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The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers East India branch celebrated it’s 24th Annual day on 14th December 2019 at Hotel GRT Convention Centre, Chennai.
Posted on Monday, February 10, 2020
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS), East India branch
celebrated it's 24th Annual day on 14th
December 2019 at Hotel GRT Convention Centre, Chennai.
Hon. Chairman of the ICS East India Branch Mr. Ravee S.Tittei,
FICS welcomed the Chief Guest Hon'ble Mr. Justice M. Sundar, Judge,
Madras High Court and the branch members and their families besides
guests. Hon Chief Guest expressed his pleasant feelings to address
professionals of the Shipping Industry across South and East
India. Mr. Justice conveyed that the Panel Discussions were a
learning experience as a student of Law.
The chief guest gave away the convocation certificates and the
cash awards to the students who scored the highest marks at the
London/ICS. Professional qualifying examinations during the
last academic year 2018-19.
Hon. Secretary thanked the chief guest and the members and their
families for participating at the event to make it a success.
After the formal part of the Annual Day proceedings, fellowship
games, entertainment and dinner followed.
PANEL DISCUSSION ON 'Blue Economy and challenges
to overcome' and 'Recent changes in Private International Law in
context of Maritime Law'
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, East India Branch on the
occasion of its 24th Annual Day celebrations hosted the
Panel Discussions on 'Blue Economy and challenges to overcome' and
'Recent changes in Private International Law in context of Maritime
Law' on Saturday 14th December 2019 at the GRT
Convention Centre, Chennai.
The topics were aptly chosen to enlighten the shipping
fraternity, aspiring students and trade at large of the Domestic
and International emerging markets.
The Blue Economy panel session covering the Indian Ocean was
presented by Capt. Shyam Sundar I.N. Commanding Officer, INS Adyar,
while the International aspect was dealt by Capt. Gajanan
Karanjikar of SICAL, noted columnist on the subject.
The panel discussion was moderated by Capt. Venkat Padmanaban
FICS, Managing Director of Vasi Shipping, Singapore. Hon'ble
C.J.Mathew IRS, Hon. Member CESTAT Mumbai as session guest summed
up the panel discussion from the Administrative perspective.
For the second session Capt. Vivek Jain, Author, Legal and
Marine Consultant from Singapore, highlighted the recent changes in
Private International Law in context to Maritime Law, while
Mr. P.Giridharan well known Chennai Advocate discussed about the
domestic angle with reference to enforcement of foreign awards.
Hon'ble Justice M.Sundar, Judge of Madras High Court as the
Session Chair encouraged a healthy question and answer session
between the audience and panelist speakers.
To mark the annual day, a legal book authored by Dr. (Capt.)
Vivek Jain with the title, 'Insight into China through
Comparative Law Analysis of Invisible Factors and Contexts' was
also released by Hon'ble Justice M.Sundar.
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