WTC Jaipur Organizes “Exporting made easy by Digitisation and Education”
Organizing first in the series of “Beginner’s Guide to Exports” WTC Jaipur collaborated with Jt. DGFT Office Jaipur and IIS University, Jaipur. The session “Exporting made easy by Digitisation and Education” was well attended by over 150 enthusiastic participants at International School for Informatics and Management.
Welcoming all the participants, coordinator, Dr. Seema Singh Rathore, International College for Girls, appreciated WTC’s initiative and complimented the efforts of Jt. DGFT office by accepting the invite.
Speaking at the session Mr. Satish Raina, State Co-coordinator , Joint- DGFT Office said “ Digitization has made cross border trade seamless.” He said “higher rewards have been granted to exporters for agricultural and village industry products, value added and packaged products, eco-friendly and green products, labor intensive products with large employment, Hi-tech products with high export earning potential.”
He further quoted “ Digitisation in DGFT has been augmented since one decade, and has been playing and instrumental role in heading towards paper less regime. The efforts started from making procedure of submission ‘online’ in the first instance and with due acclimatization of the trade, was upgraded to “digital mode” to be operated through digital signatures.” This he said “has led to increased focus on maintaining quality and develop process standardization.”
Navneet Agarwal, Assistant Director, World Trade Center Jaipur shared “ Educational Wing of the MVIRDS- World Trace Institute imparts World Class Education in the areas of Foreign Trade, Foreign Exchange, Risk Management and Electricity Regulation amongst others. WTI which has carved a niche for itself in the field of Management education, is certified as the “Best Practice Institute” by WTCA, New York. Courses offered by WTI are well recognized amongst the industry and entrepreneurs in India as well as abroad training over 10,000 students / professionals till date.”
He further said “the research conducted at WTC Mumbai is aimed at improving India’s competitiveness in International Market. Diverse topics as Multimodal Transport, Labour Laws in SEZ’s, WTO Agreements on textile & Clothing, Agro- Based industries, The European Union Market amongst others have been reviewed favorably by business houses, economist and policy makers, in India and abroad.”
Vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Seema Singh, IIS University.