Monday, 24 November 2014


To begin with the 'Special Lecture Series' JIMS Kalkaji, New Delhi invited Mr. Anil Sinha – Regional Director – inclusive Business South Asia, World Bank on 17th October 2014. The topic of the lecture was "Promoting Inclusive Growth in SAARC Countries through Strategic Investments/Development". It was highlighted by Mr. Anil Sinha that the South Asia is the world's least integrated region in terms of Regional Trade. Inclusive growth is essential for the South Asian countries and World Bank is supporting these countries in this direction. Mr. Sinha shared the barriers of documentation, infrastructure, political issues etc. of regional trade among South Asian Countries. He made the audience aware of the Regional Trade Facilitation and Regional Investment Facilitation initiatives of the World Bank to improve the Regional Trade among these Countries.

He strongly emphasized on the inclusive growth of India and South Asia for the economic upliftment of the common man. At the end of the lecture, questions from the audience were answered by Mr. Sinha. This lecture was very interactive and informative. More lectures in the series are planned for the benefit of students.

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