About the Conference
The economy of India is characterized as a developing market economy. India is the world’s 5th largest economy by nominal GDP and 3rd largest by purchasing power parity. Notwithstanding India's progress on growth and inflation, some of the big challenges for the economy include weak investment, muted monetary transmission and slow GST collections. Further, the four major engines of the economy - private investment, exports, private consumption and now even public investment - have stalled which warrants some concern on the health of the economy. India should take leadership role on various international economic issues for mobilizing support from like-minded countries of the world for strengthening the bargaining positions of the developing countries on the current issues of negotiations. India is best suited to continue to be in the frame work of mixed economy in which public sector, private sector and co-operative sector co-exists. Keeping this in mind, the Department of Commerce, Bishop Heber College is organizing a One Day Conference for Academicians and Industrialists to share new ideas on “Current Issues in Indian Economy”.
Academicians, Industry Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Research scholars and Students. However participation from Government agencies and people from allied areas of commerce is also highly encouraged.
Chief Patron : Rt. Rev. Dr.D.Chandrasekaran
Bishop & Chairman
Patron : Dr. D. Paul Dhayabaran
Conveners : Dr. G. Gnanaraj
Head, Department of Commerce Prof. G. T. Samuel Devadoss Co-ordinator – Shift II
Organizing Secretary : Dr. H. Kavitha
Asst. Professor in Commerce
Published: Jan 30, 2020