Future Plans of IESINDIA
In order to further improve the standard of services to members, the Institute has planned to strengthen its secretarial. It aims at providing immediate updated information and liasiEIoning services to its members at short notice. IES may also go to acquite a computerized system for this purpose. To extend the scoope of sevices, it is also proposed to etablish chapters of the Institute in Bombay, Calcutta, Madras, Hyderabad and Chandigarh.
Steps have already been intitated to arrange training courses in management which will be open free of charge not only to the members of the Institute, but even to those selected non-members who are keen to avail of this unique service offered by the Institute.
These Capsule Courses, designed to impart training on a case study basis, will be run by a selected and experienced faculty Arrangements for free of charge training in computerization and mechanization is also under consideration.
It is also proposed to establish a ‘Management Club’ with the express idea of inviting top-ranking experts in the field of Management to share their experiences with the members and others joining the Club through discussions, talks, dialogues, etc. The Club would also act as a forum to channelise management advisory services to its members, whenever desired.
IES would also explore the possibility of arranging an Entrepreneurial Development Programme. It will also be our endeavour to associate Researchers / Economists with such programmes so as to enable them to prepare project reports of various segments of industry and make them available to members for planning their own development and diverasification programmes.
Handicapped as it is at present for want of space, we are actively working for having a building of our own, which may accommodate apart from a reference library, an auditorium for holding meetings and business conferences.
To broadbase our activities on the social front, our plans include instituting an “Ambulance Service” for the ailing members of the community as also propagating the idea of Family Planning Blood Donationg Camps etc. towards this cause. Programmes for rural development wherever feasible, are also intended to be taken up by the Institute in right earnest in its march forward.
A novel idea of starting a placement service which would select trained and talented personnel for members desirous of availing this faculty, is also under consideration.