In today’s fast-growing and competitive market environment it becomes necessary for you to expose your professional team to knowledge and skill inputs from time to time, if you want to maintain high-quality standards for your products or services. We have designed our Corporate Training programs to help you keep your employees up-to-date with the ever increasing information and knowledge database, the latest technology developments.

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We know just like you do that access to the right information and knowledge of the right skills can decisively change the quality of our work. Hence, we take particular care in listening to your requirements and make that extra effort to target our training courses to the needs of your organization’s business. Our trainers are all seasoned professionals and experts in their fields, so they understand the demands of the industry better than anybody else.

We can appreciate that when you take the effort  to train your team, you also expect quality returns. As we said our courses are always designed to be relevant and effective, so that professionals learn only what they can use for their work. Our goal is the same as yours—to enhance and improve the quality and productivity of your team’s work. Tax Connect Academy  has offered corporate trainings to certain big shot companies based on their requirement and conducted more than 350 works and training programme across the country in the last 2 years .

The courses offered by Tax Connect Academy aim at creating awareness among the stake  holders of the corporate world


Finance for Non-Finance:

 The program provides the managers with a comprehensive working knowledge of critical financial principles in an easy to follow manner that will help them make better decisions in their organization. The participants learn to interpret crucial financial data and take necessary decisions to improve their performance

Program Coverage:

  1. Finance Mix Decision and Leverage Advantage
  2. Ratio Analysis – Understanding Business Ratios
  3. Net Profit v/s Net Cash Flow Analysis
  4. Financial Statement Analysis and its Financial interpretation
  5. Cost Measurement; Break-even Analysis and its Managerial
  6. Implications – Looking from Non-Finance Managers’ angle
  7. Budgeting as a tool of financial planning and control – Understanding
  8. Cost information for decision making and Control
  9. Revenue and Capital Budgets
  10. Understanding Working Capital Management – Cash Management, Operating cycle and components of working capital
  11. Debtors’ Management
  12. Inventory Management – Just in Time Inventory
  13. Finance Function and its relation with other functional areas
  14. Understanding Basic Accounting as a basis for finance function

 Who should attend?

 This program is designed for middle level Managers/Executives of divisions/functions who are new to the concepts of finance or those who wish to update their knowledge on basic finance and accounts.

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Goods & Services Tax:

The program provides all the departments including Finance, Taxations, Logistics, Purchase, Sales & Marketing, IT, etc comprehensive working knowledge of critical GST principles in an easy to follow manner that will help them make better decisions in their organization.

Program Coverage:

  1. Basics of GST & Comparison of GST with Old Regime
  2. When to charge CGST+SGST (UTGST) and when IGST on the basis of Place Supplier and Place of Supply
  3. How to study a Supplier’s Bill for Correct GST Disclosures
  4. Studying the HSN & SAC
  5. Transitional Provisions & Transitional Rules
  6. Levy & Supply
  7. Time Of Supply
  8. Valuation under GST
  9. Job Work under GST
  10. Input Tax Credit Under GST
  11. Invoicing, Tax Invoice, Debit Credit Notes & Other Documents under GST
  12. Impact of Information Technology in GST Implementation
  13. Payment of Tax
  14. Returns & Refunds under GST
  15. Logistics and Business processes under GST
  16.  Impact of GST on Foreign Trade Policy
  17.  Exports & Imports Procedure including LUT/Bonds, etc

Who should attend?

These programs are designed for all the employees of Upper level Managers, middle level Managers, Executives of all the departments including Finance, Taxations, Logistics, Purchase, Sales & Marketing, IT, etc involved in the Business.

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Risk Management:

 The program covers a comprehensive understanding with a broad range of risk management concepts and techniques.

