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Press Releases from INDIAN INSTITUTE OF FINANCE (32 total)

Realignment of Economic & Tax Policies for Development and Poverty removal requi …

Realign economic policies for development and poverty removal urged Mr. Mohd. Haleem Khan in a study published in latest issue of Finance India – The Quarterly Journal of Finance. Mr Khan suggests that prolonged public fiancé architecture with difference is required. Mr. Khan was former Secretary, of Disinvestment, Ministry of Finance, Government of India. The study proposes a five prolonged public finance architecture that includes comprehensively to institutionalize

“E-filing procedure needs further simplification despite a positive growth ove …

E-filing Income Tax returns in India has shown a positive growth over the years due to its intrinsic advantages. However, it is still very low in many states according to a research study titled “A Study on Assesse’s Perception towards E-Filing of Income Tax Returns” by Prof. P. Paramashivaiah, Prof. Puttaswamy and Ramya S.K published in Finance India- the Quarterly Journal of Finance, Vol. XXXI No 1, March 2019 issue. Income

Budget 2019 is Sabh ka Saath Sabh ka Vikaas Sabh ka Yogdaan ensuring more 8.2% G …

July 6th, 2019, IIF Delhi & G-Noida : The Budget 2019 is a developmental Budget ensuring more than 8.2% GDP Growth with Fiscal Deficit of less than 3.2% in FY 2019-20. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has laid foundation for Holistic Growth for the New energysed India and a Healthy Indian. The Budget is progressive, farsighted, has a long-term vision keeping Sabh ka Saath Sabh ka Vikaas Sabh ka Yogdaan

Quick Reactions on Indian Union Budget 2019-20

“Excellent Budget with a human face. The Budget is balanced progressive, farsighted, has a long term vision keeping electoral bias. It has provisioned adequately to handle farm distress for the deprived and the most disadvantaged, provide way for millions in India to take pride in their knowledge and seek livelihoods with their skills and potential, further secure and provide for healthcare, defense, education, basic income framework, housing and infrastructure developments

Finance India : Vol. XXXII no. 3, September, 2018 issue released

FINANCE INDIA - the Quarterly Journal of Finance, published regularly since 1987 by Indian Institute of Finance, a two tier triple blind peer review journal, has recently released its Volume XXXII no. 3, September, 2018 issue. Finance India is a SCOPUS Indexed Journal placed at 3rd out of 21,000+ Journals Indexed in SJIF Journal Rank by Scientific Journal Impact Factor (SJIF) with SJIF Impact Factor Value for 2018 as 6.778. The

“Indian stock markets are inefficient and there is existence of rational bubbl …

There is no co integration between stock prices and dividends based on the linear approaches, indicative of the presence of "rational bubbles". However, based on the non-linear approaches the hypothesis of the existence of ‘rational bubbles’ in the Indian equity market is rejected. Further, it is observed that the negative deviations (from the mean) are eliminated at a faster pace compared to the positive deviations; above all, the stock price

Banking & Financial Institutions in India Need to be Technology driven in the co …

Financial institutions need to be technology driven to meet the needs and challenges of the economy in the next few years to follow the international trends said Professor J.D. Agarwal while delivering a Key Note address as chief guest, on Relevance of Financial Institutions in the context of contemporary Global Scenario at Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. The conference was chaired by Professor V.K. Sehgal, Vice Chancellor of the University and organised

Crypto Currency: the “New Avtaar” need to legitimate and developing a regula …

There is an urgent need to create legitimate and developing regulatory framework for crypto currency and other crypto products, as this allows billions/trillions of money being transacted globally without any checks and balances. Crypto currency is fast emerging as money internationally despite the fact that it poses a threat to national security, individuals wealth and nations apart from the ills any speculative product brings with it to meet

All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) fails India's Technical Educat …

Technical education in India is passing through a critical phase despite the government’s serious efforts to improve it both quantitatively and qualitatively. There is a bitter criticism of present status of technical education in the country. There has been a negative growth of number of technical education institutions by more than 3 percent, total Intake capacity has gone down by 4,08,000 i.e. gone down by more than 3 percent every

India's Union Budget 2018-19 a "Garibi Hatao Kisan Bachao Budget" : Prof. J.D. A …

Union Budget 2018-19 is guided by PM’s mission to strengthen agriculture, rural development, health, education, employment, MSME and infrastructure sectors feels Prof. J.D. Agarwal, Chairman & Professor of Finance, Indian Institute of Finance and a noted economist. According to Dr. Agarwal, allocations of Rs. 14.34 lakh crores for social welfare schemes is highly progressive, forward looking and a step in right direction to achieve “Garibi Hatao”. Targeting a growth rate of

“Mobile Mandi & Mandi on Wheels” for Efficient Agriculture Markets to facili …

Prof. Aman Agarwal, Director, Indian Institute of Finance, Greater Noida, proposed setting up Mobile Mandis & Mandis on Wheels for Efficient Agriculture Markets facilitating doubling farmers Income. In this respect he appreciated Finance Minister- Shri Arun Jaitley's initiatives in the Union Budget 2018-19 focusing on the aspiration of the Farmers (Kisan) ; the Youth and the Senior Citizens by providing for a Healthy and Happy Living through Growth oriented

