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Back to the Basics – Fundamentals to the fore
The stock market is always in a state of flux – never static, a place where every moment provides opportunities. To seize such opportunities, to cut the losers and make the winners run, is what makes a successful investor and the two-day seminar that was organised by the Bhawanipur Education Society College (BESC) to acquaint the students about the fundamentals was a case in point. The session on day one was conducted by Prof Dilip Shah, the Dean of Student Affairs.
The discussion centred around a “Cheat-sheet for Investing your money” and Prof Shah, took the participants into the trading floor where the “efficient market” shift the grains from the chaff in real-time, where good performance is rewarded while the bad fall by the wayside, where the prudent investor, armed with the analysis of publicly available information succeed against seemingly impossible odds to emerge victorious.
The second day of the workshop had Pankaj Gupta and alumni of IIM (Lucknow), currently an investor and mentor of Kredent Academy (Kolkata) don his garb as a Fund Manager to take the students into the ring. It was a kind of a nostalgic trip for him as he had spent more than a decade of his career as a Fund Manager in one of the country’s premier Mutual Funds.
He primarily restricted his discourse on the study of the Schedule III Balance Sheets detailing how the pulse of the company and its financial health can be gauged from the apparently innocuous figures that are published mandatorily. Networths, Discounted Cash flows, ROE and COE – and related concepts were explained threadbare and the students were provided with a rare insight into the working of a fund managers mind. Triggers that lead to buy, sell or hold decisions were also explained in great detail.
Four groups were created from among the participants who were each given a Company to study and analyse. The analysis of the students will be taken up at a follow up session where the reports will not only be studied leading all the way to the investment decisions, but the justifications explained to further aid the understanding of the fundamentals that drive the markets and how best their study can be utilised to create wealth from the movements.
(This report has been filed by Devansh Dalmia and Yash Gupta of the Expressions collective of the BESC).
One Day National Seminar in collaboration with ICAI
A One Day National Seminar on “Developments in Commerce, Management and Economics in the present Milieu of VUCA” was held in the Jubilee Hall of the college on 27th May 2019. The seminar was organised by the Department of Commerce of the college in collaboration with EIRC, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. The …
The Bhawanipur Education Society College celebrated Saraswati Puja on the 5th of February from 9AM onwards. Goddess Saraswati is the deity of knowledge, learning, arts, music and language. This day is very important in the life of all those who are associated with these verticals. The celebration was a string of apt and pleasant events …
Developing Storytelling in Different Genres
On 19th April 2023, Vox Populi, a collective of the college conducted a story-telling session at the Library of The Bhawanipur Education Society College from 11:00 a.m. The idea behind the session was to develop the art of storytelling amongst the students while indulging in interactive games. The session began with the Dean of Student …
“He who has health has hope, and he who has hope has everything.” – Thomas Carlyle Health practices create a preventive barrier thus promoting and establishing a sound health check-up status of a child’s psychological characteristics such as optimism, self-control, and confidence, and can also have a positive effect on both physical and mental health …