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BWF SEMINAR “Global Economy and Repercussions on NRI's in Abu Dhabi

Published On : 04 Mar 2018   |  Reported By : Shodhan Prasad

Abu Dhabi: 1st March-2018- The Bearys Welfare Forum (BWF), a well-known & premier social organization in the UAE respected for its philanthropic and charitable works, organized a serious seminar on " Global Economy And Repercussions on NRIs " targeting mainly Gulf Kannadigas at Grand Continental Hotel,Abu Dhabi , on Thursday,1st March-18 .A galaxy of prominent NRI personalities from all walks and fields of life attended the seminar.

Brother Saif Sultan of Hope Foundation was the resource person. Advocate Saaduddin Salih, Altaf Kateeb and Rafeq Ahmed of Sahibaan, Mohammed Hakeem of KCF,Abdul Salam Deralkatte ,ICC were Guest of Honor on the function.

Program started with recitation of holy Koran by Abdul Rasheed V.K.Abdulla Madumoole, G. Secretary delivered the introductory speech touching a peculiar point .He said -Compared the repercussions of the Great Depression of 1930 with that of the repercussions on the world economy after the Great Recession of 2008, how some rulers like Hitler manipulated the hardship of people into their own advantage by exploiting the nationalistic emotions in the 30s and a similar atmosphere prevails world over now and people are vulnerable again to an emotional nationalistic blackmail. Governments in UAE and world over spent on infrastructure projects to overcome the financial crisis exactly how America did in 30s. Though the economy of UAE has stabilized , unfortunately NRIs have been losing jobs. To discuss various issues relating to NRIs and make the people aware of investment opportunities and financial facilities available to them back in India, BWF organized this seminar “Global Economy and Repercussions on NRIs”.

Mohammed Ali Uchil, President, BWF Welcomed the guests and gathering. He put few words on” Major Challenge For NRIs To Adjust In Indian Conditions”. NRIs who have worked in high position in foreign countries may face problem in adjusting in India. Further he said -The big concern for NRIs is their kids who may find sudden change in their lifestyle for which they are not prepared. They face problems adjusting in Indian schools. NRI kids may face problem in interaction with their pear group who may like to converse in the local language while they prefer talking in English. NRI kids have to struggle adjusting Indian lifestyle. There are vast difference in values and habits of NRI kids and Indian children. It is observed that NRI’s who are thinking of returning back must fully understand the living conditions of India before they make any such discussion There are various issues that they have to be tackled while living in India and they must make be aware of them before they make up their plans to return home. The main hurdles may include cultural, logistical and economic etc. One of the major challenges NRIs have to face is the rebuilding of healthy relationship with their relatives, friends and others. They have to follow all the procedures of customs and traditions and participate in cultural and religious festivals. NRIs placed at high position in companies abroad are accustomed to a certain lifestyle. Their lifestyle in foreign countries is completely different and they may find living conditions in India a big problem. They may have to face problems like hygiene, and other such life style related issues.

He thanked BWF-executive committee members for their hard work, dedication and effort to organize this function and bring in to its complete success and spirit. “It’s an incredible achievement for BWF, which managed to accomplish so many tasks to its utmost goal set, and God willing all of its project will be a complete success.”

Saif Sultan is a certified NLP practitioner. He has, in his 15 years training carrier worked at Sharjah Islamic bank as a trainer in Islamic banking.

Has as trained more than 1,100 managers of MNC’s in Management skills in India, UAE, Malaysia, Qatar, Philippines & USA.

He has trained school Management, teachers and students on various topics in India, Malaysia, UAE & Qatar. Also the founder of HOPE foundation in India

He delivered a uninterrupted talk for 2 hours touching all points of the Topic- "Global Economy And Repercussions on NRIs "He enlightened the audience with his highly motivational and educative talk, which applauded by the all the audience. A question and answer on the topic got tremendous response.

Rafeeq Krishnapur, Vice President along with Jaleel Gurpur and Imran Ahmed compered the program

BWF felicitated Brother Saif Sultan and Advocate Sadduddin Salih on the program

Abdul Ravoof,Vice President, BWF delivered the vote of thanks. The program was coordinated by Hamza Abdul Khader , Mohamed Kallapu and Nawaj Uchil. Mohd Siddik Kaup-Treasurer ,Abdul Majeed A.G. and Hameeed Gurupur-.Secretary. ,Mujeeb Uchil, Nazeer Ubar ,Siddik Uchil,Basheer Bajpe, , Haneef Ullal, Mohideen Handel, Majeed Athoor, Irfan Ahmed, Rasheed Bijai, , Rasheed V.K, Altaf takreer, Basheer Uchil, Imran along with other BWF youth volunteers were instrumental in the success of program.


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