‘Impact of globalization on Kashmir economy worth research’
KU launches website of DBFS
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Srinagar, Apr 3: Vice Chancellor, Kashmir University, Prof Riyaz Punjabi today said there was immense need to research and study the impacts of globalization on Kashmir economy.
Speaking at the valedictory function of a weeklong Faculty Development Program (FDP) on “Stock Market Operations” Prof Punjabi said: “We need to do research on the impact the globalization had on Kashmir economy.”
The Department of Business and Financial Studies (DBFS) had conducted the workshop at the varsity.
Prof Punjabi hailed the department for organizing “this event first time in the Varsity” while suggesting that it should also conduct general orientation courses on the equity markets.
Dean Academic Affairs, Prof A R Yousuf felicitated the department for starting the academic calendar with FDP.
Head Department of Business and Financial Studies, Prof. Nazir A Nazir said: “The program was sufficiently loaded with conceptual and analytical as well as practical orientation covering major areas of business and finance.”
The participants at the workshop, who were from different colleges, said they would submit papers on various topics including Demutualization of Stock Exchanges – The Indian Experience, Prospects of Growth of Capital Market in Kashmir, Role of SEBI towards regulating Indian Capital Market.
The department assured the participants that the papers would be published in the form of a book.
On the occasion a website of the department www.dbfsku.net was launched by Prof. Punjabi.
Among the KU officials present at the event included Director South Campus, Dr. Khurshid A Bhat, Director DLL, Prof. Neelofer Khan, Head, Department of Political Science, Prof. Asifa Jan, Special Secretary to VC Qaisar Ajaz, former Dean of the faculty, Prof. Mohiuddin Sangmi.
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