A workshop cum awareness program on implementation of GST was organized by Govt. College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector-50, Chandigarh under Capacity building initiative of RUSA on 22nd and 23rd Oct., 2018. A special presentation on the implementation of GST was delivered depicting its implications and future taxations. The workshop was attended by the students and faculty members of the college. This workshop aimed at ensuring that each participant should go with enriched knowledge of this new tax legislation. Trainers of the workshop CA Alok Krishan- senior partner S Tandon and Associates Chartered Accountants and CA Mastan Singh- Chairman ICAI(Chandigarh branch) and Managing Partner at M S Chambyal & Associates gave detailed insights into GST framework and its implementation in India. Various aspects related to GST compliance like Registration, Input tax Credit and return filing were discussed in detail. The workshop ended with the question answer session where students were able to discuss their queries with the trainers.
Government College of Commerce and Business Administration Sector 50 Chandigarh organized the 4th Leadership Training Camp for two days ie on 8th and 9th October 2018. The camp was being organized for the fourth time in association with Forum of Free Enterprise a Charitable Trust established by Late Sh. A.D. Shroff in Mumbai in 1956.The objective of the Trust was to educate the public on economic affairs. In order to achieve the same, the forum organizes training camps in various colleges and schools all over India. The camp as always was very successful with the students from tri-city as it has engaged them into some practical exercises/workshops for Two consecutive days to understand Leadership, Management and Team work. The basic purpose of the programme was to engage students by the team of experts from Mumbai Shri Vivek Patki and Shri Sachin Kamath who took highly interactive sessions based on practical workshops on the themes like Goal Setting, Self-Esteem, Time Management, Self-Management , Communication Skills and team work to highlight a few.
The camp concluded with the valedictory session where students shared their feedback and felt rejuvenated and enlightened after attending the camp as the two days consistent activities helped them to come of out of their comfort zone and realize their potential. The host college organized this camp free of cost for students of tri-city colleges and students were provided with the certificates and lunch.
Principal Dr Manjit Kaur in her address congratulated the students for their effective participation and presented the memento to the worthy guests from Mumbai as a Token of gratitude for their contribution through this camp.