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Two - Day Joint Seminar on
Companies Act, 2013 - New Standards for Corporate Governance
During 21-22nd December, 2015
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BROCHURE ATMS 2015
ABOUT KAKATIYA UNIVERSITY
Kakatiya University was established on 19th August, 1976 to fulfill the aspirations of the Telangana people for higher...more
About ICAI, New Delhi
Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI), New Delhi: The ICAI is the national professional accounting body of India...more
About Warangal- Cultural Capital of Telangana
Warangal also known as Orugallu and Ekasila Nagaram is a city and the district headquarters...more
Important Dates
Last Date for Registration
10-12-2015

Submission of Abstract
15-12-2015

Date of Seminar of Speech
21-22nd December, 2015


About the UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT:
The Department of Commerce & Business Management was started during the academic year 1968-69 and it is now one of the prestigious Departments of Kakatiya University. The Department was upgraded into a full-fledged University College in the year 2013. The College is endowed with qualified and experienced faculty. Some of the faculty members were trained at IIMs, XLRI MDI-IIFT and premier management institutions. The Department is at present offering the Under-graduate and Post-Graduate courses in Commerce and Business Management in various constituent, government, aided and private affiliated colleges under the jurisdiction of Kakatiya University. The College offers M.Phil and Ph.D. programmes apart from M.Com., M.Com. (C.A) and MBA on the campus. The faculty offers various U.G and P.G programs such as MBA, Executive MBA, M.Com (FA), M.Com (Computer Science), M.Com (Taxation), M.Com (Tax Procedures), M.Com (Banking and Insurance), B.Com, B.Com (Comp. Sc), B.Com(Banking and Insurance), B.Com(Taxation) and BBM etc. through its Constituent and affiliated colleges...more

About The Seminar:
The recently Companies Act, 2013 which replaced old Companies Act, 1956 is a landmark legislation with far-reaching implications on all the companies-listed and unlisted companies incorporated in India. The new regime is expected to significantly change the manner in which the corporates operate in India. There are more than one million registered companies in the country which are looking beyond domestic boundaries to access pools of financial and human capacities and for alliances with foreign companies. Foreign investors are looking towards India as an attractive destination, particularly, in the light of Honorable Prime Minister's are call for "Make in India", on one hand, and slow down of Chinese economy, on the other...more

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