Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Guest lecture on Globalisation At Desh Bhagat University

Desh Bhagat University organised a Guest Lecture on ‘Globalisation- Trends & Impact’, in which a large number of students from different faculties along with their teachers participated. The key-note speaker on this occasion was Mr. Vijay Kumar Gupta, who is a Central Government Standing Counsel at Supreme Court of India. University Vice Chancellor Dr. Shalini Gupta welcomed him and hoped that the students will take full benefit of his experiences. The learned speaker explained to the audience how Globalisation is connecting different countries and has made the world a small hub. He said that Globalisation has played an important role in the progress of world economy. While giving some examples, he said that after industrial revolution, import and export between different countries increased rapidly and the world economy got strengthened. The learned speaker emphasized that India is a fast growing economy and not even a single country can ignore it. Rather, every country is keen to develop business relations with it. Multinational companies have developed their business in India and it has created lot of new opportunities of employment. While talking about the importance of Indian economy, he said that during the last decade there was a huge downfall in the economy of the world and G-20 was formed to tackle the situation, in which 20 countries were included and India is one of them. The lecture was followed by a range of queries put forward by the students to which the learned speaker aptly replied. The students were quite happy to attend the lecture and expressed the view that the session was very informative. University Chancellor, Dr. Zora Singh and Pro Chancellor Tejinder Kaur expressed the view that the University aims to make prepare the students for every situation. They further articulated that such events are very useful for their multi- dimensional growth. At the end, Registrar Dr. Virinder Singh thanked the learned speaker and hoped that the event will prove quite useful for the students and the faculty members as well.


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