IEC Technical Session by Sri. K.P Aggarwal, HDFC Ltd

Sri. K.P Aggarwal, Business Head-HDFC Ltd., was invited to deliver a technical talk on November 10, 2017 to the delegates of 3rd International Economics Conference. The speaker comprehensively explained the impacts of the housing sector on other sectors; and the real estate market to India’s GDP. He also spoke in-depth on various aspects and issues relating to mortgage sector and future of this sector in India. 

Dr. Anand Srinivasan, NUS, Singapore Talks on Bank Recapitalisation

Dr. Anand Srinavasan, Associate Professor, National University Singapore gave a deep and insightful look into the current process of bank recapitalization in India. He elaborated how the financial injections in an economic structure workout. He also compared the economic and banking policies followed in various countries such as USA and Japan.  Dr.Anand delivered his invited talk on November 10, 2017 to the gathering of 3rd International Economics Conference.

Dr. Doug Gilbert, USA Talks on Performance Excellence

Dr. Doug Gilbert, Staff Faculty, University of Phoenix, USA delivered an invited technical talk to the delegates of 3rd International Economics Conference on November 10, 2017.  He emphasised on the role of performance excellence in sustainable organisation and business sustainability. He analysed the role Malcolm Baldrige Quality Standards plays in ensuring the successful quality management in the products and services manufactured by the companies in US and western economies.

IEC Keynote Address by Sri.Chandrasekhar, MD, Bhoruka Power Corp Ltd

Sri. S. Chandrasekhar, Managing Director, Bhoruka Power Corporation Limited inaugurated the two- day International Conference on “Economic Growth and Sustainable Development: Emerging Trends” on November 10, 2017 at SDMIMD campus. In his keynote address, Mr.Chandrasekhar raised concerns overs poor productivity, jobless growth and rising unhedged loans which impede economic growth in India. He believes that sustainable development could be achieved only through sustainable energy. Energy security has been considered as lynchpin of sustained economic growth. He took the participants trough the immense built capacity of India in the area of renewable energy, which could be harnessed by technological innovations.