Programs

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Theory of Operators and FramesNational - Seminar
Program Date : 09-11-2017
Venue : Seminar Hall
Organized By : Baby John Memorial Government College, Chavara, Sankaramangalam, Chavara P. O., Kollam, Pin:691583

Program Description
Fourier analysis is a major tool in classical analysis for over centuries. It finds its own applications in many branches of science where ever a signal is viewed as a mathematical function. The classical Fourier transform solely provides frequency information, and hides information concerning the moment of emission and duration of a signal. However, Frames have established themselves as a standard notion in simultaneous time-frequency analysis to derive redundant, yet stable decompositions of signals. New theoretical developments and novel applications are continually arising due to the fact that the underlying principles of frame theory are basic ideas which are fundamental to a wide canon of areas of research. This Seminar aims to form a strong foundation on mathematical theory of frames and operators to promote hand in hand research in these areas. It includes sessions on the Geometry of Hilbert Space, Bases in Hilbert Spaces, Operators on Hilbert Spaces, Hilbert frames and frame operators, Pseudo-Differential Operators, Gabor and Wavelet frames.

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National Seminar on Algebra & AnalysisNational - Seminar
Program Date : 14-12-2017
Venue : Ramanujan Hall, Department of Mathematics
Organized By : University College, M G Road, Palayam, Thiruvananthapuram, Pin:695034

Program Description
National Seminar on Algebra & Analysis, organized by Department of Mathematics, on 14-15 December 2017

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NATION AND RESISTANCE IN COLONIAL KERALANational - Seminar
Program Date : 26-10-2016
Venue : SEMINAR HALL
Organized By : Government College, Attappady, Agali, Palakkad Pin:678581

Program Description
Two Day National Seminar on Freedom struggle.

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One- Day National Seminar on “Convergence of Theory and Practice in Public Administration: Issues and Prospects”National - Seminar
Program Date : 09-12-2016
Venue : SEMINAR HALL
Organized By : Government College, Attappady, Agali, Palakkad Pin:678581

Program Description
On august days, 8th and 9th December 2016, DCE sponsored national seminar on \'Convergence of Theory and Practice in Public Administration: Issues and Prospects\' was held at RGM Govt college, Agali, Attappady under the auspices of the Dept of Public Administration. The programme began with the welcome address of Dr. Sujathan PK, seminar co-ordinator. Presidential address of the seminar was delivered by Dr. V. Vanaraj, the Principal of the College. Mr. Majeed Kollath, Assistant Public Prosecutor, Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate Court, Thrissur. Felicitations were given by HODs\' of various departments. The 1st technical session on \'Role of E-governance in Development Administration: Myth and Reality\' was chaired by the talk of Dr. P.Sakthivel, Associate Professor in Political Science and Public Administration, Annamali University, Tamil Nadu and the topic was delivered by Dr. R. Sivakumar. In the second technical session, Dr..C. Nalinkumar presented the paper titled \'Efficiency in regulations and the Indian context for Ease of Doing Business Measures\' and the session was chaired by Sunil M.K, HOD, Dept of Public Administration, RGM College, Attappady. The third technical session was handled by Mohd Ansal Babu.N.K, Research Officer, District Planning Office, Civil Station Malappuram on the topic \' KLGSDP:- A powerful weapon towards better public administration among local bodies in Krala\' and the Chair was Azad.P, Asst Professor on FDP, Dept of Economics, University of Kerala. The last technical session on the first day was the 4th session by Muhammed Rasheed P, Asst Professor and Head, Farooq College, Calicut on \'Currency Administration in India as a tool of controlling shadow economy\' chaired by Dr.Jayamohan MK, Asst Professor, PPRI, Thiruvananthapuram. Friday, 9th December 2016 was the last leg of the seminar. The first technical session began at 9.00 am by Dr. Sreekumar SL, HOD, Dept of Political science, Panampilly memorial govt college, Chalakudki. The session was chaired by Mohd Ansal Babu.N.K, Research Officer, District Planning Office, Civil Station Malappuram. The second technical session was on \'Public policy and Parliament in a neo-liberal democratic state-A critique\' by Dr.P. Anilkumar, Asst Professor in Political science, University college, Thiruvananthapuram. The third technical session was chaired by Prasad.MG, Asst Professor, Govt Victoria college, Palakkad and the Resource Person was Azad .P, Asst Professor on FDP, Dept of Economics, University of Kerala. After lunch break, the fourth technical session was started with Nagaraj.S, Asst Professor in Economics, Govt college, Chittur as Chair and the Paper was presented by Dr.Sujathan PK, RGM college, Attappady. The Vth technical session was the last session on the concluding day. The session was thrown open for the paper presentation for the delegates and other participants and it was chaired by Sreejith.K, Asst Professor, Dept of Sociology, Govt College, Thavanoor. The valedictory session began at 4.30 PM and the seminar thus concluded at 5.00PM . The Chairman of the college, Amal Dev thanked all the delegates and participants for having made the two day seminar a stupendous success.

