Prof. Dr Priya Ranjan Trivedi (Chief Patron-IGCCIA)

Prof. Dr. Priya Ranjan Trivedi : World renowned environmental scientist, institution builder and management thinker and Chancellor of Indira Gandhi Technological And Medical Sciences University & The Global Open University, Nagaland Prof. P.R. Trivedi is world renowned environmental scientist, institution builder and management thinker. He has established more than 200 institutions all over world. He has helped government of many countries in the establishment of universities, colleges and schools for teaching and research of disaster mitigation and management, environment, human rights, peace studies, sustainable development, ecological tourism, rural as well urban entrepreneurship. Prof. Trivedi holds Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral qualifications in Engineering, Management, Human Rights and Environmental Laws. The three Encyclopaedias authored by him on Environment (30 Volumes), Disaster Management (20 Volumes) and Sustainable Development (50 Volumes) are used by all the important libraries of the world.

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Inauguration of Indo Global Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture (IGCCIA) at the hands of Chief Minister of Uttrakhand Hon. Vijayji Bahuguna.

IndoGlobal Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture was inaugurated at the hands of Hon. Vijayji Bahuguna, Chief Minister of Uttrakhand on 29th April, 2012 at Hotel Tuli Imperial, Nagpur. The major objective of Indo Global Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Agriculture is to promote Indian business, trade and economic relations. It promotes bilateral trade, investment and technology transfer, facilitates business collaborations, joint ventures, marketing tie-ups and strategic alliances through a set of proactive business-oriented initiatives. The Chamber is registered under Section 25 of the Companies Act. LATEST NEWS 2013-10-31 Chhattisgarh Congress chief killed to stop him from becoming CM: Rahul Chhattisgarh Congress chief killed to stop him from becoming CM: Rahul Making a strong emotional pitch over the Maoist ambush on Congress leaders in May, Rahul Gandhi on Friday said that former PCC chief Nand Kumar Patel was killed to stop him from becoming the chief minister and to silence the voice of the poor and the tribals here. 2013-11-08 CBI, Indian Mujahideen will contest next poll against me: Modi's dig at SP, BSP, Cong CBI, Indian Mujahideen will contest next poll against me: Modi's dig at SP, BSP, Cong Narendra Modi said that those in power had lost all hope of winning the next Lok Sabha polls, hence they were resorting to the politics of 'bomb, bullet and threat'. Addressing a rally in Bahraich, Uttar Pradesh, amid tight security, Modi said that in place of the trio - BSP, SP and Congress -, the CBI and the Indian Mujahideen will contest against him and the BJP. However, he added, this would not scare him. 2013-11-08

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