Report on 23rd FAI International Conference – 2021 
on 
Emerging Trends & Adaptaion of Spirituality in Management, Artificial Intelligence, Education, Health, Tourism, Science and Technology

19th – 21st February 2021


Day: 01, Time: IST 03.00 pm to 09.00 pm
23rd FAI – ICS is organized by Arul Anandar College, Karumathur, Madurai District, India    In collaboration with  FATER  Academy of India and UNIFACVEST,Brazil
Dr. K. S. Jospeh Wilson, Organising Secretary, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Physics, Arul Anandar College welcomed the gathering and introduced the dignitaries to the forum. He also gave introduction about Arul Anandar College through video, the host institution of 23rd FAI-ICS.
Dr. C. S. A. Raj and his team provoked the God Almighty’s blessings by Prayer and Choir Song.
   After the lighting  lamp by dignitaries, Prof.B.S.Visht, President FAI,  Prof. M. Lellis Thivagar, Vice President -FAI, Prof.C.C.Tan,Vice President FAI,Prof.Arceloni,Unifacvest ,Brazil and others . Prof. M. Lellis Thivagar, Vice President -FAI explained the dynamics of the conference.
   Prof. Pankaj  Srivastava, General Secretary, released the annual report of FAI 2020-2021 & about the  publication of the FAI proceedings with Springer .
   Rev. Dr. Godwin Rufus, Principal, Arul Anandar College delivered the inaugural address. He gave his blessings and wishes to the successful completion of the webinar. He noted down that spirituality is a blessing that leads us towards the height of loving world peace and harmony. 
   The Patrons & Conveners Maj. Gen. Dr. M. P. Singh, Vice President -FAI, Rev. Dr. Gilbert Camilus S.J, Secretary, Arul Ananadar College, Madurai, India, Dr. C. C. Tan, Vice President -FAI, School of Business Management, Mae Fah Luang University, Thailand, Prof. Zinaida Zhyvko, Lviv State Univ of Internal Affairs, Ukraine and Prof. Arceloni Neusa Volpato, UNIFACVEST, Brazil ) gave their special addresses and wishes.
     Rev. Dr. John Prakasam S.J, Rector, Arul Anandar College delivered the Address of Honor. He   emphasized that education with character and science with humanity should pre permeate in all endeavors as education is imparting character building and socially relevant education.  
       Prof. B. S. Bisht, President, FAI and Ex-Vice Chancellor of G.B. Pant Agricultural University, Uttarkhand delivered the presidential address. He insisted that the whole world is one family however humans have lots of questions and doubts about it. This webinar will provide a platform for understanding spirituality in a better way.
   The conference proceedings were released through online to the forum and it was welcomed by all the participants.
   Prof. H. E. Muon Veasna, Vice President, University of management and Economics, Cambodia gave the chief guest address. He mentioned that  the scientific research about transitional meditation will give solution for all human relationships issues and stress management issues.
   Dr. M. George Joseph, Organizing Secretary, 23rd FAI- ICS and Associate Professor & Head, Department of Philosophy, Arul Ananadar College, Karumathur delivered the vote of thanks. He thanked all the dignitaries, Fater Academy of India members for giving this great opportunity to organize such a wonderful webinar based conference. The Inaugural program was moderated by Dr Nivetha Martin Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics, Arul Anandar College.   
   The first technical session was chaired by Dr. A. Shanmugaraju, Dean & Assoicate Professor, Arul Anandar College, Karumathur.The distinguished Speaker  Maj. Gen. Dr. M. P. Singh  beautifully presented his ideas of how to link mind and body and how to control the body through mind. 
   The next technical session was chaired by Prof. B. Bisht, President, FAI and Ex-Vice Chancellor of G.B. Pant Agricultural University, Uttarkhand and Dr. C. C. Tan, Professor, School of Management,  Mai Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai,  Thailand was the keynote speaker. Dr. Tan spoke about the intertwined conceptual link between science and spirituality. He acknowledged that knowledge and knowledge flow connects and forms the shape of the learning. He concluded that there is a need of spiritual and value based education in educational institutions.
   The third session was chaired by Lt. Gen. A.T. Pranaik(Retd.),FAI Executive Council Member, FAI and Dr. Dr. Akhtem A. Dzhelilov, Professor & Dean, University of Management and Simferopol, CRIMEA was the speaker of the session. He talked about the theories and types of different multiple intelligence like linguistic, logical intelligences. 
   The fourth session was  chaired by Prof. Raghu Raman, FAI Executive Council Member. Dr. Podra Olha, Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Trade and Customs at Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine was the speaker. She delivered the lecture on comparative study on innovative development and human capital in different countries during the period 2012 to 2019. She emphasized that India is a country which needs to be improved in many aspects related to innovation and infrastructural developments compared to other countries like China and USA. She pointed out that present pandemic situation is far better than worst for countries like Brazil, India etc.
   Prof. Pankaj Srivastava, General Secretary -FAI, Professor, National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj, India chaired the fifth technical session. Dr. Liashenko Oleksandra, Professor, Director of the Educational and Scientific Institute of Management and Adult Education «KROK» University, Kyiv, Ukraine was the keynote speaker of this session. He enlightens the concepts of management intelligence which is the need of the hour during this pandemic situation. 
   The sixth technical session was chaired by Prof. M. Lellis Thivagar, Vice President -FAI, Professor & Head, School of Mathematics, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu, India. Rev. Dr. Vincent Sekhar, Associate professor, Department of Philosophy & Head, Department of Human Excellence, Arul Anandar College, Madurai, India presented his ideas and views about imparting value based education to management, family, interreligious harmony through education systems. He emphasized that learning is the one great avenue for acquiring values to the human beings.
   Dr. Podra Olha, Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Trade and Customs at Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine was the chair person of the seventh session. Dr. Ryasnyanska Alona, PhD of Economic Sciences, Senior teacher of the Department of Business, Trade and Exchange Activity, Petro Vasylenko Kharkiv National Technical University of Agriculture, Kharkiv, Ukraine talked about spirituality on land and how management of land relations influenced by spirituality.
Dr. Beatriz Lucia Salvador Bizotto, UNIFACVEST –Facvest, University Center, Brazil chaired the ninth session. Prof. Arceloni Neusa Volpato, UNIFACVEST –University Center, Brazil talked on Educational management in exceptional settings. She talked about how the educational institutions, teachers and students faced the challenges by the educational system during this pandemic period.
Prof. Arceloni Neusa Volpato, UNIFACVEST –University Center, Brazil chaired the tenth technical session. Dr. Leonardo Broering Groff & Dr. Fatima Regina da Silva, Pereira UNIFACVEST –University Center, Brazil delivered a lecture on spirituality and tourism. He enlisted the various spiritual tourist spots in brazil which was attracted by people around the globe.
Dr. Zinaida Zhyvko, Professor, Department of Management, Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine chaired the last session of the 1st day of the conference. Dr. Beatriz Lucia Salvador Bizotto, UNIFACVEST –Facvest, University Center, Brazil spoke about the spirituality and its reflections on business. 


