The Faculty of Business Administration and Commerce has organized a session on “Budget 2021-22: Critical Analysis”
Faculty of Business Administration and Commerce
All the students of FBAC
Academic Activity – Budget 2021-22: Critical Analysis
Date and Duration:
February 13, 2021, 11:00am to 1:00pm
Budget 2021-22: Critical Analysis
Brief description / remarks:
Faculty of Business Administration and Commerce organized a session on Budget Analysis on February 13, 2021, which was emphasized on critical analysis of Budget 2021-22.
The key purpose behind this session was to make the students awareabout the important aspects of Budget 2021-22 like fiscal deficits, debt to GDP ratio, FRBM guidelines, taxation, budget allocation among various sectors of economy etc.
Session was started at 11.00 am in Lecture Theatre 1 (LT1),Mandsaur University chaired by Honorable Chancellor Shri Narendra Nahta andHonorable Vice-chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Shailendra Sharma. At first Dr. Azhar A. Sheikh, Assistant Professor, highlighted the key points of Budget 2021-22 along with the important aspects like fiscal deficit, debt to GDP ratio and GDP growth (for 2020-21 and projected for 2021-22). Then, students of MBA I Semester Ms. Roopshikha Sharma and Gourav Mangal presented their critical analysis on Budget 2021-22. After that Honorable Chancellor Shri Narendra Nahta appreciated the students for their active participation and enlightened the students with his knowledge. Shri Nahta also presented the factual analysis of Budget 2021-22 and motivated students to analyze budget based on facts rather than perceptions. Honorable Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Shailendra Sharma expressed his views onimportance of Budget Session to students and motivated students towards such sessions. The session was ended after healthy discussion on various perspective of Budget 2021-22At the end of session Vote of thanks was given by Prof. Avinash Vikram, Head. All the faculty members of department were present during the session.
• Students gained the knowledge aboutbudget and its related aspects.
• Learnt about the relationship between budget and economy.
No. of participants: 160
Prepared by :
Dr. Azhar A. Sheikh, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Business Administration and Commerce
Verified and Submitted by (HOD/HOI): Prof. Avinash Vikram