The economic ecosystem of India is undergoing extreme overhaul at all the levels in last few years. Be it implementation of GST, Demonetization, Allowance of FDI in several sectors, or Passing of Black Money Bill, Benami Transaction Bill, Real Estate Regulation Bill, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Code or Trade Reforms. All these actions have improved the economic fundamentals of the country and Indian economy is now perceived very positively by other nations. It has emerged as the fastest growing major economy in the world as per the latest report (2016-17) of Central Statistics Organization (CSO) and International Monetary Fund (IMF). There is a significant increase in the international mobility of people, capital, knowledge, technology and materials due to these structural reforms. Rating agencies have also affirmed a very positive outlook.
However, it doesn’t mean that there are no downside risks going forward. Despite a series of measures to deal with bad loans by the government and the RBI, the non-performing assets of state owned banks increased to INR 63.03 trillion ($930 billion). Rising un-employability of population, demand slowdown and not much improvement on ease of doing business front is also the other side of coin to be taken care of. Addressing these challenges is important especially in given volatile global economic environment. Failure to do so may prevent the economy from realizing its growth potential and to sustain the present growth.
Despite these challenges, India is expected to be among the fastest-growing large economies in the world in the years to come. Addressing these challenges is important especially in given volatile global economic environment. Failure to do so may prevent the economy from realizing its growth potential and to sustain the present growth. This two days conference will provide a forum to various participants from academia, industry, government agencies and non-government organizations, to discuss and dialogue on the various prospects and challenges of the changing economic and business environment in India.
This two days conference will provide a forum to various participants from academia, industry, government agencies and non-government organizations, to discuss and dialogue on the various prospects and challenges of the changing economic and business environment in India.
SMT. ANUPAM SONALChief General Manager and Banking Ombudsman, Reserve Bank of India(RBI), New Delhi Region
DR. K K UPADHYAYDirector Swasti Health Catalyst.
FR. ARUN A CHULLYChrist Institute of Management Lavasa, Pune
MR NITIN TIKESr. Vice President, National Institute of Securities Markets (NISM).
MANMEET PAL SINGHVice President and Head, Composite Business Solution, Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd.
DR. K SRINIVASA RAODirector,National Institute of Banking Studies and Corporate Management (NIBSCOM).
DR. N N SENGUPTADeputy Director, Board Of Studies, Institute Of Chartered Accountant Of India (ICAI
Mr PRADEEP PANDADeputy General Manager (Finance), LG ElectronicsIndia Pvt. Ltd.
C A AVINASH GUPTASr. Partner, APT Associates
DR. R SRINIVASANHead AICISM, Amity University, Noida
DR. MONIKA SAXENAAsst. Professor Econometrics And Analytics, AICISM, AMITY University, Noida
Research Scholar: Rs.1,500
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Dr. (Fr) Thomas C MathewVice Chancellor
Dr. (Fr) C C JoseChairman
Fr. Sunny JosephVice Chairman, Board of Governors
Prof (Dr).Saju K JamesDirector, Secretary
Dr. Sanjay RastogiAssociate Professor
CA Sarika JainAssistant Professor
Dr. Vinod SharmaAssociate Professor
Mr. Sanjeeb BhattaharjeeAssistant Professor
Mr. Hadrine PereiraAssistant Professor
Ms. Jeanne PouloseAssistant Professor
Mr. Vineet Bernard
Mr. Ashok Krishna
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