Management Development Programme

  • MAY 15, 2009

I. Finance For Non Finance Executive.

Today’s globalised economy and its recent meltdown has increased the uncertainty in every aspect of business function. Hence the management skill needed to handle business is not the same as that of yesterday. In the process , therefore , cutting edge knowledge of financial management and practice in the part of non-finance executive and senior employee in all business organization irrespective of their primary responsibility or nature of job has assumed greater importance .

The above workshop has been designed to exactly achieve that objective to enable participants to acquire the skill to process and analyze different information and data to evaluate option to support decision making in crisis  situation .Date : 15th  & 16th  May, 2009.
Venue : Hotel Rajmahal , A.T. Road , PaltanBazar , Guwahati .

Participants : 40 participants from different corporate of North East. 

Speaker in : Mr. H.S. Das , IAS , Principal Secretary Finance , Govt of Assam 
The inaugural : Mr. S. Hazarika , Director –Assam Institute of Management 
function : Mr. D.N. Barua , President , GMA and Ex. Managing Director , AIDC

Resource persons/ Facilities 

1.Mr. O.P. Tailor , M.D. – Assam Petrochemicals Ltd. 
2. Mr. D.k. Bondopadhya, Management Economist , IIBM
3. Mr. S.K. Saha, CGM – Corporate Finance , ASEB 
4. Mr. Sibundu Dev Varma, Astt. Director , Software Park of India
5.Mr. Jamal Hussain , Faculty , Assam Institute of Management 
6. Mr. Anup Kr. Das , Director , IMHS. Programme Consultant . 
7. Mr. Gaurav Garodia , Practicing Chartered Accountant and Consultant.

II. Programme on Clean Renewable Energy

Challenges for Power Planners 

a) Energy security and climate change the twin threat is needed to be address together , within affordable cost with out jeopardizing the growth of power to pull on with the development .

b) Concentration on green house gases in the atmosphere to be equivalent of 450 part per million of carbon dioxide requirement by volume by the year2030 (Intergovernmental panel or climate change) which mean reducing emission by 60 percent .
c) Energy alone is responsible for 60 percent emission of carbon dioxide in to the atmosphere. 
d)Fuel used , technology , how we power our homes and transportation  and run the factories are also ancillary consideration.

Emerging  large scale clean energy sectors.
a) On shore wind 
b) off shore wind.
c) Solar photovoltaic.
d) Solar thermal electricity generation .
e) Municipal solar waste to energy .
f) Sugar based ethanol / chemical methanol.
g) Cellilosic and next generation biofuels.
h) Geothermal power.

The seminar cum interactive session for retail investors in waste to power plant in Assam was started with the above information’s by recourse person for the knowledge the participants.

Main theme : Retail investors in waste to energy power plant 
Date  : 05/ 09/2009.

Venue : Conference Room of GMA Office

Participants : 40 participants from Assam Electricity Board , Enterpreneurs from different Association and NGO’s research units.

Resource Person
Mr. P.C. Sarma , Retd . Chief Electrical  Advisor , Assam 
Ex Advisor , Assam Electricity Regulatory Commission
Hon. Secretary – North Eastern Energy Development Initiative .
Mr. Prakash Dutta . Director Project Development Cleanopolic Energy System India Pvt. Ltd.