Department of Business Economics kept a talk on “Career Scope in Capital Market” on 29th September, 2018. Mr. Mukesh Vyas (Fund Manager) from Finrich Financial Service was the speaker for the occasion. The talk was specially kept for T.Y.B.Com. students & alumni of the college. The objective of the event was to make our students aware about the financial career they can have after their graduation. Further, in order to manage their own investment they need awareness. This program was held from 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. in T.Y.B.Com. class room. Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla introduced the guest for the evening. Principal Dr. Padma Rangan welcome Mr. Mukesh Vyas with floral bouquet. Mr. Vyas explained the importance of investment from inflation point of view. Mr. Vyas spoke about career options available as an analyst, financial advisor, mutual fund distributor etc. in the financial market. He also explained the different ways through which one can participate in financial market without leaving his or her current profession. Students were extremely happy and gained a lot of new information from his talk. Mr. Mukesh Vyas also promised that if any students want to pursue his career in financial market he can help him. Program concluded with vote of thanks from Asst. Prof. Harsh Shukla.
A seminar on “The Role of Consumer Guidance Society of India” and “Need and Importance of Investment” was organized by the Department of Commerce, Mahatma Night Degree College of Arts and Commerce, Chembur on 21st December, 2017. The event started at 6.30 p.m. in room number 404. Students of T.Y. B.Com. and S.Y. B.Com. attended the seminar.
The students greeted the speakers warmly. Head of the Department of Commerce, Dr. Lata Krishnan introduced the speakers and welcomed them with a bouquet of flowers. The first speaker was Mr. Pratik Mishra from the Consumer Guidance Society of India. He illustrated his points with the help of a video. The video had interesting cases that had been resolved by the CGSI. The CGIS is a non-profit consumer organization established in India in 1966 to protect and educate the Indian consumer about sub-standard products and services, adultrated foods, short weights and measures, spurious and hazardous drugs, exorbitant prices, endemic shortages leading to black marketing and profiteering, unfulfilled manufacture guarantees and a host of other problems. The session was interesting and interactive.
Mr. Foram Shah, an investment planner by profession was the second resource person for the day. She started her session by introducing the term ‘savings’. She questioned students to find out whether they saved. She spoke at length about the importance of savings and went on to explain the concept ‘investment’. It is important that your savings grow, she explained. Making wise investment decisions ensuring growth, safety and liquidity is the need of the hour.
Foram Shah spoke about the Stock Exchange. She explained that it was not difficult to study and invest in shares sold in the stock exchange. Making systematic small investments prudently is a wise decision.
Students had many questions to ask and the session was lively and interactive.