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IIT Delhi’s attempt to find answers to current global turmoil

IIT Delhi’s attempt to find answers to current global turmoil
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First Published: Fri, Oct 31 2008. 01 32 PM IST
Updated: Fri, Oct 31 2008. 01 32 PM IST
New Delhi: To find answers to the current global turmoil and the role Indian companies can play in this scenario, the Department of Management Studies, IIT Delhi is holding its annual national business summit on the theme of ‘Super Brand India’.
Presentations would be made on cross-border investments, innovation and infrastructure by academicians, thinkers, economists and industry leaders.
Management guru and author Gurcharan Das and Krishan Kalra, secretary general, PHD chambers will talk on how the global slump is likely to affect foreign investments and what reforms are needed to accelerate flow of both inward and outward capital .
The two-day event will have focused group discussions on ‘Cross-Border Investments: Managing the Downturn’ ; ‘Innovation and Quality: Building a Resilient India’ and ‘Politics plus Business: A Bitter Cocktail’.
Adesh Jain, chairman, Council of Delegates, IPMA; Ambuj Jain, controller, Foreign Exchange, Jubliant Organosys; Amit Khosla, managing director, AsiaBridge Capital Advisers Private Limited; Kalpana Jain, senior director, Deloitte; Manish Aggarwal, DGM Finance, Honda Cars, Arun Bhalla, executive director (BD), Power Trading Corporation; Deepak Bajaj , director, Unitech Reality Investors; Prem Subramanium, principal, Business Development, IDFC will be some of the speakers.
An open debate will take forward the discussion where future managers will put forth their views and ideas. The finale will bring the best thought leaders of the nation on a platform to discuss recipes for an India that shines for all.
‘Building India Inc 2008’ is being held in the capital on 1-2 November, 2008
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First Published: Fri, Oct 31 2008. 01 32 PM IST