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One- Day National Seminar on \"Redefining State, Society and Governance in India\"National - Seminar
Program Date : 10-03-2015
Venue : SEMINAR HALL
Organized By : Government College, Attappady, Agali, Palakkad Pin:678581

Program Description
Seminar was inaugurated by Capt. Benny Thomas, Associate Professor and Head, St. Johns College, Anchal, Kollam at 10.00 AM. He delivered his keynote address on ‘Good Governance’. The inaugural session was presided by Smt. Sobha S. Principal, RGM Govt. College. After inauguration technical sessions were handled by resource persons. Dr. Sabu Thomas, Assistant Professor from Govt. College, Madappally has delivered a detailed talk on \"Governance, Co-Governance and E-Governance: Some Musings on Good Governance Paradigm\". Lunch break was given at 1.00 PM. The post lunch session started at 1.30 PM and the session was handled by Dr. Zacaria T.V., Associate Professor, EMEA College, Kondotty on “Blue Green Conflicts in Kerala: A Comparison between Silent Valley and Plachimada Movements”. It was followed by paper presentation by delegates. Besides having limitations of a rare discipline, the seminar was a successful and it was evident form the positive feedback given by the participants.

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National Seminar on \"GST AND INDIAN ECONOMY\" of Commerce DepartmentNational - Seminar
Program Date : 22-11-2017
Venue : Govt.Arts & Science College,Thrithala
Organized By : Government Arts and Science College, Thrithala, Palakkad Pin:679534

Program Description
National Seminar on \"GST AND INDIAN ECONOMY\" of Commerce Department

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National Seminar on \"GST AND INDIAN ECONOMY\" of Commerce DepartmentNational - Seminar
Program Date : 11-12-2017
Venue : Govt.Arts & Science College,Thrithala
Organized By : Government Arts and Science College, Thrithala, Palakkad Pin:679534

Program Description
National Seminar on \"GST AND INDIAN ECONOMY\" of Commerce Department

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TWO DAY NATIONAL SEMINAR RE ENGINEERING GATEWAYS FOR A NEW MARKETING ERANational - Seminar
Program Date : 10-12-2015
Venue : SEMINAR HALL
Organized By : Government College, Attappady, Agali, Palakkad Pin:678581

Program Description
The marketing concept is the philosophy that companies should focus on and strive to satisfy customer needs while also making profits. More specifically, it involves identifying target customers, understanding the needs and wants of customers, and developing products or services according to those needs--thereby satisfying the needs better than competitors. The marketing planning process involves forging a plan for a firm\'s marketing activities. A marketing plan can also pertain to a specific product, as well as to an organization\'s overall marketing strategy. Generally speaking, an organization\'s marketing planning process is derived from its overall business strategy. A marketing strategy differs from a marketing tactic in that a strategy looks at the longer term view of the products, goods, or services being marketed. A tactic refers to a shorter term view.. Recent approaches in marketing include relationship marketing which focuses on the consumer, business marketing or industrial marketing which focuses on an organisation or institution and social marketing with focus on benefits to society. Newer forms of marketing also use the internet and are therefore called internet marketing or more generally e-marketing, online marketing, \'digital marketing\', search engine marketing, or \'desktop advertising. This two days national seminar focused on Recent trends and Advances in Modern Marketing.

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ONE DAY NATIONAL SEMINR,A NEW BANKING LANDSCAPE: CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVESNational - Seminar
Program Date : 19-03-2015
Venue : SEMINAR HALL
Organized By : Government College, Attappady, Agali, Palakkad Pin:678581

Program Description
Indian economic environment is witnessing path breaking reform measures. The financial sector, of which the banking industry is the largest player, has also been undergoing a metamorphic change. Today the banking industry is stronger and capable of withstanding the pressures of competition. This one day national seminar on “A NEW BANKING LANDCAPE:CHALLENGES AND PERSPECTIVES“ aims to givea perspective on the banking innovations and how it might impact the Indian banks. Today, we are having a fairly well developed banking system with different classes of banks public sector banks, foreign banks, private sector banks – both old and new generation, regional rural banks and co-operative banks with the Reserve Bank of India as the fountain Head of the system. In the banking field, there has been an unprecedented growth and diversification of banking industry has been so stupendous that it has no parallel in the annals of banking anywhere in the world. Indian banking system will further grow in size and complexity while acting as an important agent of economic growth and intermingling different segments of the financial sector.

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TWO DAY NATIONL SEMINAR ON \"EMERGING TRENDS IN INDIAN FINANCIAL SERVICES\"National - Seminar
Program Date : 02-11-2016
Venue : SEMINAR HALL
Organized By : Government College, Attappady, Agali, Palakkad Pin:678581

Program Description
India has a diversified financial sector undergoing rapid expansion, both in terms of strong growth of existing financial services firms and new entities entering the market. The sector comprises commercial banks, insurance companies, non-banking financial companies, co-operatives, pension funds, mutual funds and other smaller financial entities. Financial services are those services which help people in management of their finance related problems in a well-organized manner and therefore eliminating the worry of people regarding their money .The Government of India has introduced several reforms to liberalize, regulate and enhance this industry. The Government and Reserve Bank of India (RBI) have taken various measures to facilitate for easy access. Technology in financial services industry is getting dramatically transformed, and there are several drivers for that change to happen. Also, the way consumers have started to use the technology for financial service usage is also a major catalyst of change. . This two day national seminar focus on emerging trends and Advances in Indian financial services.

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