ICSI to organise 36th National convention in Goa from tomorrow

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Panaji, Nov 5 (UNI) Over 900 delegates from India and abroad will participate in the three-day 36th National Convention of Company Secretaries on the theme ''Achieving Excellence through Innovation'', to be held on November 6 at Kala Academy, Campal here.

The convention will be organised by Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI).

Speaking to mediapersons, ICSI President Keyoor Bakshi today said ''we are witnessing an extended market volatility and looming recession in global financial markets. The situation has cast on company secretaries added responsibilities to innovate and create solution and look for better opportunities. Such situation indeed should bring out the best in them, drawing assistance from their well-researched studies, mastery over soft-skilled and unretrievably optimistic approach''.

He said the convention seeks to make an in-depth analysis of the theme by deliberating it in the five technical sessions--Embracing the emerging technologies for quantum growth, Unlooking stakeholders value through restructuring, Global Meltdown- challenges and opportunities, Safeguarding innovation-Management of IPPRS and the changing role of regulators in fostering innovation.

Tata Sons executive director R Gopalkrishan will deliver the key note address. Joint secretary of corporate affairs Jitesh Khosla will address a special session on Companies Bill 2008&Limited Liability Partnership Bill.

Mr Keyoor said there would be an international session on November 7, in which CEOs and Company Secretaries from Institutes from Hongkong, Malaysia, United Kingdom, Sri Lanka, Bangaldesh, Pakistan, Maldives, Kenya and Stock Exchange of Mauritius will participate.

Goa Governor DR S S Sidhu will inaugurate the Convention, while Managing director of Salgaocar Group of Companies Dattaraj Salgaocar will be the guest of honour.

Goa Chief Minister Digamber Kamat will be the chief guest for valedictory session on November 8.


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