One-day national symposium on impact of demonetisation on industries was organised at Nataraja Women’s First Grade College in the city.
The programme was inaugurated by Dr B Nagaraju, Professor and Chairman, Department of Studies in commerce, University of Mysore, Manasagangothri.
Delivering the inaugural speech, he said that before independence also we had the demonetisation when PETS – political, Economical, Tactical, and Social issues became the main reasons to the demonetisation. “The PETS should change as people, education, transaction and System because we are already in re-monetisation.”
Delivering the key note address, Dr T P Renuka Murthy, Professor and Course Co-ordinator, Department of MBA, VTU, PG Regional Centre, said, “Demonetisation is a short-term problem. With this, India is stepping towards a corruption-free country which would also help in curbing black money and illegal activities.
Dr M Sharada, Principal, Nataraja Residential First Grade College for Women, Dr V Chandra Sena, Co-ordinator, N G Lokesh, HOD, Department of Commerce, N Poornima, Assistant Professor, Sree Nataraja Residential First Grade College and others were present.