Program Coverage:

    1. An understanding of corporate risk governance
    2. Creating value with risk management
    3. Trade-off between risk and return
    4. Fundamental asset pricing models
    5. Enterprise risk management frameworks
    6. A review of major financial disasters
    7. Importance of ethics as a fundamental requirement for sound risk management
    8. Basic probability and statistics, regression and time series analysis, and various quantitative techniques useful in risk management such as Monte Carlo Method, Volatility forecasting models, etc
    9. Financial Markets and Products like Futures and forwards, Equity options, swaps, and other derivatives, currencies, corporate bonds and interest rates, etc
    10. Valuation and Risk Models like bond valuation, hedging, binomal trees, etc
    11. Risk-adjusted performance measurement
    12. identify problems and challenges that can arise in the risk management process
    13. Evaluate the relationship between a firm’s risk appetite and its business strategy, including the role of incentives
    14. How a company can determine whether to hedge specific risk factors, including the role of the board of directors and the process of mapping risks
    15. Impact of risk management instruments
    16. GARP Code of Conduct
    17. Modeling and Forecasting Trends
    18. Understanding volatility, variance rate, and implied volatility
    19. Foreign Exchange Risk
    20. Market Risk Measurement
    21. OIS Discounting, LIBOR-OIS spread, Credit Issues, and Funding Costs
    22. Credit Risk Management & Counterparty Credit Risk
    23. Liquidity and Leverage
    24. Basel Norms and Solvency
    25. Alpha (and the Low-Risk Anomaly)

Who should attend?

 These programs are designed for the employees of Upper level Management of all the departments including Finance, Taxations, Logistics, Purchase, Sales & Marketing, IT, etc involved in the Business.

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Insurance & Business Claims:

Insurance is the biggest coverage of risk in an organization. In the modern day business, Insurance covers a big part of the Corporate Budget. With greater focus, this sector can lead non-only to coverage of risk but also to tremendous savings in cost. The program covers a comprehensive understanding of Insurance and how to effectively deal with claims.

Program Coverage:

    1. Enterprise risk management
    2. Analysis of an insurance contract
    3. Root cause analysis
    4. Loss scenario analysis
    5. Principles of Life insurance
    6. Principles of Group & Health Insurance
    7. Principles of Liability insurance
    8. Principles of Property insurance
    9. Principles of Home insurance
    10. Principles of Automobile insurance Crime & other specialized insurance products
    11. Principles of Marine &Fire Insurance
    12. Principles of Director’s Insurance
    13. Loss of Profit Policies
    14. Underwriting & Claim Management
    15. Project & Operational Risk Management
    16. Financial & Treasury Risk Management
    17. Accounting for Insurance
    18. Statistics for Insurance
    19. Insurance Law and Regulation
    20.  How to prepare & apply for  claims

Who should attend?

These programs are designed for all the employees of Upper level Managers, middle level Managers, Executives of all departments including Finance, Taxation, Logistics, Purchase, Sales & Marketing, IT, etc involved in the Business.

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Foreign Trade:

This program intends to develop competence in disciplines and skills associated with business strategy. It aims to provide the guidance to think through international business strategies with a global perspective. In a nutshell, PGDIBS equips the present day managers with the necessary competence to formulate strategies in the global business scenario.

Program Coverage:

  1. Global Strategic Management & Global Leadership Strategy
  2. Cost & Pricing Strategies
  3. Impact of WTO on export import
  4. GATT
  5. Regional Trading (SAFTA/ NAFTA/ BRICS etc.)
  6. Foreign Trade policy in India
  7. Category of export
  8. ITC (HS) Analysis
  9. Export Pricing & Negotiation
  10. Export Documents (Practical Filling of Export Import Documents)
  11. Role of ECGC in case of Non  payments by Defaulter buyers
  12. Export Process & Import Process
  13. Application Of  FEMA in Export Import
  14. Export Scheme
  15. International financial markets
  16. International Trade Logistics
  17. International business and economics
  18. Foreign trade policy
  19. International Business Law

Who should attend?

The program is useful for middle to senior professionals who are in the key decision making roles. The program is most beneficial for companies expanding/planning to expand their operations into international markets.

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Soft Skills:

Employees & Professionals will be dealing with complex situations, issues, needs, goals, styles and cultures characterized by the ambiguity and complexities due to the ever changing socio-economic environment and human interactions at a global level. Soft skills are of paramount importance. Credibility as a facilitator depends to a large extent on how clearly and forcefully one is able to express his/her views. A report, presentation or even a telephonic talk is an emissary of one’s personality and if not done well, could cause considerable damage to one’s image.

This Soft Skills Course aims to impart training to translate such challenges in to rewarding opportunities.

