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One Day Seminar on Budgetary Operations of Government of India

Published On : 15 Mar 2019   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


On Tuesday, March 05, 2019, Department of Business Administration (MBA), Alva’s Institute of Engineering and Technology, Mijar and ISTD Mangalore-Udupi Chapter organized ‘One Day Seminar on Budgetary Operations of Government of India’.

The function was presided by Dean Prof. P. Ramakrishna Chadaga and attended by Faculty and students.

Dean Prof. P. Ramakrishna Chadaga gave presidential remarks, he emphasized the importance of National Budget for Management Students.

Prof. G. V. Joshi, convenor of the seminar, spoke about the aspects of Employment generation, Infrastructure, Agriculture, Fiscal Deficit/GDP ratio managed well in Indian National Budget.

Prof. Karnik explained the Indian National Budget features citing example of Budget for the Management Institute prepared and presented by him as Director of the Institute.

Prof. Maithri spoke about key tax proposals in Indian National Budget.

Student Ms. Arpita spoke about the Government expenditures and revenues.

Student Ms. Spoorthi Bhat highlighted the various schemes included in Indian National Budget like Pradhan-Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi, Pradhan-Mantri Shramyogi Maandhan Yojana, Mudra Scheme etc.

Student Ms. Jovita presented details of Defence Budget including 3.18 lakh crores allocation which is 1.5 % of GDP.

Student Ms. Soumyashree Bhat spoke about Fiscal programme including Revenue Budget and Capital Budget.







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