1. Presentation on The Structural Method at Infosys, Bangalore.
Prof. Ranganath Bharadwaj and Dr. M. N. Welling were invited for a presentation on the Problem of Ranking Multi Attribute Variables at the Organizational Development at the Infosys Campus, Bannerghatta Road, Bangalore on 25th of February 2010.
The Human Resources Development team were highly impressed by the meeting and are looking forward to work with the Institute soon.

2. Prof. Ranganath Bharadwaj, internationally known economist, was unanimously selected as The President of the All India body of Input Output Research Association of India (IORA) in a recently concluded All India Seminar at the Central University of Hyderabad.

3. Prof. R. Bharadwaj held a seminar on Structural Method for the DIP HIS and DIP SMA students- past and present- and a few special invitees on 11th October 2009 at the Herohalli Campus, Bangalore.
Deviating from just the static analysis, Prof. Bharadwaj explained the dynamic analysis and stability aspects of such trajectories in this seminar.

4. Prof. Ranganath Bharadwaj, the Honorary Visiting Professor, Institute for Economic and Social Change (ISEC) presented a Seminar on Econometrics on 16th October 2009 at the ISEC Seminar Hall, Bangalore

5. The Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, jointly with the Institute for Educational Research and Development Mumbai- Bangalore invited Prof. Bharadwaj, Former Director of Department of Economics, University of Mumbai, for a Seminar on the Structural Method ad Research Methodology on 17th January 2009 in the University Campus.
The Lecture was followed by a paper by Dr. M. N. Welling. The session was presided by Dr. Abhay Pethe, Director, Department of Economics, University of Mumbai.


6. Prof. Bharadwaj’s ‘Studies in Structural Method’ also saw its release function in the Secretariat Club Hall, Cubbon Park, Bangalore. Dr. Siddharth Swaminathan, Ramakrishna Hegde Chair Professor of ISEC released the book and Mr. K. Jairaj, the Additional Chief Secretary of Power, Government of Karnataka, presided over the event.
Dr. Siddharth Swaminathan greatly appreciated the multidisciplinary nature of the methodology and opined that a paradigm shift from the Newtonian Differential Approach to the Structural Method will be highly beneficial to people, especially social scientists. “Structural Method of Prof. Bharadwaj is not only useful for the corporate, but also to solve various problems like power and power sector. Its usefulness is should be a universal phenomena and such a path breaking method needs full encouragement. I look forward to using this methodology for the power sector.” said Sri.K. Jairaj.