India's Union Budget 2018-19 one of the best budgets in last few years : Prof. J …

Professor J.D. Agarwal, Chairman & Professor of finance, Indian Institute of Finance welcomed the budget and considered it to be one of the best budgets in the last few years. The budget is welfare oriented, pro-poor, pro-agriculture and rural people, promoting education, taking care of health of the people particularly of middle class and the poor. According to him, the budget has rightly focused on generating employment by making a provision

IIF Professor Honoured “25th Dewang Mehta Women in Education Leadership 2017" …

IIF Professor Dr. Yamini Agarwal {Dean (Research) & Professor of Finance} Indian Institute of Finance has been bestowed (honoured) with the “25th Dewang Mehta Women in Education Leadership Award” at Taj Ambassador Vivanta, Delhi (India) on December 22nd, 2017 at 13:00 hrs (1:00 PM) for her Teaching, Research and Contributions to Academics exhibiting exceptional leadership qualities in the field of Finance. This award has been instituted by Dewang Mehta Memorial

Creation of a Green Fund (Environment Fund) mooted : Dr. J.D. Agarwal

Prof. J.D. Agarwal, Professor of Finance and Chairman, Indian Institute of Finance, while delivering a key note speech at WASME (World Association of Small and Medium Enterprises) & 21st International Conference on Small and Medium Enterprises (ICSME) today, mooted creation of a Green Fund (Environment Fund) by Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs). The fund is to be created jointly by SME and the government as a proportion of Equity

India climbs six positions and is ranked 60th in Global Innovation Index this ye …

Addressing a large audience, while delivering Key Note Address on “Innovations in Management and Social Sciences”, Prof. (Dr.) J.D. Agarwal, Sr. Professor and Founder Chairman, Indian Institute of Finance and Editor-in-Chief, Finance India at Amity University, Gwalior said India improved 6 ranks this year and ranked 60th overall in the Global Innovation Index this year and is also among the top 50 economies in Market sophistication (39th) and Knowledge

“Digital Revolution and demonetization daring steps in the best interest of In …

While delivering a Keynote Address on “Financial Inclusion, banking and Digital Dividends” at Digital Wallet Summit, 2017 being organized at Bengaluru, India on 16th June, 2017, Prof. J.D. Agarwal, Chairman and Professor of Finance, Indian Institute of Financesaid the world economy is moving towards new economic order. He advocated the need for social security facilities; employment growth and a social equilibrium in the society. While addressing a large audience,

Indian Institute of Finance (IIF) signs MOU with RUSSIA’s State University for …

Indian Institute of Finance (IIF)-Delhi NCR-Greater Noida has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Saint-Petersburg State University for Aerospace Instrumentation (SUAI), Saint Petersburg, RUSSIA to further the cause of research and education in the field of Finance, Science, Technology and Management on 25th May 2017 at 10:00 hrs [10 AM Russia Time] at the SUAI (Main Campus) in Saint Petersburg, RUSSIA. The agreement was signed between Prof. Dr. Yulia A.

“Efficient labour markets needed to reduce poverty & to reduce unemployment” …

There is an urgent need for efficient labour markets, for generating employment, poverty alleviation and wealth creation in different economies of the world, as generating employment and alleviation of poverty are among the most important priorities of any government in the world, said IIF Professor Aman Agarwal, while delivering the Plenary Keynote Speech as a Guest of Honour at State University of Aerospace Instrumentations, (SUAI), St. Petersburg, Russia. in the

Weak Currency is against the Interest of the Nation and its People: Professor J. …

Weak Currency is against the interest of the nation and its people says Dr J.D.Agarwal, Chairman, Indian Institute of Finance. According to him, if the currency is kept artificially low to give boost to exports through excessive intervention by the Reserve Bank of India, it results in cascading effects on the economy. Just to support one sector i.e. exports, one cannot ruin the whole economy.. In countries like India, where

National Labour Exchange for Efficient Labour Market, Full Employment and maximi …

In the light of latest IMF statement asking India to go for labour market reforms, in the spring meeting of IMF/world Bank, it is stated that a recent research study by a team of economists at Indian Institute of Finance has suggested setting up of a National Labour Exchange to achieve an Efficient Labour Market, full employment and maximising wealth. The research paper entitled Theory of Employment, Wealth

Profitability of Indian Retail Firms affected by Working Capital Management : A …

A study titled “Effect of Working Capital Management on Firm’s Profitability : Evidence from Selected Indian Retail Firms” co-authored by Mr. Muralidhara and Prof. M. R. Shollapur from Siddaganga Institute of Technology, Tumkur, published in the latest issue of one of the leading international journal – Finance India published by Indian Institute of Finance show a significant relation between working capital management and profitability of the selected Indian retail firms. Retailing

Global Ranking of Indian Institute of Finance (IIF)

India’s Delhi based Indian Institute of Finance (IIF)(www.iif.edu) has been ranked108th place among B-Schools in the Global Ranking of B-Schools in Asia Region out of 2638+ Universities / Institutions. Also Indian Institute of Finance (IIF) is amongst top 45% in the World from among 22,068+ World Universities / Institutions of higher education. Some of the Ivy League B-Schools in the Asia Region ranking include : Singapore Inst. of Mgt (1st);

