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Seminar On ‘Green’

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A seminar was organized by the team members of Motley Green of US on ‘GREEN’ for the undergraduate students. Arshad Khan, the Technical Director of Motley Green stared the session with the following lines “The future belongs to them who believe in their dreams.” 

Talking to the students he said that they are the future of the world and they can change its poor environmental condition, if they wish. It’s high time when we need to think to save our Mother Earth. Mr. Arshad while addressing the youths, stressed on the point that in foreign countries the initiative to save the environment has begun. Some research is being done to find the solution but in India the particular notion is missing and we really need to do something for our country and to the still larger part of humanity.

He urged the budding professionals to take individual steps like reducing the shower time, saving energy, etc. instead of talking of big deals.

Continuing on the topic Mr. Andrew, the Team Member, showed the photograph of river ‘Khan’ of Indore taken in the year 1882. It looked so serene but today its condition is pathetic. It has turned into dirty polluted river. He warned the young generation of the threats of polluted earth if we don’t understand the need of the hour.

Karris Nguyen, another Team Member said that we are the agents of change. We will make the world. The program was coordinated by Prof. Sadhana Mandloi, Prof. Nidhi Joshi and Prof. Radheshyam Acholiya. Vote of thanks was extended by Dr. Pawan Patni, Director MBA.


On March 5, 2013, a Seminar was taken by CA Dr. P K. Jain on How to Read Financial Statement/ Balance Sheet.

A balance sheet is a snapshot of a company's financial position at a particular point of time in contrast to an income statement, which measures income over a period of time. A balance sheet measures three kinds of variables: assets, liabilities and shareholder's equity. Assets are things like factories and machinery that the company uses to create value for its customers. Liabilities are what the company owes to outside parties, say to its vendors. And equity is the money initially invested by shareholders plus the retained earnings over the years. These three variables are linked by the relationship: Assets = Liabilities + Shareholder's equity. Both assets and liabilities are further classified based on their liquidity, that is, how easily they can be converted into cash.

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