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DHSKCC Holds International Lecture With Noted Scholar From Bangladesh

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DIBRUGARH, April 26: The department of ‘Human Resource Management’ (HRM) and the ‘Post Graduate Department of Commerce’ of DHSK Commerce College jointly organised an international online lecture, which was delivered by noted international scholar from Bangladesh, Prof. Zahir Uddin Arif. Prof. Arif, former chairman of department of Marketing as well as faculty member of Business Studies at Jagannath University, Dhaka, Bangladesh delivered the lecture, first of its kind organised here in the institution. The lecture entitled ‘Business, Human Resource and Strategy: Analysis of Linkages’ was attended by a mixed audience from India and abroad. During his deliberation, the renowned scholar in the field of Business Administration as well as Human Resource Management presented the complex interlink between business strategies and the human elements in a highly volatile global economic, industrial and contemporary socio-political perspective.

It would be worth- mentioning that the winner of the ‘Bangladesh Education Leadership award’ as the best professor in marketing management, ‘Business Excellence Award’– both in 2017 as well as the ‘Most Outstanding Professor Award’ in 2020; Prof. Arif is a scholar of international repute.

Welcoming the audience, Dr Khanindra Misra Bhagawati, principal of the institution, who is also the chairperson of the ‘Post Graduate Department of Commerce’ of the college, underlined the need and significance of such cross-border academic exchanges. Earlier, Dr. Bhupesh Bhagawati, coordinator of the ‘Post Graduate Department of Commerce’ and HoD, ‘Department of Human Resource Management’ deciphered the objectives behind holding the lecture and the future courses that can be executed through mutual international academic collaboration.

Dr. Tulika Mattak, assistant professor, moderated the interactive session. At the end, Pankaj Sahu, assistant professor offered the vote of thanks.

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