KAN Holds A Day-Long Conference On Corporate Governance

SRINAGAR: A day-long conference on the scope and concerns of Corporate Governance was organized by Kashmir Angel Network at Islamia College.

The conference was held in three sessions on perspectives related to Introduction, Technical, and Industry, organized by the Angel network in collaboration with the Islamia College of Science and Commerce.

Irtif Lone introduced Kashmir Angel Network to the audience and its role in building up an enabling ecosystem for youngsters to undertake startups.

Speakers highlighted the need for bringing in various elements of corporate governance in all spheres of corporate management and operations.

It was further brought to notice that the apparent disconnect between Academia and industry needs to be removed to bring efficiency to industry and promote entrepreneurship among the student community.

Dr Khurshid Ahmed, the principal of the college addressed the audience and spoke about the role of Islamia College.

Chairman KAN, Shabir Ahmed Handoo presented an introductory overview of the event.
Masood Hussain, a senior journalist of Kashmir talked about the macro-economic indicators and the prevalent business gaps in the market.

The technical session was graced by an eminent group of speakers, throwing light on different dimensions of corporate governance. It included Farukh Khan, CA Akeel Fayaz Mattoo, and Zubair Iqbal, former regional head of HDFC Bank.

The post-lunch session was the Industry session, and the speakers shared their experiences with the audience. Mehmood ur Rashid, Prof Seema Bashir, Irfan Zargar, M Ashraf Mir, Saad Parvez, Mahmood Ahmed Shah.


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