Seminar on Corporate Governance, Accounting Frauds: Impact on Financial Performance held at KIIT


A Seminar on “Corporate Governance, Accounting Frauds : Impact on Financial Performance” was organised by KIIT School of Commerce & Economics (KSCE) at Conference Hall, Campus-3 on 20th February, 2020. Prof. R.N. Swain, Professor, KISS, Deemed to be University and Prof. B.C.M. Patnaik, Professor , KSOM, KIIT, Deemed to be University were the invited Resource Persons for the Seminar.

In his talk, Prof. R.N. Swain emphasised on the different aspects of Corporate Governance. He remarked Corporate Governance should be started with self Governance and abides by the Law. Prof. B.C.M. Patnaik explained the concept of Corporate Governance and draws the relationship among Shareholders, Board of Directors and Management with real life examples. He also remarked the different pillars of Corporate Governance in the contemporary relevance.

The Seminar was also graced by Prof. Jayanta Kumar Parida, Director, QAC & KSCE. He motivated & encouraged the students to prepare and present various seminars on relevant topics. The Seminar was coordinated by Dr. Giridhari Sahoo, Asst. Professor, School of Commerce & Economics and was chaired by Dr. Puspalata Mahapatra, Asst. Professor, School of Commerce & Economics, KIIT. The other Faculty members of School also contributed to the effective completion of the Seminar.

The Students of P.G and U.G. Programme delivered a Seminar Presentation on the topic. They explained in detail about the evolution, concepts, elements, pillars, failure and success of Corporate Governance. They also studied the relationship of Corporate Governance and its impact on financial performance of selected Indian Corporates with the help of research based case study.