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Saturday, 27 February 2016

Unknown Amazing facts about Indian scientist C.V. Raman




With passion to share knowledge and to educate the bright minds of India on this National Science Day i.e 28th February RNB Global University, Bikaner shares the amazing unknown facts about Indian scientist C.V. Raman and his research. 

1. Sir C. V Raman was just 14 years old when he started attending his B.A Class at Presidency College.  
2. C. V Raman full name was “Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman”. 
3. C.V. Raman was the first Asian and first non-White to receive any Nobel Prize in the sciences. 
4. On a sea voyage to Europe in 1921, Raman curiously noticed the blue color of the glaciers and the Mediterranean. He was passionate to discover the reason for the blue color. Once Raman returned to India, he performed many experiments regarding the scattering of light from water and transparent blocks of ice. According to the results, he established the scientific explanation for the blue color of sea-water and sky.
5. Not known by many but Raman had a collaborator in this experiment. K. S. Krishnan, Raman's co-worker, did not share the Nobel Prize due to some professional differences between the two. However, Raman strongly mentioned Krishnan's contributions in his Nobel acceptance speech.
6. The ‘Raman Effect’ is considered very significant in analyzing the molecular structure of chemical compounds. After a decade of its discovery, the structure of about 2000 compounds had been studied. Thanks to the invention of the laser, the ‘Raman Effect’ has proved to be a very useful tool for scientists.
7. It is immensely surprising that Raman used equipment worth merely Rs.200 to make this discovery. The Raman Effect is now examined with the help of equipment worth almost millions of rupees.
8. The Nobel laurete physicist C. V. Raman was the first to be appointed to the post of Palit Professor of Physics in 1917 at the University of Calcutta.
9. In 1932, Raman and Suri Bhagavantam discovered the quantum photon spin. This discovery further proved the quantum nature of light.
10. After the independence of India, he was selected as the first national professor of India.
11. Raman was not only an expert on light, he also experimented with acoustics. Raman was the first person to investigate the harmonic nature of the sound of Indian drums such as tabla and mridangam.

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Pre-budget Seminar: Discussion on General Budget 2016


The discussion of the pre-budget seminar on general budget was held at the RNBGlobal University on the 10th of February 2016 with Dr. S.K. Roy (Dean, SOCM) as the moderator for the forum.

In this pre-budget discussion session the emphasis was upon the issues of relevance to the economy with reference to the general budgets.

The major points on which the forum (students of BBA, B.Com, and MBA) stressed was “how revenue can be generated by the govt. without increasing the taxes.”

Some of the issues of concern with reference to revenue generation as discussed by forum were: Inflation control to be the top priority; Personal tax exemption limit to be increased to boost demand; The fiscal deficits should be less than 3% of our GDP; Approximate 10, 00,000 lakhs projects are still non-operating, should be made operational; GST should be passed in parliament; There should be more focus on - Urbanisation, Information sector regarding agriculture, Developed infrastructure, Introducing new agriculture schemes to boost agriculture related activities and milking poultry projects and Irrigation facility should be boosted.


Also these following were discussed in detail:
- People have expectations that the Finance Minister has done his best to provide the balance between short term growth sustainable economic gains over the long term.
- The centres focus should be on how to increase the ease of doing business in India.
- The reduction which is being proposed on corporate tax will boost investor confidence and encourage companies to continue the process of job creation and overall growth.

It was therefore concluded that for the Government. it was of grave importance to not pressurise the growth pillars of the country who are a part of the financially weaker section of the society like taxes for the common man on necessities, ROI on education loans, loans related with SSI and for agriculture; Instead let the stronger section of the society like industrialists, rich farmers, taxes on luxuries etc. bear the brunt so that the revenue collection by the government does not suffer in turn harming Public Administration Services.


Friday, 19 February 2016

Pre Budget Seminar: Discussion on Railway Budget-2016


With the month of March approaching, the one thing that looms on the horizon and on everyone's mind is ‘Budget’. At this point of time when the union budget is to be presented on the 29th of February 2016, it is very crucial for every professional institute nurturing talent to understand and discuss with their students the impact of these budgets on the economy.

The seminar on Pre Budgets was held over a period of two days on the 9th and 10th of February 2016. All students of BBA, BCom, and MBA were present. The session started with the moderator Dr. S.K.Roy, Dean , SOCM presenting a prelude on the seminar on pre-budget to the participating students .

The two day session was to cover various issues like expectations from the budget, consensus of the major stake holders in any democracy the people, the consumption boost, the fiscal deficits, the investment boost, the state of the infrastructure, and most importantly the two day seminar was to concentrate on the expectations from the railway budget and thereafter discussions on the general budget.

