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The 72nd All India Commerce Conference-2019 was inaugurated at KIIT on 22nd December, 2019. Organized by KIIT Deemed to be University, this Annual Conference of Indian Commerce Association (ICA) will continue till 24th December, 2019. Inaugurating the Conference, Chief Guest Hon’ble Minister of Finance and Excise, Govt. of Odisha, Shri Niranjan Pujari said that India’s giant leap forward […]

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Commerce Conference

The 72nd All India Commerce Conference-2019 was inaugurated at KIIT on 22nd December, 2019. Organized by KIIT Deemed to be University, this Annual Conference of Indian Commerce Association (ICA) will continue till 24th December, 2019.

Inaugurating the Conference, Chief Guest Hon’ble Minister of Finance and Excise, Govt. of Odisha, Shri Niranjan Pujari said that India’s giant leap forward to occupy the centre stage in world economy has been possible because of numerous factors and ICA has great contribution for placing India in a comfortable position.  

“Today, the world is standing at the crossroads, because of the economic slowdown. When we have a dream of achieving 5 Trillion Dollar Economy, Indian Commerce Association has a definite role in realizing India’s Dream”, he added. In this context, The Minster requested all the experts associated with the field of Economics to work hard in order to achieve the dream of India.

At the outset, welcoming the dignitaries, Prof. Sasmita Samanta, Pro-VC of KIIT DU said that today’s economy is over dependent on Commerce and Business. There are professionals in Commerce and Business, who can think about the Community Enterprises.  Sustainable growth of the society is possible, if Community Enterprises grow. Besides the growth of MSME can change the economic scenario of India which can reach up to 5 Trillion Dollar.

In his address, Prof. Achyuta Samanta, Founder, KIIT and KISS expressed pleasure because of the trust reposed on KIIT by ICA to host the conference. He thanked Hon’ble Minister, esteemed office bearers of ICA, other delegates and dignitaries on being congregated at KIIT to participate in the coveted All India Commerce Conference.

The President of ICA, Prof. H. Venkasteshwarlu, said that we have our own way of thinking for the growth of the Nation as we have lots of commitments, goals and dreams. Prof. Narendra Kumar, Secretary of ICA, in reading out the Annual Report of Indian Commerce Association, highlighted the accomplishment of the organization.

On this occasion, the highest award of ICA “Prof. Manubhai M. Saha Memorial Award”was conferred on Dr. Hardeep Chahal, Professor, Department of Commerce, and University of Jammu. Four Veteran Professors turned Vice Chancellors of different universities were also felicitated.

Among the dignitaries, Dr. Pushpendra Mishra, Joint Secretary of ICA and Prof. Nawal Kishore, Managing Editor were present among many researchers, scholars, students, and invited guests who have come all the way to the conference from nook and corner of India. Eventually, vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Manas Pandey, Vice President of ICA and Prof. Jayanta Parida, Organizing Secretary of the conference on behalf of ICA and the organizer (KIIT DU) respectively.

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Odisha Governor Inaugurates KIIT Deemed to be University is organizing  40th All Odisha Commerce Conference (AOCC) of Odisha  Commerce Association on 20th and 21st December, 2019. Inaugurating the Conference at the Convention Centre, Campus-6, His Excellency The Governor of Odisha, Prof. Ganeshi Lal, quoted Father of The Nation and cited the Seven Social Sins as preached by Gandhiji in general and […]

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Odisha Governor Inaugurates

KIIT Deemed to be University is organizing  40th All Odisha Commerce Conference (AOCC) of Odisha  Commerce Association on 20th and 21st December, 2019.

Inaugurating the Conference at the Convention Centre, Campus-6, His Excellency The Governor of Odisha, Prof. Ganeshi Lal, quoted Father of The Nation and cited the Seven Social Sins as preached by Gandhiji in general and “Commerce Without Ethics” out of those seven in particular.

The Governor laid focus on Human Management as well as Emotional Management as it can create responsibility. “Our potentiality and performance have to be combined together for the betterment of humanity at large”, he remarked.

“As far as Commerce and Business is concerned, there are primarily 4 subjects, i.e. Management, Relationship, Transformation Process and Development of Leadership Qualities. More than 90% of the world’s content on Commerce and Business is confined within these 4 subjects, if it put together,” added the Governor.

Gracing the  Conference as Guest of Honor, Prof. Ashok Das, Vice Chairman, Odisha State Education Council  said that Commerce today is the binding force amongst  all the disciplines. Because the entire world is looking at the livelihood generation. Livelihood consists of two parts, i.e. employment and value  system. So the Education System where livelihood generation comes into the picture, Commerce is the first discipline which started its journey along this line, “the ethical battering system”, considered as the first stage of livelihood generation.

Considering the gloomy scenario of enrollment into Commerce Stream in rural colleges, adequate counseling and mental exercises needed to motivate the countryside students to pursue Commerce Education. Nobody except the Odisha Commerce Association would be competent enough to do this, stated Prof. Das.

On the other hand, the makings of a good curriculum would be the precursor to livelihood generation. Besides, Question Banks, a Good Curriculum, a Good Examination System and a Good Set of Standard Video Lectures to the lesser privileged  students of Odisha is need of the hour to ensure livelihood generation, added Prof. Das.

At the outset, welcoming the Guests to the Conference, Prof. Sasmita Samanta, Pro-VC, KIIT DU said that Commerce is a system for engineering knowledge, skill and intellect. While the social system should be robust, the outcome should be such that the people would get benefits from it. It is seen that all the fields of education is solely connected to commerce  education. Even if the education system  will be changing and evolving, as per the requirements of the system,  all of us have to put effort to diversify the education system in the country.

Reading out the Annual Report of Odisha  Commerce Conference, Maj. Dr. S. A. Taheer General Secretary of  All Odisha Commerce Conference(AOCC) highlighted the changing dimensions of  All Odisha Commerce Conference.

Presiding over the Conference, Prof. Prabodh Kumar Hota, President of AOCC suggested to include Commerce in School Curriculum. “We have to transform ourselves and go beyond the conventional teaching methods. Commerce Education is dynamic, circumstantial and requires a lot of practice. In the present paradox, there is an increased youth unemployment. It needs  to influence and uplift the analytical, communication skills as well as research abilities of future generation”, he remarked.

On this occasion, so many Professors of Commerce who have  pioneered the Commerce Education were felicitated by the Governor and other Guests. Among the dignitaries, Prof Malaya Kumar Mohanty, Managing Editor, OJC and Prof. Jayanta Parida, Organizing  Secretary of AOCC were present among others.

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