Trinity Institute of Professional Studies (TIPS), Sector 9, Dwarka, New Delhi, a reputed and prestigious institute, affiliated to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi, organised the Seventh National Conference on “Demonetisation to e-Monetisation : The Road Ahead and Contribution of IT, Media & Management” on 25th March, 2017 in the auditorium of Daisy Dales International School, A-Block, Vikaspuri, New Delhi.

The Chief Guest of the Conference was Professor Yogesh Singh, Vice-Chancellor, Delhi Technological University. Dr. Nitin Malik was the Guest of Honour of the Conference. The Conference was inaugurated with the ‘Lighting of the Lamp’ and ‘Welcome Address’ given by Dr. R.K Tandon, Chairman, TIPS, Dwarka in the graceful presence of Mrs. Reema Tandon, Vice Chairperson, TIPS, Dwarka, Professor (Dr.) Vikas Rao Vadi, Director, TIPS, and other eminent dignitaries.

The objective of the Conference was to provide a common platform for exchanging views and knowledge amongst an array of nationally renowned academicians, professionals, industry experts and other practitioners on the aspect of announcement and implementation of demonetisation in India, its success and the future course of action to be initiated by Government and private stakeholders.

The conference was divided into four sessions: Inaugural Session, Technical Session – I, Technical Session – II, and Valedictory Session. In the Inaugural Session, Dr. R.K Tandon shared his views on the demonetisation initiative announced by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 8, 2016. He also spoke about the impact of the exercise and the contribution of IT (Information Technology), Media and Management for its effective implementation and the road map towards the e-Monetisation.

After the welcome address of the Chairman, Professor (Dr.) Vikas Rao Vadi read the message of C. Arvind, Registrar, GGSIPU, which laid down the ground for the conference saying that the outcome of conference will bring out the roadmap for the implementation of cashless economy campaign.

Professor Yogesh Singh highlighted that the issue of demonetisation is not new to India but had been a successful initiative against the people who indulge in black money accumulation, corruption and terrorist funding. He also emphasized on national character building and growth of economy with Indian ethos and values.

This was followed by Technical Session – I. There were seven Paper presentations the following session. The paper presentations were followed by deliberations and concluding remarks by the esteemed Chairperson of the session. The concluding remarks were offered by the Chairperson, Dr. Subodh Kesarwani, Associate Professor, IGNOU, New Delhi. He shared his views on recent demonetisation programme and its impact. He highlighted about the digital literacy and benefits of digitally empowered cashless society.