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Acceptance of the paper entitled “Experiential Phenomenology of Hybrid Model of Engineering Profiles in a Technological Organization” authored by Rupali Misra Nigam, Asian Business School, at the 10th Biennial conference organised by Centre for Conscious Studies, University of Arizona, Tuscon, USA. The theme for this year’s conference is “Toward a Science of Consciousness.”

Excerpt from the abstract of the paper is ,”Consciousness defines our existence and reality, but the mechanism by which the brain generates thoughts and feelings remains unknown. Despite several centuries of research on the brain, communication through language or gesture remains the only way we can discover the conscious thoughts and experiences…… study the experiential phenomenology of the resource response in light of the identified stimulus – exponential increase in technological complexity, reduced time to market, hiring freeze and employee turnover……..the functionalism of this hybrid model of different engineering profiles, studies the methodology of conscious and unconscious learning, unlearning and relearning and how applying the attitude of curiosity can also enrich employees’ competence levels and area of influence.”