22nd National Management Colloquium on Finance




The 22nd National Management Colloquium on Finance on the theme – ‘Growth and Employment: Energising the Capital Market’ with sub-themes ‘Regulating Reforms – The Path Ahead’ and ‘Augmenting Investment’ took place on 24th January, 2015 in Asian School of Business Management, Bhubaneswar.

The colloquium was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Shri V Ramakrishna, Chairman, India Insure Risk Management & Insurance Broking services Pvt. Ltd by lighting the ‘lamp of wisdom’ followed by a welcome address by Prof. (Dr.) Biswajeet Pattanayak, Director ASBM who asserted that Capital Market is the key to economic development in a developing economy like India.

Shri V Ramakrishna said that “money is the basic tool for economic momentum in the world” and highlighted the nexus between capital markets and suggested various ways to move forward by improving investor awareness and other factors.  

In his key note address Shri Debaraj Biswal, MD & CEO, Bhubaneswar Stock Exchange spoke on the various drivers of economic growth, the rising middle class, investment in SME’s and the need to create financial assets in place of physical assets.  

Shri Arup Dasgupta, Regional Manager, LIC Housing Finance Limited, Shri Amar Navlani, Deputy General Manager, SEBI, ERO, Shri Nirmal Samsukha, Executive Officer, IPF Secretariat, Eastern Region, BSE Limited, Shri Dillip Satapathy, Bureau Chief, Business Standard Limited and Shri Debasish Mishra, Chartered Accountant & Partner, DM Associates spoke extensively on the technical sessions that followed.

Prof. Udayan Das, Coordinator of the National Management Colloquium gave introduction of the guests and highlighted on the theme of the colloquium and Prof. (Dr.) Rajee Jabbal, Co-coordinator concluded the session with a vote of thanks.

Prof. (Dr.) Biswajeet Pattanayak, Director, ASBM felicitated the dignitaries with the presentation of mementoes and the session was anchored by Khusbu Agarwal, a student of first year PGDM in the presence of all members of faculty, students and staff, delegates and members of media and press. The Colloquium was attended by delegates from industry & academia