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National Conference on Economic Reforms and their Impact on Indian Economy.

Integral University, Department of Commerce & Business Management in association with Human Resource Development Centre hosted the two days National Conference titled “Economic Reforms and their Impact on Indian Economy.



Prof. S.W. Akhtar, Hon’ble Chancellor, Integral University presided over the inaugural function .The Chief Guest of the inaugural function of the conference was Sri. Siraj Husain, IAS (Retd.) and Sr. Fellow Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER).
Integral University gave the economist, senior academicians and management heads, a platform to share their views and discuss India’s economic reforms and their impact on Indian Economy and to clear common doubt about reforms. “We believe that the country makes progress when there is a holistic vision, when it is inclusive and comprehensive Also Economic reforms are framed to bring relief and faith to the life of the common man”, said Prof A.K Saxena, Dean, Faculty of Commerce and Management, Integral.

“India is in the 3rd generation of Economic reforms where in villages should be focused upon, as majority of India still lives in villages” pointed out Prof. Badar Alam Iqbal, Adjunct Professor, Monarch University Zug Switzerland. Prof.Subhash Sharma, Director General, Indus Business Academy, Bengaluru presented his integral view of sustainability, equity, growth, & capillary action and emphasized the importance of local products in Global market. The eminent academia Prof. A.M. Agrawal, PVC, GLA University, Mathura, Prof. Parimal Vyas, VC, Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda and Prof. M.K.J. Siddiqui, Vice Chancellor (Acting), Integral University, graced the event as Guests of Honour.

The conference was studded with intriguing lectures by the distinguished guests followed by six parallel technical sessions on different economic issues like FDI, Export led growth and sustainability, Make in India, Digital India, Skill India, Smart Cities Initiative, GST, Demonetization ,Digitization, Tax reforms and the ease of doing business. The two panel discussion held on Indian economy was an informative and lively session with the expertise of the illuminating panelists. The inaugural concluded with the vote of thanks by Dr Asma Farooque - Head Department of commerce & Business management, convener and organizing secretary of the conference.

From the profound sessions during the day, the management students got the limelight on them by organizing a cultural evening to entertain the delegates with an artistic evening. A variety of cultural events were performed by the Integralites including the college band performance, poetry, singing and many more. Beautiful synchronization and powerful vocals indeed made it a mesmerizing evening.

Day 2 of the conference began with the Chief Guest Prof. Devi Singh, VC, Flame University and former Director IIM, Lucknow , extensively speaking about Demonetization- and its positive and negative impacts on common man and the Indian economy. The conference highlighted some relevant discussions on how the economic reforms are of immense importance and use to a common man. From more ATMs in the villages to an increase of Swadeshi goods in Videshi Markets, the Indian progress was looked upon during the conference. With the impact of Investors summit, the economic boom is expected to give fruitful results in the education sector and simplifying and understanding these existing economic reforms would be helpful” said Prof. A. K Saxena Conference Chair, who presented the Integral Conference Report.

Prof . Furqan Qamar, Secretory General, AIU, threw light on the various governmental policies towards Make in India , Digital India and Skill India and their Implication. The conference indeed, culminated the significance and power of Reforms in our lives.