Innovation necessitate Transformation in Financial Markets despite Disruptions : …

While delivering key note address on “Innovation, Disruption and Transformation in Financial Markets”, Prof. (Dr.) J.D. Agarwal, Sr. Professor and Founder Chairman, Indian Institute of Finance (www.iif.edu) and Editor-in-Chief, Finance India said that Innovations needed in Transformation of Financial Markets to achieve desired results in todays technology driven complex world, despite disruptions. He said, Innovations cause disruptions & result in transformation of Financial Markets. In turn disruptions necessitate Innovations &

Transformation necessitate Innovation in Financial Markets despite disruptions u …

While delivering key note address on “Innovation, Disruption and Transformation in Financial Markets”, Prof. (Dr.) J.D. Agarwal, Sr. Professor and Founder Chairman, Indian Institute of Finance (www.iif.edu) and Editor-in-Chief, Finance India said that Innovations needed in Transformation of Financial Markets to achieve desired results in todays technology driven complex world, despite disruptions. He said, Innovations cause disruptions & result in transformation of Financial Markets. In turn disruptions necessitate Innovations &

Financial Literacy is a prerequisite for Financial Inclusion & Sustainable Growt …

According to a latest study entitled Measurement of Financial Literacy for Financial Inclusion among Urban Slum Residents authored by Ms. J. Thiravia Mary Gloria and Prof. P. Santhi from Avinashilingam Institute for Home Science and Higher Education for Women, Coimbatore published in the recently released issue of Finance India – Quarterly Journal of Finance published by Indian Institute of Finance, Financial literacy is a prerequisite for financial inclusion. The

India would be 5th largest Economy in the World by 2025 : Dr. Caj. L. Soderlund

Dr. Caj. L. Soderlund addressing a seminar on "Socio-Economic Development in Finland post EU and the Euro" at Indian Institute of Finance, Delhi NCR today said that India would be 5th Largest Economy in the World by 2025 highlighting the demographic component being one of the youngest country in the world; large consumer market; high level of growth and vast investment opportunities. He also highlighted the major indicators

FINANCE INDIA placed at 125th SJIF Journal Rank out of 20,000+ Journals Indexed …

FINANCE INDIA (ISSN : 0970 - 3772), The Quarterly Journal of Finance, published since 1987 by Indian Institute of Finance, regularly is a Two Tier Triple Blind Peer Review Journal. Its has an exalted Editorial Board of over 70 Experts from all over World including 6 Nobel Laureates headed by Prof. Dr. JD Agarwal. It is indexed and abstracted by more than 23 agencies worldwide. Finance India is placed at

Revolutionary innovation policies required for Sustainable Growth urged Prof. Dr …

Prof. J.D. Agarwal, Chairman and Professor of Finance, Indian Institute of Finance delivering an inaugurating address as chief guest in the 20th International Conference on Sustainable Growth, Innovation and Revolution in the new Millennium at Hotel Clarks Amer, Jaipur, said that globalization, financial crisis, economic crisis and climate change together with natural and man-made disasters and terrorism are the biggest challenges for sustainable growth today. He stressed the need

Cross Hedging of Various Asset Classes is more effective than Direct Hedges : Re …

According to a research study titled “Cross Hedging of Various Asset Classes : Review and Analysis” by Prof. Namita Sahay, Amity University, Noida, published in the recently released, Vol. XXX No. 4, December 2016 issue of Finance India-Quarterly journal of Finance published by Indian Institute of Finance, Cross hedges have been found to be more effective than direct hedges. The effectiveness of hedging is judged by finding optimal hedge ratio

Demerger Enhancing Shareholder’s Wealth is Myth : Research Study

According to a recent study published in Finance India-Quarterly journal of Finance published by Indian Institute of Finance, titled “Unlocking Shareholder's Wealth through Demerger : Myth or Reality” by Prof. Shivani Abrol, Zakir Hussain College, University of Delhi, the analysis of pre-and post-demerger shareholders’ wealth reveals that demerger enhancing shareholders wealth is a myth. A study of sample firms finds that only some companies have been able to achieve

Human Asset Valuation : Information affect Stock Investment Decisions : Study

According to a research study by Prof. Ajay Kr. Singh, Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University and Prof. Nisha Gupta, DSPSR, “The inclusion of Human Asset Valuation Information might benefit the investors and it would be of immense use if information relating to Human Asset is presented so that the investors can evaluate properly assets and income.” The research study titled “The Impact of Human Asset Valuation Information on Stock

Growth and Consupmtion CSO Estimates correct in Post Demonetization : J.D. Agarw …

IIF; 5th March, 2017: “Doubts for growth and consumption figures in some of the quarters are unfounded” said Prof. J.D. Agarwal, Professor of Finance and Chairman, Indian Institute of Finance. According to him, doubts with respect to growth rate 7% and consumption level over to 10% during the quarter October – December 2016 are erroneous and unfounded because of boost in the activity, post demonetization. Doubts have been expressed in some