Mark your calendars for an unforgettable experience! Join us on October 9th and 10th at the prestigious Leela Mumbai, where innovation and inspiration converge. Get ready to immerse yourself in a world of knowledge and networking that will elevate your professional journey. See you there!
Explore the exciting AGENDA for the event and discover all that awaits.
Robin Sharma famously said - Rough seas make stronger sailors. Tough times build stronger people. A post pandemic world offers its own challenges. What is apparently clear is that we cannot use an old map to explore a new world. For the new world, the need is to identify new methods of steering, navigating and an identification of new destinations and vistas.
At MRSI, our constant endeavour is to promote a community that is able to learn from the mistakes and successes of our fellow colleagues and to be inspired by ways and means to remove the ‘im’ from impossible. Equally, MRSI seeks to celebrate the early explorers and prospectors who have dared to embark on new and risky journeys, who have had the courage to sink and to come up again. This could include new ways of looking at old problems or applying the tried and tested to new problems. Fundamentally, we look to rub shoulders with those who have managed to draw something out that calm seas just can not. We seek to celebrate genius and ambition. We deeply believe that ‘we are all islands in the sea, separate on the surface but connected in the deep’.
The theme for 31st Annual Seminar, 2023 therefore, is TAMING THE CHOPPY WATERS.
Given the theme, the core values of the Seminar are - Maiden Voyage, Adventure, Steering and Sailors. We are looking to understand the journey in choppy waters as well as new lands that have been charted through the endeavours. We want to understand what are the navigation tools we have created and what is the new understanding we have landed about the new world. It is about understanding how did we ‘seas’ the day.
The Call for Synopsis draws heavily from the theme.
We have detailed out the topics of synopsis under the Topics section. Take this as your opportunity to showcase to the world your ideas, your experiments, your successes and your failures - all which make you and the industry test new waters and sail forth.
In the same format as the past 30 seminars, we look forward to your synopsis submissions, which our esteemed jury will shortlist. If your synopsis is shortlisted, you will work to create a presentation for the Seminar. As a finalist you will present at the Seminar for the world to hear your contribution.