National Conference Demonetisation Effects on Indian Financial System, February 2017, Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College (Autonomous), Pollachi, Tamilnadu, India

College/University/Organization Name: Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College (Autonomous)
Organizing Department: Commerce
Event Date: 02/15/2017 -- 02/15/2017    (MM/DD/YYYY)
Last Date: 02/15/2017    (MM/DD/YYYY)
Address: Pollachi, Tamilnadu, India

Registration Fee:

* Service and Industry Experts = Rs.1000 /-
* Faculty members and Research Scholars = Rs.250 /-
* Students = Rs. 200 /-
* In Absentia = Rs.400/-
* Publication in ISBN = Rs.600/-

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Demonetisation means the Government of the country declaring the Currency / Currencies of certain demonization not valid from a specified time and data fixed. Such currencies demonetized ceases to be the legal tenders from the specified date. This is a remedial monetary measure jointly decided by the Central Bank of a Country and the Government. The very purpose is to flush out the black and fake money from out of circulation when they are found to be too large in quantity and detrimental to national economy. In India black money and fake money runs parallel to the regular legal tenders in circulation, Out of total amount of money in circulation ` 17,54,000 Crore in circulation, black and fake money are estimated to be ` 12,50,000 Crore which is mainly in the form of  ` 500 and ` 1,000 Currencies. The Government of India demonetized the above currencies from 8th November, 2016 hoping that all black and fake money would be scooped out, whereby corruption and inflation could be controlled and the economy would be given a new lease of life towards faster economic development and also the nation through digitalization can remove on to cashless economy. Simultaneously demonetisation has its own impact on the common citizen, business community, service sector, investment output and employment.

The proposed conference is to discuss at length the positive and negative impact of demonetisation on inflation, investment output and employment and terrorism also the success of this drastic step of demonetization in eradicating corruption / cleansing the economy.

Related areas:

* Impact of services provided by Public and Private sectors banks to the customer. 
* Impact on stock Market
* Transition issues for banking sector
* Impact on Macro Economic Indicators Impact on taxes
* Effect on various economic entities
* Effect on Online Transactions and alternative modes of payment
* Short-term and medium-term impacts of Economy
* Effects on Retail Sector

Who Can Participate?

* Academicians
* Research Scholars
* Students
* Experts

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Contact Details:
Dr.C.Boopathi., Ph.D
Organizing Secretary
National Conference - 2017
Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College
(Autonomous), Pollachi - 642 107
Coimbatore (Dt), Tamilnadu
Mobile: +91 9788116778, 9443267491

For any clarification about this event, please contact the above mentioned address.

National Conference-2017-Sree Saraswathi Thyagaraja College (Autonomous)-Pollachi-Tamilnadu-India

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