One of the most important factors in the Indian events industry is the rapid growth of the country’s middle class, which is estimated at 300 million people. This growing segment represents all sections of the country’s society, from farmers to white-collar workers. It also comprises educated children. Most Indians own their own computers and cars, and many have close ties to well-off relatives abroad.
Sociological theories have characterized societies as organic or complex systems of interrelated parts, with parts reliant on one another. The relationship among individual members is the basis of social interdependence; academics depend on mechanics for car repairs and send their children to university, while the baker depends on the academic for bread. But how do all these systems work together? What’s the role of social events in society?
The status differences in Indian society are often expressed in terms of ritual purity and pollution. In India, the higher the caste, the more pure the individual must be. There are also some forms of purity that are inherent in the caste system. For example, a Brahmin, a member of the priestly caste, is ritually more pure than a lower-caste member who hasn’t bathed in a day.
The recent COVID-19 crisis has hit school systems worldwide. This crisis is challenging many education systems to return to “normal.” But once the crisis is over, creative solutions can help transform the system for the better. The following are some tips and tricks for creating event business opportunities. Adapting these tips to your own school system may be beneficial for you. But always remember: creative solutions must be based on data and research.
The scope of events in India has expanded beyond large-scale sporting events to include educational and cultural events. Schools and colleges plan educational events to provide experiential learning to students. Local event management firms handle these events. Educational seminars aim to enrich the learning experience of students, while workshops and conferences train teaching staff and administrative personnel to meet the demands of modern education. Diplomatic summits and conferences between governments and parties are common types of events in India.
The scope of an MBA in Event Management is enormous, and a graduate with this qualification can command a pay scale ranging from 1.5 to 18.5 LPA. Moreover, the events industry is constantly in need of manpower to plan, organize, and manage events. Depending on the college chosen, the price tag can range anywhere from 1 lakh rupees to more than 5 lakh rupees. This article aims to give a brief overview of the course curriculum at prestigious colleges in India.
The pandemic has caused unprecedented strain on public authorities, and this has placed an extraordinary amount of stress on event managers. The perceptions of these professionals may provide an insight into how they perceive the transformative potential of pandemic events, and how the events sector can respond to these conditions to bring about positive change. The purpose of this paper is to explore the perspectives of local authority event officers and highlight their unique role in the body corporate communications process.
The study found four interrelated themes related to the scope and modernity of Indian events management. Two of them relate to existing processes and policies, while the other focuses on adaptation as a tactical response to the changing context. The first theme deals with the existing functions of event management, including governance, support, and risk assessment. It also discusses whether these approaches are appropriate in the context of COVID-19.