligent people think. Making of intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs  is made with the use of science engineering and use of Artificial Intelligence is growing rapidly at work sites. The selection and recruitment process of human resources in industrial areas and training and development programmes are also done through these Intelligent Machines.

He further added that the condition of the Labourers before the Factory Act 1948 was extremely pathetic. But there was some change after the implementation of the Act. But at present employment opportunities of 10 to 20 crore persons have been lost according to various reports. It is very unfortunate that there are many laws and rules in the Acts in India to protect the interests of the working, but the laws are not being implemented effectively. The situation has not changed even decades after the Industrial Revolution.

Delivering the presidential address, Prof. P.N Mishra, Director of the School of Economics, Devi Ahilya University, Indore. said that both labor and capital are necessary for industries. Labor and capital complement each other. But in the epidemic, industrial institutions left their workers in the lurch. It is necessary to maintain a cordial relationship between labor and capital. The situation of employees working in unorganized sectors has become worse during the period Pandemic. Employers and the state should be responsible for workers' safety in the event of a tragedy. In the Indian Constitution, there is provision of equality, freedom and justice for all citizens.

Giving welcome address, the coordinator of the conference Prof. RK Shukla said that Covid-19 brought new challenges to us in the beginning of 2020 year. There is a need to reinforce ourselves at the time of this terrible tragedy. Human resource needs to develop new skills and techniques in industrial organisations. It is time for the employees working in organized and unorganized sectors to adjust to the new circumstances.

While giving the vote of thanks Prof. Kishore John said that the Covid-19 has created uncertainty in all areas. The position of public sector employees is better than private sector employees.

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Delivering the Key Note Address on the second day of the four-day Virtual National Conference organized by Ambedkar University of Social Sciences on Artificial Intelligence is shaping the future of Human Resources,  Prof. Ajay Singh, Vice Chancellor of Sri Sri University of Cuttack said that the whole world is now moving towards digital transformation. The main reason for this change is the inclusion of machines and intelligent  systems in  human life.

Artificial intelligence is a concept in which a computer controlled robot or a software thinks wisely, just as intelligent people think. Making of intelligent machines, especially intelligent computer programs  is made with the use of science engineering and use of Artificial Intelligence is growing rapidly at work sites. The selection and recruitment process of human resources in industrial areas and training and development programmes are also done through these Intelligent Machines.

He further added that the condition of the Labourers before the Factory Act 1948 was extremely pathetic. But there was some change after the implementation of the Act. But at present employment opportunities of 10 to 20 crore persons have been lost according to various reports. It is very unfortunate that there are many laws and rules in the Acts in India to protect the interests of the working, but the laws are not being implemented effectively. The situation has not changed even decades after the Industrial Revolution.

Delivering the presidential address, Prof. P.N Mishra, Director of the School of Economics, Devi Ahilya University, Indore. said that both labor and capital are necessary for industries. Labor and capital complement each other. But in the epidemic, industrial institutions left their workers in the lurch. It is necessary to maintain a cordial relationship between labor and capital. The situation of employees working in unorganized sectors has become worse during the period Pandemic. Employers and the state should be responsible for workers' safety in the event of a tragedy. In the Indian Constitution, there is provision of equality, freedom and justice for all citizens.

Giving welcome address, the coordinator of the conference Prof. RK Shukla said that Covid-19 brought new challenges to us in the beginning of 2020 year. There is a need to reinforce ourselves at the time of this terrible tragedy. Human resource needs to develop new skills and techniques in industrial organisations. It is time for the employees working in organized and unorganized sectors to adjust to the new circumstances.

While giving the vote of thanks Prof. Kishore John said that the Covid-19 has created uncertainty in all areas. The position of public sector employees is better than private sector employees.

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