Program Coverage:

  1. Winning Communication Skills & Strategy
  2. Developing PR in an Organization
  3. Human and Organizational Behavioral Approach
  4. Motivation – Self and others
  5. Time Management
  6. Planning and Prioritizing
  7. Effective Meetings In an Organization
  8. Business & Personal Etiquettes
  9. Business Presentations
  10. The Right Body Language
  11. Leadership Skills & Team Building
  12. Building Versatility and adaptability
  13. Interpersonal & Negotiation Skills
  14. Assertiveness Skills and perception management
  15. Conflict Management
  16. Understanding one’s Attitude
  17. Client Interfacing & Management
  18. International Business Environment

Who should attend?

This program is designed for lower & middle level Managers/Executives of divisions/functions including Finance, Taxation, Logistics, Purchase, Sales & Marketing, IT, etc involved in the Business.

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Pre Retirement Program:

 When one retires he/she hopefully has many years of active life ahead. It’s a huge opportunity. However the change from a work situation to one where there is no structure and nobody telling what to do, can be one of the biggest changes of one’s life. The purpose of this program is to encourage one to think seriously about all aspects of retirement or partial retirement.

Program Coverage:

  1. Consider the key issues in retirement
  2. Listing of opportunities to take in retirement and prioritizing the opportunities
  3. Look at the elements for constructing a realistic budget for retirement
  4. Wish for working in retirement and looking at some ideas for doing so
  5. Aspects of leisure-time in retirement: Travel and holidays; Continuing education; and Hobbies and Pastimes
  6. The retirement planning process and financial planning for retirement
  7. Retirement savings accounts and making the most of social security
  8. Importance of making new relationships and social contacts and improving existing ones
  9. Keeping physically and mentally fit
  10. Insights and Tips for Enjoying Retirement

 Who should attend?

There is no hard-and-fast rule on when an employee should take the course. Most participants in program are 1-5 years from their retirement date.

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Safety Management:

The program helps to develop a thorough understanding of workplace safety hazards, methods of accident prevention and emergency responses, loss control, emergency care, industrial safety and business skills involved with safety program administration

Program Coverage:

  1. Industrial health and hygiene
  2. Industrial safety standards
  3. Safety strategies and administration
  4. Accident investigation and prevention
  5. Safety hazards identification and management
  6. Safety evaluation
  7. Environmental and personal hazard control
  8. Fire safety
  9. Emergency care
  10. Risk assessment and management
  11. Loss control
  12. Machine safety
  13. Current industry safety standards
  14. Environmental health management

 Who should attend?

This program is designed for all lower & middle level Managers/Executives of all divisions/functions involved in the Business.

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Total quality management including Lean Six Sigma:

Total quality management (TQM) is a management approach to long-term success through customer satisfaction.

Lean Six Sigma focuses on identification, measurement and elimination of problems / issues with process within an organization and continuous quality improvements for achieving zero defects.

 This program combining TQM and Lean Six Sigma will train on how to improve quality using a combination of strategy, data, and effective communication and thereafter how to continuously improve quality for achieving zero defects with processes within an organization.

Program Coverage:

  1. Data management
  2. Ethics
  3. Quality management & Quality metrics
  4. Experiment design
  5. Probability
  6. Project management
  7. Quality control
  8. Reliability
  9. Cost analysis
  10. Project management
  11. Regulatory issues
  12. Risk management
  13. Statistical methods
  14. Balanced Scorecard
  15. CTQ Prioritization matrix
  16. High Level Process Map and SIPOC
  17. Measure Sigma Level
  18. Process Capability indices – Cp, Cpk
  19. VA/NVA Analysis
  20. Qualitative Screening using Affinity diagram, Fishbone
  21. Graphical plot—Pareto Plots, Histogram, Box Plot, Scatter Plots
  22. Hypothesis testing— F– test, T test, ANOVA, Bartlett test, Chi-square test, 2-proportion test
  23. 5S, Visual Standards, Poka Yoke, Benchmarking
  24. Statistical Process Control using Control Charts

 Who should attend?

This program is designed for all lower, middle and top level Managers/Executives/ Supervisors of all divisions/functions involved in the Business.

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Improvement of Productivity through Quality Enhancement:

The success of an enterprise depends upon the productivity of its productive work force. By productivity we do not mean effort but the productivity one can generate from that effort. It is possible to exert a lot of effort, to be really busy all day, and not produce any favorable results.

This program is designed to build a Productive force rather than a busy work force.

