Hyderabad, Septemebr 18, 2018– Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management (VJIM), Hyderabad successfully wrapped a Business Conclave at Hotel Avasa on 15th Septemebr 2018. The Concalve saw who’s who of the industry and academia participate, discuss, debate and draw some insightful solutions on the BFSI sector, its present hurdles and solutions.
The conclave was sectoral in nature, dealing with Banking, Financial services and Insurance sector within the present economic landscape of the country. In the inaugural session, Dr. CH S Durga Prasad, Director VJIM and K. Harish Chandra Prasad, Chairman, Governing council VJIM, addressed the students and urged them to optimize the opportunity to elarn from the leading practictioners and researchers within the BFSI community.
The inaugural session was pivoted around the theme- ‘Role of Development Banking in Evolution of Financial System’. Ms. Smitha Mohanty, DGM NABARD, in her address explained the role played by NABARD in developing agricultural and rural economies of the Telangana region. She informed the audience on the crucial role played by NABARD in flagship programmes like mission Kakatiya, Mission Bhagiratha, Micro irrigation projects and warehousing for agriculture needs. Smt. Kanchanlata Pandey, AGM SIDBI in her address, discussed the role of SIDBI in development of MSME sector in the nation and dealt with financing, risks and institutional building for the sector.
The second session of the Conclave was on the role of commercial banks in the digitization of the nation. Sri K.T. Venu Madhav, GM Andhra bank, dwelled on the role of Public Sector Banks in digitizing bank transactions for customers in remote areas by SMAAC and regarding relevant RBI regulations. Sri K Srinivas, VP and CRH Axis bank, in his address touched upon the wide usage of Big Data being applied for performance of employees, branches and tracking the needs of customers. He suggested that the digital world is built on customer needs and bank’s have invested in risk mitigation programmes.
In the third session, dealing with the role of regulators in technology, Sri K S Subramanyam, former ED, IRDA, briefed on the regulatory aspects of banking and explained the various steps being taken to protect the customer interests in insurance sectors. Sri T Srinivasan, AGM SEBI dealt with the various regulatory aspects concerned with security and exchange boards and the steps being taken by the body to prevent scams from occurring to protect the retail investors and large investors alike. Sri G Raghu Raj, GM IDRBT, in his speech detailed the technological development aspects concerned with banking.