On day one that is the 9th of February 2016 it was quite an interactive session since railway budgets have been very close to the common man’s heart. Some of the following points were discussed:

- Changes in ticketing policy such as 50% refund on total cancellations and no limit in ticket booking for travelers could be incorporated.
Bribes taken by TTEs and the misuse of emergency quotas need to be addressed which the citizens feel can be done through policies, processes and systematic changes.
- The Railways must address these issues otherwise the bribes taken by the TTE s will translate into revenue loss for the government.
- A transparent system for emergency and VIP seat allocation should be instituted and guidelines need to be issued defining emergency and VIP quota. The quota also needs to be cut down by at least 75% because this again leads to the pressure falling on the common man who does not fall in this quota and also loss of revenue for the government.
- This budget like every year must envision profound social and economic changes, with aim to deliver (well-being) across all socio-economic levels.


With this the session for the day was closed and all participants were instructed to assimilate the next day for the continuation of the seminar for the discussion of expected general budgets.

Saturday, 6 February 2016

Seminar on "Recent Developments in Indian Banking and Insurance sector"


Moving ahead on the path of reaching out to becoming one of the leading professional Institutes on a Global Context the first Industry Interactive Seminar was held at the RNB Global University, Bikaner, Rajasthan under the Helm of affairs of the Senior Management, and the guidance of the Hon’ble President.

The Seminar was in three phases, the Inaugural session where the Chief Guest was Mr Sudhanshu Mohan Mishr “Alok” Senior Divisional Manager, LIC, Bikaner and then in the second phase was the First Technical session on the Growth Prospects in the Insurance Industry and the speakers were Dr.Akshay Pandey, Assistant Administrative Officer, LIC, Bikaner and Mr. Ajay Diama, Branch Head, SBI General Insurance. The third phase was a technical session on the Developments in the Banking Industry where the session was chaired by Mr, Tej Singh Rathore , DGM, Bank of Baroda, Bikaner and the Speakers for this session were Mr. Ghansyam Sharma, Chief Manager, PNB, Bikaner, Mr. Ankur Garg, Branch Manager, IDBI, Bikaner, and Mr. Ashok Tiwari, Branch Manager, Allahabad Bank, Bikaner.

The inaugural session began with a welcome to the delegates with the opening address of the Hon’ble President, RNB. This was followed with the inaugural speech by the chief guest for the Inaugural session Mr. Sudhanshu Mohan Mishr “Alok”, SMD, LIC, Bikaner. He gave a brief clarity on the misnomers of the insurance sector , especially with the fresher’s who may be apprehensive to  join this industry and also portrayed a chart of growth prospects in this industry expressing his gratitude for having been invited by RNB to address the future leaders.

After the Inaugural session the first Technical Session on the Insurance Industry was announced as open and the Chief Guest who kindly consented to Chair the session.

The first speaker for the morning Dr. Akshay Pandey in a very meticulous presentation clarified apprehensions about investments in Insurance and mutual funds and at the same very patiently answered queries of the audience related with payment of claims and the problems faced by the consumers because of claims. 

The second speaker for the morning Mr. Ajay Diama along with his associate Mr. Pradeep  swayed the audience with his very interactive session which not only informed about the Growth opportunities in this sector but also clarified to the prospective candidates about the misnomers of the core finance profiles in the market. All in all it was an absolutely synchronised session between three eminent speakers from the industry.

Post lunch it was the second technical session for the day on Growth prospects in the Banking Industry which started with a warm welcome extended to the speakers Mr.Ghanshyam Sharma , Chief Manager, PNB, Bikaner, Mr. Ashok Tiwari, Branch Manager, Allahabad Bank and Mr. Ankur Garg Branch Manager, IDBI Bank, Bikaner. The secod technical session was chaired by our revered guest Mr.Tej. Singh. Rathore, DGM, Bank of Baroda.

The first Speaker Mr. Ghansyam Sharma threw light on the extensions and growth that the Banking Industry has witnessed since Independence and why there was a requirement for liberalisation of the banking sector.

The second speaker for the day Mr. Ankur Garg emphasised the reason for competition between the PSU and Private Banks and how this competition has positively helped the economy to grow as a whole and has also opened several venues for the Public Banks.

The third Speaker of the second session Mr. Ashok Tiwari, Branch Manager, Allahabad Bank, Bikaner in a very easy and Business to Client terminology talked about the fact that even though it is the Banking sector highlighting knowledge of Finance and investments but the central nervous system hails to be the Marketing Skills which in the earlier days were silently used as a tool in the Banking Sector and today have become the threshold of the banking Sector like in any other industry. This was indeed an eye opener to many especially the candidates are looking for a career in the Finance Market.

The Chairperson  Mr. Tej. Singh Rathore very amicably summed up what had been presented by all the speakers kneading threads in a simple manner answers to a lot queries. 

Acknowledging the gracious presence of the distinguished guests and their taking time off to share their knowledge and experience with the budding stars of RNB, the Hon’ble President presented mementos to them as a token of goodwill . 

The MBA students coordinated the entire event under the guidance of the conveners. Being the first seminar at RNB since its inception just a few months back it was an absolutely correct and flawless staging of talks from senior managers in the market and a wonderful platform for RNB as this would help us bridge the gap between the theoretical learnings and the practical implementation realities of the market for the students.