To train how to inculcate the following Ps –

Program Coverage:

  1. Profit – How to Make sure that your organization is profiting from effort of an employee
  2. Purposefulness – How to understand the purpose of the organization’s existence
  3. Planning – To plan how the organization will achieve its purpose
  4. Productive effort – It is the implementation of the plan
  5. Persistence – To learn the act of keeping on
  6. Prioritization – Putting things into the right order
  7. Protocols – Protocols are written documents that standardize procedures
  8. Preparation – making ready before the event
  9. Progressive thinking – is the act of always looking forwards
  10. Prevention of avoidable error – the elimination of self-induced failure
  11. Proper decision making methods – picking the best option from many options
  12. Problem /cause /solution analysis – is the act of tracing causes and coming up with solutions
  13. Problem /implication /countermeasure analysis – predicting and stopping painful consequences
  14. Personal initiative – action on one’s own volition
  15. Positive mental attitude – taking charge of your one’s mind and conversation
  16. Political awareness – the art of gaining the willing cooperation of others
  17. Philosophy of continuous improvement – is the act of never being completely satisfied with one’s current condition
  18. Procrastination – How to stop procrastination

 Who should attend?

This program is designed for Managers, supervisors and all those who are responsible for, or indirectly involved in, a cost or profit center or a quality improvement function.

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Quality Analytics:

Quality is a critical concept in every industry and profession such as manufacturing, government, construction, healthcare and services. As globalization continues and the world becomes smaller, making it possible for consumers to pick and choose from the best products worldwide, the survival of your job and of your company depends on your ability to produce a quality product or service.

Program Coverage:

  1. Measures & Dimensions of Quality
  2. Statistical Process Control Analytics
  3. Process Performance Analytics
  4. Inspection Analytics
  5. Quality System Standards, Audit and Certification
  6. Pedagogy
  7. A mix of lectures, class discussion, problem solving and cases

 Who should attend?

Executives in the public and private sector in manufacturing and service sectors

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Personal Growth And Team Building:

The primary purpose of this Programme is to provide participants with an opportunity to learn more about one’s own self as a person so as to become more competent in interpersonal relationships, and learn how our perceptions and feelings affect and are affected by other’s perceptions and feelings. This programme will also focus on the dynamics of team formation, team norms and team development.

Program Coverage:

    1. To help increase individual’s awareness of his/her own perceptions, feelings, reactions, expressions and its impact on others
    2. To gain insight into the meaning and consequences of our own behaviours and actions on other’s behaviours and actions.
    3. To understand and experience the dynamics and processes of team behaviour
    4. To examine the conditions of team effectiveness
    5. To develop the skills in diagnosing and taking more effective interpersonal and team actions

Who should attend?

Managers and Executives from all ranks and types of organisations

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Managerial Leadership And Team Effectiveness

As managers transition into leading and managing teams, it is important that they re-examine their styles of managing people and work in order to remain effective. This programme facilitates the process of questioning and realigning participant competencies to such career transitions.

Program Coverage:

  1. Understanding Self: Understanding one’s interpersonal styles and strengths and limitations of each style
  2. Understanding Team Dynamics and Improving Team Effectiveness: How teams develop and how people act in team situations
  3. Examining Issues in Leadership : Understanding the challenges before leaders, leadership styles, what works, and what is less effective
  4. Deconstructing Leadership: Using a leader’s biography to analyse the various facets of leadership and to draw lessons and learning from such an analysis.

Who should attend?

Middle and senior level managers in public & private organisations

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The Global Economy: Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity And Ambiguity (VUCA)

The objective of this program is to share some of the emerging issues of VUCA concerning the global economy and some techniques that are applied in analysing elements of VUCA

As national economies have become more integrated and inter-connected as a characteristic of globalization, the world economic systems have much more complex. One characterization of this complexity is the difficulty in making predictions In a deeply uncertain world. Another aspect of the complexity has been the volatile nature of financial capital flows and the financial market indicators encompassing equity bond, forex and commodities. It has often been observed in recent times that some economic problems can be analysed from alternative perspectives and make the solution space ambiguous. Illustratively, views of fiscal stimula versus austerity have differed grossly even among mainstream economic thinkers and policy makers.

