3rd International Conference on Life Skills & Livelihood Skills - Realizing and sustaining Clean India

Dates: 19 - 20 November 2015
Venue: ni-msme, Hyderabad


National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (ni-msme), Hyderabad

ni-msme, an organization of the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India, is a premier agency facilitating value addition to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) through training, research, consultancy, extension and information services both in India and in almost all the developing economies around the world.

ni-msme sprawling lush green campus presents a picturesque setting easy on the eye and soothing to the mind, making intellectual pursuit an enjoyable avocation. ni-msme is perfectly placed and centrally located, just minutes from Hyderabad's bustling commercial centers and the city's best attractions.

About Hyderabad: Hyderabad is a twin city to Secundrabad. An imaginary line drawn across the Tank Bund is used to distinguish the two cities. A bustling 400-year-old metropolis with an urban population of over 8 million, Hyderabad was formerly the seat of fabulously wealthy Nizams. Surrounded by huge prehistoric rock formations, the city is a blend of cutting edge IT companies and well preserved cultural heritage, a pot-pourri of old and the new. Hyderabad invokes nostalgia among old residents for its culture, fine arts and certain sophistication in manners. Much more than anything, it presents a true picture of secularism. Hyderabad is the fifth largest cosmopolitan city in India.

Climate: Hyderabad enjoys three main seasons: summer, monsoon and winter. Summers are pretty warm, starting from March and running through June with average temperatures around 28.0 o C; whereas winters starting from November till February are pleasant with average temperature around 22.0 o C.

Food: Hyderabad is known for its varied and exquisite cuisine and one's culinary journey is incomplete without tasting world famous Hyderabad's biriyani.

Language: Though Telugu is the language of the state, English, Hindi and Urdu are understood and spoken by the majority of the people.