Arthavyuh 2011 at IMT Nagpur
October 14, 2011, Nagpur, India – IMT Nagpur just finished celebrating its annual flagship event Arthavyuh 2011 organized by Finance Forum “Finaholics” on 8th and 9th October at Nagpur campus.
The event was inaugurated by Mr. Ajit Banerjee, Vice President, Finance & Investments, Bharti AXA General Insurance, in presence of faculty members Mr. Pawan Jain and Kulbir Singh. A number of activities including finance games, guest lectures, panel discussion, movie screening etc. were organized by the organizers in presence of some prominent personalities.
Mr. Ajit Banerjee marked the event with his speech on Macro Economic View of the Economy and the Overview of the Debt Equity Market V1. In his speech, Mr. Banerjee spoke about World Economic Scenario, the macroeconomic view of the Indian economy, debt and equity market review of Indian financial market and the strategy way forward from an investor’s perspective. Other speakers who graced the occasion were Mr. Ajay Sharma, Mr. Akhil Katre, and Mr. Sonesh Bahel.
The objective of Arthavyuh 2011 was to provide a common platform which could bring eminent scholars, corporates, academicians and glorious young minds together to expound and explore different opportunities in the future financial world.
The theme for this year’s Arthavyuh 2011 was “Financial Distress: Today’s Challenges and Tomorrow’s Opportunities.” In the outlook of the current world economic scenario, it is of utmost importance to know where the world is headed in terms of opportunities. The world is for him who understands that every distress teaches a new lesson and presents a lot of opportunities to conquer the future. Thus, the theme was very apt for this year’s Arthvyuh. The whole event provided an insight on what different institutions in the economy are currently doing to embrace the new reality and emerge victorious.
The event turned out to be huge success and all the students and participants were ecstatic after the event. ” One word that comes to my mind when I think of Finaholics game is ‘phadu’…it showed us the application of the concepts taught to us in class and also let us know where we stand in terms of financial knowledge and current affairs, ” told Nitish Jadhav, winner of FINQ. Akshar, the student manager of the event, told us, “Smart Finance is a great way to learn as it uses practical applications in an interactive manner. It is enjoyable and insightful not only for the audience but also for the creators. Great initiative!! “
Arthvyuh 2011 was not only a hit among the students but the guest lecturers and invitees who graced the event were also enthusiastic about it. “Arthavyuh was a good platform which made me relive my college days and I really enjoyed it”, told Mr. Akhil Katre (Guest Lecturer)