Program Coverage:

  1. VUCA – Concepts of Variability, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity
  2. Introduction to measuring the extent of VUCA and its limitations
  3. VUCA in the Global Economy- Implications of Brexit, Mr. Trump and Possible Rise of New Nationalism.
  4. VUCA and Financial Markets
  5. VUCA and Country Risk
  6. VUCA in the context of BRICS countires
  7. Corporate Strategy in a VUCA world
  8. VUCA in the Indian Economy

Who should attend?

Senior Management

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Contract Management And Arbitration

The MDP Contract Management and Arbitration intends to provide the participants a comprehensive understanding on the legal isses in commercial transactions with specific focus on contractual issues and commercial dispute resolution. The Programme shall address different types and facets of contracts and the rights, obligations and implications on business operations. The course shall legal issues in contracts, contract with governments, breach of contract, special contract, tender and procurement, project finance contracts, legal issues involving infrastructure companies and cyber contracts. In addition, the dispute management techniques such as Adjudication, Arbitration Dispute Resolution the understanding of which are imperative for today’s managers, are discussed. Having a reasonable understanding of the contract law and dispute resolution methods, which are foundation to all legal transactions, will help the maagers/executives in designing the strategies for competitive advantage.

Program Coverage

General Principles Contract: Ingredients of a valid contract; Privity of contract, exceptions; Breach of Contracts; Remedies for Breach of Contracts; Measure of damages; Liquidated damages and penalty, Quasi Contracts; Government contracts; Special Contracts Case-laws

Contracts; Tender and Procurement: Legal issues in inviting tenders; Bidding and evaluation procedures; Relevance of evaluation criteria, public Procurement; Bidding process involving pre-qualification, Request for Proposals, Bid evaluation system, Bid negotiation, case-laws on tendering

Project Finance Contracts: various forms of project contracts; Ring fencing, high leverage, non-recourse finance; BOLT, BOT Projects; Receivable financing, Securitization; Benefits to investors, Loan Syndication, Off-take contracts, Take or Pay contracts; Long-term Sales Contract, Throughput contracts; Compensation for Additional Costs; Step-in Rights, Force Majeure, Termination; Ancillary Contracts, Construction Contracts; EPC/DPC Contracts; Infrastructure contracts

Cyber Contracts: Contracts in the information technology era; importance of E-Contracts; Digital Signatures and contract formation; Asymmetric key encryption, Digital signature certificates; Legal issues involved in control of private key.

Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution: Adjudication; Arbitration; Conciliation; Meditation; Lok Adalats; Arbitral Tribunals and Arbitral awards; Recourse against arbitral award; Enforcement of foreign awards; Investment Arbitration under BITS, ICSID, etc.

Who should attend?

Junior and Mid Level  Managers/Executives

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Pedagogy and Program Highlights:

  • All the Programs are designed with –
    • a mix of experience sharing
    • real life case discussions and solutions
    • Case study and solutions, besides lectures conducted in class
    • Lectures conducted in class
    • A thorough analysis of relevant Provisions of Law wherever applicable
  • Participants shall be provided with a copy of the training material
  • Participants shall be awarded a certificate of participation from Tax Connect Academy
  • All real life queries of participants shall be answered in the class

Faculty List

Timir Baran Chatterjee
Timir Baran Chatterjee

Prof.  Timir Baran Chatterjee  is a   First class B.Com (Hons) Graduate, 1st Class M. Com and a   Fellow Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, New Delhi.

 He is also a qualified  Cost Accountant and a member of the Institute of Cost  and Management Accountants of India.  

 He has done his MBA degree on International Business from Indian Institute of Foreign Trade ( IIFT)  and stood 4th in the Institute. IIFT is  a deemed Central University and the Research wing of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Government of India .

 He is  a member of the Indian Council of Arbitration, New Delhi and Institute of Internal Auditor (USA),

 Prof.  Chatterjee has also successfully completed 18 months course on VEDANTA  ( With GITA, UPANISHAD and BRAHMA SUTRA) from Ramkrishna Mission Institute of Culture, Goal Park, Kolkata.

 Prof.  Chatterjee   is a   Visiting  Faculty of Calcutta  University,  MDI, Murshidabad,  IISWBM, XLRI- Jamshedpur( Corporate Affairs and Taxation, Merger, Amalgamation and Takeover) , IIMC ( for taxation)    Indian Defence Academy,  Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Institute of Cost Accountants of India, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade ( for  Corporate and International Law)  and  Institute of Company Secretaries of India, CII, Assochem   for the subjects “International Tax, International Finance, Merger, Amalgamation, Company Reconstruction, “Indirect Taxation”, “Corporate Laws” and Direct Taxation .

