My graduate program is a non-research based. However, I am interested in writing and presenting a conference paper. Is it possible for me to do this even as I am not into research work?
Of course you can submit any paper you want. There are a lot of people, for example in the industry field, that submit papers to conferences.
But as they have stated in one comment, as soon as you start preparing a paper, that per se converts you into a researcher.
Yes - I've attended several research presentations by people who are not "academic" researchers, and who just wanted to present the results of an interesting project. Several companies encourage workers to submit papers as this
1) Increases the prestige of the company
2) Even if you do not patent, by publishing you have made your idea un-patentable by creating prior art. So you've also protected your IP. (NOTE: I'm not a lawyer)