Workshop On Basic Banking Concepts & Contemporary Terminologies
Department of Business Management and Commerce organized two day’s workshop on “Basic Banking Concepts and Contemporary Terminologies” on September 17 & 18, 2018. Keeping in perspective the current banking system of India, a workshop thoughtfully planned with an aim to provide in house training to students. The two days workshop emphasized on the fundamental knowledge about the basic banking and its associate terminologies.
Workshop started with an inaugural session chaired by Dr. Shailendra Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Mandsaur University. Prof. Avinash Vikram (HOD, DBMC) elaborated the theme and schedule of workshop. Prior to the commencement of the session- I, Dr. Shailendra Sharma expressed his views on banking sector and motivated students towards such initiatives. The first session started at 10:30 am which was taken by Dr. Mukesh Sharma. Dr. Sharma explained the whole journey of Indian banking in three phases i.e. banking prior to independence, independence to 1991 and 1991 to till date. The Second session started after lunch which was taken by Dr. Gopal Krishna Rathore. Dr. Rathore took the session of A to Z banking and its associated terminologies.
On second day of the workshop, briefing and doubt clearing session conducted for students. In continuation of the workshop resource person Mr. Sheetal Sharma (Branch Manager, Smriti Bank Ltd. Mandsaur) delivered expert talk on practical aspects of banking. After that, based on contents of workshop multiple choice questions based online examination was conducted at LT-03, in which 85 students appeared.
Valedictory session held at 03:45 pm in which Chief Coordinator of this workshop Prof. Avinash Vikram delivered conclusive remark of the workshop. On this occasion Vice Chancellor Dr. Shailendra Sharma congratulated the team DBMC and all participants for the successful completion of workshop. At the same time result of the examination was announced and top three score achieved were recognised with certificates. Top three students who got highest marks were Shain Bee Mansuri (84/100) B.Com I, Hariom Sahu (80/100) B.Com I and Nikhil Porwal (76/100) BBA III Sem. The whole program was hosted by Prof. Swati Bhaiyya and vote of thanks presented by Prof. Shikha Machhopuriya. During the workshop Prof. Shyamlal Patidar, Prof. Richa Dubey, Prof. Sourabh Mishra and Prof. Ruben Shah were present.