 A member of the CII’s  Economic Affairs and Financial Sector Sub Committee ( Eastern Region) ,  Chairman  -Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s Indirect Tax Committee, Member- Corporate Affairs  Committee   Prof. Chatterjee’s major exposures are mainly in the areas of  Corporate Laws, Indirect  and  Direct Tax Management,  Fund Management,  Insurance and Risks Management.

Vivek Jalan
Vivek Jalan

Mr. Vivek Jalan is a Fellow Member of the Institute Of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) a qualified LL.B and a Certified Expert in Indirect Taxes in India. He has worked as a Finance Manager in ITC Ltd. and Chief Compliance Officer with IntraSoft Technologies Ltd.. Now, he is the Partner of Tax Connect Advisory Services LLP. He has more than 10 years of experience in the field of Indirect Taxation. He was also an All India Rank holder in CA Final Examination conducted by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India.He is a Member of The Indirect Tax Committee of The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry. He is also a visiting faculty for Indirect Taxes in The Bengal Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Institute Of Chartered Accountants of India and Institute of Cost Accountants of India. He is also the member of The CII- Economic Affairs & Taxation Committee.

His publications include the following –

  • A COMPENDIUM ON GST W.E.F. 1ST JULY 2017
  • COMMENTARY ON UNION BUDGET 2017
  • GST MODEL LAW (NOVEMBER 2016) & BUSINESS PROCESSES – A TECHNICAL COMMENTARY, etc
Anindita Chatterjee
Anindita ChatterjeeB.A. LL.B; Qualified Company Secretary

Anindita is a qualified Chartered Secretary and a lawyer with over 7 years of post qualification experience in Corporate Tax and Regulatory matters wherein she has been engaged in assisting clients to deal with the myriad challenges arising from a complex tax environment.

Anindita has experience of handling corporate tax, corporate law and allied regulatory projects. She has specialised knowledge in addressing specific tax issues relating to specific industries such as IT industry, service industry, manufacturing, among other specialized industries, developed through various cases and tax issues raised that is unique to the industry.

Anindita  has conducted high level tax risk assessment reviews, tax due diligence, corporate tax planning and specific tax reviews.  She has assisted various clients in litigation matters before various tax and regulatory authorities. She  has advised multinational companies on inbound investment in India and Bangladesh. She  has also advised global companies on smooth and tax efficient exit and repatriation strategies from the India and Bangladesh tax perspective.

A regular speaker in Emcons Buisness Academy addressing studies on various  tax matters and exchange control  policies.

Rupnarayan Bose
Rupnarayan Bose

Author, writer, specialist trainer, visiting faculty, seminar leader ,Course Coordinator and visiting faculty on ‘International Trade Operations and Documentation’ at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (Calcutta campus); on Exim Management at EDI, Calcutta. Visiting faculty and specialist trainer at programmes conducted by commercial banks, RBI, NIBM, management schools, chambers of commerce, trade bodies.
Specialist: ICC Rules on documentary credits, UCP 600, Incoterms 2010, URC 522, Guarantees (URDG), international trade risk management, exchange rate mechanism, marine insurance, documentation.Managing Director, TransAfrica Bank Ltd., Kampala, Uganda,Managing Director: Fina Bank Limited, Nairobi, Kenya,President & CEO: Mukand Global Finance, Bombay, India ….Rupnarayan Bose Profile

Dr. Debashis Mitra
Dr. Debashis Mitra
Chartered Accountant, Cost Accountant & a Company Secretary

Trainer on International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) & Presentation of Financial Statements as well as Corporate Laws for many Corporate & non-Corporate entities,Companies Act, 2013 & IND AS for Central/State PSUs, Comptroller & Auditor General of India (CAG) officials as well as other reputed companies,member of the Board of Governors of Assam Down Town University,Vice President of Association of Corporate Advisors & Executives (ACAE), Kolkata,member of Regional Direct Taxes Advisory Committee, Govt. of India and is also nominated as a member of Quality Review Board established by Govt. of India.   ….Debashis Mitra Profile

