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International Seminar held at St Agnes college.

Published On : 23 Jan 2020   |  Reported By : media release


The Post Graduate Department of Commerce, St. Agnes College (Autonomous) organized the III International Conference on 20 January 2020 in Conference Room, Sophia Block on the theme Innovation and Digitalisation – Strategies towards Global Collaborations. The Conference was inaugurated by Dr. Sudhir Ranjan Sen Gupta, Advisor, Manipal International University, Malaysia. The Chief guest for the inaugural function was Dr. P. S. Yedapadithaya, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Mangalore University and Sr. Dr. Jeswina A.C., Principal, St. Agnes College (Autonomous) was the President of the function and Sr. Dr. Maria Roopa A.C was the guest of honour.

In his Key Note Address, Prof. Sen Gupta discussed the innovation through digitalization in all aspects of corporate strategies and also in education. Chief Guest Dr. P. S. Yedapadithaya, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Mangalore University exhorted the students to constantly adapt to change and use the opportunities they have to learn and progress without giving in to complacency and arrogance. In the Presidential address, Sr. Dr. Jeswina spoke on the relevance of the Conference theme in today’s world. Dr. Catherine Nirmala was the Convenor or the Conference and the Inaugural programme was compeered by Ms. Dolan Banerjee.

 

 







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