Marathwada Mitra Mandal’s College of Commerce (MMCC), in collaboration with Indo Global Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture (IGCCIA) organised an International Multi Disciplinary conference recently.
The conference attracted many international participants both from Asian and European countries. His Excellency Ambassador Philippe Le Gall High Commissioner of Seychelles was the Chief Guest. In his inaugural address he applauded the efforts of the joint collaboration of both MMCC and IGCCIA for organising a conference with a multi disciplinary approach and attitude.
He said that the people of his country Seychelles as well as Indians have a common similarity of being comfortable with multidisciplinary approaches particularly of what is at stake in today’s world chord this may be partly explained why particularly India has been so successful in going global in many domain including of course IT, Trade, Sciences, Engineering, Finance and even in entertainment. His Excellency Ambassador Philippe Le Gall was happy to state even in a country like a Seychelles the people of Indian origin represents 10% of the total population of Seychelles.
He further said that, Seychelles and India are great friends and this is not only due to this historic connection: we have similar concerns and priorities when it comes to security and defence in the Indian Ocean, in particular the fight against piracy and terrorism, as well as illegal fishing and high sea waste dumping, human trafficking, weapons and drugs and all forms of transnational organized criminality.
Earlier, Prin. Dr. M. D. Lawrence welcomed the guests and outlined the objectives of the conference. Mr. Tanmay Rudra, Executive Secretary confederation of Indian Universities, New Delhi was also present for the inaugural session. Prin. Dr. Anwar Shaikh, Chairman of IGCCIA proposed the vote of thanks.
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