Dr. Mukul Mitra
Dr. Mukul MitraM.B.M., Ph.D, CAIIB, CPFA

Visiting faculty if IIEST – Shibpur , IISWBM , IIT ISM Dhanbad, Calcutta Business School,Globsyn Business School,Civil Services Study Centre, Administrative Training Institute, Govt. of West Bengal…Mukul Mitra Profile

Rupanjan Dey
Rupanjan DeyFCS, LL.M,M.A(ECO),EMLE

Trained the Executives and Manager-level personnel
of Power Grid Corporation of India Limited
at a residential training programme and workshop
on CSR and Sustainable Development, Training the supervisory level staff
of Power Grid Corporation of
India Ltd. at an HRD training programme
and workshop on CSR…..Rupanjana De Profile

Sanjay Bhattacharya
Sanjay BhattacharyaB.Sc.(with Honours in Chemistry), LL.B., FCA

Former Lecturer, S A Jaipuria College,Past President, Association of Corporate Advisers & Executives…..Sanjay Bhattachrya Profile

Suman Mukerjee
Suman MukerjeeMA(Delhi), Ph.D, FIMA

42 years of teaching and research experience in India & Abroad, which includes :
Delhi university Colleges, IIT (Delhi),St Xavier’s College, Calcutta, Director J D Birla college  and  all  Institutions  under  Sukriti Education Society, Director Calcutta  Business School(Autonomous) AICTE  approved B- School, Director General, The Bhwawanipur Education Society College, Kolkata, Member, State Advisory Board on Education, Government of West Bengal(since 2010),Member, Advisory Board, Chairman International Marketing and Business Community, Federation of Small and Medium Industries, West Bengal,Member, Economic Affairs & Environment, Subcommittees BCCI, Kolkata, Member, Board of Directors: Jardine Henderson Ltd. & East India Pharmaceutical Works Ltd, Member Economics & Finance & MSME committees, CII ER…..Suman Mukerjee Profile

U K Basu
U K BasuPh. D. (CU) and CAIIB

Teaching for more than 2 decades at IIMC, IIFT, ICAI, ICWAI, CU, JU, IGNOU, NITTTR, CMA, MTI- SAIL, IICM-Ranchi etc. on M&A, International Finance, Different Aspects of Commercial Banking, Risk Management & Financial Derivatives, Finance for Non-Finance etc, Delivered a number of lectures at the training colleges of SBI, UCO Bank, UBI., DGM (Indian Head) of Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi , Manager (Credit and Operations) State Bank of India Kolkata BranchCo-author of the book “Corporate Restructuring”, published by Tata McGraw-Hill.

….U K Basu Profile

Subrata Kumar RoyBA with Honours in English, Master of Law. (LLM)

Guest faculty in CAT affiliated MBA courses including IIM, Joka, RGIIM, Shillong, IIFT, Kolkata, on Business Law, Value, Ethics and  Corporate Governance,  Corporate Social Responsibility , Industrial Law, Compensation Management, etc. speaker in house seminars in and conferences of The Institute of Company  Secretaries of  India, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Institute of Directors, IIM, Kolkata,  on topics relating to legal and corporate interest including Corporate Governance and CSR…...Subrata Kumar Roy Profile

Arijit Chakraborty
Arijit Chakraborty FCA

Arijit Chakraborty  is a first class B.Com (H) from St Xavier’s College, Kolkata. . He is an FCA, holds an MBA in Finance ,  Diploma in Information Systems Audit ( DISA). He is also a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) from USA, and completed the Concurrent Audit of Banks PQC from  ICAI. Additionally, he completed the  Management & Leadership Program from Harvard .  Mr Chakraborty  also completed  Aviation Lead Auditor & Operational Safety Auditor Training…..Arijit Chakraborty Profile

A result- oriented professional with nearly 40 years of experience in Human Resource Management, Personnel management, Legal and General Administration. Currently serving as Management Consultant/ Advisor & associated with a few companies ( in HR/ IR/Admin/Legal) Served as visiting faculty(MBA-HR- 1st &2nd year, and BBA(H)-2nd year)  of GNIT & NIT)( JIS Group) since 2012 &  Chief Advisor( HR , Admin. & Legal) of J M Biotech (Pvt.) Ltd, Burdwan, Enquiry Officer of Bata India Ltd, Batanagar, CBS An out-of-the-box thinker committed towards the growth of people within the organisation. Skilled in handling large workforce, …..Soumendra Nath Lahiri Profile