A Two Day National Seminar on 'Demonetization and Indian Economy' is organised by the Centre for Management Studies from 27th February to 28th February, 2017 in the Indira Miri Conference Hall of the University.
Eminent experts Professor Atul Sarma, former Vice Chancellor, (Rajiv Gandhi University), former member Planning and Commission, and Chairperson (OKDISCD); Professor Memcha Loitongbam Director- Manipur Institute of Management Studies (MIMS), Manipur University; Professor Elangbam Nixon Singh Head, Department of Management, Mizoram University are participating as the external Resource Persons.
The two day seminar started with an inaugural function where Professor Ajanta B. Rajkonwar, the Chairperson of the Centre for Management Studies and Dean, School of Commerce and Management Sciences, made extended a warm welcome to the Resource Persons and the participants of the Two Day National Seminar.
Professor Alak K. Buragohain, Vice Chancellor, inaugurated the Seminar. In his address , Professor Buragohain, drew the attention of the participants about the importance of objective analyses of the implications of the Demonetization implemented by the Government of India. He highlighted upon the various initiatives taken by Dibrugarh University towards Digitization and Cashless transactions in the affairs of the University.
The Key Note address was delivered by Professor Atul Sarma, former Vice Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi University. In his address Professor Sarma presented a meticulous analysis of the Demonetization move of the Government, examining the motivations, plans and the effects.
All total 39 participants from across India viz. Arunachal University of Studies, GEA National College (Guwahati), Dibrugarh University, Salesian College (West Bengal), Assam University (Silchar), Kaziranga University (Assam), Darang College(Tezpur), Guwahati University, University of Calcutta, DHSK Commerce College (Dibrugarh), Womens College (Tinsukia) partcipated in the National Seminar.