The Annual Economics Academic meet ‘Econvista’ has evolved! It’s bigger, better and it’s going national with almost 200 participants this year! 

This two-day extravaganza promises to be a one-of-a-kind as budding economists assemble together for the largest meet one has ever witnessed. This event will enable the students to break away from their routine learning in order to expand their knowledge and skills. The National symposium with the theme: Economic Reforms and the Millennium Development Goalspromises to challenge some of the brightest minds of Delhi University, making it an enriching experience.

Econvista will hold 7 flagship events along with 3 interactive

The flagship events include:

Dr. Saroj Gupta Memorial Paper Presentation - Analyze the global effectiveness of global policy making with respect to the UN’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGS).  
Stock up-experience the adrenaline rush which comes with the uncertainty of a stock market.

The Policy Dilemma(Case study event) – come up with the best solutions in order to
avoid a policy dilemma! 

The Economist– Be the one to inspire as India’s next big ECONOMIST.

Eco-matters(The Economics Debate) – a peaceful discussion questioning the importance of Economics in real life scenarios.

Eco-Know-me(Quiz) – battle it out in the fight for the coveted title as the ones who know it all about Economics.

Economedia– Reinvent, Revive and Redefine Economics through the adroitness of journalism!

Eco-Nima(Documentary Making) – broaden your knowledge in the field of Economics and unleash your creativity through the medium of movie making.

The Interactive Events include Thinkanomics(just-a-minute), Economystery (treasure hunt) and The Animated Economy.

The symposium begins with some great guest lectures by imminent personalities in their field of work such as:

Dr. Isher Judge Ahluwalia: Dr Ahluwalia is a Member of the Eminent Persons Group of India-ASEAN, Vice Chairperson, Global Development Network, New Delhi and Member, Board of Trustees of the International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka. She won the Padma Bhushan in 2009 for Literature and Education by the government of India.

Harsh Mander: Harsh Mander is an Indian social activist and writer. He came into prominence
after 2002 Gujarat riots and heads "Aman Biradari" which work for communal harmony. 

Dr. Mihir Shah:Mihir Shah is a renowned Indian Economist, policy maker and social worker. He is currently the member of the Planning Commission of India and is the youngest ever member and the first ever from the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.


One of the organisers from the Economics Department of LSR appealed, “We are welcoming contingent participation from colleges across Delhi university as well as outstation colleges. Please contact your college economics and finance cell as invites have been sent to them!”

For more information, log on to: www.econvista.weebly.com

Mail your queries to: econvista2013@gmail.com

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