Mrs. Azra Waseem, Director, Techno Academic School, Lucknow, the Chief Guest of the Inaugural Session stated that men and women need to be sensitized towards gender issues, the boundaries that exist between colleagues and how such boundaries are crossed. Dr. Faiza Abbasi, Assistant Director, UGC Human Resource Development Centre, AMU, Aligarh, the Guest of Honor of the Session said to help men and women be aware of gender biases, to help them resolve interpersonal conflicts arising from gender issues and enable them to act assertively and respond to challenges in the workplaces equally. Mr. Mohd. Nasir from the Department of Law, AMU, Aligarh held the first session on the topic “Women Empowerment in CSR & ISR, that is Corporate/ Institutional and Social Responsibility for Academic Leadership. He said that at large women are good for business specially executive-level and the importance of corporate sustainability lies individual and corporate social responsibility. In the world order, there is more pressure from various affairs to pursue more socially responsible behavior of the individuals. Mr. Nasir shared the data that women have been making big waves in the world of business.