Day: 02, Time: IST 03.00 pm to 09.00 pm     
Dr. K. S. Joseph Wilson, Organizing Secretary, 23rd FAI-ICS, Associate Professor & Head, P. G & Research Department of Physics, Arul Anandar College briefly narrated the first day program and welcomed all the participants to the second day events. He invited Dr. C. C. Tan, Vice President, FAI & Professor, School of Management, Mai Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai, Thailand to chair the first session of second day.
Prof. Tan introduced the resource person of the first session Dr. Gina B. Alcoriza PhD, Tourism Management department, University of Santo Tomas, Legazpi, Philippines. She delivered a lecture on “Evolving relationship of tourism and spirituality”. She explained the oneness of spirituality, love and the connection between these in tourism. Due to cultural and religious transformation of different kinds of people via spiritual tourism, made them to get better understanding of other religious beliefs and their traditions. She also pointed out that there is no greater wealth in this world than peace of mind.
Prof. Pankaj Srivastava, General Secretary -FAI, Professor, National Institute of Technology Allahabad, Prayagraj, India chaired the second session. Dr. Cheng Boon Liat Alex, Department of Marketing Management, Sunway University Business School, Jalan University, Bandar Sunway, Malaysia was the resource person of the second session. He spoke about “Data Analytics to Enhance Marketing and Sales”. He emphasized that marketing analytics is the one which helps the marketers to decide what product is best suited for which customer group and it can be used to predict customer’s buying behaviors.
    Dr. Sairoong Dinkoksung, Faculty of Management Science, Ubon Ratchathani Business School, Ubon Ratchathani University, THAILAND chaired the next session. Dr. Pichyada Pheunpha Ubon Ratchatani Business School, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand was the speaker of this session. He delivered a lecture on “A Conceptual Framework of Internal Factor, Engagement, and Anxiety Influence Work Happiness of Hotel Employees in the Covid -19 Pandemic in Thailand”.
Dr. Liashenko Oleksandra, Professor, Director of the Educational and Scientific Institute of Management and Adult Education «KROK» University, Kyiv, Ukraine chaired the fourth session of the second day. Dr. Zhyvko Zinaida, D.Sc. in Economics, Professor, Professor of Management Department, Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine delivered a talk on “ Significant Components of Intellectual Capital”.
The next session was chaired by Dr. Liliia Balash, AssociateProfessor, Department of law and management of Lviv State University of Life Safety, Ukraine. The resource person     Dr. Svitlana Rodchenko, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Financial and Economic Security, Accounting and Audit O.M. Beketov National University of Urban Economy in Kharkiv, Ukraine talked about “The Essence and Types of Financial Fraud In Banking Institutions”.
Dr. K. S. Joseph Wilson, Organizing Secretary, 23rd FAI-ICS, Associate Professor  & Head, P.G and Research Department of Physics, Arul Anandar College, Madurai, India be the chairperson of the session. Dr. S. Seshuraja, Former Head of the department of Philosophy, Arul Anandar College, Madurai, India as the resource person of the session  & talked about “My perception of reality changes my personal reality”. He narrated human life with many practical examples. 
The next technical session was chaired by Dr. Roberta Sommavilla, UNIFACVEST – University Center, Brazil. Soeli Staub Zembruski. Dr. Rosangela Martins Carrara, UNIFACVEST –University Center, Brazil delivered a talk on “Literature and scientific development”.
   Dr. Cheng Boon Liat Alex, Department of Marketing Management, Sunway University Business School, Jalan University, Bandar Sunway, Malaysian chaired the eighth session of the second day. Prof. Juliana Facchini de Souza, UNIFACVEST – University Center, Brazil presented a talk on “Cardiovascular risk calculator using Machine Learning”.
The ninth session was chaired by Dr. Pallavi D. Khedkar Parul University, Gujarat, India. Hobela Volodymyr, Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, Lviv, Ukraine gave a talk on “Modern greening trends in the spiritual sphere of society”.
Dr. Pallavi D. Khedkar Parul University, Gujarat, India continued to chair the next session. Dr. Rajeev Srivastava Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, MNNIT Allahabad, Prayagraj, India delivered a lecture titled “Spiritual Adoption in New Education Policy”.
Dr. K. S. Joseph Wilson, Organizing Secretary, 23rd FAI-ICS, Associate Professor & Head, P.G and Research Department of Physics, Arul Anandar College, Madurai, India chaired the paper presentation session. Eleven presentations were took part in this session related to spirituality adaptation to science and technology. It was quite interesting and more interactions took place.


Day: 03, Time: IST 03.00 pm to 09.00 pm 
After a brief introduction by Prof. Pankaj Srivastava, General Secretary -FAI, the first technical session is chaired by Prof Raji Reddy. Mr. Svlkin Oleksandar, Department of Financial and Economic Security, Ukrainian Academy of Printing discussed about the Modeling the Processing of Ensuring the Financial Security of Enterprise. The next technical session was chaired by Lilia Kukharska of Ukraine. Ms. Olga Zinivina Voronoka Lviv State University of Internal affairs gave a talk on Key Areas for Economic Security. 
Prof. Pankaj Srivastava, General Secretary -FAI introduced the speaker of the next session Ms. Rajane Dutra Bergamschi UniFest Brazil. Her talk was on Correlation between Health and Spirituality. She explained the spiritual aspect of the multidisciplinary concept of health which contains  physical, psychological and social concepts. 
The next technical session was chaired by Dr. M. George Joseph, Organizing Secretary, 23rd FAI- ICS and Associate Professor & Head, Department of Philosophy, Arul Ananadar College, India. Dr.M.Jeyanthi Psychologist, Central prison, Madurai, Department of Prisons, Government of Tamil Nadu, India, delivered an inspirational talk   on  “ Reformation of Prison Inmates through Spirituality” ,which was based on her experience.  
The valedictory session started with the welcome speech by Dr. A. Shanmugaraju, Dean & Assoicate Professor, Arul Anandar College. It was followed by Feed back session. Ms. Lilia Kukharska of Ukraine gave a feed back mentioning that it was worthy one. Organizing secretaries Roberta Sommavilla and Ms.Socli Zembruski from UNIFACVEST and Dr. M. George Joseph Associate Professor & Head, Department of Philosophy, Arul Ananadar College, appreciated the mode of conduct of conference. A brief report of the three days conference was presented by Dr. K. S. Joseph Wilson, Organizing Secretary, 23rd FAI-ICS, Associate Professor & Head, P.G and Research Department of Physics, Arul Anandar College. Dr. C. C. Tan, Professor, School of Management,  Mai Fah Luang University, Chiang Rai,  Thailand, meticulously analyze the three days conference in detail. He recalled each and every technical sessions, its inputs, the interactions and the importance, especially the role of Spirituality, tourism etc., to mankind. 
Dr. Zhyvko Zinaida, D.Sc. in Economics, Professor of Management Department, Lviv State University of Internal Affairs, Ukraine, Prof. Arceloni Neusa Volpato UNIFACVEST –University Center Brazil, Maj. Gen. Dr. M. P. Singh, Vice President -FAI gave their    guest of honour addresses where they pointed out to spread spiritual fragness every where in the world. The chief guest address was given by Prof. P.K. Srivastava, General Secretary & Former President -FAI. He insisted the statement care, aware and share should be practiced with harmonious living and to communicate the beautiful findings  of this conference to the outside community more elaborately. Prof. B. S. Bisht, President, FAI and Ex-Vice Chancellor of G.B. Pant Agricultural University, Uttarkhand delivered the presidential remarks. Spirituality and the intervention in other parts of life was very important in future life. Dr. M. George Joseph, Organizing Secretary, 23rd FAI- ICS and Associate Professor & Head, Department of Philosophy, Arul Ananadar College, India, said the vote of thanks. He thanked Prof. Pankaj Srivastava, General Secretary -FAI in a special way in accomadating each and every aspect in a beautiful manner. He also moderate the Valedictory function.  


Seven domains consists of 24 technical sessions and six paper presentation